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túar(a)e n iā, f. Occas. also with masc. art. See Wortk.
178 . Pokorny, KZ xlv 76 - 7 . tóare, ZCP xvii 198.3 . food,
sustenance: is diamuin leiss cach thúare, Wb. 6b8 . cini
85estar cach túari, 6b23 . dund óis nad chaithi cach tuari, 6c11 .
ce dumelmis cech. tuari, 10c21 . do airbirt biuth inna túare
sin, 10c3 . accobor á túare, 11b5 . airbert biuth inna túare,
11b18 . tar hési tomalte inna túare, 11c2 . ni ar chuingid
tuare cucuibsi, 24b14 . léic uáit inna tuari nocari, 6c8 . ara
tairchela na túari `that he may restrict the viands,' 9d1 . act
5ní arbarat biuth inna túari adopartar dond ídol, 10c1 . din
menbugud menbaigthe cach tūara chathes duine, Corm. Y
518 . ri thuc doib in maind do nim | fri tuara tarbaig, SR
4626 . ind fit mór de tuari anmín, Mon. Tall. 152.19 . nirbo
fíu leis nách túara aile do thomailt acht a ubull, LU 10020 .
10 cen tuara bídh o duine, RC xxvi 372.13 . tomil téchtae do
thúarae, Ériu i 194.1 . in tí mesraiges a thuari ┐ a thomailt
do cách, Alex. 942 . failte na súle oc descin in (sic) tuara,
LL 282a45 = YBL 138a20 . Cf. im thomhailt an tuara,
Buile S. 132.17 . tuara .i. sásadh, no beatha, O'Cl. la
15h-esbhaidh úirfheola ┐ gach tuara ba toich doibh, FM vi
2210.3 . is edh ba tuara ┐ ba hacnamhadh dōibh toradh
an chroinn pailme, Fl. Earls 228.32 .
Note also: nach eclas oc nā bé tūara (.i. frestal) manach
any church in which there is no service for church tenants,
20 Ériu i 219 § 8.
See 1 túarad.

1 túaraid, túairid v(1 túar) (a) presages, foretells, pro-
phesies: do réir mar do thuar Solamh as S. foretold, TSh.
9074 . bhúr d-tuitim is é do thuar (of a voice), Oss. iv
25170.12 . a uaisle Bhanbha tuairidh tairngridh | buaineas
ratha ... | don chraoibh, Ó Bruad. iii 86.17 .
(b) merits, earns, deserves; causes, brings about: tuairim-
ne an soillse suthain, DDána 37.27 . sgarthain riot ... |
nár thuairear, 60.18 . mairg nach tuair teagh rínimhe
30`who merits not Heaven's house,' Aithd.D. 65.2 . uainne
ní tuairthear an teagh | do thuairfeadh feadh uaire d'fhior,
Dán Dé xxiii 26 . an oidhidh nach é do thuair `his un-
deserved death
,' PBocht 13.12 . rún neamhfhallsa do thuair
tol who won affection, TD 32.53 . béidleómhan do thuair
35mo thoil, Dánta Gr.² 41.23 . nach neach do rígheacht
Saxon | ... | do thuair ainm s'ná h-éachtaibh sin, Misc.
Celt. Soc. 346.16 . rí do thuair moir dá molad a king whom
it were right the sea should praise
(i.e. from the abundance
of fish in his reign ?), O'Gr. Cat. 400.13. tuairit creacha
40is caithirghuil `they presage forays' (bring about ?), Ériu
iv 212.2 . dár thúar rí Macha a mholadh `foreshadowed
his fame
' (earned praise ?), ix 165 § 23 . cathmhíleadh ...
nar thuar tathluinn, Ó Bruad. i 138.9 . a chluanaire ... |
nach tuarann lasair id leacain más d'Éirinn sibh | an
45tuairim tharcuisne ar cheapaibh a craobh do shil? does
not the scornful account of the heroes of thy race bring a blush
of shame to thy cheek, if thou art indeed an Irishman
? (to
a poet who had written verses decrying Brian and other
Irish heroes), 206.6 . mar ítem do ríoghanaibh toca ná
50tuar | díogras na ndaoine `for proud queens who do not
deserve
,' iii 28.9 . ó ursain gach ana ... | ní thuigid lucht
feasa gur taise do thuaradar it is not the opinion of those who
know that they merited mercy
..., 176.12 . is é gesca na fír-
fhínemna tuaraidh bheathaid ┐ sásad don domon, Lism.L.
55 2470 . an té árduighios a gheata, túaraidh sé aidhmhilleadh
`seeketh destruction,' Prov. xvii 19.

