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? tuilldech adj bith trom t. ¤ diambebtar, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr.
i 52.5 . tuidhl-, v.l.,= taithlech ?

tuille n iā, f. (toll) hollowness: co tuilli oile `with hollow
jowls
,' CCath. 4023 . ? mas tuilli no riascaidi ro bui is in
5etach, O'C. 2131 ( H. 4. 22, 86½ ). See tuillide.

tuilled n o, m. vn. of do-lína. In Mod. Ir. somet. tuille, SG
273.3 . ML 184.13 . tuilleamh, 1 Chron. xxix 3 (by confusion
with tuillem, q.v.). pl. tuillti, Cóir Anm. 70 (316.z) . IGT
Verbs § 71.
10(a) act of increasing, adding to: ni relic Dia Dauid dil |
do th. ¤ int slúagaid sin to add to the number of that host, SR
6430 . ni thechta duinne t. ¤ noibscreptra dianechtair `it
does not behove us to add to the Holy Scripture from with-
out
,' Hib. Min. 408 . dogniat arale immurgo guchoibsenae
15do thuildiud inda ldeth fadesin do tormuch pende foraib
┐ ni coir son, Mon. Tall. 153.1 .
(b) increase, additional quantity, supplement: A. ...
doróine in t. ¤ .i. a secundo uersu usque In finem laudis ,
Fél.² clvii 39 . muine airbiatar chuice in tuilledh `wenn
20ihm die `Zufüllung' nicht in Naturalleistungen geliefert
worden ist
,' ZCP xv 240 § 3 (perh. leg. tuillem, Thurn. p.
241 ). cen tulled cen dígbáil with nothing added or deducted,
LU 2548 . a n-umalóit do dénum cen t. ¤ cen dígbail, PH 5094 .
co fagba t. ¤ `somewhat more,' Met. Dinds. iv 362.152 . am
25tuillidh do char 'n-a gceann it is time to add to them, Aithd.D.
17.9 . deich cét toin can cleith ar ceal | fichi cét toin a
tuillead (=i t. ¤ in addition ?), Lec. 1721a28 . fer tuillid
(name of a drinking-cup), SG 97.33 .
Introducing an additional paragraph or section: tuil-
30leadh dod chéibh ... | uaim, a Aodh (introducing additional
stanzas after dúnadh), DDána 84.46 . tuig tuille leat a
leughthoir, MS. Mat. 583.3 . tuilleamh fós, 1 Chron. xxix 3.
In phrase co t. ¤ and more: na briathra-sa co t. ¤ , PH 1691 .
fri re bliadhna co ttuilleadh, FM ii 858.y . in saethar sin
35cona thuilledh, Aen. 871 . Note also: Amentes se seacht a
shel | a tri rotheacht dia thuillead in addition (?), Lec.
27vb6 . ni bia acht nos do thuillead dam it will be merely
additional reputation for me
(?), 212vb6 .
(c) With follg. gen.: t. ¤ péne, LU 2098 . a th. ¤ nua-
40pheccaid (of the body), PH 8227 . ? tuille cloinne flatha
Fail | Maolfuad, LL 394.28 . atá teaghlach a thighe | ar
tí tuillidh muinntire, Dán Dé xxi 29 . cuiridh eagla Dé
tuilleadh laithe = timor Domini apponet dies, TSh. 2678 .
do chum tuillidh neamhdhiághachda, 2 Tim. ii 16 . In
45phrase t. ¤ anma an additional name, cognomen: tuccad t. ¤
anma fair .i. Abraham, PH 5680 . ba Forann tuilleadh
anma gach righ Eighipht, BB 18a55 . Cf. tuc sua mater
(sic leg.) tre báide t. ¤ sillaibe fris (expl. of name Conandil=
Cona+dil), Fel.² lxii 24 .
50(d) Folld. by various prepositions. With ar: atá in
cnocc ... | cen t. ¤ air ar airde `without addition to its height,'
Met. Dinds. iii 46.82 . ēnrēd de nī theisteobha, | t. ¤ air nocho
bīa, ZCP vii 302.31 . tuilledh ar trí mhíle, FM ii 664.12 .
tuilleadh ar thrí céd fer, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 9.9 . With de
55 more of: cuiream t. ¤ innar longaib do shétaib, Mer. Uil. 44 .
tuillead do cloind A., Lec. 219ra18 . tuilleadh ... d'alladh,
Aithd.D. 11.21 . tuilledh dia míorbhuilibh, BNnÉ 121.4 .
With do: comadh tuilledh dia h-alladh, BB 351a7 . Cf.
Met. Dinds. i 6.12 . With fri: tuilledh fris `an addition
60should be made to it
,' Laws i 278.20 Comm. tuilleadh ré,
DDána 13.2 . tuilleadh re ceud bliadhain o shoin, Donl. v 8 .
With la: tuilleadh le toirse, Aithd.D. 3.6 . gach uile ni ...
┐ tuille leo, MS. Mat. 658.3 . gach ní dar cuir in papa do t. ¤
leis na haithfrenaibh `every addition ... to the masses,'
65 Maund. 269.
(e) With ocus: atá tuilledh is ar thuirmes `more than
I have recounted
,' Studies 1920, 418.59 . tuilledh ┐ da ced,
St. Ercuil 1491 . tuilledh 'sar luaidh sinn still more than we
have mentioned
, BNnÉ 249 § 203 . t. ¤ ┐ coictigis, Ann. Conn.
70 1409.8 .

