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treb n ā, f. A word of native origin, but in meaning (b)
70perh. infl. by Lat. tribus, cf. triub. Note also crich a tribe
(leg. treibe ?), LU 6772.
(a) house, farm, holding: t. ¤ oc na bi usce ... co tairid-
nither seicce `a house which has not water ... until it is led
to it
,' Laws iv 214.7 . in t. ¤ coitcenn `the common residence,'
75 i 130.z Comm. tincur a treibi, v 284.29 .i. trelum a thighe,
288.5 Comm. fuidir lais-a mbiad cuic treaba, 514.17 .i. cuic
treba ┐ cet in cach n-ae ... .i. teach mor, ┐ bo-theach, ┐ foil
muc, ┐ lias caereach ┐ lias laeg, 514.23 , 35 Comm. ráncatar
treib tóidlig, Fél. Prol. 78 . sáor teglach mo trebi `save the
80household of my dwelling
,' Mon. Tall. 131.17 . ? huas treba
tor, SR 1703 . oc ríachtain a trebe chuici, BDD² 278 . in-
main t. ¤ `dear thorpe', Trip. 486.2 . a treba a ndúne ┐ a n-ard-
dindgnu, LU 5107 . hi treib | richid, SR 401 . nocho chiuin
guires cach treib, 243 . t. ¤ ríg, Met. Dinds. ii 18.6 . inní do
85th. ¤ thóeb-adbal ? iii 350.44 . ba caem cumdachta in treab a
ndecus and, ba hadba rig ┐ taissech, BB 443b1 . ar ngabāil
trebe ┐ tighedais, ZCP xiii 166.8 . comad hī mo threab,
Ériu i 39 § 11 . ro facsat ... a treba ┐ a tegdasa, CCath. 900 .
treba na Teibi, TTebe 1324 . treabh do bhí ag ríoghaibh
róinne, TD 6.2 . treabh as áille dar fhéagh súil, DDána
5 119.6 . gur airgsiod ... idir chealla ┐ dúna ┐ treabha, Keat.
iii 2609 . do gab teimhel treb taidhen `darkness hath fallen
upon the dwelling of companies
,' BCC 220.11 . do chuadur
a tír isin treibh ... sin country (?), Études Celt. i 82.12 .
(b) household, tribe: t. ¤ ab eo quod est tribus , Corm. Y
10 1208 . bātar ili Cothraige | cetharthrebe dia fognad `many
were there whom C. of the four households used to serve
,'
Thes. ii 309.3 . is ed tūargaib a fheba | sūas de sech treba
dóine `beyond the households of men,' 314.7 . hi cech threib
is ráti `in every household it should be told,' Fél. Apr. 9 .
15 i n-inud trebe Leue, SR 4448 . Áth Clíath co tresse t. ¤ `with
its strong tribes
,' Met. Dinds. iii 316.31 . donítís Lagin in
sin | iar trebaib iar tellaigib `the Leinstermen used to do on
this wise by tribes and by households
,' 16.194 . do treib
Benamín do, PH 1648 . cennus for Themraigh na ttreabh,
20 BNnÉ 289.25 . tachar ré trebaib an talman `fight with the
tribes of the earth
,' TTebe 4221 . do threib Ghaoidel, O'Gr.
Cat. 467.1. meastar iad trá as a dtreabhaibh | 's a-tá siad
na sinsearaibh `let them be judged from their tribes since
they are the ancestors of those tribes
,' Content. x 14 . duine
25uassal do threibh na hAlban, Fl. Earls 24.12 . sé treabha
ar gach leic dhíobh, TSh. 450.
(c) stock: trebh .i. innile, ut est, a fuigill a túaith a mbí
cona trebha, Ériu xiii 81 § 280 . ? t. ¤ .i. cuimrech, ut est a
Morainn ... co trebar, co caemar cimedha .i. cethra, O'Dav.
30 1535 = O'Don. 2201 ( Nero A vii 140a ). Cf. tribe.
Compds. ¤ aicme tribe: nach faicfi duine ... a treab-aicme,
MR 194.18 . craebh-fhoghla ... treb-aicmed in talman,
98.15 . ? ¤ ar ploughland: t. tel-ghlas `green-swelling
ploughland
', Met. Dinds. iii 302.66 (cf. trebar). ¤ arsaid
35 of old establishment: an chríoch mhín treabharsaidh tais,
TD 20.52 . ¤ chlann household: Maelsechlainn slemna rop
sen | for trebchlaind Temra is Talten, LL 133a45 . i tuathaib
i treb-chlannaib, 386b19 . ¤ chol family disgrace: ba t. dó
for talmain `it was a stain on his house for him on earth,'
40 Met. Dinds. ii 32.74 . ¤ díre compensation for stealing from
a house: andsum dire treibdire, Laws iii 458.12 . Cf. atait
secht treaba la Feine adbaill a ndire a setaib i tarrachtain
`there are with the Feine seven houses the díre of which dies
according to the ways in which they are found
,' v 162.17 .
45See ZCP xv 319 . ¤ lucht household: treabhlacht .i. luchd
treibhe, no tighe, O'Cl. cona th., RC xv 422.19 . ¤ rianach (?):
ic trebtuind | timarnadhaigh tromoirgiallig | tuaidh treb-
rianaigh treoraigh, IT iii 99.28 . ? ¤ thond: don fhaighthe
toghfaind ic trebtuind, 27 (perh. n. loc.).

