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doilig adjalso duilig, doilid. See under suilig. (a) hard (to do),
75 difficult, troublesome: cach ceist duilig, LL 221a47 ( TTr. 308 ).
cath dolig dibergach, Cog. 178 . cless doilig, Met. Dinds. iii 62 .
mór léim ndoiligh rolinges, Buile S. 62 . i ndeabhthaibh
duilghe, FM v 1694 . is dolig a fiss, FA § 12 . is doilig a n-imfu-
lang, Laws v 312.7 Comm. ba dulig cor ristí (leg. risintí) robói
80and it was hard to cope with, CRR § 55 . Compar. is andsa .i. is
doilgi , Laws i 252.16 Comm. anscuiche .i. is doilgiti a scu-
chad, iii 12.19 . doilgi ná gach gleó dibhsin comhrac in laich,
MR 312 . Superl. (for compar.): in fail . . . comlonnaid a aesa
is duilgium andásum? harder to encounter, TBC 849 = as
85andsam, LU. With DO: dolig duit gním n-erred do gabail fort
it is hard for you, TBC² p. 63 n. 19 (LU). fa dolig dóib fri[th]-
airle int shlúaig romóir, TBC 452 . ní doilig duit co ndena
bairgena dona clochaib-se, PH 4796 . a luad nocha doilid
dam, Hy Fiachr. 230 . ní hí a aés is dulgium dó his age is not
his greatest difficulty
, TBC 846 . With LA: ragat-sa lib imbárach
5cid duilig lim, LL 27a23 . an fear comhlainn céad is doilge
leat it aghaidh whom you deem hardest (to encounter), Ériu i 87 ;
ZCP x 286.28 . ní doilge leiss dul 'na dáil andás i ndáil cech
bíid archena he deems it as light a matter to go to partake of it
(the Sacrament) as of any other food
, PH 5348 .
10(b) hard to bear, grievous, distressing: scéla doilge (: choimde),
SG 356.13 . co rīs in saidhbri suilid | iar ndai[d]bri duilig
domoin, ZCP vi 264 § 8 . pian ele ba doilche inā sin, Aisl.
Tund. 97 . ropa doilid la Dubthach ini sin, Laws i 6.24 . ac
dighail Dé dhoiligh (Conchubar avenging the death of Christ),
15 RC vi 77 . a fhir do chumm in cruinde | doilig lind do let-
truimme, LB 186a13 . gidh doiligh linn gan leanmhain | don
bhuidhin, DDána 97.28 . gér dhoiligh ris an rígh na scéala sin,
Keat. iii 5382 .
As subst. difficulty, strait: tú-sa i ndulig I am in a fix, TBC
20 1338 . mac Decill fri duiligh, Gorm. Jan. 1 . i ndulig erraig in
the hard time of spring
(?), Hib. Min. p. 65 .
(c) Of persons hard, stern, intractable, inexorable: ba dulig
irgaile I was stern in battle, Tec. Corm. § 7 . áilgin ag áibhness,
rodoiligh i n-irghail, Expugn. Hib. § 5 . abbair fris nip dium-
25sach duilig, ZCP xi 84 § 34 . corbat sídaig teglach tréin |
gurbat duilig i ndroibhél, SG 107 . frissin fher ndoilig ndem-
nach, PH 89 . fiche cét Danar dian dolig, Cog. 152 . ag
riarachadh dhámh ndoiligh hard to please, Arch. Hib. i 89.3 .
pnAs sobriquet (?): iar ṅDonnchad duilig (: bruidin), Rawl.
30 163b6 . Adv. ag tagra go tuirseach doiligh ré Dia, TSh. 4208 .

Doiligén n.pr. m. gen. D. ¤ m. Brolchain, Rawl. 146d19 . Mael
Craibi mac Doilighen, BB 78b13 . Cf. Dolgen.

Doílín xsee doíléne.

doille xsee duille.

35 Doim pnname of a river: venit Sanctus per D. ¤ in regiones Tuirtri
(i.e. territory along the river Bann), Thes. ii 269.20 ( Ardm.
15b1 ).

doimchuir adj(imchor) hard to bear: da roibh an galar doiom-
chuir (= intolerabilis), 23 K 42, 225.2 . ualuighe troma
40dóiomchuir, Matt. xxiii 4 .

