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airlithe

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adj io, iā (cf. 1 airle) obedient, submissive, docile: combat irlithi geinti do hiris gl. ad obaeditionem fidei in cunctis gentibus, Wb. 7c14 . robtar irlithi ar [mog]e dúnn résiu tised hiress robtar anirlithi, 27c8 , 29b2 . ma[nba]d irlaithi, 27c11 . munter umal aurlaithe (aurlatid, urlataid, urlaitad v.l.) nád epir `ní reg', Ériu iii 106 § 45 . ferthaiges umal aurlithe (aurlaiti, urlat, v.l.), 106 § 40a . urlaiti .i. umhaloid, ut est, aes fognama urlaiti, O'Dav. 1608 Cf. ao[s ?] fognuma urrlaite edir ced ┐clog ┐salm, O'D. 2189 ( Nero A vii 132a ) (perh. to be referred to aurlatu). ropsa becda athar-umal aurlaite, O'Curry 51 ( H 3.18, p. 18b ). urlaithe .i. ésgaidh, O'Cl. ? As subst. slán gach airlithidh, O'Gr. Cat. 99.27 .i. is slan don cach doni in tuasal-liu[d] ara cheile, O'Curry 2498 (Eg. 88, 40(41)c) (cf. liïd).

Compar. armbat irlithiu, Wb. 22d2 .

See airlataid.

amsaine

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Forms: amhsaine

n , f. = amsae. amhsaine f., IGT Decl. § 3 . ro naisc sium a munter . . . a n-a.¤ for rig A., RC xx 430.4 . in lanamain bis i n-a.¤ , Laws ii 356.24 Comm. do chuaid . . . for fecht do dol a n-a.¤ co rig Connacht, Fél. 48.z . atá sin ac rí Albun a n-a.¤ , RC v 200 § 13 . battar acc reicc a n-amhsaine . . . le hUltoibh, AFM v 1564.12 . a haithli m'amhsuine, Prolegomena 44 § 11 . aes ámsaine, LB 236 marg. inf. a nduasaib dligthech re hamsaib gabus greim a.¤ re dethberus uile . . . ┐ re hamsaib na gaibh greim a.¤ ┐ an gein tuillmidhachta, O'Curry 2318 ( Eg. 88, 24a ) `? compositions for military service', Plummer MS notes. duine . . . denaid a.¤ no faichill fris, O'D. 781 (H 3.17, c. 560-1). amhsoine as fhada iarmuirt `campaign', Studies 1921, 76.22 . cuairt a.¤ , Grail 2523 . Fig. muinter an mōrchoimdeg . . . tāt ina a.¤ gan aos, gan ḟás, ZCP viii 201 § 13 . innmhe is uaisle / go dtibhre uaimse ar amhsaine, Dán Dé xvi 6 .

adj In transferred meaning: gnúis úathmhar na hamhsoine ` of the soldiery ', Studies 1919, 256 § 2 .

árbach

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Forms: airbach, ármach, armaigh

n o, m. ? Orig. n. Quantity of initial vowel not fixed by rhyme but usually written long. Perh. airbach infl. by ár. Also written ármach (infl. of ármag). Note n s. armaigh (: Garaidh), Ériu i 28.192 (metri gratia).

Slaughter, carnage: rīg Airgīall ule i n-á.¤ / acht macc Rúadrach, Arch. Hib. ii 61 § 44 . roimigh beogonta asan arbach `the slaughter', ZCP vi 38.29 . gur chuir trom-ármach (arbhach v.l.) air, CRR 96.7 . an tan it-connairc in t-arbach, Grail 3332 . for-uaratar U. . . . i mmesc ind arbaich, 2752 . tre lár in armuig tucadar a munter , TTebe 4056 . iarsin tancatar amach / forru ar écin, cíarb arbach, Metr. Dinds. iii 392.102 . d'innchomarta ármuig `omen of slaughter', MR 236.5 . ar ionad an ármhaigh, Keat. i 202.y . ag fadhbhadh na ffer ngonta seachnón an ármhaigh, AFM v 1646.y . go tteagoitt na Goill anoir / do dioghail orra a n-ármhoigh `to avenge their slaughter', Duan. F. ii 164 § 36 . budh dreamhoin a n-ármhoighe `their slaughters will be dreadful', 164 § 38 . thug sé don ármhach iad, Isaiah xxxiv 2 . Of hell: mairg recus tir na mbéo ar tir na marb ┐ arin arbach naduathmar, LB 256b51 .

ascalt

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n m. scarcity, dearth: a.¤ .i. es gelt; nō as-colt .i. es-colt .i. colt biad, Corm. Y 6 , Ériu xiii 61 § 4 . int a.¤ mor ┐ fames, AU i 228.11 . ascolt ┐ tinorgna, Hib. Min. 40.26 . ascolt inar conaib, 66.16 . ascolt mor for cethraibh isind erruch, AU i 396.1 . Of the death of a king: issed atrubairt rí Breg / is ascult ríg a munter , LL 299a28 ( SG 368.28 ). Referring to diseases of cattle: conach .i. in tasgalt no in caile, O'Curry 657 (H 3.18, 320). bóár .i. in ta.¤ no caile, O'D. 806 (H 3.17, c. 577). bó ár ┐ a.¤ isin mbliadhainsi, AFM ii 930.6 .

ceithern

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Forms: -nn, ceithrenn, -irne, c.

n ā f. Also -nn and later ceithrenn. Pl. also -irne. c.¤ (ceithreann, v.l.) f., IGT Decl. § 12 (61.z) . kern(e) (as collect.), band of fighting-men; band or collection of persons in general: cethern .i. coire aimite, unde dicitur cethernach.¤ Cethern didiu, cith cath ┐ orn orgain, Corm. Y 295 . cethirn comlain (dat. of accompaniment), SR 3538 . rom bía-sa cethern lib condeochaindsea do thabairt cobra dó desin, LU 5906 (TBC). ar cethernd aile quoth some others, (another? See below), 1909 . abaigh ceall go cethernaibh `soldiery', Ériu xviii 72 § 62 . undsea chethirn ṅ-gilla, TBC-LL¹ 5762 . comrac da ceithernn . . . Munter T. ┐ Mundter C., RC xviii 21.18 . iss é ra marb i[n] cethirnn mbric `the speckled kerne', Ann. Inisf. 1206.7 . ac biathadh mu ceitheirne, Acall. 524 . ar coimge don cethirn may the band (of saints) protect us, Gorm. May 27 . eccla ṡústa duirn dīabuil / cona c[h]eithirn guirm ghlóraigh, ACL iii 216.16 . ón cheithrinn chródha, Duan. F. ii xxxvi 2 . gidh bé ceithearna ad-chíthir, DDána 102.30 . ríoghdhacht chonnláin cheithirne, IGT Decl. ex. 589 . cethrinna ┐ macaimh . . . in bhaile, Smaointe B. Chr. 2965 . ceitheirne móra do shladaidhthib, SG 10.8 = turba latronum, V. SS. Hib. i 225 § 19 . sreith coinnmhedh ┐ ceitherna . . . do choscc `abolished the taxes of Coigny, Kernetty', AFM v 1686.3 (`Kernetty—this was a tax on every ploughland for the maintenance of the Lord's kerne', note. Separate derivative?).

