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do-adbat v(*to-ad-fiad-, Ped. ii 518 ), also occurs in form
50 doadban (common in SR), owing to confusion with do-aisben
(*to-ess-fén-). IGT Verbs § 87 .
A Ipv. 2 pl. taidbdid, Wb. 14d22 . Indic. pres. 2 s. doadbit,
Sg. 159a2 . ? doaidbet, SR 750 . mi-thadbait, LL 186b27 ( RC
xxvi 16 ). 3 s. doadbat, Ml. 19d21 ; 20a8 ; 53b27 , etc. BDD 167 .
55 duadbat, Ml. 42b27 ; 47a17 ; 51c11 , etc. d-a-adbat, Wb. 24a7 .
Ml. 98c10 . do-m-adbat, IT i 80 . cia du-sn-adbat , Ml. 135b5 .
amal donadbat , Sg. 6b25 ; 27b15 . dun-adbat (rel.), Ml. 22c1 ;
77b6 . amal dund-adbat , 89d6 . tadbat (for deut.), Wb. 4d10 ;
10b21 ; rel. Ml. 40a15 ; 56b33 ; 74d13 , etc. tadhbut, Anecd. ii 6 .
60 dothadbat, SR 238 (rel.). ní taidbet , Auraic. 1827 . 1 pl. a
ndo-n-aidbdem gl. ostendentes, Sg. 211a12 . 3 pl. doaidbet,
SR 750 . nochis dun-aidbdet , Ml. 138d12 . indas du-n-aibdet
(sic), 42c2 . doaidbed, Auraic. 2680 = doaigbead, 331 . Impf.
3 s. dan-aidbded, ZCP ix 192.20 . 3 pl. doadhbadis, RC xii
65106 § 162 . Subj. pres. 2 s. (perf.) con-dárbais, Ml. 101c6 . tadbae,
FB 59 . Subj. impf. 3 s. do-n-aidbsed, Ml. 20a9 . condid-
taidbsed, ZCP ix 192 . taibsed, Sg. 6b25 . dia taidhbed , Ériu
ii 140 . 3 pl. doadbatís, PH 8359 . nothaidbditís, 4696 . conā
rothadbatis , 8357 . conā rotháidbditis , 4694 .
70 Pret. and perf. 2 s. tarbad-su, Ériu ii 126 § 82 . 3 s. duar-
baid, Ml. 46d15 ; 62c5 . duárbaid, 129c15 . duarbuid, 46b28 .
Pcr. 15a3 ( Thes. ii 225 ). d-a-árbuid, Sg. 144b3 . doárbuid,
Wb. 19c11 . doárbith, ibid. rel. donárbaid, Ml. 108b8 . doar-
faid, SR 326 . do-m-arfáit, TBC 283 . do-n-arfid, do-n-arfad
75(with 3 s. inf. pron.), Mon. Tall. § 86 . dom-ḟarfaid, TBC 1989 .
dom-farfáit, 5201 . tarbaid, SR 3271 . tarbaith, BB 433a40 .
-tarfaid, SR 1243 , 7659 . -tárfaid, RC ii 390 § 16 . tarfaid,
PH 3558 , 6777 . tárfaid, 1783 . co tairfid, Mon. Tall. § 77 .
rofharfaid, PH 3958 . With depon. ending doadbastar, RC
80 xii 80 § 78 .
The following forms (mostly perfective) agree in form and
meaning with do-adbat but are without the preverb do-:
amal adfaid in Scal do C., IT iii 202.17 . con arfaid fear síde
dia mathair, 189.15 . daigh adbatar imaithber because they
85displayed insolence
, SG 27.3 . cest . . . inarfasad dom-sa . . .,
Anecd. ii 52.y (inarfussa, v.l.). adrobaid ri Cruachna, Misc.
Hag. Hib. 27 § 42 . arfuid bud tessarcon do sochaide it
appeared
(?), RC xiii 86.6 . (co narfastar doib fo lin fiadan `till
it shall have been shown
', Laws v 442.21 (co taisbentar, gl.) and
co narfastur, ii 48 seem to belong to ad-boinn, q.v.). See ad-fét.
