do-eclainn

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-eclainn or dil.ie/17521

Forms: doeclannat, du-n-eclan[nar], doreclamsa, derglastar, tecailse

v (*to-ess-glenn-, Ped. ii 539 ) picks out, selects. Indic. pres. 3 pl. doeclannat gl. allegant (understood as ēligunt?), BCr. 34b3 ( Thes. ii 23 ). Fut. 3 s. rel. (Mid. Ir.) mo Eoc[h]o . . . ní tír teclannfas, BB 278a19 (? = ní rath tíri teclumus, LL 386a42 ). Perf. 1 pl. (Mid. Ir.) nicon-terglansam- ni céli diar n-ingen we have not selected a spouse, ZCP iii 6 ( LL 269b30 ). Pass. pres. s. doeclannar im cach solam sonaisc .i. teclamthar cach so-innsce (the notion of selecting passing into that of compiling?), Rawl. 114b17 ( Cóic Con. Fug. 22 § 18 ). admestar cáercha asa cottuge do thlachtaib túath teclannar (teglamor, teclanathar, v.l.) whose covering (fleece) is selected for the garments (?), ZCP xi 95 . Perf. s. amal du-n-eclan[nar] etach nderscaigthe hi tig cennaig[i] . . . is s[amlaid] duérglas soilse sainriud asnaib dūlib gl. scrutari, Ml. 120d2 . nonbur doerglas do ordughadh in liubair-si `were appointed', Laws i 16 . ar na térglas aithech tige dí i nHérind, ZCP iii 5 § 13R = uair na frith céili dingbala di, LL. dias . . . forroeglass o Ailill ┐ o Meidb ar dāig do gona-su a couple who were chosen by A. and M. to slay thee, TBC 4389 . pl. doreclamsa (leg. -classa) ara n-amainsi dot guin, TBC² 2827 . Cf. further BB 492b28 : doreglastair (.i. togail) carraig ndermair fore- mestair Ercail do thogail = rothogail `destroyed', Alex. 527 (a formation fr. pret. pass.?) cid dogēn friu? A ngabail dara n-anmi, cip si chruth bete . . ., ar noco derglastar etir díb mani gabtar dara n-ainme for no choice is ever made among them unless they are taken regardless of their defects (of women), Thurn. zu Ir. Hdschr. i 20 (cf. ZCP viii 113 ) (intended as fut. pass.?).

Part. tecailse. Vn. 1 teclaim.