do-ním

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I do, I make. do-ním ar, I make for, try to attain, 1229, 3431; do-ním tré, I drive through, 1726.

Poems on the O'Reillys. Editor: James Carney.

d. ar I make for, go to 2060 n; déanam i gceann a chéile let us get together 1361; déanamh thairis to do without him 2863; maoine Bhriain do-roighne ris? 952.

The Book of O'Hara: Leabhar Í Eadhra. Editor: Lambert McKenna S.J.

[see Grammatical Introduction], I make, do, create, etc.; build (a house), 7647; create, 3227; act, 3478; in varied predication: e.g. 1. ainiocht, 4625; aithrighe, 2654; aithris, 3900; almsana, 4998; amharc, 3038; anchaitheamh, 5273; boltnughadh, 1920; breitheamhnas, 8964; bronntas, 2224; caoi, 5821; caoineadh, 2039; coigilt, 6580; coimmeas, p. 51; coinneal-bháthadh, 4666; coir, 3293; comhairle, 2942; crábhadh, 8928; deadhailt, 1219; deithbir, 10580; dícheal, 8029; díol, 4650; dochar, 8701; eadarghuidhe, 4959; éag, 2371; éigheamh, 4488; eitill, 7628; faisnéis, 3213; fanámhad, 8420; faoisidin, 1757; fearg, 9040; fleadhughadh, 7899; foghail, 1370; foghmhar, 9708; fromhadh, 5007; gléas, 4477; gnáthughadh, 4747; guidhe, 4545; iodhbairt, 458; iongantas, 8471; imchreachadh, 9537; leathroinn, 2221; luas, 2307; meidhil, 2325; míreir, 6819; nuall-ghubha, 4390; offráil, p. 160; olc, 9088; peacadh, 2540; saothrughadh, 8880; seachmall, 4605; tiomna, 8682; triall, 7626; truaighe, 4219;--2. folld. by indirect object with prepp., ar, de, do, ré: (a) with ar, behave towards, usually of inflicting evil upon, e.g., aidhmilleadh, 6088; ainiocht, 4686; áladh, 2263; bagar, 1935; buaidhreadh, 8703; casaoid, 4557; cneadh, 1011; creachaireacht, 9523; díoghaltas, 5410; éagcóir, 9097; feall, 5217; inghreim, 7278; smacht, 1928; (though also, trócaire, 4484; and cf. aithbheódhadh, 8724; breitheamhnas, 4949; caomhna, 3690; faire, 5418): (b) with de, to make x of y, e.g., go ndéinid blogha dhi, ‘they make fragments of it,’ 735, 3861; go ndéin dia dhi, ‘makes a god of it,’ 2010; dée...díobh, 2022; dréimire dár lochtaibh, 8033; easgcara dhíot, 3554; luaithreadh...do chrann an choguais, 387; othar don anam, 10459; do-rinne rí...de, ‘made him king,’ 2426; impersonally: do-ní fiadh-chapall don chapall mhín, ‘the tame horse becomes a wild horse,’ (lit. ‘it makes a wild horse of the tame horse’), 7450; do-rinne sliabh mór dhi, ‘it became a great mountain,’ 64; but, do-ní...díogha don bheathaidh mh. 7 rogha dona neithibh t., 2045; rarely used as in 8471, do-ním iongantas don oirnis, ‘I make a wonder of, am astonished at the method’: (c) with do, to do (kindness, service, harm, etc.) to, (with dochar, feidhm, sochar, truaighe), e.g., nach diongna an treas bás...díoth ná dochar dhó, 2365; so, 3077, 5472; i ndíol gach feadhma dá ndearnsad dó, 5954; créad an sochar do-ghéanadh...dhamh, 7076; do-ghéana truaighe dhúinn, ‘miserebitur nostri,’ 4481; as dat. commodi, do-nímíd dréimire dhúinn féin, 8033; cf. go ndearna Dia riaghail díreach do réasún an duine, 3000;--with ré (lé), to behave towards, to do to: is amhlaidh do-níthí riú, ‘thus it was done to them,’ 376; mar sin do-ní an bás ris na daoinibh, 763; cf. 2426, 3862, 9152, 9160;--3. with adj. as factitive predic., ‘to make (ugly, etc.)’; do-rinneadh cosmhail riú é, ‘he was made like to them,’ 1391; is dochraidh...do-rinnis do sgéimh, 1341; do-rinneadar...nocht mé, 9217;--4. used periphrastically with verb. noun follg: an tan do-ghéantar na peacthaigh do dhealughadh, ‘cum separabuntur impii,’ 6409; nach diongnadaois iad féin d’inneall, 523, 2240; go ndéantar iad...d’ionnradh, 2320; do-níthear é d’fhóirithin, 2333; nach diongnadh an mhailís a thuigse do chlaochlódh, ‘ne mutaret,’ 5313; nach déinid iad féin d’anacal air, 5514; go ndiongnadh...a bhreith don tsaoghal, 6086; do-ghéan do chonnlughadh, ‘I will make thy collecting,’ for colligeris, 6094; do-ghéantaoi an beó do thoghairm, 6128; cf. 6581, 6719, 7091, 7175, 7841

Trí Bior-Ghaoithe an Bháis: The Three Shafts of Death. Author: Geoffrey Keating. Editor: Osborn Bergin.

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