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tairisiu n n, [f.], later also tairise (indecl.). In O. Ir. with non-
palatal -r-, see the remarks on tairise. n s. tarissiu, Ml 108b3 .
70 tairisiu, Triads 204 . toirisiud, H.2. 7, col. 448 ( O'Don.
592 ). tairisin, O'Cl. a d s. tarasin, Ml 30d8 . toraissin,
108b11 . toraisin, 29d5 . torisin, Sg. 209b23 . tairisin, TBC
1936 . fo leth-toirisin (sic leg.), Laws v 462.22 . ar toirisean ,
464.11 . g s. tarisen, LU 3904 . tairisin, Anecd. ii 64.10 .
75Early exx. of tairise, tairisi in various cases are: TBC
3391 . Tec. Corm. 16.110 . ZCP xiii 270.8 . PH 7578 .
Aen. 2064.
(a) faith, trust, confidence: tairisin .i. táobh, ni tabairthe
duit tairisin forra .i. ni tugtha duit táobh riu, O'Cl. a
80toraisin i ndia `from trust in God,' Ml 29d5 . in tarissiu gl.
fides, 108b3 . tarissi limm (? sic leg.) ind ḟalti mad cos trath
sa ┐ indiu ni denaim tarissi de chena yet today I trust it no
longer
, TBC 3391 (see tairise I (c)). ferr a foimtiu a tairisi
`better to beware of them than to trust them,' Tec. Corm.
85 16.110 . trí heochracha aroslicet imráitiu: mescca, t. ¤ ,
serc ` trustfulness ,' Triads 204 . comrad re tairisin `a talk
in confidence,' Aen. 681 . na bíd tairise aige as a bráthair,
PH 7578 . t. ¤ do chuimne fén trustworthiness , Ériu iv 134.2 .
na denaidh tairisi don Eoraip, CCath. 4286 . tuc Dia a
torad do Tordelbach a thairise as in Trínóid his faith in
5the Trinity
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 19.35 .
(b) faithfulness, loyalty, allegiance: ? tairisin .i. ceangal.
dénaidh bhar dtairisin .i. dénaidh bhar ccengal, O'Cl. (see
LL 282b45 ). mo chor ┐ mo mhuinnteras ┐ mu thairise do
dhénam friutsa, Acall. 3560 . do-gēba tairisi madhid trēn
10 you will get loyalty if you are strong, ML² 1437 . og tucad ar
clar ille, | nach tar acht tria thairise that the egg brought
to the table is not an insult but a sign of loyalty
, MR 132.z .
ba talach ar thairisi, Buile Ṡ. 106.10 . nocho rucsat inn
óicc ini sin ar tairisin in righ leo `of their loyalty to the
15king
(?)' (Plummer MS. notes), Anecd. ii 63.11 . (c) security,
safety, protection (?): is fót clith tánacsa, ┐ fo ollbríg do
tharisen, LU 3904 (SC). o tharraid a tarisi sin dorone
creich moir ar Brian when he reached their protection (?),
Ann. Conn. 1315.11 = ALC i 572.14 . tairisi a taisceda, ┐
20coimead a giall the guarding of his treasures (?), Hy Maine
92.4 . (d) The sense is not clear in Laws: fuatach fo tairisin
`carrying off under compact,' Laws iii 486.7 . Cf. fuatach gin
tairisim, iv 270.x . The following two exx. are translated
` tarrying ' as if the word were identical with tairissem:
25 tellach fo leth toirisin .i. ar daigin leth tairisechta, v 462.22
text, 464.2-3 Comm. fuaslaicter ar tairisean .i. ar daigin
tairisechta, 464.11 text, 24 Comm. Cf. ni haclaidh nach
toirisiud ... .i. uair nocha tabuir aclaidh for nech inní doní
ar daigne tairisichta, H. 3. 17 col. 448 ( O'Don. 592 ).
30(e) Various: forsin n-árchoin na lamat cethri ollchoiceda
hErend tascud no tairisin dó, TBC 1936 . Leg. taircsin
(see taircsiu)? But see Ped. ii 628 - 9 . Failte ingen Tairisin
(mock name, cf. tairise), Anecd. ii 64.10 . lom aulo .i. a
rigdai gan fialtairísi ara beodacht, BB 249a50 .

