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1 do-eim

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 do-eim or dil.ie/17531

Forms: du-n-em-ni, di-m-emed, doeme, dieim, doeim, do-n-eim, doem, du-n-em, dosfeim, -dim, do-n-emat, doemeat, dofemat, cain-dimet, dimemed, duemtis, du-n-emae, co duema, do-n-ema, du-n-ema, do-n-rema, arinderoima, manin-dimea, dime, dima, dime, donremat, du-n-emmais, do-em-sa, duema, doemfea, do-t-emfet, do-r-ret-sa, doet, doret, du-nd-ret, doroet, domroet, domroed, doemar, duemar, ndimter, do-n-emthar, co do-b-emthar, du-nn-emthar-ni, do-n-emth, innan-dimithe, condimthe, do[b]emthar-si, femed, neph-dite, diti, dítiu

v (* di-em-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 512 ). Ipv. 2 s. du-n-em-ni, Ml. 62d3 , cf. 72d11 . 3 s. di-m-emed, LL 122b48 .

Indic. pres. 2 s. doeme, FB § 11 . 3 s. dieim , Críth G. 54 . doeim, Laws v 174.17 . do-n-eim, Ml. 110d9 . doem, Wb. 9d2 . du-n-em, Ml. 112a5 . dosfeim, SR 253 , cf. 7917 . -dim, Laws iv 184.14 3 pl. do-n-emat, Ml. 39c22 . doemeat, Laws ii 238 . dofemat, Anecd. ii 75 . cain-dimet, Laws iv 184 . Impf. 3 s. dimemed, LL 14191 . 3 pl. duemtis, Ml. 79a6 .

Subj. pres. 2 s. du-n-emae, Ml. 93c18 , cf. 55b2 . 3 s. co duema, 53c2 . do-n-ema, 128b4 . du-n-ema, 74b14 . (with ro-) do-n-rema, Fél. Apr. 13 , June 23 . arinderoima, Ml. 39c22 . manin-dimea, 88c2 . dime, Laws iii 536 . dima, ii 76 . ? dime, v 318.11 . 3 pl. donremat (do-n-roemat, v.l.), Fél. Feb. 3 . Subj. impf. 1 pl. du-n-emmais, Ml. 110b5 . Fut. 1 s. do-em-sa, Ml. 37c20 . 3 s. duema, 74b14 . doemfea, 128c8 . 3 pl. do-t-emfet, 112c1 .

Pret. and perf. 1 s. do-r-ret-sa, Wb. 31a1 . 3 s. doet, TBC-I¹ 2983 . doret, Ml. 16c8 . du-nd-ret, 40b8 . doroet, TFerbe 793 ( LL 258b47 ). domroet, IT i 140 Eg. = domroed, LU.

Pass. pres. s. doemar, Corm. s.v. clí . duemar, Ml. 87d15 , cf. 39c7 . pl. nad ndimter , 100a5 . Subj. pres. s. do-n-emthar, Ml. 112a2 . co do-b-emthar, 53b15 . du-nn-emthar-ni, 127c7 . Subj. impf. s. do-n-emth, Ml. 120c11 . innan-dimithe (= indam-), 107d1 . condimthe, 39c7 . Fut. s. do[b]emthar-si, Ml. 53b18 . Pret. dos femed , SR 8170 (?). rotemhadh, O'Dav. 1554 . Part. neph-dite, Ml. 103c5 . Vbl. of necess. diti, Ml. 145c9 . Vn. dítiu.

Later replaced by 2 dítnid, q.v.

(a) covers, shelters, hides ; gl. velare, Ml. 16c8 , 79a6 , 120c11 ; obtegere, 145c9 . clam .i. doeim in gainem a chorp (allusion to leprous scales?), O'Mulc. 198 . doemeat a dā lōn a dia araind his haunches cover his kidneys (.i. doemeat no tuigit), Laws ii 238 . mór colla . . . dosneim dos dlúit[h] hides them, Fianaig. 14 . in Sagitarium grian dosfeim | os cach rian i n-Nouimbir shelters itself, i.e. is contained, SR 253 . ēsca cid dodfeim | tan doceil nach ngésca nglan? what hides it (in an eclipse?), 7917 ; cf. 8170 : sruama serba . . . | fo chasrachaib dosfemed they were hidden beneath hail-showers ?). tipra tondglan | corp cāin comla dodoemeth (= doda-emed), Anecd. i 61 . doeim in cli innī besid n-isle, doemarsom (dodoemar, LB) onni besad n-uaisliu (like the house-pole between floor and roof) the `cli' covers (i.e. is placed over, dominates) him who is lower (the inferior grades), Corm. Y 275 . ass aire adberar teime marai dosside, fobith dodet muir foir tricaid mbliadan ier ndilind the sea covered it (omit foir, which is perh. due to confusion with do-téit), ZCP iii 240 . domroed (domroet, Eg.) ria sein secht carbtib (the house) has sheltered me with (my) seven chariots, IT i 140 , cf. ZCP v 503 .

