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do-aithbig, -boing v(*to-aith-beg-, Ped. ii 460 , *to-aith-bong-
Thurn. Gramm. § 550 ). IGT Verbs § 65 . Indic. pres. 1 s.
doaithbiuch, Sg. 22b2 . 3 pl. conda-tathbongat, Laws ii 382.3 .
Subj. pres. 2 s. -taithmis, O'Don. 1688 ( H. 5. 15 30a ). 3 s.
toaithib, Ériu vii 162 § 5 . do-n-aithim, Laws iii 12.15 .
5 rotaithim, 56.21 . do-n-aithbi, iv 86.20 (ben- ?) = dodánaith-
mig, O'Don. 1674 ( H. 5. 15 26b ). 3 pl. doaithmet, -taithmiut,
O'Don. 19 ( H. 3.17 19 ). Pass. indic. pres. do-n-athbongar,
O'Dav. 980 . doathmongar, Laws v 506.12 . tathbongar,
O'Dav. 866 , 980 . taidbegar, Trip.² 1872 . Subj. do-aithbestar,
10 O'C. 463 ( H. 3.18 245 ). -taithmestar, O'Dav. 825 . Pret. and
perf. to-n-aidbecht, BDD app. 168 . ? taidbecht, Ériu i 118.11 .
doraithmecht, O'C. 1755 ( 23 P 6, 34 b) = doruithmechta,
1068 ( H. 3.18 440b ). Verbal of necess. taidbecti, Enchir. Aug.
75a ( ZCP vii 482 ). taithmechta, Laws i 50.32 . See taith-
15mechta
. Vn. taithmech. Later as simple vb. taithmigid, q.v.
(a) dissolves, breaks up, abrogates, annuls: gl. abrogo, Sg.
22b2 . intan donathmongar cuir when contracts are dissolved,
Laws v 506 (.i. in tan taithmigter na cuir, 508 Comm. ). ni
mesi fadesin donaithim curu, iii 12 . ni cloin ce tho-aith bestar
20fossair a n-aie though the basis (?) of their suit be dissolved,
Bürgschaft 30 § 81 . In lit. sense, of breaking up earth,
buildings, etc.: lintar d'airget cach derc do-n-aithbi, do ūir
cach derc rotaithmidhi, Laws iv 86 Comm. tathbongar fúr
.i. talam, O'Dav. 866 . scailtir in carnd, taidbegar int adnacul,
25 Trip.² 1872 . ata corp mna . . . isin relic, tait[h]mighidh et
beiridh lib i dig it up, Anecd. ii 15 . fobíth tonaidbecht forro
a síd their elf-mound had been broken up, BDD App. 168 .
(b) opens, loosens, unties: nói trillsi taitbechtai fora ciond,
RC xii 84 . In this meaning usually taithmigid.
30Note also: math tria scelugud toaithib `finds fault' (stirs up
strife
?), Ériu vii 162 § 5 (see p. 186).

do-aithchren v(*to-aith-cren-, Ped. ii 497 ) buys back, redeems.
Ipv. 2 pl. [ta]idchrenid, Wb. 27c27 . Subj. pres. 3 s. ni tathcria
ma ro ria .i. ni tuca amuigh é ma rorecais amach, O'Dav.
35 1520 = O'C. 2398 ( Eg. 88, 31 (32)b ). Pass. impf. pl. doaith-
chretis, Ml. 123c10 . Perf. 1 s. duairchér gl. pecunia . . .
consecutus sum, Ardm. 186a ( Thes. i 498 ). 3 s. duarchiuir gl.
redemit, Ml. 73b5 . is he sum doradchiúir , Wb. 2b9 . ithé
dorraidchiúir , 32d10 . dodarachiuir, Ériu iii 2.17 . Pass. perf.
40 pl. dorathchratha, Ml. 125b9 . ? Part. combad tadchrethi do
dergór, SR 3250 (see Wortk. 154 ). Vn. taithchrecc.