35 tairismech adj o, ā (tairissem) (a) constant, steadfast, permanent:
arim t. ¤ `that it (faith) may be stable,' Wb 25a9 . it tairismig
gl. stati, Bcr. 34a1 . folud t. ¤ `a constant meaning,' Sg. 150b2 .
Cf. 147b1 . baán tairismich do irnigdi `constant in prayer,'
Wb 5d22 . arm[tha] t. ¤ inhiris, 5b32 . mad t. ¤ hi fochidib,
40 8d1 . acht robad t. ¤ linni `steadfast with us' (ueritas euangeli),
18d11 . tairismig, nibat lúamnaig, SR 4395 . da droing for
ainglib ... .i. tairismecha .i. na haingli tairisid caidchi a
fiadnaisi De, YBL 169b12 . in trebuire t. ¤ `the standing
surety
,' Laws v 342.10 Comm. dia rubla .i. madia n-airgiter
45co t. ¤ hi ┐ co maith, 448.8 Comm. = O'Dav. 826. n[a] .uiii.
focail cumdaigthi ... toirismeacha forgles ┐ fothaiges buna
`beständigen,' Cóic Con. Fug. 30 § 16 . Compar. is siniu in
fer et is tairismechu quam mulier , Wb 28b16 . tairismighi,
CCath. 5798.
50(b) In late Mid. and Early Mod. Ir. applied to weapons,
blows, warriors, etc.: cait[h]creasa ... tairismecha im
taebu strong battle-girdles , CCath. 5342 . mor tuisech tenn
talcur t. ¤ firm , 6029 . resin tuarcain ... tairismich, Cog.
192.7 . curaid ... t. ¤ , MR 182.4 . dobert tuinnsem t. ¤ a clar
55a ochta do (with spear), D iv 2, 57b12 .

tairismetu n[t,m.] (tairissem) constancy, stability, perman-
ence: in tuisci tairngither as in topur is ann bis t. ¤ air itir
na linne it is there that it remains stationary, Laws i 140.15
Comm. co ndein a ro-thairismhetu fair `permanent settle-
60ment
,' v 316.7 Comm. t. ¤ im ailig nadartha constancy around
a stone of adoration
, 472.21 Comm.

1 tairismid v(tairissem) remains, stays: ann ro chomhnaig
┐ ro thairissimh Iaicim ┐ Anna, Fl. Earls 110.19 . Vn.
tairismed: do bhi dream 'ga radha in tslighe a n-gebhdais
65do thoirismhedh ┐ dream oca fiafraiged ca ragdais d'ascnam
a tiri fein to keep to whatever road they should take (?), Caithr.
CC 53.4 .

2 tairismid n[i,m.] (tairissem) one who remains, stands:
medónt. `standing in the middle' (gl. mediastinas), Sg.
70 37b13 . ban terismid `a female stander' (gl. obstetrix),
69a18 .

tairismige n iā, f. (tairismech) steadfastness, stability, per-
manence: i cach thairismichi gl. in omni instantia, Wb
22d22 . t. ¤ t[h]alman `stability of earth,' Thes. ii 356.3 =
75 Trip. 50.1 . trí seithir dognáise: luinne, cétludche, t. ¤ ,
` obduracy ,' Triads 209.

tairismigid v g (tairismech) remains, stays: uair nach ar
chollaidecht tairismhighit 'na n-athardha not from carnal
motives do they remain in their country
, Lism.L. 717.

80 tairisnech adj o, ā (tairisiu) trustful, trusting in: torisnich gl.
fidentes, Wb 14b27 . is(ni)ni torisnig `it is we trustful' gl.
confidimus, 26b5 . taraisnech gl. confidiens, Ml 58c18 .

tairisnecht n ā, f. (tairisiu)=tairisecht: ni haclaidh nach
toirisiudh co nairille .i. uair nocha tabuir aclaidh for nech
85inni dogni ar daigne tairisichta co nairille na tairisnichta,
H. 3. 17 col. 448 ( O'Don. 592 ). iar turbrod na tairisnechta,
ib. co mbad follus ... múinnterus ┐ t. ¤ do beith dó-som sech
cách fri hÍsu (Judas), PH 5138.