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doburchú

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n n, f. (2 dobur + cú) otter . IGT Decl. § 21 . dobur usce, unde dicitur dobarc[h]ú .i. cú uisci, Corm. Y 424 . dobarchú robui isin loch, BS 4.24 . conderna d.¤ desim may he become an otter, Mélusine iv 298.20 . coinfodorne .i. doburchoin , Corm. Y 311 . dochromsat na dobharchoin na dheaghaidh, ITS v 132.19 ( onchoin, ib. 16 ). gabait secht ndoborchona, TBFr. 62 . di chrocnib doborchon, 101 .

As n.pr. Dobarchú a cuiced Laigen, Acall. 4549 . D.¤ o bhfuilit í Dhobharchon, Mélusine iv 298.20 . Cainnech mao meic Dobharchon, Goid. 109 . muinntear Dhobhorchon, ITS xv 21.32 . Máel Doborchon, LL 283b30 . Maelruain mac Maele doborchon, Rawl. 151b21 . m. Maeldoborchon, 117b47 . See dobrán.

? fodobarda

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adj io-iā (dobar) subaqueous, aquatic: coin fodorne .i. doburchoin .i. fodobardai .i. uiscidhe, Corm. Y 311 = dobarchoin fa dhobarnái .i. fo usciu , LB 265b14 ( fodobarnai, Thr. Ir. Gl. 13 ).

fodorne

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n (g s. ?): coin f.¤ .i. doburchoin otters Corm. Y 311 . [fodorne] "ist ... deutlich eine Weiterbildung der Stammform, die as. watar ags. wæter d. Wasser usw. (Gr. ὕδωρ) bewahren," Thurn. KZ 51.60 .