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dochétfadach adj(cétbuid) senseless (?), spiritless (?): doc[h]ēt-
fadach cech dona, Arch. iii 228.88 .

do-chí xsee ad-cí.

dochíallach adj(cíall) obscure (of meaning): can briathar dorcha
5na dhociallach do radha reisin oidi faisidi acht raed tuicfeas
se go glan, Lib. Flav. i 21 vb 4 fr. foot.

Dochinaeth n.pr. m. gen., BB 94a47 .

Dochinne n.pr. m. D. ¤ Daire Bruchaisi d' écc, FM 688 . obitus
Docinni Daire Murchaise (sic leg.), AU 688 .

10 dochla adj io,iā (do + clú) inglorious; infamous, vile: ferais ēcht
nd. ¤ ndobail | guin Fiachach mic Conchobair, TBC² 2068 =
ndochlae, MU² 938 . bid docla ┐ bid doma mad foraib maides,
BB 429a42 . ni drend d. ¤ no inglorious onset, Arch. Hib. ii 72
§ 29 . ni sáis daíne dochla díchumaing thou shalt not attack
15insignificant, helpless people
, LU 3472 ( SC 25 ). ? As n.pr. m.
H. Dochlu , Rawl. 126b47 .

dochlaéchluigthe adj(claéchlaigid) immovable, unchangeable: o
Dhia ata doclaechluigti ann fein, 24 B 3, 118.32 . go doclaech-
loite, O'Gr. Cat. 295.29 .

20 dochlatu n t,m. (dochla) disrepute, infamy: trí seithir dochlatad
.i. laxa, díbe, prapchaillte, Triads 212 . dochlatad .i. mio-
chluid, p. 42 .

dochle n iā, f. (dochell) churlishness, niggardliness: óes doichli
┐ diúltada, FA § 27 (LB). tuc corra diultada ┐ doichle úad for
25a thech, LL 117a42 . tech n-áoighedh d'feraibh Erenn gan
diúltadh gan táom doichle without a particle of niggardliness,
ZCP i 62 § 33 . cen fír doichle ina hétan, Aisl. MC 97.8 . fri aes
lenas doichle daille, Arch. iii 294 § 6 .

dochlech adj o,ā (dochle) grudging, inhospitable, niggardly:
30 díbhach .i. doichleach, Triads p. 38 . ni dichet tegde doi-
chlech, Thes. ii 292.19 . nírbat díscir doichlech, SC § 25 . duine
doichlech imm a phroind, Arch. iii 221.24 . mairg do duine . . .
bīa co drochētaid doichlech, 221.19 . ni ba liaide ór na each |
ag duine da madh doichleach, 3 C 12, 34.16 . ní móide is
35doichlioch Donn Cuan | droichtheach 'ga shluagh nó long lán,
Keat. iii 547 . Daigri doichlech, Rawl. 160a46 . Compar.
Atherne Ailgessach . . . is e is doichlechu roboi i nhErinn,
LL 117a40 . ni raibe a nErind duine ba doichlighi ┐ bú
drochenigh, BCC 138 .

40 dochloíte adj(cloïd) invincible, impregnable: dobatar múir doclaiti
na timcheall, Lism. 96 va 11 . daingen doclaeiti fri frestal an
cathaidi , Grail 2242 .

? dochluiche adj(cluiche): fer dubh docluiche ` evil-jesting ', ZCP
i 464.z .

45 1 dochma n(do + cuma) incapacity, defect, inability, feebleness;
scarcity: d. ¤ .i. neamchumachta, O'Cl. is d. ¤ don menmain
doenaigid dona haircride in oenfecht ┐ na mathiusa suthaine
(= non valet . . .), RC ii 384 § 5 . tuige druimnech gan d. ¤ ,
SG 111.29 . masa re deithbirius d. ¤ atait (of horses) if they are
50(ridden) through unavoidable necessity
, Laws iii 262.24 (2
dochma
?). do ecaib d. ¤ ┐ gorta, O'C. 891 ( H. 3.18 397b ). ni
léicenn d. ¤ nó daidbres no muirigin dó dol san ailitri, SG 48.28 .
in tráth ticed d. ¤ shelga don fhéinn scarcity of game, 104.x. d. ¤
mór famine , BNnÉ 40.1 . saoir-fhear sochma gan d. ¤ , Keat.
55Poems 525 .

2 dochma adj(cf. prec.) feeble, wretched: aoinben go doim d. ¤ ,
Duan. Finn i 86.2 . an admann tu nach roibhi beatha d. ¤ ort
oc fodhnumh do Dia, Lib. Flav. i 22 vb 7 . doichme .i. do-
chumtha, O'Cl.

60 dochmatu n[t,m.] (dochma) scarcity: dochmata mór isin
mbliadhainsi, FM v 1492 . cealla Thire-hEogain . . . do
fholmhughudh tria chocadh ┐ tria dochmataid, AU 1179
(ii 194) = FM iii 48 .

dochnách n(do + conách) poverty, ill luck, ill fortune, mis-
65fortune: donus ┐ d. ¤ forra abus, Fen. 232.25 . tráothaid a rath
is a conách | téid gach maith ar dochnach uaidh, BNnÉ
148.32 . nā tabair do conach ar mo dochnach-sa do not
exchange thy good fortune for my ill-luck
, ZCP xiii 225.11 . maín
omain ┐ dochnaich (no docraite suprascr.), BB 491b3 . ní
70bhíu-sa ag ceilt mo dhochnáidh (sic leg.?), Buile S. 132. 10
(see Hermathena xlviii 146 ). Attrib. g s.: in fer dochnaigh
atchi-si .i. Lucifer the unfortunate man, Aisl. Tund. 110.6 .
doman dochnaith dō, Fen. 240.11 . Tadhg do marbadh do
shersenach dochnaith do muinntir a brathar fein ` ill-
75mannered ', AU 1269 (ii 342) . See dochonách.

dochned xsee deichned.

dochnesaigthe adj(cnesaigid) slow to heal: pudar gairleoigi . . .
do cur isna cennaibh salcha docnesaigh[th]i (dochneasaighthe,
23 K 42, 353.21 ) ┐ cnesaighe iat, C iv 2, 37 vb 17 .

80 ? docho: ind d. ¤ interpretatur puto , Corm. Y 463 . doich a verbo
docho puto , H. 2.16, col. 100 . Cf. dóich.

dochoimét n(coimét): fo bith a ndocoimeta ar conaib because
of the difficulty of protecting them from dogs
, O'C. 815 ( H. 3.18 ( H. 3.18,
376a ).

85 dochoimmesta adj(coimmes) incomparable: lán do theas
dochoimmeasta (of hell), TSh. 6445 .