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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 .

2 túr n o =2 túar. t. ¤ (in ghuirt), IGT Decl. § 96 . Verbs § 75 .
See Ériu vii 26.
(a) cultivation, tillage: go rabh ar síol thall 'ghá th. ¤ ,
Dán Dé xxix 30 . Cf. talman do mintire ... cona tur techta
15 manure , Laws ii 238.18 .
(b) cultivated land, arable land, field: treabam ar ttūr,
ZCP xii 383.17 . tall treabham t. ¤ | ní fearann dún an
domhan-sa `let me plough in heaven,' Dán Dé xvi 4 . sgoth
an túir nó go dtreabhar, DDána 24.14 .
20Attrib. g s. in phrases: bó thúir ... o robo lóeg bec ní
dechaid fráech nó foigdech inna beólu acht fírlemnacht ┐
luigfér glasfeóir ┐ arbar, LU 8122 ( FB 9 ), `stall-fed cow,'
Ériu vii 26 . bó thuir .i. biadhta no méith, O'C. 1321 ( H. 3.
18, 607b ). fir ód longbothaibh ag léim | do béin gorm-
25fhochain tigh thúir, IGT Decl. ex. 248 . samhalta is gort
túir ag teacht cultivated field, 24 P 8, 192 cited Aithd.D.
ii 248 . tobair mhillse ós mhoighibh túir `over pasture
plains
,' TD 29.31 . Common in phrase tech túir farmhouse,
shieling (?): teagh túir, DDána 119.12 . inadh luinnte
30tre theagh túir | do shúigh tuinnte gel don gréin, IGT Decl.
ex. 61.

3 túr n(Engl. or Romance loanwd.) tower, turret: túra
trebhardaingne, CCath. 1394 . go túroip, Fl. Earls 154.12 .

? 4 túr ind hIffirn co tuilib tromth. ¤ , SR 906 . a toisech tolaib
35tromth. ¤ , 5266 . geibid-sium reime co Temraig | taeibghel
truisten nár ba th. ¤ , SG 361.33 .

tura n plenty, abundance; breadth: t. ¤ .i. iomad, t. ¤ namhad
.i. iomad namhad, O'Cl. tír gan t. ¤ gan buinne gan réiltean,
E. O'Rahilly ii 18 (1900. turadh ` dry weather ,' 1911). caogad
40cubhad 'n-a th. ¤ (of a banquet-hall), Keat. ii 4751 . maith
mo churach ... | taidhbhseach a t. ¤ is a taobh, Measgra D.
48.18 (see Gloss.).

1 turach n(1 tur) t. ¤ ` dry food ,' Tec. Corm. 21.6 .

2 turach adj o, ā epithet of Tuathal Techtmar: da ingin Tuathail
45turaig, LL 295a26 = SG 360 20 . ` princely T.', Keat. ii 3945.

túrach adj o, ā (2 túr) possessing towers: do bhí sé múrach t. ¤
tíreach (of a chieftain), Hackett xxxix 160.

1 turad n o,[m.] (1 tur) dryness, drought; dry weather, fine
weather: turud .i. tur-suth ... .i. sīn tirim, Corm. Y 1226 =
50 tuarad, Corm. 43 =taurad, LL 179a25 . flechud in cach
inud ┐ t. ¤ i ngort Brigte, Thes. ii 334.23 . foscod in chraind
... | ro pad lór do thaig thuraid dry shelter, LL 27b47 ( Ériu
xiv 160 ). o Cleiteach a tig turaid, Ériu x 77 § 13 . ? as mo
threbthus fo th. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 330.7 . ar snūadh geal-
55thuraidh grēine, ZCP xii 380.15 . mīan turaidh gibē ara mbeth
| nī hē a t[h]ech bunaid in bith dry lodging, Arch. iii 236 § 1 .
tuar gan t. ¤ , O'Gr. Cat. 381.20. re sín dturaidh `fine weather,'
Studies 1939, 100 § 20 . lá turaidh, DDána 30.5 . ag triall
go dtí a chathughadh | ní iarr an rí rothuradh `needs no
60dry weather to go fighting
,' Aithd.D. 20.26 . éan an turaidh
` summer-bird ' (Mary), 87.16 . fa hé an turadh iar ndílinn
(of a peace), Content. v 76 . mar thig fearthain is turadh,
Dánta Gr.² 84.4 . ? ni ba te munba turadh (.i. munba
dīles), ZCP xii 360.16 (B. na f.). dofhulaing bhímse re
65triall | fa thuradh teaghlaigh na n-ord into the shelter of the
church
(?), Ó Bruad. i 6.3 . Perh. in sense of tírad kiln-
drying in: turadh agus treabhadh, Ó Bruad. iii 170.6 .
? ó gach neach gan ar gan iorradh | d'éag a stór a dtreoir
'sa dturadh, ii 178.12 .
70See terad.

? 2 turad ind co curadaib gleraib cath | co turadaib trenmiled
(descr. of Promised Land), SR 4690.

turaigid v(tur) dries . IGT Verbs § 106 . gég ... | do thuraig
fhonn Éreamóin, ex. 916 .

75 turba n(Lat. turba) host, multitude . In SR a specific number
(10,000 × 100,000, Gloss. See also Lec. Gl. Index ): deich
[n-] exercitús ... | tiagait co derb in t. ¤ , SR 772 . `t. ¤ ' gach
buiden bindsi, Met. Gl. 32 § 6 . See note in Gloss. t. ¤ .i.
buidhean, O'Cl. So also Lec. Gl. 493 . turbaid .i. buighen,
80 Stowe Gl. 155 . See torb.

turbadach adj o, ā (turbaid) unfortunate: nocha fuirthe hūaid
in bocht | nobīad t. ¤ tāebnocht, ZCP x 52.11 . ro marbhadh
mac í dhomhnaill ... go turbhadhach durchor do pheiléir
` unfortunately ,' FM v 1450.6 . In legal sense: tagra uidech
85tresach t. ¤ subject to `turbaid,' O'Don. 2212 ( Nero A vii fo.
146b ).