tathchor

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tathchor or dil.ie/40221

 

n o, m. vn. of do-aithchuiredar.

(a) Intrans. returning: a tadchur huli `the return of them all,' Ml. 34d20 . tadchor as in doiri, 131c11 . taidchor, 117b5 . 131d11 - 13 . ni fil taidchur do dochum in choirpsin ... na bíd taidchur dúnni dano don chorp marbdu, Wb. 3a14 . in taidchor gl. reversionem, Ml. 47b3 . ma arfuirestae díb in taidchur són, 47b6 . iar taidchur dochum a tire, 62b4 . taidchuir dochum a thire `of return to his land,' 62c8 . in daithchuir gl. recursús, 42c26 . taidchuir macc nisrahel a doiri `of the return,' 46a26 . t.¤ a bás i mbás ... tadchor a bás i mbethaid, LU 2686 . ní bia traig cen tatcor, Anecd. ii 41 § 13 . conar dorcha drub cen t.¤ (of death), LL 371a15 . ? a tadhgor Scota do milidh | do chosnam in tiri síar, BB 19b27 . ? o forcend flathiusa Meadh co tochur as Daire Babilonda, MacCarthy 280.15 .

(b) Trans. sending back, away, returning: iarna th.¤ a Pardos, SR 1474 . la t.¤ ... Iohain `the removal ,' Fél. June 24 . bat iascaireda togaide iat ... fri t.¤ in popuil docum cretme, LB 181a4 . Of the returning of a fosterchild by the foster-father: tachur cen mialtur (text) .i. tathchur a daghaltrumu cen dethbiri, Laws ii 164.18 Comm. See Gloss. s.v. iarraith. doluid alali banscal do t.¤ maic for clerech do muntir Patraicc, Irish Texts i 14.11 `to accuse a priest of P.'s household of being the father of her child,' Ir. Hist. Stud. i 132 . ? ina ta[?th]chur ar diumann (sic leg.) for sending her away in contempt, H 3.18, 498 ( O'Curry 1240 ).

(c) cycle (of years), great Paschal cycle of 532 years: in bliadhain dedenach ind lantadchoir o tainic P. i n-Eirind (i.e. 964 = 432+532), AU i 478.12 , and see ii 46 n. cétna bliadain tossaich óigtathcuir, RC xvi 406.14 . ni tig siclus co cenn .v. mbliadan .xxx. ar .D. iar n-ogtaig cóir, Fél. 98.6 , see 465 . See óg compds.