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dochor nLater dochar, dochur, o,m. (cor) I Disadvantage, hurt,
loss, injury, misery . Often in opposition to sochor: dogníu
sochor cach thrúaig, dogníu d. ¤ cach thriúin, IT i 325.13 . file
nach dron dechraighfes sochur, dochur, dílmaine drēcht cech
70tīre thic, ZCP iv 237.22 . gér mhór na sochair iad sin fa mhó
na duaidh ┐ na dochair do bí ar Fionn, SG 258.9 . ni lughuide
uís moran dochair orra . . . oir bi tinnius ionnta fen, 3 C 19,
112 vb 10 . slicht Itha fhuilngeas dochar, | dóibh as córa
cathughadh, Misc. Celt. Soc. 354.21 . méid na ndochar
75fuaramar the greatness of our misfortunes, AU iv 146 . nochor
ba ghníom dochair dorochair oc Laignib, SG 375.40 . tuctha
iatsom fo dochar ┐ dóire, LB 131b35 . da breth . . . leo i
ndairi ┐ i ndochur, TTebe 2154 . dofhuabair dochar do chur
for a mhnái to injure his wife, Ériu iii 168.3 . gach dochar ┐
80gach díth dár himreadh leat every harm and destruction,
Death-tales 42.5 . is a himut taeb as dochar he it is injurious
in many respects
, ZCP i 258 § 24 . celmaine dochuir do beith
an omen of evil to him, 370 § 68. (legal maxim) dofúaslaic
fír cech ndochar truth solves every difficulty, Tec. Corm. 56 n.
8534 . fuair mor do dhuad ┐ do dochar, TTebe 27 . go ndochar
cengail ┐ cuibrighthe fair severely bound and fettered, FM iii
646.3 . síordhaidheacht na sar-dhochar . . . do bheith ann
(viz. in hell), TSh. 6573 . ré dochar do dhéanamh (= ad
nocendum), 7534 . cliath a gcosnaimh ar dhochar a námhad,
Keat. Poems 464 . mo dhochar cléibhse my anguish of heart,
5 O'Gr. Cat. 582.33 . do dhochar dhub nach dechaid | greim do
bhiadh bhó ina mballaib owing to black misery, 439.14 =
dhóchais, TD 44.2 . bean do ní mo dhochor woman who causes
my misery
, Gadelica 242.105 . ní tharraidh Sésair mar soin |
don Eoraip fiach a dhochair the payment of his trouble (?),
10 3 C 12, 241.8 . rugass gan dochar saegalta I gave birth without
human pain
, Fl. Earls 116.20 . níor léig Día dhó dochar do
dhéanamh dhamh, Gen. xxxi 7 . do mharbhus duine óg chum
mo dhochair féin I have slain a young man to my hurt, iv 23 .
Note also: rí nar chuir dochar ar dhuais `the king who
15grudged not a gift
', A. Ó Dálaigh v 5 . ní tráth cóir dá ndiultadh
dhamh | ní dhiultabh dhóibh tréd dhochar (`owing to your
churlishness
'), Content. viii 14 .
II In Laws unfair or disadvantageous contract (see Féil. Mhic
Néill 158 ): cis lir chuir dochuisin? Nī. A do: sochar ┐ docor,
20 Laws iii 4.6 (docor .i. diubarta, Comm.). dochar ar a findathar
gaith dogniat, randtair an diupairt i nde, 6.24 . astad caich
ina sochur ┐ ina dochur, 14.2 . imfuich (he impugns) cach
ndochur . . . nimfuich cach sochur, 56.20 . co ber breith for
dochuru ?, O'Don. 1552 ( H. 5. 15 1a ). fordo-tuigithur docoruib
25 who burdens it with unfavourable contracts (of land), ZCP xiv
373 . is dlighthighe do neoch cor ceilsine ná gach cor ┐ ní
cóir d. ¤ do ghairm dhe, O'Gr. Cat. 98 .
Note also: araile dochur roboí ó Loígairib ar ind eclais
` tribute ', Misc. Arch. Soc. 142.3 . ? molt feissi cet-dochuir,
30 O'C. 880 ( H. 3.18 394a ). ? is damnughadh do féin itheas ┐
ibheas gan dochar do chorp an Tighearna, Eochairsg. 74.17
(= non dijudicans corpus Domini, 1 Cor. xi 29 ). Cf. dechor.

dochoscrach adj o, ā (coscar) invincible: Síoda d. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 70.4 .

