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1 dos

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 dos or dil.ie/18430
Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: dus, dus, dus, duss, duis, dois, dusu, doss, dos

n u, o, m. ? n s. dus (: Oengus), Metr. Dinds. iii 390.17 . d s. dus, Ériu lxv 128 . dus, TBC-I¹ 2665 = duss, TBC-LL¹ 3460 . g s. duis, dois. a p. dusu, TBC-I¹ 3601 . g p. doss, Thes. ii 290.10 . IGT Decl. § 67 . ? dosae, Ériu xxxix 136 . Bushy tree (poetic word): dos a tall tree with a thick branching head, hence a tall man . . . also . . . a bush, bramble or thicket , P. O'C.

(a) In lit. sense of a tree: airdem dosaiph dair highest of trees is the oak, Auraic. 4275 = ardam dossaibh, 5548 . dairib doss, LL 52b41 . is decmaic mes do beith ar d.¤ mana fuil frēmh aigi, Laws iv 382 Comm. co cualatar in ceol isin dus ibair, SG 311 . d.¤ na righ (one of the three chief trees of Ireland), ZCP v 21 . fir is mna míne fo doss | cen peccad, cen immorboss, Imr. Brain § 41 . ní ba lia (sic leg.) duilli for d.¤ , SG 364 . de dindgnaib doss, Thes. ii 290 (poem).

Copse, thicket: dligid a doss, a derb-chaill, Metr. Dinds. ii 58 . do-s-neim d.¤ dlúit[h] dairpri rúaidh ( foliage ?), Fianaig. 14 . inmain d.¤ ainglech idhan, | Ros nDairbrech na noeibh-ibur, Lism. L. 4726 . rohoileadh . . . illeptaib feoir ┐ fidnemid ┐ ua dosaib diamraib digaindi darach, TTebe 512 . ar cur agh a huardhosaibh hunting the deer out of cool thickets, Ó Bruad. iii 52 . In n.loc. Cnoc an Dois, CF 263 .

(b) Transf. protector, one who gives shelter or defence, champion, superior (common in poetry and rhetorical prose): nítfia luag . . . nidat doss ós duss (Fer Diad to Cú Ch.), TBC-LL¹ 3460 = TBC-I¹ 2665 . Dauid, ciarbo deoda doss, SR 6799 . roslecht[sat] dia [n]dúis, dia [n]doss their lord, 3467 . doss frēmunn ḟírinne (of Colum Cille), ACL iii 218 = Rawl. 107b3 . doss fína fíal forglidi, RC xx 146 . dom' d.¤ donnbhailc deghdaire, LL 385b13 . is he dighlas in dus garg, Fen. 68 . ré secht mbliadan déc don d.¤ , LL 127b14 ( MacCarthy 156 ). trí bliadna fa dó don dus, do mac Colmáin, Arch. Hib. ii 83 ( LL 184b45 ). in doss dítnes dronga Domnand, LL 45a31 . testa úadib a ndegthóisech engnama . . . ┐ d.¤ a ndíten, TTr.² 1208 . Hence doss díten tree of shelter (common epithet of a hero): rapo doss díten . . . leo Conall, CRR § 36 , LL 228b14 (of Hector). ina d.¤ dítin deghlāech, Fianaig. 86 . dā laech . . . dā d.¤ didin, Cog. 56 . ón d.¤ dídin (of Aodh Ua Néill), Hugh Roe 284 . robtar dois didin . . . doibh, 316 . Maelduin in doss díten, Gorm. June 10 . d.¤ ditin (of Mochuta), SG 35 . a dhuis díona in degshlóig, 265 . Exceptionally in abstr. sense: doem d.¤ ditin ar nimtenchus don fhiligh `protection is afforded for the dignity of the poet', Laws i 62 Comm. In compd. with adj. or subst.: Rumel rigd.¤ , SR 796 . rig rodelb Pardos . . . is he ar n-armd.¤ airgdidi, 1300 . is mé Oengus céle Dé | coemd.¤ glē clēre, 8010 . co torchair in caemd.¤ cáin, LL 127b38 ( MacCarthy 156 ). docer coemdoss Cindmara, 128b39 . ria cuanaib na caemdoss, 140b28 . trilis chuanna na caemd.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 424 .

