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túaithebair n(compd. of túae (q.v.) and temair, Meyer, ZCP
vii 523 n. 3 . By native glossators taken as containing
1 túath, see the citations under temair) hill, eminence, raised
ground: go ro lina grían glenta ┐ fanta ┐ tulcha ┐ tuaidi-
75brecha na hErend, TBC 5821 (tuatha teamhreacha, túath
theamhracha, v.l.). tulcha ┐ tuadebracha in choicid, 5823 .
uar tuaithebrachaib in talman, TTebe 2197 . [ar] tuagebair
an talman, 4270 . cor lín grian tulcha ┐ tuaithebra Espaine,
ML 160.21 . cu ro línsat na tolcha ┐ na tuaitheabhracha for
80gech taebh, Marco P. 61 . for tolchuibh ┐ tuaithebraibh na
crich a cein ┐ a bhfoicsi, 90 .
As n. loc. (of a place near Tara): is and bāi Cond ... i
Tūaithemair (sic leg.) ic urgnum Feisi na Temrach, ZCP
viii 276.8 =a Tuath Ebhair, xx 162.22 . do lomradh a
85caerach for faithchi Tuaíth Ebrach, 163.26 . Tibraidi
Tūaithebrach mac Cleitig, viii 274.10 = Tibraide Tuaith
Ebrach mac Cleitigh, xx 165.17 . Cf. bamar ... | i tuaith
Tem[rach] tess Boind, CRR 56.12 . fa tuaitheamra (sic
leg.) na Temhrach, Duan. Finn i 56.11 .

túaithebrach adj o, ā Perh. from túaithebair under infl. of
5 2 túath-: in chennc[h]leasach (sic leg.) ... thuaith-ebrach
Tesifóne sinister (?), MR 168.7 .

? túaithech adj o, ā (túaithe) having magic powers; or as subst.
witch: la Nair tuaidhigh in bansidhe, RC xv 332.13 . Nár
thúathach a sídhibh, ben Chrimthain ` witch ' (Gloss.),
10 Cóir Anm., 106 (tuathcaec, v.l.). Cf. Nár Túathcáech, LU
7846 (BDD). But perh. =túathach, q.v. Cf. túathaid.

túaithles, -is xsee 2 túath-.

1 túal n hill (?): im th. ¤ Tarbga `about the ... hill of T.',
Met. Dinds. iii 370.68 . Same wd. as next?

15 2 túal n hopper of a mill (?): cup ... .i. iars ani cupus in tarbur
uaithi in cloch uachtair .i. in tual .i. in tiaronn toll `the
hopper (cup) ... because it drops the corn out of itself into the
upper stone, i.e. the `tual' i.e. the perforated iron
,' Laws i
140.22 Comm. So also Stokes, RC xxiv 407 . secht
20flescbeiment na dlig luog | flescbeim croibi, cloch dia
thual, Nat. Libr. of Irel. MS. G 7 col. 20 . Cf. prec. wd.