With qual. gen.: ceithearn coilleadh clann Ádhuimh outlaw band, DDána 10.1 . ag caomhna na ceithirne coille ┐ na ndíbherccach, AFM v 1546.z . cethirna comlaind, TTebe 1477 . c.¤ congmhala an bhaile hired soldiers, AFM iii 558.9 . an macradh ina cethairn tigi domestic troop, SG 42.2 . ar son na cethernne timchill `bodyguard', BColm. 102.3 .

The singulative sense, well attested in the Engl. loanword (see N.E.D.) may occur in: is i cethern is dech la ri Temra . . . a gilla con, CF 73.25 ; cf. LU 1909 cited above and Meyer Contribb.

Compd. campa conghaireach ceithernlíonmhar, AFM vi 1884.8 .

1 corr

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adj I o, ā. On meanings cf. Loth, RC xxxiv 148 f. , TD ii 188 - 9 . ` tapering, cuspidated, peaked, pointed, jutting out or up, swelling ', Measgra D. 245 . Used of a wide variety of objects, incl. geographical features, places, buildings, weapons, human beings, animals, parts of the body, instruments, vessels, trees. Often somewhat vaguely applied: im Crúachain cuirr, LU 2847 . caidi ced-ainm in chairn chuirr?, Metr. Dinds. iii 356.7 . ón chrích chuirr, Bard. P. 5 . 16 . cathair ch.¤ , IT iii 23.2 . teagh c.¤ colam, IGT Decl. ex. 1343 . .u. claidhim corra catha, BB 273a35 . ar crandaibh camaibh corraibh, IT iii 86 § 91 . mac B. . . . gléchuirr `bright-eminent', Metr. Dinds. iii 272.26 . mac in chleirigh cuirr, AU ii 180.4 `stooped? hump-backed?' Plummer MS notes. fir chorra (of chessmen), Miscell. Celt. Soc. 160.7 . corrmhil c.¤ , IT iii 81 § 59 . a ccomtach a dha ccioch cc.¤ , Ériu iv 55.17 . na ruisg corra chriostalta, Dánta Gr. 13.11 (cf. cuirre). méra corra, IGT Decl. ex. 131 . dá pheinn . . . chuirr, ex. 1101 . pistal cuínge cuírre, IT iii 101 § 181 . fion . . . a cuachuibh corra, Rel. Celt. ii 208.26 . dī chūarán corra, MacCongl. 9.22 . cnóe corra, LL 27688 ( Dinds. 160 ). mínréidh na ród gc.¤ uile, A. Ó Dálaigh liv 2 . leathan thīs ┐ c.¤ t[h]uas (of a drop of milk), B. Fermoy 219b30 cited Duan. F. iii 246 . bainid teas . . . a cnapain corra dib `knobby' (hail- stones), Ir. Astr. Tr. 152.1 .

In more abstract senses: teacht ar druim cuain nó calaidh / ar uair gcuirr níor chleachtabhair, LBranach 6397 perh . `at an untimely hour', Gloss. ? do thréigios geallta corra / ní ghébhainn geall . . . / . . . acht do mholadh, 3406 . caince c.¤ / doní tonn . . . T., Acall. 861 `strange music', Murphy Lyrics 49.10 . laithe corra, TD 18.5 `unsettled', Notes (short?). diebus imparibus . . . .i. is na laithibh corra on odd days, 23 K 42, 57.14 (see subst. use below).

Equat. cuirrither hog luin a di ṡúil, Corm. 36.27 = cuirrit[h]ir, Corm. Y 1059 (91.17) . Compar. cuirre iná c.¤ aurócbála a dhá grúad, Corm. 36.29 . an bhruidhean nach cuirre cnoc, DDána 119.32 . na chíche nach curra an tugh, Rel. Celt. ii 232.10 .

II As subst. ā, [f.] (later somet. o) projecting part, end, corner, peak etc.: barr, críoch, c.¤ , Eg. Gl. 65 . c.¤, adharc, rinn etc., 119 . Used of a wide variety of objects (cf. adj. use supra): co cuirr Chruachain, BS 120.12 . fa cuirr cairrgi, ACL iii 235.20 . san gc.¤ choir(?), apse(?) (of a church), Eochairsg. 113.9 . corra an domhain = ends , Isaiah xli 5 . don chuirr bragat gl. ceruici, Gild. Lor. 133 . do benastar na goithne . . . i c.¤ bragatt na flatha ` nape ', Ann. Conn. 1405.15 . corra braghad `bend of the neck', O'Gr. Cat. 269.13 . re doighteach na naronn ┐ na gc.¤ mbraghad, 23 K 42, 156.6 . saothar mór ar na corraibh braghad, 165.7 (exact sense in pl. not clear). co tuargaib cend ass i coirr a chride (a knife), Fing. R. 328 . gé ro sgoilt cuirr chroidhe, Dán Dé xx 29 . ar chuir mo ghlūin on my knee, KMMisc. 358.23 = chuirr, Gadelica 294.z . corra a n-uillend the points of their elbows, BB 393a12 . ō ch.¤ na huillen go barr an meo[ir] medhoin, O'Mulc. 112 note . cona bachaill . . . cacha bainde . . . noscēed tar a cuirr crook (?), MacCongl. 91.2 . corra in c[h]oicat bachall, Ériu v 28.14 . i corraib bachall `points of croziers', RC xxvi 40.216 (.i. i n-aes graid ┐ i clerchu archena, note). in ferand risin abair c.¤ bachalla (n. loc.?), LB 258 marg. inf. tri mer dua (leg. dia) churr. Mer dia frithchurr. . . lethordlach [leithit a cuil] ar medon trian oca chuirr (a billhook, fidba), O'Curry 883 ( H 3.18, 395a ). a ch.¤ liathroití lubain, IT iii 69 § 12 (2 c.?). c.¤ . . . lamchrann . . . breasdach . . . caomchom (parts of harp), Manners and Customs iii 258 note (refers to violin-type instr., c. the end held against the shoulder, Plummer MS. notes) ` cross tree, or harmonic curve ', Gloss. sccriobhus iad sin a ccuir chruiti, Ériu iv 60 § 49 . Cf. carr. a prora .i. . . . on chuirr thussig prow , Gild. Lor. 49 . in ch.¤ thuisech din churuch sin ┐ . . . in ch.¤ aile the prow, the stern, RC xiv 402 § 9 . leím duine a cuirr a choiti, IGT Decl. ex. 551 . ac cumtach cír im chorraib na luṅgi, LL 30952 (TTr.). ro suigh a cathair cumdachta for curr na halttora, Grail 3397 . ag cuirr dheis na haltóra . . .an churr dheas, Eochairsg. 36.38 (cf. cornu altaris, Du Cange s. cornu ). ar chorruibh bhur naltórach = horns , Jeremiah xvii 1 . c.¤ comdala for dechnaid cumaisc (a metre), IT iii 77 § 43 . ar chuirr sheaghla sheing Sh. hem (?), DDána 99.13 . ? c.¤ laegbili (.i. Oengus) cétáin, ZCP xii 237 § 60 . uaclerigh carbat crin cuirre, IT iii 101 § 181 . is daleic a chuirr fair inna carpat .i. eir for in aile, O'Mulc. 763 . ? i gcórr shliabh (printed as compd.) `mountain pease', Ó Bruad. iii 134.6 .