Doiméne n.pr. io, m. g s. Artgal abbas Clochair mac Doimheni ,
AU 769 . Domeni m. Cairpri, Lec. 103d22 . See Daimén,
Doimíne.

doimgabála adj(imgabáil) inescapable: in gái doimghabhála,
45 SG 345 .

doimin xsee domain.

Doimíne n.pr. m. gen. is dana drech Doimine , Corm. Y 488 .

Doiminic n.pr. m. Dominicus, O'Gr. Cat. 53.31 . Dominig,
Hy. Fiachr. 46.18 .

50 Doimlén pnepithet of Eochaid son of Cairbre Lifechair and
father of the three Collas: Eochaid Domlén .i. [rodam-]ar lén
gin ní d'innsaigi d'Eirinn. No Eochaid Domplen .i. domus
(.i. tech) plena (.i. do giallaibh) . . . aigi, Cóir Anm. 141 .
Eochaid Domplen, Rawl. 124a53 . rogegain Eochaid Dum-
55plīan (: ngīall), ZCP viii 118 § 21 . Eochaid Doimlēn (: sēn),
Lec. 442b27 . g s. Eocho mac Echach doimlén , SG 359.29 .
síol nEchach dhoimleoin (: dtreoir), O'Gr. Cat. 408.12 .
righraid clainne Echach . . . Domblen, Todd Nenn. 254.247 .
mic Eathach Doimhlén, ITS xv 66.27 (Keat. iv). With meta-
60thesis Eochaid Doimnell, Lec. 607a48 . dar sil Eachach
Doimnell (: saimnēll), 607b39 (= Domleuin, BB 45a13 ). Note
also: deg meic Maine Bresail Fiachraig . . . Domlen diles,
Todd Nenn. 256.254 .

doimlén n grief (?): do dhoirt a dhoimhléan, Ó Bruad. ii 118 .

65 doimliac xsee dom.

doimm adj i poor, destitute, wretched: doim .i. daidhbhir, O'Cl.
doim .i. dochnach, Stowe Gl. 97 . ri nach d. ¤ dia chlannaib
niggardly (?), SR 2649 . claeclother céle la gach n-aindir mad
doim hé if he is poor, Marco P. 27 . Daire doimthech .i. domh
70tech ár bói doidbres ┐ teirce mór re linn, SG ii 463.43 (to be
referred to dom?). mad fir-doim . . . dlegair airchisecht de,
Mon. Tall. 144 § 46 . cach soim is cech doim, ZCP vi 265 § 26 .
doim inti gaibhes in rath ┐ soim inti o ngabur, Laws v 266.18
Comm. turfochruic flathu foceird for doim which he bestows
75on an indigent person
, 264.16 . Domnall inna diaid nir doim,
Rawl. 163a4 . minab daidbir doim, Lism. 52b2 . aoinben go
doim dochma, Duan. F. i 86.2 . tarrla duine doim dó ac
diucaire fo bun croisi a wretched person, ZCP vi 91.x . deibh-
léan doim dearóil, TSh. 6620 . innmhus beathaighthe bocht
80nduim | cisde lóin lochta an leathtruim, 3 C 13, 862.17 .
dograig domma fri gorta, SR 1419 . itir hsom[o] ┐ domo,
Sitzb. 1919, v 93 § 18 . As subst.: mac da duim the son of two
paupers
, O'C. 2236 ( Eg. 88, 17 (18)b ).

do-immaig v(*to-imb-ag-) drives about, drives. Pass. pres. um
85an croli[gi] .i. um an lighi uma tiumaiger a cro, O'C. 2437
( Eg. 88, 35 ). Pret. 3 s. in fiallach timthacht (leg. timacht =
doimmacht?) in tarb that drove the bull, TBC² 1355 . gabais a
buachaill a tarb ndib, conid timtachtar (?) taris i mbernai
n-imchumaing, 1356 = conid timachtatár , LU 5828 . IGT
Verbs § 69 . Vn. timáin.