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tretholl adj(tre + toll) pierced: in tan asat t. ¤ —sa, TBC² 3632 .
techfetsa remut-su inbaid bus chrechtach crólinnech t. ¤
tú bar cath na Tána, TBC 2879 . robo truag torrsech t. ¤ ...
80Fir Bolg an aidche sin, Ériu viii 56.5 . conách dechaid
éladach betha uada díb ceinmothā ēntriar tre tholl crecht-
naigthe, ZCP xiii 207.5 . comtar tretholla táib trenḟer,
TTr. 1715 . a corp t. ¤ ... iarna tholladh do dhaeluibh, Lism.L.
2962 . gurbho h-oirbedha tretholla ... na troim-sgēith,
85 ML² 1818 . sé t. ¤ treghdighthe, Hugh Roe 226.18 . isin
charraic threthuill ` hollow ,' Met. Dinds. iv 218.11 .
In phrase tír t. ¤ graveyard: tir t. ¤ .i. relec, RC xx 270.13
( ACC 93 ). tir treatholl (sic leg.), Lism.L. p. 317.16 . tír
tré tholl .i. reileacc, O'Cl.

trethollaid v(tretholl) pierces: cid rotreththoll do troichthi ?
5`what has pierced thy feet ?' TTebe 113 .

tréthond n(trí + tond). In gloss: ar threthan .i. ar t. ¤ quia
ferunt periti conid hi in tress tonn bades naues , Thes. ii
352.35 .

? trethur n kind of spear (?): t. ¤ di ór aíblech ara ur sceo bil
10banbruth, BDD² 1038 =tréthúr, LU 7418.

tretsillabach adj(trí + sillab) trisyllabic: tretsillaebach, Auraic.
3865 . trethsillabach ín tairchetal, IT iii 105.7 .

trétúir n[m.] (Engl. loanwd.) traitor: muinntearas do
dhéanamh ré tréatúir, TSh. 3496 . t. ¤ do ghairm dhe, FM
15 v 1548.4 . iar ngairm trétúra de lá gallaibh, 1498.5 . na
dronga sin ... do beith ina ttretuiribh, vi 1940.4 .

trétúirecht n[ā, f.] (trétúir) treachery, treason: i ndiaidh a
n-athar do thuitim i dtréatúireacht, TSh. 3322 . tréatúi-
reacht do chur air `a charge of treason,' Keat. iii 5672 . i
20ccoirthibh tretúrachta, FM v 1752.14 . o rinneabhairsi
trétuireacht a naghaidh an Tíghearna, Jos. xxii 18 . an
chliar tar tiomna ag tuitim i dtréatúireacht, Ó Bruad. ii 4.4 .

trétúrach n o, m. (trétúir) traitor: ar tuicsin na mailisi ona
treturachaibh drochamunturacha, Fier. 20 . is ecoir doronais
25sidh risin da treturach is fallsa ... ata annsa doman, ZCP
vi 49.34 . rogoir se treturaigh fhallsa fingalach din, 41.7 .
adubhradar ba treturach ... é, St. Ercuil 2142.

trétúrda n(trétúir): dia chomhdha go trétúrdha don tor
`as a traitor ,' FM vi 2258.x .

30 tre-uill xsee tre-oll.

tre-uillech adj o, ā (trí + uilen) three-cornered, triangular: in
macc hoe treuillech (gl. trifidum jacor) `three cornered liver,'
Lor. Gild. no. 213 . o Espain tre-ullig aniar, PH 569 . locta
na hEspaine treuillige iar n-iarthar, CCath. 4378 . A
35toghaide, tre-uillech `excellent, triangular A', MR 92.11 .
fo cosmailius in dossan tre-uillig bis isin caill, Laws v 28.2
Comm. , in dosain tre-duilligh bis 'sin caillid .i. da duillind
in cet bliadhain ┐ a ceathra in tanaisti; no tre-uillech do
radh ris .i. tochus na da grad roime aigi ┐ a graidh bodein,
40 ib. n. 1 .

tre-uillenach adj o, ā=tre-uillech: tré uill i. tré uilleanach,
no trí huilleanna, O'Cl. mulloca ocus sithla treuillendacha
`bowls and three-cornered cups,' Laws iii 152.6 Comm.

tre-uilngid xsee trefhuilngid.

