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75 tunna n m. (Icel. tunna, Ling. Val. 66 ) IGT Decl. § 2 (39.7) .
The form tonna is not permitted acc. to IGT, but occurs
in bardic verse.
Tun, cask, barrel: dolium t. ¤ , Ir. Gl. 731 . tuairc[nech]
na t. ¤ risna tiledaib, TTr. 1429 . .xx. t. ¤ do fin, BB 14b3 .
80 .xx. tunda fina, Ann. Conn. 1310.10 . spairri ... ┐ tundada
folma fo a cennaibh (of a raft), CCath. 2625 . rocenglatar
tunnada folma hi timchall na rreitthed-sin da congbail
etarbuas, Ann. Conn. 1235.17 = ALC i 328 22 . t. ¤ ola Eoin,
DDána 34.31 . gur hinnleadh air | t. ¤ ola (John), PBocht
85 11.16 . mor bhfleadhtunna bhfúar, IGT Decl. ex. 1088
(—t(h)onna, v.l.). tonna ar dhá roth théid 'na theach, DDána
91.53 . comhurtha an t. ¤ nach tráigh, 7.33 . ag ól tunnadh,
IGT Abstr. Nouns ex. 1022 . t. ¤ ordha a medhon an righ-
toighi, Marco P. 79.

tunnaid v(tunna) IGT Verbs § 80 . stores in casks: fer lé
5cumthar cís ar coblach | dá tundtar fín Frangcach, Studies
1920, 418.26 . do tunnadh fleadh Tighe an Trír, IGT Verbs
ex. 755.

tunnall n(Engl. or Fr. tonnel) f., g s. —aille, —alla, IGT Decl.
§ 12 (61.14) cask or barrel for wine: ní hól le trí (ar thrí,
10 v.l.) tunnallaibh | do-ní an slógh fan sollamuin, ex. 519 .
ar slis tighi os drumaind díghainn | ibhe thunnaill bfíon-
duinn bfúair, ex. 520 .

tunscanad xsee do-inscanna.

tur- xsee also under tair—, taur—, ter—, tir—.

15 1 tur adj[u ?] dry: t. ¤ cech tirim, Corm. Y 1226 = tuar, Corm.
43 =taur, LL 179a25 . Of weather: sam t. ¤ frossach, ZCP xi
82 § 25. Of food dry, without condiment: arán t. ¤ , Ériu iii
104 § 35. teorai bargenui becai ..., atéi turui, RC xii 70 § 39 .
brúan t. ¤ `dry fragments,' Gorm. viii.y . dechmaidh th. ¤ ,
20 Ir. Texts iv 70 § 17 . greim t. ¤ `a dry morsel,' Prov. xvii 1 .
As subst. im ┐ t. ¤ food without condiment, O'Don. 936 ( H. 3.
17, col. 658d ). In pejorative sense of persons: do thuaith-
chliaraibh tura tearc-mhúinte, TSh. 2292 . duine t. ¤ gan
inichinn, Ó Bruad. ii 262.z . ní t. ¤ an chuairt eolaigh é `no
25vain resort of learned men
,' iii 188.4 . Fig. unmixed, absolute,
pure, mere: an Sac[ra]meint t. ¤ (i.e. the material elements
apart from their mystical properties), Eochairsg. 34.22 .
So also: leath amuigh d'aichídibh tura an fhíona, 95.22 .
ina Dhia th. ¤ gan daonnacht absolute Godhead, 75.1 . na
30peacuidh amháin do rádh go t. ¤ concisely, without digression
(in confession), Mac Aingil 167.13 . As subst. perh. in sense
of compd. turloch in: bid hí Silend táeth don t. ¤ `that shall
perish by the lake-bed
,' Met. Dinds. iii 376.12 . ropo sáethar
troch dia t. ¤ , 20 .
35Compds. ¤ arán dry bread: cona slūastib turarāin ina
lámu, Aisl. MC 91.9 . is mór (sic leg.) tart an turaráin, TD
44.3 . ¤ biad dry food: tuir-bhiadh ┐ táir-dheoch, TSh. 8315.
See also 2 tair.

