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85 taidbred n u, m. In Mod. Ir. also occas. tai(dh)bhreamh.
Vn. of do-aidbir. (a) showing, demonstrating, manifesting:
taibhreadh .i. taisbénadh, O'Cl. dolui[d] Cu Chulaind do
acallaim Emeri ┐ do th. ¤ a chrotha di, LU 10193 . tre cen t. ¤
in toraid `because I did not show the fruit,' Met. Dinds. iii
62.103 . a taitnem ocus a taidhbredh (of a sword), CCath.
5 5256 . ni tucsat taibhredh na forgoll maith show of feeling (?),
1326 , v.l. diadha an taidhbhreamh, Aithd. D. 75.22 . co
ttaidbhredh seirce ina dreich an amiable expression, Hugh
Roe 326.25 . Hence revelation, vision, dream: Leabhar na
dTaidhbhreadh the Apocalypse, TSh. 4856.
10(b) looking at, gazing at, surveying, inspecting: taibread
.i. sillead, Lec. Gl. 405 . Stowe Gl. 143 . d'ḟegad chrotha
┐ delba Conculaind ┐ do thaidbriud fair, TBC 1802 . rapad
aibind taidbriud an robaí di muir ┐ tír and, TTr. 1147 .
cor'ba lór d'áibhnes a thaidh[bred] in tan sin, CCath. 1726 .
15 do dhéchsain na fledhi ... ocus dia thaidhbhriudh, MR 24.9 .
Reconnoitring: dothaēt Cūculaind ... do thai[d]briud int
slóig, TBC² 2018 ( LU 6535 ). do thaidbriud ┐ déicsin ind
[ḟ]iallaig anachnid, TTr. 272 . adbar a thoichill, do th. ¤
bar tuarascbala-si ocus d'fisrugad bar n-innill, MR 176.21 .
20 cur bo feidm do Persaual taidhbred na lunga la meit an
ainbtin ro eirigh look after, control (?), D iv 2, 75a10 .

taidbrid xsee do-aidbir.

taidbrigid v g (do-aidbir, taidbred) shows, manifests, generally
in pass. seems, appears, hence (with do) imagines: bláth
25'na thír ní thaidhbhrighther `no blossom in his country is
seen
,' Misc. Celt. Soc. 330.21 . co taibhrighter do lucht na
meisce ... co mbi roth lán do dathaibh examla timchill
tsholuis na coinnle, O'Gr. Cat. 216.25. an relta taibhrigh-
thear dho thuitim which seems to be falling, 3 C 19, 20a5 .
30 innus gur taibhrighedh do ilimud do dhrithlennaib, St.
Ercuil 1708 . Hence dreams, sees in a dream: ro taibrighed
fís aduathmar dó he dreamt a terrible dream, RC xxi 158 § 22 .
taibhrighter damh daine ar tí mo marbhtha, St. Ercuil
2470 . mar do taidhbhrigheadh dhó aingeal go gcosaibh ┐
35go sgiathánaibh, TSh. 7622.

taidbsech adj o, ā (taidbsiu) showy, bright, considerable, great,
huge: ro cháisetar na meic sin ina degaid sin co trom t. ¤ ,
Acall. 5251 . go ttionol taidbseach do shaighdiuiribh `a fine
muster of soldiers
,' FM vi 2174.11 . ar thulchaibh thaidh-
40bhsecha an mhaighe, CRR² 70.8 . a chaor thaidhbhseach
thinntighe, Studies 1928, 268 § 22 . dragún taidhbhseach
theiniodh ` awesome ,' TD 1.35 . mór-gcúis dá ndéanamh
taidhbhseach | dobheir bhar n-áireamh aidhbhseach `mak-
ing them out to be splendid
,' Content. v 123 . tinntech taibh-
45sec tromnertmur, Études Celt. i 86.28 . nach neach do
rígheacht Saxon | fuair an ghairm 'na gairm taibhsigh
`as a title of fame,' Misc. Celt. Soc. 346.15 . An Deacair, |
is ise an bhean rom-thachair; | taibhseach sliocht a dhá
géagbhonn, Measgra D. 74.7 . gach Tadhg bhí taidhbhseach
50ba ghaol duit `who was of much account,' ITS iii 216.87 .

taidbsenach adj o, ā = taidbsech: serc tromth. ¤ TTr. 285 . in
tendál thaibsenach ... .i. Hechtoir, TTr.² 1151 . in ceōl
taidiūir tēidbind taibsinach strange, unearthly (?), ZCP v
501.21 . selg taidiuir taibs[en]ach, Acall. 2045 . neoill
55troma taibsenacha na hoidchi, 7291 n. co taibseanach
` evidently ,' TTebe 3081 . tír th. ¤ , SG 344.27 . na teaghlaigi
taibsenacha (sic leg.), CF 29 . do cainedh acu co trom-
taibhsenach e, St. Ercuil 2541.

