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túaidemain (túaid) adv. in the north: ón talmhain thuaidh-
eamhain, DDána 70.9 . stir thuaighemhuin `in the northern
region
,' Rel. Celt. ii 272.32 . ar an taobh thuaitheamhain,
Ériu viii 192.16 . gan triall fa thuaidheamhain northwards ,
5 DDána 70.6 . See Aithd.D. Gloss.

túaidsius xsee túathus.

túaigid xsee túagaid.

tuáille n m. (Engl. or Romance loanwd.) towel: tváille ...
┐ ilrad gacha datha and, BCC 32.12 . gur thaisbein tubh-
10aille di ina raibhe egsamhlacht ┐ iolradh gach datha, Mart.
Don. 158.22 . In these exx.= peplum, pallium, Reeves Ad.
190.z , 191.4 . coimilter an corp gu leir ... maille re tuailib
trena `with coarse towels,' Éigse ii 178.583 . an tubhāille
ro-chomail an Slānaightheóir do chossoip na n-apstal ...
15ier n-innlat a gcoss, Fl. Earls 198.5 . túaile lin, Smaointe
B. Chr. 3282.

túailnge n iā, f. (túalaing) ability, capability . Only as attri-
butive g s.=túalaing. (a) With follg. gen.: ammi tuailṅge
ar mbrethre, Wb 17b5 . bá túalnge trebe, LU 4155 , `he
20was able to face a tribe
,' Met. Dinds. ii 13 . am cumthach
dia eis nioam tualṅge dúis `I am incapable of joy (?),'
PRIA xix (1893-6) 548 § 25 ( LL 147a29 ).
(b) With follg. acc.: ni dam tualnge laubra rimm, IT i
123.24 . fiadha cach a coindeilg a céille ... .i. na fiadhain
25atá tuailgne a comdeiliugh o a céilliní, O'D. 668 ( H. 3. 17,
489b ). cach muc as thualing a beathad (= biathad) a haenur
... na hai nacha thuailnge, Laws ii 368.19 Comm.
(c) With follg. vn. constr.: is tualngi Dia ... in saethar
do digbail dinne, Thr. Hom. 106.6 . at tūailgne tú sin do
30dénam, BColm. 70.25 .
(d) With prep.: Medb, ropo thúalnge ... | for argain
Chúalnge, Met. Dinds. iii 368.41 (tualaing, v.l.).

túailngigidir v g depon. (túailnge) deigns, considers worthy
(Lat. dignor): ní rothuailngigestar gl. non est dignatus
35(eis ... adscribere), Ml 16b12 . nuntuailngigedar gl. (iste ...
nos quoque praecipuo honore) dignatur, 146b2 .

túailngigthid adj i (túailnge) (see Thurn. Gramm. § 380 ). Only
in adv. glossing Lat. dignanter; deigningly: in tuailcigthid
gl. dignanter (intende), Ml 49d8 . in tuailngigthid fortéissiu
40`deigningly aid' gl. dignanter adnuito (read as adiuta ?),
78c1 .

túailngius n[u, m.] (túailnge) ability, capability: gan tuailṅges
aistir na imthechta, Acall. 6602 . mairg dán' crich a cuiged-
sun | gan tuailngius a thurrachtha, MR 222.2 . ? co ná búi
45tuailgius [dó ?] a airm ... do congbáil (tuailing, v.l.), CCath.
2065.

túailngthech n o, m. (túailnge) man of ability, chief, ruler:
do chneasaibh ár dtuailgineach `of our worthy chiefs,'
Ó Bruad. iii 166.6 . d'fheartaibh an tualangthaigh (God),
50 14 (tualaingthicc, v.l.). tuailgneach sa bhreath cáinghéar
[ciuin] `lord whose legal judgments are acute and grave,'
210.20 .

