2 díbaid

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v (cf. do-ba, díbaigid, díbdaid, do-bádi).

I Intrans. becomes extinct, dies out, perishes: ? mad si gelfine ro-diba ann, Cóic Con. Fug. 44 § 70 . is ann díbait na ceithre fine, Laws iv 292 Comm. in meit rodibastar dia tochus fell away, 58 .

II Trans. destroys, annihilates, extinguishes: rodibad i cath Muigi Mucroma in cland sin acht beag, Lec. 406b16 . ní derna de ect ni nodíbad cuil as much as would destroy a fly, LB 239a64 (ACC Comm. cf. ACC § 105, RC xx). resdibadar Romanaig imm a miltneach, Todd Nenn. 172 . rodíbad sochaide impu, Alex. 379 . prap tharraid Nearba in cis cain | . . . intan rodibad co dian | is and rorigad Troian (of Emperor Nerva), Lec. 80b4 . o rodiobait ┐ o ro diothlaithrighitt T. de D. is na cathaibh, Leb. Gab. 270.9 . Cf. Corm. Y 486 . an meid na ro díobhait d' iarsma o Ffailge, FM v 1736 . nír dí- badh soillsi sin aidhci dóibh, SG 21.30 . trenar dibtha mes, AU iii 594 . guro dibastair in tenid uili, Aen. 1186 . rodibsatar a tente they have extinguished their fires, 2080 . gur baidh ┐ gur dibustar inn uamun . . . robai ina menmain, CCath. 5028 . ? Vbl. of necess. co sollsi nem-díbaide (= díbaithe) to the unextinguishable brilliance, Todd Lect. vi 66 .