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tarraing, tairring n f. vn. of do-srenga. IGT Decl. § 13
( 65.z . g s. —e). n s. also tarrang. tarrang tairreng o, m., § 11
25(54.7) . tarrang, Desid. 1249 . tairreang, 3777 . The form
tarraing is found as g s. in Early Mod. Ir. ( IGT Decl. ex.
367 = DDána 57.3 ). Note also gléus tárronga , John iv 11
(1810). do chum ar ttarruingthe , Desid. 64.
I In concrete meanings. (a) drawing, pulling, dragging :
30 sesca dam dia t. ¤ na hénmuici, ScM.² 7. 31 . do th. ¤ in hidail
as a inad, PH 2078 . tucastar T. trentairring air, TTebe 261 .
t. ¤ in gai as in aludh to pull the spear out of the wound, Laws
v 492.15 Comm. idh ... as an ccomhladh fri a t. ¤ chucca
a ring in the door by which to pull it towards them, FM vi
351898.5 . na heachraidhi ... ag trēn-t. ¤ a gcōistidhi, Fl. Earls
186.12 . (b) pulling out, tearing away : mirti ... arna t. ¤ a
tendtaib talman, TTebe 1564 . ag t. ¤ a fuilt tearing her hair,
Études Celt. i 83.3 . ag t. ¤ na leinedh ... da chorp, St. Ercuil
2511 . a ttáobh rioghacht do tharruing súas ┐ do leagadh
40síos `to pluck up, and to pull down,' Jer. xviii 7. (c) drawing,
tearing asunder with horses (a form of execution) : a th. ¤
edir eachaibh, FM iii 426.14 . drong do th. ¤ o chéle dibh,
iii 550. y . iter chrochad ┐ marbad ┐ t. ¤ , Ann. Conn. 1333.2 .
(d) drawing in a net : 's an líon t. ¤ i dtá sinn | go lá a th. ¤
45ní thuigim and the dragnet (?) in which I am caught ... till
it is drawn in
, DDána 57.3 . ? Cf. fág líon a tharruing
astteagh | líon a cCalluinn sul chuirthear, IGT Decl. ex.
457 . luath-foibirt cacha srotha .i. slan aen-t. ¤ in lin `one
pull at the net
,' Laws v 482.24 , 484.10 (text and Comm.).
50(e) attraction (of heavenly bodies) : as mar sin tairrnges an
re uisci na fairrgi ... ┐ an trat scuires se don t. ¤ sin and
when that attraction ceases
, Ir. Astr. Tr. 46.28 .
II In concrete meanings of a less literal nature.
(a) drawing, directing, carrying (of water, etc.) : [.iii. tir] dár
55nach usu in tuisci da th. ¤ , Laws iv 214.24 Comm. co mba
hecin di usce na Temrach da th. ¤ `that she was compelled
to draw the water of Tara
,' RC xxiv 190.8 . ag t. ¤
deoch | a gallaing drawing wines from galleons, DDána
91.53 . dochum ... nach dtiocfa mé annso da th. ¤ (of water),
60 John iv 15. (b) drawing (breath) : go ttug anam diobh
tarrang dia anail forsan righ, BNnÉ 185 . x. ac tairring an
aoir cuigi, Rosa Ang. 106.16 . ag t. ¤ a anáile, TSh. 1896.
(c) Med. drawing (blood, etc.) : is uada sin (i.e. certain
parts of the body) is coir an tairring do denumh, Rosa Ang.
65 32.16 . fognuid tairring ann sin tunc competit pharmacia,
