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tuisled n[u and] o,m. (tuisel) IGT Decl. § 11 (54.8) . (a) act of
falling, stumbling: bā tusliud clochi fria crand (of a useless
undertaking), Aisl. MC 71.22 . ic tuisliudh ic tairlidhe fri
70mnai mir, LL 386a48 . mar chloich thuisligh ┐ mar
charraig oilbhéime `stone of stumbling,' Is. viii 14.
(b) In abstr. (partic. moral) sense fall, slip, stumble,
offence, sin: t. ¤ ho ermaissiu firinne `to fall from reaching
(i.e. to fail to reach) the truth
,' Ml 2d5 . ? ni tharda tuisliud
75form, Thes. ii 352.29 . doirtfiter grada .i. tuisliud, RC xxvi
40 § 211 and note. mad t. ¤ fo gradaib uaisli offence, crime (?),
Laws i 60.3 Comm. bo isin (sic leg.) t. ¤ don conair fora
[c]ele `Abgleiten,' Cóic Con. Fug. 58 § 137 . cen tusled cen
tairimthecht, LL 376a18 . ní do bheanfadh tuisleadh asat
80 offendiculum, TSh. 10566 . nocha mbí fios tuislidh ag an
umhla humilitas casum nescit, 10656 . claon do chum tuislidh,
Desid. 5166.
(c) accident, misfortune, calamity: nī coibchi tuislid
rosgab `dispensation of misfortune,' Ériu vi 122 § 14 . cen
85tusled dia treib, LL 7b2 = Lec. 276vb20 = tuissiul, BB 29a11 .
cethri blīadna rīasin cath sain | cen nach t. ¤ , RC xxxvi
262 § 11. tonn tuisligh fan mBhanbha ag buing (sic leg.)
a wave of misfortune, Rel. Celt. ii 236.19 .

1 tuisledach adj o, ā (tuisled) (a) falling, stumbling: tuisledchu,
Ml 26d8 (see n. b ). ni thalla nemdírge dó arnab tusledach,
5 Corm. 16 droichet =sothuissledhach, Corm. Y 434 . a
sheanóir thuisleadhaigh thruim (i.e. the world), DDána
50.7 .
(b) In moral sense erring, sinful: epscop t. ¤ , Laws i
54.8 = v 458.21 .i. espoc toisledach a dae, a holc, ro-sn-
10isligenn, 460.1 Comm. sacart t. ¤ , Triads 96 v.l.

2 tuisledach n ā, f. (tuisled) act of falling, stumbling: do
gabh ag slíomradh ┐ ag tuisledhach (leg. —aigh) ar druim
an droichitt, RC xxix 122.5 . atcluinti ... tusledach na
trenfer trascairte, CCath. 5933 . tuisleadach in tindenais ic
15tairmesc na trenfer, MR 316.24 . a tuisleadaig tuaithbil
ur-thosaig na h-ingabala, 318.3 . iomdha ... ann ... triatha
ar tuisleadhaigh, TSh. 6610.

tuisligid v g (tuisel, tuisle) falls, stumbles: do thuislighiodar,
┐ ní raibh fear da bhfurtacht, Ps. cvii 12 . Vn. treóin ar
20 tuisleaghadh , ML 134.27 =treōin ar tuisledhaigh, ML²
1796.

tuislim n(cf. tuisel, tuisled): do ibh digh gan tuislim de
(: ccuislinn) `without stumbling ,' Leb. Gab. 44.23 .

