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do-airchain (*to-air-ro-can- or *to-air-fo-can-, Ped. ii 480 ).
Later as simple vb. tirchanaid (ter-). Ipv. 2 s. tirchan, Lec.
616b35 . turchan, RC xiii 100 ( LL 305b3 ). Indic. pres. 1 s.
50 doaurchanaimm gl. sagio, Sg. 60b12 . 2 s. doairchani, Airne F.
158 . 3 s. doerchain, Ml. 21a7 . a ndunerchain , 15d10 . do-n-
aurchain, BCr. 33b11 . dinaurchain, 33c7 . -tirchain (rel.),
Hib. Min. 10.321 . tirchan, Lec. 35b50 . tirchanaid, TFerbe
178 . issedh tirchanus, SG 78.z . 3 pl. do-n-erchanat, Ml. 19b11 .
55 terchanait (rel.), LU 3785 ( SC § 35 ). Impf. 3 s. do-n-erchanad,
Ml. 54c24 . nothercanad, Thes. ii 331.29 . 3 pl. doairchantais,
Trip.² 337 . doairchaintis, 326 = doaircaintis, Arch. iii 12 .
tairchantais (rel.), Hy. ii 19 . notercantais, Anecd. iii 32 .
rotirchandais, Lib. Flav. i 29 va 6 . Fut. 3 s. do-d-ercachna
60(sic leg.), O'C. 2463 ( Eg. 88, 37 ).
Pret. and perf. 3 s. doairchechain, Hib. Min. 3.85 . Anecd.
v 28 . doaircechain, Laws i 16 . du-n-aircechainn, Ml. 64c22 .
du-n-archechainn, ib.; 66c12 . doaurchechain, ZCP ix 487 .
doerchachain, Trip.² 948 . tairchechuin, Wb. 4d8 . 3 pl. danáircechnatar,
65 Tur. 6 . doairrcechnatár, O'Dav. 711 . dofairchechnatar,
Trip.² 329 . nad tairchechnatar , Wb. 5a1 . do
toircechnatar , Laws iii 30 . do tarcechnatar , (rothaircnatar,
v.l.), Otia ii 94 .
Pass. pres. s. duerchanar (rel.), Ml. 111d4 . Pret. and perf. s.
70 doarchet, Wb. 26a11 , 29c3 . doarcet, Otia ii 97 . doarrchet,
Wb. 6d8 ; 5a16 . do-n-airchet, 13a36 . Ml. 35b9 . duaircet, 24d5 .
-tarchet (rel.), Thes. ii 253 . tarrchet, Wb. 26d9 . -tairchet,
15a34 (cf. cotairchet, Trip.² 1781 used for pret. act.). tairrchet,
Wb. 6d6 . pl. taircheta (rel.), Ml. 38c9 . Part. terchantu (d s n.),
75 Ml. 24d6 . tirchanta (pl.), LB 133b15 . ? tircantai, CCath. 983
(perh. finite form 2 pl.). Vn. tairchetal.
Foretells, prophesies; transl. Lat. praedicere, Wb. 4d8 ;
prophetare, Ml. 21a7 , 35b9 ; vaticinari, 54c24 ; portendere, BCr.
33b11 , c7 ; sagire, Sg. 60b12 . Folld. by accus. or subst. clause:
80 dan-áircechnatar-som sacaird prophesied him (Christ), Thes.
i 484 . doairchechain S. dō annī aridmbiad, Anecd. v 28 .
? r-a-thirchan Bec Mac Dē, Lism. L. 776 . is ē rotirchansat
fāidhi, Death-tales 14 . cech terchital dun-airc[h]echainnsom,
Ml. 64c22 . tinchitlidi doairchaintis trena ndraídecht . . .
85anno bíth ar chind doib, Trip.² 326 . Tuatha hÉrenn tairchantais
dosnicfed sídḟlaith, Hy. ii 19 . dofairchechnatar . .
donicfed faith, Trip.² 329 = Lat. Lives 2 . rothairchan co
ticfaitís clerig, RC xiii 48 . turchan dūin . . . cia gēbas Laigniu,
RC xiii 100 . briathra baidhbhe . . . ro thurcanais, MR 294.22 .
aran tedmaim ro tircanad doib, FM ii 952.13 . Intrans. (often
5with DE): doaircechain tria ginu na fer fireon, doairche-
chain do Christ, Hib. Min. 3.85 . cid dia tirchain fáitsinei inna
psalm?, 10.321 . amal roterchan in fáth de, PH 5115 . cid
tirchan (sic leg.) . . . in nél? portends , TFerbe 177 .