54.8 . gebe neach da tabair purgoid ... nach incoisg don
tarrang no gu ngaba tart e `the purging should not be ceased,'
Éigse iii 108.8 . da mbia tairring laidir let atis don sgairt
cleib ` tension ,' Rosa Ang. 184.11 . (d) extracting, trans-
70lating, copying (of books) : trāchtad annso arna thair-
ring a leabraib laidianda, ZCP xii 294.4 . An Teagasg
Críosduidhe ... air na tharruing ... as bréithir shoilléir
Dé, Donl. ii 6 . an obairsi do tharrang a Laidin a n-Gaedilg,
O'Don. Grammar 290. (e) a written character, letter : tairring
75sothuicsinach donīther ar in meamram, ZCP xii 294.14 .
(f) making for, going towards (with various prepp.) : Maghnus
... d'elodh esde ┐ t. ¤ go caislén locha an sccuir, FM iv 718.3 .
an chríoch dheigheanach dochum a bfhoilmíd uile ag tair-
reng, O'Hussey T.C. 47.3.
80 III In abstract senses. (a) inducing, inciting, instigation :
na huli Cristaige ... do th. ¤ co hadrad hídal, PH 365 . dochum
na n-eiriciodh féin do thairreang chum creidimh, Desid.
4386 . Cathal ... do marbhadh do gallaibh ar t. ¤ Mic Fheorais
`by the procurement of,' FM iii 380.17 . Cf. do chuir tarruing
85ar O Neill chuige `he summoned O'N. to him,' L. Chl. Suibhne
18.18 . do thuitim iar t. ¤ ceilcce da combrathair fair `having
been treacherously betrayed
,' FM vi 2016.z . robaí cuid dóibh-
sidhe a tt. ¤ Shémais `these were in confederacy with James,'
v 1714.8 . (b) fer t. ¤ inciter, ringleader (?): badh é an t-
oineach mh'fear tarroing (` decoy (?)'), Ériu ix 163 § 6 .
5 fear [tarraing] ... é dá chloinn | i gcion Ádhaimh ` leader ,'
Dán Dé xv 15 . mar th. ¤ `as an advance guard,' Content.
xxii 23 . t. ¤ eolach arrachta `leader,' Aithd. D. 80.29 n.
(c) drawing on oneself, incurring (of love, anger, etc.): do
tharroing ar dtola oraibhsi seach chach eile, RC iv 352.3
10(O'Cl.). eagla a easgcáirdeasa do th. ¤ orainn, TSh. 5441.
(d) Various: ac t. ¤ a feadma ... astu making use of them
(oxen), Laws iii 268.17 . do sheanfhoclaibh ... dobadh
tarbhach do th. ¤ chum gnáthaigthe, Desid. 31 . ? masad
tánacais dom brath | 's do th. ¤ mo shaegulrath `to curtail
15my gift of life
,' SG 57.10 . ? Cf. tréan t. ¤ a-tá gar mbrath | an
corp codaltach craosach, Aithd. D. 80.29 . Of family descent:
an chaor shlóigh tanig tar tuinn | doibh atámuid da th. ¤
I am showing him to be descended from, A v 2, 27 . ag iarraidh
síodha do th. ¤ idir Laighnibh ┐ rígh Mumhan `to arrange
20peace
,' Keat. iii 3184 . gach faraire ... do thairg | tarrang
a mbeatha fá bhratachaibh imchéine `every champion who
tried to eke out his livelihood
,' O'Bruad. iii 20.
Compd.: tucustair tendad ┐ tarraing-drutad ... fair
`dragging and squeezing,' CCath. 2958.

