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do-scé(u)lai

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Forms: doscéulaim, dusceulai, dosceulai, tosceuli, toscelai, tosceli, dusceula, dussceulat, dusceulub, nachat-toscelfat, taiscéltae, taiscélad, taiscélaid

v (* to-sceul-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 617 ) Indic. pres. 1 s. doscéulaim, Sg. 145b2 . 3 s. dusceulai, Ml. 68d12 , 102a22 . dosceulai, Thes. ii 39.29 . tosceuli, 25 . ni toscelai , Bvi 56 ( Thes. ii 35 ). ni tosceli , BCr. 32b7 ( Thes. ii 18 ). Subj. pres. 3 s. dusceula, Ml. 95c4 . 3 pl. dussceulat, 83b8 . Fut. 1 s. dusceulub, Ml. 59a2 . 3 pl. nachat-toscelfat, 107c11 . Part. taiscéltae. Vn. taiscélad. Later as simple vb. taiscélaid.

(a) finds out, ascertains: gl. experiri, Sg. 145b2 , and constantly in Ml.; explorare, Ml. 68c10 . Later oft. with added notion of finding out secretly, spying: ar na taiscelad nech dib eter a biad-som do blassacht so that none of them might find out his food to taste it, RC viii 54 ( LL 115b2 ). ité cetnai thorscelsat epert techta isna sidhe, BB 34b43 . batar cartanaigh . . . imoroile . . . o rotaiscelsat airrdhe ┐ innethem cechtar n-ae uaidhibh, Leb. Gab.(i) 224 . is mor do guasachtaibh catha ┐ comluinn rotaiscelsubair maille frim you have experienced, CCath. p. 46 n. 1 .

(b) makes known, discloses, reveals: is ingen Iepte cetatosceoil ingena oc duchann la Ebru ó dingnu do dingna who first made known (introduced) (the custom of) maidens chanting (cf. Judges xi 37 , 38 ), O'Mulc. 213 . is accu ro taiscelad ar tús cíchi ban do nochtad, LL 13765 . Eocha Feidlech . . . cetatoscel fedli do comrac la cethrai, 298 . iarnnberla . . . ar a duibe in belrae ┐ ar a dorchatae . . . co nāch erasa taisscelad ind it is not easy to communicate (?) anything in it, Corm. Y 755 = taiscélad trit-sin, LB. Cf. in fil ni asa toirscelta dliged . . . athgabala, O'Curry 784 ( H 3.18 367a ). (morituros victurosque prosentiens atque denuncians) an uair taisgeltus (= taisgēlus) ┐ foillsigios na daoine do gheibh beatha, 24 P 22, 5.11 . gach ni innarbtar ōn corp, dlighinn tuarascbail taisgelta na hesláinte do beth leis symptoms for diagnosis, 23 P 10, 27b5 (see taiscélad). an drong dheaghfhear nach dtréigead ┐ nách dtaisgéladh a dtighearna who would not abandon or betray, ML 86 .

dúchann

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n chant, song, melody: duchonn .i. loinniucc nó ceól, O'Dav. 606 . esnad .i. ní nath acht is duchand, Corm. Y 562 ; O'Mulc. 431 . asbert epscop E. in duchandsa dia formolad na Colman, BColm. 32 . a hesnada, a duchne, Ériu iv 163 . do gabhadh duana ┐ duthchonna, ITS v 108 . do ghabhadar duanta ┐ dubhchanna a sean ┐ a sinnsear, Maguires of F. § 86 . oc creicc duan ┐ duchand ┐ drécht, Acall. 4665 v.l. dord duchand, RC xv 433 ( Dinds. 42 ) = dord duchunn, BB 372b44 . d.¤ duchenn, Lec. 470b13 . do ghabhail a nduan ┐ a ndubhchonn, CF 76 . As quasi-vn. singing, chanting: na hingena nobítís ic amrán ┐ ic duchund, TTr.² 1086 , cf. LL 405a18 . is [in]gen Iepte ceta-tosceoil ingena oc duchann la Ebru o dindgnu do dingna, O'Mulc. 213 . Cf. murdúchu.

