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1 tim(m)e n iā, f. (cf. W. twym) heat: ni léicc a chorp hi timmi
.i. i topliuin .i. in teas, Hy. 2.32 . lace ┐ ladg .i. a lacte .i.
ō ass ar a time, O'Mulc. 775.

2 tim(m)e n iā, f. (tim) fear: ferr teinni na timmi, TBC 3280 .
nír[ó] léicc cruas craidhe dó time do dénam, CCath. 2066 .
5 eochair timme teched, ZCP vi 270 § 8 . creach gan tóir
time [na] taoibh, A. Ó Dálaigh iii 4. tláithe ┐ time a fhogh-
namha, FM vi 2142.22 . ní ar time dodhechaid, ZCP i 364.z .
airm i tathaim ar thimme | Clíach rochachain ceólbinde,
Met. Dinds. iii 224.17 . ni ar thime ná ar tlás, FM iii 518.7 .
10 ni ar teithed na ar timme, Ann. Conn. 1318.3 . ar thime
ocus ar theichthige, MR 314.19 . cen t. ¤ fearless, unyielding:
Mac De Athar cen timme, SR 8274 . do réir riaglai cen
time, Fél. 166.26 . do righ Temhrach gan time | do innis
a h-aislinge, SG 68.41 .

15 3 tim(m)e n io, n. vn. of *do-imben. act of curtailing: dlighidh
a saerbiathadh fo lin cen timbe (sic leg. with MS., Plummer
MS. notes), Laws iv 344.23 . time saoghail d'imirt air, Oss.
iii 92.27 . cach crand cen timme ria thúr `without exception,'
Met. Dinds. ii 58.8 . rosmarb cen timme na teist, iv 338.3 .

20 timgaire n io, n. vn. of do-immgair.
(a) act of asking, requesting: `tiomghoire' iarruidh, Met.
Gl. 24 § 19 . iar na th. ¤ fri hail | d'ingaire caire Labain, SR
2967 . co mbai forsin dergud occaisseom oc a th. ¤ , Anecd.
i 10.10 . tláithe t. ¤ , Tec. Corm. § 16.73 . ba menic didu a t. ¤ ,
25 RC xxv 20.9 . ba talchar in t. ¤ , xxxvii 348 § 57 .
(b) act of summoning: tánic timgairi dó tíchtain día
crích, LU 10346 . fer na fil im ḟiadnaise | im triamainse
t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 322.37 .
(c) in Laws, act of demanding back (of loans, etc.): ce
30be uair dib do nethar a t. ¤ ised dlegair a naisic, Laws iii
492.19 Comm. ni misech fer in iarraith a thiumgaire, ii
170.z . cethri timgairi dorímesuim, ii 164.3 Comm. mad t. ¤
cen tathchur, 8 Comm. facaib in flaith trian ar tiumgairi,
ii 206.18 Comm.

35 timgairid vsee do-immgair.

timgell- xsee tingell, tingellad.

1 tim(m)igid v g (tim) softens, mitigates: no timmiginn gl.
mitigare, Ml 70c4 .

2 tim(m)igid v g (cf. 1 timme) sweats (?), grows warm (?):
40 sudo sudor allas, madeo [leg. caleo, Edd.] timmigim, Thes.
ii 42.17 .

timíne, timín n m. (tim) coward, weakling: Eochaid T. ¤ ...
is tim sin, a Eochaid ... conad desin ro lil Eochaid T. ¤
de, Cóir Anm. 202 . Eocho Timmín ... conid de sin ro len
45timmín de, LL 315a41 , 46 ( SG ii 493.45 , 49 ).

