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do-érni v(*to-ess-ro-snī-, Ped. ii 635 ), pret. 3 s. doérnai, doérnói.
Later treated as a simple vb. with stem terná- or ternó-,
mod. téarnuigh-; IGT Verbs § 11 . Vn. térnam.
50(a) gets away, escapes: marbthair rí Lagen sin cath, | ┐ tér-
naid rí Temrach, LL 299a38 . meinic térnus . . . sochaide dá
mbí i ngábod, SG 345 . ternóidhit tar aiss ōn Eigipt, Fl.
Earls 112 . da ternar . . . asin cath if I escape, CCath. 4046 .
guidim-se . . . co rotherna indiu Molling, | ní thaeth do rinn ná
55d'faebur, SG 388 . ternam uile (.i. roérnam) may we all escape,
Thes. ii 349.100 (Hy. v). ternam a baes let us escape from
folly
, Ériu ii 66 . ar nach omon risam tisam ternamar, ZCP x
345 = Rawl. 106b41 . ní gonad C. nech ar a térnád from
whom he escaped
, TBC 2413 . do-érnaba fessin, BDD § 102 g .
60= ta-érna (fut. 2 s.), BDD² 728 . toernae . . . assin orguin,
BDD § 80 . piana . . . o nach ternaife tré bíthe, Aisl. Tund.
xiii 3 . ternaife-sa féin ┐ térnaifeat do géill, Lism. L. 310 ;
Lat. Lives 63 . is æn do cétaib nama do neoch dib doernaba,
LB 242b86 . gid bed uaind ternabus asin comrug, Aen. 3122 .
65 ní thernábad nech uad, TTr.² 1171 . dobérab scandir for in
sluagh conná ternáifed béo dib uad, 1173 . ba dóigh lais nach
tternaifedh gan troid ón dá tíghearna, FM v 1570 . eirg, a
mic . . . for muncind mara | cain ternais thou hast got safely
through
, ML 162 . ar aba écca an aoinfhir sin daérna uadhaibh,
70 FM vi 2298 . co napatar . . . cenmotha deichneabhar doérná,
Leb. Gab. 208 . amail sóersai Samsón | térnae (ternai, terno,
terna, v.l.) assin chathir who escaped, Fél. Ep. 544 . térnai
Dair iarna guin, Alex. 278 . térnai do rind gái, TTr.² 159 .
muir nemthonnach . . . nach n-ethar rotnánic nocho ternoi
75ass, Ériu ii 112 . bertaigis forro, connā terna (ternó, LU) ní
dona cóic gaiscedaib dēc, TBC² 556 . conna terno nech dia
muinter, 2896 . ionnus nach teurnó do chlannaibh N. acht
lucht aon-bháirce, Keat. i 184 . ni ḟeadamair-ni an terna ass
nō nach dterno, MR 276 . in ternam terna Ionas fáid the
80escape which I had
, PH 3432 . térna tuath Dé dá tír, Todd
Nenn. 230 ( LL 134a2 ). ni therna don tromdígail . . . óen fer
dona mórslúagaib, SR 5070 . ni terna cidh sciula orcne ass,
Corm. Y 323 . ni terna dib acht lucht aen-ethair, AU 755 .
terna Daniel o na leomnaib, Rawl. 74a17 . amail ternais D.
85asan cuithe leoman, Grail 2377 . a ndoernáttar ass, Hugh
Roe 318 . ni slán térnatar they did not escape unhurt, TFerbe
429 . is cuntabair[t] in térnatar na oegaire, LL 283a2 . ternatar
slán i tír, BColm. 94 . doérnaisiot la luas a n-ech, FM vi 1976 .
do ernaidhset, Leb. Gab. 218 . Pass. (impers.) ní ternóidhthear
beo on beim sin, CF 768 . mad coscrach cathbuadach thérnáidh-
5ter de, TTr.² 104 . Of passing out of one state into another:
focherd in laech síde lossa ┐ lubi íci . . . i n-ilgonaib Conculaind,
co ternó Cúch. ina chotlud, TBC² 1827 LU = co terno, TBC
2480 (hence tearnódh .i. thuitim: go tternó ina chodladh .i.
gur thuit na codladh, O'Cl. ). Esp. of recovery from illness,
10etc.: dogní ernaighthi lais ┐ térnaidh fo céttóir, Moling § 61 .
drong eile ternus ┐ drong eile geibh bas, 3 C 19, 19b19 . is
luath bid ar meisce ┐ is luath ternaighit re, O'Gr. Cat. 216 .
cia notherna do nach galar, Laws i 280 Comm. fios do bheth
agad an tternochaidh fer na tissise, 24 P 3, 222.20 . na
15fiabrais o ternuighter nó ina bhfaghthar bas, 162.2 .
