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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.

2 treise n[iā,f.] (trí) triduum, period of three days: t. ¤ dia
10tanaisib `three days for the next to them,' Laws i 78.13 . treisi
do rig, t. ¤ uathaid do hic amus ... t. ¤ dec do tar crich `three for
the king, three days to the same for levying ... thirteen days for
him to go across a territory
,' 16 . treisi imceimnígthi `three
days of grace
,' 116.6 Comm. , see ZCP xv 268 . dairt cacha t. ¤
15ann co teora t. ¤ , O'Don. 2268 ( Rawl. B 506, 22 ). dia t. ¤ at the
end of three days
, Críth Gabl. 84 . co cend trisse `before the
end of three days
,' Im. Brain 46.15 . airúacra treisi nó cóicthi
`an invitation ... for three days or five,' Hib. Min. 66.6 .
berair breuth di maigin no ar tressiu (treisi, v.l.), Anecd. iii
2023.21 . aspert in file fris, nī sluindfed dóu co cenn cōicat
laithiu ┐ a treissi fair, ZCP xiii 372.16 (= co cend cōicat
laithi ┐ a trī, iii 458.26 ). saire tresi tra résin trédan ┐ ina
diaid `an exemption of three days,' RC xii 432 § 30.

treisecht n ā, f. (1 treise) IGT Abstr. Nouns 104 . strength,
25 power: na trenligh nirt .i. cia ro beth in tren air ina lighi
ara tresecht, O'C. 428 ( H. 3.18, 233a ). lé tresecht ┐ lé
sanntaighi ro cingset so strongly ... did they go, CCath. 2572 .
t. ¤ na trengaithi, 4616 . ar med a milead ┐ ar tresecht a
trenfear, BB 243b7 . robris Ercail a ramha ar treseacht an
30imruma, 414a25 . don cholainn tugas treiseacht `I have
let my body rule
,' Dán Dé xi 2 . beag do threiseacht tocht
tar muir, DDána 50.23 .

treisinéir n(Engl. loanwd.) treasurer: F. ... do thabhairt
Saxanach ┐ an treisineir leis, FM v 1460.3 . iar ttarraing
35an treisiner Shaxanaigh, 1472.3 . Sir Eduard Phitun
tresener décc, 1712.3 = Treisiréir na hErenn, ALC ii 428.16 .
do bhí na threisenéir a dteampoll Phádruic, New Test.
Pref. 7.

treisiugad n(1 treise) IGT Verbs § 106 (245.10) . Gramm.
40 the prefixing of `t' to vowels after the definite article: tinne
re treisioghadh, .n. re huirrdhioghadh, .h. re lomadh, IGT
Introd. 8.17 .

treisset n(1 treise) strength, might: ri t. ¤ inn imrama, TTr. 199 .
t. ¤ a threnfher, 759 . raétlá a treiset assa thrénlámaib, 2056 .

45 treissid v(1 treise ?) violates, disturbs (?): rothreissetar a
throscud (rothrecsetar, v.l.) `they violated his fast,' Met.
Dinds. iv 48.69 .

treit xsee trait.

treitelda adj io, iā (treitell) warlike, brave: fear tailc tarbhdha
50treatalth (treitealda, v.l.), CRR² 68.5 .

treitell n o, m. (a) pet, favourite: tretell .i. in branaighi nó
in marcach no in fidchellaighi nó in mac righ, ut est amail
adeir senchas tretell teglaig, cuimtiu flatha .i. in fer graidh
no a dalta adhaltrasa `tretell, i.e. the chessplayer, or the
55horseman, or the draughtplayer, or the king's son, as saith
the Senchas; `the pet of the household, the ... of the lord,'
i.e. the man of rank or his fosterling of adultery
,' O'Dav. 926.
tretell .i. mesan, ut est cach tretell dorenar fo dire a milcon
`tretell, i.e. a pet dog, ut est `every pet is paid for according
60to the fine of his hunting hound
,' ' 1599 . Cf. drettell .i. peta,
701 . dretoll tegluigh `household pet,' Ériu xii 42 § 54 . cain
in tretel doḟórgaib | co trib hettib forórdaib (the seraphim),
SR 2131 . bíd tretel cach dagthíre `he will be the darling
of every goodly land
,' Im. Brain 25.14 . tretell Dē dīlgidaig,
65 Arch. iii 217.17 . gabthu mac a rrīg do haltrom ... co mbo
tretell hÉirenn, ZCP viii 312.20 (or in meaning (b) ?).
(b) warrior: atchualaigsi ... in treittell ṅdegdána `the
knight of good lore
,' TTr. 1016 . tri treitill thairbecha, 619 .
da threittell Ulad imma ríg, TBC 5378 . Conmael treitel,
70 Cog. 152.21 . ro marbsat treoin ocus treitill, 42.10 . tretill
thrén nertmhar d'fhearaibh Éreann, ITS v 170.3 . tóisigh
┐ treitill, láithgaile ┐ gaisccidh, FM vi 2062.1 .
Compd. ¤ tachrach bravely-fighting: cu acgarb ... t.,
TTebe 600 . See dreitell, macdreitell.

75 tréith adj i (a) weak, cowardly: t'ḟergtreith timaircthech, LU.
3899 ( SC 41 ). asbert Iob, ba scél treith, SR 6925 (1 tríath ?).
a hathair, nír th. ¤ 'ca thig (: Léith) `not without might in his
home
,' Met. Dinds. iv 126.49 . cid Midir, nír th. ¤ iar tain
`no sluggard thereafter,' iii 352.61 . aingel nach clé conn |
80daingean nach treith tolg, KMMisc. 257.5 . co mbīa tūath
nach trēith | fot scēith ar do scāth, BColm. 16.25 . Daimhin,
nar treth a ttachar `Daimin, who was not weak in the fray,'
BNnÉ 199.18 . traeth .i. treith a ed no a odh fri fedhadh
mascail ┐ femin `weak its extent or its music in comparison
85with masculine and feminine
' (i.e. the neuter), Auraic. 1475 .
t. ¤ i dteagmháil `a laggard in encounter,' O'Gr. Cat. 532.10.
bheith t. ¤ oirmheathta rem ucht, DDána 108.10 . ní hion-
gnadh an cholann do bheith crom nó t. ¤ ré méid a duaidh,
TSh. 2964 . an dá Lughaidh nár th. ¤ bann, Content. v 170 .
Superl. tréithe: lámh thréan as t. ¤ le fann, DDána 102.41 .
5 treith .i. tim, Lec. Gl. 466.
(b) ignorant: treith .i. ainéolach, O'Cl.
Compds.: ¤ fher coward, weakling: atib troig treithfir
fond ríg (: bréthir), SR 7986 . ¤ fhinnmaeth: go Teamhraigh
dtréithfhionnmhaoith, DDána 83.9 .
10See 5 tríath.