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díbell

Cite this: eDIL s.v. díbell or dil.ie/16015

 

I As adj. worn out, old: d.¤ .i. ni inbrithe in bello . . . d.¤ sin .i. roscaich aire, O'Mulc. 311 . dibel .i. dimeltae .i. nī buithe in bello , 300 . dibeall .i. sean nó aosta, O'Cl. do senorcaib crinaib dibeldaib, BB 496b20 . in manach noibell (leg. n-dibell?) n-dermitnech, MacCongl. 105.9 .

II As subst. debility, feebleness; ruin, debris (?): in sean co nd.¤ a ruisc, Corm. p. 23(s.v. gluss ). dibill muilind the ruin of a mill (?), Laws iv 142.27 . ? go n-deárnadar díbheal dianbhrúite don churadh a crushed wreck (?), GJ ii 37a = Atlantis iv 172.40 .

Compd. airegdu in t-ōc co ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndībelrusc, Corm. Y 689 .

do-fed

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-fed or dil.ie/17626
Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: do-feid, dofaith, , dafáid, dofed, dofeid, dofet, tofet, dodaféit, to-n-fethi, dofedat, difedat, dofeghar, to-n-feid, ta-feid, -tuid, da-féta, tóided, dafétar, dus-feded, do-d-fetis, do-n-fé, dud-fessed, túissed, dofessind, dofaid, dut-fidedar, duda-ruid, doruided

v According to Baumgarten, Ériu xxxiv 190 , the citations here belong to two separate verbs: 1 do-feid (< di-fed-) leads, escorts (from one point to another); leads to; brings about , for which see the examples under (a), (c) and (d), and 2 do-feid (< to-fed-) takes precedence over, for which see the examples under (b). Also do-feid brings, leads . In pret. and perf. this vb. is easily confused with do-foídi sends and do-feth (*to-feth-, *to-fo-eth); the 3 s. pret. dofaith, Hy. ii 39.47 is by Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 514 referred to *to-fo-eth-, but by editors of Thes. treated as a trans. vb. (reading dafáith , dafáid).

Indic. pres. 1 s. dofed (-fet, v.l.), Imr. Brain § 3 . 3 s. dofeid, -fed, -fet, Laws i 112.14 , iv 70.1 . dofet, Críth G. 387 . tofet, 314 . dodaféit, Ériu i 215.30 . ? to-n-fethi `it brings to us', Hib. Min. p. 41 . 3 pl. dofedat, ZCP ix 488.18 = difedat, Anecd. v 29 (?). dofedhat, Laws iv 268 . Pass. dofeghar, Ériu xiii 25.30 , 26.5 . Ipv. 2 s. to-n-feid, Hib. Min. p. 39 . ta-feid, RC xi 446.65 . -tuid (disyll.), TBC-I¹ 234 . Possibly also da-féta, Ériu vii 221 § 17 . 3 s. tóided, Fél. Jan. 1(?) . ? Pass. dafétar, Ériu vii 221 § 18 . Impf. 3 s. dus-feded, Ml. 97c5 , cf. 100b17 . 3 pl. do-d-fetis, Hy. ii 13 . Subj. pres. 3 s. do-n-fé, Hy. iv 2 , i 1 . Cf. donfae .i. donfuga, O'Curry 1893 ( H 3.18 667 ). Impf. 3 s. dud-fessed, Ml. 78b14 . manus túissed , Ériu xvi 182 § 28 . Condit. 1 s. dofessind, RC xxv 226.2 (but see Celtica xviii 31 ). Pret. and perf. 3 s. dofaid, Hy. ii 8 (corr. dafáid, Thes. ii). 3 pl. dut-fidedar, Thes. ii 242.13 ( Ardm. 18b1 ). duda-ruid, Ml. 63b12 . Pass. perf. doruided, BDD § 90 . Vn. (of 1 do-feid) 3 díden.

(a) leads, brings: amal bid nach toisech corpthae dudfessed gl. tamquam itineris dux, Ml. 78b14 . dofeid fiana . . . macc Labrado leads war-like hosts, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 22 § 1 . cróib dind abaill a hEmain dofed I bring, Imr. Brain § 3 . Columb Cille coinneal tóidhius teóra reachta, ZCP viii 197 (perh. rather who illumines, see taídid). tonfeid, a Christ lead us, Hib. Min. p. 39 . tafeid im tolc-sai bring him to my couch, RC xi 446 = tofeid, ZCP iii 251.4 . dochum nErenn dodfetis (.i. dobertis) aingil De, Hy. ii 13 . Brigit . . . donfé don bithflaith, iv 2 . donfe .i. donfuca, Lec. Gl. 59 , Stowe Gl. 307 . as nert Dǽ dudaruid-som du cech imniud, Ml. 63b12 . dofaid (leg. dafáid) tar Elpa huile, Hy. ii 9 (glossed .i. rofaidestar Victor Patraic, T, rofaid no rofuc, F). tomraid in Coimdi co tuatha Gente do precept doib, Ériu ii 102 § 9 (possibly = tomr-óid from do-foídi). ? dofedhar fír a fortaib flatha .i. dofairgiter conad laisna fírflathaib fortach fora memradh, O'Curry 458 ( H 3.18 243b ).

(b) Trans. and intrans. goes before, takes precedence of (esp. in legal texts): dofed ōc iarnglus .i. airegdu int ōc co ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndibelrusc, Corm. Y 689 , cf. Laws iv 376.22 . dofet aurfocra cach n-athgabala, Laws i 112 . dofet a cert certaib her rights precede [other] rights, 124.10 . cid dofet a comaices?, iv 70.1 (with gl. cid is remthechtach isin . . ., ib.). airi túisi ced arin-eper ? Arindi is toisech a chiniul ┐ dofét airi n-ardd, 324.20 ( Críth G. 387 ). inti bes siniu is e dofet (.i. ise remeteit ina huird aisneisen), iii 26 .

(c) brings about, causes, induces: an gach tethnais dofedhat micuir in every violence that unfair contracts cause, Laws iv 268 . is me doruid a n-orgain, Ériu v 213 . is i mo orgain doruided and, BDD § 90 .

(d) With FRI in fig. sense brings beside, compares to: is fria dofedar cech degben in hErinn, LL 274b21 .

? glus

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? glus or dil.ie/26185

 

Forms: soglus

n light: seems to be abstracted by glossators from compds. glus .i. suilsi, unde dicitur isna Brethaibh Nemedh: dofed ōc iarnglus .i. airegdu (sic leg.) in t-ōc ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndībelrusc, Corm. Y 689 . Cf. O'Dav. 1024 and Laws iv 376.22 . glus .i. solus. Metr. Gl. 74 . doglus .i. droc[h]soillsí, .i. glús soillsi, O'Mulc. 340 . soglus, Hib. Min. 47.22 . tall go nglus an ghlóire, Ó Bruad. iii 214 § xl .

íar(n)glus

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n (glus light) `the after-glow,' the dotage of old age? : ocus dofed og iarnguls (sic) .i. soillsi, Laws iv 376.22 Comm. glūs .i. suilsi, unde dicitur isna Brethaibh Nemedh: dofed ōc īarnglūs .i. airegdu in t-ōc co ndagrusc oldās in sen co ndībelrusc, Corm. Y 689. glus .i. solus amail ata dofét óg iarglus, ar as dered día suillsi dofuarthét lasin sen `the young precedes the after-glow', O'Dav. 1024.