5 Pass. pres. s. doadbadar, Wb. 3b20 ; 7a13 . Sg. 207b9 ;
209b30 . duadbadar, Ml. 40d3 ; 42c17 . tadbadar, Sg. 63a9 .
rel. hi tadbadar , Ml. 32b18 ; 40c17 , 22 ; 110d16 . pl. doaidbdetar,
Wb. 27a27 . duaidbetar, Ml. 30b2 . Impf. pl. du-n-aidbditis,
Ml. 39c35 . doaidbitis, RC x 214 § 2 . Subj. pres. s. condár-
10bastar, Ml. 95b6 . Sg. 211a10 . Impf. s. do-n-adbastae, Ml.
37b23 . pl. connach taidbsitis , Ériu ii 142 . ? Fut. s. ni
tadhbhaister , Lism. L. 3504 . dia tadbustar , ZCP ix 450 .
go táibhster , ii 292 . ? Condit. s. do aidbistea , T Momera
162.12 . See tadbais(t)id. Pret. and perf. (a) doárbas, Wb.
15 3d21 . doarfas, SR 3225 , 3265 , 4089 . Anecd. i 53 . doárfas,
SR 4108 . do-mm-arfas, TBC² 3111 , 3113 . in dat-tarfas ?
do-dom-arfas, Anecd. iii 48 . rel. domm-arfás, SR 3317 .
TBC² 73 . domarfas, 1281 . cinnas do-t-arfas, SR 3316 .
do-n-arfás (donarfasa, v.l., see below), Im. Brain i 31 . donar-
20fas, CCath. 901 . Laws i 74 . dofarfas, Snedgus u. MacR. 38 .
dom-ḟarfas, TBC² 3166 . dotharfas, SR 1941 . ni tárbas , Ml.
65d16 . nad tarbas , 64d13 . tarfas, SR 3309 . TBC² 2021 .
Met. Dinds. iii 226 . dia t., SR 5301 . conid tárfas, FB 59 .
tarfás, Met. Dinds. i 16 . PH 4138 . BColm. 16 . i tarfas,
25 CCath. 1057 . tarfasa (= tarfas-sa?) dam, PH 5198 , 6197 .
rotarbas, Lib. Flav. ii 4 vb 52 . atarbas, 2 va 22 . atarpas, i
15 vb 31 . dia tarrus, BB 245a49 (= dia tarfas, SR 5301 , dia
tarfás, YBL 296a6 , LB 126b22 ). pl. tarfása, Trip.² 2109 .
(b) da-adbas, RC xi 444 . do-n-adbas, Im. Brain 31.37 .
30 tadbas, PH 347 . CCath. 4794 . tadhbas, Im. Brain i 65 . tad-
bas (: barrglas), SR 976 . tádhbhas, ML 10 . tadhbhás
(: farbhás), IGT Decl. ex. 944 . do tadhbhás, Leb. Gab. 242 .
do tadhbhas, Oss. v 60 . dotabas (sic), Lib. Flav. ii 6 va 47 .
a tadbas, 5 vb 45 . See tadbás, tadboise. (c) co tárfad (tarfas,
35 v.l.), Ériu iv 138 . ? doradbad, Lec. 44a25 . ro-tadbadh, D iv 2,
43 rb 33 . donadbacht, LU 6192 ( TBC² p. 63 n. 2 ) is prob.
corrupt. rotarfaid, D iv 2, 79 vb 10 .
B Forms influenced by fen-. Indic. pres. 3 s. tadban (rel.),
SR 97 , 8226 . ní thadbann, 303 . tadbain, 279 , 423 . Met.
40Dinds. iii 258 (taidbuid, dodbaid, v.ll.). Impf. 3 pl. notad-
bantais, IT i 266 . ? Subj. pres. 3 s. do-airfena, Laws iv 100.11 .
