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ad-cota

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ad-cota or dil.ie/404
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Forms: incotar, atchotaim, -etaim, (m)atumchotaise, -ētai, atchota, chota-sum, atcotand, -eta, -éta, ad-féad, -ētom, adcotat, -ētat, adcotar, atchotaiter, ad-étar, -etaither, atcotaim, cota, adcot, -etur, -étasa, adcota, -eta, -étam, -étid, -état, -étar, do-d-chotaind, adcotad, (má)'d-chotad, -etis, -etaitis, -etaitis, fétais, adchotatae, adchota, adcotad, -etada, -etfa, atchotfam, -etatham, aracotar, bocotáidfer, -étastar, -etfathar, -étaste, -étatais, adcotadus, adchodadossa, adcotad, adcotade, ad cotedae, adcotada, atcotaidhi, -etade, -étada, do-ēt, rohet, roet, ét, adchotadsam, adcotadsam, asincotasum, -etarsem, atchotatsat, adcotatsat, adcotaiset, docotaiset, -étatsat, -edaisset, -etaiset, -etsat, atchotad, do-etad, -etatha, etaide, ro-ēta, ro-étt, -étad, étaithi, -féta, -heta, -ettus, -fetus, et, éttae

v , (*ad(in)-com-ta-) prot. stem ét- (*in-ta); cf. incotar, O'Dav. 510 . Irregular verb with redupl. future, redupl. s-pret., and without distinction of form between indic. and subj. (except in 1 s.) or between pret. and perf. See GOI (in particular §§ 544 , 680 , 708 ), Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 638 , Études Celt. iii 231-2 . Later fétaid, q.v. IGT Verbs § 60 .

Indic. pres. 1 s. atchotaim, Irish Texts i 8 § 25 . -etaim, LU 6217 . 2 s. (m)atumchotaise, LU 10872 (TE2, Ériu xii 182 ). -ētai, Sc.M² 14 . 3 s. atchota, LU 10267 . ? ba chota-sum , CRR 54.10 (`he obtained'). atcotand, PH 4949 . -eta, Ériu vii 144.3 . -éta, RC xxvii 298.8 . Cf. ad-féad, DDána 23.32 . 1 pl. -ētom, TBC-I¹ 1235 ( LU 5709 ). 3 pl. adcotat, Wb. 6a6 . -ētat, Arch. Hib. ii 58 § 1 . pass. adcotar, Ml. 92b9 . atchotaiter (pl.), Rawl. 80a36 ( ZCP i 497.24 ), ? ad-étar, BDD² 573 (see notes). -etar, Ml. 126b19 . -etaither, Laws v 184 n. 1 . With -ro- (or change of preverb?) arcotaim, LU 10258 = atcotaim, ZCP iii 234 § 18 . ar cota , O'Curry 440 (H. 3. 18, 237a).

Subj. pres. 1 s. adcot, Ml. 60c6, 92a17 . -etur, TBC-LL¹ 155 ( Ériu xiv 88 ). 2 s. -étasa, TBFr. 164 . 3 s. adcota, Ml. 20a13 . -eta, 32d15 . 1 pl. -étam, Ériu iii 108 § 51 . 2 pl. -étid, Wb. 22d 20 . 3 pl. -état, Wb. 31b18 . pass. -étar, Ardm. 17a2 ( Thes. ii 239.3 ). Subj. impf. 1 s. do-d-chotaind(?), Ériu xii 184.8 (TE2). 3 s. adcotad, Ml. 39c5 . (má)'d-chotad, BDD² 32 . 3 pl. -etis, Ml. 107c12 (? leg. -etaitis, note). -etaitis, 130b6 . ? fétais, LU 4065 . pass. adchotatae, Ml. 100c23 . ? adchota, LU 5832 = adcotad, TBC-I¹ 1360 (for O. Ir. adcotae, note).

Fut. 3 s. -etada, Ml. 129b5 . -etfa, RC xliii 56 § 57 . 1 pl. atchotfam (rel.), RC xiii 375.9 . -etatham, Cambr. 38a ( Thes. ii 247.23 ). On the future forms see Hull, ZCP xxix 175 - 6 . pass. ? aracotar, Ml. 118d10 (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 638 , Études Celt. xl 78 ). ? bocotáidfer, TBC-LL¹ 3749 (1 s. with depon. ending, Ériu xiv 52 ). -étastar, Trip.² 1362 . -etfathar, AFM i 478.12 . Condit. pass. s. -étaste, Ml. 43d20 . pl. -étatais, Ml. 124d9 .

Pret. 1 s. adcotadus, Ml. 44c18 . adchodadossa (rel.), Wb. 7a16 . 3 s. adcotad, Ml. 43d24 . adcotade (sic leg.?), 89c1 . ad cotedae, Ardm. 18a1 ( Thes. ii 240.23 ). adcotada, AU 869 (i 382.5) . ? atcotaidhi, Auraic. 133 . -etade, Ml. 111b20 . -étada, Sg. 50a3 . do-ēt, Ériu ii 50 § 7 . Cf. rohet, SR 1058 . roet, 7510 . níros ét , Trip.² 2663 (cf. fétaid (but see Celtica xviii 52 )). 1 pl. adchotadsam (rel.), Ml. 92c5 . adcotadsam, Tur. 97 . asincotasum (with inf. pron.), Anecd. i 41.12 . -etarsem, ii 57.12 . 3 pl. atchotatsat (with inf. pron.), Ml. 54a9 . adcotatsat, 67b10 . adcotaiset, ACL iii 18.7 . Trip.² 719 . docotaiset, Trip. ii 647 . -étatsat, Ml. 57a3 . -edaisset, RC xvii 29.18 . -etaiset, AFM i 122.z . -etsat, Ann. Conn. 1230.3 (cf. fétaid). Pass. atchotad, LU 5711 ( TBC-I¹ 1236 ). do-etad, Laws i 66.6 Comm. -etatha, Anecd. iii 61.4 . etaide, PH 8041 . ro-ēta, Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 36 . ro-étt, Hugh Roe 2.11 . -étad, IT i 74.17 . étaithi, Ériu xi 43.23 . -féta, TBC-I¹ 1583 . -heta, Hugh Roe 152.5 . at-chotas, Ériu xxxv 72 § 4 , cf. KZ xxviii 350ff , GOI § 708 . -ettus, IT iii 239.131 . -fetus, Ériu v 28.5 .

Verbal of necess. ? et, LL 246a6 . Part. éttae. Vn. 2 ét (cf. étáil?).

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(a) gets, obtains, procures: intan adcotat aní adchobrat, Ml. 87c3a . nā tīachar secha co rētar fer rolaa id samlaid, TBC-I¹ 255 ( LU 4740 ). nech guides banscal ┐ nisneta, Ériu vii 144.3 . fer conae deis nathar . . . amail atcota riam `in the same condition that he found it before him', Laws iv 348.2 . atcotai soc[h]ell saidbres (gnomic formula), Anecd. iii 10.16 (Briathra Flainn Fína maic Ossu). atcota bith bronnud, ZCP vii 297.z . adcoda lubhra luinne, O'Cl. (lubhra). in fail naill adcota dam? which thou obtainest for me, Lat. Lives 35.15 . etá dam . . . cid bia (leg. lá) conaidchi ittrib féin is due to me (verbal of necess.), LL 246a6 . With prep. introducing person from whom something is obtained: atchotatsat fordia `they obtained it from God', Ml. 54a9 . pret. (perf). perh. in sense has (lit. has got, see Études Celt. iii 231 - 2 ): amal adidchotatsat as they have (obtained) it, Sg. 50a3 . ní conétada . . . rainn, Sg. 188a4 . coic thintuda . . . / atchotaiter for salmu there are five translations of the psalms, Rawl. 80a36 ( ZCP i 497.24 ). Note also: ` adchoda' dlighedh dleaghair, Metr. Gl. 26 § 30 . adcoda .i. rotectad nó rodamud, Stowe Gl. 5 .

(b) Of an action, concession, permission, etc. : ní ḟétas guth asa chind he could not be prevailed upon to speak, BDD² 886 . mani éta nech a ḟrepaid if no cure is available to a person, Críth G. 59 . nār étar do brath may you not be betrayed, KMMisc. 264.15 . conad feta ni dib so that nothing could be done with them (of cattle), Dinds. 142 ( RC xvi 153 ). B . . . . / 'sē do-ēt comrainn i cū[ic] discovered (invented) (of a fivefold division of Munster), Ériu ii 50 § 7 . With prep. introducing person from whom the action is obtained: ni hētar forsin trēnfir comracc frim the warrior cannot be got to fight me, TBC-I¹ 1287 ( LU 5758 ). dochostis itir a tobor ┐ sliab acht nād ētad ō Meidb but that they could not get leave from M., 894 ( LU 5370 ). ni hetus h-uaim fess ri fer díb, IT i 120.21 . ni hetas on righ acht a bas, Lism. L. 1397 . ro guid Brenaind beus. Ní etus úaide, Irish Texts i 18 § 54 .

II Hence is able, can (cf. fétaid): forcraid a chethra[e] . . . nád éta [do] reicc ar thír which he cannot sell for land, Críth G. 251 . nī ētaim . . . techt sech nechdar in dā roth, TBC-I¹ 700 ( LU 5180 ). dena gen go heda do although you cannot(?), Triads 113 v.l. Cf. ní is n-etfaitis ethra no boats could overtake it (a monster), Lism. L. 2227 .

ad-ella

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Forms: ataella, -aidle, adnellat, aidlidh, ad-ellad, -aidled, ad-rella, atella, āirle, roadelta, atdubelliub, adnelliub, adeilliub, -adliub, -aidlibe, -aidliba, -aidlébthai, ad-ella, ad-ell, edla, ad-rell, -adallsat, adalsad, ad-ralsat, aidled, aidlid, adall

v (* ad-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 509 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. ataella, Wb. 19b15 . -aidle, LL 204a32 . 3 pl. adnellat, Ml. 102a15 . Ipv. 2 p. aidlidh, Gael. 50, 123 ( Blathm. 53 ). Impf. 3 s. ad-ellad, Mon. Tall. 132.1 (§ 11) . -aidled, ACC 94 .

