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ammaitecht

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n [ā, f.]

(a) profession or activity of an ammait; witchcraft, evil influence, etc.; rofoghluinnset na hingina fessa ┐ duile ┐ amaidecht (.i. glicus), Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. ii 15. 15 . tri amaidecht ingeine Ulcain, ZCP xii 375.3 . ba heolach sidhe an cach ceird draidechta ┐ aimidechta (of a woman), RC xxiv 176.12 . batar Tuathai De Danonn aig foglaim . . . druidechtai ┐ amaidechtai, RC xii 56 § 1 . dogensa . . . etir caemslecht ┐ admilliud ┐ amaidichtai, 92 § 119 (said by the Dagda). As quasi-Vn.: banaimiti íatside nóbíth ag aimitecht ┐ ag aidmilled mac mbeg, Cóir Anm. 54 .

(b) foolishness: lán . . . d'aimidecht `folly' (of the body), RC xxiii 10.2 . fanmhuin ina dhíthchreideamh ┐ ina amaideacht (of a profane scoffer), Eochairsg. 88.39 .

1 cud (-th)

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Forms: caut

n o. Also caut (Lat. caput with loss of p, Goid. 81 ). Expld. as head : descud . . . cind .i. des don c[h]. .i. don chind īatside, quia fit c.¤ .i. cend, Corm. Y 471 . c.¤ .i. cenn, Goid. 75 § 4 (Dúil Laithne). caut .i. cenn, H 3.18, 67b7 . `cudh' (add. nó cuth, v.l.) cenn, Metr. Gl. 31 § 62 . cudh no cuth .i. ceann, O'Cl. c.¤ na ciuili (.i. cenn na luingsi), ZCP v 487 § 12 (B. na f.). foxladh do ch.¤ re curach .i. delu[ghu]dh cinn re coloinn, 488 § 5 (B. na f.). fethol chuid Ailinne `the shape of A.'s head', RC xiii 222.43 . Preceded by prepp. in B. na f.: ōs a cīn .i. os cut cend a leabhair, ZCP v 483 § 4 = os cudh (.i. ceann) a cín, iii 378.10 . scéinti [míl mbec] lea hanail ho ch.¤ head first (?), in the end (?), LU 10599 ( CCC 5 § 5 ).

do-bá

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: dobeba, doroeba, -róiba, -raeba, do-bath, doraebadur, doroebatar, atbathatar

v (*dí-ba-). Fut. 3 s. (or pret.?) dobeba, ZCP xi 87 § 49 ; cf. atbeuha (atbela, v.l.), ZCP iii 465.6 . atambebai, LL 14232 (123a31); Pret. and perf. 3 s. doroeba, -róiba, -raeba. Also do-bath (cf. at-bath s.v. at-bail(l)). Later as simple vb., see 2 díbaid.

Dies; becomes extinct, lapses: diba a cin la cintuch (actio personalis moritur cum persona), Laws i 78 Comm. v 448 (daba). doba a fallaib flatha, ii 270 ( ZCP xiv 365 § 25 ) ( .i. dibdaithir on flaith, 272 Comm. ). doba fola flaith . . . .i. dibaither ae uais in fir etc., `the qualification of a chief is taken away', iv 378 . ? is ann diba finntedaib, 282 . Esp. (of persons) dies without issue, (of families) becomes extinct: cach flaith nād bí co fírbéssaib fírinne follnathar, dobá dobeba, ZCP xi 87 . Clann Maeltuili . . . doroeba side, Rawl. 159a18 . doroibaid a chlann, Rawl. 118a29 . doraebadur, Lec. 553b5 . 562a11 = BB 35a34 (doraebadar). dorobatar a clanna uili, BB 120a39 = doroebatar, Rawl. 118a40 . dorroibtatar huile iatside , Imr. Brain ii 289 = atbathatar, Laud 610 . In general sense dies, perishes: righan . . . cia doreabha for Breaghaibh | doreaga Teamair tealaigh, BB 37a19 = cia doraba for Bregaib, dorega . . ., Lec. 564a48 . doreaba: Threana, 592b35 . dodraebaid: aenaig, BB 37a49 . cia dosreabha a crich choimsig, BB 44a19 = cia dusraeba, Lec. 574a37 . diraipetor la mac C. . . . Conuing ┐ Fiechra, Ériu viii 178 (= dorubairt, L). is di dobeb I shall die of it, Dinds. 91 ( RC xvi 41 ). feib dobeba cōir, ACL iii 314 . dobebat iar cuirriuch carpait, RC xxvi 36 . dobebat flathi ria n-anflathib, 38 . dobath C., Dinds. 91 ( RC xvi 41 ). is ann dobath forro a cuid do Muigh Breagh, BB 270a3 .

