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doírán n(doír) serf, slave: a doerain dūrcride, PH 3928 .

1 doirb adj(du-ṡrib, Wortk. 135 ) duirb, YBL 191a40 . (a) hard,
difficult: (superl.) issed as doirbem gl. difficillima, Sg. 168a1 .
ba d. ¤ dofhaisnesi do dóinib túarascbāil . . . do thabairt it
5would be hard for mere men
, Fianaig. 96.26 . is d. ¤ do Ghuairiu
a chreitem, SG 54.30 . ni d. ¤ la nnech a tabairt anyone can
understand it
, gl. nullam difficultatem, Ml. 42c13 . in ní as
doirbh le dáinibh is soirbh le Dia what men find hard God finds
easy
, SG 19.32 . doirb da (= do) tregan, atāi in gach aird it is
10hard to leave (get away from) thee
, Arch. iii 235 § 27 . cor doirbh
a thecht la mēt a tuile (of crossing a river), CCath. 454 . doirbh
anfhlaith dhíobh do dhéinimh it is hard to make them out
usurpers
, Content. v 111 . doirbh an dáil, DDána 29.20 .
(b) hard to bear, trying, adverse: doirbh sore, sharp , Eg. Gl.
15 224 . ? ibait deoga duirbbi fola, TBC 5846 = ibaib dagda
doirp a fuile, TBC² 3449 . Guas cēili Cuain . . . a nnúaill
nirbo dodaing doirb, LL 140a47 . ba doirbh (doilig, v.l.)
leisna hoccaibh ele an laogh do chaithemh the other youths
were aggrieved that the calf was eaten
, BNnÉ 4.10 . roghabh
20baisded . . . ┐ ba d. ¤ la gentiu sin the heathen were annoyed at
that
, Marco P. 16 . an tan dochonnairc Rígh M. an cath ro-dh. ¤
that the battle was too sore, 2 Kings iii 26 . is doirbh an smacht
don té thréigios an tṡlighe correction is grievous, Prov. xv 10 .
go fuil blodh dib co soirb . . . da dainib maithi ┐ blodh co d. ¤
25. . . da drochdainib unfavourable (of planets), Ir. Astr. Tr. 70 .
tria shligt[h]ibh doirpe docomhlacha, Fl. Earls 80.26 . go
n-abhainn ndocomhlaigh ndoirp, 90.7 . ceithre bliadhna
doirbe dēg inauspicious , Ms. Mat. 568 . gach beirt doirbh
dhar hinnleadh air | soirbh do imreadh na haghaidh vexatious
30(ill-natured?), Arch. Hib. i 91 . gáirleog dhoirbh pungent ,
Keat. Poems 1246 . As subst.: go mbedís Burcaigh in gach
áit do dhoirbh ar Bháiréadachuibh `as plagues to the Barretts',
Hy Fiachr. 338.7 .
(c) Of persons hard to please; dissatisfied, discontented (?):
35 trí chaogad éiceas, doirbh dāmh, Oss. v 44 . brain doirbi
` ravenous ', MR 120 . dobheir mé duilbhir doirbh, Ériu i 95
§ 50 . nach dleaghair do neach bheith doirbh fa thoil nDé do
choimhlíonadh, TSh. 8593 . do bhí Dáibhi doirbh displeased ,
2 Sam. vi 8 .

40 2 doirb xsee dorb.

doirbches xsee dorbc(e)as.

doirbe n iā, f. (1 doirb) IGT Abstr. Nouns § 27 . sullenness,
peevishness (?): cid natai a Bricriu ar Conchobar do thobairt
d. ¤ in airighidh di Ul—, IT ii1 174.21 . daer cach duirbi, Arch. iii
45229 . athair altruim a d hoirbhe the father who had fostered his
ill nature
, 3 C 12, 254.9 . doirbhe displeasure, dissatisfaction ,
P. O'C.

doirbechad x(1 doirb), IGT Verbs § 106 .

doirbes n u and o,m. (1 doirb) IGT Decl. § 38 . anguish, grief ;
50 doirbhios, Eg. Gl. 223 . ní bhíaidh doirbheas ar do chroidhe,
Deut. xv 10 . tháinic doirbhios orum, 2 Sam. i 9 . Pain, dis-
tress, difficulty: as comartha droicheaslainti ┐ docamhuil no
doirbhiusa (= mali morbi angorisque signum est), 23 K 42,
193.21 . as comartha drocheaslainte . . . no doirbhesa é, 24 P
5522, 108.18 . Adversity, hardship: re d. ¤ ┐ re hanshocair d' im-
char ar a corp fen, BCC § 429 . Discontent: nach dleacht do
neach doirbheas dá ghabháil, TSh. 8595 . doirbheas . . . fá ní
éigin . . . do dhéanamh disinclination , Desid. 6983 . ` peevish-
ness, disagreeableness ', P. O'C.

