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dobeóil adj(bél) of evil lips, foulmouthed: fer dothengt[h]ach d. ¤
amal Dubthach Doél Ulad, TBC² 2166 . Of a road or pass
tortuous: tre shligid ndorcha ndoveoil (= per longam ac
tortuosam et valde difficilem viam), Aisl. Tund. 98.15 . tré
gleandaibh cumgacho dorcha dobeóili, 105.2 .

5 do-berra v shears. Subj. impf. pass. amal doberrthe gl. unum
est ac si decalvetur, Wb. 11c12 .

dobert n ā,f. (bert) evil deed or practice; evil trick: do digail a
dobeart ar Ulltaib, MR 200.20 . uait féine a ndiaigh do doibh-
heart | biaidh Éire gan aodhaireacht, 3 C 13, 813.19 . sín
10doibherta cháigh, GJ i 353 . diolgadh dáibh a ndoibhearta,
iv 151 . ní-sa mhó do dhoibheartaibh, Keat. iii 5593 . ní
headh amháin 'na dhoibheartaibh, acht . . . 'na dhroch-
smuaintighthibh, TSh. 7299 .

dobertach adj o,ā (dobert) vicious, of evil deeds: (of Lebarcham,
15the ban-echlach) donaidhi dotheangthach doberthach, BB
257b29 . docuaidh diabul d. ¤ [i]sin deilb, ZCP xiii 15.27 . Satan
d. ¤ , ZCP v 23 § 21 . deaman d. ¤ , § 22 . in diabul d. ¤ , 23 N 10, 90 .

dobés, dobus n u,m. (bés) evil custom, evil habit, vice, ill
behaviour: cen dobus, LU 3930 (`grudge', SC Gloss.). mairg
20caras na dobésa ┐ miscniges na sobésa, Todd Lect. vi 126 .
lessaig tremut-sa tressa ar ṅd. ¤ , LB 74b11 (Trip. clxvii). isam
cintach-sa, dilfasa d. ¤ ┐ icfasa anfiachu, MR 160.10 . ré cosc
gada ┐ éigin, drúise ┐ doibhéas, Keat. iii 5586 . an mhéid
bheanas ré doibhéasaibh na nGaedheal as regards the bad
25morals of the G.
, 5590 . daosgar-shluagh na ndubhailceadh ┐
na [n]doibheus, Eochairsg. 92.2 . do smachtachadh na nd. ¤ ,
Expugn. Hib. § 66 . lór do chách do denam dobésa to cause
immorality
, Leb. Gab. 32.15 . Cf. sobés.

dobésach adj o,ā (dobés) of evil habits, ill-bred, ill-mannered,
30 immoral: uair fa d. ¤ dichoisc, ZCP viii 274.3 . adbhert ris go
diabhlaidhe . . . doibésach, Ériu v 164.22 . bid borb doibhé-
sach, 3 C 19, 33 vb 38 .

dobésaige n iā, f. (dobésach) badness of character, ill-breeding,
viciousness: ar a doilgi ┐ ar a d. ¤ , LB 144a2 .

35 dobethu n(bethu) wretched life: scor docra ┐ dobethadh, CCath.
4528 .

dobga xsee dogba.

dobíadach adj o,ā (bíad): in daer dotcedach d. ¤ dona inhospitable ,
Laws i 42.9 Comm.

