do-airling

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-airling or dil.ie/17145

Forms: tairling, taurblaing, taurlaing, turling, tairlengait, tairlenguit, tairlingit, tairbhlingit, tarblais, doarblaing, doeirbling, tarblaing, tarbling, tairbling, tarmlaing, tarmlaic, fors-tarblaig, tairlingis, tarblaingset, taurlaingset, tuirlingid, túir-

v (-aur-?) (*to-air-fo-ling-, Ped. ii 567 , see also Thurn. Gramm. § 689 ). Ipv. 2 s. tairling, Hib. Min. 77.37 = taurblaing, 18 . Indic. 3 s. taurlaing, LU 5169 = turling, TBC² 688 . 3 pl. tairlengait, LL 248b22 . tairlenguit, IT iii 238 . tairlingit, TFerbe 8 . tairbhlingit, Hugh Roe 52.10 . Subj. pres. 2 s. co tarblais , BDD² 285 . Pret. 3 s. doarblaing, Tur. 60 ( Thes. i 488 ). doeirbling, 59 (pres.?). tarblaing, SR 7761 , TBC² 2347 . IT i 103 (LL). LL 21a8 . tarbling, Trip.² 2207 . tairbling, TBC² 2155 . FB § 36 . tarmlaing, TBC 673 . ? tarmlaic, SR 3259 . fors-tarblaig (tarblaid, -dh, v.l.), Met. Dinds. i 10 ( LL 162a23 ). (Mid. Ir. -s- form) tarblingis, FB §§ 39 , 40 . BB 260a33 . tairlingis, LB 272b42 . FB § 40 Eg. 3 pl. tarblaingset, MU² 506 . taurlaingset, FB § 15 . Later Mid. Ir. and mod. form tuirlingid (toir-, túir-).

Leaps down, descends, alights (esp. of dismounting from a chariot or horseback): doeirbling gl. desilit, Tur. 59 . doar- blaing den chamull fora-mbói, 60 . doriacht F. ┐ tarblaing asa charput, TBC² 2347 ; 2155 , 688 . tarblingis asa carput, BB 260a33 ( SG 253 ). an tan no tharblaingedh whenever he dis- mounted, FM vi 1920 = Hugh Roe 24 . tarblaiṅgset in slúag for inn faidchi, MU² 506 . tarblaing dorcha dar cach mag darkness descended, SR 7761 . gur thúirrlind ar bind don lomán (of a bird), Celt. Rev. x 135 . ro tharbhluingset forsan urdrochat (of prisoners lowering themselves from a window), Hugh Roe 14 . Fig. múr . . . fors-tarblaig Tephi-rún on which settled the name T., Met. Dinds. i 10 . gur thoirling Mac Dé i ndaonnacht, FM v 1710 . ná túirling ar chonntaraibh amadánta do not condescend, O'Gr. Cat. 537 .

Rarely trans.: toirling me go n-adhrar í set me down, A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 17 . túirling fraoch spéirlinge a mbíodh- bhadh `humble the contentious rage', Ó Bruad. ii 10 . tarmlaic a cholainn fri cath bent his body (?), SR 3259 (: tarmmairt).