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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 .

5 treblíadnach adj o, ā (trí + blíadain) three years old, lasting
three years: in bó derg th. ¤ , Todd Lect. vi 22.3 . go mba
samhalta re moltchroiceann ... tairptheach trebhliadhnach,
Cath M.T. 170 . tech n-aighedh ... ┐ failti t. ¤ do cech nech
ticed and, Acall. 2731 v.l.

10 treblíadnaide adj(trí + blíadain) three years old: ech tre-
bliadhnaidi, Lism.L. 3794.

treblonnas n(see under trebland) wantonness (?): tri t. ¤ ,
Laws iii 354.2 Comm.

? trebluige : adj leine ... don tsról tana threabhluighe `of
15fine textured satin
,' Rel. Celt. ii 260.34 . Cf. trebraide.

? treblus : n rothecht Fergus filte | do th. ¤ a sainte, LL
156b1 = sherb-lus ` bitter greed ,' Met. Dinds. iii 300.30 .

? trebnach x(1 treb ?) : om tir t. ¤ tend, BCC 372.17 .

? trebnaide xsee trebraide and srebnaide.

20 ? trebnairecht : ind ni randa roscad randad fir forragad
taman teiscleimnech t. ¤ , O'Don. 2213 ( Nero A vii 147a ).

trebrad n o, m. IGT Verbs § 82. (a) act of plaiting, weaving:
? in bratt condaig Fer Berna | acht ni t. ¤ ní coimge, Met.
Dinds. iv 332.36 . Of the structure of a building: mar
25threabhradh ar thaobhaibh eang, DDána 119.26 . saor ga
treab[h]radh is ga táth, 31 .
(b) Most commonly in attrib. gs. plaited, woven. Of
clothes, armour, etc.: garblēne trebraid, TBC² 3285 . léine
threbraid síte fria chnes, TBC 5273 . lurecha landluthi
30lántrebraid ` well-braided;' TTr. 166 . iomdha cotún ... is
feilm ... 's beirt trom treabhraidh, DDána 111.21 . Of a
house: 'na t[h]ig t[h]rebraid, Arch. iii 306 § 11 . In names
of metres: laidh treabhraidh beg, mor, IT iii 95 § 146 , § 147 .
atait da cenel ... for deachnaid moir .i. sned-dhechnad ┐
35deachnad trebraid, BB 297a26 . See IT iii 136 - 7 . Fig. of
a people: o fhine threabhraidh Teamhrach, Top. Poems²
160 . Note also: i talmain trebruid, ZCP viii 231.
? is fidi trebraid na mbreth netged, O'C. 1927 ( 23 P 3, 25a ).
Perh. g p. in: títhe láintreabhradh ós lionn | do tráicht-
40dealbhadh d'fhíthe fhionn (descr. of a house), DDána
119.30 . See Measgra Mh. Uí Chléirigh 147 § 11 n.

trebraide adj io, iā (cf. trebrad) woven, plaited: luireach threabh-
raidhe tréan-dualach dá dhídion, CRR² 80.10 . Cf. léine
throsall threabhnaidhe, 68.8 . a léinte tiugha trēn-treabh-
45raidhe, 24 P 9, 77.7 ( Cath. M.T. 553 ). See srebnaide.

trebraigid xsee trebaraigid.

trebrech adj continuous (?): huaire assoith la hÉsu | in grīan
fri bás inna clóen, | ciasu th. ¤ ba huisse | soillse fri éitsecht
na nóeb `since for Joshua the sun rested at the death of the
50wicked, meet were radiance, although it was continuous, at
the death of saints
,' glossed ciabu trebairech, cia nobetis
tri chutrumma na soillse tall intiso, ni bu ecoir. nó cia
bu trebairech .i. ciarbu are treb .i. princeps, nó ciarbat mara
a treba `though it were 'trebairech', though there had been
55therein three times you light, it were not unjust. Or, though
he was trebairech, i.e. though he was chief of households, or
though his households were great
,' Thes. ii 320.2 . In Trip.
ii 410 , Stokes translates `thrice as strong.' ? Cf. re n-éc
cind Berba threbríg, LL 32b24 . See trebrigidir.

60 trebricht n(trí+bricht ?) a type of metre: t. ¤ annso, IT iii
99.164 . i[n] nath debrichta no in trebrichta ` triple octo-
syllabic ' (Gloss.), Auraic. 3712.

trebrigidir v g depon. (cf. trebrech) continues: trebrigedar
cech consain i ndegaid araile cen gutai ṅetarru `to continue
65each consonant after another without a vowel between them
,'
Sg. 7a4 . amal notrebrigim gl. continuo, Ml 88d7 . rotrebraig
tra brut ┐ brig ... i cridib curad, BB 429b16 . Part. trebrigthe
gl. perpetuá, Ml 88d10 . beacha ag tionól a ttromchnuasaigh
go treabhruighthe incessantly (?), RC xxix 128.8 . Cf. treb(a)-
70raigidir
?

? trebrisid v breaks through, shatters, pulverises (?): dodibraig
T. ... faga ... a leith da druim do cur-drebrisastair a asnada,
TTebe 1016 (gur-dethbrisitar, v.l.).

1 treb(th)ach n o, m. (treb) treabhthach, IGT Decl. § 11 (55.5) .
75 householder, farmer: secht cumala for gach trebach ted
for umgabail flatha ┐ fine, O'C. 2558 ( Eg. 88, 47 ). cen cob
trebthach he im ar ocus im buain `although he is not efficient
as to ploughing or reaping
,' Laws iii 56.15 Comm. oc déne
na trebthach ... ic dail usci dia cairchaib, SR 3741 . mag
80na tige is na trebthach `the plain full of homes and house-
holders
,' Met. Dinds. iii 382.3 . bo cach trebthaig fil fot
mam-sa, IT ii2 193.4 . dia mba trebthach, ba trebor `if
thou art a husbandman be prudent
,' Ériu ii 172 § 1 . .uii.
n-ech tren dun trebthach, BB 277a9 (cf. BR 178.z ). laoich
85chródha ... | treabhthaigh (sic leg. ?) na bóchna ar a mbíd,
Rel. Celt. ii 226.14 . maith a trebhtaigh, BCC 282.24 . do
threabhadar na treabhthaigh air mo dhruim ` plowers ,'
Ps. cxxix 3 . adhbhar ... tóirsi do threabhthachaibh, FM v
1682.21 . ionamhaidh eathlainne an treabhthaigh ar luas
do dhul `when the corn in the harvestman's haggard is blown
5away
,' Ó Bruad. iii 168.19 .