40 do-bidci v(*dī-bidc-, Ped. ii 476 ). Prot. stem -díbairg. See
Thurn., KZ xxxii 569 , Gramm. p. 134 ; Vendryes RC xviii 6 .
Old-Irish forms. Indic. pres. 3 s. dombidgi, Anecd. i 54 § 30 .
3 pl. dubidcet, Ml. 93d11 . Impv. 2 s. dibairg, Anecd. i 5.z .
Impf. 3 s. dobidced, RC xii 68.1 . a ndumbidced, Ml. 53d7 .
45 dobidgad, Corm. Y 975 (83.15) . Subj. impf. 3 pl. dombidctis,
Ml. 26d7 . co dubidctis , 30b1 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. d-a-mbidc,
Ml. 58c4 . dosmbidc, TBC² 1743 (YBL); 2135 . dobidc, 2962 .
nīsndībeirc, 1231 (YBL) = nisdibeirg, LU. dorrubidc, Ml.
40d9 . darobidc, 58c3 . 3 pl. dobidgsat, Alex. 243 .
50 Vn. díbirciud.
Later as simple vb. with stem díbairg-, díbairc-, or with
metathesis díbraic-, díubraic-, etc. IGT Verbs § 88 .
(a) With obj. of thing cast shoots, casts, hurls (in Ml. gl.
iaculari, sagittare): dobidgad Goibne asin tenchair na gai,
55 Corm. Y 975 (83.15) . cruth dombidgi tond íasc, Anecd. i 54
§ 30 . nosdíbairg na tri cóecta snáthat cach i ndiaid araili díb,
FB § 65 . cinnas dibairgim etir how I make a cast, TBC 1186 .
mac diubraices in mbunnsaig, Laws iv 140 Comm. co rodi-
braicer feb dibraicti-si, CCath. 2184 . cona dibhraictis urcor
60n-imroill, 5673 . rodíbraicedh aturra frasa d'fogáithib,
Fianaig. 88.30 . urchar do dibraic Seiscend, Acall. 3999 .
rodibraic saigid a fidbaic ibraide, TTebe 2588 . diubraicfet
ind aball sa ar amus chinn ind rig, SG 413.10 . rodiubraicsium
rot n-urchair don chloich, 325.30 . sāsa dia ndiubraicfidhi
65aili dímhora, Marco P. 132 . rodibraigsed uaithib in curach,
Snedgus u. mac R. 40.21 . gur sir-dibraiged siartuaig o Erinn
iad, KMMisc. 314.1 .
With indirect obj. introd. by DO, FRI, FOR: rodíbairg inn gai
dó, RC iii 178 (LL). rodiubraic Conan a tṡleg dó, Acall. 6713 .
70 rodiubraic F. urchur d'én aile, 7066 . dodiubraig urchur don
tres hén, 7067 . is iarum dobidc Cūrāi dīb dībrucud ar ceann
araile fri hAmargine, TBC² 2962 . rodibraicedar tri clocha
. . . riu, Acall. 7134 . nos-dibraic cloich fair, Moling § 70 .
rodíbairg si certli forsin luing, LL 221b46 ( TTr. 344 ). rodiubh-
75raic . . . saiget fair launched an arrow at him, CCath. 3658 .
Cf. do diubhraic urchor de dochum muintire Coluim (of a
gospel), Cog. 90.24 .
(b) With obj. of person or thing cast at pelts, shoots at,
strikes: d-a-mbidc Semei di chlochaib pelted him with stones,
80 Ml. 58c4 . nech doseinn araile . . . nech dobeidg araile, O'C.
2116 ( H. 4. 22 79b ). dosmbidc co llecaib, TBC² 2135 . nīsndi-
beirc Cūchulaind dadaig asa thabaill, 1231 . dosmbidc C.
a Delga, 1743 . intan bātir hēssom huile dobicdis (recte
dobidctis) in poll, 498 . dibairg na heounu, Anecd. i 5.z . ar
85na rasdibairged C., TBC 2742 . nachas diburged C. that C.
might not strike her
, 1546 . dosbidc in fer co morchlochaib,
ZCP ix 192.26 . rogabsat cloch cecha fir cor dibraicset hé,
LB 151b36 . intan diubraicther isin cath í do ilar arm when
it is hit in battle by many missiles
(of an elephant), CCath.
3650 . dibraigid iad do armaib ┐ do clochaib, Aen. 2208 . cia
5rodiubraic Goll mac Morna? — missi rodiubraic he, Acall.
7928 - 9 . rodiubraic Mane misi, 6795 . co ndibruigidís i
nóinfecht é, SG 92.30 . is do guin rig. . . . cibe dibraicius Conn
a Temraig, Ms. Mat. 618 .
(c) With DE strikes from, cuts off, removes: bainid dorad beim
10do Nuadhad nair | nocor dibraic de a deaslaim, Lec. 554b3 .
no gur dibraigestar a dóid ndeis gá lúithib don laech-milid (of
a sword), MR 300 . a rí shíl mínaird Meadba | díbhairg dín ar
ndoimheanma, IGT Verbs ex. 854 .
(d) moves quickly, starts up (?): dosbiudc asa aislingi, TBC²
15 2956 (perh. reflex.). dobidg amach, RC xiii 222.40 . dobidgsat
a l-lamu luathescaide dia saigetbolcaib, Alex. 243 (perh.
trans.). Cf. bedcaid.