45 trí num. adj. three . Usually spelt tri in the O. Ir. Glosses,
but trí when absolute (see Thurn. Gramm. § 386 ). Archaic
tre (Camb., etc.). Like does not prevent nasalisation of
a following noun after pl. poss.: a tri nglantae their three
cleanings
, Corm. Bodl. 38.13 . See Ériu xi 148.9 .
50 I Attributive uses.
(a) Inflexion in O. Ir. Masc. nom. tri tuisil, Sg. 148b8 .
tri tuimthea, Thes. i 495.5 . trí mís deacc, ii 33.18 . trí
séoit, Críth Gabl. 119 . acc. tri fichtea bliadne `for three score
years
,' Thes. ii 238.17 . na tri turcu, 293.4 . tri maccu,
55 303.2 . gen. delb tri tuisel, Sg. 148b8 . athair trī cethrur,
Thes. ii 300.7 . Archaic: rath tre gním[e], Bürgschaft 28 §
76 a . dat. dia trib nōnbaruib, Corm. Y 1018 ( Anecd. iv
88.8 ). trib asaib, Críth Gabl. 75 . co trib hettib, SR 2132 .
Fem. nom. inna teoir ranna sa, Sg. 26b13 . teüir oenaidchi,
60 Thes. ii 291.6 . teuir cleithna, 292.12 . teoir baí (teora,
v.l.), Críth Gabl. 383 . teoir fodlai, 446 . teor buidne, Arch.
iii 18.23 =téora buidne, Trip.² 769 . teor (leg. teora ?)
menadcha, Mon. Tall. 158.1 . na teora persana, Wb 9c30 .
teora tonna, 27a14 . teora huara, Ml 95d8 . teora ceth-
65ramdin huare, Bcr. 25c1 . teora bliadni, 32b6 . na teora
litre so, Sg. 10a12 . teora greca, 148b12 . teora cnoe, Thes.
ii 249.7 . teora mucca, 250.15 . ? teōra ingne, Arch. iii
297 § 48. acc. teora lethindli, Thes. ii 239 6 . hi teora brí-
athra, Críth Gabl. 40 . teora biadi, Mon. Tall. 129.8 . tar
70teora sealba, Laws iv 136.19 . teor (leg. teora ?) erca, ZCP iii
46 § 34. gen. inna teora liter, Sg. 7b9 . inna teora ṅguttae,
40b8 . rí teora túath, Críth Gabl. 459 . dat. donaib teoraib
personaib, Sg. 186a2 . dinaib teoraib trebaibsea, BDD² 108 .
Neut. nom. and acc. (leniting): tri anman, Wb 12a6 , 16a18 .
75 na tri recte, 29a16 . inna tri anman hisiu, Ml 121c16 . tri gné,
Bcr. 33a8 . na tri noiláithe, Sg. 116b1 . tri lida `three Lida,'
Thes. ii 34.32 . ni cen tri chet `not without three hundred,'
291.12 . tresna thri grad, Hib. Min. 446 . trí thráth, ScM.²
12 . Archaic: tre chenélae, Thes. ii 246.27 (Camb.). tre
80chenéle, 247.21 . tre chenél, 247.16 . ? tre blaī, ZCP xi
93 § 28. na trē nói n-ithe `the thrice nine eatings,' Aisl.
MC 75.18 . trē fretiuch, ZCP iii 453.23 . Hence leniting in
Mod. Ir. when folld. by sg. noun: na trí chonnsuine dhég,
IGT Introd. 1.14 . See § 18 .
85(b) In Mid. and Mod. Ir. trí and teora are used irrespec-
tive of gender. teora with neut.: teora búada, BDD² 115 .
téora anmi, LU 3256 . teora thráth, DDána 30.19 . Less
frequ. with masc.: teora catha, CRR 38.11 . trí with fem. :
co trib delbaib, SR 4276 . tri leca, LU 2053 . Confusion is