Subj. pres. 2 s. (with -ro-) ad-rella, Fianaig. 14.29 . 3 s. atella, Trip.² 2158 . nīs āirle , CB 180 § 59 gl. 9 . Impf. 2 s. roadelta, RC iii 176.34 .

Fut. 1 s. atdubelliub, Wb. 7a4 . adnelliub, 14a6 . adeilliub, a7 . -adliub, RC ii 176.33 . 3 s. -aidlibe, Trip.² 864 . -aidliba, BDD² 1251 (= -aidléba, LU 7718 ). Condit. pass. sg. -aidlébthai, BDD² 709 .

Pret. and perf. 3 s. ? ad-ella, Thes. ii 320.7 (or historic pres., Ped. loc. cit.). ad-ell , LU 4981 . ? edla, Ériu viii 28.24 . ad-rell, SR 7631 . 3 pl. -adallsat, Blathm. 72 . adalsad, TBC-I¹ 2908 . ad-ralsat, Metr. Dinds. iii 272.35 . pass. sg. cen cor aidled , O'Dav. 1373 . Later as simple vb. aidlid.

Vn. adall.

Visits, approaches: is cuit adaill adnellat sidi in fini, Ml. 102a15 . adella in Patraicc naile, Thes. ii 320.7 ( Hy. ii 65 ). ataella-som he draws nigh to her, RC iii 177.5 . nī adalsad a mendot for Bōaind they had not gone near his dwelling-place, TBC-I¹ 2908 . aidlis Eochaid in lúachair `E. approached the rush bed', Metr. Dinds. iii 344.73 . aidliss do chelebrad de Fhiachraig, LL 7301 . is annsin edla Ruad mac Mogairn anair . . . i cenn Maige Nia `sped', Ériu viii 28.24 . niconaidlefa a anim pé[i]n n-iffirn, Ériu ii 202 § 20 . intí nād adli in crois, nico n-arfaem cēsad Crist aire, ZCP v 498.25 . With prep. co: adella cuccu, LL 14133 . ad-ella in ben . . . a dochomb, BDD² 1503 ( chuice, LU 7968 ). With prep. LA referring to subject: atdubelliub lemm, Wb. 7a4 . is dual deit-si, sét nāch lag, / m'fithchell, adarella lat approach it(?), Fianaig. 14.29 . adell Conchobar lais a cluichimag, TBC-I¹ 492 ( LU 4981 ). adellat leo cu teach F., TE² 56 § 20 . In extended meanings: ataella indbennacht doratad for abracham `passes to them', Wb. 19b15 . fó lemm ci atella méithe though fatness visits them, Trip.² 2158 . nomaidlet ilcēola, BColm. 30.20 . suil adralsat a ngliaid nglé / rogabsat a commairge `entered on' Metr. Dinds. iii 272.35 . ní aidleth toinn ná féoil (of a carver) touched, TBFr. 127 . aidlid a lám scoith `his hand touches a flower', Fél. 40.12 . ní aidlébthai innd orguin the slaughter would not be undertaken, BDD² 709 ( LU 7110 ). co tagaib nech ní adella `how does one recover his security?' Ériu xi 51.1 . Perh. also: eneclann cáich iar nairille atren atidella .i. ícuidh in eneclann sin in cach aidlis in cinuid, O'D. 629 ( H 3.17, 468 ) = adaella, O'D. 2220 (Nero A 7, 150a) (Cf. O'Dav. 44 ). ? ataella .i. tadall, ut est is iar suide ataella fiacha elguin in cluichi so .i. is iarsan mbasugud ata tadhall do fiachaib comhraiti isan cluichi so, O'Dav. 157 . Of sexual intercourse: indí . . . adellad ilsétchi ┐ duamberar cland `those that frequent various mates and have children born to them', Mon. Tall. 132.1. (§ 11) . maccleirech adella banscail, Ériu vii 142.18 . cin cor aidled nechtar de in dá imat sin, O'Dav. 1373 .

áilsed

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n neglect, negligence: ní rop á.¤ (: tháinsem), Fél. Ep. 522 . ní hadlicgi álsidi. a ḟasnís do ócaib Ulad, LL 11488 ( TBC-LL¹ 4768 ) = ni hadlaic ailseda. Aisnes d'ocaib Uladh, TBC St. 4012 (? read ni hadlaic a.¤ a aisnes, ed.). á.¤ (ailsi, v.l.) nadma i.e. neglect of the `naidm' 's duty to levy execution against the defaulting principal, Críth G. 305 and p. 101 ; Bürgschaft p. 60 f. tobhach gin aillsi . . . ┐ dia nderna aillsi tobhaich is tri seoit fair, O'D. 573 ( H 3.17, 442 ). trí seoit air i nailsed tobaigh, 1689 (H. 5.15, p. 30b). letrait gach an (aon, v.l.) doberait aillsedh fora leas, O'Dav. 1542 (cf. O'D. 2228 , Nero A vii 153a). cen eislis .i. cin ailsead lesa na flatha, Laws ii 268.24 Comm. cen ni [i]mgona acht ni ailse na dindruide .i. cen co derna imgoin he acht na raibh a nailsiudh imgona, iii 54.4, 56.11 Comm. cona boi dic[h]ell no ailsec[h]t (leg. ailsed) ic slógh dibh, CCath. 5543 . aillsi .i. faillige, O'Cl.

airguinech

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adj o, ā (guinech) murderous: erguinigh .i. doniat guin na nér .i. na nuasal, O'Curry 458 ( H 3.18, 243b ). in t-ell nerguinech cned ra fearastar a coibdelach don mnai etc., O'D. 2371 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 44c ) `the murderous impulse', Plummer MS. notes; 'wounding strap', Mar. Dis. 42 § 21 (see note).

álaig

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Forms: ālaigh, alaig, álaig, áilche, álcho, alcha, álchaib, álad, aladh, alaig, alaigh

n f. n s. ind ālaigh (: Adhuimh), ZCP viii 195 § 4 . a s. alaig, LU 4267 . d s. álaig, Metr. Dinds. ii 62.11 . n p. áilche, ZCP xi 86 § 42 . álcho, vii 268 § 5 . alcha, v 485 § 2 . d p. álchaib, Fianaig. 26.7 . Later álad o, m. in phrase a.¤ ┐ airlabra (? infl. of allud). n s. aladh, Hugh Roe² 342.19 . g s. alaig, 2.17 . alaigh (sic leg.), 72.21 .

Habit, behaviour, practice: it olc[a] álcho do chuirp, ZCP vii 268 § 5 . utmall alcha ócduine, LL 121a marg. sup. alcha bár (.i. bēsa súadh), ZCP v 485 § 2 (B. na f.). is di álchaib ind ḟir léith / labrad a cobraud a scéith `it is one ot the habits of the grey-head', Fianaig. 26.7 . Baetán nar brónach á.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iv 340.15 . it é a n-āilche nasluinniur dūib ... nī gonat cnes, crūaidh a mbara, atgonat cride, ACL iii 297 § 53 . cnáifed dia á.¤ (álaid alaibh falaig v.l.) óg n-ell `it would have wasted by its doings all the kine' (of a serpent). Metr. Dinds. ii 62.11 . Of good habit, virtue: dech áilche ainmne the best of all virtues is patience, ZCP xi 86 § 42 . ere crábaid co censai / álaig (alaib aluigh (.i. besa), aluid v.ll.), Ériu ii 65 § 10 . fer in grāid rogrādhaig Dia / dligid a ālaig nemh nūa, ACL iii 307 § 22 . rúagh ind ālaigh virtue is blighted(?), ZCP viii 195 § 4 . Of good manners: at mathi ... fir Breg ... im gnáis im alaig im sotlotus, LU 4267 . in mind mail (.i. is ferr ict ┐ alaig tainic), Ériu viii 172.20 . Freq. with airlabra: iter gaís ┐ á.¤ ┐ errlabrae, BDD² 1076 . inmain t'á.¤ is t'irlabra, LL 10892 (TBC). gnúis (= gnás § 80 v.l.), alaig, erlabra, Triads § 86 . aladh .i. bésa maith, p. 38 . do raithne a gnuis a aladh ┐ [a] erlabhra, Hugh Roe² 342.19 . Note further: alaigh .i. glicus, ut est: alaigh a cainbesa, Ériu xiii 63 § 24 . aladh .i. gliocas: tré álaigh a urlabhra, O'Cl.

Of an ingenious act: clesradh dognith forsna cairib ingnadh alaig (: lāmaib), Anecd. i 57 § 59 . séig indiu glasreng indé / ingnad alaig utmaille, LU 1328 ( Imr. Brain ii 291 ).

baíde

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Forms: boíde, búide

n , f. (baíd) also boíde, búide

(a) affection, tenderness, attachment: ar boídi a athar his father was so attached (to him), Trip.² 1612 (baíde, v.l.) cennsu . . . ┐ trōcaire ┐ bāidhe, Otia ii 96.21 . buide na trocaire `kindness', Aen. 837. dosrat cen baide fomnad / fo dóire, SR 5281. mo heich, mo charpait, mo bāide do Mane, ZCP viii 305.5 = baede, Rawl. 138a28 . a Medb co mbaide (: rodaíne), LL 7137. a rí na baíde (: naíme), Metr. Dinds. iv 208.97 (baidheg, buidi, baighe, baide, v.ll.). ar do bāidhi, a bāidhathair / . . . / nīmreilce isin searbcarcair, Ériu iii 30 § 17. báidhe mor ┐ caer condailbhi ┐ gradh a n-athardha, CCath. 618. a bunad na huli buide, PH 162. breith le baidhe . . . la hua Domhnaill `a partial sentence for O'D.', AFM v 1282, n.g (cf. báid). baidhe no baoidhe .i. báoidheamhleacht no faidigheacht, O'Cl.

