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airdluige

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perh. pl. of *airdlach o and s, n. (cf. indlach) Vn. of ar-dlong: atait secht n-ur[d]luide fine ar dolongat cach fine seven separations, divisions , Laws v 366.10 = ataat secht n-aurdluige fine .i. atait secht n-uasaldelighthi, O'Dav. 717 . Note also: tri urdluich na cíach cetna through a rift in the fog, TBC-LL¹ 5046 ( LL 11679 ); perh. leg. urdluige (air + dluige ) as in follg.(?): clar neinech do urdluige in dire, O'Curry 2142 ( Eg. 88 fo. 2(3)b ). Mec Umhóir na h-urdlaighe, `the separated (?) Sons of U.', Geneal. Tracts 82.14

dílad

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Forms: derbdilod, dhiolta

u, m. vn. of dílaid, IGT Verbs § 80 satisfying; paying, compensating: o annudh co diludh `from stay to payment', Laws i 294 Comm. (cf. o andod co diles, iii 318.12 ). dluige ōn tī oc a mbī ┐ is dilud don tī dia tabar `a conveyance' (i.e. paying, handing over ), v 366 Comm. derbdilod, i 94 Comm. g s. torc dhiolta fiach a boar for paying debts, (i.e. a fine boar), Rel. Celt. i 122 . cinta cen diluth, O'Dav. 702 . cin na hedar do diola, ib. fer dilta dam ┐ deóradh, AU iii 590.8 .

dlongid

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Last Revised: 2019

Forms: dlongar, nosdedlai, nodídlastais, dedhlaistis, rondedail, rosdedlaig, rodloing, rodloingset, dluṅgsius, dlochta, dluige

v (the orig. paradigm in which -n- is confined to pres. stem later splits into two stems dlong- and dluig-. See Strachan, Verbal Syst. of SR, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 507 ). ind. pres. pass. dlongar, Ériu ii 4 . fut. 3 s. nosdedlai, SR 8348 (but see fasc. dedlaid). cond. 3 pl. nodídlastais, BDD 128 , 137 = no dedhlaistis , BDD² . perf. 3 s. rondedail, LU 3581 ( SCC 29 ). rosdedlaig, SR 7958 . rodloing, 3555 . pl. rodloingset, TBC-LL¹ 3810 . pret. with suff. pron. dluṅgsius, LL 116a24 . Pass. dlochtae fial in Tempuil 'the veil of the Temple was rent', Blathm. 252​​ . Part. dlochta. Vn. dluige .

(a) splits, cuts, rends: intan dotaet in cú tar sodhain conid [d]loing cnes no eetach .i. co ndluighi no co letrann in cnes . . . ina beolu, O'Dav. 1179 . ar ní dlongat íarngáesae íar ndul enech mac ┐ ráth 'for second thoughts do not tear apart [such contracts] after enforcing sureties and paying sureties have pledged their honour', Contract Law 150 § 23 . tri claidib . . . nodídlastais finnae for usciu they would split, BDD 127 . deich damu dagfedma dlongar (dlongthair, dlongtur, v.ll.) Herion uill by which is cleft (i.e. ploughed) . . ., Ériu ii 4 (glossed .i. airit they plough, ib.). Intrans. ba sé dlús n-imaric daronsatar go ro dluigset ┐ go ro dloingset a sceith a ṁ-bile go a ṁ-bróntib, TBC-LL¹ 3810 . co ndluigtis ┐ co ndlongtis . . . na catha comméiti comdangni risin dírim ndlúith, LL 238a22 ( TTr. 1574 ).

(b) cleaves or cuts away, sunders (from): aes ēcnaig, aes athchossain, | aes ind indlaig nosdedlai (God) will cut them off (?), SR 8348 . cadé lín a theglaig lib | rosdedlaig Dia dil dia threib?, 7958 . is de ná tic a hEmain | dáig na delba ron dedail, LU 3581 ( SCC 29 ).

(c) emits, sends forth (?): tamon dia n[d]loing bansrotha bard mbind .i. in tamon dluiges co hobond firsrotha na bairdne binde, O'Dav. 1203 . rodloing . . . | drong dremun dia n-irgabāil, SR 3555 = curid . . . drong . . . dia n-ergabail, LB 116b14 .

