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85 termonnach n o, m. (termonn) tenant of church land, termoner .
Cf. FM iv 1228 n. . iar ttionol do thermannachaibh an
chúiccidh chuicce, 1228.8 . ni roibe ... mac termonnaigh
budh mho cáta ┐ onoir ... innas é, AU iii 466.22 . is iad fa
tearmannaigh eaglaisi ann, Maguires of F. 27.1 .

térnaid vsee do-érni.

5 térnaigid vsee térnóidid.

térnam n u, m. vn. of do-érni. Also ternúd, —ód (infl. of élúd).
m., g s. and n p. —aimh, —amha, IGT Decl. § 28 . —úidh,
—áidh, § 103 .
(a) act of escaping: asroillem t. ¤ huile `may we all escape,'
10 Thes. ii 349.6 . iar ternam do thuinn dilenn, SR 2620 .
ternam Eoin apstail on dabaig ola, Fél. 128.y . iss e oénfer
ar apaide adroinni drochternam uádsom di neoch cotranic
friss ar tána, LU 6080 = drochērnam, TBC² 1607 . as in
ternam terna Ionás, PH 3432 . ar ternóid asin gābud, ZCP
15 ix 478 n. 2 . laoidheang ... | ag téarnamh san mhuir
amach `speeding out to sea' (i.e. escaping), TD 20.30 . fada
ó théarnamh dhamh a Dhé | dá rabh mé ar éanmhagh is í
(i.e. from the body), Dán Dé ix 12 . ó nach fuil teárna am
bhalluibh féin since I cannot escape by my own efforts, CF
20Eg. 443 . With fri: téarnódh reis ní doirbh do dhruing
`some folk would fain avoid the thought of it,' Aithd. D.
94.27 (cf. DDána 73.18 ). Note also: triar oile ... | ... | dom
théarnamh ón dtriur to rescue me, Aithd. D. 52.15 . a dtreoir
is téarnamh docra `their guide dispelleth woe,' Arch. Hib.
25 i 97 xxiii .
(b) act of recovering (from illness, etc.): iár ternam a
gallraib ... na díthrebe, LB 123b19 . mar do mheas ...
eision ag tearnó ┐ a neart féin a teacht arís ann, Death-
tales 42.9 . dia tarngaire a ternam lais `if he have promised
30the patient's recovery
' (of a physician), Laws v 148.5 Comm.
beo mo thriath ar n-a théarnúdh (of Christ), DDána 46.40 .
t. ¤ ód chiachbrot chumad, O'Gr. Cat. 476. galar mor do
gabail Aeda ... ┐ a terno slan, Ann. Conn. 1267.10 . mad
laidir in brig is dochus a ternó, Rosa Ang. 308.18 . ad
35shláinte do théarnamh ód' bhreóighteacht, 23 B 37, 5.3 .
(c) returning, coming back: ní dul ní téarnamh is-tigh
there is no going or coming (of hell), DDána 37.36 . téarnamh
i gceann cairdeis a returning to friendship, 108.3 . ternam
imslán `he returned safe,' Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 24 . aroile ridire
40... ro bui ag tērnōdh ō thuruss Loreto, Fl. Earls 134.27 .
(d) Various: tearnódh .i. thuitim. go tternó in a chodladh,
O'Cl. bíaidh sé ag teurnógh mar bhláth na luibhe `he
shall pass away
,' James i 10 .

térnamach adj o, ā (térnam) curing, causing to recover (from
45illness
), as subst. of a physician: Āengus an térnámach,
ZCP viii 105.22 .

? térned n= érned (?): roinn Slaingi, toghta an térneadh | o
Inper Colpta a tóirneadh ` assessment ,' Leb. Gab. 128.9
.i. as togaidhe an roinn tugadh do Slainghe; no as toghaidhe
50an fuasgladh eolais e, note.

térnód, —úd xsee térnam.

térnóidid, térnaigid v(g) Late formation from térnód,
do-érni (see térnam). (a) returns: térnóidhit ... astech,
Fl. Earls 194.30 . ní bhfuareas fios ... óir do thearnóig fuil
55mo mheair eadram (sic leg.) ┐ an smior, CF Eg. 138 .
ternaighimar ó slighi na fírindi we have turned aside from
the way of truth
, De Contemptu 2458 v.l.
(b) recovers (from illness, wound, etc.): cum na h-eas-
lainti o ternaigter, RC xlix 32.6 . ní buailedh acht aenbeim
60... ┐ ní ternaigthi on beim sin, St. Ercuil 1697 . ní ternoídh-
thear beo on beim sin, CF 768 . ni ternoidedh aon ar a
bfordergtha de, Leb. Gab. 144.17 .
(c) Various: an tráth do thearnaigh | D. died , O'Gr.
Cat. 596.13. an gléghille gradhmhar geal | do théarnuigh
65ó éachtfhuirinn Áine `who ... springs from Áine's daring
tribe
,' Ó Bruad. ii 156.
Vn. g s. lucht ternuighthi na n-easlaintidhi, 3 C 19, 259d29 .

? térnumtha verb necess (? cf. térnam) caerach corraíghi duibhi
tērnumtha muilt (: brēnulcha), IT iii 103 § 199.

70 ? teróg ind terog .i. grim (= greim) no annlonn, H.4.22, 67
( O'C. 2067 ).

terpintina n= Lat. terpentina, Rosa Ang. 218.4 .

Terriéin pn(Lat. Tyrrhenus) g s. Mediterranean (Sea): gl.
maris, Ml 102a6 .

75 tert xsee teirt.

terthaim xsee tairthim.

terthogu x(see togu). In phr. dar t. ¤ against the wishes of,
in spite of: is dar mo th. ¤ theite, LU 6071 = TBC² 1598 .
atát lim trénfir dodigenat m'íarmoracht cepe nombera dar
80a t. ¤ cen foras mo caingni chucu, LU 10259 = ZCP iii 234.22
(dia raiter togai, v.l.). Cf. turtugud?

terthriall n(see triall) expedition: o ro clos lá R. an ter-
triall sin, FM vi 2330.7 . ro h-aisneidheadh do Sir O. an
tertriall do róine, 21 .

85 teruairse xsee tiruairse.

terus xsee turus.