do-fúapair, -fúabair, -fóbair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-fúapair, -fúabair, -fóbair or dil.ie/17696

Forms: dosfōpair, dofarfobrit, doforbairt, torpartar, torpartatar, donuapērat

v (*to-fo-uss-ber-)

(a) Trans. attacks, assails. Indic. pres. 3 s. dosfōpair thra ind [N]emain lasodain, TBC² 211 . (of a bull) dofōbair . . . a ndūnud, 880 . dofobair ittu mor inni C., YBL 180a9 , BB 259b42 . Cf. forbair . . . .i. dofhóbair, O'Cl. 3 pl. dofarfobrit in tulaig, TBC 3220 . Perf. 3 s. doforbairt Aedh ┐ Flann an dunadh i n-aithchi, AU 859 . dosfúabart (dosfuabairt, v.l.) cassar mór and a great hail-storm drove down on them there, Im. Brain i 56.12 . do forbartt (-bairt, v.l.) fergg íarom friu anger against them attacked him (?), Trip.² 1302 . 3 pl. do dēcsin Ulad dūs in torpartar (= torpartatar) in mag, TBC² 3100 . mani tor- partadar, 3102 . id e torpartatar in fid, 3119 . Fut. 3 pl. bith condalb donuapērat lāith gaili fer nUlad in dīairmi it will be with the affection of kinsmen they will attack the countless host, TBC² 3382 . With change of preverb: atafoprat oc éicmig impu began screaming at them, Immrama 544 .

(b) Intrans. rushes in, charges, advances (in hostile manner): tofóbair cucai (viz. in tarb) co mbert a inathar as for a bean- daib, TBC² 879 (cofóbair, YBL). dofōbair dochom Fergusa timchell in chatha, 3622 . tofobairt . . . Senach Siabortha ┐ ferait morgleó, LU 3789 ( SC § 36 ). doforbartatar issin tulaig, IT iii 238.116 . dufuburt gaeth wind set in, Rawl. B 512, 35c20 (Plummer MS. notes).