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taídlid v(taídle) makes bright (?) : gur taidhleadh ┐ gur
teasaladh soillse greine, MR 100.13 .
Vn. taídliud shining, brightness: la taigliud a sul, YBL
85a46 = soilsigidir a suile, Ériu ii 130.2 . ri táidliud firglan
5findargit, TTr. 1557 . ? secht ndumai cen taidliud de | do
cháiniud marb, Met. Dinds. iii 24.301 .

1 taidligid v g (tadall) visits: taidlidhfe m'adhaircín `he
shall come near my little horn
,' BCC 202.36 . ? gur thaei-
dhligh a mhenma ind aithrigi so that he repented, Lism. L.
10 2912 (thaduill, v.l.). muna taidligthea o trom-chraide `unless
he is purified by repentance
,' MR 122.9 . But cf. taithlech,
tat(h)laigid.

2 taidligid xsee tat(h)laigid.

taídligid v g (taídle) brightens, grows bright: toidliges uile
15h-e itir ect [chucht] acus erred, ML 162.14 (TMomera).
Vn. taídligud: hi taitneam ┐ i taidliugud aenuaire,
Alex. 60 . co tri tengthaib tendtidi ac taidligud ima carbad,
TTebe 2065 .

? taídlius n Temrach, cen t. ¤ trumma, | ar áibnius, ar étrumma,
20 Met. Dinds. i 10.63 (taiblius, v.l.).

taidrius n[? u, m.] (to-aith-reth-). See Thurn. Hdb. § 733 .
return, further visit: nipu immaccus in taidríus `not very
near was the return
,' Wb 18d5 . Cf. taithréos, taidirsed.

taifnech n=taithmech loosing, freeing, releasing: imlesadh
25na ndul ... ic á t. ¤ ┐ i cá trenscaradh, CCath. 301 . ic[a]
rediugud ┐ ica thaifneach, Cog. 182.19 . an Máel do t. ¤ do'n
cairthi d'ar cenglad h-i, Celt. Rev. iv 212.4 .

1 taifnigid v g (taifnech) looses, frees, releases: ro taifnigseat
munter Poimp al-longa o tir, CCath. 2667.

30 2 taifnigid v g (tafann) hunts, pursues: taifnigther ... in
draicc démnaig, PH 2496 . nír taifnichter lat claenmíla C.,
BDD² 173 (thaibniter, v.l.). taifnigther Saxain co a longaib,
Todd Nenn. 100.8 . taifneochthar é as a tsaoghal, Job xviii
18 . Part. biáid mar an bhfíadh thaifnighthe , Is. xiii 14.

35 1 taig vPerh. ipv. 2 s. of *do-aig (Wi. s.v. tagim, Ped. ii 451 .
See also RC l 109 ). come back, return, approach . In phrase
for aig th. ¤ , SR 2631 . fri aig th. ¤ , 3241 . aigh .i. eirigh ut
est aigh taigh .i. tair doridhis .i. eirigh go Cormac ┐ tair
doridhisi uadh, O'Dav. 67. Cf. ma imaga taga, 66 (subj.
40 pres., Ped.). ? Ipv. 2 p. inagid tagid , LU 180.
? Cf. ní ba t. ¤ drochcarad hi céin dait, BDD² 58 , `no
"seeking of an ill friend"'
, BDD § 3 =tochuiriuth, IT i
120.26 . ni ba t. ¤ .i. ni ba sagid, BDD² n. nip tuige .i.
indsaide, ib. See 1 taigid, 2 táim.
45As n. pr. (of a hound): Aig ┐ Taíg ┐ Tairchell a tri coin,
BB 35a13 .

2 taig ind=1 toich (?): mod táire, ní tairm cen t. ¤ , | Aige a
hainm in cach inbaid `not wrongly noised abroad (?),' Met.
Dinds. ii 68.31 .

50 1 taigde n food, sustenance: taigdi .i. biad laithe, H. 3. 18, 79
( O'C. 138 ). See Dinneen.

2 taigde n probing, poking, investigating (?): adhnadh re
taighde nach léigthear as a fire which by poking is prevented
from going out
(?), Ó Bruad. ii 204 . ó tharla gan chlann gan
55chreach | taighde a thruaghchuirp ní biseach to attack his
miserable body would be pointless
(?), 212 (cf. bíth gur gheallas
don ghríbh ghlain | tochailt (sic leg.) an té nár ionmhain |
... | tar léine ní leanfad air, ib.). See Dinneen.

taigdid v(? <to-gat-) leads, conducts: t'fhearg ... | an leanbh
60do thaighd torainne `the Child led thy anger away from us,'
Aithd.D. 60.23 . slat taoibhgheal dar [taighdeadh] an
chóir `the white wand which has directed the course of justice,'
82.28 . bí leis an taobh thaighdeas sibh, Content. x 2.
Vn. taigded: dom thaighdeadh don tigh thall-ain,
65 DDána 35.17 . ga thoighdeadh go teagh na togha, E iv 1,
36 ( Aithd. D. ii 247.10 ).

? taiged ind ba cathir cairptech ... | bát tamtech úaibrech t. ¤ ,
LL 21a11 . Cf. 1 taigid?

taigerad n u, m. enticing, decoying, luring into a trap: na
70tabraim daibh comairli togartha no taigertha na trenfer,
BB 422b3 . togaertha, TTr. 859 . cetheora poca ... ir-richt
cethri [n-én] co mbidis oc togerad cāem nErenn ... cen
togairad C. ō shein ille, RC xvi 68.14 , 20 . ro ghabhsat aga
ttimcelladh ┐ ag taigheradh troda friú surrounding them
75and skirmishing with them
(?), FM vi 2032.23 . tangadar
lucht taighertha ar na triathaib ... dá luathmescadh `cer-
tain companies thrown out to make a feint against them
,'
Caithr. Thoirdh. 79.4 . in lucht taigherta `the decoy ,' 79.10 .
fedhan ... do thaigherad in tromsluaigh, 81.39 . nach raibe
80tarbadh na taigheradh `there no longer was any profit of
keeping him in view
,' 82.14 . conid i ticced do thaidheradh
fortsa cach tan nocluintea in guth ic labrai frit (i.e. in a
dream), D iv 2, 71a21 .

1 taigid =toiched (vn. of do-saig)? pursuing, demanding,
85 exacting: biaid t. ¤ rig furri `a king's pursuit (?) will be on
her
,' BDD § 4 . M. ... do dul go Caisiol do th. ¤ rathaigis
for C. `to exact pledges,' CS 204.7 . Cf. perh. bodra forcidail |
dalla taighedha, BB 64a7 = d. dagáirle, Tec. Corm. 16.68 .