In chevilles: Dia dom chomét diplib d.¤ , LL 297a12 (wrongly written d'iplib, SG 364 ) = dib lib d.¤ , Lec. 699a46 . imroéfet fri bérla | ó Róim dítnib doss, LL 119a18 ( PRIA xix 532 ).

In other senses: Hiruad . . . robean aingel Dē da deoin, | dorigne doss cruime de a mass (?) of worms (of Herod, cf. Acts xii 23 ), YBL 138b51 . aradhna . . . go sgoth-dhossaibh for a gcennoip ` tassels ', Fl. Earls 252 .

Compds. ¤aball: confacaid d. díonmór fó bláth a leafy apple-tree , SG 351 . ¤barrach: coillti dlúithi dosbarracha ` bush-topped ', CF 820 . ¤bile: dosbhile buadha ar lár an oilein a luxuriant tree, KMMisc. 322 . ba samhalta re doisbhile mor os fhiodhbaidh, ZCP x 279 . Transf. of a hero: adbath craeb dosbili móir | Aengus Molbtach Mac Nadfraich, RC xvii 120 (Tig.), cf. AFM 489 (dosbhile n-óir). Of a thick head of hair: méit[ithir] cliab búana in dosbili find forórda fil fair, BDD § 97 . dosbili mór fair, FB § 91 . ¤ḟotae: eocrand . . . duillech doss-fota, IT iii 42.14 = dosḟada, 16 ; dosada, 13.7 . ¤galach: dorar ardidlach | eslabar d., LL 5295 ( IT iii 33 , dossg., BB). ¤glan: Tuaim nDoss-glain, Metr. Dinds. iii 312 . ¤lebar: do bhí in lomán. . . gégach duilleach doisleabar tall and bushy, Ériu iv 116 . ¤lethan: bile díghainn doislethan leafy and spreading, SG 68 . fo dhoiredhuib dosleathna, Fianaig. 52 . ¤linn: for dolinntib na habann ` bushy pools ', RC xxiii 410 . ¤mag: ar choill | na ndosmhagh uaine aloinn wooded (bushy?) plains , 3 C 13, 720.10 . ¤mailgech bushy-browed , FB § 37 . ¤mór: croind duillecha dosmhóra, BCC § 355 d . coillte díona dosmhóra duillebair, SG 266 . See dosmar.

dusgalach

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adj dorar ard-idlach eslabar d.¤ , LL 38a52 ( IT iii 33 , dossgal-, BB). Perh. deriv. of compd. of dos and 1 gal.

? esgalach

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adj Dungalach...esgalach (eslabar v.l.), IT iii 33.5 = BB 302a22 .

eslabar

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Forms: eslabar, e(a)slabra

adj (ess + slabar, Ascoli cclxxv ) ample; liberal, generous, unstinted: slabar cach cumang ┐ eslabar .i. cach fairsing, Corm. Y 1153 . eslabar...fairsing o bronnad, O'Mulc. 429 . eslabar (gl. liberalis) Ml. 85a7 . rí óc eslabar BDD 15 . óig-rí eslobar, O'Gr. Cat. 470.9 . ba heslabar gurbat dērcach, Anecd. iii 13.13 = bat eslabar corbot erdairc, LL 345c16 . apair fris...ba eslabar, ba garta, ZCP xi 96.17 (eislabair, heaslabra v.l.). dia mba fuaireoch eslopor trocar fri gach trog, ACL iii 315 n. 21 . As subst. pl. concechalsat buada atmbelat eslabrai a baccaib ráth, LL 119b31 ; 'when generous ones will perish' Brislech 38 § 10 . Compar.: ce dotísat mórgressa remib ni ferae cóini | fobíth nídat eslabru (e(a)slabra MSS.) oldás in Rí dosfóidi `they are not more abundant than those of the King who sends them' Ériu i 198.9 .

