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dochtar xsee dochtúir.

dochtúir nearlier doctúir i,m. (Lat. or Romance loan-word)
learned man, teacher, professor; physician, doctor (in med.
texts): doctúir gl. doctor, Ir. Gl. 1082 . d. ¤ , Laud 610, 23a1 . ro
5ba doctúir ar aoí ffoghlama, FM v 1856 . S. Thomás an doctúir
ainglidhe the Angelic Doctor, TSh. 2988 . in tí Pól .i. doctúir
na gcinedhach the teacher of the Gentiles, Fl. Earls 210.2 . do
réir shompla an chéaddoctura dobhí ar an oileán (of Colum
Cille), Keat. iii 1337 . a Isa, a dh. ¤ na Soisgeulaidhedh teacher
10of the Evangelists
, Parrth. Anma 286.9 . is o d. ¤ maith fuair
Serapim an denamh so, 23 F 19, 19 rb 51 . na doctúraig `the
learned
', PH 7414 . uile doctūiridhe ┐ fisice na cathrach, Fl.
Earls 144.12 . aderaid na dochtuire, 23 P 10, 32a2 . na docture,
21a62 . is don tart sin labraid na dochtuireadha, 159a13 . co
15pálás na n-easpug ┐ na ndochtúire, H. 2.17, 101a . asn[a]
raitibh na ndochturedh, 23 P 10, 44a42 . idir dhoctúiribh
eagnaidhe na heagailse, TSh. 5005 . contrardhacht an da d. ¤
(i.e. Avicenna and Isaac), 23 P 10, 46a62 . Note also: dá
dhochtar dhéag (: fholcadh), DDána 34.14 .
20In title: adubairt d. ¤ Disches, 23 P 10, 13b10 .

dochtus ind= Lat. doctus: `d. ¤ ' forcthi cach rechta, ACC 27
Comm. (RC xx).

Dochu n.pr. m. gen. ingen D. ¤ , LL 370b22 .

dóchu xsee dóich.

25 Dochuae n.pr. m. Duchuae Lochrae abb Fernann, AU 653 .
mors Flainn hui D. ¤ , 770 .

dochúaid xsee ad-fét, téit.

Dochúalén n.pr. m. D. ¤ m. Guaire, LL 347e6 . Rawl. 89b2 .

dochúartaigthe adj(cúartaigid) inscrutable: saidhbhreas do-
30chuartuighthe Chríosd, Ephes. iii 8 .

dochuirde xsee dochraid.

