do-díuschi

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Forms: todíuscaid, todúscaid, todúiscid, toduscaid, todúisc, notódhuscedh, todúscab-sa, dodúsechad, ronthodiusca, dundiusgada, todhúiscios, doroidíusaig, dorodiusgad, dorodíuscad, dandersaig, todiuscud

(*to-di-uss-sech-, cf. Ped. ii 620 ). Later as simple vb. todíuscaid, todúscaid, todúiscid. Cf. do-fíuschi.

(a) awakens, brings back to life. Indic. pres. (Mid. Ir.) toduscaid . . . sind a bás isin esergi, PH 6584 . Ipv. todúisc (todusaich, Lec. 617a40 ) in mac a chlérig ┐ rotfia a lóg, SG 385.10 . Indic. impf. notódhuscedh marba nóslánaigedh dulla, Moling 76 . donduisced in fecht aile he would revive them once more, Ériu i 114 § 2 . Fut. atbéla . . . fo thrí ┐ todúscab-sa fo thrí, PH 1151 . todúiscfet-sa in lucht ro-marbait uathi, 2497 . todúiscfe marbu o brethir, 2270 . is e tóduiscfes corp Adaim, 3813 . Condit. in ceol sain . . . dodúsechad marba a húir, RC vii 298.146 . Subj. pres. ronthodiusca, Thes. ii 351.17 (gl. donfosca, Hy. vi 5 ). mina todiusca marbu, Anecd. ii 17.8 . dena gardi do Choimded co ruthodiusci a báss, Lat. Lives 13.1 . Impf. dundiusgada ón gl. ex mortuis, as though thou hadst awakened us, Ml. 102c3 . docuas uadha ar ceann Molaisi ar co todhúiscedh na heocha a bás, SG 25.37 . Pret. and perf. todhúiscios R. iat ar madain, 67.24 . isse in sen dedersaich (dodersaig, v.l.) P. ierna guin, Anecd. iv p. xii 1 . is andsin doroithiusaig P. Fot, Trip. 216.5 = doroidíusaig, Trip.² 2552 . rí rothodiusaig a huaigh Lazair, SR 7673 . dorodiusaig in marb boi isind adnacol, Lat. Lives 32.15 . rothódúisc Senán inn gobaind a bróind na biasta, Fél. lxii 19 . ro-indarb demna ┐ ro-todusig marbu, PH 2297 . With depon. ending: ro- thóduscastar hil-marbu ele lais a bás, 3747 . pass. amal dorodiusgad Crist, Wb. 21b6 . dorothodiuscud in macc tre urnaigthi P., Trip. 198.20 = dorodíuscad, Trip.² 2333 . co rotóduscad a bás he, Lat. Lives 111.9 . Intrans. with DO: to- dúsig do Ultaib dochum in chatha, TBC 5780 . Cf. 5825 . todíuscais Sencha d'Ultaib dochum in catha, 5827 . Cf. 5782 .

(b) Fig. arouses, provokes, brings into being; (in hunting) starts: (of light, frequently consumed food) is lugai dodúsci ind daonacht fri míaccobar quam a mmór den gantuari it excites human nature less to evil desires, Mon. Tall. 152.21 . toddiusgat guth n-intiu (the vowels) `awaken voice into them' (i.e. into the consonants), Sg. 7a10 . ní todúscaither tola ó bar corpaib tria choemna, Alex. 982 (= ní todiuscar, BB 499a41 ). todiusgadar ind anim do dénum maith, Wb. 5c18 . in corp . . . dodíusgibther side tri nert inna deacte, 9d3 . Perf. dandersaig dia dia mbrith huam chadraig God stirred them up . . ., Ml. 66c14 . (of David and Absolom) dorodíusaig Día a mac | na agid fri frituttacht, SR 6893 . asé sin dodhuisigh mo chumha that awakened my grief, Ériu v 198.619 . mairg rothodiusc a forglaim, Cog. 162.19 . mad galar todiuscai ha nuall, Ériu vii 170.5 . in uair doduiscti fiadh no bethadhach eili ag in fein when a deer was started, CF 61 .

Vn. todiuscud.