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díglaim n f. IGT Decl. § 42 p. 96 , Verbs § 107 . g s. díglama, a p.
dīglaime, Laws i 240 . Vn. of do-gleinn. a gathering, collecting,
65 gleaning; what is gleaned or collected: dighluim nó tinól, O'Dav.
616 . dioghluim gleanings, Eg. Gl. 239 . sluindfet dūib dagaisti
in dāna | bid diglaim ratha do caich, LL 38a19 (= Thurn.
Zu Ir. Hdschr. p. 74 ). suidig [anmain Adaim] fo d. ¤ cen greis |
isin tres rígrainn Párduis, SR 2203 . díghlaim corcra ar a
70cairrcibh a crimson crop, Acall. 346 . an tu bhias ag buain
a hair | i n-uair a dias do dhíoglaim? in the hour of gathering
the ripe corn
, O'Gr. Cat. 442 . an bocht bhíos go docht ag
díoghlaim `that hardly wins his store', 594 . tre Gort Luirc . . .
tiocfa Séasair clann Cholla | barr do dhéasaibh díoghloma,
75 TD xxiv 140 . cnuasach glan déas ndíoghloma, Studies 1919,
438.3 . baoghal deasga a dhíoghluma `the dregs of its contents
are dangerous
' (of the world), A. Ó'Dálaigh xl 1 . dioghluim
gach molta Muire M. is the summing up of all praise, xi 11 . ní
fhúigfid caora dioghloma gleaning grapes, Jer. xlix 9 . caora
80díoghluim, Isa. xvii 6 . ag dioghluim déus a ndiaigh na
mbuanaigh, Ruth ii 3 . is mó do mhála ná do dhioghluim thy
wallet is bigger than thy store
, GJ iii 66 .
A group, collection or set (of things or persons): d. ¤ sēt ┐ d. ¤
ndāine, Laws i 212 , 238 . is e is d. ¤ ndāine and, athair ┐ mac ┐
85ua ┐ brathair ┐ ben, 214 . ceithri brāthair a māthar | ropo
dighlaim deghbrāthar, Anecd. ii 35 .
A compilation, collection (in literary sense): dioghlaim
bheag d' soclaibh cruaidhe, RC iv 351 (pref. to O'Cl. Gloss.).
ag so in sgél nach sgél niomruill | diogluim sgél is do dhelbaim,
O'Gr. Cat. 400 . d. ¤ fiorglan do deanamh uirre (sc. ar an
5ealadhain), Ms. Mat. 575 .
A catalogue, enumeration, description of items: duine-
díglaim (= signalement) .i. d. ¤ delba in duine, amail rogab:
dá brae duba, folt buide, ┐ rl. IT iii 30 . Fig. gathering up,
disposing of, making a sweep of (in hostile sense): tucsat for
10dígluim na ndég-loech ┐ for trascrad na trenfer, LB 124b22
= YBL 295a7 . pa dighlaim dergtheinedh do neoch roortatar
. . . Dighlaim dergthened dano: áit a lēcar foidhnuidhe ní
gnāth dí ní d'fácbhail dia hēsi, Anecd. ii 59 .

díglaimid v(díglaim) gleans, gathers together: anuair chruin-
15neochas tú grápaidh th'fíneamhna, ná díoghluim na dhiaigh
sin, Deut. xxiv 21 . dioghluimfid siad fuigheall Israel mar
fhíneamhuin, Jerem. vi 9 . Compiles: a mesg na leabhar
ndiadha do dioghlomadh leo, Luc. Fid. 282 . Part. diosgān
dioghlomtha as na priomhughdaruibh, ib. title . See do-gleinn.

20 ? díglas: ind Eb[er] dond diglass dichetal rogæth, IT iii 35 - 36
(LL) = digbhas, BB = Éiriu ard diglas, L. = Ere ard diclass,
Leb. Gab. 258 (with gl.: Ere diglus .i. disolus .i. ata i ndoirci,
as di cantar an taircetal so).

1 dígle: ind bar ndelb ropo delb d. ¤ `eine glänzende (?) Gestalt',
25 TFerbe 597 . Cf. díghle very pure, immaculate (glé), O'R. ,
P O'C. ?

