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do-rogaib

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-rogaib or dil.ie/18383

Forms: dorogbaim, dorogaib, dorogbat, -targabat, ndorogba, doragba, ndorogbid, dorogbáinn, durogbusa, dorogab, torgab, dorogabsat, dorogbad, torgabthe, targabál

v (* to-ro-gaib-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 532 ). Indic. pres. 1 s. dorogbaim, Ml. 43a5 . 3 s. dorogaib, 16c13 . 3 pl. dorogbat, 28d11 . -targabat, Ériu vii 144 § 29 . Subj. pres. 3 s. a ndorogba , Wb. 22b9 . doragba, Laws ii 242.15 . a ndorogbid , Wb. 27b18 . Subj. impf. 1 s. dorogbáinn, Ml. 39a18 . Pret. and perf. 1 s. durogbusa, 23c13 . 3 s. dorogab, 71b14 . ho torgab , 32a23 . 3 pl. dorogabsat, 54a36 . Pass. dorogbad, Ml. 58d1 . Part. torgabthe. Vn. targabál.

Commits (a fault, crime), transgresses ; apparently confined to O.Ir. glosses, laws, and early relig. lit. Translates admittere (iniquitatem, peccatum), Ml. 23c13 , 27c17 , 32a23 , 43a5 , 58d1 ; committere, 16c13 , 23c14 , 28d11 , 39a18 , 54a36 , 71b14 . fear asren ni na torgaib ┐ fer doragaib ni nad eren, Laws iii 156.3 , 156.4 . do cach cairigchiug dorogaibtur friu `for every accusation that is preferred against them', ii 62.21 . masa turgabail roturgabuit `if trespass has been committed', 132.11 Comm. fubithin inna pecthae durogab, Ml. 11b28 . amail bis nert . . . indíí torgaba in chinaith, Ériu vii 142.11 . noloiscthe nech dorogbad (sic leg.) olc anyone who used to do evil, O'Mulc. 227 . a ḟaisitiu amal dorogbaither focétoir confessing it immediately it has been committed, LB 10a23 .