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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.

? turma, -u ind turmā .i. mōrmō, ut dicitur: doberthe dot gilla
turmu duit fēin, O'Mulc. 867 . Leg. turmō ? (Stokes) trumu ?
tórmach ? turba ?.

15 ? turna n t. ¤ teineadh .i. námha teineadh, O'Cl. (Cf. sorn ?).

túrna n(Engl. turn, Fr. tourner ?) spinning-wheel: ni mol
túrnach `'tis no stock of spinning-wheel,' O'Gr. Cat. 143.6.
t. ¤ is tromán is maide iteáin, Iar Conn. 292.12 . barrach ná
líon dár sníomh le t. ¤ , ZCP v 215.406 (Midn. Court).

20 turnad -am xsee tairniud.

turnae n(Engl. or Romance loanwd.) attorney: ar thurnáe
mheic epscoip na Midhe, FM vi 2088.16 . turnaethe dísle,
TSh. 7145 . iona bhfuil an t. ¤ mná ag argúin leis an sean-
duine, ZCP v 248.21 (Midn. Court).

25 turorgain nOrig. prob. —un, ā, f. (cf. orgun, túarcon) vn. for-
mation from *to-air-(fo-?)-oirg-. a form of theft or plunder .
Defined as taidorgain i naidche stealthy plundering by night,
O'C. 521 ( H. 3. 18, 262a ). cid dia n-éirena(i)tar dosom int
sheóit s[e]o ? ... dia th. ¤ , Críth Gabl. 123 . athgabail ... im
30t. ¤ do bechdin `for robbing thy beehive,' Laws i 166.26 . athga-
bail fir laisi fuirecar set turoirgni neimid for a indile `the
stolen beast of a `nemed
,' v 262.1 , see O'Dav. 1503. corus
indbir a t. ¤ `to plunder a lawful weir,' Laws v 476.20 . breth
im gata ┐ turoirgne ┐ saruighthi, i 278.12 Comm. do gaduib,
35┐ do turoirgnib, do braduib, do creachuib, 226.7 Comm.
do gataib ┐ do brataib ┐ do saraighib ┐ do turoircnib, O'C.
2127 ( H. 4. 22, 86 ). nach athghabháil do berar fri gait ┐
turoirgne, O'Don. 607 ( H. 3. 17, col. 456 ). scripul í turorguin
uire iar trib druchtaibh `for tearing up mould,' O'Dav. 677.

40 turrac, tora(i)nn, tuirenn etc. n m. where gender indicated.
Orig. form obscure. turrac m., IGT Decl. § 11 (54.15) . See
GJ xix 169.
(a) rush, career, attack, onslaught: nirbo t. ¤ gan tubha
dashing without resistance,' CCath. 5796 . béra t. ¤ seocha
45síar (turrag, v.l.), IGT Decl. ex. 400 . oibind beith ar Beind
Edair | ... | turracc tuinde na hacchaidh, Reeves Ad.
285.15 . turracc tairbtech teinnesnach, L.Chl.Suibhne
28.20 . do tuitidur dechnebur ar .xx. don toruinn sin leis
(ruathur, v.l.), Fier. 66 . dobatar sgithach on toruinn sin,
50 107 . trebarluas ... in torainn tennretha do bí leisin bfior
... ag fágbáil na tulcha, SG 262.23 . docuaidh ... ┐ nír
turn don tuirinn sin no co rainic in dinn, St. Ercuil 800 .
tugamar tuireann grangca ` onslaught ,' Duan. Finn ii 286.5 .
do bhrethnughadh (sic leg.) bheo ┐ marbh | tiocfaidh sé,
55bhudh tuirionn garbh, O'Hussey TC 11.19 . budh tor-
mánach an tuireann do bhera an breithemhsa, 68.2 . le
tuirinn a tréine (of the Shannon), 23 G 24, 224.4 .
(b) a fall: tre thurrainn a ngradaim gé leathchiorruigh
lua mo ruisc `by their fall from rank,' Ó Bruad. iii 178.15 .
60 turrain do fuair sí ruaig roimh rae é she took a fall which
caused him to be born prematurely
, ZCP v 219.566 (Midn.
Court), tuirin, turraic, v.ll.
(c) calamity, disaster, grief: turrainn is géire dhamhsa
dhíobh | gan simide céille i gceann gan mhaoin `the bitterest
65... of all these painful pangs
,' Ó Bruad. ii 34.y . d'órd chille
ba ró-thurainn tú ar lár leasa `heavy is the blow to the Church's
orders
,' E. O'Rahilly xxxiii 23 . mo threighid! mo thubaist!
mo thurrainn! mo bhrón! iv 33 .

? turracht n support (? Plummer MS. notes): fri cuingidh
70imdenma, ┐ fri t. ¤ a muindtere, O'C. 2165 ( Eg. 88 fo. 4 (5)d ).
? dligith ri Caissil teora bú diib ... cona hogreir foraib di
thorachtaib flatha, Anecd. iii 58.26 . mairg dán' crich a
cuiged-sun | gan tuailngius a thurrachtha, MR 222.2 . nir
threicseat teglach a thurrachta Congal, 248.z .

75 ? turrachtach adj o, ā (cf. turracht): turrachtaigh .i. muca,
ut est ar it dilsi a turrachtaigh tar fer gnia .f., O'Dav. 1536.

? turraeth n D. ... do marbhadh la Laighnibh i tt. ¤ muilinn
M. ` mill-race ,' FM i 262.12 . See Éigse i 36 . Cf. tairrechtae?

turraingech adj o, ā (turrac) disastrous: sgeul turraingeach
80bróin do Bhanba, Ir. Jacobite Poetry 120.2 .

turrtaige x=tuirthecht ? t. ¤ ┐ craeba coibnesa Clann Adaim,
BB 411a30 = D iv 2, 26ra43 . ? Cf. a turrtugad .i. a tuarasc-
bail, O'C. 1300 ( H. 3. 18, 539b ).

turscolbad n(cf. 2 scolb) act of skirmishing, harrying (?):
85 turscolbadh .i. iomad deabhtha, O'Cl. issed na fulangar
de | t. ¤ na sochaide, TBC 2356 (trentursgur, v.l.).