do-furgaib

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Forms: turcabthae, turcbál

v (* to-ro-uss-gaib-, GOI p. 526 . Otherwise Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 530 . See do-fócaib).

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(a) raises, lifts up (corresponding to lit. sense of Lat. tollere): do-m-urcbaid suas lift me up, LL 126a51 . turcbaid-sium a oenluirg n-ániusa, TBC-I¹ 913 (tocbaid, St.). difurgaib-side . . . a gaisced uas gaiscedaib in tshluaigh, Anecd. v 11 = IT i 100 § 8 . immalle doaurcbad doib a cossa ┐ fosruimet they lift their feet, TBC-I¹ 3312 . . . . mōrfer taurcbad illtonna fri n-iach n-amulach who raise up many billows against the beardless salmon-hero (?), 987 (rhet.). ma [a]dellad in duine dourgbad cnoc and it would raise a lump, Corm. Y 975 . intan dourgabtaís a láma fri tabairt béime, TTr.² 1705 . co turcba a bolga corcra fora agaigh, YBL 126a28 . tairnid indara ceand cia torcba aroile, Ériu v 238 . filleam gluine, turgbam lama let us lift our hands (in prayer), Lec. 593b7 . connā turgebtis a n-aigthe la Goedelu so that they should not lift their faces, RC viii 50 . turcbais (tocbais, St.) ┐ tasbenais do feraib hErend in cend, TBC-LL¹ 1422 . turgabair suas, LL 126a53 . ni digbaid a soillsi cia turcbaither . . . coinnle aile friu, Anecd. v 1.18 = cia turrgaibther, Alex. 814 . ri tarcbad fiad chuirib clann (: tardad) who was lifted up (on the Cross), SR 7751 .

With pers. form of FOR takes on oneself (fig.): is romōr turcbais-[s]eo fort, Anecd. i 9.18 .

(b) raises, sets up, erects (a stone, building, etc.); later often of building, constructing in general: dond ail turcaib for in tráig, LL 1398 . ar Coimdiu . . . turcbaid cech gne, cech cumtach, SR 7694 . rí . . . doforgaib osna múraib erordaib, 531 . is leis rothurcbad o lár | in cumtach, 7029 . āit a ndēndais a cētgaisced turcbaitis a corthi, Ériu viii 156 . bidh tāilgionn rostoirgeba who shall found it (of monastery of Áth Ferna), BNnÉ 193 .

(c) uplifts, elevates, exalts: turgbad lubru la triunu, Tec. Corm. § 6.27 . turcbad firinni; dofuirceba, ZCP xi 91 § 7 . ní rath tíri teclumus; ní treóin ó tír turgebhus, LL 386a43 = ní treoin ó thír thuirgebdaidh, Leb. Cert. 200 , ni ra treoin o tir tairgebas, BB 128b15 . menma tuinne torcabair the spirit of the wave is uplifted, Otia ii 81 .

