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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 .

tím n m. (< Lat. thymum) thyme: ó t. ¤ , gl. timo (=thymo), Sg.
54a18 . tim, Rosa Ang. 258.23 . boladh cúmhra an tíme,
Hard. i 208.3 . ? Also tim: sgríobhtha a chert ar a
cheannas | i gcóig sélaibh slat thime | ar béalaibh mac
25Moingfhinne, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 166.19 .

timacmac vn. of *do-immacmaing (to-imm-ad-com-icc)
border, edge: sciath cobradach cona timacmac oir fair,
MR 64.2 . See tacmang, timchomac, timchumang.

timáin n i,f. (? Orig. ā, f.; see táin.) vn. of do-immaig. timán
30 o, m. IGT Decl. § 35 . timáin f. § 42 . act of driving: oc
timmáin na mbó, TBFr. 425 . thug Brian ┐ Cian ... an
mhaith sin leo ar chúlaibh ar thiomáin, Ériu i 80.15 . ag
timain na muc, ZCP vi 276.13 . timain penn so o Maeliosa,
H.3.18, 14b29 ( O'C. 35 ). ré tiomantaibh diabhlaighthe
35`by devilish impulses' (Plummer MS. notes), RC xxiii 24.4 .

timáinid v i (timáin) (a) drives: ro thimain na .ix. n-uird
aingel, YBL 157a2 . corro thionóil ocus cor thimáin iat
uile do dhruim degretha, SG 283.29 . tiomáinfighthear a
ndorchadas íad, Isaiah viii 22 . tiomāin !, Eg. Gl. 448.
40(b) proceeds: do thiomáineadar dhéuntoil gu háit chruin-
nighthe an phobail, Acts xix 29 . tiomáin air !, Luc. Fid.
274.16 . tiomáin ort ! 278.12 .

? timarr ind niss t. ¤ (sic leg.), Hy Maine 24.14 ( Lec. 81va40 ).

timaircid xsee do-immoirg, timorcun and timarc.

45 tímaircthech adj[o,ā] (timarcad) limiting, compressing: t'fherg
treith timaircthech, LU 3899 . tinōl t. ¤ litrech nō guta
coherent , ZCP xii 295.2 . coro lád snim tenn t. ¤ , CCath. 668.

timaircthid n i, m. (do-immairg) corrector, chastiser: sencus
... a sen fil ann is oni is sensus, ciall; a cas fil ann is oni as
50caistigatur (=castigator) .i. timairgthigh (=—thid) .i.
cialltimairgthigh gach raeda ina dlighedh, Laws i 36.1 Comm.

timanta xsee timna, timnaid.

timantóir n i, m. (timnaid) testator: dleaghair toil an tioman-
tóra do choimhlíonadh ar gach éinní, TSh. 5112.

55 timarc n o, m., timarcad, timaircedu, m. Mid. Ir. vnn. of
timaircid. (a) act of restraining, constraining: is all do
timurgud to confine, ZCP iv 243.9 =is all do thimarcain
cach anma phíantair, LU 2448 . a timmarcad fo reir na
ndáonnacht `it should be limited,' Mon. Tall. 152.14 . fearr
60iad so ná' seacht n-urdail | do shluagh thacair thiomar-
gaidh `a pressed army,' TD 2.38 . ná gluaisidh trá dá
dtiomairg, Content. xxii 20 . faill timaircthi neglect of
restraining
, Laws iii 384.16 Comm.
(b) gathering: líon a ttiomaircc ┐ a ttionóil, FM ii 1162.y .
65 teaglaim ┐ tiomargadh do dhaosgar-shluagh, TSh. 6649 .
cuiris tiomargadh ┐ tionól ar maithibh Grécc co coitchenn,
Leb. Gab. i 80.16 . See timorcun.

