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truinid v turns, recedes, falls (?) (Stokes, CCath. Gloss. , suggests
85borrowing from Mid. Eng. turnen, but perh. merely by-form
of turnaid (do-airindi)): in rand ro taiselbad do P. ... ro
thruin, ro traig ┐ ro thairind fri talmain (of the entrails of a
sacrificed bull), CCath. 974 . ro traigset ┐ ro truinset echrada
muintire C. ic cloistecht frisin morborbgair sin `retreated
and turned
,' 3135 . ro truinset som ┐ ro traighsett deiside
5`turned and retreated,' 3533 . Trans. overthrows, humbles (?) :
ram trunsitar, ram traigsitar, ram traethsitar ... ram toirr-
netar `(my sins) have humbled me,' Ir. Lit. 6.3 . ro truinit
┐ ro tairnit ... menmandae ... midlach, CCath. 3886.

trúipéirecht n(cf. trúp, trúpóir) troopery, dissipation among
10 soldiers: gan cailleamhuin an aifrinn ar thrúipéireacht,
Ó Bruad. iii 2.

truis n f. (Engl. loanwd.) trash, stuff, rubbish: tug leis ualach
don t. ¤ chéadna, TD 34.21 . na tiomairce truise si `their
worthless collections of trash
,' Ó Bruad. i 126.8 . ní béarla
15briste ar bith do stiall mo stuaim | acht mé gan t. ¤ do chuir-
feadh ciall im dhuain ` subject-matter ,' iii 228.4 . a lámh dá
bhfaicid ... | re snádhmadh traise `at the weaving of trash,'
i 128.2 . t. ¤ trom an pheacaidh do mhalairt ar ghréithibh
geanamhla na glan-dúthrachta, TSh. 6962 . gan anmhain
20ré léir-thionól gacha truise talmhaidhe, 7748 .

? truisten ind geibidsium reime co Temraig | taeibghel t. ¤ nár
ba thúr, SG 361.33 = tustin, Lec. 297va22 .

truit n f. truid, druid, f., IGT Decl. § 14 . starling: truid .i.
ōn trēod i mbī asberad, nō ōn traide .i. ōn lūas donī, Corm. Y
25 1236 . phidh dono indsgi qumusda isin Gaidilc ... ut est in
menntan et an truid ┐ in coirr, Auraic. 3224 . bés na truidi
atá ag Ú Cheallaigh | cách uili 'na fhochair, IGT Decl.
ex. 671 . mar scuaine trud, Ó Bruad. iii 168.16 .
Compd. ¤ elta flock of starlings: luaithe ná gach truidealta,
30 Dánta Gr.² 76.3 . cuidechta sa n-óidh ar olc | a cóir druid-
ealta ar dorchacht, IGT Decl. ex. 672.
See druit.

truiteóc n ā, f. (truit) (young) starling: enogam .i. ... aicme
huatha: hadaig, droen, truiteoc, querc, Auraic. 5694.

35 trull n head (only in glossaries): anmann in chinn ... |
`t. ¤ ', etc., Met. Gl. 16 § 38 . t. ¤ .i. ceann, O'Cl.

trummae, truime n iā, f. (3 trom) IGT Abstr. Nouns 52 .
heaviness : I (a) As gramm. abstr. of trom: is e ... a met
┐ a thrumma tuc na hathise ... for in fír Dhia so heavily did
40he revile the true God
, PH 83 . an chruinne ar a fáobhar fúm
| báoghal dún 'sa thruime atám I am so heavy, IGT
Decl. ex. 15.
(b) In literal sense heaviness, weight: dia tormastar a
mét dogní trumai ndo, Ml 20a19 . ic fulang mét ocus trumma
45na talman, IT i 169.26 . cona tortromadh a troma for cend
ind airdrígh (of a helmet), CCath. 5277 . ríu seig aderthái
mic an talman ara truma, TTebe 1293 . do luigh truime
ar n-ualaigh air, DDána 31.25 . chnuas ar chall na thruime
o thús, Rel. Celt. ii 228.36 . cuma gan mo chradh go mór |
50lór a thruma dhamh ré dhíol, Dán Dé xxvi 17 . léigeadar a
dtruime orra (i.e. on the shafts of their spears), ML 114.8 .
dochóidh i ttroma anbhóill `had become very corpulent,'
FM vi 1916.13 . Note also: ní hiongnadh is truime a tuair |
go dtiobhradh uirre an anbhuain `with such rich soil,'
55 Aithd.D. 18.30 (see note).
II More generally heaviness, severity, rigour, etc. (a) co
trummai thinfid `with heaviness of aspiration' (of inter-
jections), Sg. 9b18 . iar trummi óil after heavy drinking,
LU 8224 ( FB 17 ). ar thrumme inna brithe (of childbirth),
60 TBFr. 116 . re trumma in chísa with the heaviness of the
imposition
, LL 6a49 . ba hadbal ... truma in chísa, ZCP
xi 60.19 . ar truma a foghnoma, 22 . bōi do thrumma in
galair, Aisl. MC 83.30 . trume glonn, BB 323a21 . le trumu
a tarta, SG 121.27 . fo truma na cneidi, Laws iii 350.2 Comm.
65 troma a thairnighe nach te the terror of its thunder (of hell),
Dán Dé xxv 26 . truime a thionnabhraidh the soundness
of its sleep
(the soul), DDána 21a.4 . truime an eisdeachta
slowness of hearing, 23 K 42, 41.5 . gion go bhfuil an teine
se síordhaidhe ... is iongantach an truime atá innte, TSh.
70 3999.
(b) Referring to abstract ideas: ata di thrummai na
fochaide insin `so heavy are the tribulations,' Ml 23a19 .
t. ¤ inna fochodo, 64a2 . ni fulgam ni trummai inna fochodo,
77d6 . ar thrommai inna fochaide, 89a5 . Cf. 50d8 , 87d9 .
75 ar thrummi a brotha ┐ a neirt, LU 9140 ( FB 88 ): a chré
chír-dhub fri truma na peccad n-éxamail, PH 8237 . co
trumma aithbi `in wasting sorrow,' Ériu iv 94.5 . t. ¤ int ord
sin a burdensome thing is that task, Ériu iii 102 § 27b . do
eadargnudad cacha cesta ... fo a truma ┐ a n-etruma,
80 O'C. 1606 - 7 ( 23 Q 6, 5a ). truma tuarustail berus na han-
testa dfír dé, O'C. 2435 ( Eg. 88, 35 (36)c ) (see túarastal). truime
do thuirse `the weight of thy sorrow,' Studies 1918, 281 § 7 .
la truma a seirci, St. Ercuil 1169 . truime phian na gciontach
i n-ifreann, TSh. 6491.
85(c) sorrow, grief: cen táidlius trumma with no gleam of
sorrow
(?), Met. Dinds. i 10.63 . cen truma ` unlamented ,'
iii 438.23 . is ed roraid ... co truime moir ┐ cosnumh fair,
Aen. 1748 . fa mor an truime ... do chuir bás an deighfhir-si
ar Innsi Gall, Rel. Celt. ii 208.8 .
(d) Various abstract meanings: ar a trumai enech riog
5aidbriugud `because of the difficulty of suing the honour of
a king
,' Laws v 372.5 . gar da thromma a ndligthir de
`what is due to him is little, however much it be' (Corr.), Met.
Dinds. iii 64.119 . trumma, toicthiu, talchaire ` self-import-
ance ,' Triads 131 . is ar a thruime dobertha he isin cathair
10... .i. i mBabilón dia éc innte `wegen seiner hohen Würde'
(Alexander), Alex. 1019.