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? trechnaill: ind treachnaill .i. trén chloinn, O'Cl.

trechodlaide adj(trí + codal) covered with three hides (of boats):
nói trechodlidi, RC ix 458.2 . curach trecodhlaidi, xiv
38 § 33.

5 trechongbálach adj(trí + congbál) trisyllabic: in foucal ... tre-
conngbalach, Auraic. 3863.

trechostae adj io, iā (trí + cos) three-legged, three-footed: isin
trechostu gl. in trepode, Sg. 8b5 . tricoste gl. tricuspis, 67b2 .
int anmanda cetharchosta, dechosta, trechosta, TTebe
10 159 .

? tréchtidi ind bruthaig fri toind t. ¤ , LU 10392.

trechúairt n(trí + cúairt) triple assault (?): Trecuairt tighe
Buradaig ` threefold assault ,' Laws i 46.8 Comm. (a `togail'
in list of stories). Trechuairt Tigi Lir, LL 189b57 ( MS.
15Mat. 584 ). See tre-eochair.

trechumasc n o,[m.] (tre+cumasc) intermingling, mixture:
t. ¤ (sic leg.) do firaib creidmecha ┐ di firaib geindtlige ann-so
sis, Laws v 472.6 Comm. do dhén trécumusc da ndlithib
`make a regular hotchpotch of their laws,' O'Gr. Cat. 113.4.
20Usually with prep. i and follg. gen. mixed with: bói dono
Eochaid amal cach mnoi ina t. ¤ `in their crowd,' RC xv
296.1 . bádar sidhe a ttréchumusc na ccenn n-oile ina
lenmhuin `these were all intermingled with the other heads
pursuing him
,' Buile S. 124.17 . hi trechumusc an diorma
25`among the troop,' Hugh Roe 24.26 . lottar ... tré sraidibh
na cathrach i ttrécumasc cáich `mixing with the people,'
FM vi 1916.1 . tairtheas esein ina ttrecommascc `he became
involved in the crowd
,' iii 130.11 . atá gach aicme ... gan
tréchomascc sleachta for aroile of unmixed descent, Genea-
30logiae Regum et Sanctorum (ed. P. Walsh), 8.17 .

trécid xsee tréicid.

trécud n uand o, m. vn. of 1 tréicid. Also trécun, tréicen.
IGT Verbs § 71 . act of abandoning, forsaking, foregoing .
(a) Of places: teach Dé 'gá thréagadh ar theach `bartering
35God's house for another
,' Dán Dé xxvii 19.
(b) Of persons: ar ro midair in rí a t. ¤ uli, LU 4236 .
doirb da trēgan it is difficult to forsake Thee, Arch. iii 235 § 27 .
is mor in bráth ┐ in trecun dabertatar fir hErend fort, TBC
4030 . comairle braith ┐ trécthi Conculaind, 2751 . iarna
40trecad da muintir bodein, Ann. Conn. 1234.3 . a threcudh
don atharda his being abandoned by his fatherland, CCath.
3203 . tréigean a mhic móide as náir, DDána 21a.7 . fala
Dhé ar tí mo thréagaidh | gur mhéadaigh mé `I have ...
increased the Lord's anger when it was about to leave me at
45peace
,' Dán Dé vii 11 . gan Dia do threigion ar maithios,
ZCP iv 426.12 . an Tigherna ... do thregan, Smaointe
B. Chr. 4641 . ar na threigsin do nuile dhuine, Rel. Celt.
ii 204.11 . tregan sochaidi, RC xiii 86 n. 6 (tessarcon,
text).
50(c) Of occupations, habits, etc. abandoning, giving up:
tregen cech deg-obri, PH 7606 . in t-animm ... do thrégen
uirre, 7462 . treicen anma `giving up of life,' St. Ercuil
1536 . iar ttréccadh a righe ar chléirceacht, FM i 326.15 .
iar ttreccean aibiti manaigh fuirre, v 1344.1 . mo creidim
55fein do treiccen, Maund. 47 . a uile mhaitheas do thréigean,
TSh. 951.
(d) Various: leabhar Maodhócc ... | a tregad dím ni
dligid, BNnÉ 260.27 . monadh nua dordughadh ... ┐ an
taircceat boí innte ria sin do trecceadh `the money previously
60in use was discontinued
,' FM iii 346.8 . ō 'd-chonnairc
cāch ag trēigen a tōgbhāla (sic leg.) failing to lift it (a stone),
ML² 20 . Med. iarraidh an aicid i fein do leigis ┐ in galur ┐
in cuis do treigin, RC xlix 15.2 . ar treicin a fhola `from
loss of blood
,' St. Ercuil 756 . iar dtréigean iomad fola dhó,
65 Keat. ii 4544.

trécun xsee trécud.

tréda adj(-ae io, iā) (trí). Also treoda, tréide. threefold, triple:
cuin is tredha? Laws iii 92.18 . co tesgaire treoda gen forus
fechem `three things are to be announced at the residence of
70the defendant
,' i 268.15 . Trinoit treoda do creideam `to
believe in the trinal Trinity
,' Fél. 46.30 . Mac Dé, Dia deoda
cech than, | ba oen, ba tréoda derbglan, SR 7570 . co
roclóad Demun de | triasinn-aimsigud trede, 7580 . dorigne
Dia firt trédai ar Patraic, Trip.² 95 . adrad in maic ona
75tri drúidib cona ṅ—dánaib tréidib `with their threefold gifts,'
Ériu ii 198.21 . trias-in ernaigti thrédai do-roine Ísu, PH
3066 . almsana ... | dar tigerna thren treoda, LB 96.83 .
Note also: treode nó trecoste .i. ní bí son tribus pedibus
`three-pointed or three-footed,' Sg. 67b2 . Cf. 2 od. See also
80under trédatu, tréide.

? tredabus xsee trebabus.

trédacht n ā, f. (tréda) trinity: chretir i nd-oendacht aicnid
┐ i t. ¤ persainde, PH 7086 . anns an Treadhacht Do-dhea-
luighthi, ITS xxix 227.4 . Cf. tríthacht.

85 tredan n o, m. (Lat. triduana) (three days') fast: treadhan
.i. trosgadh, O'Cl. Scíre cain car t. ¤ (: credal) `fair Scire
who loved fasting for three days
,' Fél. Mar. 24 . is arrae trí t. ¤
(: chredal) ` 'tis a commutation of three triduans,' Ep. 186 .
Potamia tend tredain (: mebail), Gorm. Dec. 5 . tánic dar
t. ¤ tuiscthe `came, in spite of fasting from food,' Met. Dinds.
5 iii 162.3 . t. ¤ trī laa co n-aidchi for in gCuimdid, Arch. iii
3.29 . ro aínius mo th. ¤ , LU 1322 . o ra-forbad din in t. ¤
cus-in aine `when the three days fast was over,' PH 6310 .
Trede immurgu .i. ōna trednaib menci asberar dī `Trede,
however, is so-called from her frequent fastings
,' BColm.
10 8.27 . cidh maith tredhan is troscud, ZCP viii 231 § 4 .
ro furailseat a sruithe forro da thredhan do dhenamh,
FM i 370.x . ? rian tregain terc(h)tha trogain, Acall. 2416.