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trebar adj o, ā (1 treb) ? trebair, SR 1899 . Laws i 254.6 , 18
Comm. (leg. trebaire ?).
80(a) careful, prudent: treabhar .i. glic no crionna, O'Cl.
fo besad fir trebuir `after the manner of a prudent man,'
Wb 29d23 . T. trén t. ¤ , Fél. Aug. 11 . trichae trénfher t. ¤
`thirty wise champions,' Feb. 20 . slóged lebar ṅÉrenn | asa
t. ¤ tóiden `Ireland's host of books whose troop is wise,' Ep.
85142 . romsaera Dia t. ¤ trén, SR 7417 . a ben t. ¤ , ScM.² 3 .
dia mba trepar imma lōg `cunning as to its price,' Fianaig.
16.7 . ni bói a n-oegaire trebur oc a n-imchoimet, PH 6723 .
rocoimēta ... co t. ¤ ┐ co genmnaid `preserved in prudence and
chastity
,' BColm. 8.19 . in fear t. ¤ Tiauandha `that prudent
Theban
,' TTebe 559 . tri ced buadach trebhar | lebur solus
5saer ro scrib, BCC 434.20 . Compar.: trebairiu gl. minus
stultus pro prudentior, Sg. 42b8 . cenn caich ... besid nuaisliu,
besid trebaire, Laws ii 278.22 . is trebairiu side, Críth Gabl.
39 . conid trebairiu ┐ conid ecnaidiu, LU 2616.
(b) secure, solvent, strong, substantial: t. ¤ cach conae a
10finntid oigi foric `every one is wealthy who keeps his tribe-
land perfect as he got it
,' Laws iii 54.6 . ma dia ti in t-eisert
... cos aní is t. ¤ do leis do chrudh `if the deserter comes ...
with the number of cattle which renders him solvent
,' iv 130.4
Comm. tri neichi treabara na firathcuired na comed-
15aidh orba `three secure things which the land heirs cannot
set aside
,' 212.13 Comm. conidam trén t. ¤ án athlum, LU
10285 . ba fer tailc trebur co sonairte ballraid, 6709 . for-
brisfider cech t. ¤ , RC xxvi 36 § 188 .i. gabail a eille ond áes
dímáinech, LL 188b13 . blonoc ... tuirc trebair, Aisl. MC
20 87.15 . do chennach ... torc ttreabur, Ériu v 170.138 . in
fer t. ¤ , BDD² 198 . Compar.: cenn caich iar nduinib i fine
... besid trebaire who has greater substance than he, ZCP
xiv 369 § 31 . As subst. ni athgebad nach trebair a chenna-
daich ar trebairi man of substance (?), Laws i 254.6 . Perh.
25 leg. trebaire with Comm. (18) .
Compds. ¤ chalma strongly valiant: trom-luidhe na
ttréin-fhear ttreabhar-chalma, CRR² 84.z . ¤ daingen
strongly secure: túra trebhardaingne, CCath. 1394 . tegh-
dhaisi trebar-dhaingne, ML² 81 . doronad in curach cur'
30bo hurrlumh treabardaingin he, RC xiv 38.5 . for taighlib
na tor treabhardaingen `sure and impregnable towers,' St.
Ercuil 35 . go tūroip treapar-dhaingne, Fl. Earls 154.12 .
¤ daingne steadfastness: ar trebhurdaingne na smachtcána
[sída] bói occo `strong firmness of the peaceful disciplinary
35law
,' CCath. 484 . ¤ daingnigid makes steadfast: ro trebhur-
daingnighid a senlonga, CCath. 1919 . ¤ glan strong and clear:
fo thír tretaig trebarglain Troiannai, TTr. 1441 . for tellach
taige trebargloin ` well-appointed ,' Aisl. MC 87.11 . do
sróll ... Tíri trebarglaine Tairrngire ` fair-cultivated ,' Fianaig.
40 84.25 . ¤ luas great speed: is e sin treisi ... ┐ treabarluas
fo thiagaid na heich, ZCP x 298.17 . ¤ thrén very strong:
a meic sochraid trebairtréin, SG 348.1 .

trebarach adj(cf. trebar, trebraid, etc.). Of a shield: lúireach
threabharach, Butler Poems 2269.