In phr. ell mbáide (see ell , 3 etal): ell mbáidhe ┐ condailbhe, TBC-LL¹ p. 429 n.6 . co ndēnaind ella bāide imme, Moling 39 .

do-gní b.¤ (FRI, IMM, AR) is kind (to), deals gently (with): is ris dorigni C.C. in mbáide, LU 368. nech . . . doneth bōidiu nō trōcuirie immum, Cáin Ad. 9. déna bóide ar do bidbaid, Ériu vi 114 § 4 (: noīme).

As quasi-vn. ic bāidhe immut caressing, fondling , Otia ii 96.1 . occ buidhe frisin náeidhin, Anecd. ii 17.22 .

(b) piety: an bhúidhe (= piedad), Desid. 6689. tré bhúidhe (one of the seven gifts of the Holy Ghost) bhímíd crāibhtheach ┐ umhal do Dhia, Parrth. Anma 3305. buidhe ┐ eagla an Tighearna = piety, Donlevy 238.17 . go buidhe, 420.3 . Cf. baíthe.

? buidell

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n b.¤ spredghaile ┐ achmusan ┐ imresain ┐ imsergaile, IT iii 95 § 149. Poss. compd. of báid (búid) + ell . Cf. ell báide, see ell, ella.

ceppach

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Forms: ceapcha, ceapaighe

n ā, f. (cepp) IGT Decl. § 37 (g s. ceapcha; form ceapaighe proscribed).

(a) Orig. piece of ground where trees have been felled ; `a plot of ground laid out for tillage', O'D. Suppl.: imteact daill isin ceapaigh (name of a metre), IT iii 100.32 . i tochor tāith, hi crāibech ngeiredh, hi cepaig sensaille, MacCongl. 121.33 . in cepach échtadbal iarcúlach sin (of a glade in a forest where a fight took place), Caithr. Thoirdh. 79.26 . do romhar ceapcha ina ccuirfidhe an began síl do bhi aca, BNnÉ 163.19 . nocha n-uil orrlach uile / a connlach na ceapaighe (lochtach), IGT Decl. ex. 958 . 'nar gceapach féin `in my plot of land', Aithd. D. 89.35 (? leg. ar gc.¤ , ed.).

(b) Fig. of slaughter : do-rinnedar . . . urlaidhi agarbh . . . ┐ cepach (ceapthach, v.l.) cirrthi do c[h]uradhuib cros-roinnti a timc[h]ell a tigerna, ML² 1850 . fā h-ár gan áirem ┐ fā cepach gan céill, 1742 . gur bho ceapthach, chiorrtha, chrosmharbtha na catha `ridges', ML 86.13 . tugatar cath cepcha etarra, Celt. Rev. i 226.15 (`stubborn').

(c) Freq. in n. loc. ? conid siat ro selaig in Ceppaig Ferna Moir atúaid (? sic leg.), LL 36901 . conid sé . . . ro leasaig cepaigh Cusantin i.e. cleared and cultivated what is now C. Cusantin, Fél. 92.30 . srón chaillighe Ceapcha (? sic leg.), IGT Decl. ex. 954 . láimh re Ceapaig an Aráin, O'Rah. (1900) 242.5 . See also Hog. Onom.

cnaïd

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Forms: cnaídid, cnám, cnaí(ded)

v later cnaídid. IGT Verbs § 42 . gnaws away, consumes, disperses : ro cnaí daíl a choiss, Trip.² 2862 . tart / cnaifes Araind n-ain, Anecd. ii 41.y . cnáifed dia álaig óg n-ell `would have wasted' (of a serpent), Metr. Dinds. ii 62.11 . gerden ros cnái ... / trénfer cech lae dia ndigbail (of Goliath), SR 5787 . nochnaife in muir (of land), Lism. L. 2184 . leath somuine le rath narm ... fo bith no chnoíend meirg é, O'D. 513 ( H 3.17, 417 ). mina ḟaghbhuid ni cnaighid (cnaieat, cnaied, v.ll.) nó loiscid (of fires), CCath. 1696 . dona fiaclaib sin no chnaetís taebu na míled, Alex. 742 = rochnaitis, ZCP xxx 132 . do chnaei lé teas in tarad / nach ragad fuí meas Muman, IGT Verbs ex. 380 . ar gach fonn / do cná an tonn, Rel. Celt. ii 238.26 . cnaiigh in tes `heat resolves', Rosa Angl. 98.8 . do chnaoi an doirche deamhnoidhe (: caoi) `dissolved the demon murk', Arch. Hib. i 92.6 .

Of mental anguish: do cach cheist chialchaid rotchná (: Pedamachá), SR 6975 . rom chnaoi i gceas (of death of noblemen), DDána 79.30 . sna croidhibh do chná (: dtá) which he has afflicted, 23 . ro-d-chnaoí mur othar easlán, KMMisc. 244.24 . Rarely wastes away (intrans.): go gcnaóighid ... ar son a n-éigceirt, Ez. iv 17 . cnaoididh na spirid = spiritus dissolvunt, ZCP xviii 270.16 .

Vn. cnám, cnaí(ded).

coicill

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Forms: cogailt, cagailt, cogaill, cagaill, coigilt, caigilt, coigill, caigill, cogail, cagail

n (orig. -ell ā, f. ? Cf. coicell) vn. of con-ceil (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 483 ). cogailt cagailt cogaill cagaill coigilt caigilt coigill caigill f., IGT Decl. § 42 . Verbs § 62 . cogail cagail f., Decl. § 10 (53.2) . Treated as m. in: crithre an chosnaimh 's an choigill, Hackett² xxxii 28 . crithir an chiuil 's an choigill, Keat. Poems 268 . Cf. dob é a nénspréidh choigil . . . é, Caithr. Thoirdh. 3.31 . grís choguil ceardchan na ndruadh, Butler Poems 1479 .

Act of sparing, preserving : ara c.¤ la C., ZCP viii 308.30 . maith do chaicill chliar is chros `good at cherishing clergy and crosses', Ériu xvi 165 § 46 . cen oen-neach do ch.¤ a charat, Celtica iv 28.390 . ni thuc cacill ar nech dib gave quarter to none, Cog. 182.24 . ar ch.¤sparing him, PH 5133 . cagail d'Íbh Táil nō a dtathaoir, Content. vii 1 . coigill an bhídh, vi 79 . gan cheist choigilte ar obair, Hackett² xxxvii 15 . a ccoigill `in reserve', Duan. F. ii 314 § 59 . In phr. cen ch.¤ mercilessly : romarbsat . . . / . . . Hūi Ch. cen ch.¤ , ZCP viii 119.30 . rocuired . . . in cath gan ch.¤ , Lism. L. 3048 . rothoirbir nua bidh . . . gan coigilt unstintingly, ZCP vi 25.24 . Of raking fire to preserve embers: san íarmhérghe / d'éis chogalta, IGT Decl. 1190 (chodalta, v.l.). adudh do chor i coiccill an choccaidh, AFM v 1792.17 . Note also: hi cocill chumucc, LU 5505 (rhet.). T. .i. cagail (sic leg.) rigtoisech sil M. the only leader left, Ann. Conn. 1278.8 . See coclad.

condalbae

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Forms: -ailbe, connailbi

n , f. (condalb). Later -ailbe. gan chondailbh (: Chonoill), Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919, 93 § 36 . connailbi f., IGT Decl. § 3 (44.30) . affection for kindred, love, sympathy, kindness (occas. also in unfavourable sense partiality): ba gar . . . / . . . in chondalbhae `kin-love', Blathm. 185 . frit' mnai co[n]dailbi thy devoted wife, SR 1870 . maso chondalbi dogní if you are acting from sympathy, LU 4712 . connailbe Dē, ACL iii 246 § 35 . ar ēccnairc do conailbe ┐ do trōcaire, Otia ii 96.y . condailbe, imresan `bias', Triads 252 .i. bághach nó leathtaobach, p. 43 . connailbhe as dú ris an dreim, Studies 1919, 440 § 13 . terc nech dá chonnailbhi a clí (gclí, v.l.) however affectionate their leanings, IGT Decl. ex. 148 . nár chlaon re connailbhe partiality, Content. xvi 51 . ar chondalbai `through feelings of . . . patriotism' (notes), Críth G. 582 . domfair ar chondailbi because we are compatriots, Fraech 344 . do breth robud o Fergus . . . co U. ar chondalbi, LU 4689 ( TBC-I¹ 216 ).

