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dínnim

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dínnim or dil.ie/16648

 

Forms: ndíním

adj i (sním) See ZCP xx 404 . indifferent, careless; shabby, poor, paltry, insignificant: dinim .i. dishnim (.i. ni bí snim uime), Corm. p. 15 . amal as ndínim la nech todiusgud nach aili á suan a matter of no significance, Ml. 61b28 . rogab A. erriud ndíndim do erredaib a míled imme, Alex. 765 . mílid díndim dia míledaib adamcómnaicc, 778 . nir bu dínim la Día ndil | cona milib mírbuilib, SR 4207 . ria no thuathaib (-aid, MS.) co dinnim | nomaidfed for ilmílib, 5035 . cathardha becc d.¤ `a petty paltry citizen', CCath. 5073 . is dinnim dodechas and it is in humble guise ye have gone, Trip.² 808 . rob iomdha bocht dinnimh deroil do chóidh i somhaoín, AFM v 1722.11 . ina n-aittreabthachaibh bochta dinnime, vi 2298 . dúncladh d.¤ ar na imdhénamh do chriaidh ┐ dfódaibh, 2210 . íascaire dinnimh deróil, Hugh Roe 26 . Equative: is dinnimidir la Dia slántu du thindnaccul du neuch bís hí lobrai it is as little trouble to God to . . ., Ml. 61b28 . Compar. is dinnimu dongni alaill it is more carelessly he makes the other gl. (facere) aliud in contumeliam, Wb. 4c33 .

As subst. alaile óclach i ndíním écoisc, ZCP ix 191.22 . Locan didna dinnim L. who protects the humble, Rawl. 163a18 . See dínim.