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45 do-oggell v(dí-uss-gell-, see Ped. ii 537 . Forms with -ch-,
-g- instead of -c-, -gg- may indicate a verb *dí-fo-gell- or cell-).
I purchases: Pass. indic. pres. s. diuchla .i. cennach, ut est
diuchlathar enech dim .i. cennaighther no adhbullau[g]thar
honour is bought from me, O'Dav. 600 . diuchlither .i. cendaig-
50ther, O'Mulc. 334 . diuclidther .i. crenaidthear, H. 3.18, 69a .
Cf. mad giallna tra do rugialltar donaib rathaib so, O'C. 884
( H. 3.18 395b ). Perf. 3 s. dirróggel Cummen ┐ Brethán
Ochter ṅAchid cona seilb C. and B. had bought O.A., Ardm.
17b1 ( Thes. ii 239.15 ). dia brathrib fein, febda triall | isse
55dorúacell (written as correction over rochennaig) Iosiaph
(Ioseph, MS.), SR 3148 . iarom rodacar a ben | in tigernai
doruacel the wife of the lord who had bought him, 3174 . re-
demptis omnibus clericis . . . lan in derthaigi issed doruagell
Níall diib dia argat fesin, AU 963 = doruaichill, FM ii 684.16 .
60 dorogill G. in ferand . . . ó maccaib B., Misc. Arch. Soc. 146
(Charters in Book of Kells). doruaichill .i. dochennaig, O'Cl.
3 pl. darucellsat hua setaib ón `they had bought it with treasures'
gl. venalem fecerant sacerdotii dignitatem, Ml. 126d7 (see Thurn.
Gramm. p. 526 ). Pass. o Ua Riamán dergled , Ir. Charters in
65Book of Kells iii (Misc. Arch. Soc.). ba heisidhe a dunárus (sic
leg.) ó doruaichledh lais, Hugh Roe 186.16 . Sub. pres. 2 s. niss
bera conda dergle , Ériu xii 150 ( TE 14 ). 3 s. saeirid (saeiri, v.l.) a
fheraind indni adroipre ┐ doruaicle , Anecd. i 42.8 . ni udbair
nech seilb acht mad ni doruaicle fadesin acht mad a comcetfaig
70a fine, Laws iii 52.8 (cf. O'Dav. 1386 ). (Of a person who gives
land to the church for supporting him) as diles di (i.e. to the
church) co raib log fognama di and bes fiu a trian doruaicle, 52.z
.i. is diles don eclais ant orba doruacell ar gaire the land it
purchased for maintenance
, 54.11 Comm. duas do ic do cinn
75in fir isa dan, muna rodeirgle; mad doruaicle is a īc ris fein
if he does not purchase it . . . if he does, v 232.7 Comm. mac
baitside doroigle i mbreathaib aicnigh ┐ cuibse ┐ screbtra,
452.19 .i. do raro deiligedh sain do reir breithemnais, 454.11 .
dergligi .i. cennach, Ériu xiii 76 § 206 . deirgli .i. cennach,
80 O'C. 968 ( H. 3.18 416 ). Pass. cacha fuich a mac co nder-
gel[l]tar de to every cuckold his son till purchased from him,
iii 310.16 . .i. co roderbannaigter de, 17 . Cf. mac cumaile
mani dergelltar . . . .i. mene derbcendaigi, O'Dav. 1043 . Cf.
997 . Subj. impf. 1 pl. manis deirclimmis di thorud ar laám
85 unless we had bought it with the fruit of our hands, Wb. 26b16 .
With omission of do-: dochuas ó Chenel Eoghain . . . dar
muir co ruaiclidis .i. go cendcadís longas Gall-ghaoidhel, FM
ii 1112.1 .
II promises: doruaichill foirb Fer Fidh[gh]a dōib dia
mbidis coscraigh, RC xv 427 ( Dinds. 39 ) = doruachaill, Lec.
5 468a3 . doruachell lógu mora don scolaigi, Aisl. MC 5.23 .
rohorta in bidbu ina chinaid ┐ doruigled [nem] dia hanmain
`heaven was adjudged to his soul', Laws i 12.x Comm. (was
promised
?).

doolachta xsee doḟulachta.