dochum prep. governing gen. and nasalizing to, towards . In
origin proclitic form of tochim. See Thurn. Gramm. § 858 .
Condemned in IGT Introd. § 131 : dochuirfeadh `d. ¤ ' focal
35a ccruth táoibhréime damadh cóir é `d. ¤ ' would be followed by
the genitive if it were correct (to use it
). See also TSh. p. xiv .
When used in verse counts as stressed word, : cochall, IGT
Introd. § 131 (`lochdach'). : tofunn, ZCP vi 260 § 12 . : do-
chunn. SG 84.21 .
40Earliest usage: a d. ¤ to him, Ml. 46d2 . for ndochumsi to you,
53d9 . d. ¤ ṅDée, Wb. 10a22 . Later with added prep., most
commonly when governing a personal pronoun. With I: ina
d. ¤ , FB § 37 . innar n-d. ¤ , IT i 310.12 . i nd. ¤ nÁdaim, SR 2106 .
With DO: dom d. ¤ , ZCP vi 260 . dia d. ¤ , IT i 126.8 . With
45pleonastic poss. a d. ¤ nÉua, SR 1156 . a dóchum na Sabrainde,
Aisl. MC 25.13 .
In later lang. chum, chun, chuin, SG 28.39 .
Mid. Ir. usually without nasalization. Cf. d. ¤ dǽ, Ml. 111c3 .
Note also: dochumm Shilvestair, PH 284 . d. ¤ chumsanta,
50 1158 . dochumm thalman, 1198 .
I Expressing motion. (a) to, towards (a destination, whether
place or person): ni fil taidchur do d. ¤ in choirp sin, Wb. 3a14 .
is illánamnas dorograd d. ¤ ṅDée, 10a22 . a thabarte d. ¤ n-irisse,
11b22 . dochoid . . . d. ¤ Pōil for longis, 31d19 . dobertis da boc
55leu d. ¤ tempuil, Tur. 110c . tuidech[t] doib d. ¤ a tire, Ml. 104c5 .
dotet (viz. the endurance of suffering) d. ¤ ind folaid tanaidi
inna anmae, 22d9 . saichdetu d. ¤ luic, Sg. 214b1 . ní dechuid
dochom forcinn it has not gone to the end, 148b3 . is malle
connucabsat d. ¤ nIsu together they rose to, Hy. ii 66 . d. ¤ feda
60conselai it went to the wood, v 62 . co tarla Brigit d. ¤ na cille,
Thes. ii 337.39 . arnā tēised nech d. ¤ nEamna, TBC² 595 .
dothiagad a nd. ¤ , 632 . ass ná téig d. ¤ n-Adaim, SR 1152 .
rolingiuth . . . dochumm a beoil, IT i 139.17 . rucad d. ¤ rīchid,
FA 3 . slechtais d. ¤ láir he bowed himself to the ground, Mon.
65Tall. § 7 . do thecht . . . dochumm n-iffirn, PH 3664 . ro-
fresgabsat . . . d. ¤ nime, 1933 . ro-shín popul na n-Iudaide
al-lama dochumm nime, 6658 . roaitherraigh asin leabaidh
sin d. ¤ ionaidh ele, Buile S. 22.z . dorad andara hurchar . . . d. ¤
an chlérigh, 10.23 . rob áil damh dol d. ¤ tigerna eile, 104.27 .
70 dia cásc doshaighedh docum Sleibte, ZCP viii 106.y . abrad
fris . . . co nā tardad gráin na hirfhuath leis ina d. ¤ not to come
to him in a form inspiring awe or horror
, Arch. iii 5.9 . táinic
díghaltas ó Dhia d. ¤ an ríg, SG 6.38 . nochtait a cridedha d. ¤
Dia, 38.21 . co tarrla druim tar ais d. ¤ in tsrotha he went head
75over heels into the stream
, RC vi 177.109 . drong do ridirib do
techt cum Maic Murcudha, xviii 277.6 . rogairm Hisu . . .
docum (do- above line) Philait, YBL 141b33 . atchonnairc go
ndechaigh in rí chum cotulta, LB 278az . dochuir Sé fúa[s]gladh
chum a dhaoine (= redemptionem misit populo suo), Ps. cxi 9 .
80 dorad cuiredh dōip chom a medhōin láoi an invitation to
dinner
, Fl. Earls 42.16 . With follg. rel.: tanic . . . dochumm
ar-roibe d'iresechaib, PH 223 . risna dóeinib docum a ticit na
teadma sin to whom these plagues come, RC xxiv 379.5 . an
Chruinne (= Corunna) . . . chom ar thriallsat ó thūs, Fl.
85Earls 12.15 . an chríoch dheigheanach d. ¤ a bfhoilmíd uile ag
tairreang, O'Hussey TC 47 . With vb. of motion understood:
fo chosmailius cethrae d. ¤ báis after the fashion of a beast
(going) to its death
, Ml. 69b3 . codla cimedha amail nobiadh d. ¤
báis approaching his death, SG 47.2 . findnél na cailce d. ¤ inna
nél rising towards the clouds, RC xiii 456.20 . conacci a d. ¤ in
5fer isin charput, Im. Brain § 32 . con-accai . . . in n-aenmnái
. . . ina d. ¤ , TBC 203 . mairg nosleanand co bas nach fedand
iarsin docum nimhe, YBL 168a32 .
(b) In more abstract senses: fedir . . . a ndíriduigthe d. ¤
nacha rainne aile the derivative tends to become another part of
10speech
, Sg. 188a12 . co nach roich cin indile (sic leg.) chaich d. ¤
