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taistel(l)ach adj o, ā (taistel) given to travelling, marching :
80 rí t. ¤ cen timme, Met. Dinds. iv 346.88 . Eoghan teann tais-
dealach tairptheach, ML 72.26 . go tuillmheach taisdiollach
(of an army's advance), 84.5 .
As subst. o, m. traveller, wayfarer : tastelach gach tiri,
Fen. 222.5 taisdealach Trágha Dá Bhán marcher,
85 attacker (?), DDána 96.35 . d'éis taisdealaigh tholcha
Bhreagh ` rover ,' TD 31.18 . im thaistealach anbhfann,
Hackett xviii 2 . don taisteallach bhíos ar turus, TSh. 9807 .
courier, messenger : im taistellach tuaithe ` runner ,' Laws
i 184.15 . .i. siblech, 190.18 Comm. is imdha taisteallach
sibhail ┐ echlach, CF 639 . As n. pr. : Taisteallach trenfer,
5 CF 186.

taistlid v i (taistel) travels, traverses : a chuiléin ... | ro
thaisdil tír tseimseng, SG 353.11 . guro taistlitis redhi an
muighi, CCath. 3093 . in talomh ro thaistilset othá Rodhān
gusin dú sin, Fl. Earls 28.16 . mé ag siobhal ... | sódh ar
10a dtaisdil mo throigh | ba mó n-aisdir dom anmoin the soft
path my foot travelled made my soul's journey longer
, Dán
Dé xxv 39 . craobh ón tír do thaisdil Dia, Aithd. D. 16.47 .
Of perusing books : sir ┐ taistil na scrioptuire, BNnÉ 91
§ 198 . má thaistil i liubhraibh Scuit `if he be versed in
15Scottic books
,' Ó Bruad. i 204.

taite n beginning (only of the seasons). Cf. Ériu x 110 . taide
.i. tosach, taide earraig, .i. tosach earraig, O'Cl. Similarly
Lec. Gl. 456 , Stowe Gl. 152 . ó luan t. ¤ ṡamna co t. ¤ n-imbuilc,
TBC 2900 . is t. ¤ gaimrid, Laws ii 126.26 Comm. co t. ¤ samraid,
20 SG 362.4 . im t[h]. ¤ foghmair, Corm. Y 796 . dia taide
fogumhair, Folklore iv 486 § 68 . in cetáine iar t. ¤ fhogamair,
RC xii 430 § 25.

táite n(Engl. loanword) a tate (a measure of land equivalent
to 60 Irish acres). See PRIA vii 484 , Joyce, Irish Names
25of Places i 246 . gona deich dt. ¤ ... an líon táiteadh fil ann,
Maguires of F. 58.18 .

? taitgid v ara feiser follus iar ndond ┐ dond iar follus .i.
taitgith a tosach ┐ dunaid co foillsiget aisneis fair ... co
nimresnai ┐ taitgetar imi sin, H.3.18, 631a ( O'C. 1390 ).

30 táith- xsee táth compds.

taithbe n io, n. (<*to-aith-ben-, cf. aithbe) (a) ebb, ebb-tide :
tarclam Ainge grinne nglan | cen taidbe fri tinsanad `a
faggot which dripped unless it was ebb-tide
,' Met. Dinds. ii
58.6 . do na bi tuili is t. ¤ , RC xx 174.3 . (b) dissolution,
35 infringement (?) : ciarbo th. ¤ imúathaid `an infringement of
utter seclusion
,' Met. Dinds. iii 246.74 . bera aidbriudh taidhbi
cor `a suit will set aside an unfair contract,' Laws iv 268.15 .
a tri bais ┐ a cuic thaidhbibh .i. fogail, Eg. 88 fo. 21(22)a
( O'C. 2281 ). a cuic taidhbe .i. fogail ┐ fuigill ┐ imguin ┐
40atha ┐ feimed a cobra, 24(25)a ( O'C. 2311 ).
? nertsus beannacht bag taítbi, BB 45a4 . cét bó ac
taidhbi, BR 46.4 v.l. (taidle, text).

taithbech xsee taithmech.

taithbéim n n, n. (to-aith-béim) return blow (one of Cú Chu-
45lainn's feats. Used both of sling-shot and sword-stroke).
But according to Heldensage 418 the word is a compd.
táth-béim `Klebe-schlag' : ataig t. ¤ dia claidiub dóib, LU
3264 . co mbí da en déc diib. tria tháithbémend trá insin
uli, 5176 . luth la fáebra foltchíp | tond fri talmain tadbéim,
50 8618 . táithbéim ┐ béim co fomus, 9293 . dobretha táthbéim
dó sech barr-uachtar in sceith, TBC 1996 . dosléged tath-
bē[i]m forsna heonu `stunning shot,' Ériu i 114 § 2 . tath-
béim ` side-stroke ,' iv 30.13 . ro cuadar ... for taithb[ém]en-
daib a cloidhem, CCath. 1996 . marbhais [na héanlaith] as
55a chranntabaill leis an gcleas dá ngairthí táithbhéim éan,
Keat. ii 3486.

taithbeoaigid v g (beo) (a) Trans. restores to life, resuscitates :
taithbeoaigi B. hé fochedair, Lism.L. 3682 . ise rothaith-
beoig in mac marb, LB 131b15 . rotathbeōaig tri marbu,
60 BColm. 102.17 . ise D. clērech rataithbeōg marb fodeōid
i nErinn, ZCP iii 35.25 . an Bachall Bhrandaibh, ler thaith-
bhéoaighestair Brandabh, BNnÉ 266.4 . taithbeoeochaid
corp Adaim ┐ cuirp na marb, YBL 150a45 . dús in taith-
beoighfedh in Coimdhiu, Cáin Ad. 8 . conid hé sin marb
65rotaithbeōgad fodeōid i nEirind, ZCP iii 36.1 . (b) Intrans.
comes to life again : co rothathbeoig, LL 278b30 . lestar
do eipled ar dornaib na n-anfiran, no taithbeogad ar dorn-
naib na firen, Laws v 472.18 Comm.
Vn. taithbeógud : oenmac na fedba ... | do thathbeogud
70a hécaib, SR 7120 . oc atach anm(a) Dé friss im tathbeougud
a meic dí, Trip. 558.7 . fri tathbeōud marb, BColm. 70.8 . ar
thaithbeouccad D., BNnÉ 266.2 . taithbheodhadh toile
renewal of love, DDána 108.8 . g s. taithbeóghaid, ZCP iii
35.29 .

75 taithbingid n i, m. (do-aithbig) faultfinder : his taithbingith
... nachiddeni ar oen in cethardi-se he is a faultfinder who
does it (finds fault) for any reason other than one of these four
,
Ériu vii 162.27 .

taithbuillech adj o, ā (buille) giving return blows . Only in
80 n.pr. : Tathbhuillech Ṡleibhe Cairn, CF 257 . Cf. taithbéim.

taithchennach n o, m. (cennach) recall of a purchase, can-
celling a bargain : ni tacria (leg. taithchria ?) ma ro ria ...
.i. ni derna a th. ¤ , Eg. 88 fo. 31 (32)b ( O'C. 2398 ). oenach
... cen táide, cen t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 150.64 . But taithchean-
85nach .i. athmhalairt, O'Cl. ? Hence ` exchange, traffic ,'
Lhuvd. O'Brien, O'R.