2 tur n(cf. turus) (a) journey, expedition: t. ¤ .i. turas, O'Cl.
40? huide mís do grein cach pairt | ... | fo rith hina th. ¤ ... |
cech mbliadain dosstimchellae, SR 179 . ciamtis imda tuir
mo thriath | noco sceraind fri Scoriath, Rawl. 82b13 .
dolluid ... E. ina th. ¤ iarsind fhaìdche, IT i 76.3 . ? dia dom-
naig tanic mar t. ¤ | turus Congail robo chruaid, Ériu v
45246.233 (martur `a slaughter,' Ed.).
(b) a turn, occasion, attempt: co ro thoe in bo sin | da
laegh ... | bo ┐ tarb don t. ¤ sain, BB 397a32 . cinnas rochanta
in cech th. ¤ | in trīa prōis nō in trīa metur on every occasion,
ZCP iii 21.5 .
50See also tor, 1 túr.

1 túr n o vn. of túirid (*to-fo-sir-). IGT Decl. § 96 .
Verbs § 75 .
I Act of seeking, searching (for), investigating: t. ¤ .i.
iarraidh, sgrudadh, O'Cl. tur .i. iarraid, amail atá nemlega
55(=nemléiciud ?) tighe do thur (.i. do tshirthain), O'Dav.
1585 =nemlecadh tigi do tur, O'C. 2422 ( Eg. 88, 33 (34)b ).
co fagabar and tre na tur when searched for, Laws iii 90.17 .
mórth. ¤ ┐ scrutain ... ro túrsit menmanna na slog, CCath.
3890 . cluith do th. ¤ .i. in lucht i mbí enech do th. ¤ , RC xxvi
6022 § 60 and LL 187a25 . is mor ind rún ... | fil ría thur it'
aisliṅgthe, SR 3336 . cia 'cata ... | dála De dia reir ro-
thúir ? 7846 . genid tipra and ria t. ¤ a spring rises up there
when it is sought
, Met. Dinds. iii 326.35 . cuiris a t[h]eglach
da thūr | ... | d'īarraid Dē, Arch. iii 245 § 21 . is bréc uile
65īarna thūr when investigated, Hail Brigit 14 . tur daith for
cach ceist, SR 7844 . ic t. ¤ in dithruba, 6344 . Cf. LB 129a45 .
táet nech úaib do th. ¤ dige, Ériu iv 100 § 32 . baí D. i[c] a
t. ¤ ┐ ic imradud in claidib, IT iii 200.9 . ag t. ¤ ┐ ag tomus
chana for clannaib N., RC xvi 160.21 . oc t. ¤ an maic search-
70ing for the child
, BColm. 16.11 . tria th. ¤ ┐ lamachtad in
chuirp choimdetta (Thomas), PH 6739 . ac tur fhesa, SG
28.z . in ndechadhuis ar tur ronna na h-Eirenn? RC
xliii 14.6 . tiocfaid teachta do th. ¤ osuidh to ask for a truce,
TD 16.29 . do th. ¤ ┐ do thaisceladh ghlinne M., FM v 1736.18 .
75 re t. ¤ ┐ re testugud a tapaid `on their courage being tested
and tried
,' MR 198.17 . fear tuir ┐ iarruta na screptra,
Ériu v 20.2 . a th. ¤ na prim-fáithe (of Christ), Brussels MS.
2324 fo. 67r (cited Plummer MS. notes).
With follg. clause: ro bói ica t. ¤ aici cinnus no immeradh
80bás fair, RC xxvii 264 § 7 . bai in sacart 'ca tur ina menmain
gurbo ferr Grigoir inan diabul, xlvi 227.x . 'ca thur ┐ 'ca
scrutan cinnas no saerfadh in cathraigh, CCath. 1171 .
With follg. prep.: acht co tuga ré dún ra tur ar ar bfhait-
sine, RC xliii 18.28 . ? túir for dalaib Dé nimtha, SR 8008 .
85 darstic t. ¤ ┐ tachud (of a place), LL 193a10 . ? a thuír tabair
dot aire | dond úir no falaig uile, 194a14 .
II In syllabic verse in sense of 1 túar (a) earning, meriting,
incurring: crochadh m'oide ... | 's a loige a-táimid dá th. ¤ ,
DDána 3.16 . gan t. ¤ diomdha an Dúilimh, Dán Dé xii 1 .
ag t. ¤ do mhío-pháirte, xvi 7 . go dtí dhíom t. ¤ an tighe (i.e.
5heaven), v 31 . Cf. xxiii 29 .
(b) omen, presage, cause: t. ¤ anshóigh `therefore is my
grief (greater)
,' Aithd.D. 10.8 . t. ¤ deabhtha (of a person),
DDána 73.37 . ceadh acht t. ¤ teasda dá rath, 102.39 . níor th. ¤
toirrse a taisbéanta to display it was no harbinger of grief,
10 20.23 .