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2 tend n o IGT Decl. § 63. I (a) strength, severity, force: ní
10t. ¤ forngari dlegar dosom forsuidiiu `he should not lay upon
such persons strict injunctions
,' Mon. Tall. 160.20 . ni geba
tuaignim ri tenn thou wilt not win vaulted Heaven for all thy
effort
(?), Bruchst. i 30 § 67 . Cf. DDána 37.40 . bai dias
dib co n-ilar t. ¤ | rogabsad rigi nEreand, BB 42b22 . mairg
15Troianu ara tairsitis t. ¤ , Aen. 189 . o na tarraidh Aenias t. ¤
for Tuirnn `did not get home an attack on,' 3077 . doberat t. ¤
comraic do A., TTr.² 509 . cusan tenn ┐ cusan tairisi ...
ro bui ic P. `strength,' CCath. 5770 . meabhaidh maidhm
forra gusan tenn ┐ gusan tairisiomh baoi leo in spite of
20their strength
, Hugh Roe 156.27 .
(b) hardship, stress, difficulty; battle (?): cingid dar firu
in cach tind (? battle), LU 3830 . ni thabair a thraigid fri
t. ¤ | na dingaib dfheraib h-Erend, TBC 1637 . in trath fa t. ¤
nir bo thim `when there was battle he was not feeble,' Ériu
25 v 244.206 . fúar mór t. ¤ sech cech n-erlam, Sitzb. 1912 xxv
439 § 3 . trēn ra cach tenn in triar, Rawl. 138a10 . toir-
bheartus do thuair teann `a gift that boded hardship,' Studies
1921, 258 § 6 . mairg ..., tárla idir an dá theann sin (i.e.
wind and sea), ML 48.5 .
30(c) warrior: t. ¤ .i. laech, LU 457 . a thind ┐ a threnfhir,
TTr. 827 . a t. ¤ ┐ a trenfer .i. Hectoir, 2088 .
(d) In phrases. i t. ¤ fri pressed against: ba he dichracht
in teichid commitis i teand re grian ... in t[sh]rotha aca
falach `pressing against the gravel,' TTebe 3514 . Cf. co
35torchair ┐ t. ¤ a droma re lar `with the breadth of his back on
the ground
,' 3143 . ōs do chind cen chleith robói i tind fri
cloich `she was in travail against a stone,' PRIA iii 3rd. ser.
546 § 6 (1893-6) . le t. ¤ by dint of: le teann doilbhthe draoigh-
eachta, GJ iii 122a42 . t. ¤ fri (i) t. ¤ force against force, conflict,
40a match for: ait a tarad t. ¤ ri tenn `where force was brought
against force
,' Ériu v 246.242 . ní cluchi mad tind ri tuind
(? leg. tind), ix 48 § 24 . da tuca dún t. ¤ fri t. ¤ , CRR 54.16 .
ris na ríoghaibh uaibh do b'fhearr | ódchí ar mbeith-ne
teann re teann `that we can match your best kings,' Content.
45 v 140 . nirb áil don rig ┐ don rigain cusa rancaibair tullem
ecraiti frib a tind hi t. ¤ , LU 8980 ( FB 73 ). mairg tochras
fri clerchib cell, | mairg doni riu t. ¤ i t. ¤ , YBL 173a14 . an
chalann chriadh teann i dteann | 's an t-anam riamh 'na
dhá rann ` in opposition ,' Dán Dé xxiii 36 . mairg re mbiadh
50do theann i dteann `the man with whom thy power conflicts,'
Aithd. D. 5.15 . ba (i.e. Brian) t. ¤ iar t. ¤ `he was valour after
valour
,' Cog. 100.24 .
