do-im(m)gair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-im(m)gair or dil.ie/17861

Forms: do[m]rim- gair-se, do-dn-imgara, -gera, -timgér, timgēra, timgart, dorimgart, dorimgair, timgartatar, domrimgartsa, timgairid, timgaire

v (*to-imb-gair-, Ped. ii 535 ). Ipv. 2 s. do[m]rim- gair-se, LL 163b7 ( Met. Dinds. ii 6 , cf. v 126 ). Subj. pres. 3 s. do-dn-imgara, -gera, Ériu iii 98 . Fut. 1 s. -timgér, ZCP x 45 § 5. 3 s. timgēra, Im. Brain § 59 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. timgart, ZCP viii 309 . dorimgart, SR 3176 . dorimgair, 4950 , 6555 . 3 pl. timgartatar, FB § 56 . Pass. domrimgartsa, LU 10307 . Later as simple vb. timgairid. Vn. timgaire. Cf. do-airmgert.

(a) asks, claims: ni dhlomhann ┐ ni thiomghair .i. ni dhiultann is ní iarrann, O'Cl. , cf. Hard. ii 296 . timgart .i. rochuinnig, O'Dav. 1558 . doimgair comartha dí asks a token for herself, ZCP viii 310 . mac duine timghair aithe a mhaoeine who asks requital of his treasures (?), ZCP xii 296 . mad in flaith timgaras a biad on ceili, Laws i 186 Comm. timgéra dig, Im. Brain i 29 . asbert M. frisseom ara timgarad a echuir he should ask for its key, 53 . co fordala | do cach óin dodnim- gara let him dispense to all that ask, Ériu iii 98 . dorimgart- seom a eneclaind for Midir, Met. Dinds. ii 4 . dorimgart Fergus a giallu, Ériu iv 24 . timgair giallae co Duball, ZCP xii 236 . doimgairett dul chuice ask that they may approach her, Arch. iii 326 . dorimgart in rechtaire in claideb do reicc ris do Socht asked S. to sell him the sword, IT iii 200 . ni sinn rothim- gair . . . | do chor do dindgnaib richid it was not we who de- manded thy expulsion, SR 1731 . rothiomghair a breith dom thigh, Buile S. 156 . timairgid (leg. timgairid) celebrad de M. aks leave to depart, BColm. 22 . in timgér celebrad cóir | d'innsi móir mac Miled Múaidh? shall I take leave of?, ZCP x 45 § 5 . timgartatar Ulaid celebrad, FB § 56 . burba inna fecheman timgarat inna cesta `the ignorance of the advocates who seek to solve the difficulties' (? who ask, plead the questions), Laws ii 130 Comm. muna timgartar air he unless they (debts) are demanded of him, 272 Comm.

(b) asks for, calls, summons: tria aslach . . . dorimgart 'n-a comlepaid invited (of Potiphar's wife), SR 3176 . dorimgart corp do chrí chain | in ri doridnacht talmain has asked, i.e. called (formed) a body from clay, 2019 . ind anim dorigni (Dia) dam | hé rostimgair . . . he has called (claimed), 2066 . Adam mac Dé . . . dorimgair Fíadu findnār, 4950 . aingel De thimgair cach slog who convenes (?), 3045 . timgart ind ingen (leg. in n-ingin) chucci il-ligi, ZCP viii 309 . ? is [saer] ém domrimgartsa ó Lug, LU 10307 . do-riomghart a anmchara a dhochum, Hugh Roe 262 .

(c) Doubtful cases: ri rothimgair im cach mbuaid | ro- miscnig fingail fo[r]ruaid, SR 2477 . feib rothimgair Caïn cíar | cetna fingail for Abíal perpetrated (?), 2717 . romallach Dia Chaïn cruaid | is cech oen nogeinfed uaid | he fein rothimgair co trén | triana fingail for Abél checked, punished (?), Rawl. 76a20 = BB 7b31 , Lec. 74a40 = rothimairg, LL 141b45 (perh. orig. reading; for confusion of timgair- and timairg- cf. BColm. 22.26 quoted above). rodastroeth cech n-olc . . . rosglaed cech locht . . . dosrimgair arsech cói cath punished, subdued (?), SR 6555 ; cf. also 3045 quoted above, which admits of same meaning.