See cáer , ell , taem.

do-aidlea

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Forms: taidlid, tadall, tadhaill-si, nach-am-taidled, taidled, taidlid, thaidle, do-da-aidlea, danaidle, -taidle[a, do-n-aidlend, taidlend, taidleas, taidhlim, tadhlaim, tadhallann, taidlig, taighlidh, tadhluid, taidled, taidlitís, taidlitis, do-airli, taidled, rotaidlimmis, taidlitis, do-aidlibe, do-sn-aidlibea, do-aidhlebha, do-t-athleb, taidlebai, doaidlibem, taidlébat, -tadel, taidheolla, taigheolaid, taidlidhfidh, thaidhéalainn, tadill, tairlius, dom-airlis, dotáraill, rustaraill, do-araill, domaraill, domh-áraill, don-áiraill, dofárraill, do-m-faraill, dusfaraill, faraill, domtharaill, taraill, taruill, taraill, nín-taraill, nis-tarall, tarall, taraill, ro[t]táraill, rotharaill, rotairill, tārliset, rothaidlis, thaidhlis, rotadaill, rothadaill, rota-dhaill, thaidhlimair, thaidhlebair, tadall

(* to-ad-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 509 ). Later as simple vb. taidlid. IGT Verbs § 52 .

Ipv. 2 s. tadall (tadaill, v.l.), BDD 162 . LL 120a16 . Ériu iv 140 . tadhaill-si, BNnÉ 170 . 3 s. nach-am-taidled, SR 2053 . taidled, ZCP vii 311 § 8 . 2 pl. taidlid, Trip.² 2911 . Indic. pres. 2 s. ni thaidle , RC iii 176 ( LL 120a19 ). 3 s. do-da-aidlea, Wb. 9b5 . danaidle, LU 5678 (= TBC-I¹ 1204 ). nách tan to-sn-aidle, BDD 138 . nach nathir do-n-aidle, Ériu ii 116 . nach taidli, Metr. Dinds. iii 16 . -taidle[a, Ériu xvii 70 § 12 ( Laws iv 214 ). do-n-aidlend, RC viii 56 ( LL 116b28 ). taidlend, Laws v 4 Comm. ni thaidlenn, BS 30 . rel. amal taidless, PH 5579 . taidleas, Laws v 92 . Later forms: 1 s. taidhlim, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxix 7 . tadhlaim, Ó Bruad. ii 90 . 3 s. tadhallann, Eochairsg. 125 . taidlig, Ériu iii 14 ; viii 157 ( YBL 135b24 ). taighlidh, IGT Introd. § 8 . 3 pl. nach tadhluid , Ó Bruad. ii 104 . Impf. 3 s. taidled (rel.), LL 120a7 ( RC iii 176 ). o nothaidhledh, CCath. 2897 . 3 pl. (rel.) taidlitís, RC xiii 448 = SG 314 . i taidlitis , LL 162b29 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 382 ).

Subj. pres.

(a) In older lang. generally with perfective -ro-: 3 s. mad do-airli , Mon. Tall. 142 . ni táirle, Wb. 30d20 . nách thairle, Ériu ii 65 . ? nīm thairle, Hy. vi 12 . nách-an-tairle, i 8 . nīm tharle, vi 8 . dia notairle, TBC-I¹ 652 . co nā taraill, LB 108a73 ( Trip. clxxxix ). 1 pl. co tarlam, Fél. Prol. 319(L) . tairleam, ZCP iv 235 .

(b) da taidhle, RC xii 340 . nír thaidhle, ib. dia dtaidhle, TBC-LL¹ 1832(St.) . dia nostaidlea, Todd Nenn. 196 . cen co taidhli, CCath. 5117 .

Subj. impf.

(a) 3 s. co dairleth . . . co tairled, TBC-I¹ 586 , 587 . co tairled, LU 5075 .

(b) 3 s. ar na taidled , LL 117a44 . co rothadled, TTr.² 466 . 1 pl. na rotaidlimmis , BB 16b51 . 3 pl. ara taidlitis , Imr. Brain § 63 .

Fut. 2 s. do-aidlibe, B. in Scáil² 36 § 12 . 3 s. do-sn-aidlibea, Wb. 25d14 . do-aidhlebha, Lism. L. 1049 (possibly fr. ad-ella). do-t-athleb, ZCP iii 204 . taidlebai (-bae, v.l.), ix 454 . 1 pl. doaidlibem, Ml. 14d5 . 3 pl. noco taidlébat , LU 4463 . Later forms: 1 s. -tadel, Reeves Ad. 266.7 . 3 s. taidheolla, SG 75 . taigheolaid, O'Gr. Cat. 290 . taidlidhfidh , BCC 211 . Condit. 1 s. ni thaidhéalainn , 3 C 1 3 , 524.4 (late). 3 s. do-m-adlibedh, Anecd. ii 9 .

Pret. and perf.

Pret. 3 s. tadill (as deut.), CMMucr. 82 § 12 . With infixed -ro- (quantity of vowel uncertain): 1 s. tairlius, BS 48 . 2 s. dom-airlis, Fél. 156 (June 21) . ? 2 s. dotáraill, Fél. 12 . rustaraill, ibid. 3 s. do-araill, Trip.² 271 . Anecd. i 9 . domaraill, Goid. 93 . domh-áraill, Fianaig. 36 . don-áiraill, RC xiii 464 ( LL 292a2 ). dofárraill, TBC-LL¹ 1922 . do-m-faraill, (: abhainn), ZCP vi 263 . dusfaraill, Fél. 44 . BNnÉ 41 . faraill, ZCP viii 553 (cf. TBC-LL¹ 1922 ). domtharaill, Rawl. 151b16 . taraill, LU 4309 . TBC-I¹ 1879(LU = tarraill, TBC-LL¹ 2936 ). ACL iii 12 , 24 , etc. taruill, BNnÉ 27 . rel. taraill, Acall. 2541 . PH 6478 . YBL 121b35 . nín-taraill, Imr. Brain § 44 . nis-tarall, LL 371c17 . Cf. nir thagaill, 361b44 . tarall (as deut.), SR 6675 (dia taraill, ib. 7643 ). do tarall, Dinds. 100 = taraill, Folklore iv 483 . ro[t]táraill, MacCongl. 93 . rotharaill, ZCP vi 49 . rotairill. Lib. Flav. i 29 va 23 . 3 pl. tārliset, Ériu xvii 44 § 34 (see p. 51).

(b) 1 s. ler' thaighleas, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxiv 7 . 2 s. rothaidlis, PH 8241 . do thaidhlis , Parrth. Anma 368 . 3 s. rotadaill, CCath. 2962 . rothadaill, Metr. Dinds. iii 290 . rota-dhaill, AFM iii 178 . dier' thadhaill, Fl. Earls 26 . do thadhaill, Marco P. 1 . do thadhall, RC xxix 124 (-gh-, MS). cor taidill, Lec. 602a42 . nir thagaill, 361b44 . nar tagaill, BCC 144 . 1 pl. do thaidhlimair , 3 C 19, 189 va 18 . 2 pl. gur thaidhlebair , O'Gr. Cat. 402 ( TD 22a ).

(a) comes to, approaches, visits, touches: taraill .i. do thadhaill no do-righne cuairt, O'Cl. do-ecmalla in mertrech cuicce pecthu ind lína do-da-aidlea who resort to her, Wb. 9d5 . cia dot-áraill who has been with thee?, Fél. 12 . do-sn-aidlibea he will visit them (i.e. in judgement), Wb. 25d14 . dia mbad ḟulocht mór nobeth and, roadelta; uair is bec fil and ni thaidle, LL 120a19 ( RC iii 176 ). bachlach . . . do-aidhlebha mh'adhaircin | do dhoirtfe mo dhubh, Lism. L. 1049 (possibly fr. ad-ella). ar nā taidled fer . . . a thechsom do aigidecht, LL 117a44 . don bhrugh bheo nach tadhluid daill, Ó Bruad. ii 104 . Ériu viii 157 . nímthairle éc, Hy. vi 2 . náchantairle adamnae, i 8 ; tríst, ACL iii 314 . Fothairt nach taidli tart whom drought visits not, Metr. Dinds. iii 6 . triar ná táraill ces on whom anxiety never fell, SG 382 (wrongly translated, Mart. Don. Oct. 7 ). nach taighlim na trí ceardcha frequent, Ir. Review 1913, 594 . anní dosfaraill what had befallen them, BNnÉ 41 . dom-faraill bēim . . . dot abainn, ZCP vi 263 . Cf. taidled abond, vii 311 .

Hence in hostile sense attacks, injures: is goirt dom-airlis (to one who has wounded him), Fél. 156 (June 21) . dan-aidle C. co fogaid in chlaidib co sebaind a folt de, TBC-I¹ 1204(LU) . LL 116b28 ( RC viii 58 ). bendacht ar in lāim dusfaraill, TBC-LL¹ 2204 (lear goineadh é, Eg.); 1922 . fiacail Ailella domháraill, Fianaig. 36 . Note further: nách tan tosn-aidle súil ind ríg whenever the king's eye lights on them, BDD 138 . ni ḟil uaib milidh nach tabair mo cluassa aichne for builli a claidim . . . cen co taidhli mo rosc a taidhbred fein, CCath. 5117 . do thadhaill mu rosc-sa hé `beheld him', Marco P. 1 . Fuat mac B. dotarall inse for muir, Dinds. 100 . noco taidlébat a tīr-se co bráth, LU 4463 . san ferann taidhlis trethan which the sea washes, Lec. 52a10 . cūicer filed . . . is ferr tharaill iath nEirenn, Acall. 2549 . dealb duine as deach taraill talmain, YBL 121b35 ( ZCP xiii 177 ). vi 49 . viii 111 . PH 6478 . tarall lám Oxa in n-airc touched, SR 6675 , 7643 . ō no thaidhledh a thaeb an talmain (of Antaeus), CCath. 2897 . ZCP ii 362 . o tharaill in foscudh (= cum tetigisset umbram), Lat. Lives 78 . do forchongair Dia duin . . . na rotaidlimmís hē, BB 16b51 (= ne tangeremus illud, Gen. iii 3 ). ba hainminic nothaidhledh a chossa lár, BS 14 , 30 . MR 234 . RC xii 340 . geruó mōr an glenn . . . ni thaidhledh somh é acht nolingedh don bhord co aroile de, BS 124 . rochrīnsat [ind énlathi] nach ní taidlitís a n-anāla, RC xiii 448 = SG 314 .

