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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 .

5 doithir adj dark, gloomy, ugly (?): d. ¤ .i. doidhealbh, ba d. ¤ an fear
.i. ba doidhealbhdha, O'Cl. d. ¤ cach n-uathach, Arch. iii 229
( Aib. Cuigni 107 ). ba doithfir in dealb i tanic Mider chuccu,
IT i 128.19 ( TE § 15 Eg.). ba dothfher in fer rosfuc | Étaín,
Met. Dinds. iii 350.29 . ?cach mor doithbir teicemhus chum mo
10thigerna dingebat hé `every difficulty', Acall. 5466 (soithbir,
Laud). ba turus troch, tromthuitted (-duithear, -duther, v.l.),
Met. Dinds. iii 82.56 . ? duine duthair deroil, Lism. L. 1458 .

? doithmidi adj compar. with de: an uair as treisidh linn reamar
is edruimidi ┐ is usaidi an fiabras . . . is truimidi ┐ is d. ¤ an t-
15emitriceus . . . Aderim gurub d. ¤ he cum dileaghtha an adbair,
23 P 10, 164vb9 ff.

Doíthnennach n.pr. o,m. Doithnenech (sic MS.), Gorm. Oct. 1 =
Daethennach, Mart. Don. Oct. 1 . gen. Dunchad mac Doith-
nennaich , Rawl. 159a12 . maic Doithnennaich , 160b23 .

20 ? doithnennán: ind ar cúl ra d. ¤ (sic leg.) ndian | ár naiged ra
sliab dá raen, SG 366.7 . Perh. n.loc.

doithnge adj(do+tengae). Form variable. evil-tongued, mischief-
making, back-biting: dligid . . . cach dotche miscais, Tec.
Corm. p. v n. = dothge, ZCP xi 84 = dotheṅga, 89 . nip
25diumsach . . . dogdech doithge, 84 . [níp] duilig dóinech
dothengae, LL 294a6 . dulbairi cach doichthe, Arch. iii
229.106 . cosáitech cech dotheng (dotheangthach, v.l.), Tec.
Corm. § 15 . doingthe, Triads 252 . fer dotheing (Bricriu),
RC xiv 424 = fer duaig dothengtha, LU 10473 = dotengai,
30 ZCP iii 261 . Cf. soithnge, dothengthach.

doithnges n(doithnge): écnach, augra d. ¤ ` foulmouthedness ',
Triads 213 .

? doitig: ind os drechmuigh doitigh domain | cóic oigfhir rochlaidh
Emain, Lec. 35b19 .

35 dol, dola xsee dul, dula.

1 do-lá v(*di-la-) puts away, expels, rejects: co nderlat a ngradh
maice `until they have put off their status of childhood', Ériu xii
8 § 7 . ar ba mac dormaine nad arlat con derlad until he was
sent away
, ZCP xv 320 § 13 . mac na mna druithi diluither a
40nucht na hanfine, O'Don. 953 ( H. 3.17 667 ). nos . . . is
fastaighthi arin lion ro bui ga dhenam e go ro diluit uile dibh
é . . . connegaid a dichur dib, O'C. 2279 ( Eg. 88, 20 (21)d ). dola
fír na fír .i. dilathar as é do réir firinne uair is anfír do beith
aga agra, 2410 (32 (33)b) = do la fír nanbfír, 1085 ( H. 3.18
45444a). dila bes innraic cid uaiti .i. dilaid a luigi inti bes innraca
ann cid he bes uaiti im lucht fira, 1194 (475b) `i.e. the oath of
the man of better character repels that of his antagonist,
though he may have fewer compurgators
', Plummer MS.
notes. ar dilat secht ngraid eclasa for secht ngraduibh
50tuaithe prevail over (?), O'D 1640 ( H. 5. 15 19a ) = ar dolaat,
851 ( H. 3.17 604 ). discharges, remits (debts, etc.): nocho
lenann feith (= feich) eile don fer . . . ma dia ndilaither de é
fo aethaib, O'C. 2091 ( H. 4. 22 72b ). a tuidme fri cinaid dia
nderlaither, Laws i 90.z . dillathar .i. ícar, 94.5 Comm. Cf. is
55i a forngabail . . . dia no toerlaither, v 256.y .i. dia ndilaither
di, 258.x Comm. dona derluidh dil .i. co na caomnacar a
diludh de, O'C. 2400 ( Eg. 88, 31 (32)b ). ní díbhann a lanene-
clann um nech co nerla dlighedh impa, O'D 896 ( H. 3.17
643) = co ndearla, O'C. 1131 ( H. 3.18 452b ). Cf. derla .i.
60dilsiugud . . . ut est nade doenachta derla, O'Dav. 618 . derla
.i. deghailt no dealugud, ut est issed in seised rath insin na
derlaither la Fene, 676 . Vn. díl. Cf. díchuirid, dílaid.

2 do-lá xsee do-cuirethar.

dolabartha adj(labraithir) unutterable, beyond mention: luach-
65saothair dolabhartha na bhfíreun, Donl. 48.12 .

dolabra ind(labra): na thaobh dúin ní dolabhra `it is not hard for
us to speak of Him
', A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 1 . Cf. dílabar.

dolaid xsee dolud.

dolaíd: ind adfias dúib tria (sic leg.) chobra cáim | cen dogra ┐ cen
70d. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 112 (= dolaeid, LL 194b48 ). Metri gratia
for dolaid (see dolud)?

Dolaisse n.pr. m. Dolaissi mac Cuinide, AU 638 .

dolam adj(do+lám, Loth, RC xxxviii 172 § 168 ) slow: nabdat d. ¤ ,
eirg don chraunn, SR 1253 = na ba dlomad duit, McCarthy
75 52 . eter do muintir d. ¤ , 126 . ? cach dubaiged dolum na bi
soillsi, O'C. 734 ( H. 3.18 351 ). d. ¤ .i. mall no ríghin, P. O'C.

dolámaig adj(lám) feeble-handed: senoir dīblidi dolámaigh,
Fianaig. 80.33 .

? dolar: ind is gabtha indiu in gabar bán | óir is d. ¤ lán in muir,
80 SG 243.32 (or leg. dol ar?).

Dolar n.pr. o,m. D. ¤ Durbha mac Gairb ri mara nIcht, CF 332 .
g s. mic Dolair , 106 . fa Elair nDerg mac nDolair , MR 216.9 .

dólás n o,m. (modelled on sólás, q.v.) sorrow, grief, anxiety:
duine ga raibe dolás a ngar do, BCC § 147 . ná h-imthig uainn
85fá d. ¤ , SG 262.9 . do dh. ¤ ┐ do dhaoirse ┐ do dhocamhal, TSh.
2027 . dolás ` desolation ', Eg. Gl. 233 . re d. ¤ an uilc anuair
thiucfas sé `of the desolation of the wicked', Prov. iii 25 . féu-
chuidh air oibribh an Tighearna noch dochuir d. ¤ ar an ttalamh,
Ps. xlvi 8 . an tan dobhiadh brón nó d. ¤ ar an mbainríoghan,
Eochairsg. 114.17 - 18 . aimsir chum dhóláis, ┐ aimsir chum
5damhsa, Eccles. iii 4 . dá dheascair dighe doláis, Keat. Poems
1072 . damhna doláis, 3 C 12, 11.17 . ? Cf. dolas .i. doicheall,
O'Cl.