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doburchú n n,f. (2 dobur + cú) otter . IGT Decl. § 21 . dobur usce,
unde dicitur dobarc[h]ú .i. cú uisci, Corm. Y 424 . dobarchú
80robui isin loch, Buile S. 4.24 . conderna d. ¤ desim may he
become an otter
, Mélusine iv 298.20 . coinfodorne .i. dobur-
choin, Corm. Y 311 . dochromsat na dobharchoin na dhea-
ghaidh, ITS v 132.19 (onchoin, ib. 16 ). gabait secht ndobor-
chona, TBFr. 62 . di chrocnib doborchon, 101 .
85As n.pr. Dobarchú a cuiced Laigen, Acall. 4549 . D. ¤ o
bhfuilit í Dhobharchon, Mélusine iv 298.20 . Cainnech mao
meic Dobharchon, Goid. 109 . muinntear Dhobhorchon, ITS
xv 21.32 . Máel Doborchon, LL 283b30 . Maelruain mac
Maele doborchon, Rawl. 151b21 . m. Maeldoborchon, 117b47 .
See dobrán.

5 do-búri v bellows: bid amnas dombúrfet chucaib in damrad sa
Bretan ┐ Alban, RC xiii 452 § 44 .

doburnaid xsee do-bruinn.

dobus xsee dobés.

do-cain v(*di-can-) (a) chants, recites (a spell, incantation or
10magic formula): dichan brichtu forsan crand sin, Corm. 32 =
dicain, Corm. Y 975 . dochain for a di bois, dobert . . . a
orduin ina beolau ┐ dochain tria teinm laodae, 1018 . dichain
[in file] dichetal fair (i.e. over piece of flesh used in divination),
756 . gebid sop . . . ┐ doscan fair, Ériu v 34.10 . dicain forsin
15slig he chants a spell on the spear, Fianaig. 38.10 . dichain
tothlacht chants a petition, Leb. Gab. 266.5 . dicanar (sic leg.)
díchetlui móra derbha, RC xiii 11 . gabais C. lán duirnd dind
féor ┐ dichac[h]ain (.i. bricht) fair, TBC² 1644 . docachnotar
brechtau for sluagaib na Fomore, RC xii 84 § 86 . docechnatar
20drāi[d] Erenn for Galeonu, xv 300 ( Dinds. 9 ). dochechnad for
a fedaib conántibertaís torad, Im. Brain 46.9 . atbert-si
docachnopadh [brichtu] forrai, RC xii 86 n. 4 . in biait . . .
cēinmair anmain dīa n-dichet for which it has been recited,
KMMisc. 212 § 5 .
25(b) sings (cf. canaid): docain coglerdaith cen greis | ind
enlaid, SR 1021 . mad uathad dochanat form | ní airfitiud
nach n-oenchorm, TBC 2341 .
Vn. díchetal.

? docairt: ind C. sain ac tríall tiachtain d. ¤ dochum in chatha,
30 TBC 3713 .