tuillem n u and o, m. vn. of do-slí. Frequ. spelt tuilled. m.,
IGT Decl. § 101 . tuillimh, f., § 150 (dá tuillimh: sin, DDána
20.6 ). tuileamhain, f., § 37 . Verbs § 71 , §72 , 73 .
(a) act of earning, meriting, deserving: oc tuildem a
75mbendachtan, Mon. Tall. 136.25 . ac tuilliud óen-bó is
óen-bruit, Met. Dinds. iii 310.92 . bennachtu Ulad i n-óen-
baile da th. ¤ , MU² 241 . ? rostib tond cen t. ¤ te | nir bo
thuilled comraichne, LL 165a3 . do thuillemh tūarastoil,
ZCP viii 116.22 . nó cor líon toirse ... é fóna légend d'fácbáil
80┐ im thuilleam doróine Ciarán fair `as well as for much good
that Kieran had done for him
,' SG 51.34 (leg. tuilled ?).
ag tuilliodh gráine, Studies 1918, 617 § 3 . roinneas cothram
do réir tuilimh `according to merit,' Oss. iv 122.23 . lá fhir
thuarastail do thuilleamh =dies mercenarii, TSh. 2781 .
85 gan a dhiomdha do thuilleamhoin, Desid. 5962 . chum
aoibhnis ... do thuilleadh dhúinn, Donl. 34.23 .
(b) that which is earned, wages, stipend, reward, revenue:
i t. ¤ do febe `for the fee of thine art,' Laws i 156.x . t. ¤ ministri
`Verdienst des Reliquiars,' Cóic Con. Fug. 21 § 16 = t. ¤ menis-
trech, 55 § 127 ( Laws v 264.14 ). See meinistir. t. ¤ bathais
5┐ comnae, ZCP xiii 20.21 . t. ¤ tāil ... t. ¤ tarngair ... t. ¤ linchuir,
21.8 . See Bürgschaft 7 § 8 , 8 § 13 . cet tuilleam a dana
`the first earning of his art,' Laws ii 348.27 Comm. ? na
tuille .i. dana, O'C. 506 ( H. 3.18, 257 ). ar log ┐ ar t. ¤ saegulla,
PH 4585 . trían cech thuillme na cána sa do Día a third of
10the revenue of this law
, Ériu ii 210.8 . acht cid maith in
ceard gaiscid | bec tuillim is mór n-aistir the earnings are
small
, SG 52.3 . ceud amhas do bhí aige ar thuilliomh ┐ ar
thuarasdal, Oss. iii 146.26 . gur do na daoinuibh dob
[fh]earr fō thuilleadh ┐ fā t[h]uarustal ... tū one of the most
15generous payers of wages
, Feis TC 328 . go mbí súil aige ré
tuilleamh ┐ ré tuarastal d'fhagháil, TSh. 1140 . do thuil-
leamh meirdrighe, Micah i 7.
(c) In phrase aes, lucht tuillmhe wage-earners, hirelings,
mercenaries: ar aos tuillmhe 's tréan-aisdir, Content. xxviii
2051 . lucht tuillmhe Banbha na mbeann, TD 20.45 . an lucht
tuillimh ┐ tuarastail, TSh. 4236 . lucht tuillmhe, Maguires
of F. 41.21 .
(d) In phrase t. ¤ buide fri act of currying favour with,
paying court to, adulation . See O'Rahilly, ZCP xvii 206 ff.
25for further exx.: honaib tullemaib buide són gl. adula-
tionibus, Ml 39d18 . is in tuilem bude gl. in gratiam, 72c15 .
ar fhírth. ¤ ṁbuide | fri Íssu `truly to win the favour of
Jesus
' (O'Rahilly), Fél. Prol. 55 . gé tú 'n-a thuilleamh
buidhe `I strive to please,' Aithd.D. 10.4 . im' thuilleamh
30buidhe do bhíodh | gach rí, TD 14.23 . ní bhia tuille buidhe
rinn `none any more will court my favour,' O'Gr. Cat. 523.21
= Measgra D. 72.9 . dognítís t. ¤ buide friss ar mbreith a
mbuar, SG 49.13 . dol rempa ina remim imteachta gan
tuilleadh buidhe re hesccaraitt da raibh rempa, FM iv
351124.8 . cach aen nech do beith a n-a thuilleadh-muidhi
`everyone to be under obligation to them,' De Contemptu
1898 . a comhurtha tuillimbuidhi ┐ umhlachta, Smaointe
B. Chr. 1381 . Cf. co ... tuillmechmbuighi, 3913 . ar bhuidh-
eachas na Níudaigheadh dho thuilleamhuin, Acts xxiv 27
40(see ZCP xvii 211 - 12 ).
(e) In phr. t. ¤ éccraite (fri) to incur (the) hostility (of):
nirbo latsu tollem écraite, LU 5128 = tuilled ēcraide, TBC²
644 . tullem ecraiti frib a tind hi tend, LU 8980 ( FB 73 ).