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tuiredach adj o, ā (1 tuir) (a) pillared: macc dreitill tigei
tuiredaig, ZCP xii 362.12 (or of the house of a lord, as in
(b) ?). hi tre[i]b tuireadoigh `in a pillared house,' FM i
230.6 . Of a country: résiu ro marbsat in ríg | ina thír t
5thall (: Muiredach), SG ii 463.5 = Rawl. 138a8 .
(b) lordly, powerful: nir garb ciar th. ¤ trén, LL 32b31 .
fhir thuredaig treoraig theind, RC xlvii 305.3 . As subst.
lord, ruler: ráiter ón t. ¤ tailc | ó Muiredach `from the stout
pillar
,' Met. Dinds. ii 32.87 .

10 tuirem n ā, f. vn. of do-rími. Also o, m. in Mod. Ir., and occas.
in Mid. Ir. Cf. a d s. tairem, Met. Dinds. iii 94.7 . turem,
LU 8416 ( FB 28 ). tuiream, Anecd. ii 7.10 . ? g s. tuirme,
Met. Dinds. i 22.123 , SG 75.3 = YBL 171b45 . ? n p. turma,
Anecd. ii 70.5 . tuirme, Auraic. 940 . Note also: fri turaim
15(: Coinchulaind), ZCP iii 42.1 . tuiredh, Études Celt. i
78.13 , 85.1 . m., IGT Decl. § 101 . tuirimh f., § 150 .
(a) act of enumerating, recounting, telling, relating; num-
ber, account, list: ní ail a th. ¤ (sic leg.) dúib `to recount it
to you
,' Wb 24c7 . tris in tuirim gl. per exsecutionem, Ml
20 33d13 . ri cen tuirim, cen aisnéis beyond computation, SR
324 . iar tuirim a fele `after reckoning their feasts,' Fél.
Ep. 231 . manod-techtaid désheirc | cona tuirim téchti
`with its due attribute (?),' 390 . a fhiru Muirid ... | do
nach tuirim tailmire whose impetuosity cannot be com-
25puted
(?), Met. Dinds. ii 26.2 . is tuirim mesta cu mór |
nuimir na slóg, LL 32a43 = is tuireamh mescdha go mor,
BB 56a6 . as lia a thuiream na mar indistear, BB 20a19 .
is de aisnedid .i. do turim cin forus fethem (sic leg., Plummer
MS. notes), Laws i 292.z Comm. mall uile a thuiremh
30tresan Ebrai a n-aisniter ann `to recount through the Hebrew,'
Ériu ii 104 § 15 . turma ine (ane, anni, v.ll.) cine[oi]l Eogain
the reckonings of the wealth of Cinél E. (?), Anecd. ii 70.5
do beth ní dia chomrumuib gan turim some of his triumphs
would be left unmentioned
, ZCP viii 111.19 . oc in dreim
35atám tuiremh those of whom I am speaking, SG 349.7 . gan
tuireamh a ghnímh, IGT Decl. ex. 1794 . níor fhéad riamh
neach gus a-niogh | a leath ... do thuiriomh, DDána 23.21 .
Íosa Chríosd led thuirimh tú Thou art called (?), Dán Dé
xxvii 36 . ré a dtuirimh, TD 32.13 . ni horsa a thurium ina
40innisin ar marb B., Cog. 60.20 . nir furail aingel ... do
turem a testa, MR 190.19 . In chevilles: turim gan tnucha,
BB 33b55 . ? tuirme glonn `with numbers of deeds,' Auraic.
940.
Frequ. with comparatives: móo turim .i. quam potest
45homo eum narrare , Thes. ii 331.3 . moo turim ... an ro bói
do sciathaib and, Ériu iv 28.12 . a ṅdorigni ... | is lia tuirim
more than can be recounted, SR 7248 . bid lia turim a chath,
IT i 98.2 . Occas. also with equative: at lir turim ... frassa
na saiget, LU 2212 . as lir t. ¤ a scel o sin amach, ML 166.5 .
50(b) In Mod. Ir. lament, dirge, threnody . This may also be
the meaning in the follg. exx. from Met. Dinds.: ba fáith
fri tairem cech thuir; | rosbáid aided óen-urchuir, Metr. Dinds. iii 94.7 ,
`sing dirges for,' Corr. fúair a tairnem, a tuirim | i nArd
Ch. ` dirge ,' iv 238.3 . ní hí mo thuireamhsa an tuireamh
55nach fuighbhidh | cuidiughadh céad de chéadthaibh caointe
my dirge is one that will find response in hundreds of other
lamentations
, Hackett xxxix 69 . sdriongan cumhadh ┐
tuiriomh, Gwynn Cat. 188.17 . Tuireadh Aodha ui Ruairc,
Oss. v 134.1 . tuireadh Eibhlin n-i Arthnain, Hard. ii 258.1 .
60 ? Of a song of praise: o ro cantae ... in turem frisngaired
in chlas dicens caebo ... .i. molad do Ioib, O'Mulc. 213.

1 tuirenn n ā, f. (see ZCP xiv 319 ) wheat: a muilinn, | ce
ro milt mor di thuirinn ... ni corca acht dergthuirind, AU
i 110.7 , 11 = Fél. 134.14 = Hib. Min. 71 = FM i 262 . fros
65tuirinne, AU i 230.7 . ? i tir fo thurind fo thess | atchess
a tur Bregoin brais, LL 8b17 = i tir fo thuirind bo dheas,
BB 31a48 . da rucc tuirend da tréin-bhleith, BNnÉ 219.22 .
Fig. nochar ib-sium a cuach cuirm | Aengus fa toichthe
in tuirnd (sic metri gratia ?) `choice was the wheat' (of a
70saint's devotions), Fél. xxv § 8 . tuireann trom nach dear-
cuid daill `fertile crop, unnoticed by the blind' (eulogy of a
poet's productions), Ó Bruad. ii 164.20 (emended in Gloss.
to `flash of lightning,' see 3 tuirenn). In B. na f.: seadh do
tuirind .i. is samhail do chruithnecht, ZCP v 488 § 8.

75 2 tuirenn n[ā, f.] company, band, following . Probably a fig.
use of 1 tuirenn, with which it is associated in Fél., where it
is glossed by cruithnecht. See 1 and 2 arbor, and MacNeill,
PRIA xxix 64 : mórdrém Dé de thuirinn `a great company
of the wheat of God
,' Fél. May 21 .i. de cruithnecht Dé .i.
80 quia sancti [triticum] Dei sunt , 134.12 . ba fer raith diar
turinn | D. (`a gracious man of our wheat'), Aug. 18 . cain
dias diar tuirinn, Nov. 24 . an galar ro gob Turill | ropo
cheist dia chaem t[h]uirind (`für seinen lieben Weizen d.h.
für seine Saat, seine Kinder
'), ZCP xii 246.18 . bennacht
85... | for na tuirennaibh cur derg, Anecd. ii 33 , 18 § 2 . ? Erc
mac C. ... cona thuraind `with his multitude,' MS. Mat.
483.19 . boi ... in cathir fo thurind techtaide densely
crowded (?), LB 153a3 .