dílsigid, dísligid

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Forms: dísligid, dílsigthe

v (díles)

(a) makes forfeit: trebuire . . . ┐ elodh . . . dilsighit trian na tuircrece don ceile, Laws ii 264 Comm. in aithgin ro dilsid innarba, 292 Comm. One of the seven loans which need not be restored or compensated for if damaged: oin eich agar for bla .i. oin in eich indsaigter for bla re fis a gnimraid; ┐ in aighi risi rucad issed ro dilsigh it is the race for which it was taken which has rendered it forfeit, v 280 Comm. inead a ndilsigeann aithgin o duine a faill do denam `instance in which compensation is forfeited by a person through his neglect', iv 50 Comm. Of trees: ar dílsigithir barr-bunad a torad cacha cethramthae blíadnae do thír 'for the branches-and-trunk forfeit the fruit every fourth year to the land', Bechbretha 56 § 12​​ . a ndobreth hi foḡ cairde tar crich is ruidles la Fene acht do caí tar crich cid gaiti a mberthar and ar ruidilsigther in cin ni herenar, ZCP xiii 21.15 `denn das Vergehen lässt es voll verfallen', Bürgschaft 8 § 16 . forfeits, renounces: dilsigimm cach maith dia nderna riam, PH 7338 . lets go, gives up, surrenders . With DO gives up, hands over to co ro dilsig na eocho ┐ in n-araid, FB § 40 . dilsigit a munter do P. he, Trip. 454 . co tucsat in mac in a ucht et co rodilsigset dó, LL 126b45 . nosdilsigset mac Dáre | dochum éca, 210b5 , cf. Miscell. Celt. Soc. 72 . hé do dilsig dún, | Dia dil . . . Pardus hath given over Paradise to us, SR 1225 . ri rosdilsig do éc gave them over to death, 5325 . in animm nosdilsig dia hairfitedaib collaidib which gives itself up to carnal delights, PH 4624 . nā rodílsige nech a anmain do pecthaib, 5975 . rodílsig in Coimdiu iat dia naimtib, 4051 . rodhílsigsiot na Goill a ndromanna do thréinḟeraibh an tuaiscirt (= terga dederunt), AFM vi 2130 . in greim tarrtha dít ní dīsleoch, a Dia I will not let go, ACL iii 243 . teirt ar is innte rodilsigead Crist o Phoint Pilait, KMMisc. 144 . ro disligheadh na daoine `were awarded guilty' (surrendered), Duan. F. i 18 . is meinic rodhīsligh fēin cona shlōghaibh na slinnēin dō, Fl. Earls 60 . comarba P. . . . ro dilsighid a ccealla for a comus . . . o maithib Connacht were put under his jurisdiction, AFM ii 1062.15 . Abandons, forsakes: ran-dílsigset a charait, Metr. Dinds. iv 52 (= LL 157b23 ). oc guide Dé nā rodísliged a popul fén, PH 977 . a mo Dé, cid dia romdilsigis?, 3350 ( Matthew xxvii 46 ). romdilsigh rí nimhe, SG 70 . rodilsighset na dei thu, Aen. 3167 . robo righda a mēt na cathrach rodilsigseat na Romanaigh (alluding to the withdrawal of Pompey and the Senate from Rome), CCath. 807 . Idiomatically with vn. as obj. gives free rein to, allows: rodhilsighset na dei adarthi uili dilgind na cathrach, Aen. 574 . roferustur Iacob failte fri Lauan ┐ rodilsig dó sired na saccraige dús in mbiad in lamdia indtib gave him a free hand in searching, LB 114b20 ( YBL 63a25 , 285az 0 ) = conarlaic do . . . | siriud slán na s., SR 3035 .

(b) makes valid: cidh fodera in frithe trachta co fuil ni as d'fir bunaigh? Is e in fath fodera, dliged tabarta dilsighis indara de, ┐ dliged frithe dilsidis araile ┐ mo dilsidis tabairt na frithe, Laws v 324 . is e dliged rosdilsig in gnim, 206 . cid dilsig[e]thar macṡlabra? Airilliud cétamus dilsig[e]thar macṡlabra ngaire, Bürgschaft 7 § 9 n. 1 = ZCP xiii 20.25 . ardaig gur dilsiget a aerad they may consent to his being satirized, O'D. 965 ( H 3.17 673 ).

(c) secures, appropriates: dilsighther for aititin, ZCP xiii 24.3 `zu eigen werde auf Grund von Anerkennung', Bürgschaft 12 § 39 . ? conid mó dilsigit biada in rath don céli claim (?), O'D. 1606 ( H 5.15 12a ). co rochathaightis (sic leg.) . . . fri hAenias cona Troiandaib co rodilsigdis Edail `in order that they might appropriate Italy,' Aen. 1697 = tutari Italiam, Aen. vii 469 . an chríoch da tṡíol ó ṡoin | gur dhísligh a ghníomh gaisgidh that his military exploits secured possession of the land for his posterity, 3 C 13, 771.3 . [focail coimhidhtheacha] do thug an Creideamh asdeach ┐ do dísligheadh dhó (foreign words) which were introduced by the Faith and consecrated to it, Donlevy xxii .

(d) hides, conceals (only in form dísligid): a Mhíchil . . . dislighid (leg. -idh) mo mhíghníomhartha, Ó Bruad. i 24 n. do dhíslig [Críost] é féin fá ghnéithibh an aráin, Eochairsg. 61 . na croicinn fár dísligheadh Iacob . . . gnéithe an aráin fá ndíslighthear corp Críost , 60 . Part. dílsigthe: deitreb dilsigthi o Dia two tribes forsaken by God, ZCP iii 21 .