(b) protects, defends (this meaning is closely connected with preceding and not always to be distinguished from it, cf. follg. exx.: a lám clé doet in sciath which the shield covered, i.e. protected, TBC-I¹ 2983 . aire doeim elodhach rechta who gives shelter or protection to an absconder from law, Laws v 174 . atait secht n-elaidthi la Feine na dime nemedh De whom the sanctuary of God does not protect, 318 , with gl. .i. . . . nocha ditnenn . . . iatt. Glosses defendere, Wb. 5d34 , Ml. 37c16 , 55b2 , 93c18 , 103c5 ; defensare, 23d3 ; tutari, 128c8 ; tueri, 53c2 , 110b5 ; protegere, 37d11 ; vindicare, 67c5 , 100a5 , 112a2 , c1 , 127c7 , 128b4 . ollam .i. oll diem .i. is oll inni ditness, Corm. Y 998 , cf. Laws iv 28 Comm. du-m-em-se ┐ deich tarm c[h]enn, Ml. 72d11 . di-m-emed art uasal may the noble hero protect me (?), LL 122b48 . is bésad inna flatho doem ┐ dofich, Wb. 9d2 . amal do-n-emat eoin a suthu, Ml. 39c22 . niba samlid doem-sa mo thuaid, 37c20 . ná bad for nert dofema (= do-b-ema), Wb. 5d34 . Folld. by AR protects from, against: airnaib imnedaib do-n-eim-ni, a Dæ, Ml. 110d9 , cf. 74b14 . rob lúirech dom anmuin, domremho (= do-m-rema) ar tedhmaim, ZCP vi 257 . do-n-remat . . . ar cech trógi, Fél. Feb. 3 . Note also: is tú fer aurbága fil la Ultu, dóeme a m-mórgressa ┐ a m-mór-aurgala, FB § 11 . ? cia doroet in cath co croé, TFerbe 793 . See next.

tóla

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tóla or dil.ie/41317

Forms: tóla, thólu, tólaib, tolada

n io, n. (earlier tōlae, Ml. 93b13 ). Vn. of *to-uss-lin- or * to-fo-lin-, GOI 449 . n s. a tóla , Thes. ii 229.32 . d s. di thólu , 256.11 . Later indecl. except for d p. tólaib; cf. also a p. tolada, CCath. 874.

(a) flood, inundation: tolae flechuid, Ml. 93b13 . a t.¤ ┐ in tairsitiu adchí gl. deluuium, Thes. ii 229.32 . dolluid t.¤ usci isin tech, Three Hom. 6.14 . col-linad tola ┐ lia usci less a muime, Lat. Lives 45.8 . ticfat toirne cen tola, SR 8038 . don curp itá a tóla morasa `these strong currents,' Mon. Tall. 149.23 . clad bis fas conidlina tola nuisce, Laws iv 214.9 .i. co linand imad uisci e, 216.3 Comm. do neoch forroi ┐ do lina tola, 220.12 .i. dí neoch línas imadh uisci, 222.9 Comm. ro bhaith isin bliadain chetna mor-thola brena fo tír n-E., BB 24a8 . na frasaibh ┐ na tólaibh tromferthana, CCath. 2337 . gér mór in t.¤ ┐ in gorta rémhthochtach, 2367 . cor lín sen na tola tromtuile hé, 453 .

(b) abundance, large quantity; hosts: t.¤ .i. iomarcaidh, O'Cl. `tola' is `dlumh' da ainm d'iomad, Metr. Gl. 23 § 9 . a ḟír fhlatha fodero | tōla n-etho ar gach n-indra, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 93 § 23 . forloscfiter torthi ... la tola n-echtrand ┐ daescarṡluag, RC xxvi 44 § 225 . dieim ar díantóla[e] slúaig, Críth G. 54 . la tola n-echtrand, LL 188c46 . di thólu æchtrann `from a flood of foreigners,' Thes. ii 256.11 . tola tedmann abundance of diseases, Ériu ii 110 § 30 . mad eisinnraic ... is eicen tola nairech da nurrthach, O'Curry 1050 ( H 3.18, 437a ). it he a folta em tola ngiall i nglassaib, O'Curry 480 ( H 3.18, 249 ). t.¤ diáirme do biastaib, LB 141b33 . tola (tóla, LL) muiréisc tainic and fo tír coro lín fásaighe ┐ fánglenna in tire, Dinds. 76 . t.¤ muir-éisc maigrig mín, Metr. Dinds. iii 426.9 . tola srian sith -uallach, Anecd. ii 58.15 . i torchratar na tolaib | fir hErenn is fomóraig, LL 19b8 . aill is t.¤ catha crūach, ZCP xi 110 § 30 . tola hErend la Cormac | fri Fergus ardri[g] Ulad, xiii 376.19 . Fintan ba fer co scélaib | de tholaib trenaib talman, LL 5b18 . co ttuccsat tola bó, AFM ii 924.2 . ? asrenar ... a tol, a tola, a serbad, O'Dav. 1154 = a toil a tolud, O'D. 2228 ( Nero A vii 153a ).

Very common in chevilles: tola ṅgle, SR 2523 . tola tren, 4575 . tolaib tlacht, 15 . tolaid (leg. tolaib) crich, 5727 (for further exx. see SR glossary). a Chuchulaind tólaib gal, TBC-LL¹ 3687 . do rimmart, gairgiu tólaib | i n-Insi n-ólaig Eógain, Arch. Hib. ii 55 § 19 . tolaib crand, LL 27a16 . tolaib snas, SG 107.3 .

Compd. ¤thuile a great flood: co linastar tolathuile srotha ┐ sruthana, TTebe 285 .