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85 do-fúairc v(*to-org-, Ped. ii 590 . See Thurn. Gramm. 532 ).
Indic. pres. 3 s. dufuairc, Ml. 84b12 . dofuáircc (rel.), Wb.
10d6 . 3 pl. du fuargat , Ml. 85b6 . Ipv. 2 s. dosfuairc, Anecd.
i 5.6 . Subj. pres. 3 s. dufuarr, Ml. 48c31 . (With perfective
particle) docomar, 23d5 . ducomarr, 85c3 . (See Thurn.
Gramm. 394 . ) 2 pl. cia du[n]fuarraid-ni , 78d7 . Impf. 3 s.
5 arna tuarrad , 121d17 . Fut. 1 s. dufiurr, 113a11 . in tiur[r] ,
ZCP x 46.3 . 3 pl. do-fíurad (-at, v.l.), BDD² 1295 . Pret. and
perf. 3 s. docomart, 45a11 . tuart, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 28 § 18 .
do-sn-ort, 17 § 4 . dofuart, LL 14188 . dosrort, SR 3398 .
Pass. pres. sg. do-fuarcar, O'Mulc. 424 . Ipv. pl. tuargatar,
10 Ml. 86d22 . Impf. pl. dofuaircitis, Sg. 184b3 . Subj. impf. pl.
contuartis, Ml. 54a18 . Perf. s. ducomart, 111b18 . Vbl. of necess. tuarti, 126c18 . Part. túartae. Vn. túarcon. Later as
simple vb., stem tua(i)rc-.
Grinds, crushes (by trampling, striking, etc.); beats, pounds,
15 buffets (usually of repeated or continuous action). In O.Ir.
glosses transl. atterere, deterere, proterere (passim); triturare,
Wb. 10d6 ; pulsare, Ml. 54a18 . cu ra-thuairge (ut retundes),
Gild. Lor. 149 . tuarcain dofuaircitis inna grán la arsidi with
which corn used to be crushed
, Sg. 184b3 . adraimm (leg.
20 arbaimm?) tuarggar for lar the corn which is trampled on the
floor
, Laws iv 314.18 . dofuarcar al-lār n-āthae, O'Mulc. 424 .
amail tuairgith na mná an líon scutch flax, Buile S. 34 . dos-
comart uman mol they were crushed round the mill-shaft
(impers. constr.?), Fing. R. 881 . is ann dochomart a chnáim,
25 RC xxiii 327 § 22 . tuaircfid in ben do cheann (= conteret
caput tuum, Gen. iii 15 ), Lec. 530a47 . túargit a n-ette ria toeb
strike (flap) their wings, RC xxi 384 . ratuairced sciath
Conchobuir co rogésestair was battered, CRR § 35 . dofuarcatís
in talam, Alex. 721 . robuail a basa ┐ rothuairc a h-ucht, MR
30 72 . níor thuairgeas mh'ucht d'iarraidh maithmhe, TSh. 5991 .
nostuarcend cách araili díb (of combatants), FB § 40 . ro[t]-
tuairgestar mar thuargther iasc for ganmig, RC xiv 408 § 19 .
act nib tarrsna dofuarcartur enech i n-einech (of threshers
threshing opposite each other), Laws iii 220 (with gl. acht nib
35tarrsna indligthech tuairces cach dib aighidh re aighidh in fir
aile, 222 ). cor-thuaircset he dia ṅdornu, PH 2143 . mōr
ceand caistrillsech dochomortatar claidib, Alex. 134 . aon
dona clochaibh dia rotuairgedh Steffan martir was stoned, Fl.
Earls 194 . ilar casrach ngarbthened, ilar ndlúm . . . tuarcat,
40 SR 903 . can tic tuili trethan tuaircc | lethan cuairdd fo
betha barcc? 7901 . tuaircfetsa o anbthine longa in mara,
PH 7041 . romt[h]uairg snechta ar sleibh mhic Sin, Buile S.
120 . Often like Engl. smite, crush of slaying, destroying:
annudacomart [a] chlaideb gl. gladio caedente, Ml. 36d9 ,
45 83b4 , 84b12 , 85c3 . ríg Connacht cáem doscomart, Arch. Hib.
ii 62 § 50 . rothuairc féin in cath fo chóic, LL 4422 . rothuairc
treoit Tesaldai, Alex. 73 . ? dochomairt flaith nAlban do
Gaedelaib, Rawl. 148b13 . doortsadar deamhna fear dia
muindtir, BB 38b1 = doortatar demna fer do muntir hItha,
50 Lec. 27a15 . docomartatar in fhidbaid cut down, Alex. 698 .
In fig. sense: ? dosrocht gorta . . . dosrort fri fodla fodard,
SR 3398 . domchommart a chuma grief for him has crushed me,
LL 123b17 . tuir ┐ túatha . . . dosfúartha fon golgaire were
overwhelmed with noisy grief
, Met. Dinds. iii 212 .

