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80 1 do-ella v(*di-ell-, Ped. ii 510 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. doella, LU
4896 = TBC² 410 . Impf. 3 s. ní dilled , Ench. Aug. 76a ( ZCP
vii 482 ). Subj. pres. 3 s. do-n-ella, Sg. 114a4 . ní dhella , BR 192 .
1 pl. nad ndillem-ni , Ml. 106c4 . (with -ro-) -derellat, O'C. 477
( H. 3. 18, 248 ). Impf. 3 s. du-n-ellad, Ml. 83b6 . 3 pl. du-n-eltis,
85 78d6 . da-eltais, Sg. 75b3 . Fut. 3 s. diellfa, Rawl. 125b21 .
Pret. and perf. 3 s. dureill, Ml. 54d8 . doréll, Trip.² 478 . 3 pl.
doellsit, IT iii 240.169 . doelsat, i 74.2 . dorellsat, Ml. 36c22 ,
cf. 105b18 . direllsat, BCr. 37c2 . Pass. pres. s. do-n-elltar,
Sg. 148b9 . pl. doellatar, ib. Subj. pres. pl. ma duellatar , Sg.
4b1 . Impf. pl. ma duelltis , Sg. 4b4 .
5 Vbl. of necess. dillithi, Ml. 29d6 . Vn. díall. See also díallaid.
IGT Verbs § 80 .
I As intrans. vb. (a) turns aside, deviates, bends: gl. deviare,
Ml. 29d6 , 36c22 , 78d6 ; BCr. 37c2 ; Ench. Aug. 76a ; diversari,
Ml. 54d8 , 83b6 . Cf. tabraid lamdia chucaib . . . ┐ dellaid fria
10die Noe, Lec. 543a42 = delligh, Leb. Gab. 10 . dellid fris an
Coimdhe, ib. (cf. deiligidir?).
(b) Esp. in moral sense goes astray, errs, degenerates: adro-
part Noe . . . edpart . . . don Comdid | fri fégad cach druing
dorhell, SR 2619 . mairg toichles in dagḟorcetul ┐ doeall i
15saeibe, LB 12 marg. inf. inda sacairt doellad priests who go
astray
, Mon. Tall. 134 . ? ni ellastar cloénchleir; doellar fo
inmuilg `who turned aside under instruction', ACC 95 ( RC xx
272 ). gabhaid tuaristal ó thellach ná fill ┐ ná dell a Dia
which has not . . . turned away from God, BR 110 . imsoa ria
20Teamhair-mhuigh, ní dhella do bhráthairsi `he shall not
abandon it to his relations
' (shall not swerve from, forsake?),
BR 192 = nit-fella for brathairsi, LL 385b22 . doellsit iarum
gumtar dā hsiabur they changed (i.e. for the worse) and
became
, IT iii 240 .
25(c) do-ella for (with vn.) turns to, takes to (usually in bad
sense): doréll for écnuch na Trínóti, Trip.² 478 = doraell,
Arch. iii 14 § 28 , cf. Lat. Lives 6 . forellsid inn ēcis for mianuib
decmuici ar dāig enich Guairi do brith began to make exorbitant
demands
, Arch. iii 3 . uair roscáich dóib fiadach in tṡlébe,
30doelsat for cethra fer nAlban do thabairt chucu, IT i 74 (do-
rellsat, Eg.).
(d) doella for turns on, assails: doellasom forsin macraid
sechnon in taigi, TBC² 410 . dofell ar cóerchu na bantreb-
thaigi, Death-tales 28 . o na fuair a daithin doḟeall ara oidi,
35 Dinds. 148 = imsói fria haiti, LL 168b41 .
Note also: rotaisced a cuid proinne . . . ┐ doréll for cruime
it turned to worms (became worm-eaten), Fél. p. 92 , cf. BNnÉ
300 .
(e) doella fri takes after, resembles: Eochaid Mogmedon . . .
40a bhruinne frisin rí[g] rodell, a mhedhon frisin mogh, Cóir
Anm. 117 . nír deall re[a] ré sái ris-sin no sage of his time was
like him
, Ériu iv 224 .
II Trans. (a) turns aside, deflects: gó ┐ peccad na ndaene
dorelsat a nert ┐ a mbrigh asin talmain, Arch. ii 136 . rathrian
45cach múir . . . | . . . radiall secharaile separated the three sections
of the wall
, SR 428 . (b) Esp. as gramm. term declines; gl.
declinare, Sg. 114a4 . in chruth do-n-elltar `mús', is samlaid
doellatar monosyllabae , 109a4 , cf. 148b9 etc.