In phr. céd traiged i tigh C. / ón chuirr go roich a chéle from end to end, Acall. 804 . o chuirr go cuirr, Luc. Fid. 5230 . ón ccorr go chéile, Ezra ix 11 . ón gceann gcurradh go chéile, Trompa na bhF. 204 = de fonds en comble, Gloss.

Note also: c.¤ mór is deich míle much more than, ZCP iii 621 .

In n. loc. Ross dá C.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 306.34 . C.¤ Crúadglórach, 40 . co fán Chorra Eidnige, 128.20 (see Notes). hic corraib Edhnecha, BB 367b26 .

See 2 and 3 c.

Compds. With nouns pointed, peaked, sharp etc.: corr-chathbarr, CCath. 4694 . corr-crechda .i. ainm do cnoc bis a n-étan na n-amatán, O'Dav. 518 (a lump or brand (?) on the forehead of a drúth, identifying him as such, CMCS lxvii 55-71 . See crechda). do cheppaib ┐ do chorrḟótaib . . . talman `round sods', RC xiv 416 § 32 . a chliath chorrga, IT iii 88 § 105 ( Bruchst. 17 § 33 ). na corrgabla siúil ┐ na loṅga luchtfethna, LL 22799 (`bent spars of a sail', CRR 11 ). ? corrgubhul .i. craicann gabair, [ut est] broc choel do chorrgubul gabais etc., O'Dav. 366 . ina corrthair chlaidem ┐ chorr-shleag, MR 214. 23 . tre corrsmál teinedh, Ériu v 104.22 .

With corr- in secondary senses: ? in chorrabhall, Acall. 4530 = SG 186.30 dwarf or crab-apple tree = We. corrafallen, KZ xxxviii 462 , ZCP iv 104 . le hecla corrméinee (sic) na sgoile ` ill-will ', O'Gr. Cat. 131.38 . corr-ecor selba `hinausgehendes Einbringen', ZCP xv 246 § 5 , with corr- in sense of odd (of numbers), 248 (see De Bhaldraithe, Éigse viii 244 ). corr-fhocla ┐ coirrlitreacha Gaoidheilge occasional words, Donlevy v 17 . ? in chorrimirchi `the odd drove', Duan. F. iii 18.42 ( Acall. 4978 ). seasca corr-mholt `smooth . . . wethers', Leb. Cert. 62.x . an tIarla do dhol corrshluagh ceandais feadhna with a small army (?), AFM v 1592.3 . C. . . . Corrbacc, IT ii1 181.191 .

With noun forming adj.: nomen do lestur chor[r]thón gl. futilis, Sg. 56b7 (see GOI 220 , Hermathena xcix 52 ).

With adjj. (in some cases dvandva-compds., in others compds. of subst. corr?): for dá n-echaib . . . corrbeca small-muzzled (?), TBC-I¹ 1973 . do chrāib charrbuidi (: glanbuidi), Bruchst. 66 § 150 = carn-, IT iii 99 § 167 . Leaburcam . . . corrchael, BB 257b25 . claidem cruaidh corr-cotut sharp and hard (?), hard-tipped (?), CCath. 5241 . corrderga (horses), LU 6910 ( BDD 51 ). an cíogh coirrgheal, A. Ó Dálaigh xliv 5 . rosc corrglas, BB 427a36 . demun doescair corrlond, IT i 190.16 ( FA 30 LB).

With adjj. derived from nouns: le céibh dtruim gcorramlaigh ` beauteous ', Magauran 922 . a slebh . . . Corrbennach, BB 23b48 . munter Ch. chorr-beraig of the pointed spears, Metr. Dinds. iii 174.82 . a chailleach, a chuirrchennach ` round-headed (?)', BS 72.13 . is sí . . . chorr-chíchech, Metr. Dinds. iv 140.z . tarclaim C. corr-deibig (sic leg.), Metr. Dinds. iv 8.12 `prominent in fight', Notes (coirrdheabhaidh wrongly expld., O'Cl. ). an barr corrgablach (of hair), Ériu iv 218.8 . teóra hingina corrlámacha Cailitín, Comp. CC 88.8 . S. inghean Chorrluirgnigh, ML 32.10 . i ndúin Caisil choirrshleaghaigh of sharp spears, DDána 74.59 .

Other compds. given as separate entries.

cummain

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n (-aín ? Precise form doubtful) appar. small container, basket : fo benn chroisse hi c.¤ bic . . . unde dictus est Commain, Lib. Hymn. 16.6 = i mmudiu bic, LL 36995 . ainm diles chumin . . . ┐ hi cumín frith hicill íte (of Cuimmíne Fota), Fél.² clxix 2 . a ḟeac ┐ a slūasat ┐ a c[h]omain ┐ a mías (property of a monk), ZCP vi 271.19 . ? co mbítt munter ina cumnaib mur thighib (of large snails), Maund. 164 . As n. pr. dobéra C.¤ co a thech, Lib. Hymn. 17.51 (pun).

dainim

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Forms: ainim, doiniṁ, doiniṁeach, doinṁeach, doin- ṁighe iā, doinṁim

n f. A fault, blemish . ingar .i. dainim nó goirt nó tiachair, O'Dav. 1102 . cia coata cendánim duib (leg. cen danim): árim ṅguir ganim cechtraig, SR 7887 . bid danim (ainim YBL) duit do munter do marbad, ZCP iii 5. 20 . bid danim mór mo díth do Chatháir crích, RC xxv 22 . bá dainiṁ a dhaithe roimt[h]ig, AFM v 1706. 8 . dainimh dár macaibh 's dár mnáib marbhadh Maghnasa, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 166. 3 . dainim duib a tharngaire, Fen. 86. 19 . uch roḟágaib sa charraig Goll...ger dhainim, ITS vii 58 , 30 . gan d.¤ , ib. xi 164 . Cf. dainme, Fianaig. 42. 1 : becc a dainme essbaid neoin. díth is dainme, LL 393 a 20 .—Here also Miscell. Celt. Soc. 406.13 .—MOD. doiniṁ a blemish, mould, spot O'Neill Lane Hence doiniṁeach, doinṁeach blemished , doin- ṁighe iā, f., doinṁim I blemish, stain , O'Neill LaneCf. ainim.

deṡruith

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Forms: desruithe, desraigthi

adj (sruith) mean, insignificant, petty, ignoble: dessruith .i. dé fo diultad .i. ní sruith, Corm. Y 436 . d.¤ .i. dereoil, ut est descipul na desruithiu deruscaib .i. nocha deroili na sin inní derbcinnter don deiscipal, O'Dav. 639 . mennutān dīamuir desruid, K. and H. 12 ( ZCP iii 456 ). pl. Munter Māile Fothartaig | cet lim cenptís desruithe I allow they were not insignificant, RC xiii 393 ( Fing. R. 230 ). Compar.? nad bi dossruithib (leg. dessruithiu?) sein let it not be inferior to that, Laws i 266.9 .i. na bi diruidhi no na bi dereolaighe na sin, 296.5 Comm. = desraigthi, O'Curry 2697 ( Eg. 88, 59 (60)b ).