túalaing adjPerh. i- stem, but O. Ir. n s. túalang. s- stem,
Ped. ii 117 , but tuailnge, Wb 17b5 , cited as n p. by Ped.,
seems to belong to túailnge, q.v. (*to-fo-long-) able to,
25 capable of .
I With follg. gen.: am tualang dano a hétarcerta, Wb
12d22 . is tualang for ṅd[íten], 26b4 . is and is tualáng a
nerta `then is he effective in his exhortation,' 31b11 . combi
t. ¤ saintrebtha ┐ gabála[e] se(a)lb, Críth Gabl. 78 . ni tualuing
30toile, Laws v 132.7 . óba t. ¤ labartha, BDD² 55 . uair nír
tualaing catha, LU 3206 . am tūalaing mo daltai capable
of rearing a fosterchild
, ZCP v 503.21 . tualaing tachair,
TTebe 1541 . cia bhus tualaing teichidh? Dán Dé v 14.
II With follg. acc. (usually a vn.) (a) bá (leg. bad)
35tualang cách forcital alaili `let each be fit to instruct another,'
Wb 6d13 . as tualang deacht todiusgud crist, 13c15 . ni
tualaing toxal, Laws i 102.23 . is tualaing som forgell for
cach recht, 78.19 . gurub tualaing slan ┐ freiteach, O'C.
1591 ( 23 Q 6, 2a ). ní t. ¤ nech ... a chosnam frit, LU 8152
40( FB 11 ). ni tualaiṅg mór nad ḟulaiṅg no nad geib in ṁbec
they who cannot endure or accept a little are not capable of
much
, RC iii 176.35 . tualaing ferann able to possess land,
LL 387a1 . nī tūalaing nech mo marbad, ZCP vii 302.28 .
nach geba Cruachain d'á éis | rí budh tualaing a aisnés
45`a king of reputation equal to his,' Celt. Rev. iv 24.31 . cor-
bam tualaing-se a chomet, Anecd. i 10.18 . is tūalaing Dīa
sin God can do that, ZCP vii 306.34 . do Bhanbha ... ní
tualaing | rí ... an tuaraim thug no king can give such hope
to Ireland as he did
, DDána 94.12 . fear nach tualaing a
50tógbháil (croch), PBocht 23.1 . níom tualaing suan, TSh.
2144 (quot.). ni tualuing mhé beith ica bhfegadh, Caithr. CC
21.1 . Impers.: cur mná tairse nach tualaing | a-tá d'aidh-
bhse ar Fh. `that no woman can be set above her,' Aithd.D.
18.20 . cathair dhithoglaidi ... nir'bhá tualaing n-amais
55fuirri could not be attacked, Marco P. 131.
(b) With vn. constr. of the type: ni t. ¤ trá nach ndúil
in chétmad rand ... d'innisin, LU 2484 . conidam t. ¤ airer
críchi d'imditin, 10294 . Cf. corbo tualaing fogla do denum,
3194 (fogla gs. ? ap. ?). re lind Ugaini viii. ur fo tualaing bir
60D[eichen] do imcoimet eight men could look after the spit of
D.
, Celt. Rev. viii 75.14 . gach ród nach iongabhtha d'fhior
... | tualaing gach aon lé mbudh áil | raon ré ghualainn
do ghabháil every road not to be taken ... he who wishes can
take the one beside it
, Dán Dé vi 2 . triúr nach tualaing
65mé | do chosg dhíom, DDána 5.9 . nír' bo thualaing gnimrad
míled do frecra, CCath. 329.
(c) Occas. also in Laws with follg. finite clause: ni
tualaing rod gaba athgabail na di fornaisc `he is not capable
of taking distress who is not able to bind it
,' i 84.9 . ni tualaing
70roda selba sanna nech no do ren `one who has sold land cannot
unbind it
,' 202.5 .
III In constructions with prepp.: dar gcoimhéidne is
tú is tualuing, TD 41.17 . dar gcomairce is tú as tualaing,
DDána 67.3 . o nach t. ¤ thú féin do dhol ann, Ériu v 194.554 .
75 bhur gcosnamh cia dar tualaing? Aithd.D. 39.1 . cia
dán tualaing a thuigsin? Dán Dé xiv 25 . targaidh nemh
—is air ba tualaing only he could make such an offer, BNnÉ
138.1 . gorbo tualaing catha Cuinn ar maithib Muman ar
in mag sin, ML² 294.
80As n. pr.: Téa ┐ Tascur ┐ Tualang , TBC² 1678 = TBC
2021 . In n. loc.: Magh Tualaing, ML² 296.

túama n m. (Engl. loanwd.) tomb: a chruaidhleac an tuama
`cruel tombstone,' Ó Bruad. ii 256.1 . cia dhíobh sin dath
budh maith leis do chur 'na thuama, TSh. 669 . an té
85shnoighios t. ¤ dhó féin `sepulchre,' Is. xxii 16 . fanfuidh
sé annsa t. ¤ , Job xxi 32 . See tumba.