? timarlaind n sceith re t. ¤ bais, H.4.22, 75a ( O'C. 2101 ).

timarnad vUsually in phr. t. ¤ do it has been commanded
70and originally 3 s. perf. pass. of do-immna, but later treated
as a noun; command: is ed t. ¤ ón athair nemda ... .i. tró-
caire, Ériu ii 194.5 . timmarnad duit ó Ailill ocus Meidb
dul dia n-accaldaim, Aisl. Óeng. 11 . t. ¤ duit techt lim-sa,
RC viii 60.26 . t. ¤ duit iarom óm céliú, LU 3341 (SC). t. ¤
75duit ó Dia, Lat. Lives 39.9 . timmarnad bethad ┐ imcomarc
slainte, CCath. 3297 . tiomarnadh .i. aithne, O'Cl.

timarnadach adj o, ā (timarnad) commanding (?): ic treb tuind
timarnadhaigh, IT iii 99.27 .

timbe xsee 3 tim(m)e.

80 timcaisin vn. of *do-immaccai. act of looking at: ba lór
d'uathbas doib t. ¤ fair, CCath. 5331 . See imcaisiu, tincisiu.

? timchaire n softness of heart ? : tiomchaire .i. tiomchroidhe no
maothchroidhe, O'Cl.

timchell n o,n., later m. vn. of do-imchella. timchel, timchell,
85 tiomchal, tiomchall, IGT Decl. § 11 ; timchal, timchall,
§ 17 .
I (a) act of going around, surrounding: it hé immefolngat
a thris timchel (sic leg.), Thes. ii 33.23 . it trí mís deacc soli
oc timchull ærat tonimchéla luna inna óenmís, 19 . iar
timchull (sic leg.), 22 . grian a girando .i. o timchull, O'Mulc.
5 660 . tréin iar timchul daire dall, SR 6355 . greiss timchill do
denomh surrounding movement, FM iii 632 9 . gres timchill,
AU ii 524.10 . beim timcill don erbull, St. Ercuil 1322 .
cethernn timchill ríg Midhi ` body-guard ,' BColm. 102.2 .
isinn aimsir timcill at that time (?), ZCP x 49.23 . ar tí ar
10dtimchill attempting to surround us, Dán Dé xii 3 . an chuairt
thimchil, DDána 26.5 . nar ghabh iul timchil as teagh
`roundabout path,' PBocht 13.7 .
(b) circuit, circumference, boundary: mochean dogní
timcheall tráth, SG 33.19 . bói móin mór ... san athgoirit
15roimhe aran slicchidh, ┐ timcheall mor aice, BNnÉ 208.21 .
do-bir sí ... trí timchil, IGT Decl. ex. 514 . atat ... secht
timchill im an talmain `sept zones' RC xxiv 372.33 . coimh-
linas an firmamint a timcill, Ir. Astr. Tr. 62.13 . t. ¤ .i. gabáil,
ut est, ma ro thimcill in filidh a áir ` circulation ' (Plummer
20MS. notes), H.3.18, 654 ( O'C. 1478 ) (cf. also tincell). ceithre
hordlaithe timcheall gach cloiche circumference , Flower Cat.
471.34 . is daingean a timcheall its boundary, ZCP iv 243.7 =
is daingen a himtimchell na carcrach sin, LU 2447.
II adv. (a) t. ¤ around: doluid F. timcheall colléic co
25mbaí isin Bruigh, Ériu xii 156.11 . na co risat fir hErend
timchell, TBC 2890 . co tainic t. ¤ o Loch Garman, RC xviii
51.25 . in tromlonges t. ¤ i Connachtaib, CRR 58.y . téid-
leabhair tochailte tiomchol `engraved all round,' Studies
1923, 598 § 9 .
30(b) ar (íar) t. ¤ in succession, in turn: días fa sech ar tim-
cheall d'fianuip hĒrenn acum foraire, Fianaig. 56.26 . a
gabail ar timcell dona daerceilib, Laws i 184.x Comm.
rígan ar th. ¤ díb, TTr. 441 . co tiged gach drong ar dtim-
cheall, Études Celt. ii 298.6 = ar timchill, ZCP iii 35.7 .
35To this: gach lai timcheall, Lism. L. 2849 . Cf. iar n-urd
timchill, 4163 .
III d s. as prep. with gen.; later also i t. ¤ (a) around:
timchull na Emna, TBC 1132 . dobeired ... a mér timcholl