tuismed n u, m. In Mod. Ir. also o, m. Mid. and Mod. Ir. vn.
25of do-fuissim (see tuistiu). IGT Decl. § 28 . Verbs § 68 .
I (a) act of begetting, generation (of children): uair ba
hathais mor ic macaib Hisrahel nech cen tuismead cloindi,
YBL 155b8 . tria thuismig chloindi, 156a7 . mac .vii.
m-bliadan do tusmid cloinne, Todd Nenn. 200.1 . an Trīnōit
30... do atach ... um aon tuismedh amhāin cloinni dfagāil,
Fl. Earls 222.18 . See also II infra.
(b) act of bringing forth, delivering: saethar in tusmiuda,
PH 5720 . rugasdar triar mac don mhór tuismedh sin, RC
xiv 28.8 . do th. ¤ a toirchiusa, xvi 142.16 . ranic tra co ham
35tuismeda di `the time of her lying-in arrived,'
RC xxiv 190.11 . ro chetaig Dia dóib malle | tusmiud co cóir a
clainde, LL 141b31 . co hinbaid a tusmedo, Aisl. Tund.
104.5 . rop aimser tuismeda do mnai in righ, Lism.L. 1193 .
roimhe ná ndiaidh a tuismidh, Donl. 386.15 .
40(c) a being born, birth: iarna tusmed ... is ed is altrom
... doibh, Aisl. Tund. 104.7 . guidhem ... náomhMhuire ...
fa ghein chloinne do thuismedh eadrainn, Ériu v 164.12 .
ó a thuismedh gus an tan sin, FM v 1802.8 . o uair a thúismid
co trath a thiugh-bá, MR 166.22 . o laithe a thuismidh go
45laithe a eitsechta, BNnÉ 317 § 2 . dogniter ... festa la
Cublay a laithi a thusmeda on his birthday, Marco P. 84 .
a deacra ag tuismheadh tríthi beginning (?), L.Cl.A.Buidhe
153.16 . d'éis a dtuismidh, TD 26.9 . Gramm.: a tustidi
remibh .i. in lucht ota a tusmiud .i. na feada (of the semi-
50vowels), Auraic. 481 . atat da thuismiudh and, tuismiudh
aicenta ┐ tuismiudh saerda. Tusmiudh aicenta geine .i.
mac sceo ingean o mnai; tusmiud saerda .i. fer o thalmain
(expl. of genders), 625 (cf. 3231 ).
(d) Occas.=toirrches: in (sic LB 134b47 ) tusmed ... fil
55iná broind, Todd Lect. vi 45.9 . tuismead .i. toirrcheas,
Lec. Gl. 376.
II creation; act of producing, engendering (in general
sense): cia ... ciata rogab Erinn iar tusmid talman ? Thurn.
Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 23.22 . iar tuismead ... nimi ┐ talman,
60 Lec. 264va2 . ata an firmamint co cruinn ar na tuismead
`according to its creation,' Ir. Astr. Tr. 6.9 . secnaidh ...
eclipsis da tuismeadh `avoids producing an eclipse,' 100.13 .
Med.: fuil maith do tuismeadh (aim of the physician),
23 P 10, 173 va (69a) 29 . gorain dubha aga tusmidh isin
65corp, 21 (bis)b 48 . amail ata droch cail ar na tuismid is in
corp a h-aitle easlainti, RC xlix 17.x .

tuismigid v g (do-fuissim, tuismed) IGT Verbs § 106. I brings
forth, delivers (of children): na bronna nach ar thuismhidh,
Luke xxiii 29 . In pass. is born: ba ina nathrachaib neime
70notuismighthi iád, Aisl. Tund. 104.9 . dá tuismighter mac
do neoch innti, Marco P. 21.
II (a) impregnates, makes fertile: ba he ... an nell nemhdha
triasa tusmidhthea talamh ina heccailsi .i. anmanna na
firen o bráenaib a forcetail, BNnÉ 20.16 .
75(b) creates, produces, engenders: da derbadh co fuil an
te da tuismidh an domhan fos ga follamnugad, Ir. Astr.
Tr. 6.y . na huiscedha tusmigter o na hinadaib teinntighi
sin, 44.19 . is e ... géirbhreathnughadh na mór-olc fhásas
o ainbhfhios ... do thuismigh an teagasg críosdúighe-si
80 which caused this catechism to be written, Donl. xxi.y . Med.:
nescóid ... túismigther ó lionn ruadh, O'Gr. Cat. 184.13.
in cnáim bís a craidhi in fiadha ... d'fuil in craidhi túis-
midhter é, 230.5 . an t-adhbar o tuismeochai an [n]escóid,
23 P 10, 29a47 . Note also: fuil na Niall ór thuismigh tú
85 whence thou art descended (?), IGT Verbs ex. 925.
Vn. g s. tuismigthe: a n-aimsir tuismidhthi a toirrcesa
d'A., St. Ercuil 73 . a bhfogus d'am a tuismighthe, Is. xxvi
17 . ag deanamh oifige mná tuismighe ` midwife ,' Ex. i 16 .
dona neichib is mo furtachtaigheas cum tusmithe na fiabras
which contribute most to engender fevers, 23 P 10, 154 rb (31b)9 .