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targraig n(perh. orig. targrach ā, f.) journey, expedition:
n s. tarrgraigh .i. turas, O'Cl. tailc a tarrgraidh co ṅgním
clesta, Anecd. i 65 § 131 . is les don Gréic uili in t. ¤ -seo,
75 TTr. 500 . nīr bo lén in tarrgrach, Arch. Hib. ii 54 III § 4 .
lotar dia tir toirtheach tarrgragh, Anecd. i 74 § 219 . tri
meic a muime truadh tarrgrach doib ba himneadh, 52 § 16.
72 § 203. Egtrai (leg. Echtra ?) ┐ Targraide Cuind, ZCP iii
460.18 . a d s. ar ar tarrggraig , RC xvi 79 § 127 . ar na tesed
80in targraidh, 81 § 129. da tísiu in tarrgraigseo i tír Troiana,
TTr. 495 . ním-chin fri tarrgraig tossaig `woe betide him that
starts on a journey
,' Met. Dinds. iii 130.23 . in tige in tur-
graig liumsa ?, RC xxi 158.9 . (?) asbeir frisin slóg tarrgraige
n-imtechta a séta rempo, LU 5965 = tengraigi n-imthechta,
85 TBC² 1499 . am athlamh amal oss a tarrgraigh, ZCP v
503.10 = am athlam athargaib, Comp. Con C. 7.17 . g s. a
ndiaidh na turrgraighe , RC xxi 320 § 50 . ech fir lesaige ...
do-s-li set cacha tarr-graide ro metha leis, Laws v 240.5
Comm. Cf. O'Dav. 1502.

? tarilli ind pl. daim t. ¤ threuaire, Anecd. ii 59.3 .

5 taris xsee 1 tar.

tarise xand derivv. see tairise etc.

tarla xsee do-cuirethar.

? tarlaice ind co beir breth im t. ¤ tuath, H. 3. 17, col. 554 ( O'Don.
773 ). (? to-air-léic-, Plummer MS. notes).

10 ? tarlam n nidi de t. ¤ nach ṅdúain | de chomram chruaid
Chobthaich Cóil, LL 51b38 .

tarlód n o, m. drawing, hauling, bringing in corn or hay : tarrúdh
.i. tarlódh no tarraing, O'Cl. ag tarraing ┐ ag tarrladh
an adhmaid on coilled, BNnÉ 238.2 . tárlodh críadh i
15tiaghaib, Leb. Gab. 122 n. 5 . féasta an tarrloigh (dēis an
fhoghmhar do chruinniughadh), Eg. Gl. 279 . fésta an
tárrloígh a ndeireadh na bliadhna `the feast of ingathering'
Ex. xxxiv 22 . See O'R.

tarm xsee toirm.

20 tarmainid xsee termainid.

tarmairt xsee *do-armairt.

tarman xsee termonn.

tarmán xsee tormán.

tarmi-beir v transfers : tairmrith Tomais .i. tarmthucad hé
25.i. a breith otá India co nEdissa, Fél. 166.5 (cf. O'Dav.
1577 ). tarmiberar disuidhiu `hence it is transferred' (of
the name of a kind of harp used as the name of a book),
Hib. Min. 24 . ? Cf. contartuiceadh for dobur ┐ for dasacht
so that she was reduced to darkness and frenzy, CCath. 1060 v.l.
30 Vn. tairmbreith.

? tarmínaigid vsee tairmínaigid.