dígáir

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Forms: díghair

adj (: gáir, RC vii 296 ; : áig, SG 65.11 ; : prímḟáidh, IGT Decl. ex. 239 ) vehement, impetuous, intense: nárap dígair duairc, LL 306a1 ( SG 383 ). echlach . . . dona digair duilig, YBL 177a11 = BB 257c6 . sluaig d.¤ na ndemna, FA § 30 LU = sloig digaire, LB. munter díscir d.¤ , RC vii 296 . na dobhar-linnte diana . . . díoghaire, ML 46 . comrac dighair, CF 483 . ruac (= ruag) dígáir, SG 65 . sibal digair (opp. to sibal mall), ITS xiv 128 . as dígair tra salach ra bhás 'san taigh sin very foul indeed were the proceedings in that house, TFrag. 24 . Adv. do eachlaisc co díghair iat, SG 25 . romaid roen ar Gallaib . . . co digair, Cog. 190 . rocomhghairset dhóibh go dighair dasachdoch, Hugh Roe 170 . lottar co dian ┐ co dighair, Moling 66 . ag tobairt in chatha co d.¤ , RC xix 366 .

dílsigid, dísligid

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Forms: dísligid, dílsigthe

v (díles)

(a) makes forfeit: trebuire . . . ┐ elodh . . . dilsighit trian na tuircrece don ceile, Laws ii 264 Comm. in aithgin ro dilsid innarba, 292 Comm. One of the seven loans which need not be restored or compensated for if damaged: oin eich agar for bla .i. oin in eich indsaigter for bla re fis a gnimraid; ┐ in aighi risi rucad issed ro dilsigh it is the race for which it was taken which has rendered it forfeit, v 280 Comm. inead a ndilsigeann aithgin o duine a faill do denam `instance in which compensation is forfeited by a person through his neglect', iv 50 Comm. Of trees: ar dílsigithir barr-bunad a torad cacha cethramthae blíadnae do thír 'for the branches-and-trunk forfeit the fruit every fourth year to the land', Bechbretha 56 § 12​​ . a ndobreth hi foḡ cairde tar crich is ruidles la Fene acht do caí tar crich cid gaiti a mberthar and ar ruidilsigther in cin ni herenar, ZCP xiii 21.15 `denn das Vergehen lässt es voll verfallen', Bürgschaft 8 § 16 . forfeits, renounces: dilsigimm cach maith dia nderna riam, PH 7338 . lets go, gives up, surrenders . With DO gives up, hands over to co ro dilsig na eocho ┐ in n-araid, FB § 40 . dilsigit a munter do P. he, Trip. 454 . co tucsat in mac in a ucht et co rodilsigset dó, LL 126b45 . nosdilsigset mac Dáre | dochum éca, 210b5 , cf. Miscell. Celt. Soc. 72 . hé do dilsig dún, | Dia dil . . . Pardus hath given over Paradise to us, SR 1225 . ri rosdilsig do éc gave them over to death, 5325 . in animm nosdilsig dia hairfitedaib collaidib which gives itself up to carnal delights, PH 4624 . nā rodílsige nech a anmain do pecthaib, 5975 . rodílsig in Coimdiu iat dia naimtib, 4051 . rodhílsigsiot na Goill a ndromanna do thréinḟeraibh an tuaiscirt (= terga dederunt), AFM vi 2130 . in greim tarrtha dít ní dīsleoch, a Dia I will not let go, ACL iii 243 . teirt ar is innte rodilsigead Crist o Phoint Pilait, KMMisc. 144 . ro disligheadh na daoine `were awarded guilty' (surrendered), Duan. F. i 18 . is meinic rodhīsligh fēin cona shlōghaibh na slinnēin dō, Fl. Earls 60 . comarba P. . . . ro dilsighid a ccealla for a comus . . . o maithib Connacht were put under his jurisdiction, AFM ii 1062.15 . Abandons, forsakes: ran-dílsigset a charait, Metr. Dinds. iv 52 (= LL 157b23 ). oc guide Dé nā rodísliged a popul fén, PH 977 . a mo Dé, cid dia romdilsigis?, 3350 ( Matthew xxvii 46 ). romdilsigh rí nimhe, SG 70 . rodilsighset na dei thu, Aen. 3167 . robo righda a mēt na cathrach rodilsigseat na Romanaigh (alluding to the withdrawal of Pompey and the Senate from Rome), CCath. 807 . Idiomatically with vn. as obj. gives free rein to, allows: rodhilsighset na dei adarthi uili dilgind na cathrach, Aen. 574 . roferustur Iacob failte fri Lauan ┐ rodilsig dó sired na saccraige dús in mbiad in lamdia indtib gave him a free hand in searching, LB 114b20 ( YBL 63a25 , 285az 0 ) = conarlaic do . . . | siriud slán na s., SR 3035 .

(b) makes valid: cidh fodera in frithe trachta co fuil ni as d'fir bunaigh? Is e in fath fodera, dliged tabarta dilsighis indara de, ┐ dliged frithe dilsidis araile ┐ mo dilsidis tabairt na frithe, Laws v 324 . is e dliged rosdilsig in gnim, 206 . cid dilsig[e]thar macṡlabra? Airilliud cétamus dilsig[e]thar macṡlabra ngaire, Bürgschaft 7 § 9 n. 1 = ZCP xiii 20.25 . ardaig gur dilsiget a aerad they may consent to his being satirized, O'D. 965 ( H 3.17 673 ).

(c) secures, appropriates: dilsighther for aititin, ZCP xiii 24.3 `zu eigen werde auf Grund von Anerkennung', Bürgschaft 12 § 39 . ? conid mó dilsigit biada in rath don céli claim (?), O'D. 1606 ( H 5.15 12a ). co rochathaightis (sic leg.) . . . fri hAenias cona Troiandaib co rodilsigdis Edail `in order that they might appropriate Italy,' Aen. 1697 = tutari Italiam, Aen. vii 469 . an chríoch da tṡíol ó ṡoin | gur dhísligh a ghníomh gaisgidh that his military exploits secured possession of the land for his posterity, 3 C 13, 771.3 . [focail coimhidhtheacha] do thug an Creideamh asdeach ┐ do dísligheadh dhó (foreign words) which were introduced by the Faith and consecrated to it, Donlevy xxii .

(d) hides, conceals (only in form dísligid): a Mhíchil . . . dislighid (leg. -idh) mo mhíghníomhartha, Ó Bruad. i 24 n. do dhíslig [Críost] é féin fá ghnéithibh an aráin, Eochairsg. 61 . na croicinn fár dísligheadh Iacob . . . gnéithe an aráin fá ndíslighthear corp Críost , 60 . Part. dílsigthe: deitreb dilsigthi o Dia two tribes forsaken by God, ZCP iii 21 .

