tromaigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tromaigid or dil.ie/42034

Forms: tromugud

v g (3 trom)

(a) Intrans. becomes heavy, is aggra- vated: etrumuighe re neithibh fuara do cur ris, ┐ tromuighi re neithibh te, Rosa Ang. 332.26 . gid be tromeochas ar an gcloich so bruidhfidher é =cadet super, Smaointe B. Chr. 2558.

(b) Trans. intensifies, inflicts on (for): tromaigeas Cairbri Nia fear | cis orro nar fhuilnedar, BB 30b8 . céad n-each ar thuaith tromaighthear a hundred steeds are exacted from a `tuath,' BR 208.8 . Impers. tromaigis arna fearaib | ma chorp in rig rorebaig `heavily went the men around the body,' Met. Dinds. iii 434.29 . do thromuigh ar mhoghsaine Chloinne Israel the bondage ... became more burdensome. TSh. 1934.

Vn. tromugud: do chuir orrtha innte do t.¤ a codulta `cast a spell upon her to make her sleep heavy,' Fier. 136 . ar ttromuccadh a luinge doibh after loading their ship, BNnÉ 74.13 . nir thromoghudh fair (of a warrior's armour), TBC p. 357 n. 2 (thortrommad, l. 2535 ). is do trumugud fiach for cintach co hindligthech, Laws v 178 n. 3 (torma[ch], text). tromughadh orra ... go roichinn lan-fiach increasing , O'C. 295 ( H. 3.18, 162 ). tromughadh gacha tinnis, TSh. 4067 . ar n-ar tromughadh o phecaghaibh, Smaointe B. Chr. 2001.