(d) raises (a cry, the voice, etc.), utters, enounces: dufurcbat gl. (verba) promebat, Ml. 72b7 . dururgab gl. depromsit verba, 72c16 . amal ata turcabthi inná epertasin gl. prolata, 32b1 . dofurcabar tríit fessin gl. per se prolatum, Sg. 43a3 . ní turgabar ade . . . cen guttai gl. proferri non potest, 4b14 . dorurgabtha gl. sunt prolata, 61a15 . nach tan dofurgaib int augtur bréthir fora gin sechtair, Hib. Min. 410 . intan . . . noturcbad son a gotha, Ériu iv 30 . turcbaid a hainm declare its name, BB 408b26 . na guthacha is iatside dourgbad treothu fein (= per se proferuntur), Auraic. 366 = is iatside dourgabat fein, Lec. 308b39 .

(e) rears, brings up: nin-aile, nin turcaba (of a bad parent), LL 346a33 = ni turcaba, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. 21 . Elisabeth, Sacairarsci . . . issiat sin turgaib Eóin, Ériu iv 178 . hitē turcaibset inn ingin, Rawl. 133b8 .

(f) raises up, produces, causes: an dufurgaib in chomfrithorcun ón gl. collisio . . . signa proferens, Ml. 138b1 . annarbu thurgabthae when (impiety) was not produced (refers to profertur), 86d14 . ri roordaig ocht ngaetha, torgaib . . . cethri primgaetha, . . . cethri fogaetha, SR 46 . rí rosáer Loth . . . dia targbad in plág badbda (: tardad, 7307 ). Cf. 2915 . ? rí dosrergai b. . . fri serggad, fri inforbart (of plants), 7293 . rotuisim Dia . . . inn uili n-anmand rothurcbadar na husci (= omnem animam quam produxerunt aquae, Gen. i 21 ), Lec. 528b1 .

(g) raises, begins, undertakes, engages in: turcbait a fedma uile | do ríg Berba, Metr. Dinds. iii 20 . ni torgaib nach d[a]iscor na mār no pauper undertakes anything great, Laws ii 254 . mided cāch a cōir ara torgaba a māma that he may undertake (proportionate) duties (?), ib.

II Intrans.

(a) rises: dururgaib gl. emersit, Ml. 63a15 . durugabsam gl. emerserimus, Acr. 8c1 ( Thes. ii 4 ). intan donórcaib grian, TBC-I¹ 3443 . bali i turgaib grían, LL 223b17 . ond airiur as torgaib grian, SR 8105 . turcgeba sruth sroibtened | a huillib talman, 8089 , cf. 8105 . tricha torc na torgabhaid that cannot stand up (?), Leb. Cert. 62 . amal turcbas tene focetoir ┐ báidid co prap doridise, PH 2407 . dias dourgcbad osin tshluag, Rawl. 88b52 .

(b) In allied senses arises, appears, comes forth: i n-óen fhecht . . . turbcat don choemchrund duille ┐ bláth ┐ mess, Metr. Dinds. iii 288 . ní thurcaibh crand tria ūir cēt míle fria taebhaibh, Marco P. 11 . na hilgalra turcbait in cach tuaith, ACL iii 315 § 37 . co breithe na cennathae i turgaib in cest, O'D. 560 ( H 3.17 439 ).

Part. turcabthae. Vn. turcbál.

escartach

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Forms: escart

adj o-ā (?) (escart)

(a) made of tow, coarse (or subst., id qu. escart ?): léinteacha eascaoine easgartuig PCT 103 .

(b) refuse, offscourings (?): fig., of sinners: escartach diabuil ┐ in t-etecul fás folam cin nach n-ertorad ...cuirfiter iatside i bpianaib suthaine, LB 187b3 .

? etecul

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n escartach diabuil ┐ in t-etecul fas folam cin nach n-ertorad ł cin ernail maithiusa acht hilar pecad, cuirfitir iatside i pianaib suthaine, LB 187b3 .

? guthach

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n a vowel : pl. na guthacha is iatside dourgbad treothu fein, Auraic. 365 = guthaigi, 2744 .