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turscur, tascar n o Perh. forms resulting from confusion
between vn. of do-scara (see trascar , trascrad, and Ped.
ii 614 ) and a compd. of cuirithir. Cf. turchur.
(a) stuff cast up by the sea, sea-wrack, seaweed: sliceda
5┐ turscair muiride, Fél. 50.20 = sligre ┐ turrscar in mara,
Fél.² xxxviii 36 . toirthe tíre ocus turscuir, Met. Dinds. iii
10.110 . rocoraiged ar forbaib ┐ ar ferannaib iad .i. ar
tursgur traga on the littered sea-shore (?), Ériu viii 8.10 .
lán do thurrscur in locha, SG 88.x . amal norethidis da
10buindi ... a sleibtib ... co tochlait ┐ co timairgid leo turs-
cara in talman, TTebe 3137 . a gainemh ┐ a grian-turrscur
(the sea), ML² 702 . muirbretha .i. im caithim tascair do
tuinde .i. na muirchoirthe, Laws i 182.8 Comm. = 166.25 .i.
in tascair do cuirither do tuinn ... .i. in duilesc fliuch .i.
15femnach, 170.12 Comm. somaine tire ... muír, ┐ inbéar,
┐ tascar, ┐ friche `what the sea casts ashore,' iv 146.2 Comm.
madh tascur oen seoit i tír, O'Dav. 1253. ? fāilte fri tascor
n-im[b]ais (sic leg.) dofaircet nae cuill cāinmesa for Segais
.i. fri tascur n-imhais īar mBōind the casting up of inspiration
20... at the well of Segais
(?), Anecd. v 25.5 and n. = tascar .i.
tochar, ut est failti fri tascar n-imuis .i. fri taoi scor nó fri
tochur in imaid ba fis, O'Dav. 1569. In nn. loc.: go Magh
Trusgair (leg. Tursgair ?), ML 16.2 `i.e. the Fungous Plain,'
n. p. 17 . cend Traga Cuili Túrsgair, Celt. Rev. iv 16.17 .
25As n.pr.: Te ┐ Tualaṅg ┐ T. ¤ ┐ Torc, TBC 2021 . Ger ┐
Tualaing ┐ T. ¤ , tri ghille in righ, Lism.L. 3086.
(b) Other applications. Of the slough of snakes: co
fhargabtís turrscar ┐ landgar a nemi for in talmain, Alex.
722 . Med.: tuitim an fhuilt ... gan lanna gan tursgur
30 sine squamis et furfuribus, 23 K 42, 283.9 . Of discharge
from the eyes: nígheadh a shuili le huisghi arna congmhail
sa bhel ... oir indurbaidh sin tursgur na sul ┐ glanaidh iat,
Reg. San. 21.16 (facs.).
(c) gear, trappings, appurtenances, belongings: tairscur
35na tiled ica timsugud, TTr. 1413 . focerd M. a túrsgur ┐ a
thāin roime co Crūachain, ZCP xiii 174.20 . Temhair cona
turrscar, Acall. 1669 , `with all her gear,' SG ii 142. 1708 ,
`with all her substance,' SG ii 143 . Teamhair cona tursgur
` appurtenances ,' ML 58.11 . Cf. a tascor, a torthaigi
40(` retinue ') (of Tara), Ériu iv 148.15 . a turscur tall do
copur | do glaine is do carrmogal, Acall. 807 v.l. (of a house;
a hurscar thair ac tobar, text).
Note also: issed na fulangar de | trentursgur na sochaide,
TBC 2356 v.l. (turscolbad, text). turscair taireraig cach
45saimhne suth saer-niad, BB 369a28 .

? tursice ind flatha tauca t. ¤ .i. flaith do guid dia cona urslaice
riam, O'C. 472 ( H. 3. 18, 247 ).

? turslocud x(cf. airslucud) eou oir indtslaidie uassa ban-
bruindiechair ina turscloccud rie mben luthai lanbuildie,
50 ZCP iii 233.5 (thaurslocud, v.l.).

? turtacht ind is se fadhera a imdenam dí, nach tairisi lais in
innraic t. ¤ an tseoit, ┐ dama tairisi issí do dhena, O'C. 2151
( Eg. 88 fo. 3 (4)c ). bid turrtacht tromc[h]aingne | bid trom
don tslūadh (of day of judgment), ZCP viii 210.25 . Cf.
55 tuirthecht ?

? turtarta ind aspert Eulcmaire fria mnāi: `Turtarta, a
Fedlim,' ZCP viii 120.15 .

turtgal n(cf. turthait) violence, injury (?): im sarurrach
mban fri uathne .i. ... in turthach is tar do berar ar na
60mnaib ris in uaitni, in t. ¤ `disgraceful violence,' Laws i 180.9
Comm. Cf. tortgal s.v. toirt ?

? turthaid v turns: turtha dhuinn na heich ┐ in carbad ...
is annsin turthois in gilla na heich, ZCP viii 553.5 - 6 = impá
... imsói, TBC 1912 , 1914 .

