do-feth

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Forms: dofaeth, dufáid

v (*to-(fo)-eth- ? See Ped. ii 514 ) comes, goes: dofeith la turcbáil ngréne fer find, Im. Brain § 16 (dofeth, dofaeth, v.l.). dofeith (dofeth, dofét, v.l.) in slúag tar muir, § 17 . dofeith (dofet, dofeth, dufed, v.l.) sóire lea sláini don tír, § 21 . (prov.) urraid cách ara ní (ar ní, v.l.) dofeith (dofet, v.l.), Anecd. ii 64 (see O'Don. Suppl. s.v. do-fed ). dofed andes a ndáil Fiadhatt . . . Columb Cille C.C. comes from the south to meet the Lord (?), ZCP viii 197 § 1 . triar for fecht feili dofhidh on which he goes, Auraic. 2247 . dofethet Ulaid hi ndún (= a nd.¤), IT iii 551 ( TFerbe (Eg.) 63 ). dofethet (dosethet, MS.) iarum co rancadar costad a chele, IT ii2 229.56 (dotoegat, Eg.). ? Pret. dufáid a lecc inna degaid, Trip.² 781 (dofoid, v.l.). do fhōeth Ailill mac Māgach JCS i 84 § 12 .