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80 tabart(h)as n o, m. (1 tabairt). IGT Decl. § 38 (88.2) . (a)
a gift, grant, donation : tria thabartus almsaine, PH 6085 .
cco ffuair onóir ┐ airmhidin, tiodhlaicthe ┐ tabhartais,
FM v 1334.7 . o athair na soillsedh tig an uile thaphartas
romhaith, Mac Aingil 12.13 . d'iarraidh tabhartais air,
85 Keat. i 58.7 . tabhartais donatas, TSh. 4637 . tabhartus do
neithib ceudfuighthe ` offering ,' Donl. 420.16 .
(b) In legal sense (see 1 tabairt). (i) gift : mar nach diles
in tabartas no in tidnacul do beir neich dá thoil féin uadha
gan ní na haghaigh, H.3.17 col. 434 ( O'D. 541 ). (ii) right of
gift, of conveyance (?), hence power, control over : co tuc
5Lochlann mac Namara mar solathur tobartus ar enach do
tSean do letligh, ┐ cin cor dligh sé sin d'iarra follus er tobar-
tus sin, Eg. 90 fol. 7, 1b ( O'D. 1960 ). da nabradís co mbeth
cairt no tobartas ó cláinn uilliam occu ... ┐ da ndecha tobar-
tus do clainn uilliam, 2a ( O'D. 1962 ). ag tabairt ár tabartais
10fein agus ár seilbi agus ár ngill do Seaan o Mulconaire
`[power of] gift,' O'Gr. Cat. 156.17. ? is ádhbal bhúr ttábh-
arthus ┐ is cian bhur saoirse ó uaislibh Éirionn, CF Eg. 120 .
doberim taburtus duid orum fēin cona fuil agam do maithus
command over myself, ZCP vi 39.25 .
15(c) mac tabartais a natural son, Hy Fiachr. 418.11 . 'n-a
gcloinn tabharthais a-táid `as false children' (of monks
whose discipline has relaxed), Ir. Monthly 1930, 152 § 28 .

tabarthi gerund. of do-beir to be given, placed : in loc dia
mbu th. ¤ ermitiu feid, Ml 22a4 . is t. ¤ bonum est fri cechtar
20in da fersaso, 112d1 . ni tabairthe duit tairisin forra, O'Cl.
s.v. tairisin. Cf. Aen. 2064.

tabernacuil n f. (see Thurn. Hdb. § 302 ), later tabernacul
o, m. (Lat. tabernaculum) n s. (?) tabernacol, SR 4206 . a s.
tabernacuil, Ml 43b12 , 82d1 . tabernacul, PH 5528 . g s.
25 inna tabernacuil , Ml 40c15 , 48b11 . na Tabernáculi , PH
5503 . d s. tabernacuil, Ml 36a19 . SR 4402 . tabernacul,
PH 8084 . a p. taibernacula, IT ii2 101.24 (= BB 496a37 ).
g p. tabernacul, LB 159a38 .
I In secular sense. (a) a tent, booth, hut : is bés inna
30tabernacuil didiu is solus ┐ astoidi do int soilse bís inname-
dónsi. ┐ is dorchae donaib naimtib bite frie anechtair,
Ml 40c15 (cf. Ps. xviii 11 ). ro boí Noí in tabernacuil ina
chotlud, LU 114 = Rawl. 71b37 (ina thabernacuil). a
n-inad na tri tabernacul mbecc doronta la Crīst ┐ la Petar
35┐ la hEoin, LB 159a38 . tabernacuil na sladmhóireadh,
Job xii 6. (b) ba hé in teg sin tra fo taibernacuil ┐ fo tegh
comhchruinnighthe ag an senadh Rōmānach ` meeting-
place ', Fl. Earls 244.11 .
II In biblical and religious sense. (a) (Feast of) Taber-
40nacles : ar shollamain na Tabernáculi, PH 5503 . féasta
na ttabernacuil, Lev. xxiii 34. (b) God's dwelling, heaven :
indas ind fir ...... átrebfea hi tabernacuil Dé, Ml 36a19 .
cúich itir aittrebus is-in tabernacul íchtaraig fil acut quis
habitat in tabernaculo tuo, PH 8084 = cia choimhneochus
45ann do thabernacuil, Ps. xv 1. (c) the tabernacle of the Jews
(containing the Ark) : di chosecrad tabernacuil rocachain
duaid in salmso, Ml 48b11 . Aron ba amru cech n-ail | saided
'sin tabernacuil, SR 4514 . ro-s-insorchaig tabernacul
Móysi, PH 5528 . an tan do rechdaís a tabernacul na
50fírindi, De Contemptu 576 . (d) a temple (Jewish) : hi taber-
nacuil nó hi tempul, Ml 82d1 . na druinge dho ní seirbhis
dhon tabearnácail, Heb. xiii 10. (e) a shrine, tabernacle,
canopied erection in a church : tabernacuil bhur Moloch
agus Chiun bhur níomháighe, Amos v 26 . atá an tabernacul
55ar lár na hecailsi, Maund. 69 . taipernacul ro-onōrach,
Fl. Earls 214.28 . Of a chapel in a church : taibernacul
ro-onōrach issan egluis sin, 208.3 .

tablaire n io,m. (Lat. tabellarius) a letter-carrier : t. ¤ gl.
tabellarius, Sg. 35a3 . Cf. taibleóir.