65 turthait, turtait n act of striking, (accidental ?) blow: turth-
aid .i. taurrachtid .i. ... focheirdi erchor ūait do ermaisin nach
rētae. Docuirethar obonn anmannae ar a chind ┐ gonta
nō benta nō marbthae a rrec don turacht sin. Īarom
asberar turthait, Corm. Y 1229 =taurthait, Corm. 43 .
70 culturtaid ┐ taebturtaid aithfegtar ann in aith `back strik-
ing and side striking
,' Laws iii 224.1 Comm. ? eitgi turthaiti
trian aithgina ma co torba, O'C. 595 ( H. 3. 18, 293 ). as
coibdelach tucait ┐ t. ¤ , O'C. 1967 ( H. 4. 22, 13 ). gidat imdha a
turtade | binne foghar na Gairbhe though frequent its buffet-
75ings
(?) (a stream), Anecd. ii 24 § 14 . ? techt turthaid céim
cechaing, RC xv 433.14 =turthaigh, BB 372b42 .

turthochmarc n(tochmarc) wooing-gift, bride-price: in[a]
tindscra ┐ ina t. ¤ , Acall. 5693 . Cf. ZCP xv 357.

? turtli ind fri teora miach ... do sheagal ... ina turtli tomhusti
80fri taebh lan a stabhluingi, BB 257b38 = i[n]a turtli tom[u]sti,
YBL 177a47 .

1 turtugud, turthugud n[u, m.] (cf. terthogu ?) protection,
guarantee of safety, sanctuary (in particular during meals
or banquets). `The right which a chief of household
85possessed of his house being sacred, so that it could not be
entered, or his premises searched or entered upon, even
in search of criminals, without special legal authorisation,'
Mann. and Cust. i 294 . In Laws Comm. often glossed by
faesam. a tabairt do snadud as tualaing a turtaigthi (of
cattle), Laws i 92.2 .i. faesam dfacbail uirri .i. crui, 98.12
5Comm. hi taurgaire (sic leg. ?) .i. brisid (-ed ?) turrtaige,
164.12 Comm. a mbrisedh a turtha `for the violation of
his protection
,' O'Gr. Cat. 79.4. ? isedh dod mbeir o hoine
iar fud co taul aine ar na tair turrthughadh (` maintenance '),
Laws i 218.21 Comm. secht seoit diri airech desa, ┐ turr-
10t[ug]ud tresi `protection for three days,' v 30.16 .i. tressi a
lanfhaesam bid ┐ fonadma, 22 Comm. ri ruireac, tri rig lais;
┐ turthug[ud] tri caictigis, 50.9 . coimdiri ollum fri rig ... ┐
turtugh[ud] mis do, 56.14 . athgabail tar turtugad cach
duini bes tualuing a turtugad distraint in violation of the
15protection of every person who is capable of giving protection
,
256.31 . is gnath is turrtugad do athgabail imirgi an emigra-
tion is in most cases a protection from distraint
, 260.16 ,
glossed turbad, 262.8 Comm. turrtugud for cill ... .i. comairce
.i. ni dligthech don ri turtugad for cill na for a comarbad
20gen na cennaichthi do ic fris in cill. No ni dlightech don ri
turtugadh for a tuaith gen dechmada ┐ primide ┐ almsana
do ic fria (i.e. a king cannot oblige a church to give sanctuary
without paying its dues etc. ?), O'C. 1061 ( H. 3. 18, 439a ).
turrugud for cill. Má do rigne in duine comairci borblachais
25ar in eclais no ar in cill, is diablad in neich atá do tuata itir
pennait ┐ éric ann forced the church by violence to give him
sanctuary
(?), O'Don. 1627 ( H. 5. 15, 16a ). ted turrad la
fogail .i. ted in comairce deisim la fogail do denam do muin
na comairce, O'C. 1763 ( 23 Q 6, 36a ). Note the distinction
30in: dethbir itir turrtugh[ud] ┐ torbaidh ┐ faosam. In
turrtugh[ud] .i. re ollmuithe an bidh. In turbaid .i. re a
caithmhe. In faosam .i. iar na cathamh, O'C. 2651 ( Eg. 88 fo.
55 (56)d ). turtugadh imorro .i. ré fedh urgnamha in bidh
┐ comairce in aired bes a caithemh a mbaile ┐ faesam dana,
35iar fagbáil in baile, O'C. 1386 ( H. 3. 18, 630a ). cisa Mumhan ...
smacht ┐ biathadh ┐ t. ¤ ┐ faesamh, BR 60.14 v.l. (turgnumh,
text). t. ¤ breth, Tec. Corm. 14.27 v.l. (turfhochraic,
text), glossed .i. timpud, O'C. 1299 ( H. 3. 18, 539b )
(2 turtugud ?).
40 Of ecclesiastical injunctions: tar t. ¤ Émine Bhain ┐ tar
a miscaid, Anecd. i 44.14 . tar turthughad nDé, ii 14.23 .
tar t. ¤ nDe ┐ Patraic, iii 25.14 . M. ... do mharbhadh ... tar
turtughadh naomh nErenn, FM ii 756.7 . Cf. dar tertugadh
a ffileadh (sic leg.), Hugh Roe 162.17 .
45See 2 turtugud.