See also dedlaid, 1 dluigid, dlochta.

dlugae

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x see dluige .

dlugais

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n (cf. dluige ) cleft (?): inad diamair il-lettaib in tslébi, amal bid úaim no d.¤ nobeth ann, LB 144a32 .

dluige

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Forms: dluga(e), dluighi

io Also dluga(e) vn. of dlongid and 1 dluigid. dluighi f., IGT Decl. § 3 , Verbs § 111 .

(a) splitting, cleaving, rending: scinde .i. d.¤ ne[i]ch, Corm. Y 1183 . dlugh[e] .i. scoltad, O'Dav. 681 . is éol dam-sa a mbias de: | d.¤ srónae óclaige, Fianaig. 26 . a pianad ┐ a marbad .i. a ndluigi ina ngablaib . . . ┐ a scoltad ina cridib, LB 154b52 . dairghe dúinte gan dluighe | sailghe a cúirte, Ériu v 60 . dluighi mara ruaid in ndiaidh in pobail, BB 18a41 . Muir Ruad do dlugi, Todd Lect. vi 24 . iar femed in craind do dluighi, Fél. Apr. 4 . fot cacha cainnli iar na roinn . . . da dluighi do chur itha innti for splitting (a rushlight) in order to put grease into it, Laws ii 252 Comm. cloictheach . . . do dluighe do chaoir theineadh, AFM ii 1012 . rogníd do dergibur iarna dlugu, LL 181b5 . robo imdha sciath iarna dlugha ó or co hur, TTr.² 1369 = iarna dluḡ, LL 408b1 (expanded dlugud , TTr. 2231 ). oc dluide a hédaig, PH 1355 . intan ro-m-ba a n-inlobra ┐ dloigi disintegration , 3803 .

(b) dividing, sundering, parting: dluighe .i. dealugud, O'Dav. 717 (quoting ur[d]luide, Laws v 366 ). Dauid . . . ni truag dluige ríana dreich, | ba luath luide cen luirech, SR 5879 . ic dluighi ┐ ic deiliugud na dá ferann, CCath. 154 . cionnus do bherdaoís dluighe nó diansccaoileadh ar na deghshluacchaibh, AFM v 1644 . ní théid dluighe díomdha ar mo dheoraibh dispersion , Keat. Poems 186 . Fig. ic fadbsoud .i. ic dlugi cest canone solving , RC xx 402 (ACC Comm).

1 dluigid

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Forms: rodluighedh, dluige

v ( dluige ) IGT Verbs § 111 . splits, cleaves, rends asunder: dluigh in crann, Fél. p. 110 ( Fél. Apr. 4 ). dluigid [in gaeth] in fairgi cor bo lēr in talam, Aen. 239 . co ndluighi nó co letrann in cnes, O'Dav. 1179 . co radluiget ┐ co radianscaileat in flaithius, TTebe 176 . Fergus, Oengus, . . . do dluigtis fuilt scalped (?), ZCP x 43 . rodluid [Moisi] in ḟairrgi roime, Lec. 550b37 . tug dorn ar a déd gur' dluig, ZCP viii 231 . dobert an Gall buille do B. gur dluigh an cend co léir, Cog. 202 . rí rán do dluig riasin slúag | a druimni dogba dubrúad, SR 4045 (? cf. 5879 ). do buail an ffleisc frisin nathraigh gur rodluighestair ar dhó, Leb. Gab.(i) 196 . rodloidestar a cathbarr imo ceand, BB 408a9 . radluichsiot a gruaidhe dia n-ingnibh, Aisl. Tond. p. 95 . Intrans. dlugis mo churach fóm, LU 1840 ( RC ix 494 ). go rodluigset ┐ go rodloingset a scēith, TBC-LL¹ 3810 . In pass. rodluighedh ┐ rodianscáiledh smachtchain na hairdrighi, CCath. 288 . rodluigid ┐ rodianscailit na coillti, TTebe 288 . Hence scatters, disperses: in tamon dluiges co hobond fīrsrotha na bairdne, O'Dav. 1203 . Cf. further the follg.: Cath Murbhuilg . . . go rodluigheadh roba dúr `till it was closed it was stiff' (till it was broken up, dispersed?), Keat. i p. 180 .

Analyses, solves: dlom .i. indis no dluig no aisnéid, O'Dav. 663 .

Vn. dluige . See dlongid.

