dringid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dringid or dil.ie/18713
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: dringthiar, dréisi, dressed, dreisid, drebraing, dreblaing, drebreann, dréim(m)

v Indic. pres. 3 s. (with deponential ending) dringthiar, ACC § 68 (see Thurn. ZCP xiv 4 , GOI 370 ). ? subj. pres. 2 s. dréisi (treisi, MS.), Ériu i 200.7 . Impf. 3 s. dressed, LL 50a28 ; see also under dreisid. Pret. 3 s. drebraing, dreblaing, Fél. drebreann, Lec. 567a . See GOI 426 . Vn. dréim(m). See also dréimid, dréimnigid. IGT Verbs § 76 .

Climbs, steps, advances .

(a) Usually intrans. folld. by prep.: co domun dringthiar, ACC § 68 ( RC xx 262 ). ro-dringestar cosin mundus dianid ainm nem, ib. Comm. rodrebraing (-dreblaing, v.l.) for nem, Fél. Aug. 26 (.i. rodringestar, LB). co ndringitís for foradhaib . . . do décain Hectoir, TTr.² 1094 . dia ndrengat for sluag C. when they overcome, Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 7 . dring risin tech, RC xiii 60 . fri aradu na catrach uaisli ro dringestar, LU 895 (ACC Comm.). rodringset fris an mbruach alltarach climbed up, Hugh Roe 18.27 . ? tancatar coin . . . cor millset ag inn ánraid | cor dringg ría ndualaig, LL 376a44 . drengait ina cataib `they advance into their dignities', Laws iv 384.17 . gach duine rodringed (tegedh, v.l.) isin charraic, TTebe 257 . drebraing (dreblaing, v.l.) issa síd passed into the peace, Fél. April 2 . rodreb[r]aing gal i mbrunnib na Fomorach, TFerbe 398 . gal ... ra dreblaing ina n-airbrunnib-side, LL 32397 (TTr.). riasiu rodrengat taris before they can get over (of `leaping' trespasses), Laws iv 104.9 Comm. rodrebraing . . . tar mur na cat[h]rac[h], IT ii2 100.25 . dringedh dar dronga subdued , AFM 940 (poem).

(b) Trans. nisdring drenga (= drenna) `does not fight fights', O'Dav. 611 . cach sofis searnar iar ndliged drengar iar frichnum let . . . be scaled (graduated?), Anecd. v 27.1 (with gl. .i. drémnigther don deghfis oca iar frichgnam do). drengaitir dreppa `(genealogical) ladders are climbed', Thes. ii 295.16 (SP v). ard in sceng dron dringed graig `which troops of horses trod', SG 235.3 . dréisi céim `advance a step', Ériu i 200.7 . drebraing (trebraing, v.l.) martrai ṁbúade who advanced to victorious martyrdom, Fél. April 17 .

See dregaid.