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do-inóla v(*to-in-uss-la, see Ped. ii 511 ). Indic. pres. 3 s.
doinola gl. adplicat, Ml. 25b3 . rel. doninola, Tur. 110 . Subj.
pres. 3 s. is ecen continola inna huili doilbthi, Thes. ii 6.33
( Acr. 13b1 ). ara tinola , 244.27 . Pass. s. doninoltar gl. occupari,
50 Ml. 24a8 . pl. arna tinolatar gl. inplicantur `that they may not
be collected
', 55b5 . Perf. 3 s. dorinól gl. locasse, 51a21 . SR
6485 . ? lase conrothinoll , Sg. 66b23 . 3 pl. dorinolsatar, SR
2757 . Fut. pass. tinólfither (sic leg.), Thes. ii 38.3 . Part.
tinolta gl. locata, Ml. 145d1 . Later as simple vb. tinóilid. Vn.
55 tinól.
Gathers, collects ; (of armies) musters, assembles . I Trans.:
inna brodscuad anglana .i. doninola the unclean rubbish which
it collects
, Tur. 110 . ara tinola soalchi that he gather virtues,
Thes. ii 244.27 (Cambr.). toirthi in domuin . . . | táircaid,
60tomlid, tinolaid, SR 2624 . ara chind tinolsat dail, 3109 .
tinolsat tor tolach talc, 5077 . (reflex.) dosrinolsat do im-
cassin na hairce, 5439 . rothinolad lais insain | na fuair frisna
secht ṁbliadnaib, 3393 . dor'inól sluag . . . i n-agaid nDauid,
6897 . is mé dorinól in slúagad-sa, TBC² 24 . doinōlat a mbāi
65do mnāib ┐ maccaib hi Cūailnge, 868 . cet n-ech srianach
ratinol, IT i 125.14 . is hed rotinol this was the cause of the
assembly
, Mon. Tall. § 73 (157.15) . rotinolad leis an-robái i
n-airiur Gréci do longaibh, TTr.² 130 . rotinólait slóigh ┐
sochaidhe móra, 197 . cotorinol lán a utlaig do bissib ega,
70 Trip.² 126 . dosrinólsat cuána mára cucu do chonaib alta,
LL 282b37 . co rotinólta fir hÉrenn dó, Ériu iv 144.1 . tinolaid
Cumall a socraiti chucu, RC ii 88.35 . is áes side Brig Leith
dorinólsat in n-orgain, xxii 401 . tinolfaiter muinter nime ┐
talman, iv 250.3 . nir taibged a hēntir riam ar (sic leg.) tinolset
75amlaid sin, xviii 174.24 . gur thinóil ┐ gur tochastail ógrio-
graidh Alban, MR 110.9 . do-thionóilsiod a n-oireachtas um
an áird-rígh, ML 56.4 . rothinóiletar a slúag ┐ a sochaidi,
Fianaig. 76.29 . (Of women) conscarat nád rothinólat destroy
what they cannot collect
, Tec. Corm. § 16.96 . tinólfaider uanni
80`a muster will be made by us', CRR § 22 . gach molt dogebthi
. . . as do ionsoighid na tulcha sin dotionoilti, Hy Fiachr. 96.9 .
tinoilter . . . a ndamrada chucu, Lec. 613b28 . co rotineoilid o
Iuil `were rallied', Todd Nenn. 60.6 . is na h-aimsir rotineolaid
in seanad i Constantin, 68.8 . roraid Dia . . . tinoiltear na usci
85atait fo nim a n-eninad, Lec. 528a22 . With cogn. accus.
corthinoil Crimthann morthinol Laigen, 609a29 . dorionail
an lion as lía conanagair, Hugh Roe 294.17 . doionalat a
laochradh ┐ a laith goile, Leb. Gab. 246.7 . tinoilter na
luibhe . . . a mí mhai, 24 P 32, 209.20 . an tí chruinnigheas . . .
go haindlightheach, do dhruing eile thionólas, TSh. 7173 .
5Impers. with AR: rotinoiled ar na Tiabandaib a muster was
made of the Thebans
, D iv 2, 77a27 . Cf. ro tinoiledh . . . air
the distress was levied on him, Laws ii 140.21 Comm. Part.
go léir thionóilte in full muster, ML 62.8 . Rel. Celt. ii 192.31 .
(of two persons) puts together: o forruired in cobled i n-aidhchi
10na n-inboth (.i. na baindsi) torinolta i tech for leith, Trip.²
228 . joins, fastens: tinólfither (sic leg.) gl. applicabitur, Thes.
ii 38.3 . Of reefing sails: no tinoilfitis . . . seolbrata a long,
CCath. 3736 . combines: (of an ague) ise sin an fiabrus a
tinoilter teas ┐ fuacht ann a n-enfheacht, 23 P 10, 13a16 .
15 makes up (a total): tinóilter an cét ésga ambolis re trí bliad-
naib coitcinna `the first intercalary moon is made up of three
common years
', O'Gr. Cat. 306.9 . tinóilter an tésga sin a
mbiseach an aen lae dég is made up out of the eleven days'
excess
, 306.2 . Of literary work, history, genealogy, etc.
20 compiles, collects: isé dodaairinal ind oen lebar ┐ roscriph,
Hib. Min. 214 . nech . . . rotheglaim ┐ rothinoil an leabur sa,
AU iii 430 . Moel-brigte clausenair romtinol, MacCarthy 9 .
gurob é tráth do tinóileadh an saetar so .i. an tan dorindedh
an leabhar sa, O'Gr. Cat. 290.21 . dothinóilseam in geinea-
25lach-sa a croinicib na nGaeidel, Lec. 158b9 . dotinoil Ipocras
ina comhradh fein in tsuim-so, 23 P 10, 9b38 .
II Intrans. tinólsatar . . . slóig mora macc n-Israhél, SR
5617 . tinoilit fir Muman ina naigidh, RC xxiv 184.1 . is aire
nothinóldais cacha samna, SG 319.8 . rotinoilset . . . Luagni
30Temrach, CF 75.70 . rothinoilsit im Adam, MacCarthy 64.23 .
(of the decay of the bardic schools) dursan an taobh dhá
dtáinig | a mhoille thrá thionáilid, Ir. Review 1913, 595 § 12 .

