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do-furgaib v(*to-ro-uss-gaib-, Thurn. Gramm. p. 526 . Other-
wise Ped. ii 530 . See do-fócaib).
55 I (a) raises, lifts up (corresponding to lit. sense of Lat.
tollere): do-m-urcbaid suas lift me up, LL 126a51 . turcbaid-
sium a oenluirg n-ániusa, TBC² 913 (tocbaid, St.). difurgaib-
side . . . a gaisced uas gaiscedaib in tshluaigh, Anecd. v 11 =
IT i 100 § 8 . immalle doaurcbad doib a cossa ┐ fosruimet they
60lift their feet
, TBC² 3312 . . . . mōrfer taurcbad illtonna fri
n-iach n-amulach who raise up many billows against the beard-
less salmon-hero
(?), 987 (rhet.). ma [a]dellad in duine dourg-
bad cnoc and it would raise a lump, Corm. Y 975 . intan
dourgabtaís a láma fri tabairt béime, TTr.² 1705 . co turcba
65a bolga corcra fora agaigh, YBL 126a28 . tairnid indara
ceand cia torcba aroile, Ériu v 238 . filleam gluine, turgbam
lama let us lift our hands (in prayer), Lec. 593b7 . connā
turgebtis a n-aigthe la Goedelu so that they should not lift their
faces
, RC viii 50 . turcbais (tocbais, St.) ┐ tasbenais do feraib
70hErend in cend, TBC 1422 . turgabair suas, LL 126a53 . ni
digbaid a soillsi cia turcbaither . . . coinnle aile friu, Anecd.
v 1.18 = cia turrgaibther, Alex. 814 . ri tarcbad fiad chuirib
clann (: tardad) who was lifted up (on the Cross), SR 7751 .
With pers. form of FOR takes on oneself (fig.): is romōr
75turcbais-[s]eo fort, Anecd. i 9.18 .
(b) raises, sets up, erects (a stone, building, etc.); later often
of building, constructing in general: dond ail turcaib for in
tráig, LL 1398 . ar Coimdiu . . . turcbaid cech gne, cech cum-
tach, SR 7694 . rí . . . doforgaib osna múraib erordaib, 531 .
80 is leis rothurcbad o lár | in cumtach, 7029 . āit a ndēndais a
cētgaisced turcbaitis a corthi, Ériu viii 156 . bidh tāilgionn
rostoirgeba who shall found it (of monastery of Áth Ferna),
BNnÉ 193 .
(c) uplifts, elevates, exalts: turgbad lubru la triunu, Tec.
85Corm. § 6.27 . turcbad firinni; dofuirceba, ZCP xi 91 § 7 . ní
rath tíri teclumus; ní treóin ó tír turgebhus, LL 386a43 = ní
treoin ó thír thuirgebdaidh, BR 200 , ni ra treoin o tir tairge-
bas, BB 128b15 . menma tuinne torcabair the spirit of the wave
is uplifted
, Otia ii 81 .
(d) raises (a cry, the voice, etc.), utters, enounces: dufurcbat
5gl. (verba) promebat, Ml. 72b7 . dururgab gl. depromsit verba,
72c16 . amal ata turcabthi inná epertasin gl. prolata, 32b1 .
dofurcabar tríit fessin gl. per se prolatum, Sg. 43a3 . ní turga-
bar ade . . . cen guttai gl. proferri non potest, 4b14 . dorur-
gabtha gl. sunt prolata, 61a15 . nach tan dofurgaib int augtur
10bréthir fora gin sechtair, Hib. Min. 410 . intan . . . noturcbad
son a gotha, Ériu iv 30 . turcbaid a hainm declare its name,
BB 408b26 . na guthacha is iatside dourgbad treothu fein
(= per se proferuntur), Auraic. 366 = is iatside dourgabat
fein, Lec. 308b39 .
15(e) rears, brings up: nin-aile, nin turcaba (of a bad parent),
LL 346a33 = ni turcaba, Thurn. zu Ir. Hdschr. 21 . Elisabeth,
Sacairarsci . . . issiat sin turgaib Eóin, Ériu iv 178 . hitē
turcaibset inn ingin, Rawl. 133b8 .
(f) raises up, produces, causes: an dufurgaib in chomfrithor-
20cun ón gl. collisio . . . signa proferens, Ml. 138b1 . annarbu
thurgabthae when (impiety) was not produced (refers to pro-
fertur), 86d14 . ri roordaig ocht ngaetha, torgaib . . . cethri
primgaetha, . . . cethri fogaetha, SR 46 . rí rosáer Loth . . . dia
targbad in plág badbda (: tardad, 7307 ). Cf. 2915 . ? rí
25dosrergai b. . . fri serggad, fri inforbart (of plants), 7293 .
rotuisim Dia . . . inn uili n-anmand rothurcbadar na husci
(= omnem animam quam produxerunt aquae, Gen. i 21 ), Lec.
528b1 .
(g) raises, begins, undertakes, engages in: turcbait a fedma
30uile | do ríg Berba, Met. Dinds. iii 20 . ni torgaib nach
d[a]iscor na mār no pauper undertakes anything great, Laws ii
254 . mided cāch a cōir ara torgaba a māma that he may
undertake (proportionate) duties
(?), ib.
II Intrans. (a) rises: dururgaib gl. emersit, Ml. 63a15 .
