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85 díchsnugud n m. (vn. of díchsnigidir) existence: biddixnugud
fírinne `eternal existence of truth', Wb. 14c31 . findamar uait
do ainm ┐ do thothacht ┐ do dixnugud `thy appearance ',
Ériu ii 102 .

Díchú n.pr. m., Ardm. 2b2 ( Thes. ii 259 ). D. ¤ mac Trechim,
Trip. 450 . D. ¤ ic Sabull, LL 349c23 . Diochu o Sabhall, Mart.
5Don. Apr. 29 . a d s. du Dichoin , Ardm. 2b2 ( Thes. ii 259 ). for
Dichuin, Trip. 36 . g s. muccaid Dichon , ib. mac nDichon,
LL 205a2 . h. Dichon, Rawl. 141b40 .

díchubus n(cubus) mulct, penance-fine (?), (excessive charge?):
atait secht cella . . . na dlegad dire na dicubus, Laws v 118
10(.i. adhbol tochus pinde `excessive wealth of penance', p. 120 ).
? ro dilsigedh la dubri dícubus .i. in ro pa d. ¤ ni relcsiat isin
cain so, O'C. 2021 ( H. 4. 22 48 ).

díchuibsech adj(cuibsech) unconscientious, unscrupulous: fear
santach d. ¤ , LL 304a9 = Lism. L. p. 307 , RC xiii 86 . daes-
15corsluag d. ¤ in domain dein, Lec. 345a43 .

díchuid adj(cuit) petty, inconsiderable: diochuid .i. beag, O'Cl.
sesga damh donn nocho dichaid `not a small number', BB
269b19 ( BR 46 ). Crom-díthruib ar domnan | nír d. ¤ (.i. nir
bhecc) act degmór, Gorm. May 20 . nír dichait esbaid muintire
20Cesair, CCath. 3756 .

Díchuil n.loc.: i nDichuil , Trip. 122 .

Díchuill n.pr. i, m. apparently same name as Dícholl ( BB
117b17 , gen. Dicholla, ib. 27 ) and Diucaill (with which it is
equated Rawl. 141b48 = BB 113a18 ; cf. Mocuille m. Dicuille ,
25 BB 221b49 . Mocuili mac Díucuill , 232b6 ).
(a) Dicuill ind Ernaidi (sic leg.), Trip. 248 . Dicuill, RC xxv
398 . Dicuill, BB 113a36 , 121b23 . Diccuill, AU 700 . Dichuill,
631 . BB 113a17 . Dícholl, BB 117b17 . Mart. Don. Nov. 1 .
Dicull, BB 167a16 . Dicull mac Eachach rí ceneoil Cruithne,
30 RC xvii 180 (Tig.).
(b) Diucaill, BB 113a11 ; 125a11 . LL 317c52 . Rawl. 93b21 ,
141b43 . Diucall, Lec. 160c20 . Diucuill, 436a13 . Ducaill,
106e7 . Diucoll, Gorm. May 1 , Nov. 21 = Diucholl, Mart.
Don. gen. (a) Dicollo, Trip. 248 . LL 315b8 . Lec. 202a34 .
35 Dicolla, AU 681 . Rawl. 124b29 . BB 90b37 . Dicholla, AU
751 , 797 . BB 117b27 . LL 387b24 . Diculla, BB 114e50 . Lec.
297c8 . Dicuille, BB 221b49 . Dicuill, Trip. 78 . Dichuill, BB
113a18 . Rawl. 141b48 . (b) Diucolla, Lec. 211a45 . Diuculla,
411b26 . Diucaill, Rawl. 141b48 . Diucuill, BB 232b6 .

40 díchuimne n f. (cuimne) forgetfulness, oblivion: trí adcoillet gáis:
anfis, doas, d. ¤ , Triads 245 . nertadh rudhartha reib dicuimne
periods of forgetfulness (?), O'C. 2461 ( Eg. 88, 37 (38)b ) = reib
dicoimnig, 2459 (ib.). Áth L.F. cid diatá | cid nach sluinni
nach sencha? | císsi dichumni roddall? LL 163b25 . go mbíadh
45diochuimne agad ar thuile do mhaithesa, Parrth. Anma 346 .
nā digsitís ar dermat no dichumni úad `lest he should forget
them
', TBC 2123 . an drong . . . do-bheir i ndearmad ┐ i
ndíochuimhne a gcríoch dhéidheanach, TSh. 224 . turnamh
dóthchais díth muirne | muirn do chor a ndíchuimhne `to
50forget one's good spirits
', Ériu iv 183 . ar daigh dermait ┐
dichuimhne, Acall. 299 .

díchuimnech xsee under díchuimne.

díchuimsech xsee díchoimsech.

díchuind adj(cond) senseless, foolish: is dasachtac[h], is dicell, is
55dicuinn, CCath. 5412 . ba dichuinn dōibhsiomh dol imescc
a nāmhat, Hugh Roe 252 . nim ragba naither (= nathir) d. ¤
. . . na dóer d. ¤ , IT iii 53 (LL) = nathir dichonn . . . doer
dichunn, 54 (BB). ar cendgalur ndichuind against violent
trouble of the head
(?), 24 B 3, 66.15 .

60 díchuirid v(also díchraid) (díchor) banishes, expels, ejects, dis-
pels: diocuir drive, Eg. Gl. 250 . dicurid pudar na talman da
bur cosaib (= excutite pulverem), 3 B 22, 23b17 . díchuirid
[Conall] na díberg[a] . . . ó Brudin sechtair, BDD 149 . nach
duine co n-ainimh nó co ngalar . . . dicuiridh a shoethu dhe,
65 Ériu ii 116 . dicuiridh bron ┐ dubachus o neach dispels,
23 Q 5, 49.9 . ibther deoch . . . ┐ dichraidh an fiabrus uait,
C iv 2, 18a20 . díbrid ┐ díochuirid an anam as a hionadh,
TSh. 1082 . dogebha neamh acht co ndichuirea Luirig do
neart ata for in neclais provided thou dislodge L. from the
70power he has over the church
, Todd Nenn. 182 . dichuiream
Adam a Parrdus `let us drive A. from paradise', Lec. 530b22 .
ingen . . . do dhícurfedh uadh cuma Derdrindi `who would
make him forget his sorrow for D.
', BB 257b1 . annsa cnoc . . .
do dīchrus na demhna I cast out, ZCP xii 388 . ro-indarb
75A. in Forand sin ┐ rodichair san Eithioip, BB 19a6 . rodíchuir
. . . in n-arracht, Im. Brain ii 303 . do díchair na sluaig
scattered, Celt. Rev. iv 14 . mar do dhíochuir C. ar gcáirdeas
rejected, ML 118 . gur dhíochuir an Tighearna iad, Jer. xlvi 15 .
rasdicuirseat Gaedil tar muir, Todd Nenn. 52 . do dichuirsead
80Muimnich they dispersed the Munstermen, RC xvi 137 . do
dhicuirsiod Conaire . . . a Mumhain amach, ML 8 . do dhíoth-
chuireadar iad fa ioltuathaibh na talmhan, Gadelica 37 . is
triasin scribtuir noib díchuirther irse ond eclais, Ms. Mat. 613 .
cen co dithcuirther though he is not dismissed, Laws i 294
85Comm. min dicuirte Mocuda had not M. been banished,
BNnÉ 303 . is tre imarbus rodicuridh hí a Tír Tairngaire
Ériu iii 162 . ge thainig creideamh a n-Erinn, ní ro dichuirthea
na dāna sin, BB 35a30 .