do-caithi vlater tochaithid spends, consumes . (a) Of time:
dicathi gl. tantum spatii noctu exigit, Bcr. 36c2 . ind da la . .
dochaithi fri arrachtin gréne the two days which (the moon)
spends in overtaking the sun
, Thes. ii 33.22 . tóchathit a
35mbetha ina tírib fen co bás, Thr. Hom. 94.29 . ducha[i]ter
gl. vitam quae in captivitate ducatur, Ml. 82a9 . ma ta troscud
┐ ní rotochaiter re in tairgille uile, Laws v 446.4 Comm. na
gnima a tóchaiter saegul-rith na bethad doenna, PH 3991 .
is amlaidh rothocaithedh F. a bhetha, Anecd. iii 4.23 . dia
40tóchaithem aimsir ar n-uli bethad dorér na scripturi if we
spend
, PH 6811 . pritchais . . . don chumail corothochathitis
inn uile n-aidhche oc ernaigthe, Lat. Lives 59 . dorochaid
huile aimsir a bethad occu, Trip.² 2634 . gurab ann . . . rotho-
chaith a huile laithe, Fl. Earls 152.7 . durachthaisset gl. omne
45vitae suae spatium . . . exegerunt, Ml. 98b13 . dia tocaiter triar
do daeraib a fuidres, i.e. if three generations have been
fuidirs
, Laws v 512.12 Comm. cid luaithi tocaiter apa in
fecheman, O'C. 2104 ( H. 4. 22 76b ). no go thocaithter cain,
2563 ( Eg. 88, 47 (48)c ). Absol. rothochaithsiot samhlaidh go
50diúidh September, FM vi 2252.3 .
(b) Of food, goods, etc.: rothocaith bairgena, LB 128b48 .
rothóchaith corp Crist he received the sacrament, Buile S.
146.25 . rotochaith a dí brattán, FM ii 880.7 . ? dodocaith na
doibhdhá, ZCP iii 460 . docait[h] nododibdá, 461 . See do-
55cing
. is a eiric uadha fein corothocaither a innile ┐ a tír inn
till his cattle be spent in payment of it, Laws iii 68.8 . coroto-
caiter ór ┐ airged ┐ innile ┐ a thír inn, iv 244.15 Comm.
(c) Fig. nachitochthad fria choscc ní besíre let him not wear
thee out
, Wb. 31d11 . gid úathad lín in chaire | dochaitter
60menma aire attention is expended upon it, TBC 2358 .
Vn. tochaithem.

doccair i I As adj. grievous, troublesome, difficult: beith at
ingnuis dam is docair, SG 353.5 . fodmachtain doeri docair ó
danaraib grievous slavery, Cog. 56.19 (form?). cid d. ¤ leissin
65teglach, Acall. 7022 . ba docair aithne forra it was hard to
recognize them
, CCath. 2237 . docom cat[h]a docair for a stiff
battle
, 5171 . nír docuir (dheacair, v.l.) mé d'eadráin air it was
not hard to separate me from him
, Ériu iv 216.15 . is duiligh is
is docair | a tuirim in Trefocail, Auraic. 2016 . fis a ruine is
70rodocair, 2019 . do thréig mé . . . mo shlighthe docra diamhra
I have given up my hard mysterious ways (of versification),
Studies 1918, 617 § 7 . dodaing .i. docair, Lec. Gl. 269 . Com- par. and superl. conad docra ┐ conad doidngi congbail in
cadusa inas fogbail in ratha, CCath. 802 . feib as doccra ┐ as
75dorcha bói ríam, Aisl. MC 17 . cá dáil as docra what plight is
harder
? A. Ó Dálaigh xxx 3 .
II As subst. (g s. docrach). docar, -air, g s. -ra -rach, IGT
Decl. § 161 . hardship, trouble, difficulty: conna fuaratar aidchi
bad mó dód no d. ¤ (dochar, St.) dóib, TBC 632 . cona raibhi
80docair di a tuismed a meic, Lism. L. 1886 . ri ndúad ná ri
ndocair in mórchoblaig sin, TTr. 999 ( LL 230b38 ). roling cach
docair he sprang over every obstacle, Cog. 160.10 . gach gabad
┐ gach docair fogebar, Aen. 296 . isat maethshlat nar mannrad
re mor-docair by great hardship, MR 294.13 . (spoken by wife
85of Pilate) ro-chésas- [s]a indiu mor-mor ṅdocair i n-aislingti
ar a dáig, PH 3268 . indsmais cen docair gái nglan without
difficulty, Met. Dinds. iii 248 . is maille docair leighister
(= cum difficultate curatur), O'Gr. Cat. 205.18 . fri fulang
gacha docrach (sic leg.), Aen. 281 . tosach imnidh ┐ docrach
móir, TFrag. 158 . ic fulang docrach i tíribh Gallia , CCath.
5 554 . ni fhuilngim na docracha so, SG 22.15 .
Compd. doirrsi a ndocairchneadh, 3 C 13, 860.16 .