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1 dús (do ḟius, Ped. i 136 ; duús, Wb. 5b20 , dúus, 9b19 , 26b27 )
55 conjunction folld. by dependent question to see, to find out
(if, whether, etc.): noscrutain-se . . . d. ¤ in retarscar cairde
nDæ, Ml. 91c1 , cf. 87c4 . d. ¤ in nad-n-utmaligetar gl. utrum . . .
non nutent, Thes. ii 4 ( Aug. 10c1 ). 239 ( Ardm. 17a2 ). fegait-se
for caircha dus in marat ule to see if they are all there, 336.5
60( Hy. v 35 Comm. ). condessamar in n-ubull . . . dus in fír mar
atbeire, SR 1268 . dus in fagba sliab, 2551 . dochúaid Iono-
thán immach . . . d. ¤ in rathaigfed Dauid, 6152 . tabram
fíanláech do seilc fair dus in tairsimmis a baegul, TBC² 1650 .
faitsine do denam doib dus in bud shoraid a séd, MR 60 .
65 cuirid cuairt dūn dus hi (= in) fogbar tech dūn, IT i 137.18
(Eg.). rogab in cetne salm d. ¤ cia atrebea isin chathraig to
learn who will dwell
, Ml. 35b24 . ceist cid immeráidfem? Ní
ansa. dus cia cumachta as treisiu fil for talmain, YBL 138a25
= dus cumachta, LL 282a47 . conniacht Medb comarli dus
70cid dogēnad fri C., TBC² 1656 . ro imráid B. inna menmain d. ¤
cinnas doragad, FB § 8 . With dá for in: luid Boand . . . d. ¤ dá
tairsed in tiprait, Met. Dinds. iii 36 . With notion of ex-
pectancy: nā scarad frisin fer d. ¤ in ríctar tria gnaissi until it be
seen whether he can be saved
, Wb. 10a3 . an-su i ḟoss d. ¤ in tibre
75Dia ní duit (= expecta donec), Lat. Lives 83 . a ingen, fói la
Eogan d. ¤ in biad ríge Muman uaim-se, SG 314 . arnā ructhar
ind ēit desin . . . dus in tair cobair ō Ultaib foo until we see if
help comes
, TBC² 1141 . asbeir . . . dús asks: asbert-side frie
d. ¤ in dénad do chobair anma a cēli asked her whether, Im.
80Brain i 42 . atbert fris dus ind aithcomraictis banscale fris
asked him whether women took counsel of him, Mon. Tall. 150 .
The specific meaning of dús is often obscured and it is
used (with in, cia, etc.) to introduce a dependent question
(= whether, who etc.) after vbs. of asking, seeing, etc.:
85 iarmoracht . . . d. ¤ imbat imarcidi laissim inquired whether he
held it allowable
, Mon. Tall. 137 . co ro iarfaig-se do R. . . . dus
inna rabái étach acci asked if she had not a garment, Hy. v 82
Comm. rofiarfaidh C. dúss cid rombádar na dúile, Death-
tales 16 . dia deicsin dus in bruithe in tarr to see if . . . is
cooked
, Corm. Y 825 . dia fegad d. ¤ in rosmarb ind neim, Hy.
5iv Pref . co n-accad d. ¤ cía las-mboth scíth to see who was weary,
TBC² 154 . So with do ḟius: messi tarlaic dia ḟis d. ¤ in diriuch
m'urchor, TBC 1185 . fóidid Cuchulaind Loeg dia fis (do fis,
LU) scēl dūs cia c[h]ruth mbotha isin dunad, TBC² 1572 .
tiagar chucca do fis scēl dūs cid rochāinsid, RC xxiv 149 .
10With follg. co to denote expectation or purpose: boi in
phailm . . . cromm, dus co n-abrad fria ergi in tii atbert fria
cromad waiting till he who had told it to bend should tell it to rise,
LB 141b54 . isí comhairle doróine M. dul do Róimh d. ¤ co
scribha[d] a beatha innti to the intent that there he should write
15his life
, SG 29.8 . With nách: dēntar carpat becc libh . . . dus
nach faicet na tuatha in fén mór so that the people may not see
the big wain
, BNnÉ 94 .

2 dús xsee tús.

dúsacht n o and u,m., IGT Decl. § 25 . Verbs § 51 . vn. of do-
20fíuschi
. Awaking, arousing: dochoduil se . . . ┐ nír fheidir a
dusacht, ZCP vi 292 . State of being awake: atá se 'n-a dhus-
sacht, Gadelica i 22 . gurab gnath leis na daoinibh slána
bheth ina ndusacht sa lo, 24 P 3, 149.10 . Transf. act of exciting,
stirring up, occasioning: do dhusacht a teasa nádúrdha (of
25sick people), 23 P 10, 46a38 . dleagthar an nadur do dh. ¤ , 3 C 22 ,
19b39 . ag dúsachd chruadhtan raising difficulties, Luc. Fid.
294 . maith dhamh-sa mo freagra ort; | maithim-se dhuit-se a
dh. ¤ I pardon your provoking it, Content. xiv 70 ; xviii 41 .
gurab éidir lé Día clann do dhúsachd as na clochuibh-se féin
30d'Abraham to raise up children unto A., Luke iii 8 . See
dúscad.

