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dílaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dílaid or dil.ie/16378

Forms: diolta

v (díl) IGT Verbs § 80 .

(a) satisfies, appeases: dílfait a n-ítaid, LL 239a18 . díolais R. a aidhedha d'fíon ┐ d'iassc, BNnÉ 321 . SG 337 . in tii do díl bar n-ítaid on usqui , PH 2825 . molt gach n-oidche do dhíolad na deigfir used to pro- vision, SG 345 . sochaidhe rodílad don tellach so d'ítaid ┐ d'occorus ┐ do dán ┐ d'eladhain ac Find, Acall. 3342 . no gor diladh na boicht uile, BCC § 78 . ZCP viii 109 . IT ii2 145 . TD 11.133 . cia ros-dil fa thuarusdul? Acall. 2489 . do dhíol iad do rēir a n-oigréire uile, FM iv 680 . do dhīoladh . . . dāimh Connacht ar chrodh cCualann paid the poets of C. with the spoils of Cu., Gleanings 37 . ma ro dilatar fech d'fir in tigi if they (certain misappropriated goods) have paid debts for the owner of the house, Laws v 162 . Part. bheith lan no diolta dod dheaghthoil-se `heartily well content', Carswell 191 .

(b) pays, recompenses, requites, compensates: is maith dilfus ar son mo leighis (sic leg.) it will well requite my healing, ZCP vi 38 . do rēir a dhūthrachta | dílfaider gach duine, ZCP viii 209 . With acc. of thing: ce rodílsat cin cor dilsat ní d'ḟir in tidhe, Laws v 160 Comm. dilfasa do bés I will pay thy customary due, MR 160 . madh dá ndíla a commáine if she pays an equivalent, Acall. 801 . is amhlaidh dhioltar in tuaru- stal, O'Neill's Procl. , Ulster Jn. of Archaeol. vi 60 . nī mō nō lethchorōin amhāin dhīluss gach aon aca, Fl. Earls 90 . díol na bhfiach nachar dhíoladar féin, TSh. 5001 . oilemhuin as doirbh dhīoltair, Gleanings 29 . With FRI (RE, LE) of pers.: rim no gu ndíla D.¤ a ndeachaidh uaim, Ériu iv 120 . díolfaid a gcóir re crích Bhr., TD 24.145 . muna diolaidh in t-ìocaidhe in biadh leis in bhuanna, O'Neill's Procl. , Ulster Jn. of Archaeol. vi 61 . díol rium an ní dligheas tú, Matt. xviii 28 .

(c) expiates, atones for: ocht caire . . . ┐ dílait na hocht tratha sin iat, Acall. 2954 . nóin dhíolas shaint, Dán Dé xxiv 4 (cf. noin fri haigid naccobair, ZCP vi 271 ). gur dhíol an díth nach dearna, TD 10.146 .

(d) exchanges, pays for, with accus. of thing given and AR with accus. of thing received: do dhíol an rósdhath ar mhí-lí, P. Ferriter 74 . Hence in later lang. sells, sometimes in sense of betraying: gur dhíoladar a bhráithre Joseph, TSh. 8428 . clann . . . do dhíol cill is tuath is tearmann, Hackett xlii 24 = Keat. Poems 1211 .