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dígde

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dígde or dil.ie/16311

 

n , f. vn. of do-guid deprecating (anger), asking pardon, praying forgiveness . With gen. of person prayed to: oc digde Dé, Hy. vi 19 . tola fanna . . . freitech domnāin . . . ba si d.¤ Dé (i.e. averting God's anger), Ériu ii 55 . d.¤ ind cāich rocrādis to ask pardon of all thou hast offended, Mon. Tall. § 36 (141). ni do[t] d.¤ táncamar-ni, ZCP viii 318 . nech crādes a chēli im ní . . ., ic a guitheth . . .; mani eroema saidi a dígdi n-uad if the other will not accept his excuses, Ériu vii 168 § 12 . With gen. of fault: iar ndigdi cach cloein after asking forgiveness for every wrongdoing, ACL iii 319 (= iar tidru, LB 261a 81 ). digde cech diubarta, dilgadh cecha torccabala, ZCP iii 452 . In wider sense praying, beseeching: oc dighde ar cinn in duinebath praying that the mortality may be averted, Anecd. i 40 . digal dia seacht mbliadan | ba si digde a chridhe the prayer of his heart was vengeance on that day seven years (?), AU 516 = AFM 510 , CS 512 , RC xvii 127 . in fer . . . ic dígdi na mná, ZCP viii 311 . ? cach foxal cen logud, cen aithce, cen digide is cona diri `without . . . entreaty', Laws ii 388 ( Stud. in E. Ir. Law 54.26 ). oc digde e nanolc, Ériu xvi 181 § 21 . A boon, blessing (?): atnecham diar ndigdi to bless us (?), Fél. Dec. 26 . Cf. O'Cl. : dighdhe .i. beannachd. In chev.: dighdi dath `prayer of colours' (?), Auraic. 556 . fo digdibh, LL 393a4 (a `díchetal'). See díge.

? 3 díthre

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ind iar ndithre cach clain, 23 N 10, 85 = iar ndigdi cach cloein , ACL iii 319 = iar tidru (didru ?) cech claín, LB 261a81 . Cf. further: ba he targlam dhail dithri, BB 37b12 ( ITS xli 272 § 54 ).

? tidru

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ind oiffrind lathaib techtaidib | iar t.¤ cech claín, LB 261a81 = iar ndigdi cach cloein , ACL iii 319 § 76.