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dorchla n t, also dornchla. door: d. ¤ (ón dorus) m., IGT Decl. § 2
(39.3) . dorncla .i. dorus nó sinister, ut est cid imda ar tech
80nDiabuil ndorncla, O'Dav. 760 = dornchladh, H. 3.18, 628 =
gid imda ar tech ndíabail d. ¤ (: dorcha), IGT Decl. ex. 56 .
cain dornn cliath, Laws v 474.13 . cain dorncliath .i. a
denam ┐ a turcbail ┐ a nadbaill fuirri, O'C. 870 ( H. 3.18 391b ).
briugadh dorncliach, dornncliaidh imda lais, 981 (423a). ór
85ar dhornnchlaibh a ndonnbhrat, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 94.9 .
támoid i focraibh di dorclaib an báis (= appropinquamus ad
portas mortis), Aisl. Tund. 101 § 1 = do uathbhasaibh, p. 127 .
gurba trí dorchlo (= in similitudinem trium portarum), 98
§ 1 = trí doruis, p. 125 . dromchla a rothuirsi dorois | d. ¤ a
hothairsi osglois (elegy), 3 C 12, 311.14 . Note also: valua
5qu[a]e dicitur dorncleth, V. SS. Hib. i 167 and n.

Dorchlam n.pr. o,m. tri maic Dorchlaim , Met. Dinds. iii 52 .

? dorchra: ind go mbriocht ngléis-iomláin ngeas nd. ¤ , Keat. Poems
1219 . Leg. dorcha?

Dorchú n.pr. n,m. D. ¤ mac Linne, Expuls. 27 ( Y Cymmrodor
10 xiv 134 ). gen. Dál nDorchon , ib. m. Dorchon, BB 154b9 .

dorchugad xsee dorchaigid.

1 dord n o buzzing, humming, droning, intoning: dórd bech, SG
266.16 . canaid lon dron d. ¤ , Four Songs 20 § 6 . Of a bull: ba
do buadaib Duind Cualngne cran-d. ¤ (= crann-d. ¤ ?) dogníd
15cacha nóna, TBC 1538 . d. ¤ daimh belling of a stag, Buile S.
34.16 . d. ¤ na murduchann mermaids' chanting, RC xv 433
( Dinds. § 42 ). cechnadar d. ¤ n-amra do R. co rotuil súan, ib.
d. ¤ na samguba, xvi 31 . ag síobhra ar dhórd chéolchar be-
witching with melodious murmurs
, Hackett xxi 40 . dórd Fir
20tuinni, Acall. 450 . ba bind mo d. ¤ dar dubráen, Im. Brain ii
290.4 . cid binn a d. ¤ fri duana, ZCP i 455 . canais int oglach d. ¤
dho cor cuir a suan, IT iii 197 § 52 . canaid a chéle fer-d. ¤ dó;
contuili friss, TBC² 1810 . gabhsatt in muinter forsin d. ¤
cedna took up the same burden (of some kind of weird and dis-
25cordant noise produced by phantoms), RC xiii 6.18 . d. ¤ Gaill
iar ndērach a bārc the plaint of a foreign merchant when his
vessels have been looted
, Bruchst. i 41 § 5 ( FM 661 ). Boroma
Laigen . . . roindte a tri cen dremna nd. ¤ without angry
murmurs
(?), Lec. 607a47 . Esp. dord fiansa of a kind of chant
30or refrain practised by the Fiana (accompanied sometimes by
sound produced by striking together the shafts of their
spears), see Mann. and Cust. iii 377 , Duan. Finn iii 256 .
[foglaim] duird fiansa do denamh, Acall. 881 . dochansam in d. ¤
fiansa re crannuibh ar sleg, 760 . rochanad in d. ¤ fiannachta,
35 6599 . attracht a d. ¤ fiansa attruagh ar aird go mbáttur uile
ag cáoi, RC xxiv 62 n. 2 . go ccuala . . . an tórd fiansa ba
binne ceolaibh, TFrag. 46.2 . binne inā d. ¤ fiansa, 3 C 12,
71.7 . ag éisteacht . . . re dórd siansach na Féinne, Oss. iii
258.24 . an faoidh doghnídh an d. ¤ Fhiann, iv 4.4 . ? a druith
40na halla . . . a dord im dronda (to a person), IT iii 98 § 162 .
Compds: ¤ brass: fri duanad d. detach, Lec. 35b16 . ¤ mass:
Mael Dúin d. `of the fine deep voice', Arch. Hib. ii 71 § 15 .

