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2 tairsin n(—á—?) = taircsin (2 taircsiu). tairsin tairgsin (an
édaigh), IGT Decl. § 148 . overtaking, reaching ; coming
80to an end : olcc a th. ¤ im gaes ṅgle | iar scaichsin a chétfaide
it was wrong to take advantage of him (?) in the matter of
clear wisdom after his senses had become enfeebled
(of Isaac
deceived by Jacob), SR 2903 . doluid Saúl ... fri t. ¤ Dauid
ifus (: āigsin, see Strachan, Verbal Syst. of SR 961 ) to meet (?),
85 5959 . in dara hitche ... .i. trocaire Dé dia th. ¤ , LB 157a34 ,
cf. PH 6462 and Lib. Fl. i 36b2 , 40 . dá th. ¤ ná cuir do chois |
i muir áibhsigh an iomuis, Content. xxii 28 . o'tcondaic ...
Brutus ar t. ¤ in tṡaethair sin when he saw that B. had com-
pleted that work
(o tairnic ... forbtiughudh, v.l.), CCath. 1822 .

tairsitiu n n,f. vn. of *do-airsem (to—air—od—sem—). flooding,
5 inundation: a tóla ┐ in t. ¤ , Pcr. 64a1 . nad batar ... niuil
di thursitin talman, Ériu ii 104.27 . Cf. dénum cretra
tursaite popail do linn the blessing of holy water for baptising
the congregation
(?), H.3.17 col. 655 ( O'Don. 920 ).

tairsitnech adj o, ā (tairsitiu) flooding, inundating: tursitnech
10gl. irriguus, Sg. 24a3 .

tairtbe xsee tairdbe.

? tairtéit vprot. form <*to—air—téit: fear imerta fir araile
... contairteit do ta fich a gres who fights his battle on his
behalf
(?), H.3.18, 149 ( O'C. 256 ). Cf. connach tarted a
15chomlonn do fich a gressa, Laws iv 348.z Comm.

tairthe -ch, -ige xsee torud, toirthech etc.

táirthechtain xsee tárrachtain.

tairthiar xsee tair.

tairthím n[? n, n.]. vn. of taortaim, q.v. (to—air—tuit—, KZ
20 xlvi 155 , Ped. ii 657 ). g s. tuirthime, O'Dav. 1516. toirr-
chim, ā, f., IGT Decl. § 13 (66.11) . Also m. (with g s. =
n s.), § 113 . ? Cf. terthaim (: Cremthaind), YBL 125b20 .
(a) a falling asleep, fit of sleep, slumber, usually with foll.
qualifying gen. suain or codalta: cotailsiu sin bic ... do
25thromthortim cotulta, LU 6310 = TBC 2466 . toilis a
thromth. ¤ fair, TBC 3289 . ro thuit a torrthaim suain ┐
cotalta forro, Acall. 3394 . ó tharla 'na shuaintoirchim
(sic leg.), Ériu i 18.28 . (b) sleep, slumber (without following
gen.): toirthim = codlad (B. na f.), ZCP viii 558 . tuirthim
30.i. tam, Lec. Gl. 425 . cen tomailt ┐ can toirt[h]im, ZCP
viii 102.14 . ach ach as tind ar toirrthimm, LB 105 marg.
inf. baoghal dá dtí an toirrthim `perilous if slumber come,'
Dán Dé xii 3 . guala Colmáin ... | na rob' toirchim dún
`may it not dull our devotion,' perh. leg. nar ob that never
35refused us rest
, Arch. Hib. iv 206 § 13 (in a list of relics).
tocbais an ti Ruadhan a toirrchim dhe (dhi, MS.) `R.
awoke her
' (Plummer MS. notes), BNnÉ 319 § 15 . ní thig
... toirrchim ar mo shuilibh, Buile Ṡ. 132.22 . Metaph. ar
thoirrthim Sléibhe Si-óin, Dán Dé xi 9 . Cf. toirrchim
40dheiridh an domhain, DDána 57.7 . tangadar isin sliabh
uile gan toirrthim without rest (?), ALC i 300.21 .
(c) numbness, stupor, death: in tsoilsi ... can t. ¤ ce[n] tur-
brúd, LU 2467 . dolluid iarum taurthim fair for a beola
`a numbness came upon his lips,' Ériu ii 222.30 = tolduid
45iarum taurtaim fair fora beolu `then a trance fell upon him
as he lay on his face
,' Mon. Tall. 155.15 . Ailech Néit ní
tréic tre th. ¤ Ailech Imchill `loses not through oblivion the
name of A.I.
', Met. Dinds. iv 106.68 . tuirthim .i. bas, ut
est cia dech rath saer rath le Féni ad tuirthime docum
50comarba .i. linad sét iar n-ecaib na flatha dochum na
comarba, O'Dav. 1516. taurthaim bass chele las mbi,
H.3.18, 393a ( O'C. 875 ). atbath borg tromm Temra | la t. ¤
a flathe, Fél. Prol. 166 . torrthaim ┐ tupaist, Acall. 3307 ,
` accident ,' SG ii 186 . tenn ┐ toirrthim na tosga sin failure
55(of an expedition on an unpropitious day), ML² 1059.

tairthimech adj o, ā (tairthim) torpid, sleepy: an corp mall
toirrchimeach trom, Dán Dé xxix 4 . druim | re magh
dtoirrchimeach dtadhaill, DDána 57.19 . táinic M. ...
toisc toirtimech ... d'fios Í Briain `came on a most sorry ...
60journey
,' Caithr. Thoirrdh. 58.17 .