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-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-goa

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Forms: dogoim-se, dogoa, dogoga, dogoe, dogó, do-n-goat, tog, toga, togaid, dogoa, da-goad, do-da-goad, rothogad, dogega, dosngegha, dongegat, dogoafam, dogegaind, dongegad, do-n-goetais, do-ib-roiga-sa, duroigasu, dorroega, dogó, doróigu, do-b-róigu, doroigu, do-r-roigu, torroighv, doroega, doraega, doraiga, dorrāighai, doréga, dorégai, bar-roega, doreguinnsium, doregium-som, doroigaid, doroigatar, togdatar, dogoas, do-m-rog, do-m-rogh, do-s-rogh, dorogad, doroigad, ndoroeaghda, tuicse, togaide, toga, togaid, tagaid

v (* to-gu-(go-), Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 550 ). Indic. pres. 1 s. dogoim-se, Trip.² 2108 . 2 s. dogui-siu, 1766 . 3 s. dogoa, Laws v 390.10 , cf. dogoga, iv 372.15 . dogoe, LL 170b37 . dogó, Ériu i 220 . 3 pl. do-n-goat, Cáin Ad. 37 . Ipv. 2 s. tog, BColm. 62 . toga, ZCP viii 318 . 2 pl. togaid, FB § 7 .

Subj. pres. 2 s. dogoa, Anecd. ii 43 . Impf. 3 s. da-goad, Hermathena xxiii 152 . do-da-goad, Anecd. i 44.8 . co rothogad , SR 4559 . Fut. 3 s. dogega, Wb. 23b33 . dosngegha, Corm. Y 1197 . 3 pl. dongegat, Wb. 30d8 . LU 1435 . Later 1 pl. dogoafam, Anecd. ii 43 . Condit. 1 s. dogegaind, Fél. p. 6 ; Trip.² 1272 . 3 s. dongegad, Anecd. v 15 . 3 pl. do-n-goetais, Ériu iii 138.95 .

Pret. and perf. 1 s. do-ib-roiga-sa, Ml. 103c15 . 2 s. duroigasu, 138b8 . dorroega, Hy. ii 51 (glossed .i. doraigais). 3 s.? dogó (?), ZCP viii 198 § 16 , Ériu xxvi 94 . doróigu, Wb. 4b31 . do-b-róigu, 26a24 . doroigu, 4c15 , 5b12 . do-r-roigu, 5b1 . torroighv, Hib. Min. 277 . Mid.Ir. doroega, doraega, doraiga; dorrāighai, ACL iii 303 ; doréga, LU 1390 ; dorégai, LL 163a44 ; bar-roega, TBC-LL¹ 3605 , 3697 . Cf. doreguinnsium, RC xv 290 ( Dinds. 3 ) = doregium-som, BB 53a35 (infl. of do-gleinn?). 2 pl. doroigaid, Wb. 20a4 . 3 pl. doroigatar, 5b12 . togdatar, Ériu iii 138.99 . Later forms 1 s. dogoas, ZCP v 487 § 3 . 3 s. do-m-rog, IT i 158 ( LL 154b7 ) = do-m-rogh, SG ii 475.30 , do-s-rogh, Leb. Gab.(i) 42.17 .

Pass. perf. s. dorogad, Ml. 124c13 . doroigad, 123a14 (form due to influence of perf. act.). pl. co ndoroeaghda , AFM 939 . Part. tuicse, togaide. Vn. toga.

Later as simple vb. togaid, tagaid. IGT Verbs § 80 .

Chooses, elects, selects: gl. eligere, Wb. 23b33 , Ml. 138b8 , delectum, 124c13 . ma dogo a foluid, Laws ii 316.8 ( O'Dav. 1315 ). druth dogo righ cen fochraicc, O'D. 2283 ( Rawl. B 506, 25d ). toga díb sin make your choice of them, ZCP viii 318 . nothogfaind-se etruib for ndís, IT i 72 . erpais in leig togu dō . . . Is ed on dothog-sam, TBC-I¹ 2867 . dogó . . . lecca, léiccis craobha, ZCP viii 198 . fuaratar tīr nā togat (i.e. the grave), vi 265 . seachnum siabru saegulta; | teach neimhe 'sa niamhthoradh | togair choose the house of heaven, Lib. Flav. i 33ra11 . tucad d'ingin Lugdach . . . cach forba togad, Metr. Dinds. iii 236 . doberedh dí cach tulach toghadh i n-Eirinn, RC xv 278 . is e trebad nogēbainn, | dogēgainn cin cleith, Ériu i 39 (gēbainn: gēgainn?). ardchell dorrāighai dō feisin . . . Ard mōr Macha, ACL iii 303 . toroegha P. maighen shuthach, Leb. Gab.(i) 26 . a chathair caom . . . dodraogha in rí, Ériu i 122 . taghais Brenainn ionat oirisimh dó, BNnÉ 317 . issed caibchi rothogastar, LL 13b30 = dothoghasdar, BB 40b44 . rotogadh inadh onōrach d'Ua Neill, Fl. Earls 174 . seach Breatnaibh . . . co hErinn . . . rotoghsat a tindremh, Todd Nenn. 134 . dogegaind anad sund, Trip.² 1272 . doroigu indala fer . . . romiscsigestar alaile, Wb. 4c16 . Dia deoda do[m]roegasa (sic leg.), SR 8173 . airdrigh in talman romthogha may I be one of the elect, BB 29b3 . dotróeghsatar re cách who have chosen thee before all, Otia ii 94 . do thagh sé thu idir in uili dhuine, ITS xix 4 . ro[t]togud-sa o Dia (sic leg.), PH 1832 . doróigu míleda rochalma, TTr.² 130 . co ndoroeaghda dech céd lais do gleire gaisgeadhach, AFM 939 (ii 642) . eirged . . . cosin muintir dorega the company of his choice, RC xxi 383 = cosin munter doróiga, LL 280b48 . rotog gach dechnebar dib a menmarc do naebaib Erenn, Lism. L. 2071 . a náim thaghaim as mo thaigh, SG 26 . dá naom déc rotaghastar, 25 . is e in Tighearnmas togmai | gum mídheamnas whom I (lit. we) choose to judge me, BB 37b1 . dús cia díb nathogfad i tochmarc which of them she would choose as a suitor, LL 221a9 ( TTr. 283 ). dogoas consors (.i. compánach), ZCP v 487 (B. na f.). Ruad ingen M. . . . doroega Aed mac L., LL 165a5 . biur-sa lium in ingin so; | is sí doróega cen locht, | Clidna, Metr. Dinds. iii 210 . doraegha i n-aghaidh . . . Deruail, Anecd. ii 69 . is and dogoe a adnacul intan atbath, LL 170b37 . is and dogae, intan conapad, a adnacal, RC xvi 55 ( Dinds. 103 ). ro-togsom a adnacol isind inud sin, LU 9832 ( PRIA xix 532 ). With ellipse of vn.: búaid eli ar Toraig . . ., nem d'ḟagháil . . . da toghfa innti heaven is sure to him who shall choose (to be buried) therein, ZCP x 342 . gach aon . . . adhnaicther agam ┐ thogfas im chill, BNnÉ 233 . imdeghail . . . do gach áon thoghas im ecclais, 266 ; 271.25 . no-thogfaind mo chlíu ma úir I should choose my body (to be) under earth, LU 9855 ( PRIA xix 534 ).