duṡáim adj(do+sám) restless, uneasy: in dub dusáim, LU 5323
(TBC) = duṡáim, TBC 1500 . ba dubach duṡaimh domen-
mnach, TTr.² 173 . As subst.: nert inghen cáid Cuain | ar
35duṡaim is dín ón a safeguard against uneasiness, Gorm. Apr. 26 .

dúscad (-ud) u,m., vn. of do-fíuschi awakening, arousing:
dūscad, TBC² 422 (duscud, LU); dūscud, 2520 ; dīuscad, 426 ,
637 (dúscud, LU). IGT Verbs § 51 . donfoscai (.i. dogena ar
nduscud), Hy. vi 5 . ba dúscud lonn leoaman, SR 6098 .
40 dus[c]ad caich asa suan, ZCP v 25 . State of waking: codhladh
┐ dusgadh (= somnus et vigilia), 24 P 22, 34.6 . suan ar ló ┐
dúsgadh san oidhche, TSh. 1682 . bíd mo shúile 'n-a ndúscadh
a ttráthuibh na hoidhche, Ps. cxix 148 . pn gen. Duscadha (name
of a doorkeeper), Ériu iii 168 . Transf. exciting, stirring up:
45 dúscud ferge, Tec. Corm. 24 . dligidh dān dusgadh it is the
province of poetry to excite
, MR 94 . dúsgadh ratha do rígh
revival of prosperity, 50 . dúscadh námhat, CCath. 476 .
caloris excitatio . . . dusgadh an teasa nádúrdha, 24 P 3, 42.10 .
duscad to incite, egg on , Laws iii 158.21 , 160.5 . g s. druth
50 duisce the fool who incites, v 142 Comm. duscadh .i. tebear-
sedh, ut est, ro duiscedh fuil for a ghruaidhe gnuis, O'C. 1424
( H. 3.18 639 ). Note also: in barc . . . iarna dusgudh a huisci
`after it had been raised', Ed. Dinds. 57 ( Folklore iv 477 ). See
dúsacht.

55 ? duscu(s) n(cf. dúscad?): nemduscu do chomrac fria .i.
nemhduscus uil aiccisiun ┐ sechmal caemdha uil aici in bail
ata in choibhchi uaithe, O'Don. 2374 ( Rawl. 506, 45a ).

dusgalach: adj dorar ard-idlach eslabar d. ¤ , LL 38a52 ( IT iii 33 ,
dossgal-, BB). Perh. deriv. of compd. of dos and gal.

60 ? dúsus: ind d. ¤ Con culaind .i. á babdacht, O'C. 1294 ( H. 3.18
538a).

? dutaithib: ind d. ¤ sin du priscien nominatiuum , PCr. 15a3 .
Leg. dutaithbi `that shewed ', Stokes (p. 225). But see p. 419,
where dotoruidib .i. taithneam, O'Dav. 630 is cited. Perh.
65an error for du thaidbsin.

? duth n .i. duthaig ( land, district?), Stowe Gl. 313 .

? duthach adj native , n inhabitant: do chuirettar duthaig in bhaile
rempu in tempall do dhénamh asa núa, ZCP x 14 . Prob. a
mistake for dúthchasaig.

