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50 doccumail n i (accomal) In later lang. doc(c)amal o,m. difficulty,
distress; hardship, calamity: airc .i. docamhal, O'Cl. docamhal,
mairg, caineadh, Eg. Gl. 213 . is docomail dréim na secht
nime, FA 15 . i ndoccomul ┐ i mūich ifirn, LB 256b65 . bátar
i ndocumal mór d' esbaidh an ancuiri, Lism. L. 3781 . comtis
55oenmenmnaig fri cach ṅdoccomail, TTr. 187 ( LL 219b27 ).
díten . . . for cech n-ingreim ┐ doccomail, PH 4177 . aes cecha
tedma ┐ cecha doccomla, 4398 . ro-saerad Móysi . . . dona
doccumlaib ir-raibe, 5886 . (of Christ) ic fulang bochta ┐
cecha doccumla archena, Todd Lect. vi 32.5 . guides Dia gu
60dícra fan documal sin do fortacht, RC xii 332 § 23 . tuitim
chodhnaidh chláir Lughaidh | mór bhfear dána docamhail
many are they to whom it is a calamity, Misc. Celt. Soc. 376.16 .
gach ceistt cruaidh ┐ cach documal comairle every difficult
counsel
, ZCP ii 16.24 . as mor do imnedh ┐ do dhocomhul
65rochésus connige so, Buile S. 118.10 . ag díchur danar ┐
díbergach ┐ gach ṅdoccamuil archena a hÉrinn every other
calamity
, Fianaig. 86.19 . do derb docomhal (gl. dodhoing) da
shiol, Leb. Gab. 112, n. 7 . do mheasadar docamhal mór do
bheith i ngabháil an dúin, Keat. ii 3449 . méid an docamhail
70bhíos orm ria caitheamh na Sacraiminte, Eochairsg. 101.16 .
do fhill Dia na sochair sin i ndoghraing ┐ i ndocamhal
d'Ádhamh, TSh. 2433 . gan duadh ná docamhal d' fhulang,
6912 . dá fháth . . . dár dúscadh ár ndoc(h)umail, Keat.
Poems 1074 . do shaltradar orra síos gan docamhal without
75difficulty
, Judges xx 43 . rugass gan docomhal nādūrtha I
gave birth without natural difficulty
(i.e. without physical
stress), Fl. Earls 116.21 . do mhēt na scissi ┐ in docomail
rafhuilngetair, 12.16 . trī lēige amhāin anacair ┐ docomal in
tslēibhi `the worst and hardest part of the mountain', 90.1 .
80 dócamhuil deágh-oibreacha do dheunamh difficulty in doing,
Donl. 148.y . docamal na hanāla difficulty of breathing, O'Gr.
Cat. 188 . docamal an tseile do slugadh difficulty of swallowing
the spittle
, 23 P 10, 100 . docamhal na sgeatraighi, 24a14 .
docamhal fuail, 31a23 . docamhal an toirrchiusa aga bhreith
85(= mulier quae difficulter parit), 23 K 42, 74.2 . salcur na súl
┐ gach documhal eile bhios orra every other trouble, 337.12 .
signi[gh]id esláinte na mball spiritalta ┐ a ndócamul, 23 A 4,
17.9 . an uair tionnsgnuid na tinnis ┐ na docamhuil, 3 C 19,
279 va 9 .
Note also: derigh an mhis go docamal doineanda the end of
5the month harsh and stormy
, 23 P 10, 22b50 .