Hence traverses, passes along: for in tsligid taidledsom, LL 120a7 ( RC iii 176 ). gāid dō co tairled in sligid dorisi, TBC-I¹ 587 . ni thaighledh an míol moighe an magh gan fios dó, ZCP x 279 . Of sexual intercourse: nir taigles fēin nā fer ele tusa (Joseph to Mary), 3 B 22, 73 b .

(b) In transf. and fig. sense: ca mēd rand . . . a taidlend in focul is cid? how many parts (of speech) does the word `cid' come under?, Laws v 4 Comm. do neoch taidleas feneochus di as far as the law touches it, 92 Comm. mar taidhles Galen sa .6. lebar de Morbo mentions (discusses?), 3 C 19, 37 ra 28 . nar tagaill se an pecad sin . . . o sin amach did not practise, indulge in, ZCP v 70.24 . Often folld. by la with refl. pron., esp. in ipv. tadall lat ille come hither, BDD 162 . tadall latt, a Ch.; ni adliub, ol C., RC iii 176 ( LL 120a19 ). taidlidh lib oc tuidecht, Trip.² 2911 . taraill leis (.i. do chuaid) isnaib glinnib, ACL iii 24 ( Trip.² 1683 ). taraill leis Ath Cliath visited, Trip. ii 466.18 . taraill a lám leiss in gipni his hand clasped the band, LU 6394 (TBC).

1 do-alla

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Forms: do-ella, tallaid, tellaid, tellad

Also do-ella (* to-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 511 . See GOI pp. 54 - 55 ). Used in O.Ir. to supply perfective tenses of gataid steals, see GOI § 764 . Later as simple vb. tallaid, tellaid. IGT Verbs § 32 . Vn. tellad.

Takes away, steals, strips away, cuts off: gl. furari, Wb. 22b7 , Lat. Lives 30 , 54 , 79 . tallsad .i. doghoidsead, teallsadar .i. doghoidsiod, O'Cl. ma dudell ní if he has stolen aught, Wb. 22b7 (refers to furetur). do-fallta daim indara fir were taken away, ZCP xv 308 § 3 . tallsat triar indala bocc . . . in trír dusfell, Lat. Lives 54 = Trip.² 2117 . dofall G. minn óir mná Catháir, RC xv 482 = Dinds. 40 . fer rotháid is rothall, Metr. Dinds. ii 58 . téllsat echu Pátraic, Trip.² 1231 . teallsatar macdretill Temrach sria(uo)na in righ, ZCP viii 103 . With AR, FOR: ní cumcaim-se ón ém, ol tell Patraic ariut since P. hath taken it from thee, Trip.² 1920 . ? doloidsidi a arm nairi, TBC-I¹ 1600 (dolodside, LU) (for tallaid? cf. tallaidsidhe, TBC(C) 904 ). Mac Con doall a righe aire, Fianaig. 32 . mé [ro-]thall nemh ar mo chloinn (spoken by Eve), Ériu iii 148 . taldatsom a apdaine aire, Mon. Tall. 162 . doallad brethemnais ar filedhaib, Laws i 18 . inn talladh for nech a scrap taken from anyone (?), Laws iii 20.2 Comm. With DE: tiag-sa co tall a chenn dind aithiuch I will go to take his head off the churl, Ml. 58c6 . nico-tald-som dēr dia gruad `he did not stay to wipe the tear from his cheek', Mon. Tall. 153 . tall Patraic a ulchai do Fiac, Hy. ii Pref. ( Thes. ii 308 ). an bic co tall mo léni dím, LL 277a19 . tallus luag mo dúane de, Metr. Dinds. i 52 . donallathar fena do largaib cars are removed from the flanks of horses, O'Curry 737 ( H 3.18 353a ). With Ó: da-s-all úad Paris mac Priaim stole her (Helen) from him, LL 143b50 . na feranna . . . dofallsat na saerclanna uaib, BB 255a30 = tallsadar uaithib, Lec. 354b10 . With ASS: ef tallad as ria n-ess `f' was taken from (the word `fenechas') for `s' (i.e. s was substituted for f), Laws i 32.28 Comm. (= CIH ii 345.12 ). mas asinn uth tallad in lacht, is cetharda ┐ eneclann, CIH i 275.30 . gid im gid lom tailtar and, acht mas [as]in ud taladh æ [is cetharda] ┐ eneclainni; mas 'tic taladh æ is diabladh ┐ eneclann 'whether it be butter or milk which is stolen there, but if it was stolen in the udder [it is fourfold restitution] and honour-price; if it was stolen in the house it is double restitution and honour-price', Mar. Dis. 28 § 5 . dofall in claideb as a thrúaill, Ériu ii 24 . gó ┐ pecad na ndaene dorelsat a nert asin talmain, Anecd. i 75 = dorelacht, Mon. Tall. 157 . adbél-sa dia taltar in gáe as mo chind, TBC-I¹ 1300 .

do-alla céill (a ch.) de loses hope, despairs of (cf. benaid céill de): huand uair thall Noe a cheill [de] | dond ḟiuc[h] dub delaidi, SR 2557 . ó thellus mo chéll dia torachtain chugum, Aen. 622 . tallsat a céill do conach catha, CCath. 1905 . riasíu tallsadais (sic) céill dia ccabhair ó Rígh na S., Hugh Roe 266 .

2 do-alla

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Forms: taillid, toillid, tuillid, nostaltar

v Also 2 do-ella (* to-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 511 . See GOI pp. 54 - 55 ). Later as simple vb. taillid, toillid, tuillid.

(a) Orig. in impers. construction with accus. there is room for, cf. RC xxi 176 . testa .i. ni talla and són it finds no room therein gl. abest, Ml. 65d6 . doinnastar inna piana . . . inna corpu ┐ inna n-anmanna feib dund[a-]alla indib as there is room for them in them, 30c17 . [coire] i talla boin in which a cow will fit, Laws iv 326 ( Críth G. 405 ). bothar . . . talla da boin fair . . . ara talla al-loigu ┐ a ngamna ina farrad, Corm. Y 1082 . do-t-allfa-su indi there is room for thee (= thou canst join) in it, TBFr. 174 (= dothuillfe-si, pers. constr., ZCP iv 38 ). co taillfed cethora ndrong ndeichenbair fa thairr-lethar in scéith, TBC-I¹ 2339 . fo barr bile tallsat (leg. tallfad) firo Erend uille, Snedg. u. Mac R 11 . nis-tall thair hisuidiu there was no room for them in the east, Ériu iii 138 . inn uair na rostalla thair | clanna Iafeth, Rawl. 76b21 = rastalla, LL 142a45 ; rotalla, BB 8a47 , Lec. 75a22 .

(b) In Mid. and later Irish generally used in personal constr. fits, finds room (in), is contained (in) (some of follg. exx. may belong to the previous type): ní thalla gataidhi sunn there is no room for a thief here, Mart. Don. Mar. 21 , cf. SG ii 465 . ni talla-su (leg. ni-t-talla-su?) etturra thou art out of place amongst them, Mon. Tall. 159 . in lín tallat 'na suidiu ní tallat 'na ligiu, MR 56 . immon mbarr fo tallat uili, imm Fland under whom all find shelter, IT iii 8 ( Bruchst. § 120 ). in carpat-sin . . . ara taillfitis ocht n-airm n-indflatha, TBC-I¹ 1970 . nothallad dál chét for mael cech cnāma, LL 169a17 . do thuillfed sé ar bois Aedha, SG 240 . sochaide . . . co nach talla for menmain so many . . . that the mind cannot take them in, Ériu viii 157 . co taille munter in cach thurchlais, TBC-LL¹ 6083 . bec d'olai . . . conná rothallai il-lestraib, SR 7168 . cia nobeth nech ní bad ísliu | doaillfed sercc Isa and, Goid. 173 = dothoillfed, ZCP vii 297 . ní roich súil he, ni thuill i cluasaib, LB 136b55 . no thelltis láith gaile fer nUlad isind rígthig sin, LU 10129 . boi dia farsingi in tige i tallastar formna lath ngaile in choicid, FB § 55 . imscing .i. tech becc a talla imdae, Corm. Y 790 , cf. 793 . ní tuillinn am' curp mét mo grada furt, ZCP vi 54 . glór nach tuilleann i gceann, Content. xix 1 . ní thallai do dainib im fer diib lín a sáraighthe not enough men can come about one of them to overpower him, Ériu ii 130 . co rothall do orba Ir a cland .i. Monaich Ulad so that his children were included in (belonged to) the heritage of Ír, Lec. 198b34 . Exceptionally in pass.: ba fín gach linn . . . | nostaltar ina croccenn every liquor contained in its hide became wine, Lec. 60b1 .

(c) doalla dó (fair) there is room for (on) him, i.e. it is possible for him (impers.): ni tella do neuch and mōidem a arilte there is no room for anyone there to boast of his merits, Wb. 5c13 . ní telfea cotlud do chách it will be impossible for anyone to sleep, 25b18 , cf. 25c2 , 26a23 . drochet .i. sét diriuch .i. ni thalla nemdirgi dó it does not admit of being crooked, Corm. Y 434 . nico-taldad dó oifrenn do dēnam `it would not be allowable for him to perform the sacrifice', Mon. Tall. 153 . ni talla rosacht forsin tinnacul `the tradition admits of no hesitation', Ml. 97a7 . nícon talla obbad fair `it does not admit of refusal', Sg. 90a2 . ní talla orm a rád rut, TE 9 ( IT i 123 ). mana talla fair ar méit na aithgina . . . is e féin inn if it is not possible for him (to pay), Laws iv 252 Comm. óg robruinned tú i mbroinn Muire, | nir thoill broinded eli ort no other refining was possible for thee, ACL iii 242 .