(hi timchul v.l.) lainne a scéith, Ériu iii 142.232 . t. ¤ cacha
40oenchrose, SR 372 . cach ae dib t. ¤ aroili, BDD² 1339 . ní
tugadh timcheall Áodha | a mílchoin ná a macáomha, IGT
Decl. ex. 930 . d'eccla an tighe na timchall, Irish Texts ii
35 § 2 . do iadsad Cenel Conaill uili a timchall in trenmiled,
Ann. Conn. 1401.26 . i dtimcheall a dTighearna, Dán Dé
45 xiii 2.
(b) about, approximately: t. ¤ na Samna, Ann. Conn.
1404.4 . timchiol mhedōin laoi, Fl. Earls 32.8 . timcheall
is leath-uair sa ló, Donl. 474.17 . timc[h]eal sē fichit éigin
ponta, Fl. Earls 86.y .
50(c) (usually i t. ¤ ) concerning, on account of, for the sake
of: an sciúrsadh tuc an t-aingel dó fen timcell Aedhain,
ZCP xi 128.7 . a timcheall shubstainti na trī persan, xiii
181.1 . amhail is mar dhéanfadh sibh im timcheallsa do
dhéanamh uime, Maguires of F. § 41 . gach uile ainmían
55dá raibe t. ¤ a gradha aice do dul ar cul uaithe, BCC 244.37 .
Mac Donnchaidh ... do mharbhadh i mBreifne ... i timcell
fhuadáin creiche, FM vi 2048.17 . do gab truaidhe mor
'na t. ¤ é, ZCP x 232.10 . a dtimcheall luicht theagaisg an
tsoisgéil, Donl. 128.4 . sa truaill atám 'na timcheall, `of
60which I speak
,' Dán Dé xx 42 . do bhí taobh-nocht im
thimcheall on my account, Ir. Monthly 1928, 331 § 8 . cen
caithem t. ¤ a fine, Laws iii 50.12 Comm. ní faghtar troid na
t. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 466.20. a arm timcell catha `his panoply of
battle
,' CCath. 5203.
65(d) besides, without, in the absence of: nidan chosmili
frisna preceptori atobsegatsi ar timchellni, Wb 14d37 . ra
batar ... ingena imdai aice t. ¤ in lochta ra thurmisem, TTr.
718 . a rád fria thimthirid inda timchol `by telling his servant
privately
,' Mon. Tall. 146.32 . issed atrubairt B. fri cach
70ae t. ¤ araile, LU 8258 (FB). drubh 'na timcell .i. 'na ēgmuis,
ZCP v 487 § 15 . cid mor do ernaigthi aile donemm t. ¤ na
paitri, PH 7987 . fuit na bliadna t. ¤ in chorgais apart from
Lent
, 4979 . timcheall na macraidhe .i. an égmais na mac-
raidhe, O'Cl. ? To this: mairc dos n-uc masu asa t. ¤ , IT
75 ii2 176.64 .
(e) In phrase i dt. ¤ , in the ancestry of: gé bheith lá gan
réidhe riom | ar gcréine a-tá 'n-a thimchioll, DDána 5.16 .
a mheic Máire nach muidh mionn | rogha Gaoidheal tá id
thimchioll, 102.44 . an corp ar ar cheannchais neamh
80| creidim ó táid 'n-a thimcheal, PBocht 14.37 .
(f) With do-icc, etc. (i) goes around: tic t. ¤ in luirg,
TTr. 404 . tic timcheall in ech, Aen. 2848 . tanic in brec
for t. ¤ , Aisl. MC. 25.23 . (ii) discusses: fada ata ag tocht na
thiomcholl ` debating ,' Studies 1919, 256 § 1 . ata cás comairle
85im chionn | fada as cóir techt na timchioll, O'Gr. Cat.
482.27. (iii) circumvents: terc fer nach teguit timcheall,
Ériu iv 212 § 3 . tecar na timchol they are circumvented, Proc.
Brit. Acad. v 131 §23 . tánic a ṅgáes t. ¤ Túathi Dé Danand,
MU² 2 . nír édir theacht 'n-a timcheall, Aithd.D. 10.18 .
Compds. ¤ gerrad act of circumcising: circumcision:
5 an crodh e do thimchillghearradh, Donl. xvi 11 . is tarbhach
an timcheallgherradh gu deimhin, Rom. ii 25 . ¤ tesgad=
prec.: timchillteasgadh, TSh. 3290 . ¤ trén strong all
around: ón torandchles timchilltréin tuc ... orra, Comp.
Con C. 106.19 .