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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.

1 tréithe n iā, f. (tréith). Vowel of first syll. perh. somet.
short, see Gwynn, Met. Dinds. Gloss. IGT Abstr. Nouns 68.
(a) weakness, cowardliness: asraracht cen treithi tracht
(: sēire), SR 2855 . ól cét cacha cléithi | cen tréithi don
15tríathach `without fail,' Met. Dinds. iii 218.26 . dia n-ebrad
cen t. ¤ the | cléithe tech nÉrend uile, iv 200.7 . ná fionnfaithe
t. ¤ no metacht forra, TFrag. 132.20 . neart ar th. ¤ 's ar loige
(: léithe), Measgra D. 76.12 .
(b) ignorance: gan treithe .i. gan ainéolas, O'Cl. (treith).
20 cen trethi midit súthi `not ignorantly the learned measure,'
Met. Dinds. i 8.34 .

2 tréithe xsee tréide.

tréithech xsee tréidech.

treithirne n(-é- ?) (1 tríath. See ZCP vii 381 ). wild boar:
25 ro soich tretirni tulaigh | re cuanairt con craeb tubaid
(treithirne, v.l.), Acall. 1791 . do lubatar a lethe mar tre-
tirnidh trena ar tulaigh (trethircadh, v.l.), TBC p. 897 n. 1 .
As n. loc.: is aca fós baoi Triath-rí-thorc ó ráidhtear Treith-
eirne Mumhan, Keat. i 218.32 = Triathairne, BB 34b35 .

30 tréitíne n m. (trét) small flock: molt cech trēitíne, Cáin
Ad. 24.

trelad xsee trelam.

trelaega n(trí + laeg) pl. of cattle having had three calves:
tri ba inlaega ar da m-buaib tre laega, Laws i 102.20 Comm.
35 na .xxvíí. indlaegha ar .xvííí. trelaega; na tri ba risna
.uííí. mbuaib deg trelaega conid bo ar fhichit, v 48.2 Comm.
(see p. 49 n. ).

trelam n o, m. IGT Decl. § 17 (71.21) . Cf. pl. trealaighi,
trealaidi, ZCP vi 32.12 , 71.28 . furniture, equipment, gear .
40(a) Of houses: trelum a thighe, Laws v 288.7 Comm.
ni facutar do threlmaib ann acht mad oen stól becc, Todd
Lect. vi 44.8 . treathlamh an tíghe `household stuff,' Eg.
Gl. 2.
(b) Of armour, weapons, engines of war, etc.: dae ard
45as a frém laime luiter, combi t. ¤ tenn `whose root of arm is
exerted so that it becomes a firm weapon of battle
,' Laws iv
350.4 . mani fil a trelom nacha n-innill etir (a chariot),
LU 6382 . dothoṅgusa ... darm th. ¤ , TBFr. 184 . eri ... do
trealmaibh gaiscidh, TBC 2240 . t. ¤ fuaparta, 1090 . trelmha
50diubhraicthi `balistas,' CCath. 1854 . t. ¤ scailte múr, 3640 .
dar trealmaib timtirechtai a anala (i.e. the mouthpiece of
his armour), 4701 . co na ttrealmhaibh diubhraicthi .i.
fidhbhaca co na saighetbolccaibh, FM vi 1978.2 . tréig ...
do trealamh leinbh | ... | sir do chuladh gcaithmhílidh,
55 DDána 97.33 .
(c) Various applications: trelma soersi Joseph `J.'s
implements of trade
,' Todd Lect. vi 44.9 . in hidal cus-na
huli threlmu do-ronait do fén, PH 2083 . curach cona t. ¤ ,
Ériu iii 164.4 . t. ¤ scribind writing materials, LB 225a22 .
60 trealamh do chinn `the tire of thy head,' Ezek. xxiv 17.

trelía n(tri + lia) triple-stone: trelia mothair triple-stone of
obscurity (used as an ordeal to test truth and falsehood),
IT iii 191 § 20 . tre lia mothar, Laws v 470.34 , .i. tri lia do
chur i ndorchataid, lia brec ┐ lia find ┐ lia dub, 472.19 Comm.

65 trelíath adj(tre + liath) very grey: folt garb treliath, Acall.
7600.

trelinech ind(?): co canaid ceol t. ¤ ac indisin na ngnim doroindi
Dia, YBL 85a33 = canait céol n-ainglidi, RC xxiv 379.28 =
ceolu téitbinde, Ériu ii 126 § 90.

70 trell n o period of time, while, interval, turn: (a) cía díb
ropo thúsciu th. ¤ ? `which of them was earlier in date ?'
Met. Dinds. iii 168.9 . tug treall ar thoirrse was sorrowful
for a time
, TTebe 4679 v.l. nach bí ... treall na treimhse
eatorra, TSh. 6647 . hi cind trill, LB 142b6 . a ccionn trill
75'na dhiaigh sin, BNnÉ 80.15 . In cheville: noithech t. ¤
SR 2291.
(b) With de spell, turn of: conos tanic t. ¤ dia céill so that
he recovered his senses for a while
, LU 4029 . is ferr dún trá
t. ¤ dia thoil-seom `to take a spell of his service,' Met. Dinds.
80 iv 112.26 . fuair re ré treall da gach taradh a turn of every
produce
, Rel. Celt. ii 220.23 .
(c) In adverbial phrases: do choistecht fri timna trel
(: forcitel) for a while , SR 4593 . baí t. ¤ i n-aimrite, LU 4294 .
ita ingen is tig t. ¤ now there is ... (?), 3714 . eirg i férmag
85Talten t. ¤ , LL 34b25 . na dindgnai-sa turmim t. ¤ ` presently ,'
Met. Dinds. iii 76.137 . marait sund ria techta t. ¤ `remain
here for a while
,' 232.75 . consói ... | i n-agid t. ¤ na tiprat,
246.60 . ag iarraidh in tire treall | Tairngire, BNnÉ 79.33 .
searc tugc ben ríg T. t. ¤ once , BColm. 88.16 . t. ¤ ac buain
duílesc ... | seal ar a cluid, BCC 436.23 . robtar da fheinnid
5t. ¤ aili, IT iii 238.3 . is e dogenad sid ... iar triull afterwards,
subsequently , RC xx 132.8 (ACC). iar ttrioll, ZCP v 496.12 .
iar trill, PH 6978 . ar trill, CCath. 918 . re t. ¤ for a while ,
RC xvi 141.6 . re treall, BNnÉ 285.7 . dá dtuigthea mar
táid re treall, DDána 68.7 .