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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 .

díchúisech adj(cúis) illogical, unreasonable (?): go mbiadh Dia
chomh díothchúiseach sin go n-aigeoradh in a choir bháis ar
5dhuine briathar dhiomhaoin do rádh that God would be so
unreasonable (?) as to count it a deadly sin to a man to have
spoken an idle word
, Eochairsg. 116 .

díchuma n(cuma) great sorrow: dichuma na Saxanach im G.,
ZCP vi 85 , RC x 189 . See díchma.

10 díchumaic, díchumaing adjPerh. contamination of neg. dí-
with cumang (cumac) power and intens. dí- with cumang ( ¤ ac)
narrow, but it is difficult to distinguish between the two
meanings.
I Impotent, incapable: is cōir daig-impigi (= impide) duit.
15ar nidad dichumaing thou art not without power, Anecd. i 11 .
ni sáis dáine . . . díchumaing, LU 3472 ( SC 25 ). isé m'athair
A. romfāidh a[d] dochum do chuindgid na hitche sin, ar ni
fuil do[d?] dicumung it is not beyond thy power, Aen. 1257 .
co dichumhuing up to (i.e. excluding) what is impossible,
20 ZCP xiv 378 § 41 ( Laws ii 300 ). ? doronad Condlae dicho-
macsiu. Luid Condlae do haccaine a dochraite impotent
(castratus est?), ZCP viii 316 . Difficult, impossible: is deccair,
is dichumung, LL 192b53 . is dicumuic doib n-aill act tasca
`they can do naught else save give notice', Laws ii 60 Comm.
25 gur bo dichumaing dona deg-laechaib urathcur ┐ urgabail a
n-anāla it was hard . . . to breathe, MR 256 . gér bhó díchum-
haing doibh toidheacht inellmha la haidhble a ccreach,
FM vi 1962 .
II Intolerable, distressful . (a) golgaire dichumaic, LB
30 155b27 (= dicumaing, Ferm. 47rb ). éngáir golgáire dichumci,
156a5 . im na deacraibh dicuimhgibh, FM v 1356 . (b) co
n-iachtad ndíchumaing, PH 8306 . co cualaidh in golgaire
ndichumhaing, ZCP x 414 . ro lā daoire dhíchumhaing forra-
somh, FM v 1698 . i treablait dichumaing ` oppressive sick-
35ness ', i 492 . dogniat nuallguba ndofulachta ndichumaing,
PH 8314 . seacht mbliadhna dona daidhbhre díchumanga,
ML 6 . i n-imut bróin . . . ┐ troimthres ndichumhaing, Lism.
L. 3640 .

díchumang n o,m. (cf. prec.) strait, difficulty, distress: cabair
40mē don d. ¤ -sa, BColm. 62 . isim comraithnech-sa fri cach
n-imnedh ┐ d. ¤ , SG 403 . atát slóig dímóra i ndichumung,
FA § 24 (LU = i ndíchumang, Eg.). nach ortha[r] nech i
ndicumung no one should be oppressed in an impossible case,
ZCP xiv 392 § 61 ( Laws ii 338 ). robhattar na Goill a nd. ¤ ag
45Gaoidhealaibh `were hard pressed by the Irish', FM vi 2280 .
og imirt diocumaing forra driving them to straits, TFrag.
190 .

díchumce n iā, f. (díchumaic) powerlessness, inability: a ndí-
chumci longthi, Aisl. MC 75 .

50 díchumgach adj o,ā (díchumce) impotent, helpless: deiblén ┐ d. ¤ ,
SG 27 .

díchummais xsee díchomais.

díchumscaigthe adj(cumscugud) immovable: as daingen dicum-
scaighthe ata etergleod in mōr-cat[h]a, CCath. 4068 .

55 ? dichur: ind nimragba naither dichuind na dorb d. ¤ , IT iii 53.20 =
dorb durglass, Misc. Hib. 20.2 .

dicionáilech adj= decennovalis: ar son an cicail darab ainm
ciclus dicionáileach, O'Gr. Cat. 290.26 .

diclass xsee díglas.

60 Dicnait n.pr. f., LL 350 marg. inf.

di-coissin xsee do-coissin.

dícsigidir xsee dígsigidir.

dictatóir n m. (Lat. loan-word) dictator: gl. dictator, Sg. 54b10 .
CCath. 79 . g s. ceim consail ┐ ceim Dictatóir , 71 . g p. aisneis
65. . . a consol 's a ndictator , Lec. 80a8 . imat a consal . . . ┐ a
ndictodoire, Trip. xxviii .

dictatóirecht n ā,f. (dictatóir) dictatorship: issí in dictatoirecht
éncéim ba huaisle búi occo, CCath. 94 . forcenn dictatoirechta
Césair, 210 . ceim dictatorachta, 1508 . ceim dictatoracht,
70 71 (v.l.).

did n teat: ba d. ¤ do bochtaib (.i. immi biad), LU 967 (ACC).
cóir roinn a glaice grádha | . . . | Cúip-hioda . . . | re dioda
céadna ó gConoill against the breast of (?), DDána 78.9 . Cf.
Didnat.

75 ? dídail n(dí + 2 dál?) is didail .i. di fo diulta[dh], nach urusa
dail ime, O'C. 427 (H. 3,18, 232b). in gas fine cen d. ¤ | do
rígaib massaib Marggae `without reproach ', Thes. ii 295 ( SP
v 12 ). co n-écsem cen d. ¤ do gnímaib síl Eogain `without
detriment ', Arch. Hib. ii 54 ( LL 182a24 ) (without disparage-
80ment, extenuation ?).

dídaingen adj(daingen) very firm or strong: is daidh didaingen |
in duine mór, BB 293b34 ( IT iii 94 ). is dímór didaṅgen bar
ṅdénta vast and firm are your buildings, LL 239a6 ( TTr. 1641 ).

Didal n.pr. m. h. Didail , BB 125a33 .

85 didan adj remnant (?): beir d. ¤ do sluaig do muir `carry the remnant
of thy host to the sea
', Fianaig. 36 . Cf. 1 díden?