(b) goes away, vanishes, disappears: téarna mo lúth a's mo
neart have failed, Oss. vi 152 . do thearnóig fuil mo mheair,
CF 138 Eg. gidh int-én la ar aba úi Chuinn | fada go dtérná
thoruinn even a single day . . . passed slowly by, O'Gr. Cat. 453 .
20 is cosmhuil mo laethe re scáile noch théarnuighios, Ps. cii 11 .
gnáthugud Fursu . . . tri mírenna sáille do ithe co rothérnad
gail na piasta, Fél. p. 44 (`that he might abate', as if from do-
airindi
). an tráth do théarnaigh Donnchadh departed (this
life
), O'Gr. Cat. 596 . nechtar no ternoithe ar tús whichever
25should die first
, Lism. L. xi 8 = dig, LL 278a42 .
(c) Various exx. With transference of meaning to an obj.
following: minic téarnó teach nimhe | neach le héan-ló
aithrighe has often escaped [and got to] heaven, A. Ó Dálaigh
li 5 . gréagach an glé-ghille . . . do théarnuigh ó éacht ḟuirinn
30Áine i gcairt `who sprang from', Ó Bruad. ii 156 .

doerráidech adj(erráid) free from error: ughdarras daingean
doighearraidech, Luc. Fid. 353 .

do-ertrat v turns back (?): do cach ethar dodaertrat .i. do gach
ethar nosartronn .i. nosimpann for cūla, O'Dav. 791 . inge ma
35doertrat . . . .i. ingi . . . mene tenne impo[d], 789 .

do-esc v(*to-in-(-ess-?)sc-, Ped. ii 612 ). Deut. forms very
doubtful. ? Indic. pres. 3 s. doneiscend, YBL 58a41 . s-subj.
pass. doesister, O'Dav. 787 . Otherwise always as simple
verb tescaid. Vn. tescad. IGT Verbs § 80 .
40(a) cuts, severs: selais mu genum (.i. tescaid mu chlaideb),
IT i 163 . turesc . . . .i. tairis tescas cach ni, Corm. Y 1244 .
ningeib rind, nin-tesc faebor, TBC 3209 = ni thesc, TBC²
2390 . nistescfad foebur no iarn, MacCarthy 62 . no thesctaís
rotha íarnaide na carpat fréma na ralach, MU² 271 . nom-
45thescfat roith iarnaide in charpait, TBC 1340 . tescaid a
chliab ingne tenedh in chait, Anecd. i 57 . rostesc oenḟer . . .
de bulli chrichid chlaidib, TBC 733 . rothescc hi i ndib rannu,
PH 7240 . ra lettair Lóch mo dā lon, | romtesc in tṡōdh garb
glasrod, TBC 2366 . biail . . . nothescbad finna fri gāith,
50 FB § 91 . co ntescfad finna i n-aigid srotha, TBC² 1918 .
tesctar a folt, Fél. 50 (Jan. 20) = tescthar, Fél.² xxxviii .
notesctha a folt ┐ a ingne cecha dardain chaplaite, clxxi
(Nov. 24) . da nambeth-sa mo chlaideb . . . ratescfaitis lim-sa
braigte fer, TBC 5946 . Transf. of dividing territory, etc.:
55 a flaith . . . rotescadh doris iartain . . . eter cethrur coema fir,
Lec. 45b42 . Cuts off, lops off: doneiscend Fraech a chend don
míl, YBL 58a41 ( TBFr. 18 = comben, LL). tescthar de a
lám, RC x 68 . tescbaither a thenga, PH 1117 . tescaid in
clérech a lúdain de, Fél. 70 ( Feb. 8 ). do chlaideb féin . . .
60tescfas dít do chend, Met. Dinds. iii 154 . gur theasg a cheann
dá cholainn, IT ii2 142 . rotescair a finnfad ┐ a heteda dí,
RC v 199 . rothescsat a leth-iscait ndeiss foei, PH 553 . cloi-
dheamh an bháis . . . lé dteasgthar an t-anam dá chorp, TSh.
7813 . tocaibset in cend . . . amal bid hi in uair sin rotescthai,
65 PH 924 . nothescatis barru na crand, 4620 . co rotescadh a
bos deas de, AU 1019 . Cuts down, fells: cor loisc Inis E. ┐ cor
thesc a haballgort, RC xviii 185 . masa fedha rotescad and,
Laws iii 148 Comm. Tailtiu car thescad in chaill, LL 137a22
( RC xlvii 292.7 ) = gar tescad, Lec. 395b31 . tesc na tilcha
70 cut down the hill-tops, TBC 6017 . na mórṡlébe andaig | ro
tesctha co rinnaib, Fél. Prol. 238 . Transf. of rending, taking
away: teasgfad as láimh do mhic é (sc. an ríoghacht = de
manu filii tui scindam illud, 2 Kings xi 12 ), Eochairsg. 53 .
