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teipe n io, n. vn. of do-eipen. f., IGT Decl. § 3 (44.7) . Also
65 teibeadh m. g s. -idh and -the, § 107 . (a) act of cutting:
`tebeadh' ainm do bhuain bhunaidh, Met. Gl. 26 § 26 .
tebe .i. buain, Lec. Gl. 7 , Stowe Gl. 125 . iar tepe Eua as a
thoeb ... iar tepe na noem eclaisi as a thoeb (of Adam and
Christ), PH 3427 . in ní ata i n-adbul teipi na huire `the
70great cutting of the churchyard
,' Laws i 202.26 Comm. (gloss-
ing im diubu n-uire). ni fil iarn lib fria thepi ┐ fria dluige
(of ploughing the earth), Alex. 969.
(b) cutting out, extracting (of the fashioning of Gaelic
out of the other languages): conaitchitar ... gu Fenius
75berla ... do thebiu doibh asna hilberlaib, Auraic. 196 . don
tebi rotebed isin Gaedilg (`to the selection that was selected
in Gaelic
'), 2 . Of the compiling of a book: a thotlugud do
scoil mhoir co Fenius ... a thepe doibh inna nUraicept
(`that it should be selected for them as their primer'), 1108 =
80 a th. ¤ doib in uraicepta, Lec. 158a13 . Of the analysis of a
word: a chet-dichneadh dno .i. epi augdair .i. tepe in focul
fadesin, Auraic. 391 . Cf. forsin aibgitir .i. forsin tebe
auctair nó forsin tebe ic duar .i. ic focol nó forsin tebe ic
tur nó onní as apigtorium (possible etymologies of word
85 aibgiter), Lec. 152d22 . Note also: `teibedh' ainm gach
tinsceduil, Met. Gl. 18 § 54 (teasccadh, tasgar v.ll.). teibeadh
re tus tindscedail ... inand son ┐ ced smuainiud cindti
cacha caingni re turgbail cacha tinsgedail, do reir mar do
smuain in fir-Dhia ... na seacht sair-nime, MR 90.2 , 94.1 .
(c) pulling, wrenching : teibeadh .i. buain, no tarraing,
5O'Cl. dobretha Fergus tepe forsin ṅgabail, TBC 772 , cf.
TBC² 325 . tug tepedh ┐ tren-tarrang ar an sleigh, MR
286.8 . tug teibeadh ┐ tréan-tarraing uirthe (viz. a bell-
rope), Content. xxvii 4 n.
(d) In religious syll. verse cutting off from, rejection,
10 refusal (of heaven to a sinner) : tug an brugh thuas do
theibe | ar gcruas dá chur i mbuige has caused heaven to be
cut off from me
, PBocht 12.7 . ód fhleidh ní tráth dar dtei-
beadh, DDána 48.20 . ? do ghabh sé tráth rer teibe | as
é as fhath dá fhoighide, IGT Decl. ex. 160 . Note also :
15 mian síothchána acht sinn dá teibe (sic leg.) | atá ar do Mhac
`They Son desires peace, we decline it,' Dán Dé xix 23 .
Also : minna trí nerlom do bheith ann, ┐ gan tibedh mionn
eile da tecmadh ann iad not to reject (?), H.3.17 col. 445
( O'D. 582 ). cen a tibe ní da fuigbea log a cruid, E iii 5²,
20 26a ( O'D. 1376 ).
(e) Various : creach ceall cá tarbha a teibe | ceann
Banbha nír buaineide `raiding of churches [I say] what
profit to abstain from ?
,' O'Gr. Cat. 334.20. nár theibe doibh
go lá an bhais `they would not flinch,' Oss. iv 104.x . do bhen
25G. ... teibedh na teccmála as na h-Iarladhaibh `gained the
onset of the battle
,' FM v 1572.7 .

teipernigid v g (do-eprinn) pours out : is maith cach broinn
i mbídh in bēlrad aidhbind .i. teibernighes aircetal ūaithi,
Anecd. v 22 n. 5 .

