tairnge

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n io, m. spike, point, nail, peg : hic clauus. t.¤ , Ir. Gl. 443 . a chathcarpat ... cona thair[n]gib gaíthe bitís ar fertsib, LU 6481 (TBC). scengith a tairrneda estibh (of ships), Aen. 244 . táeb fri tairngib `to lean upon spikes,' Metr. Dinds. iii 62.95 . do bhadar tairingedha iarainn saiti as (of a bridge), Aisl. Tond. 126.10 . ic tennad a tairngi tightening their nails (?) TTr. 136 . co nār f[h]āguib in ghaoth ... tairrnge gan tēgadh, ML² 704 . 'nā tairrngi gan trotlugud, CF 48 . tairngeadha a chinn (of Christ), Studies 1931, 662 § 16 . ó ghaibhneadh chruaidh trí dtairngeadh from the hard forging of three nails, DDána 61.4 . Cf. PBocht 4.45 . ag sníomh tairngeadh `driving ... nails,' TD 6.9 . bera ... co ngrantairngnib (sic leg.) darts with ugly spikes, Cog. 160.28 . an tairrnge congbhus an maide gan tuitim, AFM iii 312.5 . tairngidhe an tabearnacuil, Exodus xxxv 18 . t.¤ i m-beó (proverb), Hard. ii 408.2 . a' táirne tiarpa membrum virile, ZCP v 227.878 .