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dígaind adj(neg. dí- and gand) not scanty, hence plentiful,
copious: dioghainn .i. neamhghann, O'Cl. fér digainn an
talman, CCath. 2529 . dochum ind ḟeoir díguind, Lat. Lives 61
( Trip. 472 ). for feor dighaind in fasaigh, Aen. 286 . a fholt
75dighoind, Ferm. 146a8 . red bharr ndíoghuinn . . . thick locks,
TD 2.20 . Raith Dúrlais is dígaind blad abounding in fame,
Hy Fiachr. 290 . pl. Eire na ndonn-bhrat ndioghuinn,
3 C 1 3, 959.2 . As subst.: do tógbhadh leo . . . díoghain gacha
deaghsheasga abundance of the best sedge, ML 74 . do dersc-
80naigedur . . . do feraib in betha i ndigaind (ndigaing, MS)
cacha eladna, Ériu viii 20 . In sense lavish (?): an t-enech . . .
díghuind derloicctech, Ériu iv 218 (cf. in glac d. ¤ , ib. 1.5 ).
Dense, compact (of forests, trees, multitudes, etc.): fíodhbhadh
. . . díoghainn daigherdha, ML 84 . doire dosach diogainn,
85 FM vi 1920 . doiredha dlúithe díghainne, Fianaig. 88 . na
doiredha dluithi digainni dergruadha do slegaibh, CCath.
5438 . crand remur . . . se diriuch digaind, LB 221a43 .
fuaratar crand ndigainn, Moling 34 . bile díghainn doislethan,
SG 68 . an dá eó dighainne, Celt. Rev. iv 22 . adais L. tine
ndigaind ndrithleannaig a big blazing fire, Lec. 420b24 . Of
5 waves: tógbhaid uisgeadha aigianta . . . 'na ndromannaibh
diana díoghainne doieadrána, TSh. 2073 . Of a host: cath . . .
dlúth díoghlach díoghain dense, CRR p. 82 . d'eirghiodar
'n-a ndruing ndíoghain, ib. Hence solid, firm, strong (of
constructions, buildings, etc.): o tuistin domain dighaind,
10 BB 36b12 . drumchla dígaind dilend in betha firm ridge midst
universal deluge
(`die feste First [die hervorragt aus] der Welt-
sündflut
', Thurn. RC vi 93 ), LL 230b8 . do shonnach a dhúin
díghainn, SG 121 . dúnaidh díoghainn, FM vi 2210 . fán
ngallráith ndaingin ndíghuinn, O'Gr. Cat. 502 . Cruacha,
15cathair cloindi Cuind, | isdad Meadba in mur-digaind, Lec.
353a10 . longa . . . leabhairdhíoghuinne, ML 46 . do na ruadh-
bhordaibh réidhe ro-dhíoghuinne, ib. mo radharc tar sāl
sínim | do clār na ndarach ndighainn `from the firm oaken
planks
' (of the boat), BCC § 201 . tresin nDeirg ndruimnig
20diogainn (of a shield), MR 152 . aiged Airt in airm diguind,
Lec. 364b43 . gach snáithe sligheadh . . . díorgha díoghuinne
(of a road), Ériu v 58 . ní dighainn mo gles gēr-oll my sharp-
pointed pen is not steady
(?), ZCP xiii 8 . Ailill in abra digaind
of steady (resolute) brow (?), Lec. 354a29 . ceimdighaind ` firm-
25stepping ', ZCP vi 285 . ro chinnsiot go céim-dioghainn, FM v
1670 . Of persons: Diarmait . . . an taoisech dioghain, FM iii
532 . ba drong dáthius droṅg ṅdígaind | dia mbói comfhlathius
for hErind, LL 21a16 . clanna . . . dedla díoghaini Dubhghuill
(`austere'), Rel. Celt. ii 260 . P. O'C. gives díogainn ` intent,
30 ardent . . . fierce, stern ', distinct from díoghainn ` plenteous,
copious ' (so Dinn., díogan , and O'R., díoghann ), but the
distinction does not seem to be supported by exx. Cf.
double sense of Eng. stout.

dígainde n iā, f. (dígaind) abundance; compactness, stoutness:
35 rofas in crand ir-remet ┐ i n-airde ┐ il-lethet ┐ i ndigainde
luxuriance of branch and foliage (?), LB 221b63 . fig. laoidh
chumainn 'n-ar nocht sí díoghainne a díoghraise do Mhaon
`the vehemence of her affection for M.', Keat. ii 2561 . Attrib.
g s. tuir dhíoghuinne dheaghchumdaigh . . . do clochaibh
40troma, ZCP ii 361 .