taidbsid v(taidbsiu) In pass. appears: do taidhbhseadh
60dhó Ciarán `C. appeared to him,' Content. vi 249 . ? gleann
... innus go táibhster greadhan do dainibh ... ann, Maund.
255 (fut. of do-adbat, Gloss.).

taidbsigid v g (taidbsiu). In pass. is shown (do to), appears:
ro tháibhsigheadh doíbh a ccuirp dá ccíorbhadh they saw
65their (own) bodies being hacked
, CF Eg. 220 . do taidbsicched
doibh ceithern mór da naimhdibh do bheith i ccealccoibh
rompa, BNnÉ 238 .x . taidbsightear tapair ar lasadh dhó
an tan bhios na chodladh, 23 K 42, 152.2 . dar leis do
taibhsigheadh dhó an bás do thoidheacht dá ionnsaighidh,
70 TSh. 3834 . taibhsighear dhúinn-e mar sin, go sgarthar a
fhuil agus a fheoil sin ó chéile `is represented to us (in the
Sacrament), Donl. 422.7 .
Vn. arim na n-aṅgel ... fri taidbsigud , SR 735.

? taidbsine ind(? cf. taidbsiu) sesca noi cet do bliadnaib | ma
75beith nech fora iarair | ar cach t. ¤ ni chel | forair aimsire
iareth, Rawl. 70a45 (account of ages of Patriarchs).

