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doidnge n iā, f. (dodaing) difficulty, perplexity, trouble: issí in
chumtubart ┐ in doidgne nad fetammar ni im du Iudaib fa
gentib berthair, Ml. 37a10 . dogní doidgni ┐ chumdubairt
85insin, ib. is huas neurt dom ara doidngi on account of its
difficulty
, Sg. 1a6 . ar doidhghne a genelaigh do brith for culu,
Lec. 25b39 . nom-erbaim duit uile | dom dītin cen d. ¤ , ZCP vi
260.7 . dodhaingi (doidngi, v.l.) na conaire, CCath. 2319 . ar
d. ¤ 'sar dotheidm, Gorm. May 27 . do doiṅge fhognuma do díb
tigernaib, RC ii 384 § 2 , § 5 . tadban diar ṅdoidngib, SR 8226 .
5 ar soerad diar trógdoidṅgib, 8311 . i ndoidngib rondídna,
Gorm. June 21 . Later dodainge, q.v.

? doieda n pl. a hesnada, a duchne, a d. ¤ , a díberga, Ériu iv
163.11 .

doig xsee daig.

10 1 dóig xsee doich.

2 dóig xsee dáig.

dóigemail adj(doich) orderly, seemly: an fhaoisidin so do dheu-
namh go dóigheamhuil, tairbheach, Donl. 320.8 . dóighea-
mhuil ann eudach, 252.17 .

15 doiger xsee daiger.

1 dóigid v(doich) hopes in, trusts, estimates: fíorfhlaith ní
deantar dhe dóigh | ní dhóighidh sin neach tar chóir does not
under-estimate (the strength of) anyone
, Content. xviii 120
(see note).

20 2 dóigid xsee dóïd.

Doigre n.pr. m. D. ¤ dart a quo Dartraighe, SG ii 463.40 . Dún
Doighre Duniry (Galway), ZCP vi 242 . Leabhar Mór Duna
Doighré (name of LB), Ms. Mat. 31 . do seinneadh ceól mar
cheól nDoighre, 3 C 12, 49.5 . Also Daigre, q.v.

25 ? doigre: n doighre daighre m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.33) .

doig(th)ech n(daig) coll. sharp pains, pangs: re doightech na
narann, 23 K 42, 156.5 . doighech doighthech, IGT Decl.
§ 22 . a troigheach dár cind um chló | mó lim a doighech do
Dhia. Do mhaithfedh sé an troighech toll | 's gidh é doighech
30na ndernann (troightheach . . . doightheach, v.l.), ex. 798 , 799 .

1 doilb adj sad, gloomy, melancholy: is doilbh an róimh nósmhar
so fút go fann `sad it is that the famous pile beneath thee
should be in ruins
', KMMisc. 50.23 . gídh doilibh bronach
liomsa trácht, Oss. iv 262.z . go doilbh a n-daor-ghlas na
35b-piann gloomy, 126 . is doilbh liom I regret , 190.17 . ni dāil
doilbh, BB 31b3 . Cf. doilig, doirb?

2 doilb x etc. see dolb, etc.

doilbe n iā, f. (dolb) sorcery: atát le doilbi (doilbthe, doirbhi,
doilfhi, v.l.) smachta | fo cheo doirchi dráidechta, Met.
40Dinds. iii 292 .

doilbecht ind(dolb) = doilbe: d. ¤ .i. draighecht, Stowe Gl. 84 .

doilbid, -iud xsee dolbaid, -ud.

doilbir xsee dulbair.

Doilbre n.pr. m. gen. mac Doilbri , BB 163a23 .

45 doilbthe, dolbtha part. of dolbaid. Orig. formed, shaped:
nathir doilbth[e] (i.e. on Moses' staff), SR 4331 . Hence
(a) fictitious, feigned, figurative: inna nd. ¤ gl. fictorum, Ml. 61b18 .
doilbthib gl. fictis (verbis), 13 . cealg doilbhthi brégach, O'Gr.
Cat. 254.25 . focail doilphdi, Auraic. 4524 .
50(b) Esp. of false appearances, phantoms, etc., conjured up
by magic, hence magical, enchanted: ces doilbhthe, Arch.
Hib. i 92 § xxii . buailios do fhleisg d. ¤ droighiochta, Atlantis iv
120.21 . dorigne mucca doilbthi druidechta don raithnig,
RC xxiii 408 § 19 . co rodíbairgsi certli dlútha dolbthi drui-
55dechta forsin luing, LL 221b46 ( TTr. 344 ). co tainic gaeth
doilbi drai[d]echta, Acall. 5581 . laegh doilbthi . . . a richt
fhosgamhna allaidh, Misc. Celt. Soc. 68.25 . Sliab [Mis] . . .
ar inní ba mífhis in sluag dolbtha fríth ann, SG ii 485.11 .
Delbaeth .i. doilbaedh .i. teine d. ¤ doróine, 464.15 . (Of a
60harper) cumadóir na ccleas ndoilbhthe, Studies 1920, 99 § 10 .
an cheárd dh. ¤ dhraoidheachta, 3 C 12, 358.12 . do Thuaith
dhoilbhthe Dé Danann, Keat. Poems 262 .

