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2 túag n ā, f. IGT Decl. § 39 . axe, hatchet: tuaga troma
foebracha, PH 8111 . ead a láime ┐ [samtaighe] a tuaigi,
Laws iii 178.21 . in tuadh da marbadh (of a calf), ii 238.z
Comm. madh sí in tuadh do chuaidh da cind `if it was the
75head of a hatchet that flew off
,' iii 174.16 Comm. in Gaill
cona tuaghaibh ic bualad do dherthaighi, AU i 412.6 = FM
i 546.11 . builli do thuaig truim, TTebe 3161 . a bhunaidh
tuaighe `his makings of an ax,' TD 44.8 . sāithim mo
thúaigh a ttalmhuin (sic leg.: uaim), Rel. Celt. ii 292.z .
80 ro gabh féin tuaigh móir ina láimh, CCath. 1781 (biail,
v.l.). Ruaidhri ... do mharbhadh lá a thuaigh fein, FM ii
1122.12 . tuadh fri tescadh trénmiledh, St. Ercuil 1249 .
ní ghearrfa tú a gcrainn ag búaladh tuáighe ionta, Deut.
xx 19 . is tú mo thúadh chatha `thou art my battle axe,'
85 Jer. li 20 . atá an túagh ar na cur do chum fréimhe na
gcrann, Matth. iii 10 . t. ¤ connaid wood-hatchet: tuag con-
naidh, IT iii 196.1 . in tuath conadh, Laws i 140.1 Comm.
a dtuagha ... cúl-chroma ... connaidh ... fa na gcreasaibh,
DDána 111.18 (382.25) . iomad tuagha piocartach, Cín Lae
Ó Meall. 43.4 . fear tuaighe `an axe-man' (butcher ? Of a
5man appointed to receive tribute consisting of portions of
slaughtered cattle), Keat. ii 4817 . Cf. Pilib na tuaigi, AU
iii 28.25 . coic cet déc túagh `1,500 axes,' iii 498.11 . dá
fichit décc tuagh `axe men,' FM iv 1218.x .

túagach adj o, ā (1 túag) arched, curved. Of weapons: do gai t. ¤
10tairbertach trénturig, LU 10414 . ra gabastar a chlaideb
camthuagach catha bar a chlíu, TBC 3736 . rosfuc uad mac
Cailchin Cuanach | tria chailchend tuagach nar thim (`by
means of his axe-like spearhead
'), RC xlvii 307.2 . Note also:
conaca in tiprait túagaig | n-escraig `the fountain's falling
15arch of waters
,' Ériu iv 100 § 34 . ? eolach a tealcaigh in
tuagach | a seanc[h]aid Suamach na slog, x 78 § 26 .

túagaid v ā (2 túag) hews, chops, strikes with an axe : ma ro
bualad ma ro bith | ma ro tuagad, Fél. 190.15 = ma ro
tuaga, O'C. 1303 ( H. 3.18, 541a ). Fid F. ... túagaid ┐ túirid
20`hew it down and search it', Met. Dinds. iv 214.56 (tuaigid,
BB 407a10 ). Vn. atchonnaic bili ... | aran tulaig gá
thuaghadh , SG 68.38 .

túagda adj(1 túag) arched, curving: aitteoch frit ... | an tentide
tūaghda (i.e. the torrid zone), ZCP viii 232 § 7.

25 túagmar adj o, ā (1 túag) arched (of neck ? Epithet of a horse):
indara h-ech ... ┐ se ... t. ¤ , LU 6489 =túagmār, TBC² 1976
(`great of curve,' Faraday, taking the wd. as compd. of
túag and mór). LU 10660 . ` broad ,' Ériu xii 156.27 . Cf.
also: tuir tuadhmar | tri greidil bidh grádmair, Fél. 78.24
30(? leg. tuagmar, Gloss.).

túagmíl n(1 túag + 1 míl. Cf. Acall. Gloss. and CCath. Gloss. ,
where Stokes postulates a word míl `brooch'). A gold or
silver ornament of shields and tunics, incorporating an
animal design. The first member of the compound may
35indicate a curved outline for the ornament or may refer to
interlaced work. See Wi., TBC (cf. Introd. p. xxiv), BDD2,
TBFr., and Études Celt. ii 13 n. 2 . `Schnörkeltier,'
Heldensage 287 . tri duibscéith co túagmílib óir, LU 7305 .
Cf. 9271 . IT i 310.x . da gelsciath co túagmilaib argit
40findi foraib, TBC 4373 . tri sceith ... co d-tuágmhilaibh
fiondruine forra, 5536 . di boccótib bána brecdathacha fo
thuagmílaib dergóir, TTr. 611 . túagmíla ... di ór ┐ airget
... isind léne, BDD² 10 . lénti ... co túagmílaib óir impu,
TBFr. 21 . tuaghmílu ingantachu di ór ... issind lénith,
45 IT i 119.18 . da each ... cungi co tuagmilaib airgdidib
foraib, Ir. MS. Series 174.11 ( YBL 118a4 ). cat[h]cris ... cona
tuaghmilibh rinnta d'or ┐ d'airgett on ur co araile de, CCath.
4684.

