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teclaimid, teclamaid v(2 teclaim) collects, gathers, brings
together: fer ... ro bae i n-airmitin riam is do teclaimimse
(sic leg.) in lacht ṅdedenach, RC xxv 35.29 . teaglomaidh
80... Cenel C. na coinne co Druim Chliabh, FM iii 82.15 . co
tegail ben blicht bo finne ... .i. cinnas teglamas in ben blicht
na bo finne, Eg. 88, fo. 17 (18)c ( O'C. 2240 ). teclaimmit
brait ┐ cethra an tire co hoenbale, TTr.² 721 . teclamther
cach ni is solam `wird alles gesammelt (?),' Cóic Con. Fug.
85 56 § 130 . ní theclaimtís feis Temrach do ríg cen rignai
lais, IT i 118.29 . ro theclaim inne a brond ina ucht
`gathered his bowels into his breast,' RC iii 181.16 . nech ro
chumdaigh ┐ ro theglaim ┐ ro thinoil an leabur sa a leabh-
raibh ilimdaibh ailibh, AU iii 430.4 . ro tecluma[d] in
femnach, Laws i 170.14 Comm.
5 Part. tionolit co teglomhtha gl. targlomoid tinol, Leb.
Gab. 106 n. 2 . Vn. teclamad.

teclamad n u, m. vn. of teclaimid (teclamaid) collecting,
assembling, bringing together (trans.): ár teclammad a
morchruid, SR 5054 . iar teclomad sét, Alex. 153 . in
10teclomadsa na hEorpa for slúagud, TTr.² 780 . buain ┐
imsgathadh do denamh no toglamadh ┐ timsugadh, ZCP
viii 540.3 . teglomadh, 4 . oc teaglumad fledi, MR 22.1 .
slógh mór do thecclamadh dó dionnsaighidh Átha Lethain,
FM iii 510.4 . ar tteaclamadh screaptradh ┐ seinleabhar
15nEireann co haon maighin, i 132.12 . Of an assembled
army: dariacht in tecclamad sin co inad n-urdalta, TTr.
155.

tecle xsee téicle.

? tecma n happening, occurrence: is annsin tarla tegma tubais-
20dech, Celt. Rev. i 210.4 (teadhma, B iv 1, by-form of
teidm? Or leg. tecmáil).

tecmaicid v i (tecmang, do-ecmaing) impers. happens, occurs:
in lucht tiagat tar dorus D. amach ... t. ¤ drochut doib,
LB 158a52 . See tecmaigid.

25 tecmaid vsee do-ecmaing.

tecmaigid v g =do-ecmaing happens, turns out; meets: iondas
co tigmhuigheadh co tarbhach a chach so that it should
prove profitable
(of conversation), ITS xxix 130.30 . dá
dteagmhóchadh beithidhigh ... an domhain dam, ITS i
30168.27 . féachaidh an dtiongó libh | dréachtach adéaradh
ní is romhó ris `try if you can meet with ... a poet,' Ó Bruad.
ii 200 (tteangmhódh, tteangó, v.ll.). See tecmaicid.

tecmáil n f. Late vn. of do-ecmaing (see tecmang). teg-
mháil, IGT Decl. § 148. (a) happening, chancing, occurring:
35 ni geiss ro adhairset ar Máirt díbh seach a chele, acht a
tegmáil but just that it chanced, Expugn. Hib. 71 . tedhm
diofulaing do teccbháil i ccrích Chonnacht, FM iii 236.4 .
nī mōr gurab ann ba romhaith lesna maithib sin tegmhāil
`to fall there by chance' (i.e. the coast of England), Fl. Earls
40 12.7 . Usually with prepp. meeting, encountering, falling
into, etc. Cf. teagmháil, teacht a gcomhdhail a n-airrcis,
Eg. Gl. 582 . With ar: do chuáidh súas do theagmháil
ar Israel a athair `to meet,' Gen. xlvi 29 . Of sexual inter-
course: tegmhail ar mhnaoi phosda fhir oile, Luc. Fid.
45 108.4 (=re mnaoi, O'Hussey T.C. 172.15 ). With co: ba
toich doib do tecmail chucu mac na mna do marb a tigernai
they thought they would meet (`to gather unto them'), RC
xxiv 186.4 . With do (most commonly) meeting; happening
to: can T. ... do thegmail dó ara chind, TTebe 98 8. do
50chonnarc[sa] ridire og ... do t. ¤ do nech uasal, RC xix 130.6 .
Of intentional rather than chance meetings: do órduigh
dóibh teagbháil dhó ar an gCraoibh chéadna, Maguires of
F. 44.24 . do iaraid toirc[h]esa do thecmāil duit that you
might become pregnant
, ZCP vii 308.8 . Note also: do lēic
55ech in rīgh ar a glūinibh hī ar tecmhail a dhligid crīstaidi dī,
ZCP xiii 182.31 . With eter: mo teccmáil ... eter lamaib
... mo muintire, CCath. 5110 . With fri meeting, happening,
etc.: teccmáil fris as réim re hard `to encounter him,' BNnÉ
286.30 . cloch ... ag teagmháil ré cosaibh na híomháighe,
60 TSh. 4038 . dogeibh tu urcoid do theagmail re cosaibh
daíní hécin ┐ nach benenn si rena lamhaibh, 23 P 10, 4a7 .
Also in sense (b) (as vn.): teagmháil rem thoil ndílis | damh
gidh dorus cumhang `to fight my self-will,' PBocht 22.11 .
Mac Catharnaigh ... do thecmail fri Dondcadh clashed ,
65 RC xvii 357.24 . With i n- falling into, becoming involved in:
teagmháil i bpríosún, TSh. 4685 . do fhéad tusa | gan
teagmháil san tagra-sa `you could have avoided this dispute,'
Content. ix 18 . Frequ. of falling into sin: gan teagbhail
annsna peacaidhibh ceadhna ni sa mhó, ZCP iv 448.6 .
70 gne dibh (sc. d'urchóitib) a teagmail isna haeibh, 23 P 10,
11b40 . dorala don Eidip sin tecmaill ... i cend a athar,
TTebe 101 . With la: ? a tecmail lais do cech thorba `what
falls to him of every profit
,' Ériu i 218.x . achtamaoid teang-
mháil le cheile | um Fhéil Mhíchíl `that we meet together,'
75 ITS iii 186.97 .
(b) hostile encounter, battle, dispute: tegmáil tochair,
Ériu iv 216 § 16 . cúis na teagmhála ó tá ann `since there
is a case for battle
,' TD 18.12 . lín tegmhála, ALC i 378.20 .
do deachaid ... co cosnam (.i. tecmail) ┐ cestaib fri P.,
80 Trip. l 29 . ar tógmháil da ttegmhálibh `on removing
their difficulties
' (=causes of disagreement), Rel. Celt. ii
262.35 . biáidh gach áon amadán ag teagmháil `every fool
will be meddling
,' Prov. xx 3.

tecmaingthech adj o, ā (tecmang) accidental, fortuitous: huanaib
85 tecmaiṅgthechaib gl. ex accidentibus, Sg. 39a31 . Adv.:
inttecmaiṅgthech .i. tecmaing amin gl. fortuitu, 29a1 .