treóir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. treóir or dil.ie/41804

n i and k, f. IGT Decl. § 149 . See Éigse iii 181 . Thurn. Rheinisches Museum lxxxiv 188-92 (1935) ( Études Celt. i 374 ).

(a) guidance, direction, course: ar threoir duit iar set sain | d'admilliud Euá is Adaim, SR 1169 . cen ergna n-eolais, cen t.¤ , 3447 . aingeal Dé ag deanamh tréora dhó, BNnÉ 21 n. 1 . innraic treorach do Caoimgin `excellent of guidance to Coemgen,' 149.11 . gurab soraidh dhaoibh bur ttreōir | a gcrīochaibh an domain mōir, Feis Tighe Chonáin 1084 . mina faghbadais treoir ele, RC xx 424.x . ar feuphus a treorach isin Laitin, Auraic. 3403 . ni fuil aco treoir n-eloid for fairgi `they have no means of escape by sea,' Aen. 2043 . tainicc an tres rí ... dochum ar Tigerna le treoir na réltainne, Maund. 136 . a dtreoir is téarnamh docra | Eoin an t-éarlamh ionmholta `Eoin their guide dispelleth woe,' Arch. Hib. i 97 § xxiii . do luighe is tacha dar dtreoir (a sick chieftain), DDána 79.27 . ceannas feadhna Mhaoise ┐ a th.¤ go Tír Tairrngire Moses' leadership and guidance, TSh. 9815 . an tí cheileas a cheana, ní bhfaghadh t.¤ do dheunamh dó, Eochairsg. 74.29 . ag deunamh treoradh do'n Eagluis ┐ d'a stiúradh, 11.29 .

(b) Of swimming: dul tar abind na be snam doib, Laws iv 126.6 .i. tairsce tar aibínd domain na be treoir, 19 Comm. docuaid mo treoir uisci uaim, Acall. 4563 v.l. cid damsa gan dul do tshnám ... uair ní raibi nech bud ferr t.¤ ar lindtib ... na misea, 7229 v.l. See under étreóir.

(c) activity, movement, progress, energy: aistreoir .i. aistreach a treoir ic buain cluig `his movements are ambulatory in ringing a bell,' Laws v 22.6 Comm. maith a treoir trebair dia threib | ic buain ind ḟéoir dia athair, SR 1899 . ocus mé i ndaire cen t.¤ , 3179 . tenn in t.¤ `stout the strength,' Ériu iv 110.6 . turnfaid sin do thréoir `shall lower thy strength,' Misc. Hag. Hib. 40.x . ciniud intamlaigteach ... re macaib Milead ... ar rologud, ar treoir, ┐ ar airberit, Cog. 160.15 . feirrde treoir na dtrí Muire | do bhí Eoin 'gá n-ionghuire `their courage was increased by John's protecting them,' Dán Dé xx 36 . maith an fáth do theacht re a dt.¤ `there is good reason for resisting the power,' TD 9.41 . urnaigh do dheunamh air ar dtreoir féin `by our own force, pray to God,' Donlevy 210.17 .

(d) nail-mould, mould for hammering out nails: mír fáighdhe fuair | tairrnge asa tt.¤ (of a lean pig), Irish Texts i 27.4 . lán seacht saidhios go bpeidhre treorann, Ó Bruad. ii 232.15 .