II (a) power, authority: tugadh dhi teann an tíre power
over
, Aithd. D. 11.32 . fiche bliadhain ... | d'Fhiacha Fh. i
55dteann, Content. xxx 11 . bean lér toibhgheadh teann a fir,
A. Ó Dálaigh iii 2. theacht i dteann `growth in power,'
Studies 1939, 635 § 26 . ní bhiadh teann na nGall dár
bhfógradh, ITS iii 182.8 (1st ed.). t. ¤ ar power, authority over:
teann na hóighe ar eidhre nDé, Aithd. D. 63.6 . ro sir se
60t. ¤ ┐ tigernus ar Mac nDiarmata, Ann Conn. 1315.7 . is maith
an teann dam ar do Dhia | bheith ameasg a chliar `it is a
good claim for me on thy God
,' Oss. iv 60.9 . Criomhthann
... fuair teann | ar iaith Alban is Éireann `swayed the lands
...,' Keat. ii 5727 . gaibid t. ¤ (ar, i) gains power, authority
65over, in (a country): orra do ghabh Tuathal teann, Content.
v 102 . nír ghabh nert na tenn innti, AU ii 316.3 . loscthi
mora do denam doib, ┐ nir gabsat do thenn is tir acht mad
sin nama, Ann. Conn. 1276.2 . do gab tenn forra gan a
indisin do neoch `he charged them to tell no one,' Celt. Rev.
70 ii 302.y . nir gabatar tenn ar in turas sin `prevailed not,'
Caithr. Thoirdh. 134.x .
(b) t. ¤ as confidence, trust, pride in: ionnus nach cóir
déanamh tinn | as roinn Eireamhóin d'Éirinn, Content.
v 15 . déanamh teinn | ... a beathaidh Fhéidhlim, vi 247 .
75 mó ar dteann as a thrócaire, PBocht 17.6 . nách cóir | teann
as glóir dá méid, Dánta Gr.² 79.4 . Cf. i gcriaidh ní cóir
teann, DDána 8.7 . ? To this: ar anumhla téid mo th. ¤ |
ceann m'aradhna ná léig lim stubbornness, obstinacy (?),
IGT Decl. ex. 311.
80 III Various: nocho chuirther i cend Ailig t. ¤ acht Temair
` stronghold ,' Met. Dinds. iv 114.85 . tabair tenna ┐ trebaire
damsa guarantees and sureties (for a promise), LB 116a5 .
is ed fa t. ¤ ag T. `this was the intention T. had,' TTebe 1038 .
ní ar slāinti chúaidh dóibh an feolmhach sin, 's gan tenn
85arāin aca when they had no bread to go with it (?), Cín Lae Ó
Meall. 29.27 .
? Here also: cedna toissech tricheim tenn | reia macaibh
Miled mortenn `the first chief who lighted a blaze,' Bodl.
Dinds. 22 . 's truagh nach léir damh a beanna | gidh gnáth
a dteanna dearga ` fire, beacon ' (Gloss.), Keat. Poems 12 .
5 Cf. tendál.

tendad n u, m. vn. of 1 tendaid. (a) pressing, straining, tighten-
ing: ic tennad a tairngi, TTr. 136 . oc tennad a étaig
`tightening his raiment,' RC xiii 102.15 . tucustair t. ¤ ...
fair he gave him a squeeze, CCath. 2958 . go nár fhágaibh
10an ainbhthine ... tairrnge gan teannadh, ML 48.16 . ro
gab ... na téta aga tennadh, Études Celt. i 82.4 . da raibh
an t-at bog ... ┐ a dhol roimh fhasgadh no theannadh an
mheóir, 23 K 42, 202.3 . teannadh ar a bhogha, TSh. 8495 .
iar seangadh 'san dún sin damh | mo theannadh ó shoin
15níor féadadh I could never since be made stout, Tribes of
Irel. 42.4 . In Auraic. technically applied to lengthening
of vowel produced by follg. -nn- (-nd-): scribtar na forbaide-
sea uasu fri realadh fuid ┐ gair nō fri tennad, 1552 =tendad,
4782 .
20(b) Mil. etc. pressing after or upon, harrying: teanna[dh] le
cró na gcrann `to press upon the hedge of spears,' Content.
xix 4 . da theannadh ┐ dá thimsugad is an cathlathar cedna,
MR 234.14 . ag tendadh na toraigheachta, FM v 1646.13 .
a ttráth na troda do thendadh do mhaighistir B. `came to a
25close fight
,' vi 1880.12 . nach roiched feidm tendta nā
toraidhechta ar feraib Erenn, Celt. Rev. iv 118.15 . Cf.
in tethad ┐ in ten[n]ad ruc o chach, TTebe 2446 .
(c) urging, encouraging, forcing (to an action): ar lucht
cinti a comarli ┐ tenta a turaiss `urged their journey,' TTr.
