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85 tedbarthae adj io, iā part. of *do-edbair presented, applied,
brought about: anas t. ¤ in mes `when the examination is
applied
,' Ml 47a5 . a mmír ṁbastidbarthae death-bringing ,
76a16 . taudbartha gl. oblatum, Acr. 7a2 .

tedbarthi gerund. of *do-edbair to be presented, applied :
t. ¤ gl. offerenda, Ml 126d3 . ní tedparthi inso `this is not to be
5applied
,' Sg. 6b23 .

tedfúapairt xsee tidḟúapairt.

tedm nsee teidm.

tedmannach, teidmnech adj o, ā (teidm) (a) pestilential, full of
disease : bliadain chalad chessachtoch, acht ger bhó cesno-
10dach tedhmandach hí, ALC ii 230.x . is teidmnech ind ail
breithre `is deadly,' RC xvi 79.23 .
(b) Of persons evilly disposed, perverse, etc. : teidhmneach
.i. táomannach .i. drochaigeantach; teidhmneach .i.
dásachtach; teidhmneach .i. duine deabhthach, no cean-
15nairceach, O'Cl. Cf. O'R. tedmnach tuaimnech disceinm-
nech (of the devil), SR 946 . Eocho Feidlimid find fine |
nir bo theidmnech timcride, LL 131b37 . an torathar
tedmandach dar-bo comainn Spínx, TTebe 900 .
? To this: fá'n gcrích úir theadmhannaigh the (: sean-
20Ghallaibh ` music-loving ,' as if to 1 tét), Misc. Celt. Soc.
356.11 . ?atabonar trebh ar teidhmnech turranach, Nero
A vii, 146b ( O'D. 2212 ).

tedúar n force, impetus : t. ¤ gl. impes, Sg. 102b1 . indaas cech
teduar gl. fortior impetus, Ml 83a6 . dia mbai in teduar os
25cech maig | diar'hort Heruad in maccraid, SR 7543.

tégad, téiged n u, m. vn. of téigid. g s. tégtha, BNnÉ 31.33 .
téighthi, IGT Decl. ex. 836 . téighthe, Studies 1921, 419 § 16 .
Heating, warming : ? is combruth coteigthi ┐ is tégud
timmsaigthech (of a marching army), TTr. 1509 . grian
30d'ar t. ¤ , Alex. 867 . a leigeas .i. fligh (=fliuch) do teiged ris,
┐ is e sin othrus is luga is in mberla (of a wound), H.3.18,
290 ( O'C. 587 ). cubat di thegad mu lóin, Arch. iii 310 § 3 =
cumall do theíghed mu luäin (.i. mu taebh), ZCP xii 360.23
(B. na f.). meóir dá ttéghadh (i.e. from the clapping of
35hands in grief), Studies 1919, 257 § 11 . téaghadh na leice
(of hell), DDána 10.41 . téaghadh na háite uaire | deacair
d'fhior na haon-uaire, 88.27 . ar togail na gaithi is an aer
fuar tar eis a teidhti, Ir. Astr. Tr. 148.5 . iar teighedh na
leinedh ma cnes, St. Ercuil 2506 . eineach fír-seghuinn
40séire | ag fir tégtha isin náoimglionn hospitaller (?), BNnÉ
31.33 =ag fior tighe, 28 (prose). do dhingeadar go teann
an treas dá dtéagadh `to warm themselves,' ML 132.12 .
co nār fhāguib in ghaoth aca ... tairrnge gan tēgadh, ML²
704 =tennadh, ML 48.15 . Cf. aca gortugad do dornaib ┐
45aca tegad do baiseocaib being `warmed' with blows, LB
280b77 .
Of feelings, affections : ar ghaol bhfuar cá fearr téaghadh ?
Aithd. D. 67.32 . téaghadh ceardcha an ghrádha, 77.13 .
lé gean do bheith uirre agá téaghadh ar thinnteán ... na
50toile, TSh. 1588 . Hence love, affection : nach taithniomh
ná téaghamh ná aon-phiuc grádh dhe, ZCP v 222.676 (Midn.
Court). causing to blush, putting to shame (?) : bar n-éra
nír chleacht, a chléirchi | méla techt a théighthi tríbh,
IGT Decl. ex. 836 . ? is gal cacha mna a tegadh .i. beodhacht,
55 H.3.18, 629b ( O'C. 1385 ) (? leg. tengadh).

tegais nand derivv. see tegdais, etc.