30 teipersiu n n,f. vn. of do-eprinn. (a) spring, stream ; shower :
inna teipersen gl. fluenti, Ml 126a14 . tipirsnea gl. stillicidia,
81c9 . tepairsnea gl. fluanta, 123d1 . inna tepairsnea , 129d12 .
ar meit inna tepairsen `for the greatness of the springs,'
129d15 . tipra .i. tepersiu, Corm. Bodl. 46.
35(b) act of flowing, welling, dripping, dropping : brēisiu .i.
teibrisi, Corm. Y 180 . teibearsain na fola .i. sileadh, no
snighe na fola, O'Cl. ba cosmail fria snige tepersu a inchinde,
Corm. 36.25 . braich ... tri la for dibuirsin, Laws ii 240.19 .
tiprata ┐ aibne in domain nāt chumsantais do dibairsi
40dogrés, Ériu ii 98.16 . cid mor in tepersain ┐ in fleochad,
PH 6365 . roescomla demun iarum tria thepersin a brond
fluxu ventris daemon egressus est, Lat. Lives 96.2 . o thebirsin
truim na dileand, YBL 62a16 . a lomma crō ic teprisin dar
bela na n-aladh batar fair, RC x 184.20 . sgenach saille ┐
45sgenach carinedh ag teibirsin aiste `a thin slice of fat and a
thin slice of lean oozing out of it
,' xxix 220.12 . sruth ... ag
teibersain ... frisin all, Buile Ṡ. 134.20 . linnte fíor-uisge
ag snoidhe ┐ ag síor-thibersin idir na crannaibh, ITS i 134.1 .
teguid datha iomdha dhe ┐ teibersain for a thenccuidh, ┐
50ni rolaboir cach diobh re aroile his tongue went limp (= he
became tongue-tied
), Ériu iv 54.7 . a tenga ar tibersain ina
cend, Comp. Con C. 78.6 . See tebesl—.
(c) Transitively act of shedding, pouring out (usually of
blood) : ba he a airfitiud connice sin .i. tepersiu folai, Alex.
55 1036 . frossa fola do thepersin co frítha na parti cró, LL
25b28 . nír gabh Alaxander in doman gan teibirsain fola,
Expugn. Hib. 17 . scrín Phettar ┐ Phóil acc tepersain fola
for altóir Pattraicc i nArd Macha, FM ii 826.x . go rabhadar
a shúile 'na dtobraibh ag teibearsain déar, TSh. 5936 . ac
60tebersin a mbláith ┐ a nduille (of trees), Ériu iii 156.16 .
scotha ... oc tebersin meala pouring out honey, RC xiv
44 § 52.

1 teipersnech adj o, ā (teipersiu) fluid, flowing, dripping :
tipirsnechaib gl. (undis refluis), Ml 121a18 . donaib nephteip-
65irsnechaib `to the non-fluids,' 129d4 . ro siacht cneadhach
fuiltepe[r]snach do cum a luinge, Leb. Gab. 244.31 .

2 teipersnech n[ā, f.] (teipersiu) act of dripping, flowing :
sruth for teibersnaigh fora fedh, Marco P. 122 . ar
thioparsaigh in stammering tones (?), 23 I 1, 111.7 .

70 teipersnige n iā, f. (1 teipersnech) fluidity : ba teipirsnige
aicned inna tonn `the nature of the waves was fluidity,'
Ml 129d5 .

teipid vsee do-eipen.

teipide adj io, iā part. of do-eipen cut, excised, fashioned, selected :
75(a) In phr. Bérla t. ¤ the selected language, Gaelic (see teipe) :
cia tucait ar a n-ebarar berla tebige don gaeidilg ? Ni
hansa, uair ro teibed as cach bérla, Arch. iii 247.5 . in
bérla teibidi cona fortormaigib .i. Bérla Féne ┐ Iarmbérla
┐ a mBérla n-eadarscartha ... ┐ Bérla na filed ... ┐ an Gnath-
80bérla, 17 . san cheathramhadh mír don Ghaedhilg ré
ráidhtear Béarla Teibidhe, Keat. ii 948 , cf. 141 . bérla
teibide co tenn | Gaeidelg sciamda gá scríbenn (in a poem
listing the languages spoken by the various invaders of
Ireland), SG 348.11 . a thintód sin tra ┐ a chiall isin belra
85thebide (i.e. from Hebrew into Irish), LB 230a48 . bearla
theibidhe `of the physicians,' Eg. Gl. 625 . Cf. teanga air
siubhal go coitcheann idir na cineadhachaibh ... nach raibhe
díleas aig cineadh air bith, darbh 'ainm an Bérla Teibhidhe,
ITS xxiv 68.24 .
(b) In Auraic. in phr. deime t. ¤ , transl. ` selected neuter',
5of neuter names of parts of the body : it he sin na deime
tebede ┐ na lanamna deme ┐ a ngeni-se, 569 . cend cridhe
fuolach (=fulang, 1808 ) deime teibidi in fir, 4994 . cich
┐ glun a ndemi thepide (of the word ben), 1853 . trefhocul
... co raib and ... a demi thepidi, 5078 . See ZCP xvii 279.
10 Cf. tobaide .i. cinnti, ut est cain-bera do dliged ar bera
do thurbaid tobaide .i. tepe [de] .i. cinntí, O'Dav. 1523.
See tóbaide.