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tigernmas adj o, ā (tigern) lordly: do tung dom Dia tigernmas,
Fianaig. 38.24 . As subst.: ar treóin ┐ ar tóisig ┐ ar tigern-
mais, CRR 30 . As n.pr.: T. ¤ mac Ollaig aird, LL 16b47 .
T. ¤ tríath Temra thall, Met. Dinds. iv 20.26 .

tigerntas n[o, m.] (tigerna) lord-ship, dominion: ni raibe
5acht mí a tigerntus, ALC i 346.13 . . . . fuasgailter ó thighern-
tas an diabhail . . . sinn, O'Hussey TC 97.16 . tuc e fein
cona tigherntus fora cumus, St. Ercuil 1901.

tiges n[o, m.] (tech) householding, husbandry, household goods:
cin co roibh crodh no tighus ac duine, H. 3. 17, col. 560 ( O'D.
10 781 ). doní tú tighes ar an ní atá ar láimh na fortuine, Mac
Aingil 61.15 . a dtíoghas na féile, ZCP v 223.734 . See also
tegdais, tigedas.

tigesach n o, m. (tiges) housekeeper, entertainer: fer . . . dob
ferr do thighessach, ALC ii 282.24 . do bhí C. ar na ríoghaibh
15ba flaitheamhla do thigheasach . . . dá raibhe . . . i nÉirinn
riamh, Keat. ii 4740.

tiget n f. (tiug) thickness, density: ara teget immin cathraich,
Ml 48d14 . ar thiget on account of the thickness, Rawl. 74b6 .
ba sí t. ¤ ind áirbaig, LU 6510 . ordlach i t. ¤ , Alex. 580 . fri t. ¤
20na talmanna, SR 100 . dia tigut, Laws ii 232.21 . i n-a
tigit, 22 Comm. iter t. ¤ ┐ lethet, i 132.24 Comm. nac tairi
na da mer a t. ¤ , Ériu xii 36 § 46 gl. 10 . See also tige.

tigetas n[u, m.] (tiget) thickness: do bhí leithead baise ar
thigheadas ann, 1 Kings vii 26.

25 tigradus xsee tiugradus.

tigride adj[io, iā (tiger) tigerlike: rochuir a craicend tren
tigrigi, TTebe 4015 .

til xsee tul.

tile n io,m. (< ON pili, cf. Bidrag 104 ). Later t and tiled,
30 o, m.
(a) board, plank: aithgin in ethair cona ramadaib ┐
cona sgulmaireda ┐ cona thilibh, 23 P 3, fo. 24c ( O'C. 1919 ).
crithnugud clár ┐ taét ┐ tili, TTr. 1346 . tairscur na tiled ica
timsugud, 1413 . tuairc na tunna risna tiledaib, 1429 .
35 suidhis an mílidh macáimh | ar an tileadh ndlúith nderidh,
IGT Decl. ex. 1836.
(b) stern: do bhí . . . ar an dtileadh 'na chodladh, Mark
iv 38 . teileadh `stern,' Eg. Gl. 605 . tileadh `stern'; seas
tilidh `stern-seat,' Arch. i 157.

40 tilid v i (a) fills, occupies: tilidh a lán san bpár go ria an dá
bhruach, O'Bruad. ii 106.14. an mhéid go bhfuil an lea-
bharso ionar ndiaigh tilte do smior ealadhan, Ériu v 59 n. 2 .
na sráid thilte thaoibhdhíllidh, v 58.100 . an tír sin . . . baí
tilte techtaighthe acc Saxanchoibh, FM vi 2080.y . le rígh
45Sacsan slóighthilte, O'Bruad. iii 68.20. mo mhionn sgine . . .
go bhfaidhinn dlúiththilte a ttéid, Studies 1923, 599 § 13 .
Used with tí, clár, of filling the line or board (in a board
game): tilleit no teith (=tileadh na (d)títhe), Quiggin,
Poems from the Book of the Dean of Lismore, 63 § 7 . a la
50clarsi lane tilte (=a leathchlársa láintilte), § 8. Metaphori-
cally: iomdha ar neamh tí do tileadh, DDána 40.27 . ar
gclár tilte, ar dtuir gan bhuing, 79.29 . is clár tilte do thoi-
ghibh, Ériu v 60.105 . Hence
(b) controls, rules (often with clár, tí): do thil clár na
55cruinne cé, Studies 1919, 73 § 8 . Eriomhón an uair do thil
| clár Banbha ar bhél a shinnsir, L. Cl. A. Buidhe xxiii 9 .
's nír léig déis na himreasna | tí ar feadh na tíre nar thil | 's
do geabh an ríghe ar éigin, 3 C 13, 743.13 . tiltir Éire ó ghéis
Gáille, Aithd.D. 11.26 . leat do tileadh teagh nimhe, Aithd.D.
60 68.15 . tilid Éirinn gan ainimh | a héineing d'Inis Fhuinidh,
TD 10.11 . Umhall an tráth fa dtilfe (sic leg. with MSS.),
RC xlix 171 § 19 . grinn-bherta, as a ttilfe a thír | slighthe
is inlenta d' árd-rígh, GJ i 353.7 . ? nár thíleadh dhí achd
fear faladh, DDána 40.27 . Vn. tiled: fá ruire tilidh na
65dtuath, DDána 93.16 . a lámh thilte bhraonchláir Bhreagh,
TD 14.34 .

