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2 tí n f. n p. tithe, Corm. Y 607.
(a) line, circle: cuires ... ti dia bhachaill a ttimcheall an
bhuair, BNnÉ 185.29 . fuair bas iar tteacht tar an tt. ¤ dó,
75 31 . co tabair t. ¤ dia erbull impu, RC xx 410.2 . títhe im
ghruaidh ` furrows ,' Hackett xix 12 . Of the lines on a
chess-board: is cethrachair cētumus ind fithchill ┐ it dīrge
a tīthe, Corm. Y 607 . dias dub damsa im en fer fhind duidseo
forsin nentí, Ériu v 32.21 . tú, a rígh Bhredh, ar an tt. ¤
80thall | as fer ar gach t. ¤ ad tiomchall, TD ii 198.36 .
(b) in pl., space enclosed by lines, `fines,' surface: títhe
orláir do ghruadh ngeal, Studies 1921 74 § 6 . ní lingfidhir
títhe cláir Chraoi Chonchobhair, DDána 109.19 . saoir-
thíthe chóig ccoigedh, Bk. of O'Conor D. 297b16 .
85(c) spot : dá bfaghbar ... éntí fholaimh at ghnúis, O'Gr.
Cat. 456.5. an t. ¤ ghlas ní dheachaidh de, Keat. ii 306 .
croicne leoman ngel ┐ dub ┐ derg ina tithib, ZCP i 380.12
títhe dearga o thrágh go tráigh, Rel. Celt. ii 224.30 .
(d) preceded by the preposition for, later ar, pursuing,
attacking, attempting to, about to: mong .i. mo ... a fochaidhe
5.i. maile no leithe no cutum for a thi, Corm. Y 935 . beth
for th. ¤ na ndaine seo, Laws v 160.14 Comm. isat marba in
lucht batar ar bar tíi, LB 143b26 . ecc ro pa truacch ara t. ¤ ,
FM ii 898.14 . sé's an talamh ar t. ¤ a chéile, PBocht 10.3 .
do bhí H. ar a th. ¤ -sean, Mark vi 19 . léim ar th. ¤ `léim tar
10tórainn ?
' (note), Dán Dé xv 20 . atá teaghlach a thighe
| ar t. ¤ tuillidh muinntire seeking increase, xxi 29 . ná bí
ar t. ¤ chagaidh ar chlog, Studies 1924, 244 § 27 . tillid airg-
theóiridhe ... dá dtigh ar t. ¤ fillte go grod tar a n-ais post
non longum tempus reversuri, Keat. ii 6123 . tarla an mac
15... na dhalta ... ag Ciarán ar t. ¤ bheith na mhanach, iii 825 .
do bhíodh a thoil ar t. ¤ a dáilte `ready to be bestowed', Studies
1919, 75 § 20 . ar t. ¤ síothchána do cheangal, TSh. 3834.
Cf. doraind Pátraic Ráith nAirthir a bachaill buan tith,
Trip.² 754 . techta .i. ti ichta uair t. ¤ riagail, Cóic Con.
20Fug. 29 § 14.

3 tí pronsee í.

tía pronsee í.

Tíabánach pn o, m. (Téib) a Theban: Craidhon ri na Tiabha-
nach, St. Ercuil 18 . co ndechudar ... ┐ na Tiabhanaigh
25isin Teibh, 741 .

Tíabanta adj[io, iā (Téib) Theban: don chiniud thromglan
Tiabanda, TTebe 226 . na rig tromglana Thiabanda, 82 .
As subst.: cathugud mor na Tiabhanta , 6 .

tíachair adj i (a) sharp, grievous: tiachair ┐ serb, Ml 94c6 .
30 tichair lainn, gl. hic acer, Sg. 41a10 . serb no tiachair, O'Dav.
1030. tiachair .i. feargach no teinn, O'Cl. ba tiachair le a
cenn, Lism. L. 1383 . in gním talchair tiachair, Met. Dinds.
iii 408.3 . As subst.: nír airigh ... doigh na tiachair, BNnÉ
101.33 . Later diachair: peannaid ná pian ná diachair
35bháisbhruid, ITS iii a 104.60 . diachair ` sorrow, grief ',
O'R. (b) clever, prudent: tiachair .i. glic, O'Dav. 441.
Compd. ¤ thaeb wounded in the side : atú tursech tiachar-
thaeb, TBC 2330.

tíachra n[iā,f.] (tiachair).
40(a) pain, grief: corḟácaibh fo th. ¤ F., Met. Dinds. iv 72.55 .
tiachra inna lám-chomart `affliction of hand-smitings,'
Ériu ii 136 § 120 . roruamnai(g)set a naighthi la tiachra,
TTr.² 1578 . mar tiachra .i. moran galair, ZCP v 487 § 1.
(b) prudence, cunning: dorindnacht la suithi | soas co
45ṁméit tiachrai, Fél. Nov. 12 . tiachrai .i. glicus, Thr. Ir.
Gl. 138.6 . ním romhúchat ním radhmillet nim indrisit
a rurcc a t. ¤ ┐ a n-amainsi (of temptation, etc.), ZCP vi 258.7 .