35 durugabsam gl. emerserimus, Acr. 8c1 ( Thes. ii 4 ). intan
donórcaib grian, TBC² 3443 . bali i turgaib grían, LL 223b17 .
ond airiur as torgaib grian, SR 8105 . turcgeba sruth sroibtened
| a huillib talman, 8089 , cf. 8105 . tricha torc na torga-
bhaid that cannot stand up (?), BR 62 . amal turcbas tene
40focetoir ┐ báidid co prap doridise, PH 2407 . dias dourgcbad
osin tshluag, Rawl. 88b52 .
(b) In allied senses arises, appears, comes forth: i n-óen
fhecht . . . turbcat don choemchrund duille ┐ bláth ┐ mess,
Met. Dinds. iii 288 . ní thurcaibh crand tria ūir cēt míle fria
45taebhaibh, Marco P. 11 . na hilgalra turcbait in cach tuaith,
Arch. iii 315 § 37 . co breithe na cennathae i turgaib in cest,
O'Don. 560 ( H. 3.17 439 ).
Part. turcabthae. Vn. turcbál.

do-futhraccair v(*dí-fo-tracc-, Ped. ii 653 ) desires, wishes .
50A `preterite-present', Thurn. Gramm. § 619 (see also 543, 694),
`Prat. (meist mit Präs.-Bedeutung)', Ped. Deut. forms in
O.Ir. glosses show -thracc- in present meaning, -tharc- in
pret. meaning in indic. In later lang. only -thrac(c)- appears.
Sigmatic forms have both ¤ ra- and ¤ ar-.
55(a) As indic. pres. 1 s. ni luct Corint nammá dia nduthraccar
sa a maith si[n] acht daduthraccar donaib huilib nóibaib
file in Achaia, Wb. 14b6 (on repetition of preverb see Ped.).
duthracar . . . cach ní bad tol duitsiu do dénam, LL 228b18
( TTr. 845 ). duthracur-sa dul lett, Lat. Lives 82.7 . is dait
60don-úthracar-sa it is thou I wish to have it, FB § 9 . dúthracur-
sa a Dé, comptís dírge mo shéta, PH 4007 . 2 s. ní nach
dūthraccair (na duthraccar, v.l.) duit fēin . . . do duine ní
accobra, Arch. iii 312.y = ni na duthairsir deit fén, LB
261a9 . 3 s. feba tūaithi don mac dodúthracair (dodúthracar ,
65LU), TBC² 1048 . duthracair a thomailt dia coemsad, PH
8367 . 1 pl. ní na dáil duthracmar ar cara do thuidecht, TBC
3181 . cach maith duthraicmit fein, CCath. 5135 . 3 pl.
dofuthractar for nimdibesi they desire that ye should be circum-
cised
, Wb. 20c23 . rel. doduthractar olcc dunn, 26b1 .
70(b) As pret. 3 s. cia dudfutharcair a bas though he desired
his death
, Ml. 52 . duthracair Michol . . . a mbith i cairddes,
SR 5941 . ni duthracair marbadh, Laws i 244.8 Comm.
duthracair coirm do dénum dona heclasib, Lat. Lives 72.1 .
roba maircc daerbrathair dodhuthraccair duinemharbhadh
75a dherbrathar, FM v 1804 . is é duthracair a malairt féin
forna bráthrib . . . he was willing to accept his own ruin . . .,
PH 1672 . 3 pl. dufutbarctar som ol[c] doib ceruptar enartu
they wished evil to them, Ml. 49a17 . dúthracdar uili thocht lais
`all longed to go with him', Ir. Review 1912, 248 § 8 . co
80dutrachtachatar (sic) comad rig . . . doib, BB 412a40 .
(c) Sigmatic forms. Subj. pres. 1 s. doduthris, Wb. 20b9 .
dofuthrisse a biuth im gnáis féin gl. quem volueram mecum
retinere, 32a9 . 2 s. ní dúthrais a bithingnais, Thes. ii 291 § 4 .
ní ná duthairsir (nó duthairser) deit fén, LB 261a9 . ? 3 s.
85do c[h]arait ní dūthriss, ZCP vi 267 § 5 . 3 pl. air ci[a]
dutairsetar (leg. dufuthairsetar, du[duth]airsetar?) som
ingraim inna firían ní chumgat . . . Ml. 56c7 . Impf. 3 s. ar na
tomnitis . . . nad duthrised a nícc, Wb. 4d17 . ? Pass. bid lais
cen co duthras dó though it has not been wished for him, PRIA
xix 540 § 7 ( LL 146b14 ). Fut. 3 s. ar cech ṅduine mídúthrastar
5(mídusthrastar, MS. midúthracair, v.l.) dam . . . who shall
wish me ill
, Thes. ii 356.19 (Hy. vii). intí dudrastar ní don
mac so `who would wish (to do aught) for this boy', BDD § 8 .
3 pl. huare dunfutharset because they will desire it, Ml. 54a28 .
In later lang. as active vb.: dūthraiccim dul béo a ttal-
10mhoin, KMMisc. 358 . duthraigim, Lib. Flav. i 11vb34 . amal
dúthracait, PH 6249 . mairg enfear dodūthraig sin, ZCP viii
229 § 5 . mairg dodhúthraigh dath nár thuill, 3 C 13, 838.1 .
Vn. dúthracht.