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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 .

10 ? trelma ind mairt a mag Tuired t. ¤ | do Balar nír cuairt comgha,
Book of Uí Maine 174 (115) va 9 .

trelmach adj o, ā (trelam) equipped, armed: mór n-ergal, mór
n-erbach n-úag | mor tor t. ¤ fri imluad, SR 4674 . ni frith
dib tuath t. ¤ , trén, 4759 . in caur márth. ¤ , LU 6949 = BDD²
15 514 . fían a theglaig trelmaig tréin `the warrior band of
his warlike powerful retinue
,' Met. Dinds. ii 38.34 . aness
om thir t. ¤ tenn, RC xx 54.6 . trúag romthearbadh sunn |
rem ṡlúagh trealmach trom, Buile S. 26.6 .

trelmaid v ā (trelam) arms, equips: roghabh a edegh ┐
20rotrealaim a arma, TTebe 58 . rotrellaim tachar a luingi,
2045 . Vn. ní tráth lucht fala do threalamhadh am an
áigh `war time is not the right time for the arming of men
full of spite
,' O'Bruad. iii 118.15.

trelmaide adj io, iā (trelam) equipped, armed: ic tindscna
25tapaid co trealmhaighi `vigorously preparing for valour,'
MR 318.27 .

trelmaidecht n ā, f. (trelmaide) state of being armed, equipped;
equipment, arms: fer sotal ... gan tapad, gan t. ¤ re tam-
nellaib in techid `without vigour, without attire by the faintness
30of the flight
,' MR 318.20 . do thestugad a thosaig fa thige
ocus fa trealmaigecht `to examine whether the van was in
thick array and well accoutred
', 142.9 .

trelurgach adj(trí + lorg) three-stemmed, name of a type of
Ogam: t. ¤ Find, Auraic. 5836.

35 trem- (tre) intensifying prefix very (somet. also with orig.
sense of prep. tre): ¤ ait: ba t. ¤ tarcaisnech an feogad do
bertsat ... for a mbidbadaib `joyful and scornful,' CCath.
2840. ¤ —amairesach very faithless: t. ¤ gl. perfido, Ml 48a16 .
inna tremamireschu gl. perfidos, 49a22 . ¤ bith eternity:
40 ríi trembethe gl. regi autem saecuiorum, Wb 28a15 . ¤ dírge
great directness: im-rulaid remi Cú Chulainn i tremdírgi na
sliged `by the most direct road,' MU² 53 . ¤ fhuirechair very
careful: fégad cech aen uaib co t. ¤ , PH 4665 . fhégas col-
léir ┐ co tremfurachair sét ... na sualach, 4672 . ¤ glicce
45 great ingenuity: hua thremglicci gl. peruicacia, Ml
141c4 .

1 tremanta n a beverage made of milk, perh. curds and whey:
dar trethna tremunta (` broth '), Aisl. MC 85.17 . ōs brú
thopair thremantai (`over a lard-spring's. brink'), 37.28 .
50 co t. ¤ treisc, 127.25 . na caitter uachtur baindi d'aithli in
tshuiper na treamhanta óir is dúintech righin iat `curds
and whey
,' Reg. San. 28.17 . treabhantar `a syllabub, sour
milk ,' P. O'C.

2 tremanta adj powerful (?): do bi se fein tenn t. ¤ ┐ a fhine
55fein uile umal dó `strong and powerful,' L. Chl. Suibhne
50.21 .

tremdid n(see Ped. i 23 ) the next day: in t. ¤ gl. postridie,
Sg. 66a18 .

tremi-beir v transfers (of the applications of words): tremi-
60berar di suidiu conid ainm dun chrunn `it is transferred
from that so that it is a name for the tree
', Wb 8a5 . trimiberar
ho gnímaib donaib briathraib, Ml 31b22 . cenelae ciuil inso ┐
trimirucad di suidiu `this was a kind of music and hence
it was transferred
,' 2b17 .

65 tremi-dírgedar v refers: is do assaraib int sainriud trímedir-
gedar, Ml 54a22 . is hinonn persan dia tremdírgedar uerbum
participium , Sg. 190a5 . ara laighed tremdhírges cugainn
`because it appertains but little to us,' TFrag. 194.16 . directs,
points the way: is andsin trémdíriges dochum nime `it
70leads him towards heaven
,' Todd Lect. vi 18.5 . Bend Tropail
... o shirtib móra fo dess | cus sin n-Ethioip tremdirges,
LL 136a5 ( PRIA xvi 240 ).

tremi-etha v penetrates: triath trom tremaetha | Erind
tuath o thuind co tuind `a mighty king who penetrates
75Erinn's lands from wave to wave
,' Laws iv 344.18 Comm.
trīath .i. rīg treime ethae īathae, Corm. Y 1198 =tremi-
etha, Corm. Bodl. 44 . ? forcetal ... tremdéa tar muir anall
=doctrina ... trans maria aduectum, Trip.² 331.
Gerund. as tremedti gl. penetrandum, Ml 127b11 . in
80inillius nemthremeta nó nemthroeta gl. impenetrabilis tutela,
Lor. Gild. no. 66.

tremi-feidligedar v endures, remains permanently: ní trem-
feidliget immurgu issa suthin `do not endure for ever,' Ml
21d4 . ní treimfeidligfet gl. neque permanebunt, 5 . Vn. is
85 tremfeidligud suthin inchosig permaneo `for permaneo
indicates lasting endurance
,' 4 .