tairthiud n u, m. See Ped. ii 642 - 3 . ? pl. turtheta, turtheda,
LL 6b30 , 11b40 (scribal errors for tuirthechta, Ped.). ? tur-
theda, Comp. Con C. 12.23 .
Story, account, description: tairthíudh .i. sgéla, O'Cl.
65 tuirthed tuidechta Pátraicc ... dochum nErenn, Trip.²
188 , glossed adbar, Arch. iii 10.7 , `account,' Lism. L. 133 .
aslingi Medba ... ┐ turthed a himthechta (`die Ursache
thres Zuges
'), IT iii 492.2 . tuirrtigud bunaid na Troian,
BB 411b52 = turthiud, TTr. 41 . tairthugud ... in con, RC
70 xvi 53.8 . bid sain tuirthiud doib `different will be their
circumstances
' (some going to heaven and others to hell).
PH 3590 . atcuaid ... a th. ¤ dó, RC xx 50.7 . ro fiarfaigh do
Galafas tairthugud an cloidim ... ┐ dorigne G. sencus in
cloidim, D iv 2, 79a3 .
75? tri bronaigh coirmthighe: fer dogni, fer dia ndentur,
fer teid dia tairthíudh minab saiteach, BB 66a51 = fer
ibes menip sáithech, Triads 94 . atchitis tuirthiud na rend
... immateighdis cach dia ` course (?),' Ériu ii 98 § 2 . ba doich
dun beith allmarda do thairthed, IT ii2 190.34 . See tuir-
80thecht
.

tairthogu,—ugud xsee terthogu, turrtugud.

tairthuasacht n[ā, f.] (to—air—tóis—) listening to: nir étad
a th. ¤ , LL 375a52 . is luga ro lamhsat tirtuasacht a breithre,
CCath. 1788 , v.l.

85 1 tais adj i cf. Stokes, Celt. Decl. p. 33. (a) damp, moist:
? im thuaim taiss, Met. Dinds. iii 366.3 . fo thalmain t. ¤
`under the damp earth,' 456.81 . secht tes teinedh talman t. ¤ ,
RC xxviii 314.21 . a seantruim th. ¤ talmhaidhe, Studies
1918, 281 § 12 . a Uilleag an airm th. ¤ `of the dripping
sword
,' Aithd. D. 40.25 . ar clochaibh fuara fíor-taisi,
5 BNnÉ 233.26 .
(b) soft, smooth . Frequ. of hair: fá' chéibh tt. ¤ , Mann.
and Cust. iii 154.y . a Aodh an fhuilt th. ¤ , Ir. Monthly,
1928, 607 § 6 . don bharrúrth. ¤ , TD 1.33 . Of other parts
of the body: a bhruinne bhánt. ¤ , TD 12.12 . Of places:
10 an learg th. ¤ , TD 11.5 . an tír thiormarsaidh th. ¤ , 17.20 .
Note also: cona cruas .i. narub t. ¤ (of grain paid as fine,
perh. moist ), Laws iv 94.16 Comm. don órchuanna thiorm-
ghlain th. ¤ (of the Cross), DDána 54.2 . Superl. taobh as
taise clúmh, DDána 8.6 .
15(c) gentle, kind, easy: le labhra t. ¤ , Content. xii 4 . bria-
tharth. ¤ , TD 41.17 . do ní t. ¤ don tighearna ` softens ,' PBocht
19.5 . éag na gríbhe nár ghríbh t. ¤ `who was no tame griffin,'
Misc. Celt. Soc. 376.3 . t. ¤ re a thiorthachaibh, FM vi 2236.4 .
níor th. ¤ a ndéagsain don dáimh too much for the poets was
20that sight
, DDána 102.33 . ó Sliabh Cúa, ní turus t. ¤ | riccim,
Buile Ṡ. 120.13 . Superl. dreach ... ba thaise le fíorbhocht,
ITS iii 198.10 .
(d) Hence in unfavourable sense weak, feeble, spiritless,
timid: narbat timtheirc t. ¤ `forage mercilessly,' KMMisc.
25 262.1 . cen tíam-gestal t. ¤ `by no feeble forceless work,' Met.
Dinds. iii 260.15 . nír th. ¤ a treoir, BB 25a13 = Keat. i 170.y .
re Tadg na ttachur nemth. ¤ , ZCP xiii 19.15 . gen gor-th. ¤ da
eneoch though it was no diminishing of his reputation, TTebe
28 93. t. ¤ an tabhach unprofitable was the exaction (Maedóc
30gives fraudulent beggars their own clothes, which they
had hidden), BNnÉ 240 § 175 . a-támaid go t. ¤ | dár namhaid
`I am too complaisant with my foe,' PBocht 5.13 . gidh t. ¤
domh-sa `though I am loath (?),' Content. xxii 23 and note.
Various: ni taiss ar richt reim n-ellach | dar na tarla
35slicht slinned, LL 193b47 . chum aifrinn nach racha ... | ní
taise dho le halmsa he is just as bad about giving alms, Ó
Bruad. iii 182.7 . Cf. Dinneen.
Compds. sróll taisgreanta, IGT Decl. ex. 1227 . cnes
taisshlím `smooth soft skin,' O'Gr. Cat. 472.25.