do-claid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-claid or dil.ie/17423

Forms: tochlaid, tochailt

v (*to-clad-, Ped. ii 492 ) Later tochlaid.

(a) digs up, uproots: dusclaid anís it (the boar) roots it (the vine) up from below, Ml. 102a15 . tochlait in talamh tromfhóidech fri nert fercci, TBC 5512 . rotochladar in carn ┐ fūaradar trí cuiléna ann, Death-tales 28.22 . lensu in torc ut ┐ tochelaid bruth nóir asin talmain he will root out of the ground . . ., Thes. ii 310.29 . docichliter (.i. tocheltair) cella cells will be razed, RC xxvi 38 ( LL 188b25 ). docholtar in talam lium-sa, ZCP vi 38.21 . Of digging a grave: doclaited a lectus, Arch. iii 311.10 (B. na f.). tochlaid an adhnacul, ZCP viii 560 . do túaim adhnacail-si, do tora torc allaidh . . . go rostochla, BNnÉ 325.19 . tochluitt an talam a timchill na puible they dig up the ground around the tent, Maund. 221 . sláinte in ferainn rotochladh ann the reclamation of the land which was rooted up, Laws iv 98. 5. Comm. tochailter in forudh-cnoc leo . . ., CCath. 2508 . contachlad ┐ contógluaiseadh cairrgi troma tuinidi an talman he would dig up and remove heavy boulders, TTebe 873 . uamhanna doimhne ina ttochailtear neithe mianamhla, 3 C 19, 61 va 25 . sigillum lemnium . . . ios annsain (i.e. in the isle of Lemnos) tochailter an talamh so that this earth is dug up, 24 P 32, 57.4 . Fig. tochluidh an duine neimhdhiadha olc `diggeth up evil', Prov. xvi 27 . tochaltar lucht an tsáruighthe as amach `the transgressors shall be rooted out of it', ii 22 . tochlaidh, tochlaidh (i.e. Jeru- salem) go nuige a h-íochtar `raze it, raze it . . .' Ps. cxxxvii 7 . dothochail me ┐ dibh me uisge `I have digged . . .', Isa. xxxvii 25 . tochlaidh fiadh-chullach na coille í, Ps. lxxx 13 . Fir Domhnann ó na doimhne dothochlaidís i n-úir, Keat. i 194.72 . Used in oppos. to claidid: claiter an fert fair . . . tochailter an fert dorissi ┐ ní frith ann an corp, ZCP viii 560.13 .

Hence pierces, transfixes: dotochliudh a thaoibh sheanga | o chognam cholg ndrithleanda, 3 C 13, 496.5 . tochluidh lé gérbheruibh a chosa, Mac Aingil 122.18 . an chreach choit- cheann so thochlas tríthe gach méin tsoineanta, Hackett xxxix 89 .

(b) piles up (earth), trenches, constructs: is he rothochail ar tus | in carn sin, fa caem-arus, Met. Dinds. iii 422 . ise Amal- gaid . . . dotochuil an carnn do fein, Lec. 167a (note). doto- cladh caiseal is ráith, Ériu i 98.29 . (of earthen forts) ro tocladh ┐ ro toimhsed, ML² 1109 . is leis dorochlas in dún sin, RC xvi 269 . is les rotochlad corr do breith uisqi indti artus in Erind, Lec. 444a30 .

Vn. tochailt.