do-insam v(*to-ind-uss-sem- ?) pours, drops. Pass. pres.
tindsamar fuil fichda fland | a corpaib segda sóerchland,
35 LL 275b46 . Also tinsanaid intrans. drops, trickles: dotháet
bróen do thopur Iordanen co rothinsan fair i ndenus a baiste,
Lism. L. p. 350 . co rotarraing dlái asa bun ┐ co rotinsain usce
iarum, RC xv 462 ( Dinds. 64 ). Vn. tinnsaitin, tinsanad.

do-inscanna v(*to-ind-scann-, Ped. ii 613 ). Indic. pres. 3 s.
40 doinscannsom, Wb. 17c8 (see Thurn. Gramm. p. 358 ).
tinscana, Sg. 157b3 . 3 pl. tinscanat, 162b1 . Subj. pres. 3 s.
doinscana, 6a5 . doinscanna, Thes. ii 36. 28 . Fut. 1 pl.
tinscanfam, Wb. 15a1 . Pret. 3 s. hondí donindscan gl. ex quo
. . . esse coepit, ZCP vii 484 ( Enchir. Aug. 82a ). Perf. 3 s.
45 tindarscan, Tur. 49 . Part. inna cáintinscantai gl. bene coepta,
Ml. 131c18 . Later as simple vb. tin(n)scnaid. Vn. tinnscetal,
tinnscna, etc. See also in-tinscanna. IGT Verbs § 44 .
Begins, etc. gl. incipere, Wb. 15a1 . coepisse, Enchir. Aug.
82a ( ZCP vii 484 ); Ml. 131c18 .
50 I Trans. (a) in gním tindarscan iohain, Tur. 49 . dorinnscan
D. . . . tempul, SR 6885 . N. . . . cetnadarinnscan ārim, 2244 .
co torinscan congbáil hi nD. M., Trip.² 2672 . tindarscan . . .
inna filidechta druídechta, 558 . maith tinscantar ┐ nad berar
co forcenn, Mon. Tall. § 90 . comaill in ní rothinnscanais,
55 PH 1848 . is and-sin tindscanmait cumachtu i n-a n-anman-
naib we begin to get power over their souls, 2058 . críochnughadh
an tuir do tionnscnadh leó, Keat. ii 20 . Esp. of beginning an
action: intan rothinscanastar ascnam co araile inse, Thes. ii
299.7 . doindarscannat side . . . cuingid . . . ind orci, Corm. Y
60 883 (76.x) . tinscan imram start rowing, Im. Brain § 30 .
rothindscansat in Troíaendae cathughudh, TTr.² 150 . cia
nothindscanaind a aisnéis, Ériu ii 132 § 109 . dorinnscan
nemeli mor do denum, CCath. 980 . tionnsgnam cruinniughadh
na soitheach, TSh. 2369 . do thindscain S. sliabh G. do bheith
65aigi fein, ITS xix 48.12 . In sense of founding, establishing,
instituting: tindscnadh consaileacht ag Romancaib, Todd
Nenn. 66.5 is leis rotinscantá munceda óir fo braigtibh doene
i nhErind, LL 2323 . is leis rotindscnad failgi im doidib artus,
Lec. 441a29 . Note also: di táinic an esaonta dár tionnscnad
70cath C.T. which led up to, SG ii 488.38 .
(b) attempts, devises, undertakes: doinscannsom cid cut-
rummus fri dia `attempts even equality with God' (of Lucifer),
Wb. 17c8 . tinscansat imteacht chalad, AU 808 . da mince
uair do-tindscónadh C. dul ar an bfhasach, BCC § 271 . na
75rotionnsccnadh a hionnshamail do cor go h-Erinn riamh (of
weapons), FM vi 2086 . ná tionnscuin olc a naghaidh do
chomharsan, Prov. iii 29 . mar do thionnscain mé is amhluidh
sheasfas `as I have thought', Isa. xiv 24 .
II Intrans. ind liter hua tinscana in chetna persan with
80which begins
, Sg. 157b3 . ce doinscana sí ó guthaigthi, 6a5 .
im trath terta tinscana(i)t frossa fégfola, SR 8033 . and
tinscann . . . praicept . . . Íssu, Fél. May 1 . is iarsunn doin-
scana(i)tt gradhda inna flaithe, Laws iv 320.6 . an té . . .
thionnsgnas uaidh féin, Eochairsg. 9.25 . tionnsgnaidh an
85chríoch (= finis incipit), TSh. 6466 .

do-insort v pret. 3 s. (*to-ind-ess-org-, see Ir. Recht 12 ): d. ¤ a
comlaid frisa síd `she jammed the door against the knoll', RC
xxv 344.8 . Conall gaibais a llaim do rot, doda-insort hi-rroi
`stiess(?)', Ir. Recht 12.2 (de dorinnsort, Comm.). See do-
immoirg
, do-indoirg.