do-immthiret

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-immthiret or dil.ie/17868
Last Revised: 2019

 

v (* to-imb-di-reth-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 598 ) administers, serves (someth.) . Indic. pres. 1 s. toimdirut gl. offitio (= officio), ZCP xxi 281 (cf. fo-timdiriut, Sg. 185b3 ). 3 pl. cindas as fetir nach pecad beith isinti rofeidlich Dia . . . ┐ inti da timir [ ] ┐ da thimthirdead (-d- inserted over -r-) aingil De sasad cach dia? to whom God's angels administer sufficient food daily, YBL 156b5 . Perf. 3 s. ore is mac na deachte dodrimthirid who has administered it ('who hasministered unto it'), Wb. 32c15 . 3 pl. ind aingil dorimthirthetar ueterem legem, 32b5 . As simple vb.: nos forbred cech cuccán . . . da thimthired . . . nothimtired do dhallaib 'every store of food which . . . she served . . . she tended the blind', Three Hom. 58 . ro thimthir a ngal . . . armu eile doib provided them with other weapons, CCath. 2129 . Hence with accus. of person attends, waits upon, ministers to : ma dudrimthirid óis carcre 'if she has attended prisoners', Wb. 28d30 . tonimthirend ind ingen co n-uisci ┐ biud serves him with, RC xi 446 . isí doimthirthed in clērech, KMMisc. 208 § 1 . Cf. also: feib dodrimsired (leg. -rimthired?) beach il-lo ainle as a bee bustles (?), TBC-I¹ 3553 . Vn. timthirecht.