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do-gaib v(*dí-gaib-, Ped. ii 528 ) Indic. pres. 3 s. digaib, Laws iv
4556.26 . -dígaib. Impf. 3 s. ní dígbad , LU 10021 (or pass. pret.?).
Subj. pres. 3 s. (with perfective part.) arna dergaba , Wb.
10d13 . 3 pl. co ndergabdais , TBC² 806 . Condit. 3 s. na dige-
bad , Mon. Tall. § 61 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. dogab-som, Mon.
Tall. § 60 . do-r-ragab, ib. durogab, Ml. 34d18 . 3 pl. durogabsat,
50 108a6 . Pass. pres. s. dogaibther, Sg. 28b20 . pl. do-n-
gaibter, 218a9 . Fut. pl. ní digebtar , Ml. 73d13 . Perf. dorogbad,
17a13 . dirogbad, Sg. 9b16 . Part. digabthe, Ml. 45c12 . pl.
digabthi, 107c7 . Vn. dígbad, dígbál. In later lang. as simple
vb. dígbaid. IGT Verbs § 63 .
55(a) takes away, removes (with DE from): gl. eximere, Ml.
34d18 , 73d13 , 107c7 , adimere, 108a6 . dem[o] .i. dighbaim,
Auraic. 582 . dirogbad .a. díib (the vowel) a has been taken from
them
, Sg. 9b16 . nisdigaib ni dib acht is tuilled péine, FA § 16
LB = ni dingaib, LU 2098 . digaib do log-eneach eireach it
60takes away from the honour-price of a chief
, Laws iv 56 . inti
digbas ni dia tir, iii 50.14 Comm. sicip hé dígbas in n-eclais
si dot síl, Trip.² 751 . ní dígbad ní día ubull cacha toimled de,
LU 10021 . co-ndergabdais a n-imneth sin dind tslóg that
they might remove that annoyance from the host
, TBC² 806 .
65 ron-áil fair cona tormaigfed nó na digebad cid a oenfhocul dia
briathraib that he would neither add nor take away, Mon. Tall.
§ 61 . ó ndigaibther sé lathi díb-sin, PH 4931 . o dóenib
rodigbad ┐ ic Día tarrasair from men he was taken away, RC
xx 400 ( ACC § 120 Comm. ). ni derna di formut ní digbas cuil
70`as much as a fly removes' (as much as makes a fly smaller, i.e.
a very small amount?), 278 ( ACC § 105 ). With AR (FOR) of
pers. affected: a ndigaib airi in droch-ime what the bad sence
takes from it (i.e. the damage done by the fence)
, Laws iv 156.12
Comm. in ní dígba forut i n-aimsir th'aine tabair don bocht
75(= quod tibi subtrahis), PH 4964 . tír arar digbait renna in lae
┐ na haidci a land deprived of, CCath. 3815 . dígébthair thall
a lochta ┐ a n-anmi ar a corpaib, RC xxv 244 . dígébthair
ind forcraid forru, 238 . dogabad uirre . . . nách soised inber
na mbárc she was prevented from reaching (?), Met. Dinds.
80 iii 38 .
(b) lessens, diminishes: gl. diminuere, Sg. 218a9 . imminuere,
Ml. 45c12 . arna dergaba línn cretmech, Wb. 10d13 . nisdígaib
al-lenamain it did not lessen their attachment (?), Hy. v 26 .
dobert secht multu úade | a trét nísdígaib al-lín, 36 . ma
85dogabthar a fít if his ration is diminished, Mon. Tall. § 63 . is
sain recht i ndigabar | i tormagar cuit there are special con-
ditions
for diminishing and increasing rations, ZCP xiii 28 .
crinaid aicmi na fer ṁborbb | digbaid a n-aicmi cid ard (of the
church), LL 150a15 . ní dígaib a sollsi-side cia annaither
connli aile friu, Alex. 813 = ni digbaid, Anecd. v 1 . ní
5dígbaither rath na baiste co bás, Todd Lect. vi 27 . ná
dí[g]badh ná tormaiged a riagail, LB 234 marg. sup. digeba
a promad a tein, duforma erlam for nem it will lessen his term in
purgatory
, ZCP iii 451.23 . With IMM: rosdigbatar Romanaigh
imma miltnecht deprived it of (lessened it by?) their soldiery,
10 Anecd. iii 66 . ni digbunn a lān eineclunn ium nech it does not
lessen anyone's full honour-price
, Laws i 58.14 Comm.
(c) do-gaibther lám (a phrase of doubtful meaning in Laws
Comm.): nocon-uil arra do righ noco digbaither a lam (`until
his hand is emptied
', i.e. by paying a fine?), iii 132 . mar
15digbad lamh geill, íctur diabludh do neoch imar digbadh a
láimh fris, ii 132 . nocon écen arra do rígh ór na rodigbadh
a lamh, iii 134 . aithgin gach neich imar dighbad a lam, O'C.
1023 ( H. 3.18 431b ). See 2 do-érig.
(d) In follg. ex. perh. loses, parts with: cidh na leigi damsa
20uait í ┐ gach ní rodíoghbhais ria dobérsa dhuit whatever you
have lost by her
(?) (`whatever dower you have given for her'),
TFrag. 172 .