*tiachrach adj(tiachair) sorrowful: ba heinirt ocus ba diachrach
ro bás oicesium, SG 325.34 . do bheir an t-iarthar diachrach
50deorach, ITS iiia 118.2 .

tíacht n[? ā, f.], tíachtu[n], tíachtain [g s. -ana]. Mid. Ir.
vn. of do-icc (see also tíchtu) cf. Sarauw, Irske Studier
§ 105 . The vocalism is perhaps influenced by tíag- in forms
of téit, q.v.
55 I act of coming, reaching; taking place: iar tiachtain
Patraic, Corm. Y 883 . fo-chen du t[h]iachtain ... a oighe,
637 . cian rofeas do thíachtu sund, BDD² 359 . atrogell
Édaín ... t. ¤ úaitsiu, Ériu xii 184.4 . fath a tiachta an-Erinn,
Lec. 287a37 = fath a tiachtana, BB 43a35 . bés ní tarissi iar
60tíachtain, TBFr. 395 . iar tiacht inmadha ... na hingine,
St. Ercuil 557 . iar tiacht in lae, 1765 . iar tiachtain doib
int shlebe (riachtain v.l.), TBC² 616 . cia bad dóig diar
tiachtain, TBC 823 . dlegar a tiachtain `it ought to be forth-
coming
,' Laws i 128.6 Comm. cen tiachtain in marbtha
65 though death does not take place, 174.8 Comm. ? don ingin
ac ata in tiacht maicne, Laws ii 404.24 Comm. (but cf.
Stud. in E. Ir. Law 71 n. 1 .).
II With prepositions. (a) t. ¤ as act of escaping from:
na coimgend tiachtain as, Laws v 332.10 Comm. (b) t. ¤
70de to be able: gan tiachtain de a tocuala, TTebe 3370 .
(c) t. ¤ etar act of going between, ? interrupting: tiachtain
itir dilgud ┐ indechad, Laws i 14.2 Comm. ríge ... ocu do
gress, cen tiachtain eatarra without interruption? (Plummer
MS. notes), Lism. L. 2102. (d) t. ¤ fo act of submitting to;
75to be liable to; act of impugning: tiachtain fo dliged folt-
maisi to submit to , Laws v 122.11 Comm. tiachtain fo lan
in ecodnaig ann, ii 70.22 Comm. is coimgech in fine forru
im tiachtain fo coruib to impugn , v 130.10 Comm. (e) t. ¤
fri (i) act of opposing: ar ba haigmeil leis a thiachtain fris
80ima rigi, Lec. 269vb27 . fonaiscid forro cen tiachtain fris
... co brath, RC xxiv 200.26 . (ii) act of submitting to: tiach-
tain ... re dliged submitting to law, Laws ii 16.28 Comm.
(f) t. ¤ im: tiachtain ima reir to abide by his decision, Laws
v 252.16 Comm. (g) t. ¤ o: tiachtain o leith dire co trian
85naithgena `is reduced ,' iii 176.6 Comm. (h) t. ¤ tar act
of withdrawing from; mentioning; transgressing: dias
doroine cundrad ... is cuimgech cach fer dib 'masech tiach-
tain tairis, H. 5.15, 8a ( O'Don. 1589 ). nocha chumaing ...
tiachtain tairis, H. 3.18, 642a ( O'C. 1434 ). is imarcraid
n-imnisen tiachtain dar na nechib to mention , LU 7915 . is
5tíachtain tar breith senórach tíachtain tar do breith trans-
gressing , Ériu iv 134.21 , 22 . otchonnairc Dia tiachtain
doib tara thimna, Lec. 22vb43 .
III In phrase ic tiachtain leigind engaged in learning ,
later simply tiachtain: ic tiachtain leiginn ┐ proicepta,
10 Lism.L. 2613 . saoi tiachtana leigind, FM ii 836.19 . logh
a tiachtana no a oidechta, Laws v 212.21 Comm. calbh a
tiacht .i. cenn saoiechta, ZCP v 485 § 2 (B. na f.).