do-ceil v(*di-cel-) Indic. pres. 2 s. (?) nad ndichil , Ml. 56c11 .
3 s. doceil, SR 7918 . Corm. Y 209 . 3 pl. docelat, Triads 84.85 .
Pass. s. rel. duceltar, Ml. 111b11 . pl. ni dichliter , Thes. ii
345.9 . Impf. 3 s. do-ceiled, Fing. R. 418 . Subj. pres. 3 s. do-
10[nda]cela, Ériu iii 98 § 10 . Fut. 3 pl. docēlat, RC xxvi 48 § 264 .
Condit. 3 s. cid docēlad , Ériu ii 120 § 59 . ? Perf. 3 s. dosrui-
chelt, Met. Dinds. iii 388 . -derchelt, Fing. R. 369 . ? Pret. 3 s.
docelt, Rawl. 113a4 . Vn. díchleth, díchelt. Verbal of necess.
dichelta, Thes. ii 345.9 .
15Later as simple vb. díchlid, dícheilid.
(a) conceals (with AR of person or thing from whom con-
cealed): trí cáin docelat éitchi three fair things that hide
ugliness
, Triads 84 . connafil ní duceltar erut that is hidden
from Thee
, Ml. 111b11 . cid docelad a mbile . . . ar sūilib
20cāich?, Ériu ii 120 § 59 . ainm do boin inlāig .i. arindi doceil
a llōeg n-inde because it conceals its calf within it, Corm. Y 209 .
ni dichliter a chétla his songs are not hidden, Thes. ii 352.17 .
cia lín slúag dosceil tonn múad mara mind?, SR 7905 . esca
cid dodfeim | tan doceil nach ngesca ṅglan, 7918 . duscel in
25fírindi ar cāch cotanessa truth conceals itself from . . ., ZCP iii
450.21 . marait dianeís a scéla | acht mad dúi nisdichela no
one but a fool will conceal them
, RC xxiii 304 . docēlat lesbaire
nime `they will hide the lamps of heaven', xxvi 48 § 264 (.i.
dichlebait, R). coibsin cáich . . . bad fír-docht dondacela
30 let it be very strictly that he conceals it, Ériu iii 98 § 10 . dichelid
in dearc inna peccaid immdha charity covereth a multitude of
sins
, PH 5903 . in ni gatus nech dib o cheile . . . .i. dichlid cu
hiarraid he conceals it till it is sought for, Laws ii 342.23 Comm.
ben conceil a forcur .i. ben dichlus forcuir n-eicne do thabairt
35fuirri, v 274.10 Comm. o dichlit a feis mbanda, 452.26 Comm.
debide scailti .i. rannaigacht docheil (sic MS.) a cubaid r. that
hides its correspondence
, MacCarthy 138 . cid dia rotdichlis
fhormsa? why hast thou concealed thyself from me?, SG 313.31 .
ráidh rium ná dícheil oram, Misc. Celt. Soc. 74.18 . co
40ndíchlet sede na pecda dorónsat, RC iv 250 § 17 .
(b) denies, refuses: dichlid in ti dobeir ruici n-imdergtha
uirri can a gabail uaithe, Laws v 454.6 Comm. cia diachele-
seo innocht, ní dichela imbárach, Ériu vi 148.41 - 42 .
(c) In follg. exx. perh. in sense covers, hence contains,
45 possesses: i n-arailib innsib olchenai dochél clú ┐ erdarcus,
TTr.² 622 . cenmóthá an-romairb do míledaib calmaib asa
hainm docheil clú ┐ erdarcus, 992 . Cf. docealat mor n-amra
ind airteni | bite for ligiu Marcain, Corm. Y 26 = dochelit,
Thr. Ir. Gl. 2 .
50See díthlid, do-cíallathar.

do-cer xsee do-tuit.

docerrdach n name of a bad quality in a horse; each . . . nib
docearrdach nip leasc, O'C. 1863 ( 23 P 3, 20a ).

doces : ind d. ¤ .i. innsaighes, H. 3.18, 7 .

55 Dócha n.pr. m. Dōcha mac Māgach, TBC² 2108 . Dōchae,
2110 . Dóche mac Magach, TBC 168 . māthair Dōcha, TBC²
2112 . bas Ceit meic Magach ┐ Doiche, Ériu viii 176.8 .
Doichi, Lec. 342b49 .

dócha xsee dóich.

60 dochairt(e) ind= dochraite, q.v. :cia dochairt fil fort-sae a maic
bicc? BColm. 74.13 . tofōir a Ri nime glaiss, | a ndochairte
tatharlais (of death of certain persons), Bruchst. i 41 § 96
( TFrag. 60 ).

dochaithme adj(caithem) imperishable, inexhaustible: innme
65dochaithmhe in dúthchuis, O'Gr. Cat. 475.30 . Of a warrior:
slat dochaithmhe as fearr don fhiodh, 3 C 13, 554.15 . déar
dhochaithmhe díleanda, 513.16 .

dochall xsee dochell.

dochann xsee 2 dochonn.

70 dochanta adj(dochonn) prejudicial: na huili sochar is d. ¤ do neoch
. . . na huili sochar i[s] soc[h]anta do neoch, O'Don. 1620
( H. 5. 15 14b ).

dochar xsee dochor.

docharach xsee dochrach.

75 docharda adj(dochor) miserable: duni trúag d. ¤ dall, SR 2901 .

Dochartach n.pr. o,m. D. ¤ , Rawl. 143b56 . LL 335d1 . BColm.
74.15 . Dochortach, Rawl. 141a48 . gen. Cilline m. Dochar-
taich , Rawl. 127a36 . da mac Dochartaich , 141a49 . m.
Dochartaig , BB 104f2 . m. Dochardaigh , 216f28 . h. Doicher-
80taigh , 185b29 . Diarmait mac Dochartaigh , AU 973 .

? dochasail: n d. ¤ cach finda fiar foltnide iarna chōir dot fholt
` comb ', Aisl. MC 95 .

Dochata n.pr. m. S. Dochata naomh epscop ┐ angcoire, FM
837 = Docutu sanctus episcopus et ancorita Slane, AU 837 .

85 Dochatti n.pr. f. Wortk. 33 . (among virgins subject to Brigid)
D. ¤ i n-Achud Chorcaigi, Lism. L. p. 336 .