doilbtheóir ind(doilbthe) gl. fictor, Ir. Gl. 1091 .

doilbthid v(doilbthe): indoilbthith gl. figurate, Sg. 62b1 . As
65 subst. potter: in d. ¤ gl. figulus, Wb. 4c29 .

doilbthigud n(doilbthe) invention, fiction: doilbtiugud gl.
fictio, Ir. Gl. 900 .

? doile: ind dirson .i. d. ¤ , Thurn. zu Ir. Hdschr. ii 18 § 55 . Leg.
doilig?

70 doíléne n(doél) chaferling: is and ro oirg cach a dóil | ō ro oirg
a dóiléne (an diulene, MS.), RC xvii 177.4 (Tig.) (: dāirēne) =
duilene, FM i 242 . pnAs name of a dog; Doílīn, Fing. R. 58 .
Doīlēne, 213 .

doilge n iā, f. (doilig). Also duilge. IGT Decl. § 3 , Abstr. Nouns
75§ 40 . (a) trouble, difficulty: fuair duilge drend dú roba | la
Subne, LL 132b38 . fofuarais mor do duilgi | triat diummus
(: anhuimli), SR 1751 . doghénam aentaidh . . . | gan duilghe
ra Dia ndelbhda, Anecd. ii 37 § 6 . ar doilgi a ngenelaig do
breith iar culu on account of the difficulty of tracing back . . ., Lec.
80 562a2 . draig . . . ór doilghe dul a dragon hard to escape, Ériu
ix 6.7 . gabsad . . . foglaim . . . cen duilgi nduairc, Lec. 540a16 .
is farrgi ar doilgi . . . domni ┐ airdi ifrinn, 347a30 . fuair
duilge don bíathad `he suffered from that fare' Met. Dinds. iii
218 . ar doilgi in imsgair on account of the difficulty of
85separation
, Laws v 306.13 Comm. for doilgi leis na comairle
dorála do, SG 51.35 . mise ruc in mbórromai . . . ó úib Néill
can nert d. ¤ , 388.25 . in gach ní dá rodhoilghe foighide do
beith agaibh, O'Hussey TC 230.11 . duilgi trúaga trichessa,
SR 8295 . duilgib drichnes fri cach sluag, 883 . i ndolgib i
ndrobélaib in difficult places, FB § 35 . hi ndoilgib na díthrebi,
5 LB 123b11 . cóica ceist do diamraib ┐ doilgib inn ecnai,
221b14 . do dhoilgib na scriptúire nóime, 127a49 . diar
ndidnad i nduilgib, Gorm. Aug. 1 .
(b) Hence distress, sorrow, grief: ar a doilgi leis can slan a
menman do tharrachtain for a naimdibh, CCath. 1476 . ara
10doilghe leo in cat[h]-sa do chur because of their sorrow for the
fighting of this battle
, 4234 . i n-Étar, fuair duilge de | ruc bás
in glé-mall gasta, Met. Dinds. iii 114 . fíoch na trén-duilghe
ro thogh, Gleanings 18 . re cois d. ¤ na ccóig ccneadh, 3 C 1 3 ,
820.19 . mo ró dhoilghe sul rabh riot | gabh mo chomhairle
15chugat, 613.17 . ag so an tuirse 's an doilghe is daoire, Keat.
Poems 668 . dá chúis doilghe na dáimhe, 1065 .
(c) direness, severity, harshness: nī fiū dūin comrac fris ar
a doilghi ┐ ar a crōdacht, Death-tales 36.13 . ar do dóenacht
cen duilge, Ériu vi 115.2 . ar a doilgi ┐ ar a dobésaige, LB
20 144a1 . Fland mac Lonain mac deamain side ara geri ┐ ara
duilgi, Met. Dinds. iii 532. 12 . riumsa ná déna duilghe `be not
harsh to me
', Buile S. 88.14 . Note also: ro-dhoilghe an rogha
rugais you have made a very bad choice, Content. ix 10 .