? dluig(i)sige

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Last Revised: 2013

n ( dluige LEIA D-109 ) name of a radical defect (galar bunaid) in vessels , (state of being) split: re tecmaisin caechadbaidh (sic) no dluigisidhe isin niubhar, O'Curry 1863 ( 23 P 3, 20 a ). caechadbuighi . . . ┐ dlusaighi do lestraib, O'Curry 1103 ( H 3.18 447b ); 'for vessels: having hidden knots and being split' Contract Law 303 . caochadbaidhe ┐ dluthsigi .i. deirge dhe do lestraib, CIH vi 2048.29 ( H 3.17 576 ). `tendency to split' ( dluige ), Plummer MS. notes.

teipe

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Forms: teibeadh, -idh, -the

n io, n. vn. of do-eipen. f., IGT Decl. § 3 (44.7) . Also teibeadh m. g s. -idh and -the, § 107 .

(a) act of cutting: `tebeadh' ainm do bhuain bhunaidh, Metr. Gl. 26 § 26 . tebe .i. buain, Lec. Gl. 7 , Stowe Gl. 125 . iar tepe Eua as a thoeb ... iar tepe na noem eclaisi as a thoeb (of Adam and Christ), PH 3427 . in ní ata i n-adbul teipi na huire `the great cutting of the churchyard,' Laws i 202.26 Comm. (glossing im diubu n-uire). ni fil iarn lib fria thepi ┐ fria dluige (of ploughing the earth), Alex. 969.

(b) cutting out, extracting (of the fashioning of Gaelic out of the other languages): conaitchitar ... gu Fenius berla ... do thebiu doibh asna hilberlaib, Auraic. 196 . don tebi rotebed isin Gaedilg (`to the selection that was selected in Gaelic'), 2 . Of the compiling of a book: a thotlugud do scoil mhoir co Fenius ... a thepe doibh inna nUraicept (`that it should be selected for them as their primer'), 1108 = a th.¤ doib in uraicepta, Lec. 158a13 . Of the analysis of a word: a chet-dichneadh dno .i. epi augdair .i. tepe in focul fadesin, Auraic. 391 . Cf. forsin aibgitir .i. forsin tebe auctair nó forsin tebe ic duar .i. ic focol nó forsin tebe ic tur nó onní as apigtorium (possible etymologies of word aibgiter), Lec. 152d22 . Note also: `teibedh' ainm gach tinsceduil, Metr. Gl. 18 § 54 (teasccadh, tasgar v.ll.). teibeadh re tus tindscedail ... inand son ┐ ced smuainiud cindti cacha caingni re turgbail cacha tinsgedail, do reir mar do smuain in fir-Dhia ... na seacht sair-nime, MR 90.2 , 94.1 .

(c) pulling, wrenching : teibeadh .i. buain, no tarraing, O'Cl. dobretha Fergus tepe forsin ṅgabail, TBC-LL¹ 772 , cf. TBC-I¹ 325 . tug tepedh ┐ tren-tarrang ar an sleigh, MR 286.8 . tug teibeadh ┐ tréan-tarraing uirthe (viz. a bell-rope), Content. xxvii 4 n.

(d) In religious syll. verse cutting off from, rejection, refusal (of heaven to a sinner) : tug an brugh thuas do theibe | ar gcruas dá chur i mbuige has caused heaven to be cut off from me, PBocht 12.7 . ód fhleidh ní tráth dar dteibeadh, DDána 48.20 . ? do ghabh sé tráth rer teibe | as é as fhath dá fhoighide, IGT Decl. ex. 160 . Note also : mian síothchána acht sinn dá teibe (sic leg.) | atá ar do Mhac `They Son desires peace, we decline it,' Dán Dé xix 23 . Also : minna trí nerlom do bheith ann, ┐ gan tibedh mionn eile da tecmadh ann iad not to reject (?), H 3.17 col. 445 ( O'D. 582 ). cen a tibe ní da fuigbea log a cruid, E III 5, 26a ( O'D. 1376 ).

(e) Various : creach ceall cá tarbha a teibe | ceann Banbha nír buaineide `raiding of churches [I say] what profit to abstain from ?,' O'Gr. Cat. 334.20. nár theibe doibh go lá an bhais `they would not flinch,' Oss. iv 104.x . do bhen G. ... teibedh na teccmála as na h-Iarladhaibh `gained the onset of the battle,' AFM v 1572.7 .

? tuingem

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n t.¤ .i. luige ( oath ), Lec. Gl. 421 = tuidim .i. dluige , M 232 . Orig. perh. v toingim .i. luigim I swear , Index.