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dlestanach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dlestanach or dil.ie/17029

Forms: dlistinach, dlistinach

adj also dlistinach, etc. o, ā (dlestin) due, lawful, proper; as medical term, regular, normal; of offspring legitimate: deircc dlestinach, PH 315 . loisccither he tall . . . tria péin dleistionaigh, RC xxv 392.33 . berad breith n-indrig n-dirig n-dleistenaigh, MR 160.12 . dlistinach gl. legitimus, Ir. Gl. 439 . do réir an tsuidhighthi (sic leg.) dleisdinaigh according to due arrangement, O'Gr. Cat. 291.36 . ag moladh an Dúileman go dlistionach praising the Creator as was fit (right?), Ériu v 74.37 . ni híodhbarthar . . . íodhbairt an Tighearna maille re naomhthacht dhlisdineach with due sanctity, Eochairsg. 30.34 . muinid siad órduighe nach dleisdeanach . . . do ghabháil customs which it is not lawful to receive, Acts xvi 21 . ní dleisdeanach dhúinne duine ar bith do chur dochum báis, John xviii 31 . an tan bhíos an t-udhacht dlisteanach, TSh. 5113 . is coir a cheart dlisteanach do thabhairt dó his lawful rights, ITS i 48.4 . da ttugthar go dlisdineach íad if they are understood (?) properly (of narcotics), 3 C 19, 22 vb 6 . a ttabairt go dlisdenach ní denuid urcoid if they are administered properly (of the same), 178 va 9 . toirmisgid gach uili oibriughadh dlistinech it interferes with all regular action, 99 vb 4 . muna bia an sedimen ina dath diles ┐ ina med dlisdinach of proper colour and normal amount, 24 P 22, 87.14 . imarcaidh tar an measardacht ndleisdeanaigh excess beyond the normal, 23 P 10, 139 va 40 . neach . . . do slanugud le diedaibh dlestinacha with appropriate dietary, 33 b 42 . antan rachus an tsiroip a ttighe dhlistionaigh when the syrup comes to the proper consistency, 24 P 32, 69.3 . ceathrar mac dlisdeanach four legitimate sons, 23 E 26, 260 .

? 2 ruide

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? 2 ruide or dil.ie/35726

adj v s. a fir rudi (n.l.?), SCC 28 = LU 3533 (said to Cuchulaind). ardruiri ind roith . . . garg-ruide fri croich coemnair, SR 1078 . mac do Murcadh ri ruidhe (: orduighe), LL 394.53 . ruide im ro-chorp carcrastar (.i. ruanaid ro carcrastar a ro-chorp), ZCP iii 223 § 5 (Amra Senáin) = rue, LB 241a . Perh. orig. ruddy, hence strong, powerful, heroic or someth. similar (cf. ruided). ar do geinemain a mBethil Iuda, | ar do ruidib trégda | a[r] do rélaind rigda `by Thy pierced hands (?)', Ir. Lit. 8 x (dhruídibh tréda, draítib trégha v.ll.);context and v.ll. suggest a reference to the Magi.