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dimbraig

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dimbraig or dil.ie/16505

 

adj i (dí- neg. + bríg) deprived of power, discomfited, disconcerted; dissatisfied, discontented: a n-ól n-uidech . . . na ruirech . . . | nirbo dimbraig don áirem; | tri chét dáilem nos-dáiled none of the company fared badly, Metr. Dinds. i 34 = LL 28b32 (dimdaig, dimdaid, dimgaid, v.l.). ni dimraig lotar dia tír, | nibdar dimdaig dond airrig, SR 3549 . ni dimbraigh (: inmain), Ériu ii 66 . saltrad ar demon ndimbraig (ndimbraidh, MS.), ZCP vi 264 § 7 . As subst. ic tudecht do C. fo dorus in dúine immach fo dimbraig (having been refused his request), RC xx 46 . See dimbríg.