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1 taithigid, taithige, tathaige (-aid). tathaigid, taithigid
60 f., g s. -ghthe, IGT Decl. § 150. 3 - 4 . vn. of *do-aithigi.
See TBFr. Gloss.
(a) visiting, visit : luamaire ... bai ic tathaide Erenn
(Manannán), BB 258a50 . mórda tathigthe `haughty when
visited
,' Tec. Corm. 16.4 . mo dūilem dom thaithigi, Ériu
65 ii 56 § 12 . fri tathigid chucumsa, RC xxv 35.15 . tathaighe
suirghe, ML 12.21 . robudh thigernas gan taithighe being
a lord and not receiving visits
(an impossibility), ML² 1410 .
trī mailgi ... ag tathaighidh ar na glenn-s[h]ūilib, 1588 .
do bhi se dhá thaithighe re deuósion mór (of a church),
70 O'Hussey T.C. 263.8. lucht a nemthathaidhi `those who
have not been there
,' Fl. Earls 158.y . g s. as attrib. : fer
taithigti messenger , Laws i 190.19 Comm. Cf. baoí giolla
... ag tathaighidhe chuca ┐ uadhaibh, FM vi 1914.2 . amus
tathuighe ... beiridh a eocha amach ` groom ,' Laws ii 24.19
75Comm.
(b) frequenting, resorting to : set in Spirda Noeb ...
fri tathigeid, SR 4420 . do rála ... dá mucaidh ... ic tath-
aighi na tulcha sin, BR 28.13 . tráig théit i dtathuigid
`along which there is a general right of way,' O'Gr. Cat. 456.15.
80 ní ro ansat lucht an bhaile do thathaighidh an tan sin,
FM vi 1916.2 . do bhádar na slighthe gan tathuighe, Judges
v 6.
(c) consorting with (in sexual sense) ; fer tathaighe cen
urgnam, Laws ii 356.8 . lanamnas fir tathigthe, 396.28 .
85 do bi scolairi ... ag tathaige ar mnai an clerich, BCC 112.17 .
(d) practising, observing : o thathaighe arm, ML 130.14 .
is gnáth ... il-cheóla dá dtathaighidh, TSh. 10919 . tathaighe
an chraois `the habit of intemperance,' Ó Bruad. i 48 § 47 .
Frequent of religious observance: tathaighe na trath,
BNnÉ 311.14 . ni hiomchubhaidh do thuatadhaibh a
5thathaigheadh (of the Scriptures), Luc. Fid. 25.17 . na
sacramuinte do thathaighe, Donl. 182.24 . taithighe na
mídheamhna `the exercise of meditation', 468.y .
Various: ben tathaige na mbō, ZCP iv 45.24 (other
MSS. have finite form, see TBFr. 395 ). ni raibi riamh ó
10sin amach ... gan bronngalar ┐ gan tataige amac ar mince
vomiting (?), diarrhoea (?), TBC 2255 , see p. 305 n. 6 .

2 taithigid v g (*do-aithigi, 1 taithigid) frequents, practices :
rí ní taitheocha i dTemraig | d'éis mharbta mhic Toirdel-
baig, Caithr. Thoirdh. 48.9 . locht riamh nár thathaigh do
15thaom `practised no evil course,' PBocht 27.16 . mairg
fear don tigh nach taithigh, Aithd. D. 88.22 .
Vn. cona fétait treoin tathugud occo, Acall. 5128 note .

taithigín n great figwort : tathaigín toidhbhseach, ZCP v 213.
342 , see p. 409 (taithigín, Midnight Court ed. Foley 342 ).
20Dinneen.

taithír xand derivv. see tathaír, etc.

taithlech, O. Ir. taidlech n o, n. (a) atonement (for sin),
penitence : a taidlech gl. ut peccatís satisfactionem possit
adhibere, Ml 23a3 . a caintaidlech gl. idoneam satisfactionem,
25 32b22 . g s. in taidlich , 23a9 . d s. ho chaintaidliuch gl. con-
fessionis satisfactione, 32a24 . flaith ... cen t. ¤ a kingdom
where there is no (need for) atonement
, LU 2295 (FA).
cóemdae t. ¤ , Fél. Sept. 19 (but glossed .i. sithughadh, see
(b)). égaine gan taithleach ... do na pecdachaib lamentation
30which was no atonement
(? or to (b) which could not be soothed).
RC xxiv 382.30 . Cf. aithrighi cen t. ¤ , YBL 86a36 . nī
gēbt[h]ar t. ¤ nach tan, ZCP x 51.29 . immaicse taithlig
`ever ready for an excuse,' Tec. Corm. 16.24 . With verbs
(gen. of going and coming) and prepp. : cinnead ... nach
35teit t. ¤ for which there is no atonement, SG 55.32 . nochar
gein díob én nduine | lem bud h-aithrech ... | beith tré th. ¤
is tig sin through submission (?), 351.27 . mé mac in ríg nach
ria ad tech | go bráth nocha bía ar t. ¤ , Duan. Finn i 31 § 13 .
an [uair] (sic leg.) tháinig ar taithleach when he repented,
40 Dán Dé xx 29 . an focal ... | is mairg nach téit 'n-a thaith-
leach, DDána 57.9 . ? Cf. mad dia nostísed t. ¤ , ZCP viii
217 § 3.
(b) pacifying, placating, peace : t. ¤ .i. sídh, Thr. Ir. Gl.
136.25 . t. ¤ .i. sídhugud, O'Dav. 1582. taithleach .i. ceannsa,
45no sith, O'Cl. taithleach na n-each, Ériu i 100.23 . ní thicfa
t. ¤ do'n dáil | budh aithrech a n-imarbáig, SG 70.12 . taith-
leach teagmhála, IGT Decl. ex. 17 . aran saoghal gan t. ¤
`the unquiet world,' BNnÉ 140.18 . ritsa ni dingen t. ¤ , Duan.
Finn i 61 § 61 . tothlaigh taithleach ar an uan `beg the
50Lamb ... to be appeased
,' Ó Bruad. i 6 § 13.
Sense not clear in : bud aithrech | in baes ni tain t. ¤ ,
LL 149a39 . grinne cen t. ¤ , Anecd. i 71 § 184.
As n.pr. : Taithleach mac Cindfhaelad, Lism. L. 4843 .
T. ¤ .h. Eghro, CS 334.13 .