dogail: n d. ¤ .i. tuirse no dograing ` anguish, affliction ', P.O'C.
? ainbhfine an doghla is doghlóir, Ó Bruad. ii 146.23 . Cf. next.

25 dogailse n iā, f. (cf. prec.) grief, sadness, dejection: d. ¤ fodruar
grief caused it, Ml. 20b17 . doguilse dineuch adbaill, Wb. 16b11 .
super tristitiam .i. for ndoguilsesi of your grief, 23d14 . arna-
fóirinsi doguilsi dúibsi lest I should cause grief to you, 14d3 .
dun dogailsi gl. tristitudini, Ml. 129a11 . atáim dubach . . . a
30ndubaige ┐ a ndogaillsi, Ms. Mat. 535 . bátar . . . aigthe . . .
óicthigearnda and fó daire ┐ dogaillsi, Alex. 315 . rolaiset
bron ┐ dogaillsi di[b] triasin [n]ertadh tuc A. forro, Aen. 285 .
damhna doghuilsi cause of sadness, Misc. Celt. Soc. 380.10 .
frepthai inna d. ¤ domundai, ZCP iii 28.3 . a dogaillse, a dúnne,
35a dúrc[h]ride, Ériu iv 162.21 . dogaillsi, díbe . . ., Aisl. MC
95.7 . eighim ar dogaillse techt a pianaib, Lec. 25a28 . dá
chúicceadh Mumhan ina hén tuinn . . . dogra ┐ doghailsi,
FM vi 2264.4 . doghailsi .i. tuirsi gul no doghraing, O'Cl. As
vn. ag doghra ┐ ag doghailse , TSh. 4070 .

40 dogailsech adj o,ā (dogailse) grieved, sad: ba doghailseach-somh
de sin, Hugh Roe 220.20 . batar doghailsig doimenmnaigh dia
oidhedh, Leb. Gab. 246.2 .

dogailsigidir v(dogailse) grieves, is sad: ro dogáilsigestar co
hadbal he grieved exceedingly, Trip.² 140 . Cf. fodaimet im-
45malle lium ┐ condogailsegetar immalle, Ml. 87b17 .

dogaing xsee dodaing.

dogair adj sad (?): doghair .i. toirrsech, Lec. Gl. 121 . doghair
` calamitous, afflicting, grievous ', P. O'C. ferais echt ṅdochla
ṅd. ¤ , TBC 2784 . ba marb Marg in monair mir | ba d. ¤ garg don
50gein sin, Met. Dinds. iii 160 . ríge o Fachtnu Dál nAraide |
ercda d. ¤ (: Sogain), Todd Nenn. 264.8 . lúaichet fer ṅgablach
fíangalach ṅdoguir, BDD² 305 . See dogar.

