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tairmḟorcend n o,n.,m. (a) Gramm. ending, termination .
mad hinonn tarmorcenn ṅdóib, Sg. 111a3 . hi cach tar-
morcenn, 31a7 . inderbus ... tairmmorcinn `uncertainty
of ... termination
,' 62a3 . sé tarmmorcenn `six terminations,'
80 166a1 . i tairmoircniu ailiu, 63b3 . ní hilaigedar tairm-
moircniu anísiv `this (kind of preterite) ... does not multiply
the terminations
,' 166a2 . ar chuit tarmorcenn `as regards
terminations
,' 33a9 . ó cach tharmmorcnib, 43a5 . cia
haenfocul gebes ... cen deifir tomuis no tarmfortcind no
85feda ..., Auraic. 1261 . a tarmartchenn do techt a ní having
its termination in `í'
, H. 3. 18. p. 654 ( O'C. 1480 - 1 ).
(b) Metr. end of a line . See IT iii 130 . ní fafrecrat a
cetri tarmortcind (of the metre casbairdne), IT iii 11.18 .
srethbairdne dā, is fri toebcasad doberar í tomus ┐ tar-
marcind, 13.21 . gu robe in fidh cetna bes isind imrecru
5na tarmthortcheand, Auraic. 920.
? anair ... i n-āentarmfortcend a forcend ... ┐ i tarm-
fortchenduib ┐ ēitsechtaib deochraiges fria nath dēbrechta,
Corm. Y 41 . ? tarmfortchenn .i. fóbairt no dorchadas,
H. 4. 22, p. 67 ( O'C. 2068 ).

10 tairmglicc adj i (glicc) very clever (?): slog mar dub ... t. ¤ , PH
8105.

? tairmillter v masa cunntabairt in nuathaib no nach uathaib
do rigned in marbadh, is rogha na selbach ara t. ¤ ata in
crandchur do genat no in aithgin icfait `who are sued'
15(of killing done by cattle), Laws iii 440.8 Comm. See
tairmilt.

tairmilt n i and ā, [f.]. (to-air-mel-?). A legal term of obscure
meaning. Perh. a payment or fine of some description, act
of paying same: in bas discair, sena de, no imdenam fair,
20acht mane be frecra na comarba co rabatar re coiss i nuair
tairmilti in gnimraid, ┐ mase amail ro soissed a sena no a
imdenam doib cona tairmilti orra budein is a sena no a
imdenam doib co na t. ¤ airsium, H. 4. 22, 74a-b ( O'C. 2098 )
= cona tairmiltair fein, H. 4. 22 72b ( O'C. 2092 ). is e ... fastus
25tuarustul ac fer tairmelta ann, H. 3. 18, 296 ( O'C. 605 ).
amail do roise do fein a ṡena cona t. ¤ air fein ro soich da sena
conna t. ¤ airsim, Eg. 88, 49 (50)c ( O'C. 2583 ). dearbtuarasdal
aicsina fuil ag fear tairmilta ann, ib. ( O'C. 2585 ) = ag fir
tairmilter and, ib. ( O'C. 2584 ).

30 tairmim(ar)chor n[o, m.] carrying across, transporting: clocha
┐ cairrgi na sliabh ... do tarmimchur leis, CCath. 1378 .
do lecaib togaidhib ... arna tairmimurcur-sen i cropaibh
en ... dar in sliab, 5287 .

tairmim(ar)chuirid v i (tairmimarchor) carries across, trans-
35ports: gur tairmimorchuredh in slógh indtibh (of ships),
CCath. 160 v.l. ro tairmiomchuiredh i nÁth Cróch iadsidhe
tar Sionainn `they were ferried over the Shannon,' FM vi
2276.4 .

? tairmínaigid v g (mín) explains, expounds: rotharmhinuid
40Albín co Béid innahí rohasnéid dó, ZCP ii 321.20 .

tairmiscid xsee do-airmesca.

? tairmnigid v g crosses, traverses: a gcert-lār in rig-rōid
rīgdha thairmnigess eitir prīmh-chathraigh Recanati agas
in sen-fhairrge ` crosses between ,' Fl. Earls 124.20 . ? Leg.
45 thairmchéimnigess.

tairmthecht n ā, f. vn. of tarmi-téit. As u, m. g s. tairmthecto,
Wb 3d6 (see Thurn. Hdb. § 725 ).
I going across, traversing, passage: t. ¤ in díthruib`the
passage of the wilderness
,' Ml 83b11 . fri t. ¤ hi consain `to
50the passage into a consonant
,' Sg. 14a7 . 15a4 . ni loc tairmth-
echtae di in s, 16b5 . cen t. ¤ persan `without transition of
persons
,' 220a8 . cáin dómnaig cen t. ¤ ind itir not to travel
therein
, Fél.² lxiv § 17 , cf. nir gnathach le C.C. tairimthecht
ó espart dia Sathairn co maidin Luain, BCC 186.36 . See
55also under II. ac tairimthecht an glinne, SG 115.6 = Acall.
940 . do bhādoip a thairimtheachta boats crossing it (a
river), Fl. Earls 106.5 . re taighleoiriocht ┐ ré toirimtheacht
┐ re teachtairiocht ` ambassadorship ,' CRR² 68.14 .
In Fl. Earls a passage round the top of a wall or building,
60 gallery, architrave (?): a ttighi a mhūir ┐ a thairimtheachta
`the rampart and circuit,' Fl. Earls 68.9 . 96.21 . go srethoip do
cholomhnaib ... go ttairimthecht chomthrom choimhrēidh
do c[h]lochoib ... marmair, 152.y . 186.z. forsan tairim-
thecht atā fair ar in taep amoigh, 220.13 .
65 II transgression, sin: ni t. ¤ rechto, Wb 2c18 . 3c29 . 10a27 .
13d26 . 15a16 . 19b16 . hon t. ¤ , Ml 39a17 . ar digail tairm-
thechta rechta daé, 74b5 . 74b7 . do dígail a tarmthechta,
SR 7196 . hi cinaid do thairmtechta-su, LB 129b37 . comic
iar tairmtecht `payment after transgression,' Laws i 260.z .
70 t. ¤ domnaig transgressing Sunday (i.e. by working, travelling,
etc.): fiuchae tairmt[h]echtai in domnaig, Anecd. iii 25.18 .
Ériu ii 192 § 2. 204 § 23 . turbuid thairimtechta in domnaig
exemptions from the transgressing of Sunday (?), 208 § 32 v.l.
(turbaide techta i n-domnaig `lawful exemptions of Sunday,'
75text). See also under I. t. ¤ gráid transgressing holy orders:
sacart ... iar tairmtecht a graid cen aithrigi, Ériu vii 150.14 .
ZCP x 53.7 . RC xv 488.7 . no muna beadh thuingeas in
gradh ní beas toirimtheacht dia gradhaib unless what the
order swears is something which constitutes a transgression
80of the order(s
), H. 4. 22 p. 33 ( O'C. 2010 ).

tairmthechtach adj o, ā (tairmthecht) (a) crossing over, wander-
ing: amail gach n-en ttruag ttarimtheachtach ó dhithribh
do dhithribh, Buile S. 52.14 . Gramm. transitiuum .i. in
t. ¤ , Sg. 209b12 .
85(b) transgressing, sinful: araile epscop tarmthechtach,
Goid. 98.24 . is hé glan[a]d leusom tairmtechdaich ind
graid sacaird `for one who transgresses the priestly orders,'
Mon. Tall. 134.14 .