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druinech adj o,ā (2 druine): i mBelgond, i mBreogann ndruinich,
75 Lec. 540a28 = i mBreogaint mbrainich, Leb. Gab. 240 , cf.
BB 19b39 . treabh na n-aolchloch ndruineach wrought with
skill
(?), Ó Bruad. i 118 . Usually as subst. ā,f. needlewoman,
embroideress: d. ¤ maith, BDD § 5 . d. ¤ cechla bean, ZCP ix
170.17 . Nema siur Thubalchain fa hisin in che[d]d. ¤ , Lec.
80 531b19 . iss mo do thorbu dosli cach ben bes d. ¤ olldaite cid
rigna, Laws v 382.3 . g s. druinige, 382.1 . folach druinige, 312.3 .
mac na druinigi, Ériu iv 126.8 . dobeir do S. druin[i]g maith,
Aen. 1031 (= serva . . . operum haud ignara Minervae, Verg.
Aen. v 284 ). milbéla druinecha `skilful women are honey-
85mouthed
', Tec. Corm. § 13.37 . band. ¤ Oengusa, SG ii 482.27 .
d. ¤ a nomine dorco .i. uidens , O'Mulc. 346 is prob. an etymol.
gl. on this word. The d. ¤ was officially recognized in constitu-
tion of the early Ir. church: isi ind og ba d. ¤ cumtha ┐ huamma
etaig Colu[i]mcille, Fél. 42.10 . a théora druinecha (of St.
Patrick, textrices et sacrorum linteorum confectrices, Colgan)
5 Trip. 266 ( Trip.² 3142 ).

druinechas n o,m. (druinech) needlework, embroidery: uaim ┐
cumadh ┐ druinechus (to be taught to daughters of chieftains),
Laws ii 156.29 Comm. a haindenamh (leg. himd.) .i. a druine-
chus, v 380.23 Comm. , cf. Mann. and Cust. iii 112 . la druine-
10chus ┐ lamhdhai, Marco P. 36 . do thecasc druinechais, 67 .
co mbuaigh crotha . . . ┐ ndruinechais, Ériu iii 152 § 5 .

druinechda adj(druinech) skilled in embroidery: druinechdha,
Tec. Corm. § 13.37 v.l.

druing xsee drong.

15 Druing pnsee Drong.

druinid xsee dronn.

druinne xsee 1 druine.

drúis xsee drús.

drúisech adj(drús) lustful, unchaste: o bheith geanmnaidh go
20beith drúiseach, TSh. 1669 . duine ainmhianach drúiseach,
Keat. iii 5625 . As subst. an drúiseach , TSh. 7521 .

drúisemail adj= drúisech: aoinni . . . colach na druiseamhuil,
Luc. Fid. 384.9 . cuid aca drúiseamhuil go míonáireach,
Donl. ix 25 . póga drúiseamhla, 94 .

25 ? drúiste: n nár fhaiceam a mhian ag d. ¤ | ná ag liairne ar
leabaidh chnaiste, Gadel. 284.14 .

1 druit: adj cethern discir d. ¤ (: cuit), LL 29b42 . triur co follan
fírd. ¤ , Gorm. Dec. 12 (` close, firm, trustworthy ', Gloss.). aicde
d. ¤ `a close treasure', Fianaig. 16 § 40 . Cf. druitid.

30 2 druit n f. truid, druid, IGT Decl. § 14 . starling: elta druiti,
MU² 466 . druide ar dairrtig adrub[r?]ad ar deghsluagaib
Desmumhan starlings on a church roof (prov. indicating
timidity), MR 124.5 .
COMPD.: druidelta (: chuidechta) do chailg ar gcion a star-
35ling flock
, O'Gr. Cat. 556.22 .
See truit.

druited xsee druitid.

druiteóc n(druit): small starling: naoi n-eun druideóg, GJ iv
152 . an druideog , Tribes of Irel. 30.17 .

40 drúithe x= drús: an d. ¤ .c. (an drúss .l.), IGT Abstr. Nouns § 70 .

