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díscaílid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. díscaílid or dil.ie/16775

Forms: rodiscaoilte, díscaíled

v (scaílid)

(a) separates, sunders, disperses: discáilfet-sa úaim in trichait cet Galian út fo ḟiru hErend, TBC-LL¹ 445 . ra díscáil, 449 . go ccruinneochuigh sé thusa as gach uile chineadh a gcionn ar dhíosgaoil Día thú hath scattered thee (Israel), Deuteronomy xxx 3 . Intrans. ra díscáilset immon glend they scattered about the valley, TBC-LL¹ 1684 . is luath meisce an fhína fhinn ┐ is luath discailter hi, O'Gr. Cat. 216 .

(b) bursts open, breaks up, demolishes: in chetna dabach . . . rodíscáil da cláraib, TBC-LL¹ 1366 . nodiscailfed in béist út in cruinne . . . mine discailte hí fen, PH 7248 . innis dūin . . . cindus discaeilfidhter an bith, RC xxiv 382 . inni discailes cach ndaingean .i. in gorta, CCath. 2610 . forsna flathib . . . díscailit in eclais ar medón ┐ dianechtair, RC xii 426 . rodiosccaoileadh lais caislén, AFM iii 362 . Fig. díscailid [in genntligecht] in mesardacht dissipates temperance, PH 721 . bíodh gur disgaoileadh . . . ardḟlaithios mhaicne Mileadh, Book of O'Conor Don 202b25 .

(c) dissolves, softens, relaxes: cerín ... diosgaoilidh na n[escói]di cruaide, 23 K 42, 393.20 . diosgaoilidh ┐ seimhighidh ┐ aipighidh iad, 322.8 . mad cneasaighthi in crecht, . . . cur cerín . . ris, ┐ disgeolaigh sin in crecht (treatment of a cicatrized wound), 23 F 19, 8r48 . dissolves, decomposes: gach uile mitall díscáilter . . . is a n-airged beo imtaigther iat, O'Gr. Cat. 256 . dixailter a n-oleum (= resolvantur in oleo), 206 . Part. ag dluthughadh na neithi rodiscaoilte `that which is too relaxed', O'Gr. Cat. 277 . da mbidh na puis disgaoilte fuar ban ar n-anmhain o cheile if the lips remain parted, 24 P 22, 107.3 .

Vn. díscaíled.

Cf. díanscaílid s.v. 1 dían.