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65 do-airmesca v(*to-air-mesc-?). Usually as simple vb. tairmescaid
based on tairmesc, q.v., but cf. indic. impf. 3 s.
doairmescad, Mon. Tall. 127 and perf. dorairmesc, TTr.² 391 ,
which may however be back-formations.
Hinders, obstructs, restrains, checks, forbids: (a) With accus.
70of pers.: céa rófessad, nín-tairmeiscfed it would not have pre-
vented him
, Trip.² 444 . arná tarmasca in sacardd lest it disturb
the priest
, Thes. ii 253 . in rí nad relic doib sain | rostairmesc
tria hilbērlaib (of builders of Babel), SR 2762 . ? dorairmesc
. . . T. oc rádh ind athisc sin opposed that saying, TTr.² 391 .
75With DE of thing, action, etc., hindered. doḟécai na firu ┐
níntairmesc dia chluchiu (seeing them) did not hinder it from its
play
, RC ix 476 LU (possibly reflex.). nis-derband (nis-
tairmmescand, Eg.) dia ndáil ind reb sin, BDD 108 . With
IMM: co rothoirmiscea na drochdōine im cech mígním, PH
80 4159 . With ó: in rí tairmisces a chloidem o fhuil in pecthaig
holds back . . . from, PH 4213 , cf. O'Gr. Cat. 116.9 . noch do
thoirmisgas sinn ó an oileamhain neamhdha do ghlacadh,
Donl. 264 .
(b) With accus. of thing, action, etc., hindered or frustrated:
85 ní thairmescad nach ái alaile (of balls thrown up and caught
in rapid succession in a juggling feat), FB § 42 . hé rothairmesc
tor Nemrúaid, SR 2770 . fobithin fobenad ┐ doairmescad
menmain iond cāich dia n-aisnedter it might disturb the mind,
Mon. Tall. 127 . do thorud in chroind toirmescdha forbidden,
PH 4931 . do toirmiosgadh an phláigh was stayed, Ps. cvi 30 .
5 toirmisgid bar ferg check, Aen. 3012 . cur toirmiscc Medb in
gnīm siu do dēnum, Anecd. v 21 = co nār lēic M., Ériu ii 182 .
With DE of pers.: ní thairmescub . . . díb I will not stop you,
TTr.² 337 . ni rotoirmescad dib-so uli toidect co r—Roim they
were not prevented (from) coming to Rome
, PH 575 . con-
10ditoirmesc Colcu díob till C. hindered them from doing so, Mon.
Tall. 153 . With DO of pers.: screpall . . . ar cach laithe rotair-
miscestar ris do for every day (the horse-breaker) has hindered
him (the horse-owner) from use of it (the horse)
(?), Laws v 214
Comm. With IMM (ordinary construction): ni tairmesceb
15umaib, LB 138a34 . ní rothairmisc (rotairmesc, LU) a cluichi
imbi, TBC² 518 . is mé rothairmisc im Ailill dul it dáil who
prevented A. from going to tryst with thee
, IT i 128 (TE). uair
rochaithis don chrund rothairmiscius ummut which I had
forbidden thee
, Lec. 530b5 . With AR (FOR) of pers. (common
20 in later lang., esp. in sense prohibits ): secht n-ailgeasa
breithe . . . no secht is tairmisg[th]e ar in mbrethemain seven
things which are forbidden to the judge
, Laws v 352 . do thoir-
measg Dia orra gan fíon . . . d'ól, Eochairsg. 120 . Note also:
do thoirmeasg Dia an teine . . . gan gníomh do dheunamh air
25an dtriur leanbh, 66 .

do-airmgert v pret. (perf.) 3 s. tairmgert Fedlim bliadain inna
gnāis, ZCP viii 120 = do-r-imgart besought?

do-airmil(li) v(*to-air-mel-? -mill-?): rogha na selbach ara
tairmillter of the owners on whom the destruction is wrought
30(whose property is injured), Laws iii 440 Comm. (`the owners
of the suspected cattle
', Plummer MS. notes). ni fuil ní . . .
astas tuarasdal ag fir tairmilter and, O'C. 2584 ( Eg. 88,
49 (50)c ). See tairmilt.

doáirmithe adj(áirmithe) innumerable: doairmhithe, P. O'C.
35 nuimhir dho-áirmhighthe, Keat. iii 1102 . Cf. díáirmide.

do-airndret v(*to-air-ind-reth-, Ped. ii 600 ) runs about, roams
over: duairndredat gl. pererrantes, Ml. 81b2 .