2 do-ella xsee 1 do-alla.

50 3 do-ella xsee 2 do-alla.

doellach, -ag xsee 2 tellach.

1 do-ellai(n)g v(*to-in-long-, cf. Ped. ii 570 ) puts into, makes
entry. Ipv. 2 s. tellaing .i. teillgi-si ní inntib amuigh, O'Dav.
802 . eisimh, teisimh, eallaing, teallaincc sruth, Ériu xiii 37 .
55 teallaing, 39 . manid be [cert] tellaig . . . fo cetoir, O'C. 851
( H. 3.18 386a ). Indic. pres. 3 s. uair doellaidh in trede i
nellach in cetharda ┐ ni tuillidh in cetharda in ellach in
treide, O'C. 1665 ( 23 P 6, 23b ) = do-ella . . . ni tuilled , 1811
(44b). Subj. pres. 2 s. muna be feineachas tellais iar suidiu
60`thou mayest take possession' (Plummer MS. notes), Laws iv
18.22 , 26 .
Vn. 2 tellach.

? 2 do-ellaing ind(di-in-long-?) Of dissolving a contract: ni
elluing na delluing nath, O'Don. 2198 (Nero A vii 137a). ni
65fogla na della . . . ni ella na della nath, 555 ( H. 3.17 438 ).

doélrad ind(doél): um fer as duibithir bran | no frisrodailed
daelrad `(wie einer) über den Mistkäfer ausgegossen sind', ZCP
xiii 256.22 .

doélta adj(doél) beetle-coloured, jet black: sgeithid mo p[h]end . . .
70digh daolta do dub glē (of ink), ZCP xiii 8 .

? doemchuimgestar v Perf. 3 s. doridhnacht Dia no d. ¤ Dia na
duine-si uile .i. rí ┐ espoc ┐ deoraid Dé (gl. doeccomnacht),
O'Dav. 792 (`has girt round '? Stokes; has appointed, allotted ?).
Prob. intended for doeccuimgestar, a spurious formation
75from *to-in-anag- (see do-indnaig) with perfective -com- on
analogy of doeccomnacht.

1 doén n(duine) (poet. term) human being: airddiu dēib doen
(.i. duni) a mortal higher than the gods, LL 311b17 ( Ält. Ir.
Dicht. ii 23 , cf. Ériu xiii 156 ). atotfugéra cech dóin, Fianaig.
80 14 . cia doen, cia dia (.i. cia an duine no an dea), Leb. Gab.
266 = cia dain, LL 12b47 ( IT iii 61 ). foimned digal doen
dogni let the mortal who does so beware of punishment, ZCP vii
312 . nā diuberar nach daen dia daghmāinib, ZCP xii 365 .
co ná ba cumachta do nach doen no mortal will be able, Ériu
85 ii 138 . nad inand airlither Dia do gach dáen, Anecd. v 23 .
daen, O'Dav. 342 ; 585 (daon, doin). doen, Rawl. 125b10 .
a p. fēgh na daena , Arch. iii 295 § 31 . Cant term for an
ollave (?): co dib rannuib for a .x. dílsem do doen (.i. ollam),
IT iii 31 (do daen, v.l.) (but gl. perhaps refers only to special
application of term and is not meant as a definition).
5Compds. ¤ ár slaughter of men: dringed dar dronga dōenā[i]r
(sic leg.?) he pressed through slaughtered hosts (?), FM 940
(: Faoláin). ¤ bras: dún dond daenbras (: taebglas) populous (?),
Anecd. i 68 . ¤ gein human-born. g p. Adam athair doene
doengein (: óengein), Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 42 § 50 ( Rawl. 115b36 ).
10 ¤ gnás: for doéngnas `in human use', ACC 31 ( RC xx 170 ).
¤ gus human power, force: daongus (.i. daingen), LL 393a5 =
daengus, BB 134a44 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 21 ). ¤ ogam, Auraic.
5709 . See doénchaire.