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50 tucait n ī, f. (to—acc—, see Ped. ii 48 ). cause, reason: (a)
`tugaid' adhbhar a dhenmha, Met. Gl. 26 § 27 . tuccaid .i.
adhbhar, O'Cl. = Lec. Gl. 9 . Cf. t. ¤ .i. cosmailiuss, O'C.
1463 ( H. 3.18, 650b ). t. ¤ gl. causa, Ml 58c13 . t. ¤ immorro
fo dera (of the occasion of the writing of a book), Fél. 2.23 .
55 t. ¤ lānfiachach `Verschuldung (des Todes),' ZCP xv 350.6 .
do cinta tucaite annso instigation (?), O'Don. 577 ( H. 3. 17,
col. 443 ) = O'C. 2260 ( Eg. 88, 19 (20)b ). ceithri anmand
cinath conlat ar diuit: t. ¤ , ag, acais, etgid, O'Mulc. 456 .
Cf. is e cuit na tugaiti gach neich dibsin `the underlying
60ground, the common character of all these cases
' (Plummer
MS. notes), O'C. 1763 ( 23 Q 6, 36a ). cuis nétens (=nitens),
in tugait taithneamach, O'Dav. 552. t. ¤ , ar rochtain ríchid
dó féin (Amra Choluim Chille), LU 296 . caide loc ┐ aimsear
┐ perso ┐ tugait din Gaedelg ? Auraic. 36 . cén nách tuccait
65itir acht do gaitt a n-athardha foraibh, FM vi 1998.y .
(b) With follg. clause introduced by prep. With ar:
trí tucaite ... ara tanic C. ... i nHérind, LU 297 . cia t. ¤ ara
n-ebarar bérla tebige ? Arch. iii 247.5 . cethri tucaite ara
tiaghar do chrois, ZCP v 498.16 . Cf. conid ar in t. ¤ sin
70rachúaid in rigan ... dochum in denna, TTr. 1025 . With
fri: titulus de fursandvd na tucaiti ... frisa rochet in psalmb,
Hib. Min. 268 . With ó: nicon gainedar ní ó thucidib
écsamlib `by unlike causes,' Acr. 12b1 . With tre: tucaitt
tresa ttangattar na hairrdhena, Buile S. 2.4 .
75(c) With follg. gen. (usually of vn.): is é ... tuccait a
dénma (of a hymn), Thes. ii 298.27 . t. ¤ innarba na nDessi,
LU 4335 . a tucaid sgrībinn the cause of writing it, Arch.
iii 3.6 . t. ¤ fhagbála in fesa do Finn, RC vi 191.3 . t. ¤ catha
Muige Rath, MR 86.7 . With vn. construction: is sí t. ¤
80in charpaitt do breith co F., Trip.² 2857.
(d) In phrase ar th. ¤ for reasons of, for the sake of: ciped
dognem ar th. ¤ ... molta ho duinib, Ériu vii 174.1 . acht na
ndenaid min-ughdair ... ar th. ¤ a nderscnaighthi seach na
n-ughdaru toisseacha `as a means of distinguishing them-
85selves
,' Auraic. 58 . co tuc in file `be' fris ar t. ¤ mbinniusa
(insertion of b in word gabar) for reasons of euphony, 634 .
ar thuccait onóra dona rioghaibh ind sin (the giving of the
name Pharaoh), Leb. Gab. 228.15 .

tucbáil xsee tocbáil.