55 do-fuaiscertad xsee do-foscart.

do-fúapair(-fúabair, -fóbair) v(*to-fo-uss-ber-) (a) Trans.
attacks, assails. Indic. pres. 3 s. dosfōpair thra ind [N]emain
lasodain, TBC² 211 . (of a bull) dofōbair . . . a ndūnud, 880 .
dofobair ittu mor inni C., YBL 180a9 , BB 259b42 . Cf. forbair
60. . . .i. dofhóbair, O'Cl. 3 pl. dofarfobrit in tulaig, TBC 3220 .
Perf. 3 s. doforbairt Aedh ┐ Flann an dunadh i n-aithchi, AU
859 . dosfúabart (dosfuabairt, v.l.) cassar mór and a great
hail-storm drove down on them there
, Im. Brain i 56.12 . do
forbartt (-bairt, v.l.) fergg íarom friu anger against them
65attacked him
(?), Trip.² 1302 . 3 pl. do dēcsin Ulad dūs in
torpartar (= torpartatar) in mag, TBC² 3100 . mani tor-
partadar, 3102 . id e torpartatar in fid, 3119 . Fut. 3 pl. bith
condalb donuapērat lāith gaili fer nUlad in dīairmi it will be
with the affection of kinsmen they will attack the countless host
,
70 TBC² 3382 . With change of preverb: atafoprat oc éicmig
impu began screaming at them, Immrama 544 .
(b) Intrans. rushes in, charges, advances (in hostile manner):
tofóbair cucai (viz. in tarb) co mbert a inathar as for a bean-
daib, TBC² 879 (cofóbair, YBL). dofōbair dochom Fergusa
75timchell in chatha, 3622 . tofobairt . . . Senach Siabortha ┐
ferait morgleó, LU 3789 ( SC § 36 ). doforbartatar issin tulaig,
IT iii 238.116 . dufuburt gaeth wind set in, Rawl. B 512, 35c20
(Plummer MS. notes).

do-fúarascaib v(see Ped. ii 528 ) discloses, reveals, describes,
80 makes known, characterizes. Indic. pres. 3 s. imbass forosnae
.i. d. ¤ sec[h]ip rēt bas maith lasin filid ┐ bes adlaic dó d'
foillsiugad, Corm. Y 756 . cach deidbli fil i mbērlae is -ān no
-ēne dofuarusccuib characterizes, 1301 . d. ¤ a soas, Laws i 42.36
Comm. is de dofuarasgaib in flaith, O'Dav. 822 . 3 pl. nís
85 tuarascbat feisin cen gutai they do not express themselves
without vowels
gl. consonantes sine vocalibus immobiles sunt,
Sg. 7a11 . trí tuarascbait cach ngenmnaide three things that
characterize every chaste person
, Triads 187 . Cf. also 189 , 190 .
Pret. and perf. 3 s. rotuarascaib ind echlach disi et roinnis
scéla . . . dó-som, TFerbe 515 . ? ised a cenel-sin dofhorgascaib
5in indsi-sea diar ceneol-ni (of the Síl Nemid), Lec. 350a25 .
? Pass. co rotuarascfat adi i mBuirind Connacht, Arch. iii
326.6 .
Vn. túarascbáil. IGT Vbs. § 100 .