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turchur n o, m. vn. formation from *to-air-(fo ?)-cuir-. tur-
char torchar, IGT Decl. § 11 (54.4) . Cf. turchairthe.
(a) Orig. perh. act of throwing, placing: taurthait .i.
tauracdither .i. a rosc fria ré docuire urchar uait do urmaise
5secip nach raeta docuirither opund anmundae forá cind ┐
gonta ... de is den tairecht sin tra asberar taurthait no
turachur, Corm. 43 (cf. Corm. Y 1229 ). for lassad co léir
... | ola ┐ cheir ... | iarna terchur fri dídnad | cen herchur,
cen airdíbdad placed there for consolation (?), SR 4371.
10(b) chance, hap, accident: teacmoc .i. toice, no turchar,
O'Cl. ar immad na terchor ┐ na tecmong triasa fagaib
cách and `because of the multitude of the happenings and
accidents through which it leaves one therein
,' RC xxv
250.17 ( LU 2701 ).
15(c) valuables washed up by the sea, flotsam and jetsam,
wrack: tráigh gan torchar, DDána 110.36 . a haibhne i
dteirce torchar, 73.5 (ref. to fish ?) easbhaidh éisg is tor-
chuir cua[i]n, Éigse iii 135.194 . do thabhairt éisg is tor-
char | mheabhas ciumhsa caladh-phort, Content. vi 68 .
20 beag sin do chonfadh an chúain | a fhir fúair torchar a
ttír, IGT Decl. ex. 434 . torchar mara ar dteagbháil i
dtrácht (Mary), PBocht 2.24 . do chuireadh an mhuir
torchar gach bliadna fa thír in nInbher C., FM i 90.3 . tor-
char cuain, Ó Bruad. iii 190.9 . ? mina airleccod mbiasda
25tond turchur, BB 372b47 .
(d) windfall, good fortune, luck, prosperity: aen duine
... budh mó aithius ┐ t. ¤ (of a king), AU ii 438.15 . ba t. ¤
flatha fíreóin (of a quantity of fish), Met. Dinds. iii 426.16 .
tria tecmang ┐ tre turcora conaigh `by windfalls of luck,'
30 CCath. 4908 . do budh turchar dhamh ... | urchar do chur
lem choluinn `twould be a stroke of good luck for me, DDána
50.2 . ar mhéid turchor (v.l.) a thíre, TD 28.30 . má tá-san
mar atáid damh | measaim nach maith mo thorchar, Ir.
Review 1913, 624 § 12 . torcar sealga the spoil of the chase,
35 Duan. Finn i 26 § 8 . Of persons: ro fáilticcheadh fris an
ttorchar flatha tánaic ann sin `the distinguished chief,' FM
v 1664.y . is naomtha an torchar ... | an féinnidh forasta,
Ó Bruad. iii 80.1 .
Compd. ¤ shét: gur uo torchur-shēt ... ro dīrigh in t-Athoir
40nemhda ... chuca a precious windfall (of the miraculous
appearance of a house), Fl. Earls 122.2 .

Turcia pn Turkey: don T. ¤ , Fl. Earls 200.25 .

? turclai ind t. ¤ tolsum tuaim tinnsaighidh itir glasaib geillfine,
LL 393a3 .

45 turgaire n[io,n.] vn. formation from *to-air-gair-, *to-ro-
gair- ? act of inciting: fer t. ¤ druith is é asren a cinaid `the
man who incites a fool
,' Laws iii 156.4 .i. fer tairriachadh
in druith ... in tan is codnach ac tairriachadh, 11 , 14 Comm.
? Cf. h-it aurgaire (leg. hi taurgaire ?), i 162.22 .i. brisid
50(—ed ?) turrtaige, 164.12 Comm.

turgnam n[u, m.] vn. formation from *to-air-fo-gní-. Cf. is
iat a dúile ... nontirgnat ┐ norforgnat (God), Alex. 930 =
Anecd. v 5.14 . act of providing, furnishing, preparing:
turgnom .i. toroma, Lec. Gl. 353 = Stowe Gl. 140 . cen mac
55i n-inad a athar ... ic tairgnam da thigernu dúthaig, MU²
134 . im morth. ¤ a morlis as provision for his great `lis,'
BB 30b4 . cisa Mumhan ... do Chaisil ... smacht ┐ biathadh
┐ turgnumh ┐ faesamh, BR 60.14 =turtugudh, BB 270b10 .
tairgnim do chill `provision for the clergy,' Ériu ix 46 § 11 .
60 ba tirgnom cen deg-rún (of drink offered to a king), Met.
Dinds. iii 220.60 . mo brugaidi-sea ┐ mo biataig ... ┐ lucht
turgnuma mo thighi sea, Acall. 3505 v.l. ? cé atá mór
ttuath dia thurgnamh | is ing úrgnamh dia thargnamh,
Hard. ii 290.7 . na tuatha bátar oga tturgnamh ┐ fo a
65mamus `that were supporting them,' Hugh Roe 162.6 .
With mention of what is provided: dleaghar do Luigh-
nibh ... | a [d]-turgnomh fris in long-phort | seacht [g]-
caeca lulghach, BR 102.6 . turgnomh loma ┐ leanda, 168.25 .
Of feasts: trīan a toraidh immurro is ed do-ratsat forsin t. ¤
70sin, ZCP xi 61.8 , cf. Lism.L. xxxvii 27 . Fínachta Fleadhach
.i. ar imat turgnum fleadh ina reimis, Cóir Anm. 132 . flead
do th. ¤ agud, MR 12.10 . turccnamh fleidhe do dhénamh ...
la Brian, FM v 1676.6 . Note also: turgnom catha Find-
chorad `preparing for the battle of F.', Ériu ii 184.9 . t. ¤ (leg.
75 tascnam ?) tar tuind ... | co hiath nErenn, Reeves Ad.
274.8 =ascnam, ZCP vii 309 § 1.

turgorud xsee tergorad.

turibulum n(Lat. loanwd.) thurible: long thūissi a lāimh
nechtair aca, t. ¤ a lāim in dara haingil, Fl. Earls 234.8 .

80 ? turlach n(luach ?) value, price: t. ¤ dech n-uinge .xx. d'ór,
CS 286.z =luach, Ann. Tig. ( RC xvii 406.18 ). Cf. torlach
.i. luagh tóire do beir fine dia tuisech ara tóir, O'C. 121
( H. 3.18, 74 ).

turloch n(1 tur + loch) Somet. treated as o- stem. dried up
85 lake, a place dry in summer and submerged in winter, marsh:
t. ¤ a ccatraigh caidh | ag urgnamh don abbaidh, ZCP x
34.19 . ratirmaigit ... tobair ┐ turlaige in tiri `winter lochs,'
TTebe 1748 . do gebha do deg-báthadh | fa tonnaib na
turlach-sa, Celt. Rev. iii 208.18 . do-rinnedh ládhar don
loch | ós ag trághadh don t. ¤ , IGT Decl. ex. 403 . Usually
5in nn. loc.: for Terloch Teōra Crích, TBC² 84 . i Taurloch
Caille móre, TBC 671 . T. ¤ Silinde seo indé | indiu is loch
dianid lán lind, Met. Dinds. iii 376.1 . agan Turlach cetna
doronadh, BB 234b14 . muinnter Thurlaig , LB 275a35 .
cath Turlaigh Adhnaigh, CS 288 n. 2 . baile-an-turlaicch,
10 FM iv 1082.21 .
See Hog. Onom.