túaim n n, n. Exact meaning uncertain. Expl. by O'Cl. as
baile, fearann, cloidhe, táobh. Note also tuaim .i. tech
55no cladh, O'C. 1471 ( H. 3.18, 652 ). P. O'C. gives tuaim
.i. taobh `a flank ridge or side .' .i. cladh `a moat mound or
bank, a knap, tump or hillock, also a tomb, grave or sepulchre ,
Lat. tumulus.' .i. baile `a town, a fortress .' .i. fearann
`a townland, a farm .' .i. eadan no aghaidh `a front or face .'
60Orig. `monticule, colline,' whence the other senses are derived,
Loth, RC xli 407 . g s. Tuama, Lat. Lives 35.3 . FM i 44.y .
Thua[m]na Grene `of Tuaim Gréne,' Gorm. Oct. 19 =
Tuama Gréne, Nov. 1 . d s. túamaim, LU 5975 . ? g p. slan
trath triath tuamand dindsain, BR 14.13 =tuamann, BB
65 267b36 . ? Met. Dinds. iv 198.26 .
Senbic a t. ¤ immais áin `S. from the stead of noble poesy,'
Met. Dinds. ii 16.84 . im th. ¤ thaiss `in my poor dwelling,'
iii 366.3 . ? tarb túamann `the paddock bull,' iv 198.26 .
isedh is crich ann gort feoir no arbair, no ard urchur fleasca,
70 ┐ tri deisceimann o tire tuaim, O'C. 2330 ( Eg. 88, 25 (26)d ) =
tri deisceimenna o thir a tuaim, O'C. 1713 ( 23 Q 6, 17a ) = a trí
descemenna ó tiri tuaim, O'D. 1567 ( H. 5. 15, 4a ). Cf.
tuaim .i. timchuairt a thire, ut est dligid a .iii. dia dil ...
ina thire tuaim, O'Dav. 1534 , `enceinte de la propriété
75délimitée ou défendue par une palissade ou fossé avec remblai
,'
Loth. do t. ¤ adhnacail si, do tora torc allaidh dia saighidh,
go ros tochla burial-place , BNnÉ 325.18 . cethair traigid
fichet fott in damasnai, ocht traigid eter a thūaim ┐ talmain
the ox-rib was twenty-four feet long, with eight feet between
80its peak and the ground
(i.e. when standing on the two ends),
ZCP xiii 373.21 (cf. iii 460.12 ). ?dosrat hi tuaim immon
deil | roscacht cen huail, cen ergail (of Goliath terrorising
Israel), SR 5785.
In phrases: docuirither cach ae i tuaimm aroli amail
85orceil [tairrechtae] against each other (of seas meeting),
Corm. 13 Coire Brecain = i tūaim alaile, Corm. Y 323 = co
cuir cach dib im thuaim araile `each of them hurls itself
round another's place
,' RC xvi 158.2 `(se) pousse autour de
la place de l'autre
', Loth. musluid cach dib i tuaim in
aroile (of cattle), RC xv 308.11 . oc airimbert gascid hi
5túamaim a scéith protected by his shield (?), LU 5975 = oc
airbert gaiscid hi tūaimim a scēith (`in a fence (?) of his
shield
,' Faraday), TBC² 1507 = tarrasair mac Da Lóth co
trián in lái i t. ¤ a sceith ic folmaisse gona Conculaind, TBC
2125 (perh. the umbo of the shield, Loth). a tuaim a sgeith
10.i. a n-inadh a scéith, O'Dav. 187. a ttuaim a sgéith, Cath.
MT 894 . ? is lem dofeidbair hi tuaim inn eouin, IT i 139.22 .
Note also: gu tuaim treabainn gac treabaid, BB 36b55
= co tuaim trebaind cach trebaib, Lec. 282 va24 . tennis
in tuaím tuathramut, BB 380b12 . moid no da thoib tuill
15tuáim i timargar ith, LL 116a37 . turclai tolsum tuaim
tinnsaighidh itir glasaib geillfine, 393a3 .
Frequ. in placenames (in some cases in meaning ` burial
mound, tumulus ,' Loth), see Hog. Onom. Cf. Dind Rīg, |
rūad tūaim tenbai `eine rote flammende Feuerwand' (.i.
20clodh, gloss), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 7 § 1 (T. ¤ Tenba was the old
name of Dind Ríg, see Met. Dinds. ii 50.5 , 52.5 , ZCP iii
8.18 , etc.).