With prep. SECH: amal rodeccai a ggnuis, | dosroega sech cach ṅderbduis, SR 1070 . rí doraiga Abram n-án . . . sech sluag sil Adaim, 2785 . ri doraega . . . Iacob huais sech a bráthair, 3073 . ainm doróega sech rúama, Metr. Dinds. i 28 . doráegu in rignia a bās sech a bethaid, Alex. 361 . With TAR: ibhit a bhfuil . . . ┐ toghuit hí tar gach ndigh for bith, Marco P. 143 . With I N-: in dara fer déc rothog Ísu 'na muinterus whom J. chose to be one of His followers, RC iv 246 ( LU 2314 ). in dara apstal déc doroega Isu i n-apstalacht, PH 2979 , cf. 4400 , 5482 . cor thogh Dia a flaithemnus nemdha é, RC xvii 154 . With cogn. accus.: is missi barroega mo roga ṅgascid, TBC-LL¹ 3605 (cf. 4413 where for barroega leg. dorat). dogóa-si . . . do togha do primsceluiph Erenn take your choice of, Anecd. ii 43 . cid dam focerdta roga, | nogegain (leg. dogegainn) mo chóimthoga, ZCP vi 267 . tog riar choose your will, IT i 106 . With follg. clause: is airi dogoim-se (togaimsi, v.l.) . . . corom ṡoírthar . . ., Trip.² 2108 . rí . . . doraiga o chéin | co mbai Ioseph . . . ós Egeipt, SR 3377 . With extension of meaning: toghaim cruithneacht is cogal I sift wheat from tares, Content. xviii 18 .

See ad-goa.

do-imnai, do-imna

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Forms: t-animmairni, dothimarnae, doimmarnad, timna, tiomnain, Thelephus

v (* to-imb-ad-no-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 585 ). Perf. 3 s. t-animmairni, Thes. ii 289 . dothimarnae, LL 117a17 . Pass. doimmarnad, Ml. 34a6 . Vn. timna. See also timarnad, where only the exx. from CCath. and O'Cl. are unequivocally nominal.

(a) commits, entrusts, bequeaths (with DO): na foachta fo[ḟ]echar i Cain Adomnan, dligith munter Adamnain forbach de . . . cit maicc ennaig, cit cléirig nó do neoch dian timnat `to whom they commit it', Cáin Ad. 43 . aithne timantar a charge that is committed, Laws v 196 Comm. [a]ní dobeir ┐ doimnai a mathair di, O'Curry 834 - 5 ( H 3.18 387b ). timna fri eg .i. inní timnaiter i neg, in ferann, 428 (233a). secht cét ṁbó . . . timnad dó tuc a Lagnib which had been delivered over to him, LL 161a28 (taken as vn., Metr. Dinds. iii 106 ). roaithne (.i. rotimain) a eclais do Pátraic, ACL iii 18 . in loc so tanimmairni Ternohc . . . er cul Peter Apstel T. has bequeathed it, Thes. ii 289 . tiomnain (leg. tiomnaim) mo bhú do bhochtaibh I bequeath , O'Gr. Cat. 28 . rotimná Teosforus . . . a ríge dia éis do Thelephus , LL 234a15 ( TTr. 1263 ). rostiumuin don eclais gl. ag doradtar do Dia, Laws v 270 Comm. do thiomain flaitheas na Scitia do M. an mac fá sine aige, Keat. ii 168 . do thiomain sé don eaglais ar a anmain í bequeathed it for the sake of his soul, TSh. 5211 . nír thimna athair da mac the father leaves nothing to his son, LL 346a42 . dá dtiomnadh neach ní nach leis dá chloinn, Content. v 141 . Commends, entrusts: timnaim ar deirc m'anum duitt-si a glaicc in diabail, Lib. Flav. i 23ra7 . tiomnuim mo chorp ┐ mh'anam . . . ar ionchaibh do thrócaire, Parrth. Anma 294 . tiomnaid a n-anam do Dhia, a gcorp don uaigh, TSh. 8682 . do thiomain a chorp ┐ a anam ar a chomairce, Keat. iii 1954 . cur-ro[t]timnor . . . mor don ingnad atconnarc `that I may confide to thee', BColm. 48 .

(b) In follg. cases where obj. is a clause, meaning seems to pass into that of promises: beo-thimnaim do Chass | bid cuibrend cu sliss, | biat ecla ria Cass, LL 147a36 ( PRIA xix 550 ). doraind Pátraic Ráith nAirthir | . . . | timarnae na túa sa, | céne marus bith, | bes n-ed násad inna túad | . . . | nád mbíad acht óenguine | fora fout co brāth he left as bequest to these ramparts that, while the world endures, thither the tribes shall gather . . . that there should be but one slaughter (committed) within them (?), Trip.² 755 . timarne Patraic nat bé rí hi Caisiul acht di chlaind Nad fráich, ZCP viii 315 (cf. Trip.² 2293 ). timarnad duit ó Día . . . cona bía cuit do nach ailiu i nHére acht duit t'oenur, Trip.² 2764 . timarnad duit óm céliú . . . dobéra deit in mnái, LU 3341 ( SCC § 13 ). timarnád duit úad, doticfa slóg uad, § 20 .

(c) enjoins, commands (with DO of pers.): doimmarnad hosenachrib `that was commanded by S.', Ml. 34a6 . dorimnai Dia . . . a cosc, SR 4153 . airmitiu do thustidib, rothimna in ri, ACL iii 312 , cf. LB 261a6 . Patraic timairne in figill seo, RC xv 491 . timarnasat cethri prīmsuidi Erenn gres fria do gach mac bethad, ib. timarnai Dia doitsi dul do proicept, Lism. L. 222 . timnais Eochaid troscad ara macaib, RC xv 148 . timmarnad tene ruad, IT iii 39 , cf. Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 26 . timarnad duit-si o Día techt doc[h]um nÉirenn, Trip.² 255 . timarnath duit on Dagdo con-comthastar, etc., RC iii 345 . timarnad duit nád dechis for taired, Ériu iii 108 .

(d) In phr. do-imna celebrad (do) takes leave (of): timnait celebrad dond ríg, FB § 65 . tiomnait celeabhradh dhó, AFM vi 1900 . Hugh Roe 16 . timnais celebrad, LU 10346 . rotimain ceilebradh doibh ┐ roimigh, Ériu iii 162 . rotimain celebrad do A., Aen. 1450 . timnas an ingin celebrad do na banfeindedaib, RC v 199 . tiomnais celeabrad doib, MR 42 . rothimainsed celebrad do, RC xxvi 134 . do thiomnadar ceileabhradh araon took leave of each other, Ériu v 78 . do hiomnadur (leg. do th.) cheiliubradh do Coinchulainn, RC xxix 114 . Acall. 825 .

drem(m)

