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dídnad u,m. vn. of do-dona, g s. didanta, Ériu ii 136 . Otia i
115 . comforting, consoling, refreshing; consolation, refresh-
75ment (= Lat. consolari, Wb. 1b1 , consolatio, 14b15 , Ml. 126c16 ).
Absol. or folld. by obj. gen. or DO: méit donindnagar fornni
fochith, issí méit insin donindnagar in díthnad, Wb. 14b15 .
mór nd. ¤ a great solace, Fél. June 8 . fail ann cen toirsi d. ¤
(: díbad), SR 481 . ba sé mo d. ¤ Uarán, Trip. 106 . is i fescur
80cach la cēin dlegar d. ¤ dōib they are entitled to refection, ZCP
xiii 29 . didnag cach galair, Laws v 490 . do glanad ┐ d. ¤
anmand inna fíren, FA § 16 . do d. ¤ a bróin, ZCP ix 192 . fáilte
demin dom d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 466 . rofóid Dia dia d. ¤ (dignadh,
v.l.) de | énlaith fírglan anglide, 378 . mar dúatar na mucca
85mess . . . luidset . . . cosin loch dia lán-d. ¤ (: sír-blad), 404 .
diar nd. ¤ i nduilgib, Gorm. Aug. 1 . fri d. ¤ suth, SR 7283 . robet
ocom d. ¤ (: rígrad), Fél. Ep. 299 . dia mbeth agum in comarba
sin dot eis-[s]iu agum didhnudh, Aen. 810 . tobar . . . co
mboltnugud do dighnad anmann, Snedg. u. MacR. 37 . With
follg. DO: d. ¤ damsa foirbthetu hirisse dúibsi, Wb. 1b1 .
5 nocho d. ¤ dam, Ériu vii 6 . is d. ¤ do chredlaib, Fél. Ep. 191 .
ropad d. ¤ dom anmain, TFerbe 668 . bud d. ¤ dit ḟeirg it will be
a vent to they wrath
([coi]scfidh sin t'feircc, St.), TBC 6018 .
d. ¤ do truagaib, Laws iii 18 . Rarely with subj. gen.: didhnad
carat a friend's comforting, Ériu ii 136 . fēili apstal is martīr
10ir-rē chorgais mōir, | a nd. ¤ i ndomnaigib ata nessam doib
(= during Lent enjoy the comfort afforded by the festivals . . .
on the Sundays following them
? d. ¤ being used here, as often, of
the extra fare allowed on feast-days), ZCP xiii 28 . g s. cumsanad
didanta a pause for consolation, Ériu ii 136 . il-luc
15didanta, Otia i 115 . g p. immud didnad , LL 123a21 . Hence
dignad .i. sasa[d] nó mian, O'Dav. 718 , cf. ib. 623 . diodhnadh
.i. sásadh, O'Cl. (in restricted sense of supplying physical
wants).

Didnad n.pr. u and o,m.: Ditnat m. Gentine, BB 155a5 . gen.
20 m. Didnada , Lec. 226b4 . Locan Dithnada , AU 603 = L.
Diolmana , ib. FM 600 . Oe (= Húi) Didnaid , Laud 610, 776.2 .
Cf. Rawl. 163a18 : la Locan didna dinnim.

Didnadán n.pr. o,m. Didnathan, BB 144e52 ; Lec. 234d26 .
gen. h. Didnadain , Rawl. 125a30 . m. Didnadain , Lec. 225a41 ;
25 h. Didhnadhain , LL 392d7 ; m. Dignatain , BB 88d53 .

Didnat (did?) n.pr. ā, f. D. ¤ ingen Mechair, LL 372d14 .

dídnigtheóir n(dítiu) protector , Desid. 3784 etc.

Didol n.pr. o,m. gen. Didoil, Dinds. 91 ( RC xvi 41 . )

dídomuin adj(domain) very deep: dein .i. tipra .i. didomuin .i.
30adhbul a doimne, O'C. 99 (H. 3,18, 68).

Didracht n.pr. m. ingen Buise mic Didracht , YBL 135b42
( Ériu viii 157 ).