tarmi-téit v(a) traverses, goes across : tarsa tarmthíagat gl.
transgressis, Bcr. 18b8 . darmiregtais cairich ┐ muca tara
thaissi, Trip. 204.19 . i cridhib inna ndracon tormthét fo
35mhuir, Ériu ii 116 § 47. (b) transgresses, violates : is hé cita
tairmdechoid cáin Patraic, Trip. 214.4 . mane tarmtheissed
[in cétna duine], Ériu ii 132 § 105 . tarmideochatar ... in
forcital sin, Rawl. 70a2 . ma dia tairmtiasat ... mad é int
espoc tairmthi, H.3.17 col. 655 ( O'Don. 922 ). ? maini
40tormtasta athgabail (sic leg.), H.3.18, 365b ( O'C. 780 ).
in eclais tarmíteit a dliged, O'Dav. 1589. naoi ngrādh
neimhe nā tairmdheachator `which did not transgress,'
Fl. Earls 156.8 . With grád(a) order(s) : cona tairmtíasad
fo grad, Trip. 112.4 . nach fer gráid tra tairmit[h]éid a
45gráda co caillich, Ériu i 218.27 . aes graid tairmideochatár
a ngráda, RC xxvi 158.5 . Vn. tairmthecht.

tarmlaic xsee *do-airmléici.

tarmnaigid, tarbnaigid v g (cf. torbae, do-forben) profits,
is to the advantage of : inna hi tarmnigfit gl. profuturas,
50 Goid. 69.14 . bíaidh nech dia tarmnaigfe, RC x 86.14 . ní
do na huilib dóinib ro-tharmnaig césad Crist, PH 5228 .
o th. ¤ do cach i n-a fhorcetul, 7104 . ni tharmnaig[e] do
neoch, Thr. Hom. 50.25 . ra fhidir ... na tarmnaigfeadh
ní do earlaphra caoin do dhenamh that soft words would be
55of no avail
, TFrag. 118.17 . mun tarbnaig[e] in feoil ...
'aenar, Laws v 138.4 Comm. na torbenat ... .i. na tarb-
naiget, i 190.14 Comm. ní ro tharmnaigh ní dóibh, FM
v 1654.11 . Vn. tarmnugud : cach folach forfholaig dá th. ¤
do'n mac sin, SG 315.29 . t. ¤ dona huilibh, Lism. L. 1134.

60 tarna xsee darna, dara.

tarngor n o (cf. tarraing) smith's tongs, pincers : do thorad
a dā lām ┐ a tharnguir (of Culand Cerd), TBC² 489 = LU
4978 = a duirn ┐ a thendchore (thencaire, v.l.), TBC 962 .
tuillem tāil (sic leg.) ... tuillem tarngair, ZCP xiii 21.9 ,
65 cf. Bürgschaft 8.20 . scothad mar cosnais tregda ┐ forche
is tairrngeir is sinen, H.3.18, 366a ( O'C. 781 ).

tarnocht adj o, ā The early spelling tor— is against connection
with tár or tarr (cf. Ped. i 79 ). stark naked, bare : n p m.
samlaid dodeochadar sin chath tornocht , TBC² 3475 = lom-
70thornocht, TBC 5806 . dosnérgedsom (sic leg.) uli combítis
tornochta, TBC² 502 (see Stories from Táin 7 n. 8 ). nar
bo thornocht in talam fótho (of a marching army), TBC
5154 . ic geilt feoir ┐ crom tornocht etir na hossu altaidi,
Rawl. 74a23 . ro thomail ┐ ro bai t. ¤ dia eis, YBL 157b41
75 ¤ lomnocht, SR 1304 etc. ? cech aen is tarrnocht fuil fer,
Acall. 212 n. doiti tarrnochta, CCath. 409 . mé an bhansgál
do bhí tárnocht, DDána 29.27 . clamha truagha tarrnochta,
BCC 350.24 . t. ¤ ... beirthear sinn nudi omnes nascimur,
TSh. 7722 . tárnocht tháinic mé amach as broinn mo
80mháthar, Job i 21 . Fig. : ni fhoghnann an biobla t. ¤ leis
fein dhuit unannotated , Luc. Fid. 303.2 . As subst.
(a) naked person : an tárrnocht, Is. lviii 7 .
(b) nakedness : d'folach a ttárnocht, Ex. xxviii 42 . tár-
nocht hathar, nó tárnocht do mhathar, Lev. xviii 7.

85 tarnochta n n (tarnocht) nakedness : labrum anois do
tarrnochtain in cuirp, De Contemptu 255 v.l.