(b) Transf. cuts off, destroys, slays: tescais coica[i]t fer
75n-armach, ZCP iii 43 . rotescad Pol la Neir Cessair, Rawl.
75b37 . Madudhan o'n turc rotraethadh, | roteascadh in torc,
ba dír, BB 53b27 . rotesccait óicc áille ann, FM ii 902 . an
lucht . . . lér teasgadh ár bprionnsa, O'Gr. Cat. 30 . is truagh
sin a luaithe do teascadh mac na Carrthaighe, Ó Bruad. ii 250 .
80 rotesctha milidh rig isind amus sin, BB 206b42 . roteasgda
milidh in rig, Todd Nenn. 58 .
Note also: brithem Cuind Cetchathaig. robo mór immad
a innmais. rotescat (.i. rotreicset) a muinter ┐ foracabsat
deserted (?), Rawl. 112b46 .

85 doéscair adj i (a) n buffoon, jester; adj jesting, jeering, flippant: dáiscuir
gl. scurra, parasitus, Sg. 56b2 . ic athḟescain na . . . delbi
doescairi druidechta, TBC 2748 . nā rup oirfited lind fégad
furseori ┐ dáine doescaire (= praeconum aspectibus), PH 6873 .
nā roluaidemm . . . briathra doescaire (= scurrilia), 6880 .
(b) common, mean, vulgar: daiscuir gl. uulgari (conuersa-
5tione), Ml. 37b5 . ní ba roescaid ar ná ba dáiscuir (doescair,
v.l.) do not demean yourself by too much bustling, Tec. Corm.
§ 19 (p. 38) . is doescair cach can etach n-imbe a man has no
self-respect without his clothes
, O'Mulc. 462 . cranna doiscairi
common trees (= ligna vilia), Ml. 92d6 . gebē bēss fora n-iarair |
10eter daescair is diamair, | is eol dam cen tíme tra | anmanna
binne in berla both exoteric and esoteric, Lec. 55b22 . Common
epithet of devils: doescair (of Satan), SR 948 . demun doescair,
FA 30 (LB). Superl. inneuch as doiscairem hi tír Israhel,
Ml. 105b7 .
15Compds. ¤ duine common person, one of the rabble: cenmotat
. . . drubhar-sluaigh ┐ daescar-daoine, Leb. Gab. 78 . da
drabarsluag ┐ da dæscor-dainib, YBL 105a29 . ¤ ṡlúag the
common herd, rabble: hua doiscarslog gl. uulgaribus, Ml. 90c10 .
nábad ardd a chongbál i talam, ┐ robad ádba daíscarsluaig,
20 Trip.² 2399 . nárbhat dian re daescarṡluagh, Acall. 587 .
dáescarsluag díc[h]oimsech an domain déin, ZCP viii 208 .
buidre fri daéscarṡlúag turning a deaf ear to the rabble, Tec.
Corm. § 3 (p. 10) . ní bhí dúithche san mbioth gan daosgar-
shluagh, Keat. 1 56 . berthar a fir maithi ina dún co hE. ┐
25biathtar a ndaescursluag a ndūntaib seachtair, Lec. 409a25 .
conid de garar feil Moing[finne] frisin Samain icon dæscur-
sluagh Samain is vulgarly termed the feast of M., BB 264a7 .
in spasmus . . . is de gairit an daoscarsluag crupan, 24 B 3,
125.36 . Of an army, common soldiers, the rank and file; camp-
30followers, sutlers: issé lín ar ndúnaid cenmothá ar ndaescor-
slúag ┐ ar mná, TBC² 189 (LU). cia lín dorochair and do
daiscorslog, 2003 (LU). a ndirmanda diana daescur[sh]luaig
┐ a ṅgeraiti gaiscid, TTebe 2802 . triochad laoch i ngach
luing gan áireamh a mban ná a ndaoscarshluagh, Keat. ii
351241 . Esp. of host of devils: iffrind cona dǽscorṡluagh, FA
3 (LU = doescursluag, LB). diabul cona doescarsluag, PH
8225 ; 6169 , 8143 . an diabhal ┐ a dhaosgar-ṡluagh, TSh. 1455 .
daosgar-ṡluagh deamhan, 1974 . Lucifer co n-a daosgors[h]-
logh demnaidhe, Fl. Earls 156 . tresna daescurshluagaib
40disciri . . . deamnacda (in Hell), TTebe 190 .