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2 do-tuit

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 do-tuit or dil.ie/16856
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: díthim

v (* dí-tuit-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 657 ) lapses, becomes forfeit: cuin dituitt (dotuit, v.l.) a gell ?, Críth G. 289 . ni agarur nach cintuch acht doroith logh fiach adroillitur, Laws ii 14 , quoted by O'Dav. 1382 (doroth) with gl.: acht co tarraighther no co rotuiti o inbleogain loighidecht na fiach provided that . . . is got from or has become forfeit on the part of a kinsman surety. mani deroth, cia doroth (.i. mani dearb-tuitea se ón ti d'a tugadh e cia tuitidh . . .), Laws v 378 (cf. O'Dav. 1391 ). cia deroth (.i. cia toitid se), 384 . mani dearad .i. manar tuit, 380 . ma diroth here a dithme, ZCP xiii 23.33 when the period before forfeiture has elapsed (Thurn., Bürgschaft 12 § 38 ). mase in fer ar ndithet athgabail a cinaid a cheile in whose case a distress becomes forfeit, Laws ii 126 Comm. dosli lān lōg for fer darsan ndithat cenn (.i. dara tuitend cend) whose pledge becomes forfeit, v 398 = dara dithat cenn, 400 = lasan ndithat a ngell, ib. triar . . . nad ailet fuillem . . . cipe frisan nderoth cia ro briathar acht aithgin (.i. tar a toited cend), 420 . erna arathir, cipe dara ndertaiset cenn ailid aithgin, 390 . secht ngealla . . . na tuillet aithgin . . . for nech tar a n-eraisit (ndertosat, dertaiseat, v.ll.) cend seven kinds of pledge which do not make liable for restitution him on whose behalf they have become forfeit, 186.3 . cia darotsat dar cenn neich ni ailet acht set i mmuin cach ae besid fiu, 406.14 . Cul Cruithnechta i ngell deich cumal dorrochair, 'for a pledge of ten cumals Cul Cruithnechta had become forfeit' Anecd. iii 62.14 , PMLA lxii 904 .

Note also: ni dithat na dethberi, O'Curry 2716 ( Eg. 88, 60 (61)d ) = isna hathgabalaib ni ditait na dethbiri .i. turbuidh eisidhe táinic i naimsir dithma, Laws ii 116.7 (leg. díthtat ?).

Vn. díthim.