dígaindecht n ā,f. (dígaind) abundance, stoutness: ba hingantach
ailgine in croind meit ┐ truma ┐ d. ¤ in blāith bulid luxuri-
ance (?), LB 221b65 . re tul-buirbe na Tuaiscertach ┐ re
digainndechta (sic) a duthchasa, MR 258 . a dualgus dígain-
45dechta `as the price of indemnification', Ériu i 126.20 .

dígáir adj(: gáir, RC vii 296 ; : áig, SG 65.11 ; : prímḟáidh, IGT
Decl. ex. 239 ) vehement, impetuous, intense: nárap dígair
duairc, LL 306a1 ( SG 383 ). echlach . . . dona digair duilig,
YBL 177a11 = BB 257c6 . sluaig d. ¤ na ndemna, FA § 30
50LU = sloig digaire, LB. munter díscir d. ¤ , RC vii 296 . na
dobhar-linnte diana . . . díoghaire, ML 46 . comrac dighair,
CF 483 . ruac (= ruag) dígáir, SG 65 . sibal digair (opp. to
sibal mall), ITS xiv 128 . as dígair tra salach ra bhás 'san
taigh sin very foul indeed were the proceedings in that house,
55 TFrag. 24 . Adv. do eachlaisc co díghair iat, SG 25 . romaid
roen ar Gallaib . . . co digair, Cog. 190 . rocomhghairset
dhóibh go dighair dasachdoch, Hugh Roe 170 . lottar co dian
┐ co dighair, Moling 66 . ag tobairt in chatha co d. ¤ , RC xix 366 .

dígairde n(gairte) great shortness: ni hon diisli ni hon dihairde
60ni hon digairde, O'C. 228 ( H. 3.18 123 ).

? dígaire n[io,n.] crying out; imploring (?): ac digairi ┐ ag atach
luchta na luingi, Aen. 1234 . See díucrae.

dígáire n iā, f. (dígáir) vehemence, impetuosity, hurry: sóifid d. ¤
┐ rosire i mmenmain gach dune (` undutifulness ', Stokes, as if
65= dí- + gaire, goire piety, but meaning seems rather im-
petuosity, precipitation
), RC xxvi 42 ( Imac. in dá Suad 222 ).
ar a ndíghaire ┐ ar a mburba, SG 36 . déine ┐ dígaire in
torainn tennretha, 262 . ara dēiniu ┐ ar a dighaire roinn-
saighset an cath, CCath. 5715 . la a déine ┐ la a dhioghaire
70rochingset, FM v 1358 . la a dhéine ┐ la a dh. ¤ robáttar Goill
ina ndeadhaidh, vi 1978 . ? Attrib. g s.: fer dian dighaire |
triath na tromdaimhe, Rel. Celt. i 125 .

dígáirecht n= dígáire: gurb é Conall táinic . . . in dígháirecht
sin, Comp. Con Cul. 121.24 .

75 dígáirse n iā, f. (dígáir) impetuosity, hurry, precipitation, promptness,
zeal: ferr luathi digairsi (= festina lente), LL 345c55
( Thurn. Zu Ir. Hs. 15 ). nocha dénmais dighairse | ac tairimdhecht
an glinne, Acall. 940 . airchissecht co nd. ¤ promptness,
zeal
, ZCP iii 26 (co ndigairsi, Ériu vii 154 ). Perh. also in the
80follg.: cuirfid Banba a brón d. ¤ dia inorba in ruire, SG 254 =
bron digairsi dia mba in orba in ruiri, YBL 181a13 (a pro-
phecy). ba cride dracon conderaig (.i. ro oirc) digairsi (.i.
trocha), H. 3.18, p. 720 . rosephaid Conall iar Cormac comai-
techt conderaig a daltae digairsi mór gein (Nuallguba
85Emire), LL 123b30 .

Digais n.pr. i, f. ba sí D. ¤ diupartach, Met. Dinds. iii 88
(= D. ¤ Dibartach ingen Etarbaidh, Dinds. 25 , RC xv 325 ).
gen. derbchland Digsa , Met. Dinds. iii 90 . for Sléib Digasa,
RC xv 325 . Cf. dígas.