? 2 dígle: n bric dearga gan díghle teasbach, | táinte ag loighe
a leapthaibh tonn clearing away, i.e. alleviation (? description
of a sultry day), Bk. of O'Conor Don 127b . Cf. dígléod and
30 do-glé.

dígléod vn. of do-glé. dígládh, -ódh, -údh, IGT Verbs § 64 .
a settling, clearing up: dígleodh to settle, O'Don. Suppl. cinnus
nobhiadh digleodh in cat[h]a mōir how the great battle would be
decided
, CCath. 3895 . co d. ¤ a nairecht, O'Don. 1693 ( H. 3.18
35 31a ) = O'C. 1438 (ib. 642a). occ díglodh in tighe iar ccaer-
chaibh `cleansing the house after sheep' (?), BNnÉ 325 . an lá
anoir ag díglódh dó (: mínglór) dawning (?), IGT Verbs ex. 528 .

dígmaig xsee díchmaig.

1 digna ind .i. sasadh, O'Dav. 632 . diognadh, P.O'C.

40 2 digna: ind dighna .i. croch, ut est: a fuine a nd. ¤ ┐ a cur for lanna
teinntigi, Ériu xiii 76 § 211 = O'Dav. 623 , `let it be roasted on
a hook
', Hermathena xlvi 3 .

? dignach: ind ind Eamain adlond idnach | d. ¤ na ndagdrong nem-
nech, Lec. 584a15 .

45 dígna(e) n[io, n. ?] Expld. by glossators as dí + gné. reproach,
contempt: dioghna .i. di-ghne .i. droichgné, O'Cl. .i. tarcais-
neach, ib. digna .i. dimecnaith nó dognai, Lec. Gl. 117 .
dighnae .i. dimicin . . . .i. drochgne nō tār nō trogh, O'Dav.
642 . dighna diar ce[i]rd dofiusca ar fe[i]rg contempt for our
50craft rouses our anger
, Arch. iii 297 . is ē triar fil fri dígail:
dighna duaine, feolda fichdha teora ingne gribhdai gruaide
reproach in a poem, poetical satire, ib. Aeda nad airdlig dígna
(: lígda) who deserves not reproach, SP v 7 = Thes. ii 295 .
decheng ná dlig . . . dígnae, Fél. Mar. 7 . nóeb ná dámair d. ¤ ,
55 Feb. 9 . atcota drúis d. ¤ lechery entails disgrace, Anecd. iii 10 .
ní chualamair díghna díbh, IGT Decl. ex. 262 . cain clí cen d. ¤
(: rígda), SR 7695 . Ualerius cen dígnae, Fél. Jan. 22 . Cf.
Feb. 10 , Sept. 18 , Nov. 4 . anais and a chland cen digna,
Todd Nenn. 236 . cen nach ndíghna, Anecd. i 64 . imscarad
60athcuir . . . nā bī ar dignu `when there is no contempt intended',
Laws ii 318 (.i. nocun ar dimiadaide, ib. 320 ). dom digne,
Rawl. 82b19 . cen chuit ndígnai, Fél. July 29 . cen dolb
dígnai, Anecd. i 60 . ?d p. Maini na miad ní da dignib (ding-
naib, Lec.) | do Niall ri rignaig in raith, LL 139a35 . As adj.
65(prob. g s.): cona dubshlúag dígnai evil-looking, grim (?), Fél.
Prol. 254 . torcc trom dígna, SG 61 .
As vn. bai F. for loingius iarna digna (.i. sarugadh), O'C. 112
( H. 3.18 71c ). dia ainmed, dia digna, 254 (148). iar ndigna óir
┐ ech after spurning gold and steeds, LL 149a35 .

70 dígnais, -as adj(gnás ?) Perh. unfamiliar, rare: dígnas .i. ní
ingnas é, O'Mulc. 313 . a ṡenláich, dígnas etir ocbadu not
wont to be among youths
, Fianaig. 26 .

dígním n u,m. (gním) evil deed, misdeed. g p. d'ḟáidiud dígal is
d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 2 .

75 dignit n(Engl. or Rom. loan-word). Also dignite f. dignity,
rank: a dhighnit ┐ a ghairm, TSh. 1377 . dignit ┐ comhacht na
hEagluise, Eochairsg. 6 . ar dhighnit na sagartachta, 64 .
dísbeag a ndígnit, Ó Bruad. i 156 . airdi ┐ dignidi na naom ┐
na n-aingel, Aisl. Tund. 116 . is mór an dínite fuair an duine
80ar na cēd-cruthugad, 3 B 22, 27a23 . iarna ndaingniuccadh i
ndinite (a ndignitibh, v.l.) ┐ i n-onóir móir, BNnÉ 201 . fer
dighníte mōire, AU iii 466 . i gceannus a dhíoghnaite (diog-
naite, MSS.), Hackett xx 19 . re linn an uile aisdir ┐ dignite
(ad omnem progressum atque promotum), Eochairsg. 39 .
85 áirmheadh dignite a n-eapscop let him count the titles, Con-
tent. vi 60 .