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dochríchnaigthe adj(críchnaigid) endless, unending, boundless:
85 dá mbeith sochar an Aifrinn doi-chríochnuighthe, mar nach
bhfuil, Eochairsg. 51.25 . smuainim . . . ar na piantaibh
dochríochnuighthe, Donl. 52.16 . ní mheasaim . . . gurab diol
. . . isna fiachuibh doichriochnaighthe dlighther dhiom, Luc.
Fid. 3.13 . lán . . . do ghloir doichriochnaighthe, 27.10 .

dochríchnaigthech adj o, ā = prec.: tig an easlainte óna cháilibh
5doichrichnaighthecha ┐ gach uile cháil toscaidheach bídh sí
maille re cumscugadh on chorp eslainti cum an chorp (sic) is
nesa do (answer to question as to why disease is communic-
able, but not good health), 24 P 3, 171.3 . na heaslaintidhi . . .
ataid siad dochriochnuighthi ara n-iomad, 3 C 19, 256 ra 22 .
10 fuacht doichrichnuighthi, 244 rb 2 .

dochrud, dochruth xsee dochraid.

docht adjalso dacht (: arracht, SR 2679 . : fortacht, 3677 ). o, ā
close, tight (in various applications) (a) silent, reticent, reserved:
ciarba d. ¤ .i. ciarbo balb, LU 629 (see Arch. i 11 ). d. ¤ .i. tost,
15 O'Dav. 674 . coibsin cáich . . . bad fír-d. ¤ dondacela right
closely shall he conceal it
, Ériu iii 98 § 10 . o chleirchib cridoch-
taib, ACC 30 ( RC xx 170 ) (cf. 2 dochta). bruiden ban nderach
nd. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 96 . nā sgāil rūn . . . airdrīgh | congaib
agut é go d. ¤ , ZCP vi 272 § 8 . fri dīmmus nderg nd. ¤ secret (?),
20 271 § 5 . as d. ¤ mo scél, Prolegomena 47 . a Phátraic is d. ¤ rún,
Oss. iv 2 . ro bo d. ¤ a chride im cleircecht fri cach his heart was
reserved
. . ., RC xx 170 (ACC Comm.). níor chaomhthach d. ¤
he was no uncommunicative companion, Content. i 11 .
a chara . . . nár bhus d. ¤ ná drocht ná diamhair, GJ v 163 .
25? As subst.: ceit-fear bāite in ēg can d. ¤ , Lec. 556a7 .
(b) niggardly, closefisted: d'éis in rí[gh] nar dh. ¤ um ní,
KMMisc. 350.6 . in biadh mán d. ¤ gach duine the food about
which everyone will be niggardly
, SG 28.41 . con fhedain | nar
d. ¤ éri d' aidegaibh who gave not churlish refusal to guests, Hy
30Fiachr. 282.2 . a bheith 'na dh. ¤ ar dhearóil, Ó Bruad. ii 210 .
(c) tight, hence strict, painful, difficult: rodamnad fo digail
doicht, SR 2679 . ciarbo thromm an doire dacht, 3677 . tug
sé ceangal na gcúig gcaol go daor ┐ go d. ¤ ar an dáreág,
KMMisc. 189.1 (mod.). fáisgthear leis barróg . . . go d. ¤ ar
35a mheanmain, TSh. 2328 . go d. ¤ dosgaoilte, PCT 1643 . d'
fhúig sin m' iarsma go d. ¤ in straits (?), Oss. iii 240 . fá chumhdach
dh. ¤ chloch is clárach, Keat. Poems 468 . Compar. and
superl. lámha i ndeabhthaibh ba dhoichte, Keat. Poems 1049 .
ní hé an gol so is doichte bhreoidh me that has oppressed me
40most painfully
, O'Rahilly xiii 49(1911). Subst. as name of a
hound the close-pressing one , Oss. iv 208 .
Compds. ¤ cheist a puzzle, a riddle , Ó Bruad. ii 62 . ¤ goin a
painful wound , 78 .
(d) firm, strong, exact: fria din nd. ¤ , SR 1051 . diamben crann
45crom co d. ¤ dron | frisin cnocc bái ina héton with painful force
against
(?), 2003 . dechair eter olcc is maith | rotbia co d. ¤ ond
ardfhlaith, 1256 . atchíu chóiciur ndindgna nd. ¤ , Met. Dinds.
iii 110 . indisimm co réid rod. ¤ very precisely, MacCarthy
46.10 . do thangas-sa anuas (viz. from horseback) go lán-d. ¤
50 with full force (?), Oss. iv 278 .
Of the sky heavy, lowering (?): is d. ¤ na datha dorad ar
spéiribh, Ó Bruad. i 54 .

1 dochta n(-tae) iā, f. (docht) closeness, tightness; reserve,
reticence; niggardliness, penury: bethu brónach, bithtoirsech
55ítu, dochtai iar setaib (of hell), SR 8358 . dias naomhdha gan
d. ¤ nedráin | Mochta ┐ Becán, SG 35.2 . trí glais foríadat
rúine: náire, túa, d. ¤ shame, silence, and secrecy, Triads 203
(.i. éistecht, p. 41 ). ní locht do chlérchib sechtae | dá trían
crábaid a dochtae (toc[h]ta, v.l.) two-thirds of piety is its
60silence
, Ériu iii 104 § 38 . doichell is d. ¤ . . . immon ní is leamm
fodén grudging and stinginess . . ., LB 218b59 ( Aisl. MC 95.3 ).
nirbo d. ¤ do Mochta . . . trí cét sacart dá cét espoc maille fris
M. was in no straits, Fél. 188.5 . (of alms) dosbera hi fīrdochtai
do cach ōen ar n-ūair in strict secrecy, Arch. iii 319 § 73 . mo
65chás i ndoichte ar bith níl my affairs are in no straitened way,
Ó Bruad. iii 94 . d. ¤ do neoc[h] dāles dāil | facbas dāil n-éco fri
lāimh it is a poor thing (?), Fianaig. 10.5 . ? (of tribe land): ni
fuith muna fuasdar .i. im claidi ┐ doichte as regards fences
and narrowing in
(i.e. enclosing?), Laws v 462.8 Comm.
70Common in chevilles: slicht cen d. ¤ , SR 725 . reim cen d. ¤ ,
6687 . clú cen d. ¤ , Todd Nenn. 230.70 . bríg cen d. ¤ a meaning
easy to come at
, Ériu iv 140.26 . fáth cen d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 20 .
As n.pr. m. mac D. ¤ m. Cuangusa, BB 191b9 .

2 dochta: ind d. ¤ .i. teagaisgthe, O'Cl. , perh. simply from ACC 30
75(see docht).

3 dochta ind= docht: cradh (= crodh) a dhuaine nir dhochda
the reward for his poem was not niggardly, Misc. Celt. Soc.
148.35 .

? 1 dochtaid: ind ri roreraig . . . cóic bliadna déc d. ¤ dul | do
80forcraid fora saegul, SR 7239 .

2 dochtaid v(docht) silences, checks, restrains: ní fócair nech a
llá dochtair no one proclaims the day he is restrained, O'Dav.
674 . Ainmere . . . | rondacht cen dergnus dál de | Fergus mac
náir Neilline, LL 132b26 . dochta[i]m `I strain, tighten,
85straighten
', P.O'C.
? Vn. clumad .i. doch[t]ad , O'Mulc. 282 .