eslabrae

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Forms: eslabrae, eslabrai, eslabrai, eslabrai, n-eslabræ, eslabrae

n , f. ( eslabar ) liberality, generosity: eslabrae (gl. liberalitas) Ml. 19c20 . eslabre gl. amabilia , Wb. 24 b 8 . eslabra .i. enech, Fél. 110.37 . Metr. Gl., Ff. 20 . Hard. ii 290.15 . eslabra Guaire `G.'s generosity' RC xxvi 376.3 . Ériu i 46.15 . ferr umla, ferr ailgena, ferr eslabra fris (sc. towards a guest), Ériu ii 172 § 2 . eslabrai co ndeirc, vii 152.32 . ZCP iii 26.5 (easlabra). easlabrai co cartoit fri saint, 24 x . a s. co ro shoera ar ttengtha [sic leg.] ar eslabrai n-ainairchis, Ir. Lit. 26.17 . d s. ho eslabrai (gl. sua liberalitate) Ml. 57b5 . do eslabrai , ZCP xi 96.10 . cainduthrucht co n-eslabræ , ZCP iii 26.8 . a gáis ┐ ordan ┐ eslabrai ┐ indraccus (essentials of a chief), Tec. Corm. § 5 . g s. á eslabrae (gl. suae liberalitatis) Ml. 57b1 . eslabrae dæ frinni (gl. bonitatis) 105b12 . In concrete sense a generous person: anairi cach n-eslabra, ACL iii 230.3 . Cf. robruth rig eslabrae, LU 83b38 = BDD 34 (`a generous king's great ardour').

fairsing

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Forms: forsiung-, fairsiung, farṡiung, fairsiung, fairsing, foirsingigem, farsiungmenmnaigi, fairsingmenmnaigi, forsiungmenmnaige

adj i, u, forsiung-, Ml. 60a2 . fairsiung, 84a3 . Fél. Oct. 28 (v.l.) LB 36a35 . farṡiung, TBC-LL¹ 1022 .

(a) ample, broad, spacious: fairsiung (gl. latus) Ml. 84a3 . fairsing (gl. amplus) Ir. Gl. 640 . epistil bai imma bragait, ... in tan nobered fírindi ba fairsing da braigit ; in tan ba gó ba cumang, Bodl. Corm. s.v. sin ( 1160 Y). is cumung is farsiung (descr. of `iffern') LU 2453 . is lethan ┐ is fairsiung in sét (= lata est uia) LB 36a35 = PH 4000 . is fairsing a ṅdál-som `ample is their assembly' [ wide, far-reaching (?), cf. (b)] Fél., Oct. 28 . badhun f.¤ , Maund. 252 . iostad f.¤ , Measgra D. 57.6 . is fairsind urlar a thaidhe, AU iii 612 (instance of -nn for -ng, K.M., Wortk. 68 ). machaire fairsing, TSh. 2556 . fearann fairseing (: eing), Keat. i p. 172 . don árus ḟ.¤ ... na cathrach neamhdha, TSh. 2729 . robsat fiala fairsinge a foirghneamha, MR 102z . fa gíall geimhil ḟairsing í a hostage with a roomy fetter IGT, III. ex. 419 . As subst. : a slucud in oenfecht ... dar farṡiung a bragat, TBC-LL¹ 1022 (fairsingi St). gabsat rompa i bhḟairsiung sligheadh in the open road RC xliii 38 § 36 . ar fairsingib ┐ ar forréitib na ferand the wide (open) and level parts Fianaig. 64.10 . in dabhuch as luga ... | fairsing ndesi [sic leg.], cumang trír, Acall. 3926 (`too wide for two' SG ii 203 ).

(b) in extended sense ample, copious, profuse: slabar cach cumang ┐ eslabar cech fairsing, Corm. Bodl. s.v. slabrad ( 1153 Y). sealg romhōr roḟairsing a widely flung hunt Fianaig. 42.1 . Of persons profuse, generous: Ua C. an chroidhe ḟ.¤ , TD 34.30 . gáir na bhflaith bhfairsing, Measgra D. 57.19 . iostad na bhflaith bhfairsing bhfíonmhar, Keat. Poems 1570 . go mbíodh go fial f.¤ leis na dronguibhsi, Mac Aingil 364.2 . Superl. : foirsingigem (probably for -gimem ; gl. latissimam) Ml. 67d4 . COMPDS. : forsingmenmnach (gl. magnanimus) Ml. 123a16 . ¤menmnaige , f. acc. in farsiungmenmnaigi (gl. magnanimitatem) Ml. 90c4 . dat. huand fairsingmenmnaigi , 136a14 . gen. inna forsiungmenmnaige (gl. longanimitatis) 60a2 .