25 tarraingid vsee do-srenga.

? tarrand ind cruaid calma t. ¤ nar thím | fuair Fearghna fearand
fairsing, BB 25a17 .

tarrasair vsee do-airissedar.

? tarccacht ind rí t. ¤ bith ṁbladmar ṁbras, SR 7213.

30 ? tarrchossaig ind t. ¤ .i. tecosc, ut est ní fothugud duailsi ceta
tarrachaill morcethra, O'Dav. 1598. Cf. nách tussu ém
donarchossaig, LU 5052.

? tarrechmar ind conternam tunide tíre t. ¤ , LL 13a43 .

tarrfiachad xsee tairriachad.

35 tarrfine xsee tarr compds.

tarrgrach xsee targraig.

? tárrṡaluig n pl. ra chuirustar E. a echlachu ┐ a obloire ┐
a thárraluig shligith ... uad fo hErinn, IT i 118.18 . tharr-
shaluigh sligith, 119.5 . ? Compd. of tarr and salach.

40 ? tárrtha adj(? cf. tarrtháil, tarrúd): an greim t. ¤ dhíot ní
dhísleoch `I will not give up my saving hold on Thee,' Aithd.
D. 70.29 .

1 tárr(th)aigid v g (late denom. vb., see under tárrachtain)
overtakes, catches, seizes: do neoch ro etar do gabail .i. tar-
45taigther, O'Dav. 723 , cf. 1372 . cid leth colpach tarraighther
is seized, Laws ii 204.3 Comm. in focal tres-a tarraigter
ciall comshlan `the word through which is got perfect sense,'
v 4.17 Comm. ? athgabail tuathaig tra airm hi tarrachar,
is and a forus, H. 3. 18, 372b ( O'C. 803 ). tar gach ealadhain
50abaidh dár thárrthuigh | seacht dteangtha do lábhradh
which he had mastered, Hackett xl 79 . ní bhfuil ... pongc
gliocais ... nár theastaidh, nár bhailigh, 's nár thárrthuigh
there was no kind of skill which he had not tested, taken to
himself and made his own
, 92 . ? mac máthar dá ndáilid
55filidh | mír ós mnáibh a dtárthaidh ise `whom the poets
love to give the palm to over rival ladies
,' O'Bruad. ii 186.
Cf. tartaide.

2 tárr(th)aigid v g Perh. orig. same word as prec., cf. tárrach-
tain III
. saves, rescues, delivers: tarrthaigh sionn a Íosa
60i n-am, Studies 1933, 140 § 13 . táraidh mé ar roinn dá
riaghail `save me from some of His justice,' A. Ó Dálaigh
xiii 1. ro baidit a foirne, acht a ttárrthuigh Neimhedh
... diobh, Leb. Gab. 72.21 . tárthochair mé lé do láimh
dheis, Ps. cxxxviii 7 . ? tarrthaigh rath na rath taghuill |
65mar do cháidh gach rath romhuinn, 3 C 12, 331.5 . Vn.
tarrtháil.

tárrtháil n[f.] vn. of 2 tárr(th)aigid. g s. tárrthála. saving,
rescuing, delivering: se fein ar tí a ttárthála `he himself
strove to protect them
,' BNnÉ 145.25 . bás maith da tharthail
70gan tubaisde, Lib. Fl. i 32c34 . do chum ... a dtárthála air
aththuitim ansna lochtaibh, Donl. 304.22 . re t. ¤ mhóir
`by a great deliverance,' Gen. xlv 7 . tártháil an Tighearna,
Ex. xiv 13 . ní raibh fear a ttárthála aca, Judges xviii 28.

tarrúd n(—ú— frequently marked long, but not fixed by
75rhyme, cf. tarradh, RC xv 434 § 43 . Lec. 276b6 .) sg. tarrúidh,
Leb. Gab. 118.26 .
Hauling, dragging, carting, especially earth (úir): tarrúdh
.i. tarlódh, no tarraing, O'Cl. t. ¤ úire ar airib | for leccaib
`hauling of clay over slabs of stone to make ploughlands,'
80 Met. Dinds. iv 232.33 . tarthúd úire for fénaib hauling earth
in waggons
, iii 194.7 . tardúth uíre for sleibe garba combtar
maige fo scothaib, LL 6b18 . daimh fri har ┐ tarrudh,
BNnÉ 297.3 . uair as i mbolccaibh tarrúidh na húire tanga-
tar tar ler (the Fir Bolg), Leb. Gab. 118.26 . Of other
85materials: a narbhanna dullmhughadh go ro cuirsiot é
... a menbholccaib dia tt. ¤ ┐ imfhedhain for eachaibh, FM
vi 2214.5 . fri himfedain (.i. tarrud) cruithnechta, O'Mulc.
856 . oc t. ¤ éisc na n-inber `as he hauled the fish out of the
inlets
,' Met. Dinds. iv 178.24 . ac tarrod usci dar lamaib
rig Laigen, Lec. 213c14 =ag tabairt ` pouring ,' Cóir Anm.
5 59.