Note also: tabraidh eideth Sir G. cucum, uair ba companach damsa é ┐ toiledh a eideth dam fitted me (?), ZCP vi 97 . ni fetar a rímh ┐ ni thoill a airem cannot be counted, TBC-LL¹ p. 383 n. 7 . ni thalla a nárim fria lín, LL 373c41 .

See tellad.

? do-díella

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Forms: todidel, dodihel, todiel

v (* to-dí-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 410 ) deviates, strays: Pret. 3 s. todidel (dodihel, v.l.) (gl. deerraverat, Ecl. vii 7 ), Thes. ii 47 = todiel, ib. 361 .

do-ecmalla

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Forms: do-eclam-, doecmalla, tecmalla, teccmall, tecmallid, do-b-eglaimith-si, tarcomlat, -lad, nimatarcomlus-[s]ae, do-n-arrchomlais, a-targlammais, tecmall, do-recmallsat, tecmallsat, tecmaltar, doecmalldar, tarcomlad, tarchomlad, dontaircomla(i)d, doecmalta, tecmaltae, tecmall, tarclam, targlaim, targlammair, do-s-farclam, do-rr-eclam, dar-eclomsat, teclomsad, tarclamsat, rotheclaim, do-eclumar, do-eclamthar, tarclamad, roteclamad, doreclamta, targclamtha, teclamad, rotharclamsat, tarrcomlad, rodusteglaim, tharclaim

v (* to-in-com-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 510 ). See GOI pp. 519 , 685 . In Mid. Ir. the stem gen. appears as do-eclam-, (-teclam-), by metathesis. See teclaimid, teclaid.

(a) Indic. pres. 3 s. doecmalla, Wb. 9d5 . tecmalla, LL 118a2 . Ipv. 2 s. teccmall, TBC-I¹ 697 . 2 pl. tecmallid, Wb. 14a1 . do-b-eglaimith-si, IT ii2 229 . Subj. impf. 3 s. co tarcomlat (= -lad), RC xii 72 . Pret. and perf. 1 s. nimatarcomlus-[s]ae, FB § 26 Eg. 2 s. do-n-arrchomlais, LU 9516 . a-targlammais, Anecd. ii 7 § 11 . 3 s. tecmall, Cymmr. xiv 106 § 6 . 3 pl. do-recmallsat, ZCP xi 152 § 49 . tecmallsat, LU 1694 . tuercomlassat, Ogma 235 , Wb. 7a7 (recte 7a5a ). a prima manu.

Pass. pres. s. tecmaltar, Críth G. 40 . pl. doecmalldar, RC iii 344 . Perf. s. tarcomlad, TBC-I¹ 1 . tarchomlad, LU 9772 . dontaircomla(i)d, IT ii2 277.1 . pl. doecmalta, TBC-I¹ 19 . Part. tecmaltae. Vn. tecmall.

(b) With metathesis. Pret. 3 s. tarclam, LL 216b44 . targlaim, TBC-LL¹ 3222 . targlammair (dep. form), SR 1637 . do-s-farclam, Todd Nenn. 126 (BB). do-rr-eclam, Rawl. 133a4 . 3 pl. dar-eclomsat, Anecd. i 56 . teclomsad, RC ix 474 n. 19 . tarclamsat, LL 44a9 . Later rotheclaim, -set. Pass. pres. do-eclumar, Cóic Con. 55 § 127 . do-eclamthar, 56 § 130 . -teclamar, The Kingship and Landscape of Tara 134 § 25 . Perf. s. tarclamad, LL 109a47 . roteclamad, 224a42 . pl. doreclamta, Bodl. Dinds. 46 . targclamtha, SR 2714 . Vn. 2 teclaim, teclamad.

Gathers, collects, brings together, amasses: teccmall na heōnnu dūnd (of birds killed with a sling), TBC-I¹ 697 . doecmallai súas ┐ tegmallai a chenn ┐ a chep inda ucht he gathers (himself) together and picks up . . ., RC xiv 452 . tecmallat anba dina hublaib, RC ix 474 . rotheclaimset-som mór dina cnóib, RC x 58 . rotecluma[d] in femnach, Laws i 170 Comm. tarclam Ainge grinne gathered a faggot, Metr. Dinds. ii 58 . targlammair in sruth | cech míl beo bái 'n-a crisluch, SR 1637 . tecmalla Aitherne a folud ┐ a inmass issin less, LL 118a2 . túercómlássát cómtínól they have gathered together a contribution, Wb. 7a7 . forfodlat na tarcomlat they distribute what they do not gather (spend what they have not earned), LL 344d45 = nád tinólat, Tec. Corm. 34 . roscáich a tarchomlath sund (the wealth) that has been gathered here has passed away, Ériu iii 108 . targlamsat Laigin a cís dó co Belach Nemed, RC xv 425 ( Dinds. 38 ) = rotharclamsat, LL 160a16 . téit Fidic . . . do theclomad na rigi dō féin to gather in (gain, secure) the sovereignty, Ériu ii 178 (theglomad, v.l.). ní rath tíri teclumus it is no luck of land he gathers (i.e. he does not amass territory), LL 386a42 . a targlammais ēm do fāilti anocht all the joy thou hast gathered . . ., Anecd. ii 7 . tecmaltar a insce dó hi teora bríathra his statement is assembled by him into three words, Críth G. 40 . Folld. by personal forms of co referring to subject: doecmalla in mertrech cuice pectha . . ., Wb. 9d5 . By forms of LA: teclumaid a lāmu lais isin setigi tucks in his hands in the blanket, MacCongl. 11 . dareclomsat leo asin tir-sin imadh [n]uball they gathered (and brought away) with them, Anecd. i 56 . Of persons (bands, assemblies, etc.): dobeglaimith-si gather yourselves together, IT ii2 229 (Eg.). co tarcomlat-sim trénfiru an tsídho, RC xii 72 . batar dana dā n-oss ┐ teclamad cechtar n-ái osséti each of them used to assemble herds of stags, LL 246b39 ( IT iii 245 ). Cruithnigh [cid] dosfarclam | i n-iath Alban n-amra? what has brought together . . ., Todd Nenn. 126 . doeccmalldar lēge hErinn, RC iii 344 . tarchomlad cach óes dána, RC vi 164 ( LU 9772 ) = tarrcomlad, Laws i 14 . senchaidi síl Adaim áin | targclamtha lais i n-óendáil, SR 2714 . doecmalta .iiii. c[h]oiced hErend, TBC-I¹ 19 . doreglamadh uile doctūiridhe . . . dia innsaigidh, Fl. Earls 144 . mór de rígaib tiar ┐ tair | rasteclaim co Temraig assembled (inf. pron. reflex.?), LL 299a45 = rodusteglaim, Lec. 601b30 . [is] me targlaim na sluagu sair, TBC-LL¹ 3222 = tharclaim, TBC-I¹ 2403 . in slúag mór donarrchomlais, LU 9516 . nos-taireclamat-side do neoch búi o Lochlainn síar do sluag docum nErenn, RC xii 74 . an fianlach doreclamatar isuidhe co haonmhaighin, Hugh Roe 300 . tarcomlád slóiged mór la Connachtu, TBC-I¹ 1 . do tarcclamadh a shlóig dia shaigidh, AFM vi 2250 . dorecclomtha a shlúag lais, Hugh Roe 82 . rateclamad leis a n-robái . . . di longaib, LL 224a42 . a n-robái di longaib . . . i n-airiur Saxan . . . tarchomlátha co mbátar i purt ríg, SG 313 . roteclumad céti airthir an betha, Ériu ii 98 . targlomaid tinol tromda, Leb. Gab.(i) 106 . rotheglaimset samhadh ┐ coimthinol Loreto, Fl. Earls 146 . do theaglaimsed cluichi, Metr. Dinds. iii 483 . ní teclaimtis feis Temrach do ríg cen rignai lais, TE § 2 . lais . . . tarclamadh senoid Nece the Council of Nicaea was convoked, Lec. 48a21 . Of a feast collects provisions, prepares: nima-torchomlad-sa (nima-tarcomlusae, Eg.) fleid dúib would I had not prepared (lit. not well did I prepare) a feast for you, FB § 26 . fled mór-chain tarclamad lim-sa duit-siu, RC xiv 412 .

Of compiling materials for a book, etc.: Estras dosfarglam iar tain | i n-ord n-oentad n-oen libuir Ezra collected them (i.e. the psalms) in order in one book, ZCP iii 21 .

Rarely intrans. (prob. orig. used with reflex. pron. in such cases): uanbach tonn tarclaim ra hor the surge hurled in a mass against the shore (?), SG 366 . targloimset chuige co haon maighin, Leb. Gab.(i) 192 . co tarclamsat munter a n-aite, Rawl. 73b38 . See also ? tarchomail.

