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do-im(m)thiret v (*to-imb-di-reth-, Ped. ii 598 ) administers,
70 serves (someth.) . Indic. pres. 1 s. toimdirut gl. offitio (= officio),
ZCP xxi 281 (cf. fo-timdiriut, Sg. 185b3 ). 3 pl. cindas as
fetir nach pecad beith isinti rofeidlich Dia . . . inti da
timir [ ] da thimthirdead (-d- inserted over -r-)
aingil De sasad cach dia? to whom God's angels administer
75sufficient food daily
, YBL 156b5 . Perf. 3 s. ore is mac na
deachte dodrimthirid who has administered it ('who has
ministered unto it
'), Wb. 32c15 . 3 pl. ind aingil dorimthirthetar
ueterem legem, 32b5 . As simple vb.: nos forbred cech
cuccn . . . da thimthired . . . nothimtired do dhallaib 'every
80store of food which . . . she served . . . she tended the blind
',
Three Hom. 58 . ro thimthir a ngal . . . armu eile doib provided
them with other weapons
, CCath. 2129 . Hence with
accus. of person attends, waits upon, ministers to : ma dudrimthirid
is carcre 'if she has attended prisoners', Wb. 28d30 .
85 tonimthirend ind ingen co n-uisci biud serves him with,
RC xi 446 . is doimthirthed in clrech, KMMisc. 208 1 .
Cf. also: feib dodrimsired (leg. -rimthired?) beach il-lo ainle
as a bee bustles (?), TBC² 3553 . Vn. timthirecht.

doimne xsee domne.

Doimne n.pr. f. D. ¤ dethchach (one of the daughters of Fergus
5foltlebur), Rawl. 134b15 .

doimnechad xsee doimnigid.

doimnecht n ā,f. = domne: dofhás sé go lúath do bhrígh nach
bhfúair sé doimhneacht na talmhan, Matt. xiii 5 .

doimnes n m. = domne: doimhneas gan fhorus (of hell), TSh.
10 6444 . i ndoimhneas seanchais na sean `in deep knowledge of
antiquity
', Content. xxii 24 .

Doimni n.pr. m. gen. do Chlochur macc nD. ¤ , Trip.² 2089 .

doimnigid v(domain) deepens, lowers: Fir Domnann ó tochailt
na húire asrubrad . . . .i. fir nodoimhnigheadh an talomh
15 men who used to hollow out the ground, Ériu viii 13 n. 3 = fir
no-dhomhnai[g]dís, Cóir Anm. 225 . gabaidh in tionad . . .
morgad chuigi ┐ doimhnightear a creacht, 3 C 19, 26 va19 .
(Of a tumour) antan faiscitir mer uirre doimhnigi a áit . . . ┐
ní anann aen tamall and, 23 P 10, 86.z . (Symptoms of a
20disease of muscles of the eye) ase a comartha .i. corrad na sul
a tosach an tedma ┐ ní doimnigind ┐ ni ardaigand aindsein
(the patient) cannot raise or lower them (?), 92.5 .
Note also: co ndoimhneochar thu co ro-dhaingin do
mhian ┐ do shasadh ghlórdha na teghdhaisi sin = quod
25ingressa tanta amenitate perfunderis, ut . . ., ITS xxix 199.8 .
Vn. doimniugud: ac d. ¤ na class deepening the ditches, Aen.
2788 . acc doimhniucchadh díocc i thimcheall an bhaile,
FM vi 1968.x . (in intrans. sense) intan is follus iad a bfoirimel
ar tús ┐ doimhníugadh dóiph astech go hobonn they suddenly
30grow deep (penetrate) inwardly
(of ulcers), 3 C 19, 247 rb17 .
doimnechadh, IGT Verbs § 106 .
See domnaigid.

? doimsech: adj co tech nDeirg dorsig (doimsich, v.l.) daire, Met.
Dinds. iii 116 .

35 Doimthech pnepithet or sobriquet of Daire , father of the five
Lugaids: Daire D. ¤ .i. domatech .i. robhói daibhris ┐ terci
bhídh . . . fría lind, Cóir Anm. 69 . Daire d. ¤ .i. domh tech,
SG ii 463.43 . gen. m. Dáre Doimthig , ZCP viii 333.31 . cūic
maic Dāre Doimthig .i. na cūic Luigdig, Fianaig. 28.18 . mac
40Dairi Doimthich, Rawl. 158.8 . meic Daire Doimtig no Sír-
chrechtaig, 155a6 . Corcca Laigde .i. fine Daire Doimt[h]ig,
Corm. Y 444 . Note also: mic Rosa Doimthigh, Hy Fiachr. 14 .
mic Rosa Doimdigiu, 16 . As n.pr. m. Doimtech princeps
Treoit moer, AU 792 . Cf. FM i 394 .

