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do-aig v(*to-ag-, Ped. ii 541 ). Ipv. 2 s. taig; subj. pres. 3 s. taga,
O'Dav. 66 ; pret. 3 s. dosnacht, LU 792 ( Laws i 64 ) (later with
s-pret.); pass. pres. pl. doagatar, Laws ii 118 Comm. Vn.
75 táin.
Drives off, drives away (in leg. phraseology almost = seizes):
is iarum doagatar hi comund `(the cattle) are put into a comann-
pound
', Laws ii 118 Comm. teora ferba fira dosnacht Asal ar
Mug mac N. which A. drove off from M., i 64 . ecosc na n-erc
80. . . dodoacht Cur[o]i for Ultaib, Corm. Y 585 = toacht, LB
( Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 ). ceit fear bāite . . . dosonacht tonn forsin
trac[h]t, Lec. 556a9 = dosrinart (leg. dosrimart), BB 31ay .
With cogn. acc.: conid Ailill iarum doacht Tain Bo Cuailgne
who made the foray for the bull, Rawl. 118b13 . Fig. fēl Coem-
85hain Léth i corghus | doaig bliadhain do anfuth ushers in a
stormy year
, FM 917 (ii 598) . Intrans.: ceithri barca . . . lodar
tar muir . . . xv. lanomna is amhos | in gach bairc dotaghas
tall came back, BB 19b23 = ise lin rothagas and, Lec. 540a6 .
is ann rothaigestar in úir indledhech . . . Electó ar certlár
clēib ┐ craidhe Congail `took up her abode', MR 166 (or leg.
5 -thaiglestar from do-aidlea?). Esp. in conjunction with aigid
in sense drives (goes) back (again): ma imaga taga .i. imāin
amuigh drive in again, O'Dav. 66 . aigh taigh . . . .i. eirigh . . .
┐ tair doridhisi, 67 . The phrase aig taig became petrified as
a subst. and was used after prep. in meaning to and fro,
10 hither and thither, vagrant: luid David . . . hi t[i]rib minib
Maob | co n-aes lathair, co n-aig thaig, SR 6239 . mar aes
ṁbraith for aig thaig, | bis o chathraig do chatraig like spies
roaming, on the move
, 3477 ; 5639 , 7087 . ara burba fri aig
thaig | is ar chumga a menmannraid | Nabál . . . rofemid imm
15oenbargin because of his churlish disposition towards vagrants
(? cf. 1 Sam. xxv 10 , 11 ), 6305 , cf. 3241 . níba turas ar aig
thaig ón (aig baig, MS.), TBFr. 87 . in charpait for aig thaig
immo thenid, YBL 418b13 . Cf. further LU 180 ( Todd Lect.
vi 10 ): atát dā clārchiste mora and (sc. immedón ind locha)
20i n-agid tagid swaying, tossed about (?) = inn-agaid a n-agaid
` face to face ', Todd Nenn. 94 . See 1 taig. Cf. also: rothaigir
na Laidinta fo dī dochum a cathrach were driven back, Aen.
2816 . cech dúil doadas tadas `that moves about'. Cáin Ad. 26 .
ám thám sochaide, MU² 367 (see Gloss.).

25 ? do-aile v dispraises, disparages: donesa cerd cáich nó donaile
?(no-do-n-aile?), O'Dav. 633 . caichen dodan-aile, ZCP xii 360 .
Cf. tail `dispraise, censure', O'R.

doaimser n(aimser) bad weather: do sccuir an t-anfadh ┐ an
doaimser , BNnÉ 60 .

30 ? do-aimsi v(analogical formation from ammus?) attacks (?):
cia domaimse in fer líath, Fianaig. 24 .

doaing: ind nirbo d. ¤ dath, Bodl. Dinds. 46 . fiadach nach d. ¤
dámach, Eg. 90, 18a1 . Cf. dodaing.

do-áinsea v(*to-ad-ness-, Ped. ii 583 ) disparages, condemns:
35 ced ara tansi na firu? or A. Ni dá tánsem dam, ol M., TBC²
164 ( LU 4626 ). ní ro tháinsed enech in ruirech, O'Dav. 15 .
tainsithar é o bias cach ga eccnach, Laws iv 384.25 .