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Forms: drem, dream

n ā, f. (in later lang. a d s. also drem, dream). Indefinite number of people, band, company: drem .i. diairimh, O'Dav. 698 . atat drem dermár aile and, FA § 29 . drem timairciter ar ecin, § 23 . mórdrém (leg. -drem) Dé, Fél. May 21 . sardrem a great throng , Gorm. 13 . munter Padraic . . . drem ca roibi roLaiden, Lec. 92d12 . dream nó táin dod shluagh, Oss. vi 26.16 . co romarbsat dreimm moir, AU 1018 . romarb Dubthach in dreim cáem, LL 153b28 . co ndréim aile do mathib Ulad, LU 2900 . in dara drem . . . in drem aile (two teams in a game), Laws iii 252.5 . bud sgiath dítin do gach dreim, SG 18.34 . amus do tabairt ar drem do coblach Sil M. on (some of) the people of the fleet, RC xviii 166.4 (Tig., cf. CS 1145 ). d'oendreim dóib they were of one company, BColm. 90.11 . iar barbad (= marbad) dremmi, LU 4348 . ar luad cacha láechdreimme heroic folk, Metr. Dinds. iv 24 . dá trian na dreme dorochair do nimh, O'Dav. 698 . ar marbhadh dréime móir (sic) do muinntir L., TFrag. 148.21 . mac Noe na n-il-drem, LL 520 . Murend ingen C. . . . eter dremmaib gualand nglan among bands of white-shouldered women, 140b12 . ní rondegtherb dia dremmaib he did not well to separate from his troops, Metr. Dinds. ii 48.30 . tiaghaid amach iona ndreamaibh by bands, Proverbs xxx 27 .

Of definite individuals: romarb Fer diad, duairc in drem, | Dam ndreimed is Dam ndilend, TBC-LL¹ 4128 . ceithri meic B. ba drem dil, Lec. 439b6 . is iad an dias ban úd ┐ an dá dhraoi dream ba táscamhla d'fhine Ghaedhil, Keat. ii 1398 .

Freq. with partitive DE some of: fóidit úadib dreimm . . . dia túathaib, SR 4651 . rofhóid drem do na Farsaidib imalle fris, PH 2175 . adbathadur drem díb, ZCP viii 274.23 . bualadh T. do drem dia muindtir fén, RC xviii 35 (Tig.). In absol. constr.: doní dream denam aile some give another version, Metr. Dinds. iii 362 . drem . . . drem some . . . others: drem díb-sin nocha dlegur . . . drem eile diub dlegur . . ., Laws ii 86.5 , 8 Comm. drem díb dan anaithnigh | drem díb dan eól, ZCP viii 216.7 . drém uainn 'na cotlud, drém oc faire, drémm oc cantain chiúil, Todd Lect. vi 54.2 . Cf. trí tráth . . . doréir foirne ┐ sechtmain doréir dreimi eili, SG 50.22 . Folld. by defining rel. clause, of a particular class of people: mellaid demun . . . in drém na techtait in fír-Dia, PH 1950 . an dream do léighfeadh anmanna na dtreabh soin whosoever should read, TSh. 452 . an dream ag a maithfidhe a bpeacaidhe dhóibh (= quorum remiseritis peccata), Eochairsg. 7.6 . da dhearbhadh cia an dream lér thuiteadar, Keat. ii 1474 . So with gen.: do dreim na heiséirgi resurrection-folk , ZCP viii 211.18 . cian a drem inguire uad those who would have tended him, O'Gr. Cat. 361.16 . dream an teagaisc teachers , Gadelica 4.17 .

Rarely of animals or things: marbaid dam dreim de lochdaib kill me some mice, SG 313.18 . atbert E. dreim dona briathraib-se, BB 422a37 .

Cf. dramm.

dúilem

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Forms: nduilemain, duileman, duleman, dúilemain, dhúilemhain

n n, m., later also o, m. (1 dúil) IGT Decl. § 51 . Creator: dāilfadh an duilem dōib . . . flait[h]ius, ZCP viii 110 . d.¤ na n-uli dúl, PH 1807 . is iat na marbduile . . . rochóiset a ndúilemain, 3369 . hi comdail fri ar ṅdulemain, SR 1370 . a menma ina ndulemain tria bithu, FA § 7 = nduilemain, LB. co rígsuide in dúleman, § 15 = duileman, LB. i fiadnaise in duilemun, § 18 LB. admestar dúle dúlemon, ZCP xi 85 . duleman, SR 2188 , 2212 . oen dúilem ┐ ni trí dúilim, Todd Lect. vi 30 ( LB 256a57 ). munter nimi 'man dúlem, LL 6467 ( MS. Mat. 487 ). is so-cetfadach cech duil illeth fria duilem, LB 135b40 . trēicfet uli fir in betha | ar in dúilem rodelb grēin, ACL iii 243 . ōn d.¤ , RC xxiv 372 . ag foghnamh don dúileamh, TSh. 460 . ac techt an duilimh do breithemhnus, RC xxviii 314 . a mhathair meic an duilimh (: lúirigh), ZCP xii 379 . briathra an duilimh, Ó Héodhusa 4 (ón duilemhain, ib.). a dhúilimh déin déirc, Ó Bruad. ii 10 . The n s. dúilemain also occurs in later Ir.: do chuir an duileamhuin annso mé, GJ iii 121 ( E. Ó Cl., c. 1715 ), cf. v s. truagh, a dhúilemhain , BS 96 (perh. meant as dimin. dúilem-áin).

In B. na f.: cach fó dó in dúilib co ndá .i. co tuca Criosd gach maith dó, ZCP v 489 § 13 .

ecraid

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v ā (ecor)

I Fixes, arranges, disposes: tri hanairt...ecortar im chorp nAdaim, SR 2222 . do hegradh [sic MS] na mic riogh sin amach ar sleasoibh na bruighne, ITS v 84.19 . ro hegradh ┐ ro hordaiged a mílid...a n-urthosach in imbúalta, Fianaig. 88.18 . ra hecrait áine ┐ urluachra fóthib, TBC-LL¹ 114.998 . in cnairseach, da dorn deg itir a hiarann ocus an baile a n-egarthar a hadharc fuirre, Laws iv 226.10 . cu ra ecair búale di chollaib...ar bélaib a chatha, LL 237a12 . ro heagradh aencath adhbhal...d'fearaibh Erenn i n-aeninad fa dreich nDomnaill, MR 140.13 = doronsatar aencath dib ...fa D., 142.1 . do heagradh agus do horduigheadh an cath eatorra ┐ dochuadar do láthair an iombuailte, Each. Iol. 72.10 . Here, perhaps: luid in mac bec issin cluchimag etorru ar medón ┐ ecrais cid in liathróit in dib cossaib uadib ┐ nis arlaic sech ard a glúne súas ┐ nis arlaic sech a adbrond sis...┐ ros comdluthaig in dib cossaib...┐ ros fuc dar brúach mbaire uadib, TBC-LL¹ 900 .