do-aithchuiredar v(*to-aith-cuir, Ped. ii 500 ). Indic. pres. 3 s.
duadchuridar, Ml. 34d7 . a ndonaithchuiredar , Sg. 18b6 .
Impf. 3 s. doadchuired, Trip.² 138 . Subj. pres. 1 s. coro
45 thadchuiriur , Trip.² 2109 . Fut. 3 s. do-n-aithfoicherr, Ml.
34d8 . do-aithcuirfe, Trip.² 1843 . 3 pl. du-n-athfoichret, Ml.
72d1 . Pret. and perf. 2 s. tatharlais, TFrag. 60 . 3 pl. doath-
lasat, BDD 47 = athralsat, BDD² 428 . Part. taidchoirthe,
Ml. 82c6 . tathcorthe, LU 2705 . Vn. tathchor. Later as
50simple vb. tathchuirid.
(a) returns: gl. reverti, Ml. 34d8 , 72d1 , 82c6 ; redire, Sg.
18b6 . iarsindi . . . dunathfoichret huli as in dōiri-sin, Ml.
72d1 . dorathchuir co P. iarum, Trip.² 1848 . dorathcuir in rí
gan choscur dia thír, Todd Nenn. 58 . rothaithchuir S. dia
55thig, TTr.² 1252 . doathlasat iarsuidi dochom nErend, BDD
47 . intan tathcures [ind anim] tria sualchib . . . cosin
Comdid, RC xxv 250 . corothadchuiriur cossna failti suthaine,
Trip.² 2109 . doathchuirfe cucum daridissi it shall revert to me,
1843 .
60(b) Trans. puts back, sends back: dofoir, a Rí nime glais |
a ndoc[h]airte tatharlais the misfortune thou hast sent (us) (?),
TFrag. 60 = Bruchst. i 41 § 96 . Cf. also: lase donaithfoicherr
.i. deus , gl. cum populus . . . fuerit reversus, `when He shall
return', Ml. 34d8 (but trans., Ped. ii 500 ). don-athcuirethar
65cona oghiarrath amal inrolad etir, ZCP xiii 21.2 returns
(a foster son)
(Thurn.), Bürgschaft 8 § 12 .

doaithennta adj(aithne, etc.) strange, unrecognizable: is duaithni
d. ¤ atá do muindter, ZCP vi 44 .

do-aithḟéga v(cf. aithḟégaid) considers, takes into account:
70 taithfégthar sin, O'Don. 797 ( H. 3.17 572 ) `let that be con-
sidered
', Plummer MS. notes. iubaile doaithfégar doib o sin
amach, 706 ( 516 ). cia himain . . . doatfegar and, 885 ( 636 ).

do-aithigi v(*to-aith-saig, TBFr. Gloss . ). IGT Verbs § 65 .
Impf. 3 s. dodasathiged, LU 1448(MU). 3 pl. dosathigtis,
75 ZCP ix 191.7 = tusathaightis, Ériu ii 32 . doaithidis, Met.
Dinds. iii 483YBL. Apart from these exx. always as simple
vb. taithigid (the original form ?). Vn. taithigid.
(a) Trans. visits, goes to see, frequents: condat mná sīdi
romthathigset, SC § 28 . tathich (tathig, v.l.) torc allaid a trét
80 a wild boar haunted her herd, Hy. v 57 . ? ben taithigi na báu,
TBFr. 395 (see ZCP xxiv 122 - 3 ). nothathigind-sea in n-inad
sin I used to repair to that spot, Im. Brain ii 290 ( LU 1315 ).
nach-as-tathigi áes báeth (of the Tabernacle), SR 4381 .
māine mór mbarc hi cinn cach thíre tathigedar, ZCP xi 82 .
85 in tond . . . | tathig trāig ic Tuaig Inbir, LL 153a36 ( Met.
Dinds. iv 62.64 ). nuadh tedma tathaig cona `a hero of the
malady which attacks hounds
', Sitzb. 1919 v 93 , cf. nuatai
tedmo taithig conae . . . issed teidm taitidid (taithiges, v.l.)
conae, ZCP iii 245 . monuar ní for-tathaig (: bláthaig) the
thing that comes upon you
, Met. Dinds. iii 152 .
5(b) Intrans. with prep. or adv. of place: notathaighedh
occlaech go Colman, Anecd. ii 18 . Ard Macha . . . dún cus'
tathig m'anim-si, Trip. 486 (LB). a Muirisc na marc | cosa
tathig tond, Met. Dinds. iii 426 . na taithidh do thigh do
charat gu minic, Ériu v 136 . rothathiged M. . . . sin tech
10i mbói C., FB § 63 . arale cendigi taithigit hi tir Muman,
Mon. Tall. 149 . foda uadh o tathigis sunn, RC xiii 5 . do
thathaigedh go minic fón loch, SG 88 .
(c) In later lang. has recourse to, practises: an té . . . nach
dtaithigheann biadh na beatha síorruidhe, Donl. 144 .
15 tathuighim bheith tearc I am used to being hard up, Ó Bruad.
iii 6 .
See 2 taithigid.