30 1768 . corbat santaig ri tennad tressa for Troiánu, 1636 .
aga tennadh ┐ aga threnghresacht dochum an comlainn,
TTebe 4372 . orra ag teannadh toghla an chraoi, Timth.
1918, 12 § 24 . ar ti treasa do thennad, MR 224.23 . do th. ¤
giall for Desmumain `to force hostages on D.,' RC xviii 42.8 .
35 ag tennadh a chíosa agus a chána for coigríochaibh, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe, 35.z .
See tennta.

1 tendaid v ā (Lat. tendo) (a) presses, strains, squeezes, tightens,
fastens. Usually trans.: tennait a n-ette fria curpu, LU
40 2281 (FA). tendsat araid Ulad a ṅglomraigi i mbelbaigib
a n-echrad, MU 16.7 . céd bó do theand buaili ac brúghaidh
which filled tightly, BR 46.1 . rotennsat a traighthi re tul-
partaib an talman `they pressed their feet against the clods
of the earth
,' Cath. 5553 . do teannadh le digh ndrúchta |
45idh lúptha um cengal céchta, IGT Decl. ex. 959 . teann
fúithe ... creasa crábhaidh is creidimh (the body likened
to a steed), Studies 1933, 407 § 12 . nach rabha marcach nar
tenn a sháil re haisgail eich, Rel. Celt. ii 190.38 . do theann
ris é idir a dhá láimh ... ┐ do phóg é, Gen. xxxiii 4 . Intrans.
50 rath tendsatar a shuili ría cend anechtair bulged out of his
head
, TTr. 1517 . in tan no beredh gaoi no teannadh ima
braghuit (the Id Morainn), Laws i 24.26 Comm. mar
theannas an crios ré leasrach duine ` cleaves ,' Jer. xiii 11.
(b) Mil. etc. presses after, harries: F. ... rostenn cen
55nach n-amarc `harried them,' Met. Dinds. iv 74.87 . Loing-
sech ... | ro tenna[d] co trocha thli | la Cellach was hard
pressed
, LL 133a6 . ro thend cricha (sic leg.) trí choemnert,
MacCarthy 202 § 4 . Intrans.: tennaid a marcsluagh
`pressed on,' CCath. 2404 . fonn ... ar nar thenn tóir `on
60which no rout pressed
,' Rel. Celt. ii 268.15 . teannaidh as
an tír i le | ná bídh i mbeannaibh Béirre, DDána 74.66 .
do thenn an tinneas ris he grew worse, Mac Aingil 105.15 .
tennadur fan mbadhbhdhūn ┐ briseadur an comhlaoi
iaruinn, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 38.12 . Cf. 42.1 .
65(c) urges, encourages, constrains, forces (to an action):
tennatt corp fri crābud nglan let them constrain their bodies
to pure piety
, BColm. 100.1 . ro-thend o thestemnaib na
scribtúire conid fír mac Dé Ísu, PH 2179 . gell Erenn fo
triath tennait, O'Dav. 1479. in comairle is ferr fiad Dia |
70dam nos-tenda may He inculcate in me, ZCP v 497 § 12 .
ro tennsat tuatha Egept imon airdrig ... cís ┐ canacus ua
tresi ... ina gach cis, BB 239a39 . tennaidh in chomairle ┐
nertaidh in cath, Lism. L. 3103 . rotennait ... aiccentae
saerclann, CCath. 3884 . do tendsad orm na tachair `they
75forced entanglements on me
,' Duan. Finn i 4 § 12 . teannfad
ort na maidedha ceudna go cruaidh I will attack you with
the same cudgels
(=arguments), Luc. Fid. 368.19 .
(d) Various: co racrithnaigsetar na catha risna tolcgaib
tréna rathendsatar na trenfhir `the mighty dints (?) which
80the mighty men inflicted
,' TTr. 1725 . do macne mín muind-
terach | ar t-úib t'īarmūib tendmaid-ne, BColm. 98.18 .
teannfuidh a náimhde re chéile `join his enemies,' Is. ix 11 .
? da tennaith do thigerna | eang nuaidi mín don mall muir,
Hy Fiachr. 294.14 . ? Cf. Tadg ó Ceallaig cara dam, | tean-
85daig mo mana 's mo modh, ZCP viii 228 § 16.
Vn. tendad.