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do-slí v(*to-slí-, Ped. ii 631 ) Indic. pres. 1 s. ni tullim , LU 10300 .
3 s. do-sli, Laws i 242.1 , ii 78.19 , etc.; PH 8380 . doslíi, Laws
iv 336.4 Comm. toslui (?), ZCP xiii 23.4 . ní tuille , PH 8380 ;
80 Laws v 272.3 . ní tuilli , 384.8 . 3 pl. dosliat, iii 492.11 etc.
dusliat, v 138.10 . ni tuillet, 404.17 . ni tuillit , 160.2 . Impf.
3 s. ni thuilled , LL 217a44 . Subj. pres. 3 pl. doruillet, Laws iv
196.1 . Impf. 1 s. co toroildind , Mon. Tall. 136.27 . Fut. 1 s.
do-sn-uilliub, LL 284b24 (= dosnuillib, Fél. p. 154 ). Perf.
85 3 s. doruilli, BB 400b32 (?). 1 pl. ní rothuillisem , Wb. 24d6 .
Vn. tuillem.
In Mid.Ir. treated as a simple vb. with root tuill- and somet.
confused with tuill- finds room (see 2 do-alla); cf. Eg. Gl. 590 :
tuill ` contain, deserve '. IGT Verbs §§ 71 - 73 .
Deserves, merits, earns, is entitled to, incurs (in good or bad
5sense). Freq. in Laws (text). is mo doslí oldaas a on húare
doslíi lóg a enech it entails something which more than offsets
the insult
, Críth Gabl. 551 . sellach dosli leth-fiachu, Laws i
242 . dosli tri seotu cachu dechmaidi, v 340 . iss mo do thorbu
dosli cach ben bes druinech olldāite cid rīgna, 382 . dosliat
10fiacha, 138 . dusli fiacha bar ccoimchionadh, Leb. Gab. 32
with gloss .i. do tuillebair fiacha. cain aigillne ┐ giallnu, cid
dosli what does it entail? ZCP xiv 338 § 1 ( Laws ii 222 ). ní
thuille fochraicc acht doslí péin, PH 8380 . co toroildind
bendachtain, Mon. Tall. 136 . mo bennacht . . . mogenair
15nech rostuillenn, ZCP xii 386 . nīr tuillset m'esccaine ná
mh' oirbire riam, BNnÉ 267 . cor' tuiltis a tuarastal, Met.
Dinds. iii 70 . gach clú d'ár thuill Beannchar Uladh, Keat. i
52 . O Gormgail nár thuill tabeim, Hy Fiachr. 186 . riamh nír
thuillebair masla | i n-am chatha, O'Gr. Cat. 504 . an té . . .
20dorinne na neithe do thuill buillidhe, Luke xii 48 . mūir na
faitchi, feib dasli, | rosdelbtha do findruini as it deserves it, i.e. as
is fitting
(? impers.), SR 417 . co ḟuigh be cach aen mur thuillfes
lá na brethe do maith nó dh'ulc, ZCP ii 230 . Followed by ó of
pers.: muna iodhlaicit . . . tuillit ó Maodhócc mallacht they
25incur the curse of M.
, BNnÉ 259 . M. . . . nar thuill (thill, v.l.)
ó énneach anaoibh, 289 . co tuillem bendachtain ón Spirut
Náem, ZCP viii 214 . dogénainn mar in gcétna fortsa dá
dtuillteá uaim é, SG 338 . ? do thuill ón reacht bearnadh ball,
Ó Bruad. ii 270 . With vn. phrase as obj.: rotuillis bās d'fagail
30 I deserved to die, ZCP vi 27 . mac nar thuill a lí do luisneadh
who never had cause to blush, Ó Bruad. ii 186 . gur tuilleadh
leis an bás do bheith i gcinneadh dhó, TSh. 514 . galúin ime
mar cháin . . . ar gach cūiger da ttuillfe cassaoid do dhenamh
orra dona buannadhaibh that gives the Buonaght cause of
35complaint
, Ulster Journ. of Arch. vi 61 . Cf. further: sibh
féin fo thár ná tuillse, Content. xxiii 6 . Followed by DO of
pers. brings (on), earns or incurs (for): ni thulli fochraicc do
neoch acht dofairce péin . . . for nech, PH 8377 . do thuill sé
dhó féin ┐ dá chloinn é (sc. an bás), TSh. 2541 . t' ḟine féin dar
40thuill sibh diomdha . . . fear bhfuinidh on whom you have
brought the anger
, Content. xvi 195 . maith do thuill a mbéasa
dháibh | a bhfuairsead uatha d'anáir, xiii 7 . nachar thuill
tusa so dhuit féin? Jer. ii 17 . cuibrech caich iad . . . da
ttuillter a ttroim-deabhaidh they will be a hindrance to whoso-
45ever incurs their enmity
(of halidoms), BNnÉ 245 . With
extension of meaning: ba mor tuath . . . rotustuillsit fo
chísaib ┐ bés ┐ dán ┐ dliged dóib many princes had they
brought under tribute . . . to themselves
(?), Alex. 381 =
mortuath . . . robai ic imtecar na sét sin, etc., IT ii2 97 , cf. BB
50 444a35 .