? didraid: ind d. ¤ cach dimda, Arch. iii 228 .

dídruim ind ridgeless (name of a species of Ogham in which the
35letters do not meet the druim or central angle), Auraic. 6061 .

dídse xsee 1 dísle.

? didu: ind didu graece dodis fortis , O'Mulc. 344 .

1 díe xsee 3 día.

2 díe xsee 4 día.

40 ? dieblid: ind Eochaid art aracridetar coig (.i. run) don rodoman
dieblid do fianna, LL 393a53 (a rosc).

diechtaid n i,m. (= diachtaid < do-fich) avenger: gl. vindex,
Ml. 83c2 .

díerrethe (neg. dí- and errethi verbal of necess. of as-ren)
45 that cannot be paid: díre .i. dierrithe do nemt[h]ib ar a
n-uaisligetaid it cannot be paid by (i.e. exacted from) dig-
nitaries
, Corm. p. 15 s.v. díre = dierrethe, Corm. Y 417 . See
errethe.

diet n f. (Med. Lat. dieta) diet, régime; dieting: dieta tenuis .i. in
50diet sheim, 23 F 19, 6 va58 . an diet remar, 24 P 3, 70.z
tabair died fuar, 23 P 10, 36a17 . antan leigis in liaigh an
easláinti maille diet, 45b10 . mad óg an t-othur toburtur 'na
dieit don banaltraind let his diet be entrusted to the nurse, 85.19 .
pl. dleghthur na dieta d'examhlughadh, 24 P 3, 230.15 .
55 neach . . . do slanugad le diedaibh dlestinacha, 23 P 10,
33b42 .

díétaig adj(étach) without clothing, naked: dáine dodelba . . . ┐ iat
d. ¤ immesium ┐ eisium d. ¤ feisin, SG 410.13 .

díetarscartha(ch) adj(etarscarad) inseparable: dietarscarthach
60[cetmuintir dlighthech fria ceile] iar comrac ┐ comlebaid,
O'C. 2464 ( Eg. 88, 37 (38)d ) = dietarscart[h]a, O'Don. 2232
(Nero A vii, 155a).

díétgud n[u,m.] (étgud) undressing, taking off one's clothes: co
rotaiselb iarna dietgudh doib, Dinds. 6 ( RC xv 296 ), cf. LL
65 393b10 , BB 355b51 . lack of clothing: conar bho sodhaing a
siobhal las an doinind ┐ las an diéttghadh, Hugh Roe 20 .

dietugud n(diet) act of dieting: o taid 4 haimsera ag gach galur
o ttērnuigthir ┐ bú haithne do a ndietughadh ┐ a leigius,
3 C 19, 260vb35 .

70 díḟaesaim n(fáessam): fer d. ¤ `a man without support ' (one in-
capable of giving a guarantee), Laws i 84.29 . ar as dioḟao-
samh do dochraidib ndíre, Ériu iii 47.7 .

díḟaisnéisi xsee dí-aisnéisi.

díḟásaig ind(1 fásach) without precedent: diaruid (-aig) cach
75difasuid, ar id fasuide bearda breth, O'Don. 2214 (Nero A
vii, 147b).

difir xsee deithbir.

díḟisse n(1 fis) in etymol. expl. of name Déisi: ara ndiḟisse
` great celebrity ', Y Cymmr. xiv 134.13 (Expuls. of the Déisi).

80 Difne n.pr. mad Cu D. ¤ de lith lerg, LL 7360 .

díḟodlai adj(fodail) inseparable (?): a cin for aide . . . ar is difodhlai
in t-altrumu (i.e. the foster-father is responsible for the guilt
of the foster-child, for fosterage does not admit of a dis-
tinction being made between them), Laws ii 176.24 (Comm.) .

85 díḟoglaigthe adj(foglaigid) impregnable: tor daingin difogluighti,
ZCP vi 283 . cathair dighfoghlaigti, 64 . is difoglaige in ime
seo ar cethra, O'Don. 2175 ( Rawl. B 487, 65d ) = dithfogail,
Laws iv 112.16 . fri duile difoglaigthi, O'C. 2239 ( Eg. 88,
17 (18)c ).