do-gair v(*to-gair-, Ped. ii 535 ) Subj. pres. 1 s. in-dat-togar-sa
gl. invocandi te, Ml. 72c4 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. cotagart, TBC²
55 3478 . dorogart, Wb. 21d2 , etc. inti do-da-rogart , 22c1 .
d-a-rogart, Ml. 20b2 . Pass. perf. s. do-b-rograd, Wb. 24c4 .
Vn. togairm.
I (a) calls, summons: gl. vocare, Wb. 10a12 , 22 , Ml. 69d14 .
revocare, 43b15 . dugairet arbar inna n-namat impu, 62b13 .
60 donrogra don ríghlaith may He call us, Fél. Dec. 14 . rontograt
diar n-anacul, Thes. ii 301.30 . dorogart Mártain a muinntir,
Lat. Lives 96 (= RC ii 396 ). dorogairt in drái ríg Conaille
don fhleid (= invitavit), 66 . tógaire iat isin sáire (= in
libertatem revocas), PH 3909 . dorograd [Pól] dochum cretmi,
65 1649 . do tocair [in rígan] dia ndochum Cuipid, Aen. 396 .
dorargait (leg. dorargairt) Agamemnon na huile tuisecho
cuici, BB 425b13 (*to-air-gair-?). is iar feaba dogoathair
┐ dogairter he is chosen and called (i.e. appointed), Laws iii
78.22 .
70(b) calls on, invokes: Ianus ar thūs . . . torogart ainm De
Athar I. was the first to call upon the name, SR 2242 . nicon
fhiu la credal | dorogra (dogara, v.l.) ainm Neron, Fél. Prol.
112 ( utter?). dorogart anmunna na ṅdemna furri, PH 1190 .
dogēra dūileamain sech dūili she will invoke the Creator rather
75than creatures
, Lec. 212c33 . dorogart in drái demna, Lat.
Lives 10 n. 3 . dogairthi-si na demna ┐ na deo dia n-adairthi-si,
Anecd. v 4 = garthi, Alex. 905 .
(c) calls down, brings (on oneself): mairg atbelaiges do
dhainib ┐ dogair londus Dé, LB 12 marg. inf.
80(d) proclaims, enounces: cís ní (= císne) doghair oes eiscí
who declares the age of the moon? BB 39b37 = cia on cotagair
æsa éscai (.i. cia innisfes duib æsa esci), LL 1564 ( IT iii 61 , 62 )
= cis nondogar, Leb. Gab. 264 .
(e) Absol. calls out, cries, shouts: cotagart Badb ┐ Be Neit ┐
85Nemain forru ind aidchi sin . . . conid apad cét loech dib ar
uathbas, TBC² 3478 . condegart in Dagda intan atbert . . .,
RC xii 108 § 163 (perh. summoned them). dorogairt o diucaire
mōir, Anecd. iv p. xiv 29 .
II a calls (by a name), names: gl. appellare, Ml. 29c6 . ised
dogair-som hó anmaim chailich what he calls by the name of
5cup
, 30c17 . ní ho mud neirt . . . dogairemni noibu not from . . .
do we call (men) holy
, 37b16 . ré Tadc romemaid in cath | is
o Chormac dorrogradh it was named after C., SG ii 492.4 .
With a subst. without prep. as complement of pred.: do-
gair (dogarar) x y he calls x (x is called) y; esp. in pass. constr.:
10 is airi darogart-som noib for this reason he called himself a
saint
, Ml. 20b2 . dogarar . . . o dib n-anmannaib intíi . . ., PH
6781 . cach dān dognīat lāmhae is cerd dongairther, O'Mulc.
222 . is gae greine dogairter, Laws iv 352.16 . bretha mac do
F. . . . Nel darograd he was named N., Todd Nenn. 228 . ó na
15cnóib . . . dogarar Cnámrus, Met. Dinds. iii 130 . conid airi
dogairther Goedelg ┐ Goedil, Lec. 325b15 .
(b) With DE + subst. as complement of pred.: dogair
(dogarar) y de x he calls x (x is called) y; usually in pass.
constr.: conid de dogairer Fiacha Foltsnaithech de, RC xxiv
20184 . dogairtea Deimne Mael de, v 199 . is aire dogairthe
Uathach diside, LL 316c44 . is aiie dogarar soiscela in aingil de,
AU 552 . conid húaidi dogairter díndi Scuit from her we are
named Scots
, Ériu iv 30 . conad dib dogairdis tall | Tuatha
delbda Dé Danann, Lec. 84a37 . neasgóit . . . is de sin dogair
25Ipocras opostema, 23 P 10, 7a50 . dogoirdis na sein feall-
samain an craide do bel an gaili used to call the orifice of the
stomach the heart
, 6b60 . With other prepp.: dosuidib dogairder
Connachta indiu, Rawl. 118b8 (perh. de). cid Auguist
dogairthi dó, Lec. 46b34 . nir tograd Cesari for rig eile no other
30king was called Caesar
, Todd Nenn. 66 . conid de dogarar Feil
Moingfhinde frisin samain, RC xxiv 178 .