II Equips, fits out; adorns (with di or ó of material, etc. supplied): ra ecratar a munter in carpat imme do chlochaib ┐ chorthib, TBC-LL¹ 4605 (= linais a charpat, TBC-I¹ 2935 ). tanic Cu rúi...ra ecratar a munter é de chlochaib ┐ chorthib furnished him with stones (for combat) 4659 . 4641 . ro línadh ┐ ro heagradh é...d'óccaibh (of a siege-tower), CCath. 1823 . ro hecrad in tech sin do ōr...┐ do ghemaib comba comṡolus i llou ┐ i n-aidci in tech sin, BB 396b44 (= Dinds. 91 ). Metr. Dinds. iv 106 . do-gniset fianboth...┐ ro egratar hí do ṡeisc...o féici co fornosc (i.e. roofed or thatched it), Acall. 1544 n. ro hecairthea airm...┐ erredh catha in tslóigh la A. do derg-ór ┐ do gema[ib], BB 494a3 = Alex. 623 . aen dona fearsaib rundaib o n-eagairthear in salmsin with which this psalm is adorned (?) YBL 154b40 . in choer comraic ro hecrad o thaillnib ┐ o danuibh ecsamla in Spirta Nóim .i. Colum Cille, Lism. L. 737 . Hence, without second object, makes ready, arranges: ra hecrad tech n-óil leis i nDún Delga, CRR § 11 . YBL 334b8 . Acall. 1636 . corop fa dreich ríg L. ecairther in tech óil-seo, CRR § 13 . ecraid Midir in fidchill, LU 130b40 .

Cf. ron-ecrand do bráthbemmennaib...co torchair leis marb plied (?) him with deadly blows TFerbe 424 .

III In Laws sometimes representing O.Ir. in-cuirethar puts in (esp. of putting or bringing into a territory the symbols of taking possession, making entry; see ZCP xv 347 and cf. ecor): nocon iumpaither a fastad ar in fine inní ecairter chucu cu hindligthech, gl. on ni sai for fine nach ecur n-inndligtech, Laws ii 306.6 (see ZCP xiv 379 - 380 ). in tiag cusaní ecarthar innti the thing which is put into it (gl. on: iadag cona ecortaig) i 152.24 . tuinede la fer n-ecoir...ar nī bbuī dīlse...la fer for n-ecrad in whose despite the entry was made ZCP xv 346 § 37 . dia n-[e]acraither ZCP xiv 379 § 43 (= Laws ii 306 ) is a prototonic form from in-cuir-, and -ecrad in previous ex. may be used as prototonic form corresponding to in-rolad.

The follg. exx. may belong to this section: cethri mara ...as cech aird ecrait ille | teclait isin sáebchuithe (of currents meeting in a whirlpool), Metr. Dinds. iv 80.7 (Coire B.). teinnusnach tucaid na sluaig | eagraid Magh Nia co neartcruaid, Ériu viii 42.19 ; 32.9 .

eltesaide

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adj tepid, sluggish: badar munter Poimp co enirt elltesaidhi for tūs `feeble and tepid' CCath. 2456 . See next.

1 fíal

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Forms: féal, feliu, féliu, ḟéil, ḟial, fíala

adj o-ā Pedersen Vgl. Gr. 1 315 , Thurn. Hdb. 34 , Celtica i 367 , see an archaic spelling of this in: bad féal ... dogneid cach réit (gl. omnia honeste ... fiant) Wb. 13a29 (` faithfully ' Thes., where Stokes suggests a derivation <O.Fr. feal<*fedalis).

(a) decorous becoming , seemly (of conduct or behaviour): adv. compar. ind feliu (gl. verecundius) Ml. 58b1 . bá fial dó buith arnaib ócaib céin dogēni calma. Is féli dō ... a imḟolach, in tan teches it became him ... it is more becoming for him LU 5739 ( TBC-I¹ 1266 = ba féile do, TBC-LL¹ 1968 . féliu, 1972 ). Of persons modest; chaste: cedmuintera fialadh (= fiala) na tiagat co cele atarruch ite mna annsin conoat a fele, O'Curry 848 (< H 3.18, 385b ).

(b) Of persons, well-bred, honourable, noble (used of both sexes apparently in older sense of Engl. gentle or Ital. gentile of such traits of bearing and conduct as reveal noble nature and nurture (see féle), passing gradually into sense of generous, hospitable , the usual later and modern meaning: f.¤ .i. maith, O'Cl. cen ócdaine, cen aes ṁbaeth | acht toga fer f.¤ fírgaeth, SR 4590 . techlach f.¤ , IT i 145.5 . munter ḟ.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 5830 . in f.¤ Fer dá lethe the modest man F. Fél. Dec. 4 . la féil Flaind féil impir, Dec. 15 . ger f.¤ Colaim Cille ... adeirim ... feile goma sheacht Maodhócc that M. is seven times as generous BNnÉ 279.11 . nīsfil fo grēin fairind find fēil basid fēiliu, ACL iii 297 . ruirigh Cloinne hEoghain ḟél, AFM ii 962.10 (poem). v s. m. a Oisín ḟéil , Oss. iv 10.8 . v s. f. a ingen ḟial , IT i 70.4 . pl. mairfit Ulaid a sescach dar cend a n-aenig [ = n-enech], ar it fíala Ulaid TBC-LL¹ 1758 . cuslennaig ḟéil, LL 29b45 . fēlithir dub-ēn `as generous as a crow' O'Mulc. 310 . cia as ḟéliu i nHerinn ? `most hospitable' ZCP iii 4 § 8 . cūicer is féile frīth riam | budh ḟerr um brat is um biad, Acall. 2561 . Of things: o Abēl, fīrīal a dath, ZCP iii 18.23 < Rawl. 68b52 (leg. fírḟíal ?). cét tinne ro ḟíala a hundred generous flitches LL 300b23 ( SG 371 ). coibsen fiala `sincere (frank) confessions' Ériu ii 55 § 5 . robsat fiala fairsinge a foirghneamha ` hospitable ' MR 102z . brugh fa f.¤ fá bhiadhaibh 's fá mhaoinibh, Keat. Poems 861 .

Compds.: with subst.: ¤ainech modest-faced (?), of generous bearing (?): abair fris ba f. ( ¤enech v.l.) ZCP xi 96 § 55 (as pred. = honourable and generous ?). ¤goit: Adharcán corn bói ac Diarmait | dobeirthea a fialghoit do mhnáibh, Acall. 136 (`generous drop ?' <Lat. gutta, Stokes; = fíalghait noble plunder i.e. wine ?). ¤garta noble generosity: Mugain ... rochren f. cen faill, LU 1277 = LL 145b21 . ¤maisse: issi ar fialmasse iar fír | bith i fíadnaisse inn ardríg, LL 376a51 . ¤slat a noble scion: ag fíalṡlait ḟóid Eithne, IGT, Decl. ex. 1124 . With adj., gen. forming dwandwa-compds.: ¤chas generous, curly-haired (?) one: la Flann lasin f. ḟenech, ZCP x 344 § 20 . ¤chorcra modest-blushing: a A., a ḟ., Acall. 6415 . ¤dána generously bold (?): Fiacha f., TBC-I¹ 2107 . TBC-LL¹ 2823 . ¤garg generous and stern: slóg ... na mac mór fialgharg, Acall. 1996 . ¤nár modestly-generous: ba f. fria hathchuingid hé, Acall. 2012 (`delicately generous' SG ii 152 ). ¤náirech id., ib. (v.l.). superl. fer ba fialnáirige roboí a nEirinn, Acall. 7965 . With adj. formed from subst.: ¤buidnech `of generous bands ': Inber fialbuidneach Fele, Leb. Gab.(i) i 272.21 . ¤chrechach: flaith[ius] Fiachach fialchrechaig, LL 127b47 (`the generous raider' MacCarthy 165 ).

Cf. 3 fíal.

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