10 do-omlacht xsee mligid.

do-opir v(*dí-uss-ber-, see Ped. ii 469 ). Ipv. 3 s. na tiubrad ,
Wb. 9d20 . Indic. pres. 3 s. doopir, Sg. 221b1 . 2 pl. dioiprid,
Wb. 9c23 . 3 pl. -diuprat, ZCP xiii 22.12 . Subj. pres. 3 s.
doniupra, Laws ii 212.20 . arnam-derbara (with imm), 338.16 .
15 co nama-nderbra, O'Dav. 709 . Impf. 3 s. nis-derbrad, Hy.
v 83 v.l. Perf. 1 s. dius-riubart, RC xii 72 § 45 . Pass. pres. s.
ni diubarar , Ml. 112a4 . Subj. pres. arnacon-derba[r]thar,
Laws iv 196.1 . Part. díuparthae. Vn. díupart.
Takes away; deprives, defrauds ; gl. fraudare Wb. 9c23 , d20;
20 privare, Ml. 54d18 , 68c8 , 112a4 , Sg. 28b21 . With accus. of
thing: doopir sens in diuit it takes away the sense of the simplex,
Sg. 221b1 . ni diupurar nach tidnucal adaimtur no gift which
is acknowledged is to be taken away (back?
), Laws ii 300.21 .
? dibruiter cach cethruime ina cēt-cinnaidh one-fourth is taken
25off for its first offence
, iii 234.2 Comm. Usually with accus. of
pers. and prep. of thing taken: na tiubrad cach a chéle, Wb.
9d20 . a m-mac rempe nis-derbrath (-brad, v.l.) `could not
defraud her
' (?), Hy. v 83 ( Thes. ii 347 ). cit in pecdaig nísdiu-
bair Dia dia degmāinib, ZCP iv 241.9 . ni diuparar di nach
30marb-muin he is not to be defrauded of his death-benefits, Laws
ii 272.15 . diusriubart die sētaib, RC xii 72 § 45 . nár dhiupair
nech ima atharda ṅdílis, LB 150a12 .
See díbrid, díbert, díbertach.

doos n(do + foss?) sloth, dilatoriness (?): noco techtand in spirut
35noeb dolma no d. ¤ ina gnimaib (= tarditatem nescit), PH 5443 .
See doüs.

do-oslaici xsee do-fúasailci.

dootair: adj am dillid dimain d. ¤ ` unprofitable ', Ériu viii 173.3
(rhet.) (do + 1 othar?).

40 dopall: adj damradh d. ¤ , Anecd. i 58 § 64 (= dub-ball black-
limbed?).

dophar xsee 1 dobur.

do-pliún(a?): ind an dupliuntais gl. torpentes, Ml. 46a23 . See
tophliúin.

45 1 dor n o a pl. duru, Rawl. 155a18 = dor, Lec. 245a50 . Wortk.
191 . door, gate; confine: d. ¤ nime, RC xvi 277 ( Dinds. 160 ).
congaib in doraib Grécce .i. in imlibh Grecce, Leb. Gab.
114.12 (poem). As n.loc. (in pl.) deich maic Conaill Cloen,
a coic dib ar doraib, a coic aile iar ndoraib . . . inna coic fri
50duru aniar, Rawl. 155a15 - 18 . Also in Cúan Dor, Glenn Dor
( Glandore ), Wortk. 191 . See Hog. Onom. s.v. dur . an sén
dochuir ar cath nDor (Glandore?), 3 C 12, 236.3 . Compd.
Dorchū n.pr. m. (lit. gate-dog, watch-dog), ZCP xiii 169.37 .
Note also dordhuille `a valve, folding door ', P. O'C.

55 2 dor ind .i. duine muine, H. 3.18, 634c . See 1 dormaine.

3 dor: ind nidam deog dearmait do eges imluad acht aene | dara
d. ¤ daen deim in doimthriathaib, Lec. 340a21 .

Dór n.pr. o,m. Slige Assail maic Dóir duinn, Met. Dinds. iii 280 .

