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75 dubaid v(dub) IGT Verbs § 67 . (a) Intrans. grows dark, turns
black or discoloured: cid ma fhuarait ┐ dubait do chossa? PH
8132 . co rodubui fri gréin ┐ gaith she was blackened (bronzed)
by sun and wind, Mór M. 262 ( LL 274a52 ). gelaid do slaintech
. . . ┐ dubaidh do chintach (of a magic stone), O'Don. 912
80( H. 3.17 651 ). fir gorma noc dubus ō teas ainmesarda na
greine, Ir. Astr. Tr. 64 . dubaidh in ḟuil in uair fuarthar í,
3 C 19, 268vb19 . di bocsibnibh dubhoib ō rodubtis a ten
when they turned black (possibly a pass.), RC xii 68 .
(b) Trans. blackens, makes or turns black or dark: étach in
85báis . . . is e sin rondubustar fén amal atái which has become
dark itself as thou art dark
, PH 8185 . cidh rod dubhustair fon
ionnus sin tú? ZCP x 22 . cia ros-dubastair? RC xxvi 362 .
gur dubhustair a thengaidh ara ghlóraidhe, Cóir Anm. 263 .
nach fuil ní níis mo dubus in folt nā pic . . . ni hedh amain
dubhaidh a barr acht dubaid a bun, 23 F 19, 26va15 . ó
5tirmughadh na fliucha dubhther na suile (reason why south-
ern peoples have dark eyes), 24 P 3, 173.13 . gur dubhadh
dath a ngruadh, 3 C 13, 849.20 . Fig. Daire nar dubad
(whose fame was never sullied or eclipsed?), LL 45b43 ( Ms. Mat.
491 ). a mhná na dúla dúbhadh le dálgus oppressed with fruitless
10longing
, ZCP v 227.884 (Midn. Court). mac sa ghlóir go
deoigh nach duibhthe `whose glory will never be darkened'
(vbl. of necess.?), Ó Bruad. ii 188 .

1 dubaige n(dub) ` mask ', O'Don. Suppl. cert, no slat, no in d. ¤ ,
Laws i 164.15 Comm. in gloss on: hi fuba do grega, 162.22 ,
15 178.1 Comm.

2 dubaige n iā, f. (1 dubach) dejection, mourning: atáim . . . a
ndubhaighe ┐ a ndoghaillsi, ALC ii 434 . ba d. ¤ mor don
Bethil, LB 141a1 . cech bron ┐ cech torsi ┐ cach dubaigi,
PH 4352 . adbar dubaighe dermaire, CCath. 4270 .

20 dubaigid v(dub) Intrans. grows dark or black: daig na[d?]
dubaig flame that darkens not, IT iii 73 (BB), cf. Bruchst. § 43 .
cid duraigit ┐ dubaigid do chosa? YBL 161b6 = dubait,
PH 8132 . de ro dubaig dar gruad nglan | Mugain maith M.'s
face grew dark
, SG 84 ( LU 4304 ). Trans. blackens, darkens:
25 dubochad leth na fairrgi (dubfad, v.l.), Ir. Astr. Tr. 48 .

dubáilce n f. vice (late form of dúalig): subhailce virtue, du-
bhailce vice, Eg. Gl. 565 . len an tsubhailce ┐ fuathaidh an
dubhailce, Luc. Fid. 223 . ní dhíonaid na dubháilce ná na
droich-bhéasa . . . an drong do-ní flaitheas díobh, TSh. 222 .
30 na lochta nó na dubhailceadha, Donl. 348 .

dubáilceas n(dubáilce) viciousness: subhailceas gan dubhailceas,
Keat. Poems 758 .

dúbailt vn. of dúblaid. doubling, increasing twofold: ag d. ¤
ghárda `doubling guard', Ó Bruad. iii 98 . ag d. ¤ úis, 104 .
35 a' d. ¤ daoine multiplying , ZCP v 213.339 (Midn. Court). In
intrans. sense: tá saigheada ┐ cnead ag d. ¤ am shlad, Hard.
i 286 .

dúbairt xsee dúbart.

dubal adjgl. petulans, Ml. 31b13 .

