do-cing

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-cing or dil.ie/17422

Forms: docichset, dodocaith, docaith, docechaing, tochim

v (* to-cing-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 492 ) steps, strides forward; advances, comes ; intrans. or with cogn. acc.: d.¤ Lothur for lár in taige, TBFr. 125 . sluagh doching i timchill chairnn, RC xvii 143 . d.¤ isan grianan, xiii 222 (B. na f.). is cāin carpthech doching don dūn (of a person in a chariot), Corm. Y 698 . segda cairptech docing rōt, SCC § 37 . macam d.¤ sligi rath, Ériu v 420 . sína cáini cach threimsi techtaidi docengat spells of fine weather arrive in each due season, ZCP xi 82 § 25 . in tan docengat int shluaig timchiull Glendomain, LL 274b43 . Fut. docichset (.i. doceimnigfet, R.) i mbeolu brátha, RC xxvi 48 § 265 . Perh. also in: cia forsindáilfider ind airidech óir se? . . . fiche bliadna nammā | dodacich nodaība he who shall attain to them (it?) shall drink it (?), ZCP xiii 375 § 11 (see also §§ 12 , 13 , 17 , 18 . dodocaith, docaith, etc., v.l., see ZCP iii 458 ff .). Pret. and perf.: docechaing a Bregaib i lLife, ZCP xii 436 . docechaing A. for mágrédib mac nIsrael, Alex. 454 . mor laech lúthbasach doroching in roind sin ho díb lethib, 128 . is é cétna goba doroching hi tech Midchuarta, YBL 419a25 . With accus. of destination: is amlaid docingtis aenaighi ┐ mordhala la firu Érenn in such guise assemblies were visited by the men of Ireland, IT iii 185 . With change of preverb: adcichset airg loman londgliaid, IT i 104 .

Used in contrast to 1 cingid to denote motion in reverse direction (cf. aigid and do-aig, ad-ella and do-aidlea): na iii chemmen cinges in fer graith fora cúlu ┐ tocing a frithisi, Thes. ii 253 (Stowe Miss.). nocinged for a chúlu . . . docinged dan etarbúas dorisi, FB § 88 . cid cáin lib in laechrad laind | cengtai Emain . . . | airddiu docingtis dia taig | tri maic adlaecha Uisnig, IT i 77 .

Vn. tochim.