túagnaidm n(1 túag + (s)naidm) a metal fastening or buckle .
50Also cúachnaidm, q.v.: amail bi[d] mér fo cuachnaidm
duitt iumad briathar in filed .i. bid égcomluath taithmiuch
in druing briathar ┐ bédis tuaghnadhmann semenn, O'Dav.
397 (Stokes cites cuachnaidm .i. tuadnaidm, H. 3. 18, 67 ).
Cf. Ériu xiii 23.28 . lenti srebnaidi sítai co tuagnadmannaib
55di ór bruthi `Hakenverschlüssen,' IT iii 464.25 .

túagrótae n(-ŏ- ?) (1 túag+(?)rótae, cf. raite, rót) a type of
road
(placed by Corm. between lámrótae and bóthar):
tuaghród `a farmer's road leading to a `ród,' or into a moun-
tain ,' O'Don. Suppl. tūagrottae, fochren fer trebar conair do
60ascnam raotae nō slēibe. Is sī īarom a fochreicc, anam cach
dīne nō cach mīl immidrēt cach ala blīa[dain], Corm. Y
1082 =tuagróta fochren fer trebar conair do ascnám roitói
no slébe. isi iarom a ḟochraic .i. aaním aneim atraet cachla
bliadain, Corm. 38 . tuaghrod .i. slighe, O'Cl.

65 túaichel(l) adj(*to-fo-cell-, see Ped. i 316 , 347 ). (a) o,ā:
Tuachell (n. pr.), LU 5145 =Tūaichell, TBC² 662 . tuaichell,
LB 124b13 =tuaicheall, Keat. iii 2056 . E. ... thūachell
(: Breg), ZCP viii 268 § 42 . Cf. `túaichiol' bá hainm do
ghliocus, Met. Gl. 11 § 11 . uersute .i. in tuachall , Ml 103d23
70(see Thurn. Gramm. p. 219 ). a p. (subst.) mad ferr la tuaich-
liu `if the instructed prefer,' Met. Dinds. ii 32.89 . (b) i:
-thuachaill (: laind), SR 1670 . túachail (: rainn), Met.
Dinds. iv 8.8 . tuachil gl. astutus, Sg. 60a7 . túachail
(: brúachaib), Met. Dinds. iv 222.1 . tuachill (: thuathaib),
75 94.43 . tuaichill, TTebe 1189 v.l.
Clever, cunning, astute, wise, prudent (possibly in some
exx. pregnant , see Gwynn, Hermathena xlix 65 ): is danautat
idu (sic leg.) mnāi tuachoill .i. indanae cach ndolbach,
O'Mulc. 756 . tuachail .i. glic, O'Cl. ba treb glan, toga
80túachail prudent choice, Met. Dinds. iii 236.6 . slige Dala
thréin túachail, 278.43 . cid senchas túachail ... | ... ria
cométsecht `a pithy tale,' 354.83 . cidheadh ro bo tuachail, |
gach bean go n-a brathair, Todd Nenn. 140.9 . fer sidhe
forode tuachell foill, BB 209b36 . bud tūachail taigērus,
85 ZCP viii 207.18 . co teilis, tuachail, BR 34.1 . don fhir
thuachell ... sin (sic leg.), TTebe 406 .
Compar.: sapientior .i. tuachliu, Lib. Hymn. 69.21 .
nathair ba celgachu ... ┐ ba tuaichliu o uilib anmandaibh
in talmun, BB 16b39 .
As subst.: rab é a thuachail beith na thost, | atetha a
5Cruachain crúadchosc `seine Klugheit,' TBC 534 (ró be
tuachail, H). See also forms, supra.
As n.pr. Túachail is Foil is Fannall (: túathaib), Met.
Dinds. iv 240.4 . See also forms, supra.
Compd. ¤ chness wanton, lascivious (?): don mnaí théith-
10mir thúachail-chniss, Met. Dinds. iv 128.6 .
? cét mbo ag taidbi is tuachail, BB 269b17 =ac taidhle
is tuachail (: thuathaibh) ` frisking and skipping ,' BR 46.4 .