? do-airb vperh. subj. of vb. (`fernhalten') corresponding to vn.
turbaid, Thurn. ZCP xviii 396 ; iarsindhi nap turbuith
40deithbire doth-n-airp, Bürgschaft 17 § 53 . ciasu fili . . .
dodonairb, RC xxvi 14 (`der uns verdrängt hat', Bürgschaft
17 ). is slan do cid beth donairb, O'Don. 942 ( H. 3.17 659b ).

? do-airben v(*to-ar-ben-): se rath file la feine . . . luath-rath,
fidrath, beim tairbe na tarrathar .i. bem so tairben cluais na
45tarruith nech adidceth, O'C. 879 ( H. 3.18 394a ). ? Vn. a
thairbe lam lonngaile .i. da eiber go hard go na derna gail tre
luinne, O'C. 2511 ( Eg. 88, 42 (43)a ).

do-airbir (*to-air-ber-, Ped. ii 465 ). Later as simple vb. tair-
brid, etc. IGT Verbs § 65 . Ipv. 2 s. nacha[t]tairbir, SR 1148 .
50 na tairbhir , Buile S. 34 . 3 s. tairbered, PH 4943 , 5833 .
Indic. pres. 1 s. dia nam-thairbiur , SR 844 (syntactically
subj.). 2 s. do-m-airbir, YBL 243b10 = RC xxvi 16 . 3 s.
do-sn-arbair, SR 89 . do-n-airbir, LL 125b48 = da-airbir,
YBL 211b3 . nos-tairbir , ZCP iii 218 . (as denom.) toirbirid,
55 tairbirid, FA § 1 (LU). Impf. 3 pl. tairbirtis, BB 497a8 = IT
ii2 103 .
Subj. pres. 3 s. da-n-airbera, Ériu iii 98 . dom-r-airbera,
Fél. Ep. 65 . co rothairbere , PH 5976 . ministoirbhera, YBL
140b32 . Fut. 1 s. in nam-tairbēr , ZCP x 45 . toirbheorad, Ps.
60 lxvi 15 . 3 s. danairberai (don-airbera, v.l.), ZCP ix 456 . With
b-fut.: 1 s. thairbireob, YBL 157a7 . 2 s. tairberfi, Alex. 91 .
Pret. and perf. 2 s. tairbirt, TBC² 1213 (or vn.?). 3 s. do
rairbert, Trip.² 1009 . conda-r-airbert, TBC² 1875 . do-arbart,
ZCP iii 208 . ? d[i]a torpart, LL 163b34 . rothairbert, BB
65 417a21 . Later 3 s. tairbiris, Ériu iii 164 = Ferm. 143b .
toirbiris, Im. Brain i 65 . rostairbir, SR 1391 . PH 4610 .
rathairbir, TBC 3584 . CCath. 5032 . rothoirbir, ZCP vi 25 .
dar tairbir , Ériu iv 114 . ó da thairbir , BB 8a36 . do toirbhir ,
BNnÉ 24 . 3 pl. do tairbertsat , BB 417b20 . do thairbhirsead ,
70 Content. vi 102 . rotairbirsetar, Aisl. MC 93 . do toirbreadar ,
Ériu v 88 . do thoirbhriodar , Ps. cix 5 .
Pass. pres. s. amal du-n-erbarar , Ml. 99d1 . nimtharberar,
Wb. 9c31 (for subj.?). ? diarberar, LL 118a41 = Ériu vii 6 ,
where Ed. reads doberar (atnagar, v.l.). pl. do-airbertar
75(rel.), Wb. 22c10 ; 25c23 . tairbertar, 25c23 . -tairbertar, Mon.
Tall. § 10 . Subj. pres. s. du-mm-erberthar, Ml. 49c3 . pl. co
tairbertar , Mon. Tall. § 10 . Pret. and perf. s. dorairbered, SR
6362 . dorarbrad, 6922 . rotairberead (as pl.), Alex. 367 .
rotairbhirid, CCath. 1762 . pl. duarbartha-som, Ml. 99d1 .
80 rotairberta, BB 432a14 .
Vn. tairbert. Part. tairberthae.
I In lit. sense, bends, bends down, lowers, inclines: amal
dunerbarar fidboc hi caimmi, Ml. 99d1 . tairbertar súili fri
