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tregat n o, m. Also tregait, tregaid, f. vn. of tregtaid, pain,
suffering ; cholic, pang: teidm tregait `a plague of cholic,'
80 AU i 524.x . idhan .i. treghat, ut est ar is ed is mesa do mac
cuid dogní idna .i. t. ¤ , O'Dav. 1108. dibudh na ndaíne .i.
in tamlacht in tredhuit no in buide cunnull, O'Don. 18
( H. 3. 17, 18 ). dofanic tregatt obund fóchétóir, combú
comochraib báss dó a suden cholic came to him, Trip.²
85 2712 . nī rabae cess ... ná t. ¤ ... fuirri, BColm. 10.10 . cen
tregait cen idain, 12 . treghaid fiadhnach i n-airrthiur
Erenn, RC xvii 345.13 . treghat fithnaisi (.i. draoidhecht)
o dheamhnaibh ind airther Ereann `preternatural (i.e.
magical) sickness was brought on by demons
', FM ii 720.4 .
teidhm treaghaitt i Mumhain, 1074.4 . in' oidhreacht thug
5treighead air Aiax `which brought pain on Ajax,' E. O'Rahilly
xviii 31 . is treighid go héag liom, ii 8 . Cf. ochlán is treigh-
deán i n-éinfheacht, xxvi 158 .
Compd. ¤ daig sharp pain: treghadaigh ac techt tré
glún, IGT Decl. ex. 626.

10 ? treglaise ind gan taidhbhse gan treaghlaise `without vulgar
display
,' Ó Bruad. ii 204.17 .

treglas adj(tre + glas) very grey: huisci (sic leg.) t. ¤ tanuidhe,
Ériu i 39 § 2 . co n-derna tromchiaich treglaiss de in-nélaib
┐ i n-aéraib, TBC 5058 . tonn t. ¤ tren, IT ii1 185.6 .

15 tregmad n u, m. wound: tregmada doimne dileigis `deep
incurable gashes
,' CCath. 6086 . tregmadhae doimne difhu-
laing, 6059 . Cf. treadhmo .i. créchta, O'Cl.

tregmar xsee traig compds.

tregtach adj o, ā (tregat) painful; wounded: marba de tham
20th. ¤ tra, LL 11a35 = ba marbh do thamh treaghdach tra,
BB 35a53 . dia mbīat fir tregtaig thuill, ZCP xii 237.23 .

tregtad n(tregat) g s. threaghdaidh, TSh. 2142 , IGT Verbs
§ 71. (a) act of piercing, transfixing, wounding: ar tregdad
a chridi, TBC 1293 . bar tollad ┐ bar trégdad, 6150 . is
25moidi a ngal sin a cuirp do treghdadh, CCath. 2500 . imnár
lais a corp, tretholl iarna treaghdad, Lism.L. 2962 . do
treághdadh mo chuirp, MR 310.8 . na cailleach 'ga tregh-
dagh ┐ 'ga thaebledragh `piercing and hacking at him,'
Ériu iii 166.23 . gan mo threighdedh go mór, RC xxix 132.14 .
30 do taeb-so arna tregdad dosan, TTebe 4398 . ar dergad don
oil a n-úir | do thúir soin tregdadh a tháeib, IGT Decl.
ex. 673 . agá dtreaghdadh ┐ agá dtrom-ghoin, TSh. 1965 .
? secht treghdtai míled ... isin arm seven piercings of warriors
(of a sword), Acall. 1990 v.l.
35(b) act of measuring diametrically, diameter: toin i treg-
dad talma[n] (sic leg.), BB 14a34 . tri mili staidi ar ceitri
toine deg ised tregdad nim[e], 36 .
(c) Gramm. the case used with the prep. tre, `perforative'
case: ni bia in tregdad cen aitreib ... conid tregdad o
40thuind co tuind teachtas `the perforative will not exist without
the locative ... so that it is the perforative which holds from
end to end
,' Auraic. 1724 . tre fer a thregdad uathaid. tre
feraib (no tre firu) a thregdad ilair, 1780 .

tregtae adj io, iā part. of tregtaid. pierced, wounded: ra chon-
45naic-sium Coinculaind and caíntech crechtach treachta,
TBC 4651 . ogam tregdae, Auraic. 6090 . cur-ua taobhtholl
treghdai an toebh co 'raill `with a hole in his side and tran-
spierced from one side to another
,' TTebe 3824 . Cf. as subst.,
inna tragdai nó inna ngoite gl. fossorum `of the pierced ones.
50or of the wounded ones
,' Ml 77a19 (for tragdaide, Ped. ii
536 ).

tregtaid O. Ir. tris-gata, later treated as simple verb, see
Ped. ii 301 , 536 , O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 168 f. pierces, trans-
fixes, wounds: trisgataim gl. foro, Sg. 54a1 . trecatim,
55 Thes. ii 42.21 . trisnagatat gl. configere, Ml 75b9 . drisrogat
gl. confodit, 86a6 . is in deniu aibritid tresngata na huile
dúile súas coricci riched `traverses quicker than a wink of the
eye all the elements up to heaven
,' Mon. Tall. 162.37 . is de
ata tresgata .i. t. ¤ mac dligedh .i. naidm, O'C. 56 ( H. 3.18,
60 20 ). is fodb trescada cách an instrument which pierces
everyone
(of a warrior), TBC 5290 . fer fororggaib forggab
for a chomlonn co tregda in fer tria scíath, Críth Gabl. 555 .
ro-treaghdsat na piasta in dara choduil inichtaracha `pierced
through one of the two lower hides
,' RC xiv 54.17 . amal
65tregdas anmain duine fōebur trīa corp, is amlaid tregdas
rinn na fergai in anmain, ZCP iii 26.27 . nostregtais conart
chalma `a bold pack of hounds used to rend it,' Met. Dinds.
iii 304.19 . co ro thregda a chridi na chliab, TBC 2307 .
ratregdastar mar thregdas fodb omnaid he has pierced thee
70as an axe pierces an oak
, 3790 . rod threaghdadabh amail
a treghdas rodhb omna, p. 881 n. 1 . nom thregtaifet benna
na n-aigi, 1342 . co treghdfad in tsleg trithi hī, Fianaig.
66.12 . ro treaghd mo chorp an gháoth ghlan, Buile S.
118.22 . co rotregdastair a craideada, TTebe 2782 . teidhm
75as tinne do threaghd mé, DDána 73.45 . beag thrá nár
threaghd mo chroidhe, Measgra D. 50.9 . treaghdaidh mo
chroidhe fearg do chur ort, Parrth. Anma 384.1 . gor'
treigh lia a erball iád (brisidh, v.l.), Aisl. Tund. 109.18 .
Vn. tregat, tregtad, part. tregtae.

80 tregtaigthe adj io, iā part. formation from tregtaid pierced,
wounded: ind ḟir tregdaigthi crēchtaigthi, TBC² 2961 .
nīcon robāi ina charpat ... acht rind simni nād bad treg-
daithi, 2983 . gur bo treagdaighthi na h-inne uile, MR 286.2 .
comma tregdaithi toitmithi, TTebe 2868 . Cf. is tregdaigthi
85in gaeth `the wind is piercing,' Hib. Min. 66.8 . See tregtae.

tréicen xsee trécud.