do-aircheil, do-airchel(l)a v(*to-air-cel-, cell-, Ped. ii 482 ;
10see also Thurn. Gramm. § 760 ); inflexion generally follows
cell- (-a-pres., -s-pret.), but pret. 3 s. do-don-airchéil, LU
10867 . subj. pres. 3 s. tairchela, Wb. 9d1 , fut. (?) 1 s. dofair-
chel, LL 116b4 point to cel-.
I Meanings deriving from cel-. Hides, withdraws, takes
15away: temel imorbais Ádaim | dodonarchéil ar āraim Adam's
transgression makes it impossible to count us (lit. hides, with-
draws us from counting
), IT i 133 ( LU 10867 ). cid aratairchela
na túari why should he withhold (?) the viands, Wb. 9d1 (see
Thes. Suppl.). dofairchel-sa giall cech coicid . . . acht coiced
20Galion I will keep back (?) a hostage from each province saving
the province of G.
(Lebarcham's `célmaine'), LL 116b4 . dos-
naircellsat leo in dá chét míled isna saebchuthib (the sea-
monsters) carried off with them into the whirlpools
, Alex. 680 .
II Meanings derived from cell-. (a) encompasses, comprises,
25 includes, contains: tairchella híc tra huili dánu in spirito he
comprises (i.e. sums up) here all the gifts of the spirit
(referring
to 1 Cor. xiii 2 ), Wb. 12b33 . do-rairchel ilar tiri . . . fo
choemríge he included many lands under his sway, SR 6797 .
connā ba cumhachta do nach ōen ara tairchella rosc that his eye
30should take them all in
, Ériu ii 138 . mos tairchella ēm sūil dar
sodain, ol C. an eye soon takes in that (C. alludes to his own
diminutive stature), TBC² 1176 = immonderca súil i sodain
duit, TBC 1848 . ni taircell Eriu irmar | fer fo Mael minglan
Erin contains not a man like M., AU 886 = ni taircheall,
35 FM 884 . do neuch taircella a cōicet-sa all whom this province
contains
, Noíndiu Ul.² 57 (Berichte der königl. sächs. Gesell-
schaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, 1884, 34) = Harl.
5280, fo. 54a . salim Dūid ced duaircellaithir ind-ōenlibur,
Hib. Min. 4.106 . rotairchellta na groige i m-medón na scor
40 were enclosed, Alex. 700 . Goes round, makes a circuit of: co
taircell-som in loch annsin, Death-tales 32 . co tairchellsatar
relic ┐ martra Petair ┐ Phóil, LL 281az . Hence O'Dav. 1584 :
tairchell .i. timchell.
(b) hems in, confines, hence transf. keeps in check, restrains,
45 guards: esrecht .i. ni thaircilla recht (a pet) is outside the law,
Corm. s.v. esrecht = taircella, Corm. Y 515 . dorairchel ilar
tiri . . . Dauid, SR 6797 . bruitne . . . dia tairchella(n)d a
eochu, LU 10236 = IT i 311 (taircillid, ZCP iii 233 ). cúachi
dí or . . . hi taircellad a folt in which her tresses were confined,
50 ib.; cf. LU 9276 , 9278 . Anecd. iii 51 . ni taircellam damu fo
chuinge, Alex. 861 . Anecd. v 3 . maic becca doairchellat bó
im airbetha, Ériu ii 206 . to-t-airchill guard thyself, beware,
Hib. Min. p. 77 . dosnaircelae hule int saltair `the psalter
restrains them all
' (or subj. pres.?), Mon. Tall. § 39 . nís tair-
55chell (tairmchell, v.l.) báise burba `did not hold sway over it',
Met. Dinds. i 30 . Note also: triath trom tremaetha Erind
tuath o thuind co tuind taircella tomus, conid iarna durn
toimdither let him fix measures, that they may be measured
according to his fist
(? chief's forearm, etc., being taken as
60standard), Laws iv 344 .
Vn. tairchell.

