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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 .

túaichle n iā, f. (túaichell) cleverness, cunning, wisdom, saga-
city: tuaithle .i. glicus, Trip. lvii 15 = Arch. iii 30.27 .
15 tuaichle .i. dráoidheacht, O'Cl. i foili .i. isin tuaichli nó
isin glicci gl. in astutia, Wb 8d13 . nirb dimmain dobith
im-maich, | ar Diabul frisin nathraig | ar thuaichle tricce
... | ar do glicce, ar th' amainse, SR 1139 . cen túachli tich,
Met. Dinds. iii 160.7 . adbar dia fríth t. ¤ tra | do marbad
20túaithe F. `whereby a device was found,' 164.3 . adubairt
rim tria th. ¤ , 310.93 . In stereotyped phrase of various
saints: nathir ar threbaire ┐ túacli fri maith, Trip.² 649 .
nathir ar tuaichle ┐ treabaire fri maith (Adamnán), Anecd.
ii 19.15 . nathair ar treabhaire ┐ tuaicle fri maith (Berach),
25 BNnÉ 42.38 . Cf. at nathracha ar túaichli (women), Tec.
Corm. 16.119 . `sillidh' ben doni tuaicle, Met. Gl. 33 § 21 .
tuaristol righ na n-Uaithne | ó righ Caisil—is tuaithle, |
sé scéith ... `it is wise,' BR 86.8 =tuaichle, BB 271b14 .
lucht serigh gach tuaichle tall | drong sin Tuaithe De
30Dhanann, Geneal. Tracts i 23.3 . doluidh cona banntracht
cumachta ... d'imirt draoidhechta, ┐ tuaichle, ┐ geinntlechta
... foran macaomh, BNnÉ 30.15 . ar uaisle a fhola ... ar
thuaichle ` prudence ,' FM vi 2368.18 .

túaichlecht n ā, f. (túaichle) cunning, witchcraft: toghairmit
35na demna ... le draidhecht ┐ tuaichlecht, Marco P. 14 .
doniter la tuaichlecht ┐ amuinsi freasdul in righ gin faircsi
neich do neoch dia denumh, 52 .

túaichles n(túaichle) cunning: tuachles naithrech, TBC
5558.

40 túaid, thúaid adv. north, in the north . O. Ir. túaith. tuaidh,
thuaidh, thuaidhean, thuaidhin, thuaidheamhain, 24 P 8,
218 (Aithd.D.). See túaidemain.
(a) As adv.: sechtmoga bliadan bai t. ¤ , SR 3009 . Mugnai
tuaith `M. in the north,' Fél. Dec. 11 . is de-sin fris-ngéra
45th. ¤ | Mag lond Léna, ScM.² 24d . ac Inbiur Sheimne thuaid,
CRR 14.15 . Carpre thuaid i Temair B., 58.6 . Bith túaith
i Sléb Betha, Ériu iv 130.9 . in cech tīr thūaith ┐ tes, ZCP
viii 109.4 . a līonmaire thūaid ga toigh, 116 § 6 . thuaidh is
teas, TD 32.36 . As prep. with acc. north of: i Slán tūaith
50Benna Bairche, Thes. ii 315.4 . tuath Cualaind (sic leg.:
gualaind), Met. Dinds. iii 104.2 . ó Laighin tuath-ghabhair
┐ ... ó Laighin deas-ghabhair, BR 32.14 . Cf. Mac Neill,
Celtic Ireland p. 93 and Map 1. O'Rahilly, Early Ir. Hist.
and Mythol. 462 . Thurn. Gramm. § 858.
55(b) Hence as quasi-adj. northern: laissais tír túaith,
LU 664 (ACC = RC xx 168.y ). isin tír th. ¤ , BDD² 377 . Be
Chuilli na tuathi th. ¤ `of the north country,' RC xlvii 292.2 .
rédla thúaidh Mhumhan `the pole-star ... of Munster' (of
a person), Ériu ix 165 § 20 . éigse an taoibh thuaidh, TD
60 3.3 . an slios tuaidh don toigh, 20.56 . Durlaistreabh
thuaidh an teachsoin a northern Durlas (Lifford), 5.8 . Cf.
an gáoth thuaigh (see atúaid), Prov. xxv 23.
(c) In phrase fa th. ¤ (O. Ir. also sa th. ¤ ) northwards (frequ.
with vbs. of motion): fa dess no fa thuaith `to south or
65to north
' ( i.e. right and left, at all, à droite et à gauche, à
tous côtés
, note), Wb 29a21 . sa thuaid gl. ad septemtrionem
(leg. fathuaid ? note, but see Thurn. Gramm. § 483 ). Bcr.
33c2 . anair, siar, fo des, fo thuaid, SR 2710 . tanic C.
fo th. ¤ arís, TBC 1191 . fa th. ¤ , 1252 . luig fo tuaidh `went
70northwards
,' Laws iv 4.27 Comm. a dess fo-thuaid fri
fuined His right side to the north (of the position of Christ
on the cross), PH 3321 . cuiris A. ba thuaidh | fios ar
chloinn R., Content. xxviii 15 . do dhul lais bud thuaid,
SG 320.17 . dēnam thairis bud thuaid, ML² 1042 . manac
75dibh bu dhes ┐ manac bhudh thuaigh, Études Celt. i 87.6 .
Note also: gus an aird budh thuaidh, TSh. 3985 . don
taeibh budh thuaidh don teampall, Misc. Celt. Soc. 162.x .
? a shuaircfhir sháimh, ní sámh do reacaireacht sceól | ba
thuaidh dá ngráin ar scáithcheilt mh'aingilse dhóibh (to
80one who brings ill news), Hackett xii 2.
Compd. ¤ Mumu: i Tuadmumain in Thomond , BDD
230 . See Hog. Onom.
See atúaid, 2 túath-.

túaidebar n(túaid) the north: rosaig ... dessiubar ┐ tuadebur
85ndomain `reaches ... the southern and northern ends of the
world
,' Mon. Tall. 162.41 .