tucht n m. See ZCP ix 56 . Thurn. Gramm. p. 161. I (a) form,
5 shape, appearance, beauty: `t. ¤ ' gach gné, Met. Gl. 19 § 59 .
`t. ¤ ' gne, 24 § 16. t. ¤ .i. cruth, no toghaidhi, no caemda,
O'C. 1326 ( H. 3.18, 609a ). a Eua truag, cen t. ¤ ṅdil, SR 1713 .
cumal brond ar th. ¤ ┐ forbairt `for grace and swelling,' Laws
iv 362.3 . samail a dealba ... | fri goir ngreni glaine ... |
10is fris samlaim a caemt. ¤ `thereto I liken her beauteous shape,'
Auraic. 563 . ar t. ¤ an cía (.i. gné), ZCP v 484 § 7 = ar chucht
in chia, iii 378.16 (B. na f.).
(b) manner, method: t. ¤ a (n)imroma, Snedgus u. Mac R.
10 § 17 . t. ¤ nat coire ro clos | fri forceann flatha `a form
15... for the ending of chieftaincy
,' Laws ii 314.26 Comm.
II (a) As conj. as, in the way in which: t. ¤ rondliged,
Arch. iii 295 § 29 . is éol dam t. ¤ roduced, Ériu iv 136.2 .
t. ¤ arandálfarsa, TBFr. 193 . t. ¤ dunrími, LL 35b41 . im righ
Teamhra t. ¤ ita, BR 24.9 . Cf. ní fes cecip t. ¤ i tudchaidh fa
20fo síth nó fo eisíth, FM iii 286.3 . Perh. also when, at the time
that: iarna grísad dond araid t. ¤ imruláith in Líath Macha,
LU 8575 . Cf. tucht .i. trath, O'C. 966 ( H. 3.18, 416 ),
and tucht .i. trath no aimsear, O'Cl., both citing this ex.
See under (b).
25(b) In adv. phrase in t. ¤ sin, sa in that, in this way, so: órdd
isnaib retaib in t. ¤ sin, Acr. 8b1 . cóic sheóit ... co fo thrí in
t. ¤ sin, Críth Gabl. 293 . is in tucht so confodlat a trene
` accordingly ,' Laws ii 362.26 . Cf. aurbiath flatha ..., is
ruidles le Fene, cia t. ¤ side ? ZCP xiii 19.33 , `wieso das ?'
30 Bürgsch. 6 § 2 . a intsāthud in t. ¤ sa, TBC² 321 . no antais
eter cach dá tráth in t. ¤ sin, LU 10966 . a mbassa ic feghad
an mara in ducht sin, RC x 84.9 . o ro shiodhaigh Iarla ...
fri hua N. an t. ¤ sin, FM vi 2138.10 . Also prob. then, at that
time: issé ... ba rí ... in t. ¤ sin, LU 4216 . is and boi Oengus
35ic dígail gressi ceneoil ... in t. ¤ sin, 4345 . ? Cf. 1789 .
(c) In SR in cheville cach th. ¤ in every way (?): robái fri
feba cach th. ¤ | a ben Eua fri aiducht, SR 2027 . cain adrann
cach t. ¤ rothecht, 2919 . in primaltoir ... | cech th. ¤ fo
ardbilib óir, 4267 . luid Saul cech th. ¤ iar mbrath | co rágaib
40lucht na cathrach, 6201 . Cf. scēla i n-ecna as (=ós) cach
th. ¤ | ocus spirut i n-intliucht, Arch. iii 223.15 .

tuchtach adj o, ā (tucht) fair, beautiful, graceful: co ṅingenraid
thuchtaig, Fél. July 21 .i. cumthachtaig .i. coemda no
cruthaig no togaide .i. coemtucht, Fél.² cxiv 12 . Cf. O'Cl.
45 macaem t. ¤ find, RC v 199 § 9 . maccōem t. ¤ , TBC² 1179 .
t. ¤ a tlacht, Anecd. i 60 § 83 . t. ¤ duine, IT i 78.24 . scéla
derba a ndí ingin t. ¤ díne, LL 35b43 .

tucsaoit n(pl. ?) (Engl. loanwd. For treatment of initial cf.
taiste, talla.) hogshead(s): ēn chēd dēg tucsaoit fhīna, Fl.
50Earls 82.8 .

? tudaig ind lan (sc. eneclainne) a fis ┐ leth a namfis, ┐ trian a t. ¤ ,
┐ ceathrume a neasba, O'C. 295 ( H. 3.18, 162 ).

? tudchaisin n in fail i t. ¤ no remfaistini acaib `in prediction ,'
MU 40.16 . Watson, MU² Gloss. , suggests turchantain.
55 Cf. todochaide, tuidchisse ?

túdmaire n iā, f. (túthmar) odour, smell: air is mor a t. ¤ side
gl. casia, Ml 65c9 .

? tudomain ind ni bi laeg fothla na tothla (na tothla) na t. ¤ ,
O'C. 251 ( H. 3.18, 145b ).

60 tudrach n(see Todd Lect. iv 179 ) vn. of *do-dúrig. In Laws
tuidrech (if same wd.). (a) act of exciting, irritating: t. ¤
gl. irritamen, Sg. 54a4 . fri t. ¤ in domain `against the incite-
ment of the world
,' Fél. Ep. 329.
(b) In Laws in phrase tuidrech fola blood-letting: aithgin
65on midach ... ma tuidrech fola cen gabail trebuiri, Laws iii 320.x
Comm. tuidhrech fola in midaig techta .i. is ollum in uair
do teilc in fuil midhach, v 146.13 Comm. slan do midach
techta tuidrech fola, 488.5 Comm.
Cf. toidriuch.