With change of obj.: faendlid cach fiadh dosli faille who
incurs (the charge of) neglect (is guilty of
), O'Gr. Cat. 80 . gibe
thuilles na tri gniomh whoever commits these three acts, BNnÉ
262 . ar grádh Dia . . . na tuill diumga ana timche[ll] so be not
55vexed
, O'Gr. Cat. 116 . fuil ríg-Gheruilt | nár thuill goradh do
ghrád chruid `that never warmed to love of pelf', 392 (but
perh. that never merited censure, cf. ni tuill a gruaid do goradh,
Sitzb. 1919 v 92 § 4 ).
With ellipse of obj.: ar ḟoglaimm tuillfes dóib bodéin which
60will serve them
, Mer. Uil. 111 . ar ḟoglaimm nach tuillfed dún
do dénum which would be of no use to us, 109 . robsad comh-
daltacha sinn ag Sgathaigh, uair is aice rothuillmis ar ndis
served our apprenticeship (?), ZCP x 289 . ? ro chertus for
Lagniu | lánéraic . . . | ní moídet in n-ammus, | tarras is ro
65thuill, LL 18650 ( PRIA xix 552 ).
do-slí buide di (fri) is subservient to; cringes to, curries favour
with: ni rothullius buide, ropom tuire tend, PRIA xix 550
( LL 147a42 ). ní rothuillisem buidi do neuch, Wb. 24d6 . ní
tullim budi do neoch acht do Conchobur, IT i 325 ( LU 10300 )
70= ni tuillim buidi di nech, 142 (Eg.). ná tuill buide mblāith |
fria duine nach dlúith, KMMisc. 274 . ní tuille buidhe fri nach
ríg, MR 54 . rí uathmar croda diumsach . . . ni thuilled buide
fri nech, LL 217a44 . ní tuillead buidi fri duine | im ṡaigi (leg.
suide) no im laighe, Anecd. i 47 . ni tuille[d] buidhe fria nech
75(of Caesar), CCath. 354 . ni tuilled buidhi re Sabhdán nā re
tigerna, Maund. 49 (cf. Eng. version they dread not the Soudan).
See O'Rahilly, ZCP xvii 206 ff .

do-slucai v(*to-sluc-) swallows: tabraid far téig i talmain ┐ dú
dada-slugai is isin port biéid the spot which swallows it up,
80 Trip.² 813 .

do-slui v= as-lui escapes, goes off: d. ¤ mac Con hi Conachta,
BDD § 164 = aslúi, § 165 . Pret. doslúiset Ulaid as saide co
hinis Ulad, LL 303a10 ( RC xiii 76 , SG 377 ).

do-sluindi v(*di-sluind-, Ped. ii 632 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. disluindi,
85 Ml. 44b12 , 50b1 . dosluindi, Wb. 6c13 . ní díltai , Sg. 201b10 .
3 pl. disluindet, Wb. 13b18 . dosluindet, 30a20 . Subj. pres.
3 s. arna derlind , Wb. 10c14 . Impf. 3 s. ara ndíltad , Wb.
17d11 . Perf. 3 s. dorusluind, Ml. 58a11 . durusluind, 93c8 .
do-d-rolluind, Tur. 118 . 3 pl. dorusluindset, Ml. 90rb7 .
doríltiset, Wb. 5c11 , 25b13 (back-formation from prot. forms).
5 Pass. pres. s. dosloinnter, O'Dav. 826 . Fut. s. dosluindfider, Wb.
28c14 . Vbl. of necess. diultaidi, Trip.² 898 . Vn. diúltad. In later
lang. as simple vb. with stem diúlt-, dílt-. See also diúltaigid.
(a) denies (i.e. refuses to believe): gl. negare, Ml. 93c8 ;
scandalizare (offend, cause to stumble, i.e. cause to deny the
10faith
), Wb. 6c14 , 10c14 , 17d11 , cf. Tur. 118 . arna derlind .i.
arna rimfolṅgar díltod do, Wb. 10c14 . ar díltud ata .in. `in-'
is for negation
, Sg. 95a4 . diultaid an fhírinde, PH 724 . mani
diúltat a nDúileamain, Ériu i 219 . doríltiset som et rochroch-
sat Crist, Wb. 5c11 . donaib hí dosluindet hesseirge, 30a20 .