60 Tabór pn o (Mount) Tabor : imago in tairmchrutto i sléib t. ¤ ,
Wb 15b6 . tarmchruthud ... | Íssu i Sléib Thabóir, Fél.
July 26 .

tabrainn n the sea : tabhrainn .i. fairrgi, ┐ deismirecht air.
Oig tar tabhrainn truim, H.3.18, 650b ( O'C. 1462 ). Cf.
65 tabairn.

? tabron ind ethad ┐ etham ab edo, dicitur enim etam ni etham
t. ¤ arindí ethaid oine (?), O'Mulc. 463.

? tabsat v dia mbad Conchobur credbaigte nó Fergus ní-
thastar súan nó Conall Cernach t. ¤ crechta, is Cu Chulaind
70cobarthe, LU 3538 . See SC² ed. Dillon p. 86 .

tábur xsee tapur.

taburni nsee tabairn.

tac- prefIn compd.: rachat-sa ...... i tosach in tréncatha gan
tacimpódh `inflexibly,' Caithr. Toirrdh. 98.20 . Cf. taca.

75 taca n I (a) prop, support : a's ní bhiadh Oisín fann gan t. ¤
cléibh, Oss. iii 254.8 . an dream éisdeas é (Aifrionn) as é
air ... leath-luighe re taca ` any thing ,' Donl. 432.14 . cathair
atá suidhte air thacaibh amuigh air thonntaibh na fairrge
(Venice), GJ i 289b33 . ba th. ¤ maith lem' anacal a lámh 's
80a ghlór, Hackett xviii 20 . t. ¤ lem' cheann, ZCP v 206.34 .
(b) a foothold, stance : is annsin tuc som a chos re tacca na
talman, Acall. 6996 = SG 219.26 `gave his foot a solid bearing
on the ground
.' do druid Cuanna a bhonn re t. ¤ ┐ re tiugh na
talman, MR 284.25 . aingeal ... | gá mbí troigh re t. ¤ , PBocht
85 4.52 . (c) rung in a ladder (metaphor.) : t. ¤ a n-airde anond,
Arch. iii 237 § 21 = Studies 1934, 297 § 21 `this step in the
ascent to Heaven
' (drēimire, § 20 ). mairg téid a tacaib
in chraind `woe to him who slips from the steps of the ladder,'
§ 22. (d) a supporter, helper, mainstay : t. ¤ é dá gach fhogh-
laidh, IGT Decl. ex. 809 . Tadhg ua Baoighill sonus ┐
5taccadh tuaiscirt Ereann, FM iii 202.11 . ar d-t. ¤ , ar rian,
a's ar n-díon, Oss. iv 106.16 . an t-Iarla ó Thallaibh ba
th. ¤ le comhrac, ITS iii 56.75 .
II (a) a point of time : ocus is follus gurab .b. do bí an
t. ¤ sin agad `where you have B for Sunday Letter as is mani-
10fest
,' O'Gr. Cat. 290.32. conuic an t. ¤ a tet an grian a necci-
nocsium, Ir. Astr. Tr. 54.24 . i dt. ¤ a bhraith `in the hour
of His betrayal
,' Dán Dé xxvi 41 . co t. ¤ medon aichi, Ir.
Astr. Tr. 54.13 . bliadain go t. ¤ so a year ago , O'Don. Suppl.
gan t. ¤ stáide `without stop or halt,' Oss. vi 108.26 . (b) In
15phrase i t. ¤ fri near, abutting : i t. ¤ fria loch Lir `that abutted
on L.L.
,' Mélusine iv 298.17 = BNnÉ p. 81 n. . hi tacca
frisna múru `attached to the walls,' ZCP xvii 227.8 . Mod.
i dt. ¤ le, Dinneen.
Various obscure exx.: dod tacca uaimsi dodeacasa o
20Romanc(h)aib, BB 135a25 . ni contimairc mac duine | acan
nech damus tacai no mortal inflicts restraint on the man
who submits to it willingly ?
, Ériu ii 227 § 6 . ? doib ro bo
tacha in maidhm mor (: macha, perh. for maca sons ?), Rawl.
79a21 . ar dhluth ar inneach th'oige | tarla t. ¤ banchoige,
25 Content. xxii 17 note 4 . arus is amlaid sin ro lealtar do
taccaid dud mullach, BB 497a17 (cf. tocad ?).