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? turchlu x t. ¤ a suainemnad, Laws v 298.11 . In list of aire
ruanada, things which become the property of the finder
as a result of the danger attending their obtaining. Glossed
ini dobeir ar clo is (leg. i) tar, inti saighes ris im (leg. in)
suainemain, 300.18 Comm. Thurn. ZCP xv 259 suggests
5 turchlu[d]=*turchlód (see turchluide) and translates the
gloss as `etwas, das derjenige für Sich-Herunterlassen (?)
davonträgt, der (es) mittels des Seils aufsucht
.'

turchluide nIn legal phrase sét t. ¤ , of stock granted by a
lord to his client, apparently in addition to turchrecc and
10 rath (q.v.), and equal in value to the client's honor-price.
In Laws translated ` returnable sed'; `recoverable chattels ,'
Mac Neill Law of Status 270 . Thurn., ZCP xiv 339 - 40 ,
takes the word as gs. of a compd. of clód vanquish, suggesting
that originally the relationship between lord and client was
15that between conqueror and conquered. Hence seoit t. ¤ =
`Lehnswerte, die die Besiegung vertreten,' `Unterwerfungs-
Werte
.' Cf. the frequent gloss ar clo i tar (=tár), infra.
See turchlu.
ō dorat in fer sét taurchloithe dialaile .i. lōg a enig ...
20 proprie autem aggille dona feraib gaibte sēutu turc[h]loithe,
Corm. Y 81 =taurchlotha, Corm. 5 . logh einech cach ain
isedh a seota turcluide, Laws ii 226.13 . caiti seoit turclaide
.i. lan log einech ar airitin in daerraith, iii 334.5-6 Text and
Comm. turchreic muilt cona fosair .ui. samaisci, no a log
25cenmotha seotu turclaide, ii 256.25 . seoit turcluide .i. ...
seoit do berur a clo a tar (sic leg.) in daerrath, 222.11
Comm. muna ro feara flaith seotu turcluidhe .i. muna
eirne in flaith seotu ar clo i tar (sic leg.), 264.1-2 Text and
Comm. diles cach turcreic iar fognamh techta .i. rath co
30séta turclaidhi, O'Dav. 1496 = Laws ii 268.11 . manchuine
.i. fer cacha somhuine, do denum a duine, no a meithle
... ┐ ní feghtur fri s[ét] turcluide im manchuine (i.e. a sét t. ¤
is not expected in return for manchuine, see ZCP xv 240 ),
194.11 Comm. mas é a rogho in foghnumh, indeithbirius in
35eloidh ann ar son seoit turcloidhe ... imscar ratha cen set
turchlaidhe, O'Don. 2308 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 30d ). The follg.
exx. seems to indicate that the sét t. ¤ could become the per-
manent property of the client: dilis do ceilib ┐ dia comor-
buib seoit turcluide ... acht frisrognat a flaithe `seoit t. ¤ '
40become the property of clients and their heirs provided they
have served their lords
, Laws ii 262.2 . mani ro era flaith
seotu turcluide is dilus trian na set iar n-ecaibh na flatha
don ceili, 14 . tir dia n-airbiathar flaith .i. tir dia fir-biatar
in flaith .i. ... co tabairt set turclaidi co tecmaisin eca na
45flatha, v 428.12 Comm. In: smacht turclaidhe dala, O'C.
737 ( H. 3.18, 353a ) we have probably a scribal error for
urcraidi, see ZCP xv 259 , xvi 210 .

turchomrac nsee terchomrac.

turchrecc n[f.] vn. of do-aurchren. Legal (lit. fore-purchase),
50 fief, grant of stock or land given by a member of the noble
grades to a base client in return for an annual food-rent
(bés
tige). See Críth Gabl. pp. 108 - 9 . Mac Neill Law of Status
p. 283 . taurchreic ngiallna, ZCP xiii 19.30 , `Vor-Ankauf
der Untertanenschaft
,' Bürgsch. § 1 . tuircrec besa airceanna
55`der Vor-Ankauf künftiger jährlicher Leistung,' ZCP xiv
338.z . ceni berat taurcrec ar imfhógnam ṅairchendchaide,
Corm. 5 aigillne =turchreic, Corm. Y 81 . turcreicc dia
n-airbiathar, Laws iv 210.5 . dilius cach turcreic iar fognam
techta cen meth ... co cenn secht mbliadan mad flaith bes
60marb. Nimta mad in ceili bes marb; dligidh in flaith
ceilsine dia comorbuib in ceili ar de mis fri manchuine
every t. ¤ is forfeit (to the client ?) after unfailing service for
seven years
, ii 268.11 , cf. O'Dav. 1496. aurbiath flatha,
taurchreic ngiallna ... atauí (sic) flaith dna hua mbi diles
65a taurcreic ce ni airbiatar. Flaith gonas a chéile. Ata
dna ceile do na bi dilius a thaurcreic cia ro biathaidh a
fhlaith de fo dí déc .i. ceile gonas a fhlaith a lord who must
provide a t. ¤ though he receives no food-rent ... a client not entitled
to a t. ¤ though he pay his lord food-rent
, O'C. 53 ( H. 3.18, 19a ).
70The value of the t. ¤ varied according to the rank of the
client (see Críth Gabl. passim): turcreic ar bes bes coir,
amuil bes a tothacht ┐ a grad ┐ a miadh t. ¤ for equitable food-
rent according to his (the client's) substance, status and rank
,
ZCP xiv 343 § 5 . tuircreic cacha beusa o beug co mour do
75neoch do-ruirmísium, is for cetgiallna techta, 367 § 28 .
bí[i]th a th[a]urchreicc cóic ṡétaib (fer midboth), Críth Gabl.
71 . [as] ndiabul taurchrecce in gráid as ísliu t[a]urchreic
in gráid as ardu, 112 . The food-rent was based on the value
of the t. ¤ (see the list ZCP xiv 358 ff. ): caite turcrec cacha
80besa o beg co mor ... ? Teora ba ar molt cona fosair what
is the t. ¤ of each food-rent ? Three cows for a(n annual) wether
with its accessories
, ZCP xiv 341 § 3 a . turcreic dartada
cona fosair, da set dec, 360 § 17. As vn. act of acquiring a
client by giving a t. ¤ : arindí fotlen a bóairechas di thaurchreic
85céile `secretly discards his `bóaire'-ship by taking clients,'
Críth Gabl. 249 . tuirchreic .i. luáighidheachd, O'Cl.