2 dord xsee dorn.

dordaid v(1 dord) makes a `dord' (in various senses of 1 dord).
45 Of a stag: dordaid dam bells , ACC § 63 Comm. ( RC xx 258 ).
Of chanting: a Cholco | bec a ḟis duid cia do ordo (leg. Cholcu
. . . dordu?), Anecd. i 7.5 . do sherc neich sech araile | i tir
nErend ní dordo (: Colco), 10 . in tan nodordad goe (= no-
chanad, of rhythmic utterance of a judge or diviner), RC xvi
5052 ( Dinds. § 100 ). im trāth cecha iarmēirghi dorddaid ceol
mbind (of a magic stone), Ériu ii 116 § 47 . bid fīr in dordán-sa
dordaid dam aingil which angels chant to me, ZCP viii 110 § 8 .

dordán n o,m. = 1 dord. Freq. as vn. of dordaid: d. ¤ an daimh,
Oss. iv 16.3 . [f]ri dorddān na damgaire, Ériu vii 2.12 . go
55beth dam ic dordan (: slān), Acall. 3516 . cuil becc nobíd ic d. ¤
dó, Moling § 73 . do bhádar na beich . . . ag deunamh dordáin
dó, Eochairsg. 62.21 . d. ¤ smōlcha the song of the thrush, K. and
H. § 24 . dorrdan rostibh (risthib, v.l.) in gaeth glan | geisidh
os chaill clithair, IT iii 67.9 (`eine wilde Weise', Bruchst.
60 § 154 ). éistecht re d. ¤ degban, Acall. 2893 . drémm . . . oc ullán
┐ oc dordan, Todd Lect. vi 54 . d. ¤ abráin dá ghabáil aige,
SG 281.11 . a Bhríd ní Dhuirnín gabhann tú burdún . . .
bíonn tú ag dúrdán, O'Gr. Cat. 617.2 .

1 dordánach ind= dordán: beith (= beich) beca bitháille ac
65dordánaigh arna torthaibh sin, Ériu iii 156.15 .

2 dordánach n(dordán): an mhuinntior chrónánach | dár dhual
bheith dórdánach muttering, complaining (?), PCT 770 . do
chaithsiod biadh go dorcha dórdánach, 648 .

Dórdmair pnsee Dornmar.

70 dorecart xsee doráegart.

doreccaid v 3 pl. d. ¤ iarsin co hEmain they come , TBC² 712
(reccaid, LU, see ro-icc).

Dorecdae pn Dorian: na Dorecdai , BB 3b56 . See Doracdid.

? doreincne: ind Magh Carna conair na cét | costarla Mlaise for
75sét | d. ¤ ar righalaib (leg. riaghlaib?) co mbloid | do shílad
creitme is cráboid, SG 28.33 .

Doreit n.pr. m. gen. Donngal mac D. ¤ , AU 765 .

do-reith v(*to-reth-) torreith, LL 123a25 (rhet.). ? toret,
122b46 . I Intrans. runs up, hastens (to a place): doreith duit
80. . . féil in deochoin Felic the feast of F. runs to thee, Fél. Apr.
16 . fethan aircit . . . imrith iar craund co sleig sair, in cein
n-aile dorreith coticci a dorn runs back to his fist, TBC² 3163 .
ainmne fri cech ndaidbre n-ūir, | nī bī ar sūil ní doreith
(: neich) nothing that speeds (to us) is before our view (according
85to our expectation
?) (i.e. the future is incalculable), ZCP vii
498.4 . dororithius re fēind Find, Acall. 2924 . dororaid
Sechnall S. hastened (to the spot), Trip.² 2884 . trait torrāid he
hastened thither
, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40 § 10 . fosceird i suan co
toraid in domnach Dia de nim till God's Sunday has come (?)
from heaven, Ériu ii 126 § 88 . intan dorertatar (dorethetar,
5 v.l.) fo fán `when they ran (?) down a slope', Hy. v 55 (.i.
roreithsetar, Comm. ).
II Trans. (a) runs through, traverses (?): gein torrachta d. ¤
aicned n-oll o Adam . . . co betha brath a cyclical birth which
traverses vast nature
(?), Corm. Y 1224 (tuirigen) = doreit, LB.
10 (b) hastens to, succours (= fo-reith): is maith doreith Dia a
muntir isna cumgaib, LL 282a28 , ib. 16 . doreithistair mor
ngalar do dainib troga (of St. Íte), Lec. 336b45 = foráith már
ṅgur ngalar, Fél. Jan. 16 . ? mani tisad athgabail trebaire do
reith do béscgna, Laws i 254.9 .i. da foirithin, 23 Comm.