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tarcaisnech adj o, ā (tarcaisne). Most frequently of persons.
(a) contemptuous, scornful: airdri ... trentalcur tarcais-
neach, CF 870 . ua tren ┐ ua t. ¤ ar gach n-oen tecmad ris,
75 TTebe 25 58. tarcaisneach ar ar Ttighearna, Desid. 6259 .
gidh tromdha tathaoireach tarchuisneach atáim-se, DDána
111.24 . bí tarcuisnech imud fein (direction to a penitent),
ZCP vi 84.1 . Occas. also of things: rugastar seacht ruathair
troma ... tarcusnec[h]a tairrsib, Celt. Rev. iv 16.9 . tren-
80chor tarcuisnech (`insulting twist,'), MR 258.x . ilimad
do briathraibh truagha tarcaisnecha, Études Celt. i 79.29 .
As subst.: iarruidh an tarcuisneach eagna, Prov. xiv
6 .
(b) contemptible, despicable, miserable: do chomhtarcais-
85neachsa do mhac athar `a wretched youth like you,' Ériu
v 180.296 . creatúr ró bhocht, ┐ ró tharcuisneach, Donl.
256.21 . tarcuisneach ad radharc, Deut. xxv 3 . Of things:
ba grannai múichnech t. ¤ ar tús hí (of the Cross), LB 233b64 .
geadh tarcuisneach treallamh ... gach síthchréidmigh,
Ó Bruad. iii 16 . Compar. leis an mbás as ... tharcuisnighi,
5 Desid. 6114 . Cf. 2 taircsenach.

tarcaisned n o, m. (tarcaisne) act of despising: gan aoin-
neach do tharcuisneadh, Donl. 158.19 . lucht tharcuisnidh
na comharsan, 110.24 .

tarcaisnige n iā, f. (tarcaisnech)=tarcaisne: tarcuisnighi ar
10persain an boicht, De Contemptu 1198 v.l. (see Gloss.).

tarcaisnigid v g (tarcaisnech) despises, condemns, abases:
in fer dano adannai foruaisligfe (.i. tarcaisnigfe) riga ... na
Herenn, Arch. iii 14.16 . is mur sin tharcaisnigit ┐ diultaitt
an dliged, Maund. 123 . gidh bé tharcuisnígheas an eagluis,
15tarcuisnighe sé Dia féin, Donl. 114.25 . níor tharcuisnigh
a ghuidhe, TSh. 7214 . ó tarcaisnigheadh mo dheaghlucht
cúil were abased, Ó Bruad. iii 226 . Vn. tarcaisniugad: in
foruaisli ... inann he ┐ tarcuisniugad, H.4.22, 78b ( O'C.
2111 ). ag t. ¤ na colna daonda mar chompánach `in contempt
20of
,' O'Gr. Cat. 663.28. claon-mharbhadh na colna do
tharchuisniughadh ` discredit ,' Donl. 126.15 .

tarcasal n o, m. reproach, insult: briathar is mó gén ┐ tar-
cassul ro ráided for Táin bo Cualnge, TBC 1616 . cach t. ¤
doratsat Greic forrusum, TTr.² 404 . neoch thuc in t. ¤ mor-sa
25oraindi, YBL 151b45 . ic fulang ... dímiada ┐ tarcasail,
LB 256az . ro imbir tarcusal mor foirn, CCath. 3570 . go
ttár ┐ go tt. ¤ for chenél cconaill, FM v 1812.12 . ag tathaoír
┐ acc tarcusal for an tuaiscert, vi 2126.12 . doratt i ttarcusal
dermáir íatt, BNnÉ 324.1 . anóir do'nt saidbir ┐ t. ¤ ar persain
30in boicht, De Contemptu 1198 v.l. Attrib. g s.: na tiugh-
bharamhla ... tarcasail , MR 124.8 . Fig. of the sea: t. ¤
mara muirnigh, 288.4 . Also tarcastal: domíad ┐ tarrcustal,
D iv 2, 67a28 , 67c8 . Note also: rogabh ... ar tarcasáil for
Art, Ériu iii 166.z .

35 tarcaslach adj o, ā (tarcasal) insulting: briathra iomdha searbha
tarcaslacha, TFrag. 202.11 .

? tarcemm n Mael tuli diar tarcem[m] (: Laidcenn, : ardgemm)
`Mael Tuile to defend us,' Gorm. Oct. 23 . See Gloss.

? tarchomail ind(<to-air-com-ell-, Strachan, Verbal System
40of SR p. 74 ) t. ¤ cach cumtaig arg | cosin slóg serig serbgarg,
SR 4757.

tarclam n[n.?] secondary vn. of do-ecmalla (cf. perf. 3 s.
tarclaim). See 2 teclaim and Ped. ii 510 . collecting, assem-
bling: luidseom sunn, t. ¤ tnū, | suainem segsa co clann Cū,
45 Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 56 § 36 . dodeachaid ... do tharclom creichi,
RC xvi 137.5 . targlam claindi Dedaid do denum a cathrach,
BB 378a33 . ro faided E. ... do targlaim sloigh, 423b22 .
fir Erenn do targlom, MR 12.10 . ca caingen uil bar dtar-
glamh, 60.28 .