a cheile that one may not be liable for damage done by the cattle
of the other
, Laws iv 68.z Comm. mic na mban taighe, cé
no-gabtha a oen no dedhe dībh do cum na fine though one or
two of them may have been received into the tribe
, 294.5 Comm.
15 is é in fégad sin rotcuir Petar d. ¤ aithrigi, PH 3194 . dothogsat
é d. ¤ espocóiti, SG 52.39 . doléicetar a n-aithgne d. ¤ a chéile
they disclosed themselves to each other, SG 274 . táinig d. ¤ críche
came to pass, O'Hussey TC 55.7 . a mhed do dáinib docuire-
buir-se docum bais put to death, BCC § 179 . gor cuiredh B.
20. . . chom bāiss, Fl. Earls 60.3 .
Of poems, letters, greetings, etc.: Slán an Chaomhánaigh
d. ¤ an athar U. (title of poem), O'Gr. Cat. 665 . betha ┐ sláinti
andso ó O nDomhnaill d. ¤ a thigerna, 57 .
II Expressing purpose in order to, with a view to (often with
25follg. vn.): nad mbíad buiden día chinél dochum ndála . . . la
hUltu, Trip.² 2656 . do ghabatar a nduana . . . dona lae-
chradaib d. ¤ a gcoiscthe, SG 341.2 . seindit . . . cruiti . . . cum
aimsighti forro to tempt them, ZCP i 256 § 20 . comar .i. d. ¤
treabtha, Triads p. 39 gl. 125 . becán do chraibech ferna do
30cur docum teinedh cuige to make a fire, BCC § 182 . ca méd
maireas don fheinn d. ¤ an morchatha, CF 583 . dobhattar ag
ulmuccadh d. ¤ an láoi sin, BNnÉ 57 § 64 . adermaid d. ¤ an
derbaid sin for the purpose of that proof, O'Gr. Cat. 247 . cona
n-uile ionnstrumint dlesdanach d. ¤ uird ┐ aifrenn, Rel. Celt.
35 ii 160 . d. ¤ chelcce roinnill an Seinesccal . . . an choinne, FM v
1710 . fá dtagraim ní triall chum táir it is not with intent to
revile
, Content. xi 15 . (of the teeth) doníd sochur d. ¤ na hurlabhra,
3 C 19, 112 vb 7 . sē laithe sonnradhacha chom deirce
gacha bliadhna, Fl. Earls 100.3 . [ata] canosāsion chom a
40dhēnta go hobonn . . . air his canonization is to take place
speedily
, 98.2 . Note also: do siredar dias allmurach d. ¤ gach
fir acu for each of them, CF 165 .
Often in phr. completing sense of a noun or adj.: comullam
d. ¤ elōid, Celt. Rev. iv 206.5 . bim ullumh com uilc ┐ righin
45cum gach maithiusa, Lib. Flav. 21 vb 16 . leasc cum na
ndeadh-oibrigthi, 9 . dobhádar umhal chum a dhíola willing
to pay it
, Maguires of F. § 53 . nír díngbála sinn d. ¤ a chaithme
worthy to eat it, SG 43.z . an tadbur docamhlach docum a
iondarbtha the matter difficult to expel, 3 C 22, 190b14 . gan
50chead sbeisialta do bheith aige d. ¤ a léaghtha without special
permission to read it
, O'Hussey TC 135.12 . créad dobh'
ádhbhar dhó chum na heasumhlachta what reason he had for
revolting
, Maguires of F. § 50 .
Folld. by vn. clause: gion gurab diongmála meisi d. ¤ tusa do
55sásadh, BNnÉ 57 § 64 . dotochuil an carnn . . . d. ¤ ainm
tigearna do gairm de féin, Ms. Mat. 542.21 . cuidiucchadh na
ccroinicighe d. ¤ leabhair Annaladh do scríobhadh, 543.z . bíd
[na hingne] . . . d. ¤ dhighi d'ól eistib, Maund. 238 . lá cinnte
acu d. ¤ báis d'imirt ort, SG 338.16 . ní . . . do chruthaghadh d. ¤
60a rádh go mbiadh . . ., O'Hussey TC 50.13 . Folld. by clause
with finite vb.: docum co ndernadh se fén manuch dhe so that
he himself might make him a monk
, BCC § 161 . cuirid d. ¤ sets
about: sul do chuir sé (i.e. Alexander) d. ¤ an domuin do ghabail
before he set himself to conquer, ZCP ii 16.19 . rogabsat . . . ag
65cur d. ¤ an bhaile do ghabhail, FM v 1846 .
After nouns and vbs. having the meaning inciting, inducing,
compelling: an t-áos ealadhna do bhrosdadh d. ¤ a ionnsamhla
so do dhéunamh, RC iv 352 . do ghluais sinn d. ¤ patrúin do
dhéunamh dháoibh induced us to . . ., ib. do gríosadh mise d. ¤
70na staire seo do scríobhadh, Keat. i 76 . an greasacht thucais
ar mo mac d. ¤ ann allmuraigh, CF 634 . a gcur d. ¤ cora do
ghenamh re M. to compel them to make peace with M., O'Gr.
Cat. 150.11 . si cogatur accipere evomit .i. da gcoimeignighthear
é d. ¤ a ghabhala sgeithidh, 23 K 42, 309.10 . appetitus nause-
75andi .i. saint d. ¤ urlaichthe, 19 .