45 doimthechta adj(imthecht) impassable; hard to travel over:
slighthe . . . dochra do-imtechta, CCath. 4763 . ba dorcha
do-imtheachta in conair, Aen. 1296 . a n-inad diamair
doimtheachta, TTebe 3836 . ba doimtheachta an maighen
. . . la haidhbhle na n-echt, FM v 1278 . gus an mBernus
50ndoraidh nd. ¤ , Hugh Roe 282.13 . i móintibh doimhne do-
imtheachta na drúise, TSh. 10662 . Compar. na coillti . . . is
dluithi ┐ is doimt[e]achta (sic leg.) a n-íarthar na hEorpa,
CF 820 .

do-inben v(*to-in-ben-) cuts, hacks, carves. Indic. pres. 3 s.
55 a des tindben cét, LU 3625 ( SC § 31 ). tinben laeochu, 3407
(§ 18). Subj. pres. 2 s. (as ipv.) tinme dún in m-biad,
Aisl. MC 65.13 (but perh. ipv. of denom. tinmid). ? 3 s. nír ching
din tress tinbhi chness th' aidgin-siu, TBC 4047 (but perh.
vn. and g pl.). Vn. tinme. IGT Verbs § 82 .

60 do-incai v(*to-in-ad-ci-, Ped. ii 488 ) Indic. pres. 3 s. gach giell
. . . dodaincie (datainca, v.l.), Anecd. iii 25.8 . Perf. pass.
dorencanas (leg. dorencas?) gl. perspectum, Ml. 33c18 . In
Mid.Ir. treated as simple vb., tincaid (rarely tenc-). Vn.
tincem, tincisin, tincud.
65(a) looks, gazes (at); intrans. with FOR or trans.: tincais
(fecais, v.l.) Medb for Fergus, TBC 1779 . tincais C. fair (is
inund ón ┐ nofégand), 2127 . tincais in caillech fair, CCath.
4037 . tencais C. fair, 6062 . rotenc ┐ romid ┐ romōrdēch uadh
for slógud an longphuirt, 4751 . ro tenc G. tairis in long ar
70cach leith, Grail 3681 . in tincud tincfat forsna haigib the look
with which I will look
, TBC 1345 . o rothenc A. na hairdi
aichtidi sin, CCath. 979 . rotencastair gristaitnem na n-arm,
1260 . rotencsat Cesair in[a] éo ard, 497 ; 2850 .
(b) sees to; responds to, deals with, satisfies (a claim, sum-
75mons, challenge, attack, obligation, foe, etc.). Rarely intrans.:
cadeat . . . m'urnadmand? ar F. . . . Tincsetar glinni cechtar
n-aí díb cu barbarda the guarantees . . . responded fiercely (to
the summons
), i.e. came forward(?), MU² 115 . ma asloat, gaibter
a sesci no a mblichta, mana tincatar unless they appear to
80answer their obligations
(?) (of persons under distraint), Laws
ii 120.11 Comm. rothincastar triur thriath-airech . . . ar
incaib in airdrig eitir é ┐ in t-urchar `sprang . . . between him
and the shot
', MR 254.8 . Trans. of things: cach óen do Domnandchaib
rotinc báig leis who had undertaken to fight on his
85side
(?), IT ii2 215 . dond ḟir nacha tincann `for him that does
not respond (to my poems
)', RC xxvi 23 n. 2 . as é an fer
thionchus an ghaiscidh do gaphail dligheas a disgur the man
who answers the challenge to fight (?) has the right to stop it
,
ZCP x 287.20 . Cruithne . . . doibh rothincha (rotinca, v.l.)
tochmorc | co tuc banntracht . . . dar Athmagh saw to finding
5wives for them
, Todd Nenn. 142 . da tincidh a n-īc `if he has
offered payment for them
', Laws i 146.2 Comm. maine thince
fine in giall if the f. does not respond to the hostage-surety, ii
136.z Comm. dia tince a biathad if he undertakes to feed, 308.6
Comm. rotincadh dligedh ris umpa seic right was conceded
10him
, i 74.y Comm. rotincad in tecusc sin ag trénfheraib in
túaiscirt these instructions met with response from (i.e. were
carried out), MR 178 . tioncaid bar rámada rib see to (ply)
your oars
, SG 344.9 . Of persons (esp. of answering an
opponent): menas tincitis Troiandai risin Trói anechtair
15 unless the Trojans should come to meet their attack outside
Troy
, LL 239b5 ( TTr. 1679 ). rottioncub-sa I accept thy
challenge
, SG 257.3 . gor thincastar . . . Conall until C. op-
posed him
, MR 254.8 . ar daigh co bhfinndais cia notincfeadh
┐ nogebhudh do lāim acu in comhlann (i.e. who would answer
20Cormac's challenge to single combat), Lism. 173rb35 . Of
satisfying someone's claims: muna tincar hí (of a woman
serving a notice on a defendant), Laws iv 12.24 Comm. mádh
gradh feine troisces . . . ┐ ni tincar if a noble fast . . . and is not
satisfied
, O'Don. 602 ( H. 3.17 453 ). co ro tincaitis he don
25gniom dorighensat fris they should give him satisfaction for,
Anecd. ii 42 . do tincedh Cithruaidh d'ór is d'airgiod `was
rewarded
' (of a minstrel), Duan. Finn i 5.14 .