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85 tuiledach n o, m.(tuilide) (a) bastard, fatherless child: dorinde
se rithim dána andsin, ┐ "Duan na Tuiledhach" a hainm
(a woman had attempted to father a child on Colum Cille),
BCC 380.1 . tosach na Duaine sin na Tuileadhuch .i. `Mac
nach lem, liter orm-sa,' 380.16 (see ZCP viii 561 ). See
tuilide. (b) one belonging to another race and having no
5legal claim to rank, interloper, usurper: ar Uíbh Muireadh-
aigh a-muigh | ní tuileadhaigh Uí Thuathoil (i.e. are rightful
kings over), Top. Poems² 876.

? tuilged nPerh. a by-form of tailciud, q.v. (Plummer MS.
notes suggests vn. from *to-leg- act of melting, dissolving ):
10 t. ¤ inna nder `dropping down of tears,' Ériu ii 136 § 120 .
comorcuin na secht nime oc t. ¤ tria gaetha teined `being
thrown down
,' 138 § 136 .

tuilgein xsee tuirigin.

? tuilgos x conrici forcuisin t. ¤ di sleib, Thes. ii 238.7 .

15 1 tuilid v i (tuile) flows, floods, wells: in muir ní thuiled
tairse, Met. Dinds. iv 226 Tráig Th. ¤ 10 . ro thuil ind abhann
ríu, Acall. 3409 . gur thuil lind n-uaibrig n-aignid | an
gruaidhghil bind brágaitghil ` flooded ,' Ériu iv 214 § 7 . gach
tonn dá ttuil, Studies 1921, 76 § 25 . anuair thuiles an
20sruth sin `when this river rises,' Maund. 188 . Of blood:
a dtuil tré thélach a chnis (of the pelican), O'Gr. Cat. 461.19.
ar thuil ... don fhuil uasail, PBocht 10.43 . fá fhuil Chuinn
mar do-chuamar, | do thuil ina tuinn náraigh, RC xlix
170 § 13. Med.: ni thuillionn an mhéid as lór don bainne
25isna cíchibh bega, 3 C 22, 201b31 . Of feelings: sul thuileas
mo thonn fheirge | do ghríosadh do ghruaidhleirge, DDána
101.2 . an uair thuilfeas a thonn feirge, PBocht 8.22 . do
thuil an tonn grádh ... fó mo chroidhe, ITS i 84.y . mar do
thuil an tráth nóna | ní tráth córa d'fhuil Éabha when
30evening has descended
(?), DDána 24.6 . sgíath chumhduigh
don toigh ó ar thuil to the house from which he is descended,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 140.39 .

2 tuilid v(cf. tuil) sleeps, falls asleep . (a) With subject (?)
cotlud, tairthim: toilis a thromthairthim cotulta fair,
35 TBC 3289 . adbol in cotlud romthol | dam im ligi cen
labrad, LL 376b38 .
(b) With follg. accus. cotlud, súan, etc.: tuilsitir mo
derca súan (sic leg.), IT i 162.3 (.i. da chotlatar, gloss).
coro tholiur mo thromthairthim súain ┐ chotulta, TBC
40 3286 . cona tuilset in Gréic in n-áidchisin a slanchotlud,
TTr.² 1221 . co rotuil súan, RC xv 433.7 . ní ro thuil a
shuantathamh, FM v 1616.20 . go ro thuilsiot a suan toirr-
chim, vi 2098.22 . Bile Chille Lughaidhe | i tuilim súan
sáimh, Buile S. 76.14 .
45(c) Absolute use: tuil .i. on chodlad, tuilis .i. codlais.
tuillseadar .i. do chodlodar, O'Cl. an lind for (=fōr) thuil
tú, BColm. 16.26 . no thuiled leo cach aidhche | a mbuir-
each, BB 403a13 . tuilfitis slóig in betha | ria nglóir, Met.
Dinds. iii 190.21 . dothuill 'na suan `fell asleep,' RC xvi
5031.x . ro tuilset na slóigh ... lasin tai moir sin, CCath. 4365 .
ro thuil becan, Études Celt. i 84.31 .

tuilide n[io,m.] (a) bastard, orphan, foundling: t. ¤ .i. mac
tabartais, Lec. Gl. 228 (see tabart(h)as). rádh n-ainbeach
.i. radh is aneimech lais do radhadh ris .i. leasainm, no a
55 tuiliche (v s. ?), O'C. 457 ( H. 3.18, 243a ). forath (?) imderga
mic ecailsi .i. tuilithe do radh reis, O'C. 2492 ( Eg. 88 fo. 40 (41)a ).
a th. ¤ , ar se, is mor in gnim dorignis mo imdergad (Priam
addresses Pyrrhus), BB 443b26 . co n-ebrad rim mo bith
im thurcaire thuilighi can fis m'athar no mo mathar `a
60bastard waif
,' TTebe 120 . Cf. duilighthi, 4596 . n p. seubh-
deasboig ┐ tuilighthe ar na habsttaloibh `spurious suc-
cessors
' (Gloss.), Desid. 3773 . g p. tréad tuilighthe tollair-
bheach gan taoiseach a flock of defenceless, leaderless
orphans
(?), TSh. 6617.
65(b) one belonging to another race, and therefore not having
a legitimate claim to rank, interloper, usurper: ba tuilithe
aca é, uair do Ciarraidhibh Luachra a bhunadh `they
regarded him as illegitimate
,' TFrag. 184.17 . im amus
ceneoil do denam de ... no tuilithe do radh ris, Laws i
70192.5 Comm. (see also under (a)). ? dibergaidh .i. tuilid-
ghithi, O'C. 476 ( H 3. 18, 248 ). grádh tachartha is tuilidhe
love for a stray and a foreigner, Dánta Gr.² 56.31 (cf. ainbh-
fine, 35 , and Laoithe Cumainn s.v. tuilidhe and Uilliam).

tuilidecht n ā, f. (tuilide) (a) bastardy: t. ¤ .i. tabartus, Stowe
75Gl. 129 . gach gnim a fuil eneclann .i. tuillidhacht, ┐ futhacht
(=fuichecht), ┐ claim, ┐ leime ..., O'C. 1846 ( 23 Q 6, 50b ).
ocht sarbriathra ... | i ndlegur lanlog enech | ... | t. ¤ no
talmaidecht, Cóic Con. Fug. 35 § 39.
(b) illegality, lack of legal claim resulting from membership
80of a different race (?): imamus ceneoil .i. a ermhaimsibadh (?)
do cum ceneoil aile. A tuilidhecht asedh fasas deisidhe,
O'C. 457 ( H. 3.18, 243a ).

tuiligid v(tuile) flows: tuileochuid uisge a náit fholuighthe,
Is. xxviii 17 . Cf. tuiligh [Féil] i gCasán (two rivers), TD
85 34.7 (leg. tuilighidh ? tuilidh ?). Vn. sruth ag tuilíughadh ,
Prov. xviii 4.