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tréidech, tréithech adj o, ā (tréide II) accomplished, having
good qualities: fer treidhech, cogusach, AU iii 170.3 . fer
tuigsech, treidhech ealadhnach, 412.3 . scoluidhe tréitheach,
Flower Cat. 574.44 . e treighech degthabhartha súas `accom-
plished and well-educated
,' Rel. Celt ii 206.26 . 's an mhaigh-
5dean fa tréidheach treoir `the maid perfect in conduct,'
PBocht 11A.16 . do rinneadar mórán inghean neithe tréi-
theacha, Prov. xxxi 29 . Superl. an fear fa treidhighe a
laidin ┐ a mbéurla, ALC ii 194.2 . macamh ... ro pa threi-
ghidhe ... a treighibh tuatta, AU iii 456.21 .

10 treigenach adjsee trednach.

tréimse n iā, f. (trí + mí). Also tr(e)imse, cf. the rhyming exx.
cited TD ii p. 192 . See Thurn. Gramm. § 385.
(a) period of three months, quarter: treimsi fri bliadain
a year and a quarter, Laws iii 534.23 Comm. in cach treimsi
15do ceithrib raithuib na bliadna, iv 348.21 . an cetharlebar
sosceli do aurlegund ... co cend bliadnae lebar cachae
tremsi, Mon. Tall. 138.3 . ollaighe boi at urbruinde tremsi
co ba tri (the Virgin Mary), Ériu i 122.26 . fodhailter in
aimsear ... a mis i treimsi, MR 108.5 .
20(b) period of time in general: trimsi uel scenopigia gl.
tempora, Wb 19d15 . bá-sa iarsin tremsi moir | i comaimsir
P., Ériu iv 156.1 . ri hed imcian ┐ ri tremsi fatai, TTr. 2027 .
ri tremsi na teora coícthiges, CRR 2.4 . re tréimhsi chian,
Acall. 76 . a cinn treimhsi (: reimhsi), IGT Decl. ex. 1371 .
25 re treimhse bhfada, DDána 68.16 . do chaith treimhse i
ndeilbh dhragúin, TD 1.21 . nach bí ... treall ná treimhse
eatorra, TSh. 6648.

tréine n iā, f. (trén) strength: ba tolcc treni `it was a feat of
power
,' Leb. Gab. 158.1 . lodar uaindi ... co trene, Todd
30Nenn. 146.5 . buaidh t. ¤ ┐ treisi, BNnÉ 257.25 . go mbíodh do
threise ┐ do th. ¤ i bhfíorghrádh an fhíréin do Dhia, TSh. 8949 .
As gramm. abstract of trén: dá th. ¤ bhíos an duine, 5348 .
re tigerna da treine however strong, Maund. 49 . See 1 treise.

treinech adj o, ā (trí) In Mod. Ir. trénach. threefold, tripartite:
35 cuir treineacha `ternal covenants,' Laws iv 54.13 . cuir
treneich .i. trinech .i. tri cuir fair, O'C. 860 ( H. 3.18, 388b ).
techta fuillema gill aine trenege la Feine `the lawful interests
of a cup `trenege' with the Feini
,' Laws v 410.21 . aine
treinighi .i. sithla tre-beannaighe `of a three-fold cup, i.e.
40of a three-pointed pail
,' O'Dav. 150. trerann .i. roinn trenach,
Leb. Gab. 160.9 . na seoide do roinn tréanach eatorra
`that the valuables be divided into three equal parts,' Keat.
ii 838 . dó roinntí an tír tréanach eatorra, 843 . Cf. tríanach.

treinigid, trenaigid v g (treinech) lit. makes threefold, divides
45into three. Exact technical meaning in Laws not estab-
lished; the glosses indicate the meaning appropriates,
takes possession of: cisne a tri imma trenaigedh ar cach
athgabhail inableoguin? `what are the three things by which
the distress from the kinsman is made threefold
?' Laws i
50264.20 . cad iat na tri arnuile emtrenuigther don cach
is imbleoghuin, 288.5 Comm. Vn. cret ar a fuil in treiniu-
gadh so ? `of what is there this triple division made ?' iii
152.9 Comm. lortudh aidche do crinach cach fid, gen treniu-
gud, v 482.25 , .i. cen teclamadh trit .i. cen arac, 484.11
55Comm. cach fid cen treiniugad, 484.2 . .i. cen techtugad
.i. crinaid trit .i. ni bi gabail fair, 27 Comm.

treinse n(Engl. loanwd.) trench: na treinnsighe talman, Fl.
Earls 30.20 . díocc dhaingen díthoghlaighi do threinnsi
trén láidir, FM vi 2310.2 . tri puirrt do trinsidhibh talmhan,
60 2192.2 . a naice na gcrann, a dteannta trínse, ZCP v 206.3 .
an aicme bhi a d-trínse cré 'gus fód, Mun. Poets² 202.9
The follg. may be from a nom. trinsech: do righneadh
trinsigh i dtimchioll a' chaislein, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 16.3 .
trinnsigh, 25.22 .

65 ? tréis n perh. guile, treachery: bag cen treis (: Dominationés),
SR 667 . (: aisnéis), 7247 . co torchair in chéis chalad, |
nirbo th. ¤ in timscarad, Met. Dinds. iii 438.20 . Cf. trés ?
trís ?

1 treise n iā, f. (trén) IGT Abstr. Nouns 104 . strength, vigour,
70 power: mad ro treisi in uisci imurro `if it be the too great
force of the water
,' Laws iii 282.y Comm. do Dauíd cen
tressi tra | sluinnit seissi senchassa, SR 6637 . ní mair
díb i tresse treb | acht messe ..., `none is left in their strong
habitations but myself
,' Met. Dinds. iv 28.35 . a treisse ros-
75timgaire `its might summoned them,' 320.18 . tlacht ┐ tressi
┐ timsugud, TTr. 1566 . trici ┐ treisi ... beimenn na claidem,
CCath. 5863 . gia ro bói da threisi ┐ da tharpigi ro búail
Fergus a sciath, TBC 5987 . is é tressi in n-anfaid ra-érig
doib `such was the strength of the storm that rose for them,'
80 CRR 14.z . marcc ... | do cur a ttreisi ar gach ród `to be
set in strength on every road
,' BNnÉ 249.11 . robói ... do
thressi mo chodultai `such was the soundness of my slumber,'
Aisl. MC 71.10 . ua hi tresi ... na-imtiged-som inn oidchi,
TTebe 310 . lucht a déanmha i dt. ¤ id thoigh, DDána 101.12 .
85 ag faisnéis na t. ¤ atá i ngrádh Dé, TSh. 8945.
In phrase gaibid t. ¤ (ar) takes control (of), oppresses: ro
gabh treisi ar fonn Úa f-Fiachrach he took possession of
the land of the Uí Fhiachrach
, Anecd. iii 7.6 . do gheall gu
ngébhadh Dáibíth | tresi ar orrlár Fhear Muigi, Ériu iv 228.3 .
gabh t. ¤ mo thoile `control my will,' Dán Dé xii 11 . mar do
5ghabh Pharao t. ¤ ar Chloinn Israel, TSh. 9767 . tharla
d'Éarnaibh ... t. ¤ do ghabháil ... ar shíol Éibhir `had gained
supremacy
,' Keat. ii 4068 . gach t. ¤ dár ghabh Tuathal,
Content. v 162.