1 esnad

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Forms: esnada

n f. (see K. Meyer, Wortk. 230 ) a musical sound, a roaring or droning, used of the moaning or roaring of wind, the singing of certain birds, and a certain kind of human singing (humming ?): esnad .i. abhran, O'Dav. 777 (citing Fél. Ep. 157 , see below). easnadh, .i. ceol; e.¤ .i. amhrán no binneas; e.¤ na gaoithe .i. osnadh na gáoithe, O'Cl. esnad .i. ni nath acht is duchann , O'Mulc. 431 . Corm. Y 562 . esna .i. fogar vel ceol, O'Curry 2016 (< H 4.22, 36a ). esnadh gaithe rodo seite, Snedg. u. Mac R § 22 = YBL 12b6 . esnad na gáithe gairge, Metr. Dinds. iii 212.45 . atchualasa and dana esnad gaithi aduairi, LL 235b 20 = ( TTr. 1382 ). isí esnad gaithi..., 236a5 = TTr. 1411 . esnad na cóic n-ess, Metr. Dinds. i 42.57 . fogur gáeithe... amal esnad mbrátha `blast of Doom' TTr.² 852 . essnad ealao, alaind ceoul, K. and H. 29 . esnad daim, LL 298a31 = SG 366.27 . gair bind banchuire. esnadh cubaidh, Snedg. u. Mac R § 41 = YBL 13a17 . ba hesnad ainm in chiuil dignitis na fianæ um an bfulacht fiansæ, Corm. Y 562 . cach óen dia mba esnad | a sóerchetul mbúansa, Fél. Ep. 157 (with gl.: [.i. adban] .i. canfas co binn, O'Dav. 777 ). esnad (essnad YBL) in choicat láech...do airfitiud in tan batis mesca na dáma. esnad dano in choicat ingen...ina lennaib corcraib...┐ a n-esnad [a sianan ┐ a n-andord ┐ a n-esnam v.l.] oc airfitiud in tṡlúaig. esnad in choecat chruitte ac talgud in tslúaig do chiul, RC xxv 30 § 15 - § 17 . pl. esnada Tigi Buchat `The Songs of Buchet's House' 32.5 (esnad, esnamh v.l.). essnad th. Buiched, YBL 113a46 . tromm essnadha Assail `the groans of A.' AFM an. 884 (see Wortk. 230 ). Cf. 3 esnach.

murdúchann, murdúchu

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: mhurdhúchuinn, murdhuach, muirdhiúch, murdhúchann, muruchu, -duchu, murdhuchann, murduchand, mardhucann

n o, m. later n, f. (muir + dúchann , Ériu xxix 142, 148 ), a mermaid, siren (?) a s. don mhurdhúchuinn , IGT Dec. ex. 433. Mod.Ir. murdhuach, muirdhiúch, murdhúchann, Dinneen . muruchu (leg. -duchu), gl. siren, Ir. Gl. 1020. is é Cacher druí dorat in leges dóib dia mboí in murdúchand oca medrad, LL 3a2 , cf. ar medhradh na murduchann, Leb. Gab.(i) i 204.19 (of same incident). muirduchonn [sic leg.] do ghabail d'iasgairibh Coradh L., AU ii 98.21 = murdhuchann, AFM ii 1006.14 . co cuala . . . dord na murdúchand di Muir Icht, LL 169a14 (g s. or g p.?). muirn na murduchand mara, Metr. Dinds. iii 190.15 (g p.). co nach cualadar san enni acht imall [leg. nuall] . . . na mardhucann , CF 40. na murduchaínd .i. ingena . . . co c[n]essaib gela úas uíscib, RC xv 433.3 . tarla murrdhúchainn ar an muir . . . ┐ do chandaois ceol, Keat. ii 536 . na hegaisc thoratharrda ┐ na murduchaind muridi ┐ cach drong doigdealbda fil for dainib 'the monstrous forms and the maritime sirens and every misshapen group that is among men', CMCS lxiii, 46 .