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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.

? 2 tredan n i tredhan .i. i tauloith i muigh, O'C. 476 ( H. 3.
18, 248 ).

15 trédatu n t,m. (tréda). Also treodatu. threeness, trinity:
ostendit hic in treodatid, Wb 26a29 . inna tri secht tra
dofoirndea són in treodata[id] `the three sevens, then, that
express the triplicity
,' Ml 2d2 . cretim treodatad `through
belief in the threeness
,' Thes. ii 354.26 . cretem óenatad co
20foisitin tredatad, Lib. Hymn. 64.52 .
In the follg. exx. prob. wrongly for tréda(e): co ndenum-
ne ernaigti t. ¤ , PH 3067 . curob aendia treodata ann-sin e,
ZCP vi 84.14 .

tredelbdae adj io, iā (trí + delb) triform: don inchind tredelbdai
25gl. cerebro triformi, Ir. Gl. p. 139 n. 105

trédenosta adj(—e— ?) io,iā (trédenus): lasting three days:
ro-ainestar ... aine t. ¤ , PH 346 . tuc áine dredenosta for na
sechtarest[id]ib bui accu, 247 .

trédenus n(—e— ?) o, m. (trí + denus) see Thurn. Gramm.
30 § 385. (a) space of three days: t. ¤ dosom in sepulchro `a
space of three days to Him in sepulchro,'
Wb. 27a14 . hi
cind tredenais, Arch. iii 309.10 . adindet dond esergu iar
tredhi[n]us `tells of the resurrection after three days,' Hib.
Min. 203 . corp Símóin do choimét co cend trédenuis, PH
35 1859 . ailthus Eogan imm esomon trisse (.i. tredenus)
Eogan asks them for a truce of three days, ZCP viii 313.5 .
(b) three days' fast; fast (in general): trédheanas .i.
trosgadh, O'Cl. ro-ordaiged ... t. ¤ do lucht na heclaisi,
PH 7188 . doronadh dércae díáirme, ┐ troisgthi, ┐ tredenais
40leo, BNnÉ 190.10 . a curp arna truailledh le treighinus,
ZCP vi 85.23 . ro troisg fo thrī ... tar ēis a treidenais (trei-
genais, MS.), vii 308.5 . ní bhacfa dh'aon íaradhas | cráobh
Thlachtgha na trédhenus, IGT Decl. ex. 1025 . lé tréidh-
eanas, nó lé trosgadh, TSh. 8267 . an réim se an troisgthe
45┐ an tréidheanais, 8273 . a forchongra for chach a ccoit-
chinne tredhenos ó Chedaoin go Domhnach, FM ii 952.12 .

trederc adj(tre + derc) keen-eyed (?), illustrious (?): trēderc
ard, | ūaissem ūi, | Āugaine ard, | Eochu, Dūi, Ält. Ir.
Dicht. i 29 § 22 (`Dreiauge, Dreigestirn,' Notes).

50 tredluigthe adj(trí + dluigthe) thrice-cleft: in macc hoe t. ¤ gl.
trifidum jacor, Lor. Gild. 213 ( Ir. Gl. p. 141 ).

tredmo xsee tregmad.

trednach adj o, ā (1 tredan) fasting, abstinent: tredhnaig .i.
troiscigh, Thr. Ir. Gl. 129 . macc Telcháin trén t. ¤ (: credlach)
55 Telchán's son, brave, abstinent, Fél. Oct. 21 . Trifoniae don
trednaig | dobert Críst cain cobraid `to the abstinent Try-
phonia fair Christ gave aid
', Oct. 18 . cusin Cáisc truim
trednaig (: credlaich) `the solemn pasch of abstinence,' Ériu
iii 98 § 18 . troiscthech tredenach, ZCP ix 455.19 . troisgech
60treabair treigenach, i 123.16 .

trédnasach adj o, ā (trédenus) abstinent . As subst. of a person:
d'éag déarcach tréadhnasach tuicseach, Ó Bruad. ii 178.14 .

? tredol: n iar saruccadh Ciaráin tre losgadh an Tredoil,
CS 314.18 . Henessy suggests =tredfhoil (trét + foil) `a
65 house for cattle .'

? tredorn n perh. the size of three fists (trí + dorn): fritheóil
lat ... | an ccaoir ttredhoirn tteintidhe, Cath. M.T. 643 .

tredruim n(tre + druim) `through' stem; name of group of
Ogham vowels a o u e i denoted by perpendiculars intersecting
70the guide line or angle of stone (druim): t. ¤ , is ed aicmi ailmi,
Auraic. 989

tredruimnech adj(trí + druimnech) three-ridged: sleg ḟota
thredruimneach, BDD² 968 . sleg thrēn th. ¤ , TBC² 2343 .
diubhraigis é d'fhogha tredhruimneach, Cath. M.T. 1296 .
75 Of a type of Ogam: t. ¤ so `this is three-ridged (Ogham),'
Auraic. 5835.

tredua n(trí + dua) threefold rampart: t. ¤ Neise mathar Chon-
chobair, LL 30c24 . focerd som bedc de aitherruch tarsan
treduae, ZCP iii 260.10 (=tarsan treduai, RC xi 452.19 ).
80 uii tredui immon raith, YBL 418b9 ( Trans. RIA xviii 199 ).
t. ¤ Talten `triple rampart,' Met. Dinds. iv 156.144 . t. ¤ cāin |
Cormaic, ZCP xi 109 § 17 . Cf. Dinn Tradúi .i. Dún Tredúi
.i. trédhue Crimthain, Corm. 29 mogheime. Cf. treduma.

? tredual ind conidh ē sin dirad trīcha[i]t in t. ¤ do Ciarān ┐
85do Dia ┐ di Chāirich, Arch. iii 309.35 .

tredúalach adj(trí+dúal) having three twists, strands (?):
cona secht slabradaib tredúalchaib, BDD² 1271 . Usually
of breastplates thrice-woven, having three strands (?): gabais
a lūirig tigh treabraid trédúalaig ` three-meshed ,' Fianaig.
84.28 . lúirech threbraid t. ¤ ` many-looped ,' TTr.² 999 .
5 lurecha ... tredualacha, Cog. 158.26 . can lurig ... tren-
dualaig (ttrédualaigh, v.l.), 152.9 . tredhualaigh = triplicem,
Aen. 1030.