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dogra(e) n[iā,f.] (dogair, dogar) lamentation, wailing; sorrow,
dejection: a maccáin . . . cia so dograe ar atái? LL 147a1 ( CF
p. 94 , PRIA xix 546 ). cíarbo dú dograe don tír | ar ái in rígsin?
why should the land mourn for that king? Met. Dinds. iii 200 .
75 docra ┐ dogru dúr, Anecd. ii 40 . rogab dogra ┐ diperccoid hé,
D iv 2, 67va43 . co tanic doib . . . dograi ┐ domenma, Mac-
Carthy 58 . dogra dér (cheville), BB 57a16 cf. SR 6007 . comradh
. . . cuiress ar deman doghra makes the devil sad, BCC 423 .
dorat dogra ar druim Banba, LL 204a53 . cen dogra ┐ cen
80doláid, Met. Dinds. iii 112 . cen docrae is cen dothnúth, 116 .
cen dograe ndóis `without complaint of ignorance', 426 . gur
tuitset co ndogra lind | fir gorma ┐ gobarchind, YBL 315b47 .
la cói ┐ toirsi ┐ dógrai, FA 26 (LB). As quasi-vn.: oc cói ┐ ic
dogra, ib. (LU). co mbatar oc caei ┐ ac dogra, RC xii 80 . na
85bí oc doghra, RC vi 176 . ag coe ┐ ag dograe, Anecd. i 12 . oc
dogru ┐ oc domenmain, LU 3922 ( SC § 44 ). ag doghra ┐ ag
doghailse, TSh. 4070 . g s. ba leth ndograi imman coin, IT i
108 . is damna dogra dot' chairdib, MR 294 . adbar bróin is
bithdogra, SG 138 . Used attributively: ní ceoul ndoccrai
no mournful music, K. and H. 27 . clansat cletha dogra trít
5(i.e. sorrow-causing , of spears), LL 8a50 = doghra, BB 31a28 .
ní hé an rath 'na dhál doghra | ag clódh ón chath chathardha,
3 C 12, 243.5 . cen sil ṅdogra, SR 6131 . gai doghrai, FM 607
(i 234) . Of a place: Dorcha dogra, Met. Dinds. i 18 . As n.pr.
m. Dogra, AU 1027 .

10 dograch adj o,ā (dograe) sad, sorrowful: oirggis Insi Gall in gargrí
ba gním nglegrach; | nir bo d. ¤ , tuc a forbach i tír Temrach,
Arch. Hib. ii 73 ( LL 184a45 ). robo d. ¤ furri she was sad, LU
3918 ( SC § 43 ). n p. dograig domma fri gorta | Iobraig Ionna
lomnochta, SR 1419 .

15 dograing n(dodr-) n s. also dograng, Lec. 622b18 . In later lang.
g s. dograing and dograinge. dogruing f., IGT Decl. § 13 .
distress, affliction, strait, difficulty: robo dodraing d'Uib deg-
Néill, RC xxiii 314 . ég Murchaid, d. ¤ fa dhí, BB 57a18 . corr-
thara nír dodraing dí, LL 140b42 . co mad móide a ndoilges ┐
20a nd. ¤ , Aisl. Tund. ix 5 . trioblóid ┐ doghruing air anam gach
áonduine, Rom. ii 9 . issé robrissed rempu gach dodhraind,
BB 439b43 . fuair duadh ┐ doghruing fá a ceann, Keat. ii 2342 .
cen dodraing ndéin ndedgair nguil, LL 133a44 . berir . . .
tarsin drochet cin nach nd. ¤ , Aisl. Tund. vi 2 . do bochtaine
25┐ do doghraing Crisd, BCC § 17 . fuarusa mo chobair do cach
dograig (sic) ┐ do cach docamal ir-r[o]ba, YBL 164a31 .
dréim re doghruing, ML 128 . in n-irscartad comlainn | nó
in n-aiged ra dodraing, SG 383 . i ndoghrainn tslegh in hard-
ship of
(i.e. exposed to) spears, O'Gr. Cat. 508 . a thaob a
30ndodhraing ó ghāibh, Caithr. CC § 42 . tar d. ¤ (dodraing, v.l.)
na sliged, CCath. 2318 . g s. eochair d. ¤ (dodhraing, v.l.)
daidbre poverty is the cause of distress (trouble, worry) (possibly
g p.), ZCP vi 270 . (As attrib.) ó thús domain d. ¤ , AU 1060 .
uéal doghraing ós drom gach daingin `a veil of sorrow',
35 Ó Bruad. ii 244 . ag faghbháil duaidh ┐ dhoghrainge, TSh.
2720 , 2965 , 4612 . lá doghrainne a day of perplexity, Isa. xxii 5 .
dogruinn, Eg. Gloss. 67 (synon. of buaidhreadh, amhghar,
ansódh, truaighe).

