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doirseóracht n ā,f. (doirseóir) act of guarding the door or gate;
office of doorkeeper: dorseoracht, IT iii 67.21 . cath-garrdha ic
doirrseoracht cacha daingin, MR 224.12 . dóig ní raibe
dóirseoracht air fó'n nam sin, SG 357.26 . dorsidi ri dorseó-
5racht air fó'n nam sin, SG 357.26 . dorsidi ri dorseóracht,
MU² 213 . ag dóirseóireacht an Chairn guarding the gate of the
C.
, JRSAI ii 342.10 . cuid hi Cheallaig do doirrseorecht rig
Conacht to act as warden to the king of C., Lec. 187b30 .
doirseoireacht sciobóil, Ó Bruad. ii 188.y .

10 doirseóraig ind(-aid) = doirseóir: cometaid ┐ doirseoraig, RC
xxvi 147 § 28 .

doirsige n io,m. = doirseóir: docoid in doirsigi cos in rig, Todd
Nenn. 80.2 . Cf. dorsaid.

doírsine n iā, f. (doírse) daírsine f., IGT Decl. § 3 . bondage,
15 oppression: daírsine, IGT Decl. § 3 (44.29) . in dairsini ┐ in
tanforran . . . do himred for Muman, Cog. 58.12 . tré bhuain
a ndaoirsine dhíbh | saoirsine fhuair ón Airdrígh, DDána 74.24 .
taír a saoirsine re seal | daoirsine dháibh a dheireadh, 3 C 13,
503.12 . Brian do thóg eacht oile | lér chuir dhíobh a ndaoir-
20sine, 655.4 . anuair bhéaras an Tighearna daoirsine a phobail
air ais, Ps. xiv 7 . go ham na dáoirsine, 1 Chron. v 22 .

doírsinech n(doírsine) bondsman, slave: ad daóirseanach , Deut.
xxiv 22 ; Lev. xxvi 13 .

dóirtech n(do-fortai) spiller: 'na dhóirteach fola, Ezek. xviii 10 .

25 doirthe xsee 1 doraid.

doirthes xsee dorthas.

dóirtid xsee do-fortai.

dóirtigid v= do-fortai: da ndoirtighter an bainne cích, 23 P 10,
21a28 . (of the embryo) doirtidhter a lordhothain do fhliucha-
30daibh soimhillsi cugi da oileamain, 36b28 .

doírugad n m. (doír) enslaving, abasing, making vile: rogab Día
deiliugad, rogab demon dairigad, ZCP vii 309 . In grammar,
name of a rhetorical device, the prefixing of the pejorative DO-
to a word: fer . . . sofer a shaerughudh, dofer a dhaerughudh,
35 Auraic. 1797 . aincit ar dā locht . . . saerugud is daerugud,
2096 .

dois adj mad, furious (?): co ndaithgnīm d. ¤ (: Téothois) (tois, nois,
v.l.), ZCP x 270.12 . But possibly g s. of dos.

do-isca xsee do-ícsa.

40 doise n(cf. dois) madness (?): arna mela doisi for dóini a digi
druis .i. arna himri se meiracht a dighi for na daoine, O'Dav.
163 .

? doisli ind .i. ainm ferainn, O'C. 965 ( H. 3.18 415 ). Perh. n. loc.

doíste n boor, churl: an daoiste dubh díobaighthe duairc, Ó
45Bruad. ii 14 . ná raibh a donn-dreach ag d. ¤ , Gadelica 284 . See
ib. 285 .

dóit(e) xsee doé.

-dóitech ind(doé, dóit): Feargus Andot . . . andoid .i. nemh-
dóidech (nemdotech, v.l.), ar bat gearr a dí láimh, Cóir Anm.
50 236 .

doitgi adj(itge) hard to entreat: nirip diumsach doguittech d. ¤ ,
LL 346b30 .

doith xsee daith.

doithbir xsee doithir.

55 doithcech adj(do + toicthech) unfortunate, needy: soitcech ┐
doitchech, sona ┐ dona, Laws iv 386.19 . See dodcadach.

doithchern x etc. see dothch-.

doithe xsee daithe.

dóit(h)e adj io,iā part. of dóïd burnt, singed: mucc maeldub dóthe,
60 BDD² 1352 . muc . . . dóiti, 353 . conid dub dóti in t-ard-
chrand, LL 150a22 . tír ndub ndothide, FA 21 . grán doite
parched corn, Ruth ii 14 . atá mo chroidhe ón síor-ghol
dóithte, Keat. Poems 183 .

doíthenach adj o,ā (doíthin) satiated, satisfied: ní dóithanach
65comraic never has his fill of battle (of Cú Chulainn), TBC 1355 .
ní doethanaig (saithech, v.l.) in maccrad do chlessaib cluchi
┐ ni rag-sa uadib corbat dóithanaig (comba saithig, v.l.)
cluchi, 990 -1. rodiurad fled forro corbatar daethanaig, SG
384.30 . rocaithset biad ┐ fín comtar dáithnig, PH 846 .
70 rothomailset comdar doithenaich, RC xxiv 196.11 .

doithfer xsee doithir.

doithid xsee dothaid.

doíthin n daethan m., IGT Decl. § 11 ( dóthan `lochdach', 54.6 .
dáothan: sáothur, exx. 362 , 364 ).
75 A sufficiency, enough , with subj. gen. or poss. pron. and
either partitive gen. or DE with ds.: doithin nonbuir cach
nóna sufficient . . . for nine, RC xxv 35.13 . ata ar ndáithan
bíd ina fil do chaerchaib sund, Mer. Uil. 21 . mo daothain
lendu ┐ bīd, Aisl. MC 115 . co nderna a doethin dér ┐ toirse,
80 Thr. Hom. 122 . cona ndáithin bó ┐ each, SG 55.4 . na
fagebtáis a ndoithin debtha, TTr.² 1465 . tuctur a l-lordhao-
thainn bherbhtha orra let them be boiled sufficiently, 24 P 32,
90.20 . ná caithidh forcraidh dar bar ndo[e]thain, RC x 72 .
doethain fichet di lind ┐ di biud enough ale and food for twenty,
85 Aisl. MC 114 . dáithin fer nErenn . . . do lind, YBL 315b17 .
triar ridiri ┐ triar sguiger ┐ daetain an seisir sin d'aradhaibh,
ZCP vi 37.29 . do chaithemur ar lōrdaethain don íasc,
Fianaig. 58.5 . a lórdhóthchain do gach cinéal corma, Maguires
of F. § 84 . Of a person: dóithin aonruire an fhoinn one who
would have been worthy to be chief of the land
, Ó Bruad. ii 148 .