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2 taíden xsee taídiu.

3 taíden nOnly in O'Dav. (a) brightness, shine , (b) going,
coming: toidhen .i. tidecht nó tiachtain nó taitnemh,
1578 . toeden .i. taitnem nó buidhen nó tinnrem no sluagh
5nó techt nó drem, 1581 . Cf. taídle.

(?)taídenach adj o, ā (1 taíden) having companies, abounding
in hosts: ba dethbir do Gōidelaib | ... | nat cing Tailtin
tōidenaig | ūä Flainn that Flann's grandson no longer strides
through host-abounding Tailtiu
, Bruchst. i 54 § 121 , emended
10from taillte taoidhin, FM ii 626.8 .

taideórach adj o, ā (taidiúir) sad, mournful: mo chroidhe
truagh taidheórach, Measgra D. 46.54 .=taigeoruch, BCC
198.20 .

taiderad xsee taigerad.

15 (?)táidglí n vigour, brilliance (?): do taidgle ni tráighe | a
áirdrí na huaille, Caithr. Thoirdh. 31.23 . tadglí tendalach |
árdrígh ildánach `one to whom his firebrands lend a glowing
tint
,' 80.21 . Cf. taídle.

táidid v i (1 táide). steals, thieves: fer rotháid is rothall tair,
20 Met. Dinds. ii 58.19 .

taídid v i shines, illumines (cf. as-toídi, taídle): toidid fri
husci `it shines against water,' Ériu ii 116 § 46 . toidid iarsin
slogu inna maccradh `then he [the sun] shines on the hosts
of the children
,' 124 § 69 . toidet iarum airbe in mil mhoir,
25 § 71 . Cf. § 77 , § 79 . ? Columb Cille | coinneal tóidhius
teóra reachta, ZCP viii 197 § 11.

taidirsed v Cond. 3 s. from to-ath-air-reth- ?: atbélmis et ní t. ¤
nech huann gl. sicut sodoma facit essemus, we should perish
and none of us should
return (?), Wb 4d9 . See Ped. ii 594 .
30 Cf. taidrius.

taídiu n n,f. Taediu, Acall. 2674 . g s. Thóedhan, RC xxvii
302.3 . Tóiden, BColm. 74.2 . Also ā, f. n s. taiden, Anecd.
ii 20 § 2 . taidin, 21 § 8 . taidhin, O'Cl. sruth immar in
toedin , LL 44b9 . g s. na Táidhine , Fél. 152.23 . taidine,
35 Anecd. ii 21 § 7 . But d s. Molling thes 'na taeden , RC xiii
76.2 . According to Wortk. 187 identical with 1 taíden,
vn. of do-fed, cf. uisci toiridne (tairiden <*to-air-feden),
Laws iv 206.1 .
Watercourse, leat, mill-stream: taidhin no taoidhin .i.
40linn muilinn, O'Cl. oc cluide na toedini (of Moling, see
below), LL 284a41 = Fél. 152.33 . t. ¤ grianach, Acall. 2676 .
for taidhin an mhuilinn, Buile Ṡ. 42.7 . mo tháidiu ós in
tuile, SG 381.39 . taediu chorrach chamlindtech, Acall.
2674 . is e mo medg mo taiden, Anecd. ii 20 § 2 . See also
45 22 § 2. § 4 . 28 § 3 . 29 § 4 .
The word occurs frequ. in connection with St. Moling,
and there is a tradition that this saint dug a watercourse
as an act of humility, see V. SS. Hib. ii 193 § ix . By modern
editors somet. treated as n. loc. (of a river): Táeidiu ainm
50na habhann, Acall. 2645 . do cosecradh mo Thóedhan,
RC xxvii 302.3 . luid Colmān ... do imt[h]echt Tóiden
Moling, BColm. 74.2 (see V. SS. Hib. i , lxxxii ). fechtas
do M'ling is' tōidin `in the millpond,' RC xiv 188.1 , corrected
to `Tóidiu, i.e. a river in Leinster,' xvii 319 , cf. Trip.
55 xxv 9.
In contexts unconnected with St. Moling (as n. loc.):
Cath Toiden, MS. Mat. 586.13 . fir Toíden (? sic leg.),
ZCP x 344 § 18 . Cf. sruth immar in toedin, LL 44b9 .

taidiúir adj i (<to-dér, KZ xlviii 69 ). tearful, sad, mournful,
60 plaintive . (a) General: tai[di]uir .i. maidnech, Lec. Gloss.
327 . Stowe Gl. 137 . sūilib tlāithib todēraib, Ériu ii 55 § 3 .
todiúre ciúil (women are) `tearful during music', Tec. Corm.
16.48 . sethnach tanaide todeóir `an emaciated miserable
body
,' Ériu ii 65 § 11 . ro cháisetar ... co taidhíur taibsenach,
65 Acall. 5251 n. . atodíuri thrá ┐ at trúaga na gáre, LU
2214 . Frequently coupled with tuirsech: t. ¤ tuirsech,
ZCP vii 309.25 . CCath. 1171 . tuirsech t. ¤ , Aen. 1332 . Fen.
262.2 .
(b) Of music and musical instruments sad, plaintive,
70 sweet, melodious: ceól trúag t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 212.13 .
sluag morsolusda taitnemach taidhiuir teidbind, YBL
163b14 . co nuallaibh múisecdha mor-thaidiúiri, BNnÉ
273.z . foghar taidhiúir na dtéad meannchrot, TD 25.18 .
doghnidhthear a n-oirfide iomlán oireamhnach le luas
75taighiuir tam suavi velocitate, Keat. i 40.46 . ré cantaireacht
ttaighiúir na naomh ag molad Dé, O'Hussey T.C. 46.13.
(c) Of the human voice: bíth ... ag reacaireacht | i
gcanmhain nach taigiuir le sacxanaibh, Ó Bruad. iii 130.8 .
finn-bhean na bhfuighleadh dtaidhiúir, A. Ó Dálaigh xiii 2.
80 an glór taidhiúir síthe séimh, Dánta Gr.² 1.21 . Note also:
sgaoileadh na sgéal dtaidhiúir sad stories, TD 14.7 . selg
taidiur (ref. to belling of hounds ?), Acall. 2045 . mon
gcrích dtaidhiúir dtobarghlais, TD 13.5 . na gcuan dtaidh-
iúir `murmuring waters', 17.34 . Cf. taideórach.

85 taidiúire n iā, f. (taidiúir) sadness, sorrow, plaintiveness (of
music): fri todéri nó fri meli, Thes. ii 8.36 . todiuri menman,
Alex. 1077 . ria truaigi ┐ ri taidiuiri in ciuil, RC xxiv 62.6 .