tegdais n[? ī, i, and ā, f. cf. Thurn. Hdb. § 293 ] (tech. See
Bidrag 154 ). Somet. spelt tegais. n s. also tegdas, SR
4206 . LU 8043 . techdais, Thes. ii 294.11 . g s. usually
60 tegdaise, but tegdassa, Thes. ii 292.22 . d s. tegdais. n a p.
tegdaissi, Ml 65c13 . 121d5 .
I (a) house, dwelling, mansion : ind uile t. ¤ .i. plebs gl.
domus, Wb 33a3 . cenmathá in t. ¤ nucut, 33a4 . isin t. ¤ `in
the house
,' 33a5 . is hé som ... conrotaig in t. ¤ , 33a5 . hi t. ¤
65Annae ┐ Cafae, Ml 44b1 . di techdaisib sainemlaib, 105b7 .
amal t. ¤ foratochar deglí gl. ut domus ..., Tur. 14 . i tōeb
tegdaise `beside her house,' Thes. ii 348.1 . do th. ¤ Abraim,
SR 2802 . for lár do tegtisiu `on the floor of thy house,' Mon.
Tall. 160.3 . hi t. ¤ máir, LU 10089 . Bethfaghe ... dommus
70maxillarum `t. ¤ na leccan,' PH 4548 . hi tairec a tige techta
... nar ap tech salach ... no narp aen do na tri tegdaisi `one
of the three inferior houses
,' Laws i 130.19 Comm. a theagh-
dais óir puirt Parrthais (of the Blessed Virgin), A. Ó Dálaigh
xxv 10. dā beg-loing dessa go tteghduisip lonnradhacha
75`with white houses,' Fl. Earls 102.16 . teaghdhaisi treabhar-
dhaingne (for storing food), ML 6.25 . go nglanuid teghais
a gcoinnsiasa go minic (of people who go frequently to
confession), Mac Aingil 291.14 .
(b) With attributes of houses adapted to special purposes:
80 tégdais ngadaige (a s.), PH 7572 . tegdaise rígda palaces ,
Alex. 884 . Metaph. of the system of literary rank: cli .i.
fo cosmailius na clethi bis isin t. ¤ sdaraigi `the historian-
house
,' Laws v 28.7 Comm. a teaghais na filidhechta, iv
358.24 Comm.
85 II (a) tabernacle, church : tegdas Dé tabernacol, SR 4206 .
t. ¤ ernaigthe a house of prayer, PH 4588 . rocumdaighedh
teghdhais fo leith dó ┐ tuccadh a corp indte mausoleum (?),
RC xxv 400.2 . i dteaghdhaisibh muinighine in tabernaculis
fiduciae, TSh. 10907.
(b) room, apartment : seomraidhe codalta go tteghduissip
5tomhaltuiss ` dining-rooms ,' Fl. Earls 70.15 . teghduiss
stuidéir ` study ,' 104.13 . ? Here also : frisin tuirid ... no
imfuilnged in tech co torchratar na tri tegdáisi batar a
cínd a cheli ann, LB 128a4 . Cf. secht tteghdhuissidhi ag
in diūc i n-a ndingentor ┐ i n-a n-ullmhaighther salann
10`the Duke has seven mines,' Fl. Earls 82.4 .
(c) Of heaven and hell : an tAthair fhuil thuas | i n-a
theaghdhais thriuir, Studies 1931, 262 § 16 . an teaghdhais
i dtá Íosa, Dán Dé v 31 . hi tégdais tirimm tenntige (of
hell), PH 8297 . i dteaghdais diabhail, DDána 29.28 .
15(d) apostolic seat, see : tegduis apstolicda, ITS xix 70.6 .
tri tegduisi oiregda (i.e. foundations of SS. Peter, James
and John), 17 . tegduis apostolice, Fl. Earls 258.21 .
(e) Med. of bodily organs : atáit trí tegdaisi ag an fual,
O'Gr. Cat. 251.1. as na teghdhaisibh uachtaracha, 23 K 42,
20 202.15 .
(f) Of the joints of the fingers used to find the days of the
week on which Saints' Days fall : gébé teagais do na seacht
teagasaibh adubramair ... ar a tuiteand silla na féile ... más
ar teaghais an domnaigh ... eir an teagais as neasa na
25diaigh is ar an luan, O'Gr. Cat. 296.17 ff.
(g) ship, part of a ship (?), see under 1 tes, tlusdais.
COMPDS. ba roi-dhes teghduis-līnmhar ... in colāiste sin,
Fl. Earls 68.20 .