tass

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tass or dil.ie/40190

 

n (cf. sos, tost ?) a state of rest, inactivity, idleness: tas .i. comhnaidhe, O'Cl. tarrasair in sruth 'na thoss | dia rémim, SR 1633 . int-aislinge ... | amal teidm torainn a t.¤ like thunder in a calm (?), 3375 . in grian ... | nis gluais rosṁbai inna t.¤ , 5107 . ar domrala sund im th.¤ `since it chances that I sojourn here,' Metr. Dinds. iv 164.31 . etir dēnum neich ocus beith i t.¤ whether active or idle, ACL iii 222.z . airisfet-sa im thoss im shíd, Ériu vii 221.4 . guid iar firdul cia bé hi toss, SR 1608 . co cuala fogur mór inna ngenti ... atrubairt friu bith in a toss prohibuit eos, Lat. Lives 14.8 . a chara, cin cop hē (? leg. co mbé) hi t.¤ | dotrala f[o] aineolass, ZCP xiii 3 § 1 . Frequ. gaibid t.¤ comes to rest, halts, comes to anchor (of ships): am-míl n-ingnad rogab t.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 100.15 . go rosgabh an coblach tas `the fleet stands still,' Leb. Gab.(i) 204.31 . ó roghabhsatt tass (sic leg.) an dúsin (of a fleet putting into harbour), Hugh Roe 292.z . In chevilles: Simon is Tatha cen t.¤ , SR 7591 . roimgaib can tas bad timm, LL 32b40 . nuall cen thas, IT iii 45.27 (thais, v.l.).