55 taithlechas n o, m. =taithlech : an tráth do choirigh P. í,
ní taithleachas dorinne she did not seek to excuse herself,
Keat. i 160.51 .

? taithme nFrequent as v.l. to taichme (q.v.) in Met. Dinds.
Perh. by-form of taithmet memory, commemorating .

60 taithmech n o,n. O. Ir. taidbech. vn. of do-aithbig. thaim-
niuch (d s.), PH 6162 . See taifnech.
(a) In Laws dissolving, annulling, invalidating a bargain
or contract : nad cumaic nach breithem ... do taithbiuch
nach ni fogeba i Senchus mor, i 18.2 . .vii. nuasal churu
65nadat asu do thaithbiuch, iv 210.1 . taithmeach n-udburta
`revoking grants,' v 450.14 . do th. ¤ diuburta `for the purpose
of breaking a fraudulent bargain
,' v 210.11 Comm. a comir-
labradh fir in taithmigh .i. in bretheman, H.3.18, 232a
( O'C. 425 ). im sent. ¤ `for old expired contracts,' Laws i
70192.18 Comm. amrigain ... conach cóir do rig ... a t. ¤ as
coir ` divorce ' (but perh. refers to the analysis of the word
amrígain, see (c)), i 42.1 Comm. Note also : cotach cen t. ¤ ,
SG 377.8 . noberad breatha fíru ... ┐ ní chaemsadis filid ┐
breitheamain ... a t. ¤ , Ériu v 20.9 . taithmeach .i. dileagad
75(MS. dligead), Lec. Gl. 284.
(b) loosing, releasing, undoing : taithmheach gach
scaoilidh go scéimh, Metr. Gl. 30 § 54 . taithmheach .i.
sgaoileadh, O'Cl. a th. ¤ ... ó chúibrigib cinad (of the soul),
PH 5993 . oc taithbiuch a fuilt, BDD² 18 . dogní ... taith-
80meach in claidib takes off the hilt of the sword, IT iii 200.18 .
fri t. ¤ a long unmoor , TTr.² 503 . gredan ... na cetri ngoeth
... ac taitmech a mimosclund, Cog. 178.z . (c) Of words
analysis, explanation : fri taidbech in chomsuidigthi in
analysing a compound
, Sg. 202b3 . triath .i. rī, tīr-sīth a t. ¤ ,
85 Corm. Y 1202 . taithmech (sic leg.) masgail ┐ feimin, Auraic.
3439 . triana n-inde taithmeach (leg. as compd. ?) `through
analysing their meaning
,' 1319 (cf. RC xx 250.5 , Laws i 32.3 ,
Lec. Gl. 281 , Arch. iii 248.9 ). aibghitear sunn feibh as
teachta a thaithmheach, IGT Introd. § 1. 1 . (d) breaking
down, destroying : ac t. ¤ na cathrach, LU 2794 . ag taith-
5mheach an tuir, Hy Fiachr. 20.y . Perh. also : uingi d'airget
a t. ¤ and, Laws iv 86.13 Comm. (of damage to fences, etc. by
trespassing cattle, cf. ib. 20 ).
(e) Various : taithbech carat separating of friends, Ériu
vii 160.21 v.l. = ZCP iii 26.17 . taithbech formait stirring
10up envy
, Ériu vii 162.11 . taithbech ndebtha, 164.15 (see
p. 186 ). álad oengae leis ac techt i n-duni ┐ tríchu farrindi
ri t. ¤ (the gae bolga), TBC 3875 . t. ¤ na trath observing (? ),
ZCP viii 214.32 . is luaimneach mo menma ... ac taith-
meach sechnón na hElga ` wanders ,' O'Gr. Cat. 120.4.
15 mo ailithri ... cen nach taithbech | hi cráes curaich, Anecd.
i 63 § 109 . nican senchas sena tarrachtain taithbech
rudartha, LB 101 marg. inf.