do-airchomraicci v(*to-ar-com-ro-icc-, perh. a denom. from
comrac, Ped. ii 557 ) heaps together, amasses, assembles:
duerchomraici gl. adgregat, Ml. 110d1 . duerchomrac[at] gl.
65 adglomerant, Ml. 88c5 . cia duerchomraictis doib in cloini
(refers to congregaverunt iniquitatem sibi), 61b16 . duárchom-
raicset, 17 . do-aurchomraicthea fir hÉrend ar a cenn were
assembled to meet them
, ZCP viii 312 . Vn. terchomrac, Part.
terchomraicthe. Cf. do-comraicci.

70 do-áirci v(see Ped. ii 553 , Bergin Ériu xi 139 ). Ipv. 3 s. na
táirged , Wb. 23c13 . táirced, c14 . 2 pl. taircid, Ml. 48b15 .
taírcaid, SR 2624 .
Indic. pres. 3 s. doáirci, Wb. 3d19 ; 15b28 . doáircci, 12c26 .
duairci, Ml. 76a16 . tairci (rel.), Wb. 12c31 . tárci, 25a4 .
75 dofarci, Corm. Y 1228 . dofairce, Arch. iii 293 = Auraic. 1935 .
PH 8378 . ni táirci , Wb. 27a28 . ni tárci, Ériu vii 158 . ni
thairce , PH 8385 . ¤ tárcend, MU² 693 . Rel. tairces, FB § 73 .
tairges, IT i 163 . 3 pl. dunáirceat, Ml. 86c14 . táircet, Wb. 3b8 .
taircet, Im. Brain i 21 . ni táircet, Wb. 30b12 . ní tarcat,
80 31d10 . -taircet, PH 4232 . Ipf. 3 s. dothairced, SR 4521 .
3 pl. ní taircitis , Ml. 98c2 .
Subj. pres. 3 s. dunáirrcea, Ml. 78b22 . dunaircea, 85c2 .
dunairrcea, 130a15 . 1 pl. duaircem, 35b3 . 3 pl. dunaircet,
46b15 . Pass. ní taircither , 17d5 . Ipf. 3 s. dunairced, 35a12 .
85 Fut. 3 s. -dairgeba, Laws iii 266 Comm. 3 pl. taircebat,
LL 119b29 (forms infl. by gaibid). Condit. 3 s. duaircibed,
Ml. 29c10 - 11 . dunaircibed, 100b7 . do-áirgébad (sic leg., Gloss.), BDD² 196 (infl. of gaibid).
Perf. 3 s. dorárricc, Wb. 3c15 . doraricc, 19b23 . doráricc,
3c29 . durairric, Ml. 33b20 . do-rairg, Sc. M² 22 . doraraic, Fél.
5 Aug. 1 . doraraic, SR 7216 , 7193 . dothairg, ZCP viii 539 .
BB 16a30 . ro tairic, CCath. 4390 . ? rontaraig, SR 1524 .
? tharaic, 6367 . tharic, 6741 .
Part. táircide, Verbal of necess. táircidi. Vn. tárcud.
(a) In general sense causes, effects, induces, brings about,
10brings (a result, etc.); in Ml. usually glosses ferre with some
object like adiutorium, 19a4 ; auxilium, 78b22 ; praesidium,
130a15 ; sententiam, 35a12 ; or compd. thereof; afferre (ex-
emplum, rationem), 35b3 , 46b15 ; deferre (servitium), 48b15 ;
inferre, 27c20 , 29c10 - 11 , 100b7 ; perferre (of a message),
15 33b20 ; praeferre (officium), 98c2 ; referre, 17d5 , 18a6 ; and
incutere (timorem), 85c2 , 86c14 . `fero' taircim, Met. Gl. p. 4 .
doáirci bethid dúnni, Wb. 3d19 , 15b28 . is heside dorárricc
báas dúnni, 3c15 ; 3b8 . Ml. 76a16 . ní óen-torbe doraricc dún
crux Christi , Wb. 19b23 . ní tarcat torbe, 31d10 . a mba
20taircide in todernam gl. illato supplicio, Ml. 27c20 . do cha-
laind ind Auguist | doraraicc mór mbríge, Fél. Aug. 1 . ni
thairce tarba nā somáin do nech, PH 8385 . nocho taircci baa
dam does me no good, Anecd. ii 9 . co tárcend suba ┐ sogra
dond ardríg, MU² 693 . dothairg dubha ┐ dobrōn d'feraib
25Erenn, ZCP viii 539 . cia domain doairgebad don ríg in gat
`what damage the theft would cause to the king', BDD § 18 . ni
rotairic oen lā riem . . . don cinidh doennae sama[i]l in rotairicc
in la sin dōib .i. a ndith ┐ a mudugud, CCath. 4390 . rotáirg-
fedh mor do allud do Grécaib, BB 413b35 . ní tárci [in gó] ni
30di ulc [d]ondí frisa n-eperar, Ériu vii 158 . trefocal cen scáth
dofairce cuitbiud which provokes derision, Arch. iii 293 .