tilled n u, m. vn. of tillid (a) act of returning: mo thilledh is
truag dosan, O'Gr. Cat. 454.26. iar dtilleadh ó Mhaigh
Seanáir dó, Keat. ii 168.
70(b) inflexion: en-t. ¤ uathaide, H.3.18, 88 ( O'C. 155 ).

tillid v i I Intrans. returns: do thilled assin tarais, BNnÉ
156.31 . agus tillis sin an ditreibh, 157.13 . mairg bus tinn
co ttille sin, ZCP ii 359.28 . tillis go Guaire ris na scéalaibh
sin, Keat. iii 945 . gidh fada dhó ar cuaird nach till, Hackett
75 iv 5 . tillighidh tar [a] ais, Feis TC 179 . tillis fria ┐ tuc
builli ina hucht dhí, 1758 . till romad, Aisl. Tund. 143.3 ,
II Trans. turns, repulses, represses: till duinn na heich
┐ in carbad, ZCP viii 551.29 . do-fhulaing tóir nach tilltir,
172 § 22. rún nach soithillte go síor, Studies 1933, 139 § 6 .
80 go ttille an ghaothmhuir a geóin, 1921, 74 § 4 . See fillid.

tim adj i soft, yielding, pliant, feeble: timpan .i. tim (.i. bocc,
H.3.18) .i. sail, Corm. Y 1258 . ní tiamdae tim som, Fél.
Prol. 259 . `is tim sin, a Eochaid,' olsiat .i. `is sádail in
codlud a fuilidh,' Cóir Anm. 202 . do thanaig thimm, Aisl.
85MC 67.25 . tond t. ¤ thana, Anec. i 63 § 117 . do scían tím,
LU 3898 . ni t. ¤ in gním, 4133 . bad timm, bad docht tender ,
Ériu iii 96 § 8 . fúaratar bás, nar thimm techt (: mill),
Met. Dinds. iii 68.43 . a gail co timm ro thaisig | co fil na
linn lánmaisig, iv 86.79 . ni ba rochrúaid ní ba rothimm,
Tec. Corm. § 29.9 . co nderna eocho trethi timmi ... dib,
5 CCath. 3136 . ro bo truagh tím ... a comhradh, 3380 .
aignedh t. ¤ `flaccid disposition,' O'Gr. Cat. 472.17. briathra
forránta, feidhm t. ¤ , 556.17 . más leor leat ar chuiris t. ¤
have enfeebled, Dánta Gr.² 26.25 . Compar. nirsa timmiu
innasin an t-imairecc, CCath. 2861 . amail as time ┐ is
10tlāit[h]i in ball sa quam alia membra , Corm. Y 149.
Compds. ¤ chride faint, tender heart: cach mac tigirn
timcraidi, ZCP iii 214.5 . nirbo theidmnech timcride,
LL 131b37 . a bhean an tiomachroidhe mhóir gentle heart ,
Hackett xxiv 9 . ¤ glún soft knee: an tiomghlún tearc,
15 Danta Gr.² 67.23 . ¤ thríath cowardly chief: nir bo th.
troichnemail, LL 133a33 . Dvandva compds: ¤ bog soft
and pliant: a bhairr thimbuig, O'Gr. Cat. 456.7. ¤ dil
tender and dear: stuagh thimdhil, Dánta Gr.² 67.38 .
¤ dímaín weak and idle: nach go tím-diomháoin do bhadar
20an chuid oile d'árm an rí, Rel. Celt. ii 190.22 .