2 túaraid v ā (2 túar) manures, stimulates to growth: mar
thuarthar ┐ mar fhliuchthar an luibh-si, Desid. 5700.

túaraim, túairim n f., (réim ?) IGT Decl. § 13 , § 42 (g s. -i, -e,
60 -a). n p. tuaruma, L.Cl.A.Buidhe 182.49 .
(a) likelihood, promise, appearance, resemblance: do
Bhanbha Dá Thí ní tualaing | rí ná damhna an tuaraim
thug, DDána 94.12 , `the promise of excellence,' Aithd.D.
74.19 n. maith in tuairim tucadh lais | ar bhás in
65pheillicánais `a right good essay to emulate the pelican's
death
,' O'Gr. Cat. 461.4. fado ó do bhádhas san bhaile
lúaidhimsi | caidhe a thúairimsi an t-áras aoíbhinnsi?
where is its equal to be found? L.Cl.A.Buidhe 148.72 . an
tu gan bhréag Céirnit ba gasda a ttuairim? 23 G 24, 151.9 .
70With follg. do: tuaraim do Dhia an deallraidhsin `that
brightness is like (to that of) God
,' Dán Dé xiv 25 . tuaraim
do néimh a chuilg chaoil, DDána 119.29 . rí as tuaraim
d'eigher Fhéilim, L.Cl.A.Buidhe 87.20, `who promised to
be like
,' Aithd. D. 74.19 n. ? tug tuairím ar tegh an trír |
75sleagh shídh ar luaighill na láimh `made his way to,' Rel.
Celt. ii 224.28 . tug sé tar fonnfhairrge bhfinn | sé trom-
airgne nó a dtuairim six heavy raids or thereabouts, L.Cl.A.
Buidhe 160.224 . an tuairim míosa go leith baí isin bport
sin during the month and a half or so ..., FM vi 2258.1 .
80(b) Hence with numerals about, approximately: tuairim
.xx. míle ó Ath Cliath, Mart. Don. 144.9 . tuairím da fher
dhég, Rel. Celt. ii 182.41 . tuairim trí chéad bliadhan,
Keat. i 232.24 . tuairim chúig céad bliadhain, TSh. 5499.
(c) In phrase fá th. ¤ towards, in the direction of: do
85b'ionchaithmhe an chloch ... | ... fám thuairim, Content.
xvi 10 . saighead toile fa a tuairim, DDána 78.23 . a thabh-
airt fá thuairim `if I brought it to him,' Studies 1921, 258 § 8 .
buan fám thuaraim taom ón triar, TSh. 2145 (verse). fá
na dtuairim triall tar uisce `crossing o'er the water on a
visit to them
,' Ó Bruad. ii 60.16 . do chuaidh ... fo thuairim
5an Iustis sin, FM v 1736.3 . ag teacht fá thuairim na comh-
dhála soin, Keat. iii 1319 . In drinking healths to: fá
thuairim Éireann déanam ólachán, Hackett vii 4 . súd fa
thuairim sláinte | chúil álainn, ITS xvii 153.844 . About,
approximately: fa tuairim na háimsire sin, Geneal. Tracts
10 i 8.6 . go rangattar fó thuairim ceithre mile don bhaile,
FM vi 1950.16 . In other senses: brón Tatha fad thuaraim-
se `Thaddeus's sorrow for thee,' Dán Dé xv 25 . ro aithnigh
gur fá thuairim troda ... ro bhá sé that he was intent on
fighting
, Oss. iii 90.y . rochoduil fan tuairim cétna `schlaf
15ein nach solcher Vorbereitung
' (of a warrior going to sleep
surrounded by his arms), ZCP xiii 223.2 . geirr-theagasga
... re haghaidh tionsgontóirigheadh, ┐ go mormhór re
haghaidh leanabh air a gcláirín, no fá'n tuairim sin and the
like
, Donl. iv 8.
20(d) With other prepp.: druidim n-a cruinn-tuairim `to
go up close to her
,' E. O'Rahilly iv 13 . sgél dearbh adér
red thuairim about thee, L.Cl.A.Buidhe 216.33 . do fháiltigh
talamh re na thuairim-siomh mar sin `the earth welcomed
him
,' ML 98.9 .