déicsin maith their eyes are inclined to see good, Wb. 25c23 .
85 rotairberta ruad-rindi . . . fri hathcuma corp red-pointed
spears were couched
, BB 432a14 . rothairbir a gnuis ri lār,
YBL 166a41 . rí dosnarbair iar sessaib | im thalmain co n-il-
gessaib who bends (i.e. disposes) (the winds) round the earth,
SR 89 . Fig. subdues, abases, subjects: do-airbertar fo réir Dǽ,
Wb. 22c10 . nim-tharberar fo chumactu gl. sub nullius redigar
5potestate, 9c31 . dia namthairbiur fon sósur, SR 844 , cf. 1148 .
do thairbir A. Crasmos cenél nemthairberta cósin anall fó
chumachta, Alex. 523 . doarbart Mac De . . . cride Guaire fo
chi[u]nu, ZCP iii 208 , cf. SG 398 . as sip rotairbir in doman
fūm-sa, CCath. 5032 . Alex. 367 . domrairbera m'aite co
10Críst may my tutor bring (subdue ?) me to Christ, Fél. Ep. 65 .
ro[t]tairbirsetar teora mná, uatha ┐ éca ┐ gorta have subdued
thee
, Aisl. MC 93 . tairbirid ┐ trascraid dochum n-iffirnd
comtinól n-écrāibdech na mac mallachtan, FA § 1 . Hence
Corm. Y 462 : dam a uerbo domo .i. tai[r]berim. As intrans.
15vb.: rothairbir a fiadnaisi Gearmain bowed down before G.,
Todd Nenn. 80 . ní thairbireob fon sosur, YBL 157a7 .
tairbirtis fria bona na crand, BB 497a8 ( IT ii2 103 ). da
(= dia) torpart don áth atúaith when F. descended (?) to the
ford
, LL 163b34 (see Met. Dinds. iv 36 ).
20 II Yields, gives, hands over, surrenders: tairbirid illatu pían
n-ecsamail dona maccaib báis, FA § 1 . co ndarairbert
Cúchulaind dia araid which C. had handed over to his charioteer
(a mantle)
, TBC² 1875 . nostairbir assa díb lāmaib (of silver
bestowed in charity), ZCP iii 218 . (of hewn trees) ro tarrngid
25┐ rotairbhirid for righthibh laech . . . docum in longphuirt
dragged and delivered to the camp, CCath. 1762 . ? conúargaib
[Pátraic] a láim do chur bachla Íssu fair ┐ nóco rala, acht
dorairbert siar don [ḟ]uiniuth fora leth ndeiss knocked it
down
(?) (of an idol), Trip.² 1009 . tairbiris teora pōg dō,
30 Ériu iii 164 . Im. Brain i 65 . TBC 3584 (St.). gan scribhna . . .
do t[h]oirbhir cāch briathra Dē o Ādhamh go Maoise anuas
handed down, O'Hussey TC 247 . do thoirbhir sé a spiorad
gave up the ghost, John xix 30 . dar tairbir [Judas] a t[h]igerna,
Ériu iv 114 . With transference of object: rotoirbir do poccaib
35é, D iv 2, 44 ra 3 . rothoirbir [Sir H.] R. do pōgaibh, ZCP vi
101 . do toirbir do pógaib iat, SG 357 .
III Various: a bhen, nā tairbhir do mac | día na haoine
dídine do not bring forth (?), Buile S. 34 . tarbir an t-othar
maille [re] na comarthaib co huilide consider (?) (= proderit
40cuncta signa perpendere), 23 P 10, 14a26 . ó do thairbhirsead
a gceart `when they had re-won their rights', Content. vi102 .
tréad dár tairbhireadh pian on whom was inflicted, PBocht 27.8 .