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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 .

tairmthechtas n o, m. = tairmthecht. (a) ní déni dobriathar
t. ¤ persan nindib ` transition of persons,' Sg. 220a9 . 10 .
5(b) mile bliadan o chruthugud in aingil conice a thairm-
tectus, MacCarthy 46.2 , cf. SR 864 . co cuirmis dind ni ...
di ar tairmthechtus, MacCarthy 64.1 . a thaisig in tairm-
techtais (i.e. Satan), PH 3927 . crand in tairmtechtais,
3935 .

10 tairnem xsee tairniud.

tairnge n io,m. spike, point, nail, peg : hic clauus. t. ¤ , Ir. Gl.
443 . a chathcarpat ... cona thair[n]gib gaíthe bitís ar
fertsib, LU 6481 (TBC). scengith a tairrneda estibh (of
ships), Aen. 244 . táeb fri tairngib `to lean upon spikes,'
15 Met. Dinds. iii 62.95 . do bhadar tairingedha iarainn saiti
as (of a bridge), Aisl. Tund. 126.10 . ic tennad a tairngi
tightening their nails (?) TTr. 136 . co nār f[h]āguib in ghaoth
... tairrnge gan tēgadh, ML² 704 . 'nā tairrngi gan trotlugud,
CF 48 . tairngeadha a chinn (of Christ), Studies 1931,
20662 § 16 . ó ghaibhneadh chruaidh trí dtairngeadh from
the hard forging of three nails
, DDána 61.4 . Cf. PBocht
4.45 . ag sníomh tairngeadh `driving ... nails,' TD 6.9 .
bera ... co ngrantairngnib (sic leg.) darts with ugly spikes,
Cog. 160.28 . an tairrnge congbhus an maide gan tuitim,
25 FM iii 312.5 . tairngidhe an tabearnacuil, Ex. xxxv 18 .
t. ¤ i m-beó (proverb), Hard. ii 408.2 . a' táirne tiarpa mem-
brum virile, ZCP v 227.878 .

tairnged n u, m. (tairnge) act of nailing : ic tairrnged ┐ ic
fosughud a crua ... fo cosaib a n-ec[h]radh, CCath. 4642.

30 tairngertach n o, m. (do-airngir) tarrngartach, tairrngear-
tach, IGT Decl. § 22 , §104 . one foretold or prophesied :
tarbhach toisc in tairrngeartaigh (Molaise), SG 32.8 . mac-
thairngertach (sic leg.), RC xxix 122.2 . tainic an t. ¤ .i.
Caoimhgin, BNnÉ 125.23 . doirbh ... cinneamhuin tairn-
35geartaigh hard the lot of one destined (to an earldom), DDána
83.1 . atberdís ... gur bhó tairrngertach idir é (Aodh Ruadh),
FM v 1860.3 . tairrngertach tocbala Temrach `prophesied
elevator of T
.', MR 96.1 . Críost an Tairrngirtheach Mac
Dé, Keat. ii 3175 . ar rondu tairrngertaig (sic leg. ?), ZCP
40 v 503.5 . ? one given to making (rash) promises : gúach
cech t. ¤ , Tec. Corm. 15.28 .

tairngertaid n[i,m.] (do-airngir). g s. thairngeartaidh, TD
13.32 . tairrngeartaidh, DDána 102.13 . See TD 1.38 n.
tarngartaidh (v s.), 2.21 .
45(a) = tairngertach : is é Aengus in tairngertaig sin, Fél.
12.27 . mactharngertaid De do nim (Isaac), SR 3077 .
immon mac tharṅgirthid, TTr. 252 . tairrngertaidh chrích
bféarghlan bFáil, IGT Decl. ex. 1329 = KMMisc. 168.3 .
tairngeartaidh laochshluaigh Laighean, DDána 117.36 .
50(b) a prophet : gur tairrngir Fionn mac Cumhail an tairrn-
gertaidh oirdeirc é, Mart. Don. 158.5 . (c) spouse (in religious
sense of Christ) : don tairggertaigh spirtalta, Trip. 178.2 .
See tairgerthair.

tairngid xsee do-srenga.