do-airngir (*to-air-com-gair- or to-air-in-gair-? Ped. ii 534 )
later as simple vb. tairngirid, IGT Verbs § 65 , tairrgirid.
40 Indic. pres. 3 s. duairṅgir, Ml. 106a2 , duarngir, 94a4 .
doairngair, Laws v 118 . inna hí tairngir , Ml. 50d10 . feib
tarṅgir , SR 3359 . 3 pl. duairngerat, Ml. 87b15 . dorairngerat
(sic), Tec. Corm. p. 34 .
Subj. pres. 2 s. ní thairṅgere , Tec. Corm. 38 . Fut. 3 pl. ni
45 tairṅgérat , Sg. 208b3 . (Pret. and) perf. 1 s. amal dunda-
rairgiurt-sa , Ml. 109c9 . dorairngert-sa, Anecd. ii 61 . dosrern-
gart, Fél. 66.14 . dorairngertas[s]a, PH 3783 . 2 s. durairrgirt-
siu, Ml. 74c20 . dorar[n]gertaissiu, LU 5155 = dorairngertais-
siu, TBC² 672 . dorarngartais-siu, SG 322 . 3 s. (a) dorairngert,
50 Wb. 14c32 . Ml. 46c20 ; 136c12 . TBC² 2537 . SR 289 . durairn-
gert, Wb. 5c9 . Ml. 105b11 ; 130c16 ; 126c10 ; 123c1 . dorarṅgert,
SR 1071 , 3081 , 6361 . LU 6233 . IT i 81 § 19 . do-n-rarngart,
Fianaig. 36 . dorargert, Trip. 160 = dorairngert, Trip.² 1863 .
dorairgert, FA § 2 (LU = dorairngert LB). do-s-rairgert, Hy.
55 v 15 Comm. ( Thes. ii 329 ). rorairngert, BB 417b36 . rotharn-
gert, SR 2789 , 3057 . feib tharngert , 6359 . rothairngert,
Met. Dinds. ii 30 . Corm. Y 698 . a nd-rotairngert , Mon. Tall.
146 . ni cain-tairrngert , Ériu v 236 . (b) dorairngir, PH 3408 .
dorarngir, 3435 . rorarngir, 3409 . rorarngair, 3144 . rotharn-
60gair, SR 3287 . rothairrngir, RC xxiv 202 ; xxxvi 262 . Keat.
iii 2508 , etc. rothergair, LL 212b12 . 3 pl. (a) amal dund-
rai[r]ngertar , Ml. 67b8 . toairngertatur, Laws i 16 . (b)
dorairngirsead, Lec. 539b7 . rotharngirset, LL 146b28 . Note
also: dorairrngertsit, RC xxii 19 n. 4 .
65 Pass. indic. pres. tarngirther, RC xxv 252(LU). tarrn-
girther, PH 3513 . Subj. impf. duairngerthe, Wb. 2c17 . (Pret.
and) perf. dorairngerad, Ml. 113d5 . SR 4828 . dorairngired,
LU 5944 . dorairngered, TBFr. 410 . dorairngred, Wb. 2c12 ;
19c5 . Death-tales 20 . SR 4828 . durairṅgred, Wb. 19b22 .
70 rotairngered, PH 6995 etc. Part. tairngirthe, Ml. 110d5 .
Vn. tairngire.
(a) promises ; gl. polliceri, Ml. 87b15 , 94a4 , Sg. 108b3 ,
promittere, Ml. 110d5 ; refers to promissio, Wb. 2c12 , Ml. 74c20 ,
113d5 , 136c12 . dorairngeart .i. do geall, Arch. iii 14 . Folld.
75by accus., vn. clause or subord. clause: rocretset dungenad
Dia aní durairngert, Ml. 123c1 . dugena . . . inna hi tairngir,
Ml. 50d10 . ar comalnad and rotairngert do anmcharait what
he had promised to his confessor
, Mon. Tall. 146 . ní thairngire
ná dotbé do not promise what you have not, Tec. Corm. 38 . cosin
80tír . . . dorairṅgered do Abram, SR 4828 . ? With dat. inf.
pron. dosnairgert immon ferann . . . promised them as regards
the territory
. . ., Rawl. 127b42 . dorairngerad dōib tuidecht
a dōire, Ml. 113d5 . dorairngired dó Findabair do t[h]abairt
dō, TBC² 1478 = LU 5944 . duarngir-som betan duthrachtaig
85a gnimai-som do Dia he promises that his deeds will be . . .,
Ml. 94a4 . dorarngert si nach ḟacfed a da céle for talmain i
n-oenfecht (i.e. she undertook, vowed), IT i 81 . dorairngred
rombad oirdnide a chland, Wb. 2c12 .
(b) foretells, prophesies: is dō-suide dorairngered orgain in
dūini-sea it was foretold that he should pillage, TBFr. 410 .
5 do toircechnatar .i. rotharrnghairsetar, Laws iii 30 . feib
rotharngair a chiall chain, SR 3287 . gur tairngir Sgáthach
. . . misi do tuitim ris, TBC 3147 . tarngairit curpu do chrádh,
Acall. 7593 . do thairrngirsiod naoimh Éireann olc do theacht
ar Éirinn, Keat. iii 2513 . dorairngert ōn uraid | mairc bīas
10isin tulaig | ar cind in con cubaid it has been foretold (?) that
woe shall betide him who
. . ., TBC² 2537 (impers.?). dorarngert
cech fāith o chēin | gigned i flaith Ochtauein, SR 7523 .
tairngairset co na luga do gēbdais in mām Romanach that
none the less they would submit to the Roman yoke
, Todd Nenn.
15 72 . toairngertatur donicfad berla, Laws i 16.4 .