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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 .

2 treb(th)ach adj o, ā (treb) possessing tribes, families; popu-
lous: Ōengein Dē talman | treōin trebthaig, Ält Ir. Dicht. i
42 § 51. in talam tren trebach tír, SR 7928 . dia tír trebach,
4823 . fuarammar morthír mainbthech, | toichthech, t. ¤ ,
10iltairthech, 4702 . a tTír Thairngire treabthaigh, Feis
TC 1072 . ón tuaith treabhaigh, Top. Poems² 1659.

treb(th)achas n o, m. (1 trebthach) householding, cultivating,
ploughing: is brigu ar trebthochus, BDD² 692 . damh a
ttrath an treabhtachais (treabhacais, v.l.) `an ox in the time
15of ploughing
,' BNnÉ 223.15 . aibind trebthachus do duine
bís na duthchus, YBL 314a58 . d'iarraid tuillid trebthachuis
`to seek for more possessions,' Fen. 182.11 .

trebthan n honeycomb: t. ¤ .i. criathar mela, Hib. Min. 47.10 .
t. ¤ manach muighe Fail, 48.5 .

20 trebthas n(trebad) farm, dwelling: as mo threbthus fo
thurad `from my fruit-laden homestead,' Met. Dinds. iii
330.7 . is eól dam im th. ¤ tó `known to me in my silent
dwelling
,' 396.1 . eól dam senchas na sruithe | for t. ¤ ín
trén-chuithe `I know the tale sages tell of the mighty whirl-
25pool's home
,' iv 82.34 . is and robói a t. ¤ , RC xv 468.1 .

trebul adj(trí) triple, threefold: Callraigi .i. trebulchallraigi
fri lochaib Eirne aniair, Rawl. 143a41 . See Wortk. 157.

trécen xsee trécud.

trechal n act of digging: tochal, tolladh ... treachal, Eg. Gl.
30 572 . Cf. trechlad.

trechatharde n(trí + cathair) gl. Tripolites, Sg. 38b4 .

trechelt n(trí + celt) name of a kind of garment (?): ailid
son ... t. ¤ inna muin `three dresses in addition to them' (a
king's holiday clothes), Laws v 398.y . i. tri hedaighi, 400.5
35Comm.

trechem n[o, m.] (a) three-year-old pig (see, however, ZCP xvi
208 ): deling .i. mucc dá bliadain ... o deling co trichem .i.
o debliadain co teora bliadna, O'Dav. 706. o deiling co
treichium, Laws ii 246.6 ( ZCP xiv 351 , see also 352 ). co
40trechium .i. co tri hal .i. tri mbliadan .i. isin tres bliadain
marbtar, 22 Comm. .l. torc trichem (leg. as compd. ?)
`fifty young boars,' Ériu xii 176.9 . ? Of a person: sentrichem
senchaillige, Triads 114 (`the chronic cough of an old hag,'
see trichem). ? As n.pr. Rosa .i. mac Trichim, Laws i
4516.23 . Trichemh, BNnÉ 110 § 47.
(b) Perh. of growth of corn or of land cropped only once
every three years: miach bracha, do braich eorna a ard-
treichem, Laws ii 238.17 . i. ar na trencheimniugad as in
talmain aird cumad fhearrde a ith (sic leg.), 240.5 Comm.
50 Cf. a desebhar ardtrichem talman, O'Dav. 705 (with similar
gloss). See Thurneysen, ZCP xiv 350 . ? Cf. also: fobraithe
bairce ... .i. treicheam fir luinge .i. treide trencémnigther
don tí atci in long, O'Don. 1609 ( H. 5. 15, 12a ).

trechenélae adj io, iā (trí + cenélae) trigeneric, belonging to the
55 three genders: treceneli gl. trigena, Sg. 66a1 . in genitin
coitchen trechinélai `the common trigeneric genitive,' 7522 .
coitchenn t. ¤ `a common trigener,' 114b1 . it é tra in di accuis
insin arṅdid coitchen trechenelae sui `why `sui' is common
trigeneric,'
200a13 .

60 trecheng n trio, triad: is trethenc comadas do `it is a fitting
triad to him
,' Wb 29c5 . mórth. ¤ nád donae `a great trio
that is not wretched
,' Fél. Sept. 16 . prímth. ¤ , Nov. 28 , glossed
triar .i. tri cinn mora, 208.20 . t. ¤ breth Féni inso sís, Triads
2.1 . Cf. drécheng .i. triar, O'Cl. Cf. also dechenc.

65 trechenn adj(trí+cenn) three-headed: triar úathmar anetarg-
naid trecheann, BDD² 903 (see Gloss.). in t-ellén t. ¤
roḟásaig Herind, RC xiii 448 § 34 . As subst.: fiul tréchendi
ind-[E]oruip ` triple-heads ,' ZCP ii 315.19 . tré cheann .i.
trí cinn, O'Cl. Cf. .l. molt ... trichenn, Ériu xii 176.13 .

70 trechennach adj o, ā (trechenn) three-headed: torathar t. ¤ ,
TTebe 1200 .

? trechess: ind co triall t. ¤ os cach dind | rethess grian in
cach oenrind, SR 227.

trechintach adj(trí + cin) having three faults: cuaille ... tre-
75cintach, Laws iv 74.3 Comm.

trechise adj io, iā (compd. of trí ?) in three plaits (?): béim
búirid fri teora sústa iarnae cona secht slabradaib tredúal-
chaib trechisi cona secht cendphartaib, BDD² 1272.

trechlad n u, m. act of loosing, separating: treachladh .i.
80sgaoileadh, O'Cl. trechladh .i. tinól, ut est, Ri Condacht
dia threchladh tra | Aedh mac Eochaidh tirmcharna being
overthrown
(?), O'C. 1464 ( H. 3.18, 651 ). ? cechaing i
n-ailithir | t. ¤ find fīrinni, Arch. iii 217 § 4 . See also trochlaid.

trechlaid xsee trochlaid.

85 trechlam n o some kind of edible plant: rot bíat na tri gaiss
.i. gass biroir gass fochluchta gass trechlaim, LU 5529.