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2 trúaillech adj o, ā (cf. trúailnid) base: gurab luaithe do mhuir-
feadh é féin nó a thoirbheora[dh] é comh truaileach sin
(a town), Cín Lae Ó Meall. 34.19 .

trúaillecht n(cf. trúailnid) corruption: trúailleacht, Eg. Gl.
461.

5 trúaillidecht n[ā, f.] (trúailnide) corruption, defilement: ar
thruaillidheacht na colna, Desid. 547.

trúailligid v g (trúailnid) corrupts, defiles, putrefies: truail-
lighidh beagán laibhín an taoisleadh uile =modicum fer-
mentum totam massam corrumpit, TSh. 8918 . an neimh do
10ghabh Ádhamh ... do thruailligh é féin, 3298 . gur do dhíth
grinn-bhreathnuighthe do truaighlíghthear na beusa, Donl.
462.9 . Intrans. do thruaighlidh hailne, RC xxiii 12.8 .
Vn. trúailliugad: ? nach raibh aco ... taruinge gan tru-
ailíoghudh, CF Eg. 23 =trot[h]lugud, CF 48 . ionad comh-
15nuighe Dé do thruailliughadh, Donl. xiv 15.
Part. trúailligthe corrupt, defiled, impure: nach d'ór no
d'argat truallnigthe, PH 7513 . in tan tanuc cus-in corp
truailliche-seo, 8164 . do bhí sí ní sa thruáillighthe iona
grádh ainmheasardha ná ise, Ezek. xxiii 11 . gach uile ní
20geinter ar slighi truaillighthi mar atáit na crumha agá
ngenemain ó'n cáith, O'Gr. Cat. 235.29. is samhuil ...
dfúarán truáillighthe, duine ionnruic ag tuitim síos a lathair
an chiontoigh, Prov. xxv 26 . bí an corp truáillighthe aga
chur, ┐ eirghidh sé gan truailleadh, 1 Cor. xv 42 . as éigean
25don ní thruáillighthesi neamhthruáilleadh dho ghabháil
uime, 53 . Med.: na lenna truaillighthi do glanadh, O'Don.
Gr. 450.3 . da mbia iongar truaillighthe a ttimcioll nescoidi
ab erysipelate putredo aut suppuratio malum , 23 K 42, 107.4 .
Gerund. a gcosmhaileas iomháidhe dhuine shothruáillighthe
30` corruptible ,' Rom. i 23.

trúailligthech adj o, ā (trúailligthe, see under trúailligid)
corrupt: genemain truaillighthech ... mar atáit na crumha
agá ngenemain ó'n cáith, O'Gr. Cat. 235.28.

trúailned n o, m. vn. of trúailnid. IGT Verbs § 71 . corruption;
35 pollution, defilement: truaillnead .i. trenellned, Lec. Gl. 142.
(a) In religious sense: risiu adcheth druailned legtha `the
corruption of dissolution
,' Ml 38c9 . cumscaigfiter thall ...
asin trúalniud ... i failet, LU 2644 . nis deilb ín dia truaille[d]
`God has not formed corruption,' Laws iv 264.26 . techt
40anns-a saegul do riar thrualli[d] na hanma, PH 7461 .
labrum ... do truailledh an duine sa bethaidh saeghalta,
De Contemptu 1002 . ag truailleadh inar ndubháilcibh
` wallowing in (the filth of) our vices,' Desid. 3352.
(b) In physical sense of the human body: an mhiorr,
45lé gcaomhantar cuirp na marbh gan truailleadh, TSh. 7685 .
nach géabhdaois na coirp truailleadh ná claochlódh chuca
`change or corruption,' Keat. i 204.27 . go madh héidir
leis fós marthainn go bráth, chor nach bhfaicfeadh truáil-
leadh, Ps. xlix 9 . do bhrígh nách féidir ... ré truáilleadh
50bheith na oighre ar neamhthruáilleadh, 1 Cor. xv 50 . Of
the results of fasting, emaciation: a curp arna truailledh
le treighinus, ZCP vi 85.23 . doni trosgadh cethracha la ┐
adhaigh ann ... ┐ ni ro chuir fainne na trualledh fair, BNnÉ
187.4 . In sexual sense: sin (i.e. the body) do thruailled ...
55ó'n drúis, PH 7427 . teora cumula don oigh ina sárugh co
ceand secht mbliadhun co .x. sleith truaillnedh co dech
mbliadhna, ┐ secht cumula ina forcor co cenn da bliadhan
déc (text ?), O'Don. 528 ( H. 3. 17, 428 ). co rucc mac can
truailled a hóghdhachta, Maund. 116 . ag ciallughadh
60thruaillidh chorp na meirdreach, TSh. 1287 . Med.: cach
ni laigdiges ... truailled na lennann ... is inmolta he `the
corruption of the humours
,' Ériu x 145.16 . gebeid truailled ┐
morgad, Rosa Ang. 8.24 . Note also: an t-aingel ag dul
tria balla na mainistrech amach ┐ astech gan truailledh, gan
65digbail dó fen na don balla, BCC 406.22 . an fíon ag guin a
gruaidheadh | truailleadh d'fhuil ríogh is ríoghan `the
wine flushing her cheek is unworthy to mingle with her blood,
blood of princes and princesses
,' Aithd.D. 11.33 . do na
cailib ... o tic gac truailled ... isin firmamint, Ir. Astr. Tr.
70 64.19 . ar n-a thruailedh co ro-mor on maidi = onerare (of
Christ carrying the Cross), Smaointe B. Chr. 3935.

trúailnid v(see trúailnide) corrupts, pollutes, defiles, spoils .
(a) brāthair .i. frathair, ar is frater rotrūaillned and (i.e.
bráthair is a `corrupt' form of Lat. frater), Corm. Y 111 .
75 gabur ... quasi caper. ar issed rotruaillned and, Corm. 22 =
rotrūailled, Corm. Y 675 . truailter ... a flaithius o thed-
mannaib, PH 4235 . truaillnither uli tria anmessair na
hanfine (of the atmosphere), 4240 . O'Baethgaili fuair
a' fonn | ler truaill aenaigi echtrann `by whom the meet-
80ings of foreigners were stained
,' Hy Fiachr. 268.12 . beag
do shíol Chuinn dá chumhaidh | ... | nár thruaill fíoch ┐
falta whom rage and anger did not ravage, DDána 86.42 .
romthruaill Rónán do Druim Gess `Ronan ... has outraged
me
,' Buile S. 136.15 . an tan truaillter ┐ crithnaidter ó
85n-ar ngallraibh ... sind, De Contemptu 1003 . neimh ...
gur thruaill si a chorp uili, St. Ercuil 2508.
(b) In sexual sense: truallid (in génntlidecht) in óige,
PH 722 . mas re re na secht mbliadhan ro truailledh in
ingean, Laws ii 404 n. 1 . pian na n-uile daoine truailles
iad o druis, Aisl. Tund. 130.22 . nar thruaill do cholainn le
5cion (Mary), A. Ó Dálaigh xiv 10. Moire gin gur thruaill
a tol | ní har a gloine fhuair fhear though unsullied by her
love
, DDána 21.26 . co truailled mórán do mhaighdenaib,
Maund. 116 . minar truaill si a hóghacht le paganach, ZCP
vi 289.18 . má do glacais co mí-genmnig hí do truaillis co
10h-urchóidech, De Contemptu 871 .
Intrans. rots, decays: do truailletar ┐ do lobhatar na
lebair, BCC 452.29 .