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túathus (túaid) adv. in the north: iarus fis, tūathus cath,
airthius blāth, desus forthus flaith, Ériu iv 162.6 =tuadus,
146.5 =tūaidsius, Corm. Y 789.

tubáille xsee tuáille.

5 tuba n[tubae io, n.]. Also tubad, see tubaid. Vn. of do-ben.
IGT Decl. § 3 (44.23) . Verbs § 74 . (a) cutting, digging: t. ¤
rama `cutting for a spade,' Laws v 486.18 .i. tu-eipi .i. eipi
i tai adbur coisi in rama, 488.23 Comm. t .i. tochailt, ut
est t. ¤ tíre .i. fóit do bhuain ás, O'Dav. 1513. Cf. and fail
10fo tháth fo th. ¤ | a ráth `close covered by the sod,' Met. Dinds.
iii 240.15 .
(b) attacking, assailing; attack, onslaught: tucusttair
tumha dícle ... uadho dia chois, ZCP x 292.24 . slúag
teichthech iarna t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 84.71 . ar tuinn t. ¤ (.i.
15debtha) `gegen die Woge der Anfeindung,' ZCP xvii 266.13 .
fuair in cing a thubha thair | i cath cind Bugha, BB 58b15 .
nirbo turrac gan tubha, CCath. 5797 . geib lúirig rot-
mela | nár máided do th. ¤ , SG 117.10 . curaid nár tláith re
tuibi (: Bertraigi), Hy Fiachr. 250.3 . i dtráth tugha in time
20of strife
(?), DDána 82.42 . d'aithle thugha gach Ghoill
ghlais, 91.26 . mór tubha bhar dteagbhála `great is the
overthrow of your attack
,' Content. x 24 . mo thubha le
tár mbriathar to assail me with verbal abuse, Studies 1929,
80 § 8 .
25(c) reproaching, accusing, imputing: dula don eclais |
cinnus ata cen t. ¤ ? `without cavil,' Ériu v 20.28 . mic endga
... .i. mic nemurcoidech gin cond ... .i. dia munadh fasta
in tegcodnach logh enech im scuithi co cenn a secht mblia-
dhan gin tubha fris, ┐ mad tuba fris ni fastann acht na tri
30briathra ... fasta logh enech im scuithi othá a secht deg
amach cia dentar a tubha fris gin co dentar, O'C. 2431
( Eg. 88 fo. 35 (36)a ). ? fuichi do t. ¤ re nech, | do ni ogul
don airech, O'C. 1191 ( H. 3.18, 474a ). isin t. ¤ nainme do
rigned re Fergus, Laws i 68.16 Comm. ó taoi re tubha ar
35gcomhráidh `since you will contest my assertions,' Content.
vi 103 . sinn as tírse gar dtugha `when I am rejected in
this land
,' Aithd.D. 48.19 . do bhi an t-anum ... ag tubha
gach uile (leg. uilc ?) da ndernad se fein riamh ris, Aisl.
Tund. 125.35 . ro pad t. ¤ ... da bar tuathaib, MR 150 22.
40(d) In phrase t. ¤ i n-agaidh lit. frontal attack (?). Usually
in fig. sense accusation, refutation, condemnation. Cf. oc
t. ¤ h'uilc ... it agaid, PH 8230 . ic a th. ¤ i t'agaid amal ro-
sáraigis in coimdiu, 8265 . tigthear dá tubha i n-aghaidh |
ón chlí féin 's na foraraibh `an attack is made on her' (the
45soul), Timthire viii 1918, 12 § 19 . bréag do thubha i n-
aghaidh ruibh `to refute your falsehoods', Content. xvii 7 .
dá thugha i n-aghaidh `two frontal attacks' (notes), Aithd.D.
50.19 . ní linn Mumha ní leann Laighin | gearr bhus tubha
án aghaidh ann, cited Aithd.D. 50.19 n. ná tuig nach
50tuga i n-aghaidh | beith i gCraobhruadh Ch., L.Cl.A.Buidhe
63.121 . dorindetur sin mórán tugha anagaid air ┐ fhon-
ámhait fói, Maund. 16.
(e) showing, proving, setting forth (?): tubha .i. taisbénadh,
O'Cl. bertur na cuic seoit sin fri faithe diubh so dia tubha
55fri fiadhnuibh cu ngebud a fuaslucudh dia tista do thabhuirt
dlighedh do `to show before witnesses that he would accept
of a ransom
,' Laws ii 16.31 Comm. ic tuba ┐ ic taiselbad
a uilc, MR 298.5 .

tubaid v(tuba) (a) touches, causes to touch or come in contact
60with: co r-gabus bend etaig Ísu, ┐ ro-thumas frim he, PH
2793 . dar thum a bhos san bhratach, Rel. Celt. ii 292.23
(tummaid ?). ar rochtain an chairthe dóibh, do thubhadar
a n-éadaighe uile fris, ┐ do rinneadh sgárlóid díobh, GJ
xix 102.34 (see note). ? atamtasa formach ruisc | fégi ni
65thuband rá ni | in oen and dar lium sa do | na do indar
lium sa tri, LB 89 marg. inf.
(b) reproaches, accuses, imputes: tubhtar .i. cinnter, ut est.
Atait teora ailche fris benar ... cach moladh .i. a tri ata
urderca no ata tairismech fris tubenar .i. is friu tubhair,
70 O'C. 79 ( H. 3.18, 61b ). ? mas iar na ecc ra tubait ris,
cach set irraibi lan do ina beathaidh, is a leth do iar
na éccaibh, O'Don. 2311 ( Rawl. B 506, 31c ). gabais toirsi,
┐ tuba a ainim fris in rig `reproached the king with
his blemish
,' Laws i 74.1 Comm. (leg. tubais ?). feib rostub
75a dag-fher `reproached her,' Met. Dinds. iii 368.39 . na
rothubtís amirsig friu fuil ... duine do chathium, Todd
Lect. vi 19.10 . cach olcc ... do fhitir ar cach fer ... ro
thubh ina aghaid, Acall. 4965 . rothubh ri Hua-Figennte
frind `has opposed us,' Lism.L. 2255 (Mac T. had objected
80to Senán's living in his country). ris nar tubhadh ní budh
náir, PBocht 13.24 . an triath nar tubhadh, DDána 35.6 .
? lamh nár tughadh (`hand that fails not'), Rel. Celt. ii 264.11 .
? d'ulc na sgél tubhadh treabhthach, L.Cl.A. Buidhe 254.63 .
Vn. tubad (see tuba) (a) tubadh sloig fo mendad `the
85attack of a host upon the house
,' Laws i 266.20 =turbad,
O'Don. 134 ( H. 3. 17, col. 112 ). cuiris a chletín curad |
trem cholainn don chéttubadh at the first thrust, Anecd. i
37 § 99 v.l. (b) beith glan gan locht do dligfi duine ag
tubadh uilc fri raile =criminosus criminosum accusare non
potest, O'C. 675 ( H. 3.18, 329 ) = O'Don. 543 ( H. 3. 17, col.
5435 ). t. ¤ n-ainme, Laws v 234.12 Comm. iar ttubhadh
dóibhsiumh a neccraitis ┐ a nanffolaidh fris having reproached
him with hostility to them
, FM v 1618.5 . ? cach rūn co t. ¤
`every knowledge with proof,' ZCP xvii 58 § 72 = Arch. iii
228 § 72 (see tuba (e)).
10See also under tomaid.