1 gart

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Forms: garta

n I g s. garta; a s. gart ṅglan, LL 132b23 . generosity, hospitality, honourable behaviour: gart .i. fēle, Corm. Y 691 . gart .i. a caritate , O'Mulc. 629 . ingen ríg richis garta (.i. einech), LU 10256 . gart (.i. enech), LB 77 marg. inf. Ériu i 72 n. 12 . gart .i. eineach, O'Cl. tairgebad cenn | gart finn fēile, ACL iii 298 § 66 . Cf. 296 § 39 ; 297 § 56 . gart ... .i. gaisged, O'Curry 140 ( H 3.18, p. 79 ). gaisccedh ocus gart (qualities of a warrior or chief), ZCP viii 109 § 8 . Cf. TBC-LL¹ 2808 . TTr.² 1335 . AFM v 1326.21 . gart .i. clú, O'R. Poems ní frith gáes ná gart ná genus ... conom thicse (of Emer), LU 8327 ( FB 24 ). ar gart ┐ cruth ┐ deilb, BDD 106 . ar gart ┐ ara fhéile friú, Cóir Anm. § 37 . ar gart friu ┐ ar a ressorcain dind aúne irrabatar, ZCP viii 313.12 . gartt hi gcóig open-handedness [is fitting] in a cook, iv 234.4 . do·llēce néoit do gart, xi 96 § 54 g . cen co ndernus gart chena, Otia i 128.31 . ferr gart grísad, LL 345c50 (Thurn. Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. i 15.33 ). Ériu iv 146.24 . cīa do·rigni gart ar tús ? ... .i.Seth ... do·rat fleid dia brāthrib ... ┐ tuc crod da cach brāthair dīb, ZCP xiii 132 § 10 . gart, gairgi, is cruas, MR 150.11 ; 98.21 . do gal, do gart, do gaisced, LL 270b23 ; 123a35 . g s. fialsum fial-si cotagaiu (cottagaib v.l.) comrair (comrar v.l.) garta diblioniuu a coffer of generosity holds them both (?), Anecd. ii 69.14 . precthaig cen sil ṅderbgarta, SR 8331 . co lín garta, LU 3544 . in ruri garta, TFerbe 918 ; ib. 638 . teallach fēli ┐ garta ... ē, ZCP viii 102.18 . pl. ro chren fialgarta cen faill, LU 4277 ( SG 84.16 ). fregartach Gūaire im ghartaibh, ZCP viii 109 § 11 . oirrderc a ghnīomh 'sa gharta, Irish Texts iv 30 § 3 . lámaib fáenaib | findaib gartaib | gnímaib maithib, Ériu xxvi 86 § 24 . Cf. Auraic. 4060 . apair fris ... ba eslabar, ba garta, ZCP xi 96 § 55 . atát ina ngrindi garta a generous host, LL 265a17 ( MU² 405 ). m'oide glan garta, Content. ii § 8 . cóic ḟichit leand, lighdha [a n-]gart wonderful the bounty, Leb. Cert. 98.14 .

Compds. ¤blai a place of honour : diamuir gartblai, Snedg. u. Mac R 13 § 66 . ¤gal: gnim gu ngartghail, Lism. L. 2134 . ¤glan fair in hospitality : compar. as superl. cuan as gartgloine (sic leg.) fo gréin, Top. Poems 92.11 . ¤glóir: bitis fri gartglóir ..., SR 4527 . ¤nia a generous warrior, Metr. Dinds. iv 90.6 .

II ? adj. generous, noble : Eogan Fidhḟeccach fíal gart, Cóir Anm. § 36 . ? robo gart arái n-enig, TTr.² 1589 (`he was a chief' W.S., as if 2 gart). M. na ruad-gal gart, Cog. 124.18 . taoscach, trúpach, laomdha, lonnghart, Ó Bruad. iii 144.19 .

slabar

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adj o, ā narrow : slabrad .i. slabar-īad .i. īadad cumang .i. s.¤ cach cumang, eslabar .i. cach fairsing, Corm. Y 1153 . eslabar .i. slabrad oss labar (leg. ó's slabar, Ed.) .i. cumang, eslabar didiu fairsing o bronnad, inde gigas dicit dith slabre clabir coindith (comdith?), O'Mulc. 429 (= dith slabrae slab comdetae, LL 119b46 ). torc nach slabhar .i. nach cumang (B. na f.), ZCP v 485 § 3 (wrongly explained as `fairsing', ib. 488 § 6 ).

As subst.: ná rabur sel i slabraib `lest I be for awhile in straits', Ériu vi 114 § 2 .