taidbsiu n n,f. vn. of do-adbat. O. Ir. forms. n s. taidbsiu,
Wb 13b1 . 14d1 . Ml 42b9 . taibsiu, Sg. 209b28 . taidbse,
211b4 . taidbsin (sic leg.), SR 5823 . a s. taidbsin, Ml 40a15 .
80 SR 2207 . taidbsiu, 2584 . g s. taidbsen, Ml 128c7 . 128d11 .
d s. taidbsin, 39c22 . 56c11 . 145c8 . Sg. 6b5 . 183b3 . 200b3 .
taidbsiu, Wb 6d6 . 10d37 . 19b14 . Sg. 173a8 . taidbse,
Ml 30b11 . 94c10 . Sg. 40b15 . 140a4 . 149b4 . 151a5 . Similar
forms occur in Mid. Ir. g s. taidbsen LB 107a29 . d p. táidb-
85senaib, PH 8009 . taidbsib, LU 4038 . In Mod. Ir. forms
in -n are unusual in sg. while surviving in pl.: n s. taidhbhse,
Content. xiii 23 . a s. taidhbhse, v 152 . g s. taidbsi, MR
302.14 . n p. taidbsin, SG 316.13 . taidhbhsina, CCath.
4793 . taidhbhsedha, TTebe 3693 . a p. taidhbhsionna,
Comp. Con C. 97.13 . g p. taidhbsi, CCath. 901 (taidbhsin,
5 v.l.). d p. thaidbhsitibh, Comp. Con C. 91.15 . IGT Decl.
§ 3 (dental pl.).
I (a) showing, pointing out (in O. Ir. Glosses generally in
more abstract sense manifesting, demonstrating, proving): do
thaidbsin in daee infolngithi `to manifest the hidden God,'
10 Wb 10d37 . ar thaidbsin nihelsa far .u. `for shewing the
nullity of u
,' Sg. 6b5 . th. ¤ gl. argumentum, Ml 42b9 . cosin
tadbse il gl. cum multa ostencione, 30b11 . hi taidbsin gl.
in ostentationem, 128d12 . Cf. Hib. Min. 8.255 . With foll.
clause: do th. ¤ as fírdia, Wb 6d6 . du thaidbsin nad
15ndichil ní ar dia, Ml 56c11 . do thaidbse rombói for
.r. `to shew that it was in r' (faciatur), Sg. 140a4 . ni do
taidbsin aigillne fair not to prove that he is liable to (?), Laws
ii 224.16 Comm. do thaidibsin dun is tre metur ro ceta,
Hib. Min. 6.193 . Outside the Glosses generally showing,
20 giving to view in physical sense: conid taibsiu aidmillti
do Choin Chulaind la háes sidi sin showing spells to C.C.,
LU 4034 (SC). rí rorádi co dána | fri Móise t. ¤ a lama, SR
3818 . tinait ┐ feodaigit ... iar n-a taidbsin (of fruit in the
reign of an evil king), PH 4244 . re taidbsin a n-ecosca,
25 Fél. 46.34 . cuinghidh deilbe in righ do taidbsin doibh ara
caimhe, LL 393b9 . la taidbsin fainni a show of weakness (?),
SR 6547 . cia ris nach comartha taidbsi thiug-bhása dam-sa
is debhaidh sea léodh ma leath-láma a manifest sign (?),
MR 302.14 . taidhbhsin .i. taisbénadh, O'Cl. nimtha aon
30gníomh dibh sin uile do taidbsin `to exhibit ,' TFrag. 38.6 .
(b) Hence appearance, look, seeming, seeing: (doadb)adar
in t. ¤ hi siu `this appearance is manifested,' Wb 13b1 . dús
in fagbad ... | t. ¤ do thir na talmain (the dove sent from the
Ark), SR 2584 . taidbsi baisi, Laws ii 76.20 Comm. dos-
35berad fo thaidbsin troch `would make them seem like men
doomed to death
,' RC xiv 404.26 . ba lía a n-aiream ana
taidhbhsi they were more numerous than they seemed (?),
BB 32a39 . Cf. uille a tharbha iná a thaidhbhsi (of a book),
O'Hussey T.C. 3.4. is bia-su ro (? leg. re) taidbsin toi | acum
40frit aimsir d'oenmnai, Rawl. 82b17 (cheville). dobēr-sa
taidbsi trī cath fort `I shall make it appear as if thou hadst
three battalions
,' BColm. 92.27 . oc aisneis do'n taidbsin
telling about the appearance (of Christ after Resurrection),
PH 6689 . taidhbsi theinead, dín ar tréd (of a shield), ZCP
45 viii 227 § 4 . taidhbhse mheala millse a sreabh `the sweetness
of her rivers is a vision of sweet honey
,' TD 13.2 .
II (a) ostentation, display, proud appearance: an cúigeadh
sin cloinne hÍr | chuire mar thaidhbhse i nbhar dtír `which
you claim as a proud possession
,' Content. v 152 . a dhuine
50théid i dtaidhbhse | ar bhláth bhréige an domhain-se `O
thou who growest proud of the vain beauty of this world
,'
A. Ó Dálaigh xl 12. conach ó[i]r na airgid na taibhsi in
domhuin(?) brégaidh, Lib. Fl. i 22d21 . da rabhuid beag ┐
a mbeith ag dol i ttaidhbhsi parvae et admodum eminentes
55(suppurationes), 23 K 42, 203.8 . Of persons: uchán, as
mé an taidbse truagh spectacle , Arch. iii 305 iv § 7 . a
thaidhbhse ár gcrú `our race's ideal,' Ó Bruad. i 20.
(b) vision, dream, phantasm: dēnum a aircetal do Ébir
┐ do Dund co taibsenaib ilardhaib, Anecd. v 23 n. 9 . ni
60roibi d'Aenias don sceol sin adconnairc acht taibsi ina men-
main amal bis duine iar n-aislinge, Aen. 1454 . na taidbsensa
(the Transfiguration), LB 107a29 . taidbsi do p[h]ecdachu
`warning visions,' Aisl. MC 73.22 . cridenbas na taidhbsi
donarfas doibh, CCath. 901 . tucsad aithni fair gurub
65taidbsi tugad do, Lib. Fl. ii 4a39 áit i bhfuilid taidhbhseana
┐ tadhbháis, TSh. 6678. (c) ghost, apparition, image (of a
particular person or thing): conid frisna taidbsib sin atberat
na haneolaig síde, LU 4039 . ni crand acht t. ¤ ṡidi, LL 27b44 .
atchonnac na tailchenna | is t. ¤ na naem, SG 367.14 . scuchad
70fri scáth ┐ táidbsi be startled by a shadow and an apparition (?),
LB 157a61 . ionmhuin taidhbhse táinig sonn | aréir trem
chodladh chugom, TD 39.2 . taidhbhse anma gan anam,
Dánta Gr.² 47.16 .
Note also: scraiph sceas tonn taidbsi lir `the foam(?)
75cast up by the mighty wave of the sea
,' Ériu ix 47 § 15 . no ma
truma tarrastur tanuise do tiuglaithi taidbhsi teora tonn
.i. do ni triar la innraic a fuil for innraic na la eisinnraic for
eisinnraic, H. 3. 17 col. 438 ( O'D. 556 ). taibhsi ag mnáibh
na ccíghibh corra | láimh re mílidh Dhroma Deirg, IGT
80 Decl. ex. 1980.