1 díscor

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 díscor or dil.ie/16796

n o, m. (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 615 ).

(a) detaching, putting or taking off or away: do discor dire ┐ eneclann de to free him from díre-fine and honour-price, Laws iii 108 . dioscor to detach, O'Don. Suppl.

(b) laying aside, ceasing, desisting from: o thūs a dtroda co dísccur na deabtha termination , MR 268 . do díscur debtha na desi deg-laech sin, 270 . as é an fer thionchus an ghaiscidh do gaphail dligheas a disgur, ZCP x 287.20 . antan is caeine an cluiti (= cluiche), is and dlegar a discur, D IV 2, 41 ra 21 . ni fuilech dūin an gaisciodh-sa . . . an bfuil ar ndisgur ris? shall we desist from it? ZCP x 287.11 . an bfuil ar nd.¤ dhe so, 289.17 .

(c) doing away with, destruction: cóic bliadna . . . co discor Emna Macha, LL 131a30 = Trip. 536 (co coscra, v.l.); LL 395b18 (disgor).

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