common in the phrase trí lá ┐ teora aidchi (correctly Sc.M²
5 4 , Arch. iii 5.21 , ZCP xiv 356.3 , etc.): co cend teora laa ┐
t[e]ora [n]-aidche, TBC 2494 . seoladh teora lá ┐ teora
aidhche, Ériu iii 158 § 12 . udi tri lá ┐ tri n-aidche, LU
8137 ( FB 10 ). ri hed na tri láá ┐ na trí n-aidche, TBC 2506.
(c) In Mod. Ir. the usual form passim is trí: na trí báis
10úd, TSh. 984 . trí sleagha, PBocht 20.10 . lá seanaidh na
dtrí dteaghlach, 25.34 . See end of (a) supra.
(d) In compd. numerals: trí traigid .x. thirteen feet,
Críth Gabl. 103 . luid tri firu déc he went with thirteen men,
BColm. 66.13 . Multiplying follg. num.: an oen ar fichit
15it tri secht són, Ml 2d2 . tír trí .vii. cumal, Críth Gabl. 172 .
tri fichit fer, Thes. ii 242.2 . co trib cétaib, SR 6454 . na tri
coicait duan, p. 114 (prose). do trib cethorchait aidchi
`thrice forty nights,' Mon. Tall. 136.7 . trī chét bliadan,
ScM.² 5 . dochumlaisom ass ... tríb nónbaraib, TBFr. 367 .
20 trī chōic bliadna Arch. Hib. ii 94 § 30.
II Absolute uses.
(a) With prec. a: óin a ssessed dáu a trian a trí a lleth
á sé `three its half,' Thes. ii 31.27 . a tri dib three of them,
Hib. Min. 248 . bíit a trí ocá díunuch, Críth Gabl. 309 .
25 da fhiadain no a tri indruca, PH 3375 . dá uair nó a thrí,
DDána 82.25 . húaire dofoxla ilgíallu, a dáu no a trí nó [a]
cethair, Críth Gabl. 460 . cis lir congellait for treisi? ... a
tri, Laws i 230.4 . ca meid caithe fil a comicheas ?—a
teora, iv 138.22 . With follg. rel. clause: ataat dano a tri
30aili todacrat do ríg, Críth Gabl. 527 . aatat a tri noda icat,
Laws i 50.28 .
(b) In adverbial phrases. (co) fo thrí thrice: fomlámas
bádud fo thrí, Wb 17d4 . fu thrí, Thes. ii 242.15 . co fo
thrí, Críth Gabl. 292 . fo thrí, SR 7723 . co fá thrí, LU
35 10767 . co bo thrí, RC viii 60.3 . i trí in three: co mmebaid
hi trí, Thes. ii 346.5 . in lá do raind i trí, TBC 869.
III As substantive.
(a) is lour da preceptoir i n-aeclis no thríi, Wb 13a9 .
arna trí remeperthise, Ml 65a11 (attrib. ?). a noi frisna tri
40`nine in addition to the three,' Sg. 197b6 . ní gnáth
chomsuidigud i n-ainmnidib pronomen acht inna trí dombeir
som, 201a5 .
(b) teóra as masc. noun folld. by gen. triad. IGT Decl.
§ 2 (39.27) . a chú ara tád teóra búadh, ex. 792 . cia don
45teora crann-sa an chroch, Dán Dé iii 27 . teóra ceardcha,
Ir. Review 1913, 594 § 4 . Cf. teora póc, CRR 12.15 .
(c) trí m. the three at dice , IGT Decl. § 108 (?), § 112 .
In compds. tri— (see tréimse), trí— (Mod. See trí—aon),
tre-, tré—, see separate articles. Note also tregort crann,
50 trecrann cú, trecú marc, etc., ZCP v 184.y - z .