1 do-ingair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 do-ingair or dil.ie/17903

 

Forms: dingarthæ, domringarta, dingrae

v (* di-in-gair-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 535 , Wortk. 209 ).

(a) calls (by a name): issed in dara hainm déc ó ndingarar Críst la Ebraide one of the eleven names by which Christ is called, Corm. Y 750 . conid treda i ndiṅgarar, RC xx 250.3 (ACC). is aire id bo-aire doningairter, O'Curry 882 ( H 3.18 395a ). conid o anmannaib na mban sin doingartatar a cenéla, Rawl. 155b47 . co ndingerthar . . . Brigeoit, 125b18 . Part. dingarthæ gl. appellati, Ml. 93b7 .

In the follg. perh. confused with perf. of do-im(m)gair: domringarta a gabais mo (u)opair ┐ aspered frim . . . `I was watched' ( entreated ?), RC xii 64 § 29 (2 do-ingair?). daringart . . . dig cosind ingin called to the girl for a drink, ZCP viii 310.7 .

Vn. dingrae.