timne n io, n. vn. of do-immna. n s. a timne , Wb 3c33 . d s.
iar timnu , 6d2 . n p. timnae, Ml 71b14 . g p. timnae, 46c24 .
timpne, Wb 4d24 . d p. iar timnaib , SR 3138 . Later m.
and f.: a haithle na timnai , TTebe 3843 . is é mo thimna ,
50 RC xiii 460 § 60 . Also t: na timnadu , PH 7952 , timnadai,
5922 , but usually indecl. in Mid. and Mod. Ir. g s. tiomanta,
TSh. 5162 (on analogy of part.).
I act of commanding, command, precept: timna .i. aithne,
O'Dav. 1566. comallaid a timnae ┐ gnímu, Ml 115c2 . iar
55timnaib na mbrátharse, SR 3062 . ná rochomaill a thoil
┐ a thimna, LU 2342 . iar timnaib ind rígsa, Fél. Prol. 27 .
céne connoither mo thimnasa, Mon. Tall. 129.31 . is dia
sheirc conairliter | a thol ocus a thimnae, Ériu i 195.2 . do
thímnaib na sruithi, 196.9 . deich timna Dé, BColm. 100.7 .
60 na deich timna, Hib. Min. 1.21 . na huile timna, Laws i
114.z . tiomna Críost níor chomhuill siad, DDána 31.7 .
In phrases tar t. ¤ against the commandment of , techt tar t. ¤
to transgress the commandment of: rofitir in Coimdiu no
regad duine dar a timna asbreth fris, Ériu ii 108 § 25 . dar
65t. ¤ a tigernai, SR 1162 . techt dar t. ¤ in rig, LU 4066 . tóeb
do thabairt riu is dar timna, PRIA xix C 542 § 10 . is tearc
tharrla | díobh gan teacht tar tiomna, Dán Dé xii 2 . an
chliar tar tiomna ag tuitim i dtréatúireacht, O'Bruad. ii 4.4.
II act of recommending; sending off: do bí aga thiomna
70do Dhía, Misc. Hag. Hib. 103 y . broimm crúaid iar n-ithi
arba | i timnu anma Concluchair `speeding the soul,' RC
xiv 191.20 . Cf. fri timna bais `at the point of death,' Ériu
v 120.24 .
III (a) act of bequeathing; will, testament: ag t. ¤ ferainn
75dia macaib, IT iii 372.3 . íarna th. ¤ dó, ZCP viii 328.21 .
mad ail leis ni do t. ¤ , Laws iii 52.1 Comm. dorigni t. ¤ dia
rigi ┐ da ferann, RC xxvi 132.2 . is é mo th. ¤ cen on | atbiur
ingra do Mac Con, RC xiii 460 § 60 . tiumna fri hec, Laws
v 368.3 . do réir tiomna do órdaigh, BNnÉ 262.2 . atbáth
80gan tiomna gan aithrighe, FM ii 1182.7 . fāgbuis a tt. ¤ thol-
tanach an crann pailme ... ag H. a n-oighrecht, Fl. Earls
230.2 . éisd rem thiomna, a Thighearna, DDána 62.13 .
(b) bequest, gift: timna in rig, RC xviii 182.5 . do chuid
tiomna as a bequest, PBocht 9.29 . beir lat ... in cilfing
85mbicc-sea do timmna `as a keepsake,' Mer. Uil. 167.
(c) act of disposing of, allocating (?), disposition: munar
leis í ré tiomna, Content. vi § 108 . tiomna Iughoine ar
Éirinn, iv § 47 . tiomna Colmáin ar a cheird, Studies 1918,
99 § 9 . clár tiomna na trócaire, DDána 21a.12 . Cf. ó bhias
liom lá na tiomna | maor tobhaigh an tighiorna day of
5judgment
, DDána 11.7 .
(d) Testament (of Scriptures): mar dobí sa tsentimna,
Maund. § 10 . mhfuilsi na tiomna núaidhe, Matt. xxvi 28.
(e) bargain, covenant: dobhēr dhuitsi ... tearc tiomna
is daoire dhuit, | maoine iomdha 'na éiruic, ZCP xii 381.3 .
10 tiomna nār dhual do dhemhan | do thuar diomdha an
Dūileamhan, 30 .
Note also: áit a mbia mo thaisi, mo thiomna ┐ mo thir-
uairsi ` remains, corpse ' (Plummer MS. notes), BNnÉ i 266.21 .