55 tairngire, tarngaire n io, n., later f. vn. of do-airngir. IGT
Decl. § 3 (44.15) .
(a) promising, promise : tairrngire .i. gealladh, O'Cl.
bid fír a t. ¤ `the promise,' Wb 2c19 . Ml 108b17 . t. ¤ flatho
dia chlaind som `the promise of sovranty,' 137b5 . a tairn-
60gere, 122d7 . in tairngeri (g s.), 108b13 , 15 . 108c1 . 110b10 .
122d7 . 128c7 . maicc tairngiri children of the promise (given to
Abraham)
, Wb 4c6 . iarsin tairgiriu, Wb 19c3 . Ml 33d22 .
inna tairngere gl. promisa, Ml 108b8 . 18 . co astaidter
tuatha ...? ... clerig ... co tarngaire co brud `by a promise
65till they break
,' Laws iii 14.13 . ba ferr lim dobertha oldaas
a bithtarṅgaire, PRIA 1912, 262.19 ( LL 274a49 ). tairngaire
bachla `the promise of taking the pilgrim's staff,' Laws v
124.3 Comm.
(b) Tír Tairngiri the Promised Land of the Old Testament :
70 cumsanad du phopul israhel hi tír tairngeri, Wb 33b6 .
2c21 . Ml 68b4 . 78c11 . 83d4 . 99c2 . 105a8 . tíre tairngiri
inna mbéo, Wb 11a19 . ṁbertatar in taisceltai tall a tír
tairngeri `which those spies brought out of the Land of Pro-
mise
,' Tur. 130 . ic remtechtus in popuil Israel a tír Egipt
75co tír tharngiri, PH 7048 . Hence transf. heaven, paradise :
tír tairngeri `land of promise,' gl. nobis nuntiatum est, Wb
33b2 . 33a23 . tír tairngeri nó regnum caelorum , 33d13 .
na apstail ... na fir a tīr tarngaire heaven-sent , ZCP xiii
16.32 . Tir T. ¤ do thadall fo dheoigh (promise of angel to
80Brendan), BNnÉ 52.2 . Tír Thairrngire ... atá ... dá tairr-
ngire dhúinn ó thús an domhain, TSh. 7759 . Also of the
Otherworld of Irish legend : a celtar comga ... do tlacht-
dillat Tíre Tair[n]gire, LU 6440 . ruc Manannán Aine ... leis
co Tír Tairngiri, Acall. 3683 . seintír mar thír tharrngaire,
85 O'Gr. Cat. 385.7. See Im. Brain i 226 ff. Metaph. dorigne
tra tir t. ¤ d'Érinn ana ré, CF 73.20 .
(c) prophesying, prophecy : profetans de Christi adventu
.i. ag tarngaire geine Crīst, Corm. Y 959 . ic tair[n]giri na
cretmi, LU 9834 . ic t. ¤ ... in Catha Catharda do gnim accu,
CCath. 824 . ag t. ¤ báis Aodha, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 23.15 . Frequ.
5 at-tá i t. ¤ has been prophesied : ata hi tarṅgeire o chein ...
sain, SR 3305 . día mbeth hi tarngire leosom do dilgend a
tíri, LU 1910. 9085 . do bhí i dtarrngire a thoigheacht,
Dán Dé xv 18 . Cf. fada tá do tharngaire | tú do thocht,
DDána 18a.1 . do Thadhg a-ta an t. ¤ it is to T. that the pro-
10phecy refers
, 97.31 . dá shíol tiocfa an t. ¤ the prophecy will
be fulfilled in his seed
, 97.25 . eagail leam lá na meidhe | go
dtiocfa fam thairngeire that it will arrive as I prophesy (?),
57.34 . do chur na tairrngire asteach, TD 27.36 . an Brian
tarngaire `the prophesied B.', 13.51 . do sgaoil d'fhádh
15snaidhm seantarngaireadh, DDána 89.18 . ní theasda uaidh
é dá hamhghoire | tarngoire a bhfuair sé dá soinmhighe
sign, omen (?), 83.4 . an cupán ... lé ndénann sé tairrgire,
Gen. xliv 5.