Pret. and perf. 3 s. rostadban, Dinds. 32 . Todd Nenn. 210 .
diar Thadbain, Met. Dinds. iii 460 . doairfen, Laws iii 30 .
do-dus-arfen, Corm. Y 685 = rothaispen, LB ( Thr. Ir. Gl. 23 ).
45 Pass. pres. do-n-adbantar, Acr. 10a2 (Thes. ii 4). doadbanar,
Corm. Y 756 . Ériu ii 114 § 42 . tadbanar, Ériu vii 6 § 7 .
Vn. taidbsiu.
(a) shows, displays; demonstrates (with accus. or subst.
clause); translates Lat. ostendere, Ml. 19d21 , Sg. 6b25 , 211a12 ;
50 ostentare, Ml. 20a9 ; equated with do-aisbena, Auraic. 335 .
taidbdid for ndeseirc friss, Wb. 14d22 . indas fograigte inna
duli ┐ dunaibdet etarcnae nDǽ the way in which the elements
sound and set forth the knowledge of God
, Ml. 42c2 . nosmarb C.
cēd dib ┐ dodusarfen oc in fleid (i.e. served them up), Corm. Y
55 685 = rothaispen, LB ( Thr. Ir. Gl. 23 ). ní n-accathar nech
aile occut conid-tárfas (leg. conid tárfais?) isin Craebrúaid
Conchobuir deód lái; . . . bad and sin tadbae do chúach fíad
mathib Ulad let none see it (the cup) in thy possession till it be
shown in the C. at close of day; then shalt thou show it
, FB 59 .
60 Esp. of an author, etc., sets forth, declares, discloses: tadbat-
som dā recht, Wb. 4d10 . trop tra dunadbat-som isindí-sin
it is a figure (of speech) he sets forth (uses), Ml. 22c1 . ni thadbann
nech acht mo ri | a n-anmann nach a n-airmi none but my king
can declare their names
, SR 303 . In pass. is shown, revealed,
65hence in wider sense, appears: doarfas aisliṅgthi dóib, SR
3265 , 3309 , 3316 . físs do Forand doarfas, 3376 . tarfas dam
. . . cach síd, Met. Dinds. iii 226 . do Chormac tarfás . . . cech
decair atá i Temraig, i 16 . With follg. vn. or subord. clause
seems, appears: dunaidbditis gl. videantur, Ml. 39c35 . ba
70blédin donarfás (donarfasa, v.l.) doib buith and, Im. Brain
31.16 . issed tarfas do chāch diib, breith in chuirp leis (= se
corpus rapere aestimabant), Lat. Lives 19 = Trip.² 3018 .
tarfás dō clocc eitseachta . . . do cloistin it seemed to him he
heard
, BNnÉ 172 .
75(b) Hence in active appears (of vision, apparition, or other
sight). Perh. from use with inf. pron. in reflexive sense:
donarfid . . . do Eochaid he showed himself (i.e. appeared) to E.,
Mon. Tall. § 86 ; condid-taidbsed int éo till the salmon ap-
peared
, ZCP ix 192 . heó dan-aidbded and, ib. (for dondaidbded?).
80Also with prep. FOR (AR) and pron. referring to subj.,
the obj. being a word like cruth, delb, etc.: cruth domarfáit air
cose the form in which he appeared (lit. which he displayed on
himself) to me
, TBC 283 (= delb domarfás fair, TBC² 73 ).
With ellipse of inf. pron. or prep. (some of the follg. cases are
85doubtful): grian i nAriet . . . do thadbat im-mis Martíi, SR
238 . uair na tarfaid duib ni d'ulcc since naught of evil has been
shown to you
(?), SR 1243 (but possibly we might supply a
nom. Dia). in ḟís tarfaid Dia dó i cosmailius in tlachtaetc.,
in which God appeared to him
, Alex. 491 , cf. 483 . co tárfaid
demun dó i ndeilb duine, RC ii 390 . ó roáin [Ísu] cethracha
5laa . . . tárfaid gné ngorta fair, PH 4706 (possibly active). ni
taidbet int airnin lasin focul the `arnin' does not appear,
Auraic. 1827 .