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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.

? teipsi ind tinfeth dedoirn .i. t. ¤ calma in chrainn fria araile,
O'Dav. 736.

15 teipthech adj o, ā (teipe) : rí ar tachar nár theiptech `the king
who never
failed ,' Duan. Finn i 63.1 .

teirce xsee tercae.

teirmin n(late loanwd. fr. Lat. terminus, cf. termonn) end of
a period, point of time : betha ┐ saethar in duine ... do
20beith i n-a t. ¤ dímaín, De Contemptu 362 v.l. is e as tosach
don easlainti an termin an bind (an a mbinn, v.l.) an dileghtha
go nemfollus, RC xlix 8.6 .

1 teirt num(Lat. tertius) third . Precedes and forms compd. with
qualified noun. (a) Gramm. ¤ persin third person : huare
25ata tertpersin immechomarcatar treo, Sg. 138a4 . cen in
tert-persin, 161a4 . tertpersin brethra ... for tertpersain
uerborum , 197a15 . ┐ it tertpersin gl. ... sunt personae et
tertiae, 211b9 . ¤ choibden third conjugation : hi sechma-
dachtu tertchoibedna, 11a1 . (b) In dates following Roman
30system of notation : i terttid Aipril `on the eleventh of
April
,' Fél. 114.16 . hi tertid Noimbir `on the third before
the ides of November
,' RC ii 386 § 8 . i teirtkalaind Mai
miadaig, LL 142a10 . i tert Kalaind Octimper, PH 6278 .
i teirt—Kallaind Mharta, Lism. L. 4633 = (ante diem) tertium
35Kalendas, xc s.v. Murcertach Oc ... do marbad i tert Noin
Octimbir, Ann. Conn. 1401.5 .

2 teirt n f. (Lat. tertia (hora)) g s. na tertae , Ériu iii 100 § 26 .
terta, SR 8033 . teirt, Ériu xii 168.6 . In Mid. Ir. usually
teirte.
40 The canonical hour of tierce , between anteirt or prím and
sest or medón laí (see tráth, and KMMisc. 142 ff. ) ; the
service performed at that hour, terce : antert, tert, sest ...,
Thes. i 3.35 . t. ¤ a tertia hora , Corm. Y 1210 . na trí cóicait
do gabáil | ó th. ¤ co t. ¤ , Ériu i 196 § 13 . co t. ¤ in lúain,
45 ii 194 § 6 (co fuin maitne, v.ll.). t. ¤ ar is ínnte rodilsigead
Crist o Phoint Pilait, KMMisc. 144.2 . dofusce A. trath
teirti, Ériu xii 168.9 . tainic in trāth gabāla | in tirt is
comlann, ZCP vi 262.11 . ceileabharthar in t. ¤ leo =hora
tertia ... laudes dicunt divinas, Lat. Lives 109.8 . itir t. ¤ ┐
50noin, Laws i 104.22 Comm. ro mharbhais cét ... | ... | im
thrath teirte, TBC 6113 . an T. ¤ 'gá maithtear móirfhearg,
Dán Dé xxiv 3 . ? dream san bhfíonghort fá th. ¤ thall,
DDána 42.2 . condus ficcedh tert ar a bhárach, FM vi
1896.5 .i. go dtigeadh an mhaidin, no eirighidh greine, note.
55ria nuair teirte ar a bharach ` before sunrise ,' v 1652.10 .

? 3 teirt ind t. ¤ an cholaigh iobhlaidh fhéir (: beirt) `a tortuous
and Jew-like villain's trick
,' O'Bruad. ii 268 (treith, treit,
v.ll.).

téis n(Lat. thesis) co cutrummas fo airse ┐ teis `in arsis and
60 thesis ,' Goid. 101.45 .

? teisbeirt x .i. médughadh, O'Cl. rī ūa Nēill in deiscert
de | gusin tesbe[i]rt toghaidhe, ZCP xiii 9.4 . ? Compd. of
2 tess and bert.

teisc x=teist ? : rótbiat limm anige int slúaig | fo th. ¤ sainigthe
65Samúail, SR 5846.

teiscin n a name of the `drisiuc' poet (before ordination ,
Plummer MS. notes) : ce he in gradh filidh is comor eneclann
riana uirneadh ┐ iarna uirneadh ? Nī. in drisic ┐ t. ¤ .i. tinn-
scedal ; ... ┐ deismirecht air : eneclann t. ¤ is cuma fri drisic
70.i. uair is e in drisic fein sin, H.3.18, 644ab ( O'C. 1442 ).

teiscleimnech n(? teisclim) metre used by a `taman' poet :
in taes clomnach tamuin (in teisc lemnech, v.l.), IT iii 65.7 =
deismereacht arin tuaiscleimnech tamain, ZCP xvii 276.5 .
in teisclemnech tamain, Laws v 64.13 Comm. taman t. ¤ ,
75 Nero A vii, 147a ( O'D. 2213 ). forragatt amail tuisclemnig
.i. forrgit amail eoin taescait a lomanna a ndliged dona dainib,
H.3.18, 322 ( O'C. 660 ).

teisclim n n, n. (? vn. of compd. of glenn—). learning, instruc-
tion (?) : cécib fearscal no geinfidhe uaidib ... do chor fri
80tescclim acus fri foghloim seanchusa, Hy Fiachr. 76.15 .
ní fō lith diar teisclimim, | t. ¤ dontí rom-c[h]uitigh, ZCP
vii 305.29 . cia roich teisctiu tescleimim tuath ó taman co
fochluc, Nero A vii, 135b ( O'D. 2195 ). saidti co teisctiu
teisclem, Nero A vii 137a ( O'D. 2198 ).

85 ? teisctiu xsee prec.

teisite xsee teistiu.