70 dúthaig I As adj. i (a) As pred. with DO belonging to by virtue
of descent or heredity , usually of land or other hereditary
possession or privilege: dian (= dianid) duthoig Liphe, Thes.
ii 295 ( SP v 8 ). in ti dana duchaid in flaithemhnus, Laws v
440 Comm. comduthaigh doib Temair they have equal right to
75T.
, Cog. 122 . dāibh as d. ¤ an ríghe, ZCP viii 116 . Compar.
dúcha (= dúthcha) duid Mag Muaidi | ná fonn Temra tae-
buaine Mag M. is not more thine by ancestral right than the
territory of T.
, Hy Fiachr. 292 .
(b) Hence as attrib. belonging to by heredity, hereditary,
80 native: cia nech do rigaib . . . tanic co a chathraig nd. ¤ fodéin,
PH 4477 . rochumduigsem cill don Coimdid ar ar bferunn
duthaig , RC xiv 40 . ac ár n-inud duthaig, Moling § 2 .
d'ionnsuidhi a thíre dúthaighe, Buile S. 176 . ac fegad a tiri ┐
a n-atharda duichi iarna n-indarba uathi, Aen. 61 . a ríg
85duthaich féin do marbad, RC xxvi 132 . dá rígdamna da rígaib
duitchib fein, ib. ic tairgnam da thigernu d. ¤ , MU² 135 . cách
dia eclais duthaig, Anecd. i 40 . mairg dána[d] fót dúthaigh
in feronn-so, CCath. 501 . dagrī Dublindi dēne dūthaige
(tuathaigi, v.l.), IT iii 15 .
(c) proper or natural to (esp. of hereditary as opposed to
5acquired traits, etc.): ba duthaig dō éc ┐ ba d. ¤ do Dalcais uli,
uair marb a n-athri ┐ a senathri, Cog. 68 . aní is toich no is
duthaig bis orro (of shoots on stakes or boles), Laws iv 152
Comm. mic aen-athar ┐ aen-mathar ind, . . . duthaig dūind
cosmailius inund it is natural for us to be like each other, BB
10 236b20 . druideacht la Mantan . . . | rigdacht fa duthaid do
Dond | slicht oll ┐ breitheamnocht kingcraft was D.'s pro-
vince, forte
, Lec. 540a18 = duthaigh, BB 19b31 . bheith
uathad ní dúthaid duid, a hI Dubda, Hy Fiachr. 290 . ba
duthaich cia nobeth it were fitting it should be so, Anecd. i 4 .
15 do-n-angatar sidhe fo ghairm Uí Domhnaill . . . ┐ ba dúthaigh
dhoibh cia nothiestais, Hugh Roe 110 . Compar. ba dúcha dó
tachar giall it would have been more natural for him to send
hostages
, Cog. 100 . taít lim-sa dom dísiurt . . . is dudchu
(duthchu, v.l.) dúib, Im. Brain ii 285 ( LU 1216 ). ni ducha
20damsa techt do dichur in chisa . . . inā duid-seo it is as much
your place as mine
, Lec. 599a7 = ni duthchu, RC xiii 44 § 24
(where sentence is imperfect). rochuala ni tobair (sic leg.) . . .
dober indi is duthaig dō, bo he gives what is natural to him,
a cow
, MacCarthy 120 .
25(d) due, owing to: dála na Caillighi duibhe, dorad Fiachna
a duthaig di .i. seacht caisléna gave her her due (in compensa-
tion for a loss), Im. Brain i 61 .
II As subst. f. g s. dúthaige, dúithche. IGT Decl. § 150 .
(a) hereditary land, patrimony: triuchad céad dúthaigh an ḟir
30is lugha dúthaigh dhíobh sin a cantred is the patrimony of the
man who has least patrimony among them
, Ériu i 85 . duthaig
na fine hereditary family land, Laws ii 330 Comm. rogab
Cathal . . . in rígi, duthaich nár dúail an inheritance not his by
right
, ZCP ix 464 . geallais Diarmuid Loch Garman mar
35dhúthaigh dhílis go bráth do Roibeard Mac Stiabhna, Keat.
iii 5043 . annsin chomraicess . . . ferann in rig ┐ duthaigh diúc
de L. re aroile the king's territory and that of the duke, Fl.
Earls 74 . ní baoí fer a duithche do sliocht Corbmaic `a man
of the same extent of territory
', FM vi 1892 . aisecc . . . a dhu-
40ithche da gach aon, 2336 . ar shaoirsi ┐ ar shochar dúthaighe
do fein in consideration of receiving the freedom and profits of
an estate
, 2170 . ré buain a dhúithche amach dhó to recover his
patrimony
, Keat. iii 5176 . go bhfuil gach prionnsa 'n-a chenn
ar eagluis a dhuithche fein, Luc. Fid. 58 . ó Brí Ele, duthaig
45tor, | cu Sliab Mairg patrimony of princes (?), Fianaig. 46 .
duthadh an Chaeille dno Baile na L. hereditary land, Hy
Fiachr. 166 . duthaich hí Leargusa .i. Baile C., Lec. 168a3 .
Hence possession in perpetuity: conid laiss a lán-dúthaig (of
a place), Met. Dinds. iii 230 .
50(b) native district, native land: do iompaig naom Ciarán
daoine iomdha dá dh. ¤ do Osraighib chum an chreidim, SG 4 .
do léigedh saor dá dh. ¤ é, 6. is í Éire dúthaigh dhíleas na Scot
(= propria Scotorum patria), Keat. ii 5843 . rofācsum-ne in
Roim ┐ dúthaigh ar n-athar ┐ ar senathar, CCath. 546 . assí
55an áit as mó ina fédfainn serbís do denamh do Día is duthaigh
damh that place is my country where I can best serve God, BCC
§ 250 . gidh bé neach do thréig . . . clann no dúthuidh ar son
mh'anma-sa, Matt. xix 29 .
(c) region, land in general (rare): do chonnairc sé and dú-
60thaigh gur taithneamach é (sic), Gen. xlix 15 . go ngabha tú
oighreacht na dúthaigh (sic) ann a bhfuil tú choimhigtheach
the land wherein thou art a stranger, xxviii 4 . biaidh oidhreacht
na dúithche ag a chloinn his seed shall inherit the earth, Ps.
xxv 13 . ó aonach chinn na dútha, Gadelica 154 .