Print Edition

A B C D1 D2 E F G H I L M N O P R S T U


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.).

tíag n ā, f. (< Lat. thēca) wallet, satchel (esp. for books): on
toga ... ar is taga set bis inti ... vel a tego , Corm. Y 1235 .
15 dodosrat inna théig nuaig, SR 5868 . cuirset na manaig
in cend ina téig libair, PH 925 . atnagar in tiag libur isin
cuas, Trip. 556.9 . dobertatar in téich cona reilcib isind
cuass, 84.17 . do na bolgaibh nó do na tiachaibh leathair,
Keat. i 190.13 . tiacha nach treabhair baoise, O'Bruad.
20 iii 4 § 2.

tíagán n[o, m.] (tíag) little bag (cf. tíagánach and Dinneen,
O'R. s.v. tiachán.) ? To this: lethnaigi a tiagana gurab
comlethan fri seichid eilti, O'Dav. 231.

tíagánach n o, m. (tíagán) one bearing a little bag: a thiaganaig ,
25 Bruchst. i 32 § 74 = IT iii 103 § 198.

tíam- prefIn cpd. tíamgestal `? feeble effort,' Met. Dinds. iii
260.15 . Cf. tíamda.

tíamda adj io, iā
(a) slow, feeble: ní tiamdae tim som, Fél. Prol. 259 .
30 admat na bi tíamdae weak , 294 . tiamda .i. meata, O'Dav.
1571. tiamhdha .i. mall, O'Cl. geg rigda nar tiamda troid,
BB 61a46 . nír gním tiamda téithmire, Met. Dinds. ii 66.14 .
ria lotta nir thiamda tais, RC xlvii 290.11 . cruaid lé ┐
tiamda a torrches, LL 49a33 .
35(b) obscure; (of persons) dullwitted: tiamda .i. dorcha,
O'Dav. 1571. duine tiamda techtas cruth | cen c[h]eill
glain dia ḟursundud, ZCP vi 267 § 8.

tíar adv. later thíar. See also tíarain.
(a) behind: cengal etaru tiar for a formna, Aen. 1064 .
40 dairt i crand nairidi tiar, Críth Gabl. 224 . meadh meanaidh
thiar ar a thóin, Ir. Review, 1912, 471 § 7 . Referring to
previous passage in a book: cia nos labram tiar i stair,
Rawl. 69b10 . don taoibh thiar `on the other side' FM v
1786.1 .
45(b) in the west, westerly: `cid dognither thiar innossa
... ?' `Tene do ḟatog ┐ bó derg do thelcud forsin n-áth
aniar,' Ériu iii 141.193 . cont-ric fri Richis ... t. ¤ oc Lemain,
MU² 1029 . d'éixibh Érenn thoir is t. ¤ , ZCP viii 109.21 . ni
dinsid tiar na tair, SR 7629 . an taobh thiar, TSh. 173 .
50 Referring to Ireland, in opposition to tair (q.v.): is imdha
toir laech leabhar ... imdha tiar toradh abhla, Reeves
Ad., 286.9 , 13 .

tíarach n(tíar) crupper: gl. postilena, Ir. Gl. 265 . cuir
uirthe a rí [bhus] rí ar neamh | tiarach do dhóchas daingean,
55 Aithd. D. 81.10 .

? tíarad n act of seeking: atat fir Erenn agad lorgairecht ┐
agad tiaradh, TBC p. 185 n. 8 . Cf. tiaradh ` going ' O'R.
Leg. agat íarraid.

tíarain adv(tíar) in the west: cleth Shligigh thiarain do thoit
60| tigidh iaraidh a éroic, IGT Decl. ex. 681 . cabhair Íle, a
earla nocht | tabhair thíarain do Thoigh Fhéilim, Sc. G.
St. iv 138 § 3.

tíarmóracht n[ā ],f. vn. of do-íarmórat. act of following,
pursuing: doróich in t. ¤ (sic leg.) forro co hÁth nImfuait
65 pursuit , LU 10463 . bidh ann tiarmóracht dīāilgean `Ver-
folgung
', Arch. iii 295 § 28 . hi t. ¤ after: ícc co nindocbáil
inna tiarmoracht, Wb 30a26 . air is gnáth lassar hi tiar-
moracht diad, Ml 40c1 . is e in mac inti bís i tiarmórthecht,
RC xxvi 30 n. 8 .
70 Gramm. postposition: ┐ .s. inna tiarmoracht, Sg. 16a14 .
hi tiarmóracht són, 9a10 . tiarmoracht `postposition,'
215a1 . Of a noun governed by íar: iar fiur a thiarmoracht
`its progenitive,' Auraic. 1525.

tíarmóraigid vn. of do-íarmórat; influenced by saigid,
75see Ped. ii 600 ; succession, descendants: mani tancatar
tiarmoraigith cloindi, Laws iii 106.17 Comm.

tíarmórtach n o, m. (do-íarmórat) successor: isé aired ata
ní dona tiarmortachaiph, H.3.18, 244b ( O'C. 462 ). cona
mbeth ina tiarmoirtecha[ib], H.3.18, 500 ( O'C. 1244 ).
80 re ré na tiarmortach, H.3.17, col. 282 ( O'Don. 371 ).
? As adj. succeeding, following: comarba na eclaisi tiar-
mórtighi, BColm. 104.27 (but Meyer emends to tiarmór-
tighthi and translates persecuted ).

tíarmórtacht n[ā, f.] (tíarmórtach) succession: ise i tiar-
85mortacht iar tain, H.3.18, 5 00 ( O'C. 1244 ).

tíarmórthaid n i, m. (do-íarmórat) follower, successor, des-
cendant: giallu do tiarmortaid tar crich, Laws v 216.23 ;
218.35 Comm. a leth do thiarmorthaibh, 234.2 Comm. re
ré na tiarmorthuidh, H.3.17, col. 282 ( O'Don. 371 ). Note
also: dona tiarmoirthibh, H.3.18, 500 ( O'C. 1244 ). dona
5tiarmoraibh, H.3.18, 423b ( O'C. 984 ).