15 ní diltai in cetbuid nísiu does not deny this opinion, Sg. 201b10 .
dorusluindset són remdéicsin dæ du buith dúb they had denied
that there was any providence for them
, Ml. 90b17 . Used
absolutely: rodíultai Bresal ┐ romallach Pátraic, Trip.² 2065 .
is and radiult Petar, Ériu iii 116 . diultais Petar co a luigi,
20 PH 3184 . Folld. by obj. clause with neg. conjunction: dia
rodiult Petur co bras | nad rabe 'n-a muinteras when P.
denied that he had been
, SR 7747 . ag a dhiúltadh nach aon
rug Macha acht dias, Keat. ii 2426 . muna ndiúlta sibh . . .
nach é Torna as bharanta unless you deny that T. is guarantee,
25 Content. xvi 21 ; cf. 23 .
(b) denies, i.e. rejects, renounces: rodiultsat a nDia ṅdil,
SR 2685 . an ben diultus a fer fein ar gradh fir ele, 3 B 22,
14b10 . an nemhann trér dhiult duine | sealbh a thoiced
ttalmhaidhe, O'Hussey TC 3 . rodiultsat ┐ rodilsigset tu-sa
30don turus-sa, MR 296 . an cloch do dhiúltadar na saoir, Ps.
cxviii 22 . ailimse gurab í th'fhairchesa cét-fhairche dhiult-
faidear a nEirinn, SG 69 . ar ndiultad an tsaoghail dó féin
after he had renounced the world, Ériu i 94 .
(c) refuses (a request, gift, etc.) with AR or DO of pers.: is ed
35insin dorosloinn íc n-erum-sa, ised insin dorosluind cain-
chomrac ar mu chnamaib-se that denied healing to me . . . that
denied peace to my bones
, Ml. 58a11 . nocho rodiultus ar na
bochtaib in ní conatchitis form, PH 6031 . inné in talam
diultfas a fās ┐ a ith? CCath. 1021 . do bhadus . . . re merr-
40drechus coidcind ┐ nir diultus me fein do neoch, Lib. Flav. ii
43rb34 . comairghe dhaoibh ní dhiultfainn, Content. viii 29 .
in tan diultar in fual, 3 C 19, 204va1 . Declines: du-s-rad
eochracha in baile go hUa Ne[i]ll. Diultaiss Ó N. na heo-
chracha, Fl. Earls 44 . Rarely with accus. of pers. and prep.
45of thing refused: mairg do diult rena dathad | derbráthair a
degathar alas that she refused to give it to her noble father's
brother
, Met. Dinds. iii 58 . níor diúltadh riamh i nEamhain |
éinneach um dhuais, Content. xxviii 53 . Folld. by vn. phrase
refuses (to do something): ní obann nó ní diultann neach do
50ditan ar bās, Laws iv 236 . ní diultab-sa . . . mo bith cristaide
I will not refuse to be a Christian, Anecd. iii 73 . ris an nglóir
do dhiúlt se roimhe d' ḟaigsin which he had refused to see, TSh.
2048 . gach duine do diúltas éisteacht ris an eaglais, Donl.
114 . do dhiult seision ithe, 2 Sam. xiii 9 . do dhiultadar
55imtheacht iona dhligheadh, Ps. lxxviii 10 .
(d) Intrans. with prep. DO denies, renounces, rejects: isee ar
ndiltuth dunn fanissin, mani cometsam de ar tolaib this is
our denial of ourselves
, Cambr. 37c ( Thes. ii 245.7 ). ro diúlt
a athair di ┐ nir leic cuci hí, LU 3185 . diultaim-si dóibhsin
60(i.e. heathen gods), ZCP vi 88 . rodiult [Sir G.] don ingin
refused (in marriage), 83 . Maolruanadh . . . do dhiultadh do'n
tsaoghal, Ériu i 104 . madh é in tighearna dhiultus don
bhuanna fa gan a fhostad i n-athráithe (sic leg.) (Hugh
O'Neill's procl.), Ulster Journ. of Arch. vi 60.4 . gur dhiúlt sé
65d'áineas an tsaoghail, TSh. 411 . ionnus go ndiúltfamaois . . .
d'ar dtoil ┐ d'ar gclaontaibh, Donl. 146 . mairg dhiúltas
d'inghin Anna, A. Ó Dálaigh l 1 .
With FOR: diultud for ríg n-angel n-uag, | ba mór in gnim
don morsluag, SR 4117 . troiscid ar na manc[h]aibh | diult-
70faid for ind ecclais who renounce the church (disobey?), ZCP
x 44 = BNnÉ 309 .
With FRI: nā diultaidh frim-sa, RC xiv 40 . coru díultai fri
Pátraic imma fleid he would not invite P. to his feast, Trip.²
2179 . do diultsat fre P. immon bhfleidh, Lism. L. 407 .
75 rodiultsat fir hÉrenn fria filedu, RC xx 42 . Bres . . . do dhiult
frisin tí ba glice bēl i ndErind .i. an t-ardollamh Cairpre, Leb.
Gab. 158 n. 5 . nír diult Dia fri ndeirc nduine, Hy Maine 119a .
radiult Lamidóin riu a purt na Tróe turned them away from,
LL 222a39 ( TTr. 375 ). mhic Eoghain nar dhiult re dáimh
80 who never refused hospitality to poet-band, Ériu v 86 . no
condiultat tall rem' dāim, Fen. 220 . Note also: nior dhuilt
(leg. dhiult) Fionn roimh nech, Rel. Celt. i 139 .