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taithnem xsee taitnem.

taithréos n visiting (?), instructing (?) : ni thic diar tathreos .i.
díar sésugud, LU 604 = diar lessugud, RC xx 164.8 . doluidh
M ... do aithréos (taithreos .i. fisrachan nó tecusc) a dhalta,
5 ZCP v 524.13 , `on a visit to,' Ériu xii 146.29 . (athréos .i.
leasughadh, O'Cl.) ? Cf. is é sin in dún do ḟiarfaigis dím ┐
tathrusa na firsin dia ndernadh hé, Acall. 444 v.l. Cf. taidrius

? taithscél n(? -á-) bean mairrnes can taith-scel co n-eiren
fine a gu-scel, Laws v 176.3 , glossed ben canus scel ngua ac
10derb-forgell false story, 12 . ? Compd. of táid thief (Atk.
Gloss.). ? Of táth welding, hence fabricated story (Plummer
MS. notes).

taithṡlánad n u, m. (slán) recovery (from illness) : anaiss
denas taidslántai hi foss `he stayed there for the day of his
15recovery
,' RC xi 452. 142 .

taitius n(? -á-. Cf. táid). Found only in Laws Comm.,
generally glossing táide, q.v. (a) stealth, secrecy (of sexual
intercourse) : is cethruime chota cach mic dlighthigh do
(i.e. to the illegitimate son) ar a denamh a taidius, Laws iv 294.13 .
20 in fine donither re tarr, i t. ¤ , v 452.y . cach ben cus-a tiagar
a t. ¤ , 456.x . mac doirche ... .i. mac do nithar a ndorchaidhe
thaithis, Eg. 88 fo. 17b ( O'C. 2233 ).
(b) theft : masa taitus ria naimsir lobtha (of cattle)
`theft before the time of forfeiture,' ii 4.z . masa nech eile ro
25imir t. ¤ forru ria naimsir lobtha, H.3.17 col. 120 ( O'D.
143 ). láinfiach gaiti for in fechemuin toicheda ma ro imir
t. ¤ fuirre, Laws ii 78.6 . uaim tadhut .i. ceall a ndentar taitis
amail uaim ac gait ┐ ac brait, v 122.3 , cf. 164.12 . más faill
imcoimhéda, no mása th. ¤ , H.3.17 col. 121 ( O'D. 145 ).

30 taitne xsee do-aitni.

taitnem, taithnem n u, m. ? Also o, m. do dil tathnaimh
(: arthaich), Ir. Texts ii 47 § 14 . vn. of do-aitni. (a) shining,
gleaming : soillsi Crist do th. ¤ i n-a sostaib, PH 3905 . se sinis-
tri ... do thaithnemh soillsi treithib, Laws i 28.x Comm. a
35ciche do taitnemh amail t-ṡnechta, Lat. Lives 101.4 . grian ag
taitneamh air, TSh. 9840. (b) shine, brilliance, radiance : t. ¤
gl. lucina, Sg. 37a1 . gl. candela, 51b1 . oc cuindgid na féle |
assa fortrén t. ¤ , Fél. Prol. 330 . t. ¤ bruit géise fri gréin, Ériu ix
47 § 15 . dar t. ¤ in t-ṡnechtai, TBC 635 . gríst. ¤ na n-arm, 2437 .
40 glant. ¤ a ḟuilt, p. 169.z . i t. ¤ richidh, Ériu ii 142 § 157 . trēnṡoillsi
an taithnemha, ZCP viii 200.22 . rí ... an taithnema, 205.5 .
an taithneamh atá ar gach ndeilbh (in Heaven), Dán Dé
xiv 25 . tú an taitneamh as sia soilse (of Christ), DDána
13.9 . ? dotoruidib .i. taithneamh, O'Dav. 630. Compd.
45 da craisech ... co taitnem-taidhlig, CCath. 5302.
(c) In. Mod. Ir. pleasure (in), liking (for) : taithnemh ...
san drochsmuainedh, Luc. Fid. 112.9 . taithneamh do
thabairt do neithibh néamhdha, Donl. 444.1 . go mbeith
taithneamh aige ar mo sheirbhís, Desid. 5922 . taithneamh
50do thuileamhoin ó na daoinibh, 6487 .

taitnemach, -taithnemach adj o, ā (taitnem). taithneamnach,
Ir. Gl. 800 . tatnemnach, Cog. 54.1 . (a) bright, resplendent,
glistening : t. ¤ gl. laindrech, Fél.² xcvii June 9 . topor t. ¤ ,
LU 2096 (FA). étach t. ¤ , PH 1491 . isin lo fint. ¤ , Laws i
5566.4 Comm. topair gela ┐ srotha taitnemacha rivi lactis
novi , Lat. Lives 79.x . a trillsi taitneamacha, TTebe 3457 .
tuagh ... thaitneamhach, TD 16.66 . tlacht taitneamhach
na ngrás, TSh. 1334 . Metaph. of exploits (cf. Engl. brilliant) :
na tighernadha do ghniodh goil t. ¤ , Leb. Gab. 154 n. 4 .
60(b) bright, splendid, beautiful : co tulaich ... taitnemaich,
TTebe 2731 . co n-a srian t. ¤ gl. i n-a chaen-chendus (of a
horse), Laws v 62.22 Comm. 'na báirc thaitneamhaigh,
TD 7.38 . re cōistigib taitnemhacha, Fl. Earls 32.16 . culaid
thaitneamhach, Gen. xxvii 15.
65(c) pleasing, pleasant, agreeable : a ban-chara t. ¤ in
choimded, PH 8328 . ini da ndenann a enech t. ¤ is na
tuathaib, Laws i 234.19 Comm. iar cainbiathad ... .i. iar
mbiathad neich ... co taithnemach, ii 388.6 Comm. conail
... .i. is taithnemach ailtir `pleasantly is granted,' v 360.x
70Comm. caem ... .i. is taithnemach ... .i. is inmuin, O'Dav.
689. in maind t. ¤ , Ériu ii 198.13 . a degchlann tsaer th. ¤ ,
SG 349.36 . gach gníomha bhíos taitneamhach a láthair
Dé, Donl. 192.7 .

taitnemaid v ā (taitnem) shines : ar-oen re Crist ... baile i
75taitnemand amal gréin, PH 3946 . dotoruidib .i. taithneam,
ut est dotoruidib tein .i. taithneamaigh-sim (leg. -aidh ?),
O'Dav. 630. aon íodhbart amháin ... do thaithneomhaidh
le Dia which will be pleasing to God, Eochairsg. 24.z .

taitnemaige n[iā, f.] (taitnem)= taitnemche brightness,
80 radiance : ri taitnemaigi na trénfer, TTr. 1687 . nach eidir a
tuaruscbail do tabairt amach ar med a taithnemaighe, ZCP
iii 568.30 ( BCC 50.7 ).

? taitnemail adj i=taitnemach : a bharr 'n-a thrilis tait-
neamhail , DDána 114.3 , prob. leg. taitneamhaigh as in 13 .

85 taitnemche n iā, f. (taitnemach) brightness, radiance : fria
taitnemchi roṡochta (of birds), SR 2135 . ar taitnemchi
do chrabuid, Fél² ci 10 = Mart. Don. 162.x . co taitnemchi
snechta, LB 122a46 . ni caémhnaccair nach nduine feghadh
a laimhe ara taitneimhche, BNnÉ 19.12 .