1 do-ella

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Forms: doella, dilled, do-n-ella, dhella, ndillem-ni, -derellat, du-n-ellad, du-n-eltis, da-eltais, diellfa, dureill, doréll, doellsit, doelsat, dorellsat, direllsat, do-n-elltar, doellatar, duellatar, duelltis, dillithi, díall

v (* di-ell-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 510 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. doella, LU 4896 = TBC-I¹ 410 . Impf. 3 s. ní dilled , Enchir. Aug. 76a ( ZCP vii 482 ). Subj. pres. 3 s. do-n-ella, Sg. 114a4 . ní dhella , Leb. Cert. 192 . 1 pl. nad ndillem-ni , Ml. 106c4 . (with -ro-) -derellat, O'Curry 477 ( H 3.18, 248 ). Impf. 3 s. du-n-ellad, Ml. 83b6 . 3 pl. du-n-eltis, 78d6 . da-eltais, Sg. 75b3 . Fut. 3 s. diellfa, Rawl. 125b21 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. dureill, Ml. 54d8 . doréll, Trip.² 478 . 3 pl. doellsit, IT iii 240.169 . doelsat, i 74.2 . dorellsat, Ml. 36c22 , cf. 105b18 . direllsat, BCr. 37c2 . Pass. pres. s. do-n-elltar, Sg. 148b9 . pl. doellatar, ib. Subj. pres. pl. ma duellatar , Sg. 4b1 . Impf. pl. ma duelltis , Sg. 4b4 .

Vbl. of necess. dillithi, Ml. 29d6 . Vn. díall. See also díallaid. IGT Verbs § 80 .

I As intrans. vb.

(a) turns aside, deviates, bends: gl. deviare, Ml. 29d6 , 36c22 , 78d6 ; BCr. 37c2 ; Enchir. Aug. 76a ; diversari, Ml. 54d8 , 83b6 . Cf. tabraid lamdia chucaib . . . ┐ dellaid fria die Noe, Lec. 543a42 = delligh, Leb. Gab.(i) 10 . dellid fris an Coimdhe, ib. (cf. deiligidir?).

(b) Esp. in moral sense goes astray, errs, degenerates: adropart Noe . . . edpart . . . don Comdid | fri fégad cach druing dorhell, SR 2619 . mairg toichles in dagḟorcetul ┐ doeall i saeibe, LB 12 marg. inf. inda sacairt doellad priests who go astray, Mon. Tall. 134 . ? ni ellastar cloénchleir; doellar fo inmuilg `who turned aside under instruction', ACC 95 ( RC xx 272 ). gabhaid tuaristal ó thellach ná fill ┐ ná dell a Dia which has not . . . turned away from God, Leb. Cert. 110 . imsoa ria Teamhair-mhuigh, ní dhella do bhráthairsi `he shall not abandon it to his relations' (shall not swerve from, forsake?), Leb. Cert. 192 = nit-fella for brathairsi, LL 385b22 . doellsit iarum gumtar dā hsiabur they changed (i.e. for the worse) and became, IT iii 240 .

(c) do-ella for (with vn.) turns to, takes to (usually in bad sense): doréll for écnuch na Trínóti, Trip.² 478 = doraell, ACL iii 14 § 28 , cf. Lat. Lives 6 . forellsid inn ēcis for mianuib decmuici ar dāig enich Guairi do brith began to make exorbitant demands, ACL iii 3 . uair roscáich dóib fiadach in tṡlébe, doelsat for cethra fer nAlban do thabairt chucu, IT i 74 (do-rellsat, Eg.).

(d) doella for turns on, assails: doellasom forsin macraid sechnon in taigi, TBC-I¹ 410 . dofell ar cóerchu na bantrebthaigi, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 28 . o na fuair a daithin doḟeall ara oidi, Dinds. 148 = imsói fria haiti, LL 168b41 .

Note also: rotaisced a cuid proinne . . . ┐ doréll for cruime it turned to worms (became worm-eaten), Fél. p. 92 , cf. BNnÉ 300 .

(e) doella fri takes after, resembles: Eochaid Mogmedon . . . a bhruinne frisin rí[g] rodell, a mhedhon frisin mogh, Cóir Anm. 117 . nír deall re[a] ré sái ris-sin no sage of his time was like him, Ériu iv 224 .

II Trans.

(a) turns aside, deflects: gó ┐ peccad na ndaene dorelsat a nert ┐ a mbrigh asin talmain, ACL ii 136 . rathrian cach múir . . . | . . . radiall secharaile separated the three sections of the wall, SR 428 .

(b) Esp. as gramm. term declines; gl. declinare, Sg. 114a4 . in chruth do-n-elltar `mús', is samlaid doellatar monosyllabae , 109a4 , cf. 148b9 etc.

doír

Cite this: eDIL s.v. doír or dil.ie/17924
Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: doer, doír, dærcis, daertuath

adj o,ā. As subst. o, m. and ā, f.

(a) unfree, lowborn, of servile condition or nature; as subst., serf (opposed to soír free, a freeman; sometimes also to mug slave. See 1 saer); doer gl. mancipi, Sg. 51b12 . doer . . . .i. satilitess (= satellites), O'Mulc. 318 . dochraid cach daer, ACL iii 229 . saor ┐ daor, Laws i 40 . masa chudrumus corpdire dair dair ┐ dair urraid, O'Curry 999 ( H 3.18 427a ). daor urrad . . . daor deorada . . . daor murchartha . . . daor daoir, 2351 ( Eg. 88, 27 (28)b ). etir sóir ┐ dóir, Wb. 27c15 . berar . . . 'nas dáer na braiti such of the captives as are serfs, TBC-LL¹ 1696 . áne la dóer skill in a serf, Triads 84 . indogbáil doeir (.i. togbáil a hinde na doerclanna fri sáerudh) uplifting of the lowborn, Anecd. v 26 . saer i suidiu ndaeir ┐ daer i suidiu saeir, Laws v 18 . mac cumaili .i. daire of a bondswoman, 456 Comm. tucait na dáe[i]r ┐ na dorsaire do ḟaire na cathrach, RC xiv 416 ( LL 109b44 ). radeligtar a ndáer (= ndaeir) ┐ a mogaid de doeraib ┐ mogadaib fer nhErend, TBC-LL¹ 423 . mod frisa mbitis cumala doera, Corm. Y 324 . dia ructhar ar mnā dōera uand, biait for (ar, LU sic leg.) mnā sāera for brōintib, TBC-I¹ 1129 . etir saera ┐ daera freemen or serfs, Cog. 42 . o saeraib co daeraib, Laws v 466 . admestar doeru drungu fognama fognat, ZCP xi 95 § 47 . foirb daér ar dilse tenant-land held in fee, Metr. Dinds. iii 300 . d'fearann tsaér ┐ dhaor, AFM v 1842 . Servile, menial: oibre daora .i. oibre corpordha, mur ata treabhadh, etc., Luc. Fid. 100 ; Ó Héodhusa 160 .

(b) Of physical and moral qualities base, ignoble, slavish: ní dóir for mbethu, Wb. 5a3 . rāter rand do dréim nar daer (of Adam and his family), LL 136b25 . ba daor a dath, Todd Nenn. 282 . duairc, doer, dressachtach a drech, SR 939 . o Diarmaid nar bo daer drech of no servile aspect, BB 189a34 . a rosg daor an Diabuil, RC xxviii 320 . conacca in n-arracht ndoer ndochraid, LL 117b27 . for iffern ndub ndorcha ndaer, SG 52 . fria ndiumas ndaor ndrocht `enslaving pride' (?), SG 160 = fri diumus ndúr, Acall. 2964 (sic leg.). oc na slogaib dubaib doeraib na ndemna, PH 8308 . Compar.: mo choirthe . . . an duirb is daoire d'fiabrasaibh, Ó Bruad. ii 168 .

(c) enslaved, subject: is daor anois a dhuthaidh, GJ iv 10 . cella daera (a prophecy of evil times), ZCP viii 196 . tiuccfo aimser bus doer eglaiss do thuaith when the church shall be subject to the laity, SG 79 . Derbail . . . dar daer Cul Dremne to whom C.D. owned sway, LL 141a2 . doer o demnaib enslaved (i.e. possessed) by devils, PH 2226 . an uair do bhi t'anam deilte, daor uaidh enslaved by it (the body), GJ iv 20 .

(d) condemned, deserving punishment, guilty: slān cach ditiu(d); daer cach dic[h]ell `every neglect is condemned', Laws ii 2 ; 124 . d'eagla . . . go bhfuighthi daor thú lest thou be found guilty, Proverbs xxx 10 . dochuaidh síos go tigh na ndaor the house of the damned (hell), O'Rah. xvii 20 .

(e) laborious, hard, rigorous, painful: trosgadh, urnuighthe . . . aithrighe dhaor, GJ v 85 . is iontuigthe nach daor . . . an bhreath rug Dia ar Ádhamh, TSh. 3418 . With DO: is daer don liaigh inuair nach eol dó beatha an othair dórdugud it is a bad lookout for the physician, 23 P 10, 153ra22 . atáid trí hadhbhair fa' n-a daoire don droing . . . ioná don chineadh Iudaigheach why those . . . shall fare worse than the Jews, Eochairsg. 100 . innte (sc. isan oidhche sin) rogheinsiodar | Bile Tortan, Eo Rosa, | a n-umhla nochar dhaor dhí `their homage to the night was no indignity' (i.e. it was none the worse for that night that the Trees sprang up), ML 96 . Adv. gabhaidh go d.¤ docamhlach iad with rigour and severity (of captives), ML 108 . foighénaidh go d.¤ do Dhia he will render hard service, SG 24 . gur cheannaigh Críost ár siothcháin go d.¤ ar an gcrois purchased our peace dearly, Eochairsg. 73 . clogat do cheannach go d.¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 22 . cruindigh do shaidhbhris gu d.¤ ┐ scaoil gu saor he amass your wealth with pains, Ériu v 130 .

(f) Hence dear, valuable, costly (comm. in mod. lang.; cf. Eng. dear): budh daor a bhfuil iona radharc precious shall their blood be in His sight, Psalms lxxii 14 . an criostal ba dhaoire, O'Rah. xxxiv 54 .