dograingech adj o,ā (dograing) distressful, calamitous, hard to
40 bear: go bhfuil an bás chomh-doghraingeach soin, TSh. 1186 .
na dāine so do cur a prisūn co dograinnech ` grievously ',
Fier. 83 .

? dograta: ind laech . . . derg d. ¤ , ZCP x 299 (perh. for daigerda,
Ed.).

45 do-greinn v(*to-grenn-, Ped. ii 549 ). (a) overtakes: Indic. pres.
ech dogreind almai énlaithe, FB § 49 = dogrind, IT i 310
( Tochm. Em. 12 ). dogrennait (of horses), ZCP viii 103.22 .
Impf. co togrennitis ind eich fón charpat in gáith outstripped
the wind
, TBC² 676 . Pass. pres. pl. dogrennaiter, ZCP viii
50103.22 .
(b) Legal levies, makes a claim against (?): dogrinn co teora
crith comnadma, O'Dav. 570 . drisiuc dogrinn co trí certle .i.
toibgi in drisiuc . . ., 617 . cid dodngreinn ar cenn nadma,
O'C. 59 ( H. 3.18 21a ). is [é] tra do grin an tsochaidhi, O'Don.
55 686 ( H. 3.17 503 ). Subj. pres. meneb ē togre .i. meneb e
toibgi, O'Dav. 617 . manib é dogre, 671 . Cf. maine be dotngre,
O'Don. 862 ( H. 3.17 615 ). Pass. pres. s. dogren[n]ar .i.
toibgither, O'Dav. 671 . ni togranar nach neime[d], O'C. 421
( H. 3.18 230b ).
60 Vn. tograim.

dogrés xsee 2 grés.

? dogresathar: ind mad inscuchad .i. ni bi tola tarb ann doib d. ¤
a n-innscuchad ess, O'C. 890 ( H. 3.18 397b ).

do-guid v(*dí-guid-, Ped. ii 551 ) entreats earnestly, asks pardon:
65 Indic. pres. 3 s. nech forgella gau-forcell . . . fora chomnessam,
dan-guid must ask his pardon, Ériu vii 158 . Pass. co ndom
digdider till I be appeased, Trip.² 1328 . Ipv. 3 s. digded, Ériu
vii 160 . ? Subj. pres. 1 s. Dia dia dorrogus , LU 427 = ACC 1
( RC xx 148 ). Fut. 3 s. dis-ngig `will demand it', Ériu xvi
70146.18 , 147.1 . Pret. pass. dogeassa Loch L. was entreated
(to fight), TBC² 1631 YBL = gessa, LU.
Vn. dígde. See dígdid.

doguittech adj(guidid) importunate; troublesome entreater, beg-
gar (?): ni rip diumsach diupartach d. ¤ , LL 346b29 ; ZCP xi
7589 § 22 . dligidir cech duigthech dígi, § 22 (a) .

? do-guin v(*dí-gon-) violates, outrages: is diguin domgonar
imaib my honour is violated with respect to you, MU² 104 .
cia dosli dilsi in chaich ima ndigonar and, O'C. 2629 ( Eg. 88,
53 (54) ). cach fethal dorogontar fri termann anechtair, O'Dav.
80 1059 . Subj. pres. 3 s. dergoin .i. diguin no sárugud, amail
aderr: issed a dire cid dergoine dóen, O'Dav. 585 . Pret. 3 pl.
siur do macaib buide ditngegnatar , O'C. 775 ( H. 3.18 364a ).
Pass. doget snaduth fergusa ime ┐ a muintir, Ériu xvi 37 § 3 .
Vn. díguin.

85 ? doguir: ind lúaichet fer ṅgablach fíangalach ṅd. ¤ , BDD² 305 .
Cf. doga(i)r?