do-autat, do-etat

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-autat, do-etat or dil.ie/17195

Forms: tanautat, dusn-arthet, danethat, dan-etat, doissnaetet, dosnethat, dosn-etat, tanettat, doeit, rontae- dais, doetegar, titacht

v (*to-in-tét, Ped. ii 644 ; to-ad-uss-tét, Thurn. ZCP xii 410 ). Comes (upon), catches, affronts, assails: danautat (.i. búalis) Loch cosin chlaidiub, LU 6199 = danua- tat, TBC² 1714 . donautat-som int sod maic tire, TBC² 1720 = tanautat, LU 6209 . danautat idu mnāi tuachoill a pang strikes a clever woman, O'Mulc. 765 . dos-autat Corp Liath, IT ii2 197 YBL = dusn-arthet, Eg. dosnautat fíadgraig meets her, ZCP viii 311 . donetat Cuchulaind cen airm lais, TBC² 1599 = danethat, LU (leg. dan-etat). doissnaetet C., 1099 = dosnethat, LU (leg. dosn-etat). tanetat C. cloich fair, 810 = tanettat (.i. teilgid), LU 5285 . fer dodaetet who catches them, Laws iv 180 , 186 , 190 . atchiu carpat . . . tauthat slúagu, TBC² 1088 (LU). Subj. pres. 3 s. saithe doeit hi thir comaithich which he comes upon (?) (`tracks down, follows', Thurn. Gramm. § 627 ), Laws iv 192 . ? Pret. is maith rontae- dais well thou hast accosted us, Ériu i 116 . Pass. bretha bairr ┐ maigne di neoch doetegar , Laws iv 188 .i. fo neoch roetar do gabail .i. tartaigther is caught, O'Dav. 723 . Intrans.: tautat Fergus, IT ii2 213 . tautat Flidais asin dún, 27 . Vn. titacht. Cf. do-etha.