Compds. With subst. and adjj. doír forms compds.

(a) in sense of unfree, servile, base, of low condition esp. freq. in technical terms denoting social distinctions in Laws: ¤aicenta: daoraicinta `natural slave', inferior , Laws v 236 Comm. ; O'Dav. 873 . ¤aicme serf-tribe: athigh ┐ doeraicme, TTr.² 1303 . daoraicme gacha dúithche, Keat. i 58 . ¤am(m)us serf-soldier: ocht doerammuis dia mbiathad fri seilgg, RC xx 140 . ¤athech serf, `villain': ni haltram nach dóerathig, Fél. 44 ( Fél. Jan. 15 ) (but see CMCS i 46 ). ¤bard a bard of the second class, oppd. to the sóerbard, IT iii 107 . na dærbaird, Auraic. 1691 . aisti na ndærbard, 1590 . ¤ bondwoman (poet.): rohir dam . . . deich ndairbé (.i. bancumala), Ériu ii 3 . ¤ben id.: fo dóerban dul `after the fashion of lowborn women', Metr. Dinds. iii 376 . ¤bíatach: a chuaird . . . for a dóerbiatachu ` base-hospitallers ', RC xxvi 39 n. 5 . ¤bothach serf-cottier , opp. to soerb., Laws ii 288 Comm. doerboth[ach]us, iv 388 Comm. See Críth G. p. 78 , Ir. Recht 81 . ¤chéle base tenant or client: a saerceili ┐ a daerceili, Laws i 40 Comm. doercele ag in rí, ii 94 Comm. ¤cherd: lucht daoircheard, mar atá an drong do bhíodh ré gaibhneacht nó ré ceardacht, etc. artisans of lower class, Keat. iii 656 . ¤chimbid prisoner: é féin . . . d'furáilemh ina dhaoirchimidh díairm do mhuinntir na bainrioghna, AFM vi 2258 . ¤chimbidecht imprisonment, bondage: ar dháigh ná dáoirchimidheachta i mbattar a thír ┐ a thalamh, a chairde, etc., AFM vi 1896 . tromnemhele na daoirchimidheachta dorad Ua Néll don Chalbhach, v 1584 . ¤chís tribute (exacted by conqueror): daircis fodhnama for feraib Eirend, RC xx 337 . dærcis, ib. go gcuirfeadh fá dhaorchíos iad, ML 118.18 . Isaiah lx 17 . a láethibh an dáoirchíosa `of the enrolling', Acts v 37 . ¤chlann serf-clan, inferior classes or race: ho d[ó]erchlandib gl. exiguis nationibus, Ml. 80a12 . cach doerchland, cach merlech lowborn person (?), LL 147a47 . at imdha a saerchlanda . . . at [t]earca a daerchlanda, IT iii 92 . co n-ordnitis doerclanna i n-ard-clannaib, CCath. 249 . can cummusc daerc[h]lann no daescurslógh, 6035 . sé cinéala Aitheachthuath nó Daorchlann i nÉirinn, Keat. iv p. 13 . sochaidhe dia saorclandaibh ┐ dia ndaorchlandaibh, Hugh Roe 108 . adj. ¤chlan(n)da: a ceithri doerclanda, CCath. 3564 = servum pecus, Luc. Phars. vi 152 . a ndioghail an duinemarbhtha daorchlanda, AFM vi 2146 . ¤ḟer bondsman: a dáirḟir (as term of reproach), Metr. Dinds. iii 154 . ¤ḟognam menial service, bondage: rucadh fa dochar ┐ daerḟoghnam, Ériu v 148 . rochuin[n]ig C. chuccasom daerfoghnomh Temrach, RC xvi 478 ( Dinds. 78 ). ¤ḟuidir (tech. term), Laws ; ¤ḟuidres, Críth G. 580 ; see p. 93 ( base `tenant-at-will'), Ir. Recht 64 , 83 ff. ¤gním: fodailsed Aithechthuacha fo Eirind ┐ rodead daergnim flatha Erend uasaib, Lec. 350b38 (? = greim, BB, see below). ¤macne: bertair dóermaicni dóib their children will be serfs, LU 5614 = TBC-I¹ 1134 . ¤mám servile yoke, servitude: fo d., SR 1776 . doermamu fognamaidh, Laws v 222 Comm. Hence denom. doirmámaigedar gl. vilescere, Ml. 93d9 ; 101a8 . ¤mámaigthetu gl. squalor, Sg. 20a5 . hon doir[ma]maigthetaid gl. squalore, Ml. 28b1 . ¤manach base tenant of ecclesiastical lands, O'Dav. 873 . doermanuch ag in espoc, Laws ii 94 Comm. daermanach eagalsa, iv 196 Comm. Abstr. dóirmanche: cen erchóiliud doermancha, Ériu vii 142 . ¤mesda: luchd daoirmheasda taskmasters , Exodus i 11 . daoirmheasadóir taskmaster , v 10 , 13 ; iii 7 . ¤nemed (tech. term): atat dō neimid . . . saeirnemead ┐ daerneimeadh. Ite saernemead filead and .i. ecalsi, flatha, filidh, feine . . . Daerneimead imorro, aes gach dāna olchena . . . is do ṡaernemthib fognait, Laws v 14 . ¤opair servile work , TBC-LL¹ 1760 . ¤rath (see 2 rath): daerrath cach tothlu sech fine, ZCP xv 252 § 9 (see xvi 212-13 ). ¤rathas, O'Curry 483 ( H 3.18 251). ¤thúath: daertuath ` tributary territories ', Laws i 82 Comm. ba do daertuathaib Herind do subject tribes , YBL 139a36 .

(b) As pref. with pejorative or intensive force, forming unstable compds. ¤bás: fodémat uacht ┐ gortai . . . ria ndaerbásaib éitchib before (dying) a miserable death, LB 206b56 . ¤breth sentence of condemnation: rug Dia an daoirbhreath so ar na daoinibh, TSh. 4 . ni dhearnais daorbhreitheamhnas flatha tyrannical judgment , ML 102 . ¤chor: ní daerchor `no sorry bargain', Metr. Dinds. iii 410 . ¤chris: daorchrios diúide `austere restrictions', Ó Bruad. ii 70 . ¤dál hard judgement or fate: daor-dháil, TSh. 6099 . ¤dálach rigorous, severe: cúntas daor-dhálach, TSh. 3750 . ar na hanmannaibh damanta daor-dhálacha ill-fated , TSh. 6264 . ¤dangen: i nhiffern ṅdúr ndáirdaṅgen, SR 1764 . ¤galar: gailcind nó daergalar ` haemorrhoids ', Fél. 44 (Jan. 16) . flux bronn no daorgaluir, 24 P 3, 346.2 . ¤gol: ag daorghol i nguais ghalair, Ó Bruad. ii 108 . ¤greim: fodhailset tuatha aithecha fo Erind ┐ roddet daergreim flatha Erend uasaib they were placed under strict subjection (?), BB 255b36 . ¤méit: o Dealbaeth nach dealbad bréic | cinset Dealbna can daormeit, Lec. 439b4 = gaendaermeit, BB 188b35 . ¤múch: cen dáermūich daille `vile smoke of blindness', Fianaig. 50 .

In adjj. ¤bésach: gomsa daerbésacha macneda Uladh i l-leth o maithrechaibh inherit servile ways from their mothers, ZCP viii 545 . ¤buillech: deilm d. `a dishonouring blow', Metr. Dinds. iii 234 . ¤garg: debtha dene dóergairce, LU 3466 ( SCC § 25 ). Ériu viii 173 .

(c) Rarely with vbs.: ¤brissid: cor daerbris a druim ar dó ann, Acall. 4871 ; 6943 ; 6998 .

eill, éill

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x see ell , 2 íall.

élang

Cite this: eDIL s.v. élang or dil.ie/19927

 

n o, m. ; ā, f. IGT, Decl. § 11 , § 12 .

I Defect, flaw, weak spot (of persons or things): nach geimliged dib acht gach drem ar a n-aireochadh élang in whom he would perceive any lack (of courage) MR 198.17 . ni frith fer gan élang no gan etirlen (of warriors tested for courage and coolness) 200.15 . ar a crodhacht ni celam | ni frith orra én-elang, BB 62a33 . nochan feadar mh'élang féin I know of no weakness in myself Duan. F. i 19.3 . tréad gan éalaing, Hackett xv 19 . a Dhé...léigsi gan éalaing...Séamus...dá mhuinntir slán unharmed Ó Bruad. iii 140.11 . fath gan elang gan easbhaidh, Top. Poems 98.20 . nemh gan elang da n-anmain without fail BNnÉ 268.8 . fuar[a]ttar elang ┐ uireasbaidh ar an bprotexion `a flaw...in [the wording of] the protection' AFM v 1774.11 . fuair an Iustis...ell ┐ elang a fforcoimett Uí Neill ar an mbealach go ndeachaidh treimhit gan troit, vi 2224.10 . an tán na fuairsiott...élang na eislis forsan bforaire, Hugh Roe 272.7 (f. 72a) . dus an bfuighbhetis elang no eatarbhaogal for araill do bhailtibh meic M., 304.24 (f. 79b) . go ffuair faill ┐ elang na huaire sin fair, AFM vi 2256.6 . Hence opportunity: fuair Iarla D. elang ar eludh, v 1664.23 .

II Loss, misfortune (?): dith meic D., trúag n-élang, Metr. Dinds. iv 306.31 . cf. tri fichit láa dó for leirg | fer cecha lá inna cheird | batir hésein a hélaing | con[d]atánc[at]ar Héraind, ZCP iii 45§29 (`seine Mühsale (?)' Thurn., ZCP ix 209 ).

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