40 dúbal x= dúbalta: terciana aonda nó dubul double (tertian),
23 A 4, 116.15 .

dúbalta part. of dúblaid. double, twofold: ó nach fil nech ar
slicht Adaim acht braithre d. ¤ brothers in a twofold sense (in
flesh and in spirit), PH 7503 . in t-eideth dubullta robui uime,
45 ZCP vi 97 . soighthech dhubalda a double vessel (i.e. one
vessel inside the other), 24 P 32, 171.12 (med.). tertiana
dubalta double tertian, 3 C 19, 10rb18 . pósa dúbulta a double
marriage
, PCT 1516 . tuguidh dhí go dúbalta do réir a gnío-
mhartha `double unto her double', Rev. xviii 6 . lé meidh
50dhúbailthe ghrás, Desid. 1721 . leannta dúbullta double ale,
Gadelica 148 . Fig. croidhe dúbalta, Ps. xii 2 . is gnáth d. ¤ . . .
mná Mumhan nach múnaid 'na gcaipeannaibh `it is the
custom doubly true
' (?), Ó Bruad. i 74 . Of two kinds: atáid na
heslainti d. ¤ .i. cuid ger ┐ cuid rigin, 3 C 19, 281vb16 . ain-
55mhidhe resunta . . . ata sin d. ¤ .i. ainmidhe resunta marbhtach
. . . ┐ ainmhidhe resunta nemhmarbhthach, 24 P 3, 304.21 .
ata in nescóit dubullta .i. teasaide no fuaruide, 54 . Cunning,
clever (?): is d. ¤ doghní an gráta `cunningly he makes the grate'
(of a blacksmith), O'Gr. Cat. 601 .

60 dubaltach xsee dub compds.

Dubaltach (dubalt = dub + alt?) n.pr. o,m. As sobriquet (?):
an Dubhaltach , FM v 1692 . Hy Fiachr. 90 . Common as
Christian name (anglicized Dudley): Duphaltach Firbisigh
rosgriobh 1643, TFrag. 192 .

65 ? duban: ind cor-rubad 's a mac maseach | la Deic nd. ¤ ndermit-
neach, Lec. 47b15 . ba he rodmarbh gan meabhail | Eochaid
Garbh gair gach dubhain, BB 37b33 = gair cen gubain, Lec.
565a20 .

1 dubán n[o,m.] hook, esp. fishing-hook: aiscid tṡadhail tṡenorach
70duit .i. duban . . . ní chuirfea ind es nó a n-abaind hé ara ticfa
dilmain, Acall. 7271 . ic gabāil ēisc . . . cona duban, Aisl. MC
122 . con d. ¤ blongi ina láim, 91 . gan uirett an míl muighe nō
an bric dubháin . . . do marbadh even as much as . . . a small
trout
(i.e. a fish that must be angled for), BNnÉ 244 § 194 .
75 ruaimnech dubain, Ir. Gl. 428 . fo brecc dubain, LB 35.
marg. inf. duphan gabhann a smith's hook, Duan. Finn i 22 .
cuirfe misi mo dhubháin ann do shróin, 2 Kings xix 28 .
tairngtear in tunguis re dubhan (in an operation), 3 C 19,
100vb34 . togthar in panniculus re dubhanaibh, 101va11 .

80 2 dubán n o,m. (dub?) (a) kidney; in pl. the kidneys, reins: an dá
dhubhán, Lev. iii 10 . dubháin (sna háranaibh) ` kidnies ', Eg.
Gl. 215 . gáirdeochuidh fos mo dubháin my reins, Prov.
xxiii 16 . dearbhuidh an Dia fírénta na croidhthe ┐ na
dubháin the hearts and reins, Ps. vii 9 . xxvi 2 , cxxxix 13 .
85 teinnus ┐ tromdhacht isna dubhanaibh (symptom of disease),
23 P 10, 29c16 .
(b) crescent at the base of the finger-nail: barr a meōir ō bun
na hingne ōtha a duban suas, Laws iii 352 .