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trócairech adj o, ā (trócaire) merciful: at trócaireach fri bochto
in Choimdhedh, Lat. Lives 74.15 . fo toghairm ... an tailginn
... trócairigh, BNnÉ 265.19 . a ridiri uaisli, trocureacha,
ZCP vi 277.20 . fuair sí sin co trocuirech gan tarcaisne on
5tsacart, Études Celt. i 85.4 . ní mairg do bhual fa a breith
dtrócuirigh `happy ... who get a merciful judgment from
her
,' Aithd.D. 72.2 . trē do mōr-grāssoip trōcairecha, Fl.
Earls 138.20 .

trócairige n=trócaire, IGT Abstr. Nouns 110.

10 trócar adj o, ā, also trócair i (tróg + car) IGT Decl. § 116.
(a) merciful: in trocar gl. misericorditer, Ml 51c20 . rop trocar
rí nime dún, Lib. Hymn. 132.2 . tabair dam dilgud mothal, |
arit Fiadu fírthrocar, SR 7800 . dia mba ... trocar fri cach
trog, Arch. iii 315.37 . is t. ¤ , LU 1941 ( FA 1 ). bam t. ¤ ┐
15bam cendais fri bochtaib, PH 6105 . ronbea beatha trocor,
ZCP xxi 290.1 . nir-bo trocair ... Tid do Menetus, TTebe
1027 . t. ¤ thusa, Aithd.D. 97.33 .
(b) In Laws as subst. leniency (cf. trócaire (b)): mad
troccar imorro, is dilsi a cota fen do, Laws iv 202.16 Comm.
20 a tri trocur .i. dilsi in seth ... no dilsi inforbarta colla, no
diablad ngnímruidh, i 280.10 Comm.

trócarda adj(trócar) merciful, pertaining to mercy: iodhbairt
throcardha, Luc. Fid. 310.11 .

troch xsee trú.

25 trocha n[iā,f.] (trú). untimely death, doom: trucha .i. tro-
chughadh .i. gar secle, no gearr shaoghal, O'Cl. is olc a
síanán t. ¤ `his scream of doom sounds ill,' Fianaig. 24.18 .
iar toircsin a t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 408.22 . tuc trucha d'ingin
Roduib, 94.12 . bíaid dom thrucha (leg. trucha ?) trén,
30 LU 9971 . rí crúaid Cnucha, i chath Aichle | fúair trucha ┐
trenaithbe `short life,' MacCarthy 202.4 . leóman ... reithe;
do thruchu torcraide a lion ... which runs to destroy a herd
of boars
, TTr.² 1478 . a meth nō a trucha, mana tarda dó,
BColm. 64.28 . doṡaor an leanb ar t. ¤ , Ériu v 82.37 . tairm
35dar t. ¤ `an imperishable title,' Met. Dinds. iii 466.3 (or pl.
of trú ?). ro tenna[d ?] co t. ¤ thlí | la Cellach, LL 133a6 .
? g s. as attrib.: ba trīan trucha lotar ass a third were
doomed
, Arch. Hib. ii 73 § 46 . i tessaig thrucha, 74 § 63.
airbre ... di anmannuibh trocho, Aisl. Tund. 97.3 .

40 trochamail adj i (trocha) pitiful, wretched, doomed: toitim 'na
torainn truim t. ¤ , Caithr. CC 33.12 . tangadur neoill troma
trochamhla d'ionnsoigidh Con cC., ZCP x 297.14 . go
bḟuair a oighed co trochamhail tupaisdech, ALC ii 294.29 .

trochlaid v ā (cf. trochull, trothal) looses, discharges (a
45weapon) (?): nostrochaill saighit i fidbacc, YBL 127b12 =
nostrochlann saigit asind ḟidbaicc, Otia ii 87.y . ro throch-
lastair A. a ḟidboc ┐ rolá for P. erchor do saegit, TTr.² 1322
(= TTr. 2187 ).
Vn. trochladh: trochladh .i. sgáoileadh no truailleadh;
50trachladh, treachladh, O'Cl. iar trachlad a thrén—marclaig,
Met. Dinds. iii 454.62 . See also trechlad.

trochlaigid v g Also trothlaigid (cf. trochlaid, trochull,
trothal). defiles, profanes; decays: do trochlaigheadh ... |
ardphuirt aireachuis Éireann (trothlaigheadh, v.l.) `Ire-
55land's capitals have been defiled
,' TD 1.5 . le huabhar aird-
ríogh Laighean | múr Teamhra do trochlaigheadh (troth-
laigheadh, v.l.), DDána 105.16 .
Vn. trochlugad, trothlugad: leabtha an toighe ar dtroch-
loghadh (dtrothloghadh, v.l.), DDána 116.10 . ni raibhi ...
60tairrngi gan trothlugad (sic leg.), CF 48 . nár fhágaibh an
ainbhthine ... taisde gan trothlúghadh undamaged (?),
ML 48.15 . an t-anam do throthlughadh, TSh. 1289 . lá
na sábóide do throchlughadh, Neh. xiii 17.
Part. an scél fá ttám troithlidhe ` desolated ,' L.Branach
65 3856 . trochluighe, Eg. Gl. 576.

? trochugad n u, m. Vn. formation from trocha a cutting
off (of life), bringing to an end, curtailing (?): trochughadh
.i. gar secle no gearr shaoghal, gl. trucha, O'Cl. Cf. ba trom
an torchughadh do cuing a ccatha do Nuadhat a lámh do
70béin de `it was a heavy hindrance to the joining of their battle
by Nuadha, that his hand was cut from him
,' glossing a Muigh
Tuiredh truim co ttrucha, Leb. Gab. 174.1 .

? trochull n do gab in talam t. ¤ ` dissolution (?)', Acall. 2414 =
trothall, SG 148.4 . Cf. trochlaid and trothal.

75 ? trodair ind uchán nách seinnim-se soin, | díogha an cheóil,
caoch an t. ¤ (text uncertain), Dánta Gr.² 72.10 . Cf. tru-
dairecht
, trudarsaig, truidéis.

Troe pnsee Troí.

troeth xsee traeth.

80 troethad, troethaid xsee traethad, traethaid.

1 trog n o (a) parturition: at urcoillte don lair iar trogh .i.
is urcoillte ... ia[r] trogh a serraigh uaithi co cenn nomaithe,
O'C. 343 ( H. 3.18, 190b ). anarra leis na lairtecha in tan
is aimsir erma ┐ nach aimsir troigh, O'C. 1738 ( 23 Q 6, 29b ).
85 dine fir thruigh .i. isedh is lais in fer oca troghann in dine a
denum, O'C. 419 ( H. 3.18, 230a ).
(b) offspring: is ē a t. ¤ .i. a clann, Corm. Y 1253 . trogh
.i. clann, O'Cl. trogh .i. clann, ┐ deismirecht air ... for
troghaibh na nuasal, O'C. 1460 ( H. 3.18, 650a ) = for clainn
na már, O'C. 1479 ( H. 3.18, 654 ). See 3 traig and —traige.