50 tarclamaid v ā (tarclam) See IT ii2 233 n. 7 . assembles,
collects: targlomaid i. tionóilid, O'Cl. Vn. targlomadh
.i. tionól, ib. iar ttarcclamadh doibh fo thoghairm a tticcerna,
FM iii 364.22 .

? tarcoba ind nī teilce Ultu di thnuthaib tairperta t. ¤ a gāri,
55 TBC² 1015 = LU 5494 . ? Leg. tar coba.

1 tarcon n a kind of fish: glacad eiscc re nabur t. ¤ cuiusdam
piscis qui vocatur tarcon, Rosa Ang. 248.15 . See Gloss.

? 2 tarcon n ni chlunim gáir echlach, nó boccmell sluag nó
t. ¤ turusa inti ` hubbub ,' RC xiv 416.z .

60 tárcud, táirciud n u, m. vn. of do-áirci. (a) (in O. Ir.) causing,
bringing about: manip ar tháircud fochricce duib `unless
it be for the purpose of preparing a reward for you
,' Wb
10b14 . ar far táirciudsi i nindocbáil `for bringing you into
glory
, 13c9 . 14c9 . oc táircud raith spirito dúib, 14c42 .
65 i tarcud indocbalae domsa dia brátha, 23c29 . ar thairciud
ermiten feid do dia `to produce honour to God,' Ml 47b4 . in
clóini nísin du tairciud doib `that that iniquity should be
caused to them
,' 61b17 . amal nibad cen cinta dugnetis in
t. ¤ sin damsa `that infliction,' 74a1 . amal as soirb lat tairciud
70cech laithi i ndigaid alaili `to bring every day after another,'
111a5 . huan tárrgud gl. oblatione, 72b10 . in tairciud ón
gl. uini oblationem, 121c2 .
(b) providing, preparing: tárgud amra isin taig do
cholcthechaib, LU 11044 . do breith táircthe cruid o Ailill,
75 1639 . tarcudh solus providing of lights, Snedgus u. Mac R.
13 § 69 . Crist do tharcudh bethaidh ┐ sásadh don domhan,
BNnÉ 20.32 . is tuirsech mé ó an targad ingnad sin `with
this extraordinary compilation
,' O'Gr. Cat. 128.7. tan
tairgthe a dtuaslaicthe when their salvation was being pre-
80pared
(?), 567.5 . tarcud do drochmhái providing for a bad
woman
(?), Triads 72 . Cf. Aisl. MC 73.26 . ? is tochrus
im oibil .i. tarcud febe im molc fochná, O'Mulc. 758 . itargo
lego (=i targud lega), Laws iv 302.4 Comm. Of feasts,
banquets: fledh do thargud do thig C. to prepare a banquet
85in C.'s house
, ZCP xi 61.3 . flead do tharcad dia tigerna,
Lec. 185d28 . a fleda, a thairgthi, a tighi, Acall. 2502 .
tosach tairc[t]hi (sic leg.) is comhóil cain (: failte), BNnÉ
255.19 .
(c) In Laws provision, hence acquired wealth (?): cia
imana boaire cid log secht cumal do tarcud a cuirp fadesin,
5acht for facba da trian a tarcuda la fine collna seven cumals
of his own providing
(?), iii 48.17 . is cuimgech eiside ni do
timna amhail is carthanach leis dia tarcud budein, 44.24
Comm. an cobeis do targud a laime, 45 n. 3 . fer tathaigte
cen urgnam, cen urail, cen tarcud, cen tinol, ii 356.9 (but
10see Stud. in E. Ir. Law 63 , 65 ).
(d) collecting, leading: targadh .i. tionól, O'Cl. targud
índ uisci tairngiter and dar ín fearaind, Laws iv 214.10
Comm. masa codnach do rine in targud tre comraiti `if it
be a sensible adult that brought (a horse to the place) designedly
,'
15 iii 260.7 . codnach do ni a tarcud mar aen (of the damage
done by deer and horse in hunting), 456.24 .
(e) Attrib. g s.: fer táircthe inciter, ringleader (?): fir
targuda ... .i. ... fer tairce .i. trian cotach cach fir ro tair-
cistar .i. ro thinoilter in slog cen techt leo, H.3.18, 507
20( O'C. 1256 ). ised is fer tairci ann, duine tairgis iat co haen
inadh, 23 Q 6, fo. 13a ( O'C. 1692 ). cin aenfir for sluagh ...
masa targud eicne ... tucastur orru do denam in marbtha
... ma targud aisi ... icad fer tairce trian na secht cumala
a dualgus a tairci, Laws iii 114.17 ff. fear taircthi ... re cach
25foghail dagentar isin crich ... fear coimhgnima, Rawl. B
506 fo. 53b ( O'Don. 2414 ). do nem-chintughadh aosa
tairce the people led, incited (?), H.3.17 col. 435 ( O'Don.
545 ).
targud aurduirn fri Athirne raising his fist to A. (?),
30 O'Dav. 1088. ? Nuald domain targada (targadaig, v.l.)
.i. Domhnall, Anecd. ii 52.3 .