dofarce, Auraic. 1935 ; cf. Corm. Y 1228 . co tarce toil di cach
oen | i mbrēithir, i ngnīm, Arch. iii 316 . cia lín dond rīgraid
rāin ruaid | Temra co n-uail tarcai trāig that causes decline of
35Tara
(?), Rawl. 137a26 . findṡruth arggait, drepa óir, | taircet
fáilti cech imróill cause joy, Im. Brain 40 . ammiti tuathchae-
cha taircebat mo milliud, LL 119b29 . aingel Dé tharic cech
síd (: rádid?) who hath wrought every peace, SR 6741 . ōs dálaib
tharaic [Dia] . . . | fot lámaib do dergnamait has placed thy
40dire enemy in thy hands
, 6367 . With FOR: do-fairce péin ┐
digal for nech, PH 8378 . hiligthir a pennind fo mēt torraraic
fora chomnesam di saethur the amount of trouble he has caused
his neighbour
, Ériu vii 158 .
(b) produces, brings forth: rothairg Dia ┐ rotusim donn ūir
45in uili crand (= produxit . . . de humo omne lignum, Gen. ii 9 ),
BB 16a30 = rothairc, Lec. 529a16 (but possibly here the
notion is to draw, suggested by produxit, see below). rorāid
Dia: doradus daib . . . in uili ḟér tairceas sil for talmain, Lec.
528b27 = BB 15b51 . co ndat ambrite ┐ co nā taircet torad,
50 PH 4232 .
(c) procures, gains, provides, supplies: comartha tairces
churathmír dúib, FB § 73 . cia rontáraig Dia bithmaith
though God had secured us lasting good (dia prep., Stokes), SR
1524 = tuc sum cech maith dun, MacCarthy 62 . rí doraraic
55doib mór slúag, 7193 . ? tairgid scēth . . . ┐ cloidme `provide',
Ériu viii 28 . mo chathmerge cenand rothairc ferand fó `that
has won good land
', PRIA xix 550 ( LL 147a35 ). Cf. also follg.
exx. from Laws: ni tualaing rodaselba sanna nech nodoren
nade tairce, i 202 . ? nad bi ed ōn donairce `if it be not he that
60acquires it
', iii 48 . munar tairg int athuir somuine cuige
amuigh `unless . . . has acquired property', iii 64 Comm. fer
conae deis n-athar . . . ┐ do tairchid `who accumulates', iv 348 .
(d) Miscellaneous and doubtful uses: in mias atuaid,
taircthi rúin, | cosna bargenaib remuir, SR 4353 ; cf. 4521 .
65 Sárnat ben Chonairi . . . rastuc cen temel mar thaircim |
Nemed mac Srabcind na srian, LL 138b44 = Lec. 399a6
(do-fairget?). ingen maic Niad co méite, | Téite, notharcitis
(rotairgitis, rotairrngidis, v.l.) tuir `whom chieftains used to
guard
', Met. Dinds. iii 234 (referred to do-farcai, Gloss.).
70 In follg. instances from Laws apparently brings, conducts,
leads: masa codnach rotargestur in ech dochum in denta who
led
, iii 254 . mas ī in t-ech rotairgestar in codnach, 256 . slān
dona damaib cach uile ní (uile) dara dairgeba in codnach iad
ina certimāin `over which a sensible adult conducts them in
75proper driving
', 266 . masa codnach rotairged isin rē comraic
`that is drawn into the combat-field', 296 . slán d'fir in eich na
huile neiche dara taircebar `over which it is (lit. will be)
brought
', 180 Comm. In these exx. perh. influenced by
tairngid tairgid, prototonic form of do-srenga draws.
80See also do-airicc, do-fairget.