70 tudrachtae adj io, iā part. of do-dúrig excited: in tudrachtai
gl. irrit[at]i, Ml 135b3 .

tudrachtaid n i (do-dúrig, tudrach) exciter, harlot: mertrech
no t. ¤ nó ben imtha .i. arindí dodúrget inna firu do áetrud
friu, nó do debuid gl. pellex, Sg. 68b9 . t. ¤ gl. pellax, 60b11 .
75 tudraichthid, 38b7 .

tudrachti gerund. of do-dúrig to be excited: bed tudrachti
.i. bed chuintechti són ` to be enticed ' gl. ad elicendam
missericordiam Dei, Ml 93a8

tugae, tuige n[iā,f.] Later also as dental stem. vn. of tui-
80githir
. See ZCP ix 22 . Ériu iii 59 . IGT Decl. § 3 , § 4 . Verbs
§ 74 . tugha .i. tuighe , O'Cl.
I (a) act of covering: na gurtu aipchi ac tuigi an oilen,
RC xxvi 160.29 . mind órbuide ica thuighi don toep amuic,
TBC 2715 v.l. co n-greann-mothraib ... | ic t. ¤ ... | a n-gruad,
85 MR 184.24 .
(b) cover, covering, protection: luid fo thalmain tubai
`went under ground to a shelter,' Fél. June 6 (tugai, tuighi,
v.l.). is de atá Áth Tamuin ┐ Tuga im Thamun (Ailill's
crown had been placed on T.'s head), LU 6673 . ba flaith,
ba fialtoga[e] (sic leg. ?) | for īath nĒrenn n-uile `a generous
5shelter
,' ZCP xii 436 § 1 . sciath ... | cona thugi dublethair,
RC xiv 404.17 . iar ndeirgail a tuiged di, ... cid tuige cid
arbur (of malt), Laws ii 240.x Comm. cen tene cen tugaid
bedcovering (?), LB 33 marg. sup. tuighe re dtéighid fúair-
chnis (.i. clúmh, note), L.Cl.A.Buidhe 184.106 . mad Gall tí
10fa tuighi n-iairn in armour , IGT Decl. ex. 373 . cona tuighi
do clet[h]coilltibh aigh (of warriors), CCath. 4980 . tuige
in chatha 's a thégor (of warriors), MR 162.15 .
II (a) act of roofing or covering a house, thatching: roscáig
dóibseom tuga a sosta, LU 4628 . tuga co fúatchai `thatching
15with stolen things
,' Triads 140 . tech ... | īarna thugaid
d'imm, Aisl. MC 67.17 . in aentech ... iarna nuadhenum
arna tuighi do eitib én find, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 42.31 .
do thuighi gach easdaidh úir, IGT Decl. ex. 248 . an talla
sin do thuighe do édach uasal, L. Chl. Suibhne 8.19 .
20(b) thatch, roof: ollmas fu thocaid tugaib `under roofs
of fortune
,' Thes. ii 295.3 . ba tuga slinned boí fair dianech-
tair, TBFr. 77 . cach teg ara rabi tuigi i Temair, MU² 497 .
tond mo tugi tracht mo fraig the wave is my roof, the strand
my wall
, LU 2974 . na fian-fhlescaig fo thuga (sic leg.)
25` roofed ,' Met. Dinds. iii 112.31 . cōel fo tuighib d'itib én
(of a house), ZCP viii 108.14 . in damliag mása tuige slinnedh
fuil air ... mása tuige aíne fil air, O'Don. 916 ( H. 3. 17,
col. 653 ). teach gan tughaidh, DDána 81.34 . ór-thuighe
puirt Parrthais `the gold-roofed palace,' A. Ó Dálaigh xxvi 9.
30 is amlaid ... fuaratar a tech gan tuigid gan técar, SG 319.14 .
(c) thatching material, straw: stramen tuighe, Ir. Gl.
994 . tuighe ` fodder ,' Eg. Gl. 581 . bó i mbeirt ┐ aithg[e]in
tuige straw , Críth Gabl. 213 . dlui tuighe bíus (bis) eturru
┐ a brog `wisp of straw,' Laws i 300.23 Comm. ócláig imda
35isna cliabaib sin ┐ tuige ós a cennaib (i.e. in order to hide
them), SG 375.15 . dornn do thuige `a fist-full of straw,'
Ériu v 24.y . tuighi tugha (na leapa), IGT Decl. § 4 (cf.
I (b) ?). ni bidh tugha ... fui isin lepaid sin, CCath. 2909 .
nír léiccsiot fér, arbhar ... tuighe no teine do shaighidh
40champa an Iustis, FM vi 2280.20 . tuighe ┐ bheatha go
lór ┐ áit lóistín, Gen. xxiv 25 . úghdar na heibisdili tuighe
ghairios [Lutéir] don apsdal S. Sem the author of the straw
epistle
, MacAingil 474.14 .
III In phrase tuige tuilche, see under tulach.