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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 .

2 doraid n(dor) doorkeeper: ní bad d. ¤ duit fer serb sotal, Tec.
20Corm. § 34.11 .

Doraiden n.pr. m. D. ¤ m. Dungalain, LL 336a24 . Doraidhen
m. Dungalan, BB 92b49 . Doraigen, 88c36 . gen. Doraighen,
70a15 .

doraimbecht v perf. 3 s.: d. ¤ in bith a belaib diabail the world
25was
rescued from the devil, O'C. 439 ( H. 3.18 237a ). Appar.
compd. of bongid, see Ped. ii 460 , and cf. do-aithbig.

doraindi adj(rand) difficult of division: in set coitcenn d. ¤ property
held in common but indivisible
(in this case a live animal),
Laws iii 462.4 .i. aen beodil no aen marbdil is meisti log a
30roind that depreciates in value by dividing, 18 Comm. Cf. set
coitcenn soraindi, 460.24 .

Doraire n.pr. m. gen. co Fidach mac D. ¤ , TBC 4921 .

? dorairi: ind satharn duin bindi blogaig | rorosa rindi ar fuilib |
madgab d. ¤ ind fhogail | shatharn chonairi a mbruidin, YBL
35 125b29 . Cf. dorar?

doráith xsee ráith.

do-rala vsee do-cuirethar.

1 Doram n.loc. gen. Magh nDoraimh in iarthuascert maigi
Sennair (place where Tower of Babel was built), BB 316a15 .

40 2 Doram n.pr. o,m. gen. M. Inde maic Doraim maic Roin,
LL 332a60 .

dorám adj(rám) that cannot be rowed on, unnavigable: sruaim
ndorcha ndorām (: forlān), Bruchst. 62 § 140 ( IT iii 60 § 118 ).

Doran n.pr. o,m. gen. maic Dorain , JRSAI 1870-1, 400
45(genealogy of Cú Chulainn).

dorar norig. o,n., later treated as ā,f. n s. dóror n-ard n-ídlach,
IT iii 33.2 (dorar, v.l.). a s. for doror ndonn, 51z . g s. dorair,
Corm. Y 950 . d s. iar ndorair , FB § 71 . isin ndorir, Fianaig.
26.10 . Fight, battle, conflict, strife (a poetic word, less con-
50crete in signification than cath): d. ¤ (.i. dochur) dusi (.i. tren-
fer), LU 8944 ( FB § 71 ). d. ¤ .i. deabhaidh, O'Cl. conbuig d. ¤
ndian, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 18.22 . Art fri dūir ndorair ndeirgg,
i 30 § 34 . Mailruanaid . . . arching dorair ndualaig, Auraic.
5241 . co tucsat Lagin dorair doib for Gabrán gave them battle,
55 Ériu iii 142 . ní rabe isin Trói nech dobérad dorair doib, TTr.²
1657 . d. ¤ do lobraib foghnum do thrénaib, YBL 410b12 . dorat
T. urcar n-amnus for amus Aicil co ndorair moir, BB 438b49 .
ní rodlom dorair do saint ┐ cailti, ZCP iii 452.16 . roppo
dorair dú forria imdha Coluimb cause of strife (?), viii 198.4 .

60 do-rórann xsee do-foirndea.

do-rat xsee do-beir.

? dorata: ind atcota dūthracht d. ¤ , Anecd. iii 10 .

? dorathas: ind cunnrath .i. cuma d. ¤ .i. rat[h] dessiu ┐ rat[h]
anaill, Corm. Y 271 .

65 dorb n[ā,f.?] doirb f., IGT Decl. § 14 . small insect or worm (esp.
one that lives in water, opp. to cruim earth-worm): nimragba
naithir dichuind na d. ¤ dichur, IT iii 53.20 . conosib digh . . . ┐
co tarrla in duirb ina broinn, RC xv 464 ( Dinds. 66 ). batar
dá dhuirb isin uisci . . . ibid [in ben] duirb cacha dighe . . .
70conad dona duirbaib rotoirrchidhthea in ben, vi 175.49 .
roshluig duirb laisin digh ┐ bai in duirb sin a laimh in maic,
Cóir Anm. 251 . íba dhigh do duirbh, SG 80.2 . doberar dias
eórna . . . i crécht . . . ┐ duirp i crécht aile, LL 329a24 ( SG ii
493.3 ). in duirb mét lochad, 43 . d. ¤ dūrglass, Misc. Hib. 20.2 .
75 fursaind duind . . . dus in fil mila isin usci . . . conacadar in dí
doirb and, BB 259b46 . hi n-delbaib mil n-uiscci .i. hi richt da
dorbui, IT iii 241.2 . G. ┐ D. iad diamdar [di?] duirb their
names were G. and D. when they were worms
, Dinds. 66 ( RC xv
464 ). dercaid nad decsenach doirb annir imnair .i. in tan
80fegthar in doirb is i n-ichtur ind usci thed, LU 10255 (cf.
ZCP iii 234 § 18 ). Conall Cernach .i. . . . cern doroindi in darb
dael no in doirb dobai ina laim aca breith, Lec. 442a30 .
doirbh bheo [do chur] i gcréacht, Keat. ii 4566 . tuille dom
shniomh mo choirthe gan choimse | an duirb is daoire d'fhia-
85bhrasaibh the (gnawing) worm (of conscience), Ó Bruad. ii 168 .
? As n.pr. Doirb a quo Mag nDoirb, Dinds. 110 ( RC xvi 61 ).