1 do-rá v(cf. ráid): do-bebae do-beba do-rerae do-rera cāch bói
60cách bías `abgefahren ist, abgefahren wird', ZCP xi 85 § 37 .
cach flaith nad bí co fīrbēssaib fírinne follnathar . . . do-bá
do-béba do-rá do-rera con-gaib con-scara, 87 § 49 . missi dó
ra radúain rann | co barr críchi claduair `I will bring (?)', Ériu
vii 219.2 (leg. do-rat?). ar-dom-rulla-sa mo bith | atchíu is
65dom rith dom-rāifes (: lāichess) `it will carry me (?)', PRIA xix
544.26 ( LL 146b48 ).

2 do-rá v saw (B. na f.): dorāis būadhris (.i. dochonnac aisling),
ZCP v 488 § 6 . doraa in māin (.i. dochonnaic an eladha,), § 7 .

Doracdid: pn in d. ¤ insin gl. Dorice, Sg. 204b9 . See Dorecdae.

70 ? doraecar: ind már n-indtech n-ecomlainn d. ¤ baes, SG 321.11
(rhet.).

do-raed vsee do-foídi.

doráegart v perf. 3 s. d. ¤ Díarmait a adnacul hi Cluain m. N.
` requested ', ZCP iii 206 § 3 = dorecart, RC xvii 190.6 (MS.
75reading) (Tig.). Cf. do-goa, fris-gair.

1 doraid (? do + réid, see Thurn. Gramm. p. 104 ). I As adj.
difficult, uneven, rough: doraidh .i. aimhréidh, O'Cl. cid ecen
aisndís doneuch as doruid `to explain whatever is difficult', Ml.
14d3 . dliged n-d. ¤ `a difficult dictum', Thes. ii 293.21 . hi tucu
80cheist nd. ¤ ndil, 25 . is d. ¤ an n-uidi, atā Slīab Fhuaid etruib,
TBC² 377 . is d. ¤ inn aircetul, Ériu v 32.5 . ropu doraidh laisna
huctaru na nGāidel cinnas noroinnfitis chrao ┐ díbad, Ériu i
214.1 . is fota int immun ┐ is d. ¤ , Trip.² 1342 . tar ath ndoraidh
n-iomdhomhain, Hugh Roe 24.23 . Of the hand stout,
85 sturdy (?): gabais . . . a gae ina durn d. ¤ , LL 34a34 . a chuach na
desdurn d. ¤ , Ériu iv 100 § 33 . hard, harsh: as doraidh mo
dhíol hard is my fate, Buile S. 24.z . secht mblīadna dó i
ndeilb d. ¤ in hard plight, Fianaig. 46 § 2 .
II As subst. difficulty, trouble: du thabairt d. ¤ du glé, Thes.
ii 294.4 . cen doraith `ohne Schwierigkeit(en)', Bürgschaft
5 15 § 51c ; see also 9 § 22 . rí roroén romaib cen meth | cech nd. ¤
for cech oenleth, SR 7426 . rofitir . . . a ndo d. ¤ tarraid Coin
Culaind, LU 9150 ( FB § 39 ). (A prayer for protection) ar
dhoraidh ó dhíabul, ZCP x 347 § 3 . dál dia fuair doirthe
troubles, vexations , Met. Dinds. ii 412 (doirche, v.l.). der-
10bairdeda doirrthi ┐ figrad firuilc, TTebe 2720 (doirrchi, v.l.).
? dorinne C. doraidh maith `C. made good pursuit' (a good
fight
?), AU ii 464.3 . difficult or uneven place: dafuarcaib a
thré[n]fher dar d. ¤ , Trip.² 2042 . cros Críst orm fri gach
ndoraidh | iter fán ┐ tulaig, Laud 615, 55 . rí dosfuc for
15so[i]rthib sláin | a doirthib díthruib dermáir, SR 5073 . arna
ragbad Dair conair chuimgi ┐ doirthe na Frigia fair, Alex. 166
(= doirchi, BB).
As n.pr. oróit do D. ¤ , Thes. ii 287.31 .