60 doirche x etc. see dorchae, etc.

doirches n o,m. (dorchae) darkness: nár thraoch a gclais é i
ndoirchios, O'Gr. Cat. 562.15 . d'osglais dlaomh doirchis, 26 .

doírda adj(doír) pertaining to a serf, of servile condition: feb eolus
daerda, BB 275a5 . dis daerda dichaem, Lec. 545a31 . fid
65daerda, Lec. Gl. 215 .

doire xsee daire.

doíre n iā, f. (doír) (a) captivity, bondage, slavery: doforsailced in
doire the captivity has been loosened, Ml. 131d1 . amal bid iar
mai[d]m chatha forru dubertis ba samlid a ndoire leu, 84c9 .
70 ni bai dóere bad teinne, SR 3675 . a bithdoéra (: do-t-rega),
3344 . daire amlaid . . . ni tharlaid for bith buide, 3667 .
daoíre a cuinge the oppression of her yoke, O'Gr. Cat. 518.3 .
g s. inna doire , Ml. 61d9 . in calamitate .i. inna doire, 14b10 .
fo brón na dóiri, Thes. ii 308.25 , gl. fo déraib, Hy. ii 2 . isse
75seo fochond a doere, Thes. ii 309.14 . for tuatha De tabrad
(leg. -aid?) cach tormach ndoére, SR 3884 . inaimsir na trom-
daire, 3694 . d s. conairleicthea asin doire ho Chir, Ml. 34d21 .
reversionis .i. macc nIsrahel a dóiri, 46a5 . taidchuir macc
nIsrahel a doire, 46a26 . issi a lobrae in popuil son isin doire,
80 45c9 . nonsoerni . . . di doiri babelon[e] doratad fornn, 46b26 .
ar comthod ni as in doiri, 111a5 . arna tormal mo saigul
nuile i ndoiri, 119b6 . nachabticfed for ri . . . a toiri, 46a14 .
Codrige a ainm inna doere i nErind, Thes. ii 308.36 . comboé
fo daire in-Egept, SR 3168 . in cethramath toisich . . .
85dodechaid asin dore (leg. doíre), Hib. Min. 212 . de dóiri Égipte,
Fél. Ep. 532 . combái . . . oc ingairiu in dōiri, Mór M. § 3 .
Patraic . . . ind inbaid sin i ndaíre in hErind, LU 266 . nis
bia i n-daire damsa acht fogain don choimdid, IT i 40.39 .
aititmit . . . ar mbeith fén a ṅdoire ar ar pecthaib, PH 7977 .
i ndaeire ┐ i ndochraite ┐ i cumalacht do Eogan, SG 313.3 .
5 a s. re techt in doiri , Ml. 80d9 . roétrummaigset in babillondai
són doiri forsna cenela echtranna, 113c8 . ructha som i ndoiri,
102c7 . i mblogaib . . . cusin doriu (leg. doíri) baibilonde, Hib.
Min. 209 . is 'na comar rugad ind airc isin daire, Todd Nenn.
40.10 . dosratsat fo thromdoere, SR 3664 . ruccsat a ndocar
10. . . ┐ i n-daire tar fairrge . . . leo, Cog. 42.19 . fogebtís . . .
gorta ┐ doire, PH 4050 . traill a nomine trulla .i. lossat . . . ar
d. ¤ a fognama baseness , Corm. Y 1249 . dorat Eithne dáire
fuirri ┐ rop í in dáire .i. nái méich arba do bleith cech lái
servitude , SG ii 491.37 . daig fognait do na maithibh, is i a
15ndairi that is what constitutes their base status, Laws v 96.14
Comm. ní ar dhaíri na fineadhach sin acht ar dhaíri fhéir ┐
fhearaind ` liability ', BR 96.16 . In sense of stock held by
a base client: nochon i athcuirther acht in daire, Laws ii
208.27 Comm. Cf. saíre. Of the relation of a pupil to his
20 teacher: cach felmac i n-aimsir daire do fithidir, ZCP xiv 375
§ 38 ( Laws ii 288.7 ).
(b) dearness, costliness: (of Gobbán saor) go rodallta la
hoirbire na naomh for a dáoire friú ┐ méd a loighi for charging
them so much
(for building), BNnÉ 10.14 . in tan do-chuaidh
25an fearann a ndaoire, PCT 801 .
Compd. ¤ lige servitude: nos marthait a ndaoiriligi la Nei-
mhedh, Leb. Gab. 74.17 . in daoire lige, 19 .