50 ? trebabus : ind bid Conchobar clothamra tulaircneach deathpa
dedla t. ¤ oirgfid Ulaid aen gnimaib ocbend angbaid Athairni,
YBL 179a3 = tredabus, BB 259a9 .

trebach xsee trebthach.

trebachas xsee trebthachas.

55 trebad n u, m. vn. of trebaid. ? As o, m. toimsech trebaid ,
Met. Dinds. iv 104.46 . Cf. toimhseach treabhaidh .i. treabh
no baile da dtoimhsdi cíos, O'Cl. (see Hermathena xiv 470 ).
IGT Verbs § 67.
(a) act of ploughing, cultivating; husbandry: ainim do
60feilce domaine i t. ¤ `animal which has become useless for
ploughing
,' Laws ii 360.17 . comobair trebta do luad `the
work of ploughing
,' 358.3 . bo trebiththa `ploughing ox,'
i 46.z Comm. is t. ¤ i maig mo th. ¤ i ndeadaig mo chon, TBC²
533 . is ansu limsa mo thech oldás mo t. ¤ uli, LU 8386 .
65 ó rogab tre(a)bad resorted to husbandry, Críth Gabl. 89 .
ó gabais trebud, BDD² 1310 . leth a treabthai, Cáin Ad. 24 .
fri har ┐ t. ¤ in talman `for tilling and ploughing the ground,'
Fél.² lxi 42 . na dá thuaith déc cen t. ¤ | ... | in ri réil rodas-
biathái, SR 4633 . imtar taicthig a trebthai, 4661 . cid
70messam t. ¤ ? ... t. ¤ do ná crenar enech na anim `a house-
keeping by which neither honour nor life is bought
,' Tec.
Corm. 18 . in t-áes cumachta ... in t-áes trebtha, LU 6251 =
trebaire, TBC 2420 . M. in ríg-threbtha `of the kingly house-
hold
,' Met. Dinds. iii 334.22 . is adbar sainnte saethar ┐
75t. ¤ , Alex. 857 . lasin fer trebtha ` farmer ,' RC xxvi 44.1 .
ce beith mac deit nó th. ¤ | frisa nérchóilis scarad `if thou
shouldst have a son or householdry that thou hast determined
to part from
,' Ériu i 201.1 . ní bhía an tonnmhuir gan trea-
badh `the wave-tossed sea will not be unploughed,' RC xlix
80171 § 21. ni [dhlé] a-bhos treabhadh an tnúidh `'tis not
right in this life to indulge avarice
,' PBocht 7.2 .
(b) residence: treabad inforais `habitable residence,'
Laws iv 128.5 . co ndeine a rudrad ocus a t. ¤ fair `he makes
his prescription and his dwelling upon it
,' v 314.13 . t. ¤ fair
85.i. do thighibh, 316.8 Comm. erna trebtha .i. biail ┐ fidhbha
`house-irons i.e. a hatchet and a wood axe,' 392.11 Comm.
(c) In phrase t. ¤ menman a searching of the mind, taking
thought, resolve (?): ro innis a treabhadh menman dóibh
gorab d'fegadh a ngaiscidh tainic `out of `husbanding of
spirit' he told them that he had come to see their valour
,'
5 Expugn. Hib. 30 . gidh olc thuillim | atá 'nar dtreabhadh
meanmain-ne | th'fhagháil as th'fheirg | i n-anáir deilg na
dearnainne `I could by hearty services win thee from thy
wrath
,' Dán Dé xvi 16 . dá ghaol féin—ni fiadhach gar |
nach truagh an treabhadh meanman ? DDána 86.13 . gan
10treabhadh do-bhir Breaghmagh | treabhadh menman ḟir
Alman, IGT Decl. ex. 292.