45 treb(a)raigidir v g (trebar) is prudent: trebaraigim gl. sapio
Sg. 146b16 . trebraigim, Pcr. 60b6 . Cf. trebrigidir?

trebarda adj io, iā (trebar) strong: scéith tailcti treabarda aca,
TBC 5518 . a shuidiugud | in tige trēoin t. ¤ , Aisl. MC 37.13 .

trebda adj io, iā (treb) belonging to a farm or household: cum-
50dach co taidhbhsibh treabhdha, BB 44a7 .

trebend adj(trí + bend) three-pronged: m'áel trébend torc-
bálach, RC xiii 56 § 46.

trebennach adj o, ā (trebend) three-pronged, three-pointed:
dond nāel t. ¤ , TBC² 2499 . techta fuillema gill aine trenege
55.i. sithla tre-beannaigi, Laws v 410.21 , 412.4 Comm. aine
treinighi .i. sithla tre-beannaigh[e] `of a three-pointed pail,'
O'Dav. 150. Of hailstones: cith cloichshnechta ... uball
a mbiad mír duine samail gach cloiche ┐ si t. ¤ , RC xviii
150.y . .l. molt ... t. ¤ ` three-horned ,' Ériu xii 176.13 .

60 treblait n[ī, f. ?] (Lat. tribulatio). Mod. Ir. also trioblóid.
treabhluid, IGT Decl. § 13 (66.15) . tribulation, illness,
suffering: claechlait a treblaiti ar comartha a n-aentad,
Fél. 44.32 . ri aingces cech galair ┐ cach threblaiti, LU
9643 . t. ¤ norglana (sic) | nos-tabair dūn, Arch. iii 231.12 .
65 buaidh treabhlaite toccaidhe, | damh fri deiredh mo shao-
ghail, 1. cech aen bís i cúmgi ┐ i tréblait = in tentationibus,
Lat. Lives 90.11 . fulang phian ┐ tréblaite, PH 5607 . no-
shaerad iat di-a tréblaitib, 4054 . gibe ernail treblaitte
gebhus e, BNnÉ 306.1 . is and bas foillsiu in tréblait, Fél.²
70 clxxxvi 27 . do taisiulbois mar do triboloitibh dhamh,
Aisl. Tund. 94.13 =turbalóid, 121.19 . ní bhí ... triaboloid
annsin coidhche, Maund. 265 . ro gab treabhlaid ┐ aimh-
nerte cuirp eisidhe, RC xxv 388 § 2 . barr treabhlaide ó
tá ar mo chneadhaibh | neamhlaige mná dleaghair dhíot,
75 PBocht 18.36 . ar dtreabhlaid fa súgradh sáimh, DDána
79.6 . lucht treabhlaite galoir ┐ esslāinte, Fl. Earls 68.32 .
tré thruime a dtreabhlaide, TSh. 6314 . isin seiseadh blia-
dhain a threabhlaíde, FM ii 1008.7 . a ló mo thrioblóide,
Ps. lix 16 . do nimíd gáirdeachus ... a dtrioblóidibh, Rom.
80 v 3 . ar feadh aimsir an (leg. na ?) triobloide, Rel. Celt. ii
154.15 .

treblaitech adj o, ā (treblait) troublesome, severe: galar trea-
blaideach do gabhail Rígh Connacht, FM iii 402.13 . Cf.
ataim co tribulaidech `I confess it with tribulation,' Fier.
85 134 . na bidh co tribuloideach aga nguighe, ITS xxix 206.3 .

trebland n champion (?): triar t. ¤ , glossed gusmar (H), LU
6856 =treblaṅg, BDD² 395 . Stokes (BDD) cites treblond
.i. gaiscedhach, H. 3. 18, 530 . ? Cf. Tochmarc Treblainne,
ZCP xiii 166 . n s. T. ¤ , 167.27 . Trebhlann inghin Frōeich,
14 . d s. ag Treblainn , 23 .