Druithne n.pr. Dal nD. ¤ , Lec. 349a11 .

Drúithnia pnsee Drúthnia.

drúithsech n ā,f. (2 drúth) mistress, paramour: ni théiged . . .
midlach cen drúithsig, Ériu iv 124.13 . = druitsig, ZCP xiii
45260.14 , 268.13 .

druitid v(drut) IGT Verbs § 71 . (a) shuts, closes . Trans. druitid
sium in dorus, SG 56.15 . druidis an Coimdhe imdoirsi a
amhairc gur bo dall, BNnÉ 322 § 32 . do druid Nái sinistre na
háirci, Ériu v 49 . do druidetar an comhra fa'n corp, BCC
50 § 371 . druidfiter an firmamint, RC xxviii 312 § 11 . da
ndruitir in cneadh, osguiltir í, 3 C 19, 103va31 . Ellipt. do
dhruid an Tighearna air astig shut him in, Gen. vii 16 . atá do
bhéul druite (part.), RC xxiii 10.16 . san árus druidthe,
Eochairsg. 65.31 . Transf. of `closing' a poem: mor ndrecht
55rodruid, Leb. Gab. 168.8 (cf. dúnad). Intrans.: o dhruit brat
ar chneas í Chuinn since the shroud closed round, Rel. Celt. ii
252.37 . ro druitsit doirsi in dūine uata fein, Grail 3863 .
(b) moves close (to), presses (against), usually with FRI.
Trans. radruit a bel ria bélaib . . . rasdruit ria cích, LL 34b10 ,
60 13 (cf. Ériu iv 104 ). do druid C. a bhonn re taca na talman,
MR 284.24 . nodruidedh a bassa fri belaibh a n-alad, CCath.
5985 . a lámha do bheith druidte le chéile, Eochairsg. 42.38 .
(reflex.) co rusdruiti in chomla frisin dorus, Ériu v 28.16 .
druididh in long i ngar di bring the boat close to it, BNnÉ 66
65§ 100 . an caithniadh 'sa chaithchliath nár druideadh `who
was never repulsed
', Ó Bruad. ii 190 . Intrans. co radruit ┐ co
radluthaid dorchadu ndermair dar dreich thalman, TTebe
279 . da druidsed na het[h]aidi . . . taeb re taeb pressed close
together
, ZCP v 22 § 12 .
70(c) approaches . Trans. druid lat . . . cuit Luimnig, Met.
Dinds. iii 270 . Usually intrans. with FRI, etc. drutid I.
friú co mboi ag coistecht friu, Todd Lect. vi 52 . druit rium,
ol sí . . . Druidis C. fria, Thr. Ir. Gl. xliii . druidfe mé rem thír
dhúthaigh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxx 2 . do dhruid ríoghacht Dé
75ribh, Matt. iii 2 . In hostile sense: do dhruid léi go crodha
closed with, ITS i 28 . Fig.: no cur druideadar re hOllamnacht
an airdrigh `till they took to the post of ollamh', Hy Maine 62 .
druit chugam, Im. Brain i 65.26 . do druid cach dochum a
chele dib, Ériu viii 20.25 . druid i ngar dom anam, Ps. lxix 18 .
80 druideas Fionn ag iarraidh sgéal, Oss. vi 4.21 .
(d) With ó moves away from, abandons: druid uaim (= exi
a me), Eochairsg. 99.23 . dias nár dhruid ó ghleó na lann,
Oss. iv 46 . Guaire an oinigh ná druideadh ó dhaonnacht,
E. O'Rahilly xiv 6 . Exceptionally trans.: druid do bhéal
85óm bhéal, Keat. Poems 961 .
Vn. drut. Note also: comma [dh]ruited (sic leg.?) re duba
approaching misfortune, TTebe 767 . ag drudadh a ndrannt,
TSh. 6681 . ní druidim ó cheile dorin siad, CF 245 (Eg.).
druidim le Dia drawing near to God, O'Gr. Cat. 481.21 .