adj (intens. dí- + ing) very hard, difficult: is diing cleith in
maith (gl. facta bona abscondi non possunt),
diing a nrogādamar if what we have prayed for be exceedingly
. d.¤ cóic bai do bethugud and five cows can
hardly be fed there,
ding .i. decmaic,
airnin arding . . . ding fil and is teirce feuda fodera `the difficulty which is there is caused by a scantiness of letter',
. As attrib.: fa deilm ding
hard to bear, excessive (?),
. Adv. tuargaib [in Findbennach] a chend go
raised his head with violence, butted (cf. other sense of
. As subst.
cethair dingi (dinge, v.l.) inda pecthach .i. ding dōib nād fācbat a tola ... 'four hardships of the sinners',
Celtica viii 72.127
. See díic.