dochrach adj o, ā (dochor) disadvantageous, hurtful, uncomfortable,
35 difficult: ní sceoil dochracha a derbad, Hy Maine 116b . ria
ndílind dochraig, LL 136b29 . ná déin an uaig go d. ¤ make not
the grave narrow
, IT ii2 147.637 . gurab d. ¤ dona droch-
dhaoinibh it is hurtful to wicked people, TSh. 5794 . do leig
uaid go d. ¤ dian-nocht . . . sin naked and in dire plight, Eo-
40chairsg. 87.30 . Dealbhna Nuadhat neamhdhochruigh D. of
harmless N.
, Keat. ii 4622 . do bu d. ¤ in t-idirdhealughadh
difficult, 3 C 19, 55 vb 35 . rodh. ¤ deacrach a leighius so painful
and difficult is its cure
, 31 rb 41 . bid drong ann . . . da ufaicid
ni d. ¤ egin . . . sgeighid a gcedoir, 162 va 20 . is ro-dh. ¤ an
45eslainti so noxious, dangerous , 212 ra 18 .
In legal sense making unfavourable contract(s): cach
docoraig a doairle, O'C. 2394 ( Eg. 88, 30 (31)d ). mad dochorach
síum fein, ni tegaid fo dochora neich aile, 2456 (37 (38)b).

dochracht n ā, f. (dochor) hardship: (of vermin) mad o chúisibh
50forimileacha theguid foillsighid bochtaine no d. ¤ na betha,
3 C 19, 60 rb 11 .

? dochrae: ind ba hoin fri slog sírd. ¤ , ZCP ix 488.14 (= sirdochre,
Anecd. v 29.9 , sirdochrui, ib. Eg.).

dochraid adj i. O.Ir. dochrud, -chruth u. (do + cruth). Used
55primarily of appearance unshapely, unsightly, ugly; applied
to conditions and to moral actions or qualities, unseemly,
indecorous, degrading (referring strictly to impression pro-
duced on an observer): dochrud gl. indecor, Sg. 65a12 . is
dochruth comirsire na desse unseemly, Wb. 13a6 ; 10b16 . g s f.
60 inna aisndísen dochuirde (leg. dochruidi?) cacophony , Sg.
203a4 . pl. doc[h]raidi gl. indecora, Ml. 68d2 . Adv. in dochrud
gl. deformiter, 122c10 . in docrig (id.), Enchir. Aug. 83b
( ZCP vii 484 ). Of appearance: sé docraid adétig, FB § 37 .
ba docraid a ecosc (deformis esse . . . videretur), Lat. Lives 88 .
65 ba d. ¤ ó gnuis, RC ii 392 . ben dub dúabais d. ¤ , BDD § 38 . dá
brói dubai dochraide léa, LL 401a22 . dochruth lee a delb,
Lism. L. p. 325 . d. ¤ cach dona the unlucky person passes for
ill-favoured
, Tec. Corm. § 13.22 . d. ¤ cach daer, Arch. iii 229 .
bid in peccthach suairc sochraid, | bíd in fírian fird. ¤ , LB 226
70 marg. inf. comaittreb salach dhocraid, PH 4331 . a Ifrind
robrén rodochraidh, YBL 151b31 . i gcaidreabh . . . piast
ndochraidh, TSh. 1109 .
Of manner, condition, morals, etc.: ba d. ¤ nochaitis in bec
bíd . . . ní bíd mías ná clár occu nā fuine, LB 155b52 . ni
75biamm indus ṅd. ¤ we live in no unseemly way, Alex. 858 = i
ndeis docruth, BB 498a34 . co mba d. ¤ leo a cuirp cen fial
impu, MacCarthy 56 . fri denam cuil rodochraidh (of fornication),
Anecd. ii 14 . adarta dochraite in etraid ┐ in adaltrais,
PH 4945 . a mogada dochraidhe base, vile , CCath. 3564 .
80 briathra docraidhe ┐ taithairecha d'eisdeacht, Lib. Flav. i
21 va 5 . an ghéag gan ghuth nd. ¤ , Ó Bruad. ii 112.27 . d. ¤ fia[d]
dóinib in bás sin shameful, ignominious (of crucifixion), PH
2378 . foghebha bás dochrudh, ZCP i 262 § 30 . ruccsat a
ceann ┐ a chorp go dochraidh go hÁth C. ignominiously, FM
85 iii 4 . do chengail R. iat co dochraidh, RC xix 368 . gurab í
is doichte ┐ is dochraide chaenglas é it is the body (colainn)
which binds him most tightly, ignominiously, TSh. 7531 . ball
d. ¤ an `uncomely' member (cf. 1 Cor. xii 23 ), one of the ignoble
organs of the body
, in med. treatises opposed to ball uasal
(spiridálta), such as heart, brain, etc.: a mbald fuar doch-
5raidh, 3 C 19, 272 va 21 . As subst. that which is unseemly,
shameful: in loc dia mbu thabarthi ermitiu feid . . . dognitis
cech ndochrad (sic MS.) and, Ml. 22a4 . tresin dochrad-sa fris
unseemly behaviour towards him, Mon. Tall. § 36 . duairc les
d. ¤ a cuirp gil (of Adam and Eve), SR 1355 . Unhappy, in sad
10 plight (?): ón uair dorochair in rí, | Gaidil Cruithnig dochraidi
(`im Nachteil'), Festschr. Stokes 5.3 (but see dochraide).
dochraidh .i. drúis ut est dochraidh an chuirp, O'C. 1365 (H.
3.18, 624). dochraith .i. druis, O'Cl. ; dochraith lust, con-
cupiscence , P. O'C. ; prob. an inference from use of word
15applied to sins of the flesh.