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tart n u, m. g s. tarta. a p. tarta, Met. Dinds. iii 30.55 . IGT
Decl. § 95 . As o, m. g s. tairt, Donl. 134.26 .
(a) dryness, drought: dia mbai t. ¤ forsin talmain, SR 5304 .
i Slán ... | nisgebed tart na lia (of a fountain), Trip. 408.1 =
5 Thes. ii 315.4 . tartaile (sic leg.) .i. donither isin t. ¤ , ┐ tuitid
isin fliuch `drought-fence, i.e. a fence which is raised in the
drought, and which falls in the wet
', Laws v 270.15 , 27 (text
and Comm.). Fothairt, nach taidli t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 16.y .
sirsruth soola ... na traigend ri t. ¤ na re teasbach, TTebe
10 1782 . nocho bí tuli cen t. ¤ , Ériu ix 47 § 21 . t. ¤ Bealltuine,
IGT Decl. ex. 978 . bliadain tarta móir, Lism. L. 2375 .
delg co n-acais ina chois, co nderna t. ¤ ar feith inti so that it
shrivelled up the sinews
(?), BColm. 42.19 .
(b) thirst: teilc bruth is t. ¤ doit, Thes. ii 258.12 . mórth. ¤
15ítad, LU 7923 . do fanic roíttu co n-ecmaing t. ¤ braget dó,
LL 160a21 . t. ¤ n-íta, Acall. 2806 n. iomad tarta is teach
lom, DDána 46.37 . gibé ara mbí ocaras, | s t. ¤ cosnamha
na córa those who hunger and thirst after righteousness,
O'Hussey T.C. 227.17. teasbach tarta, TSh. 6254 . ag cur
20meisge a gcionn an tarta, Deut. xxix 19 . ? bíaid t. ¤ eisc
sund indiu ... is de atá Áth Darteisc, LU 6194 =tarteiṡc
... Tarteisc, TBC² 1711.

tartachtain xsee tárrachtain.

tartaid (tartaigid) v ā (g) (tart) dries up (intrans.): ron
25tart a braga his throat dried up, Bodl. Dinds. 39 . rotartsat
a tenctha, CCath. 2536 . ro tart an talam futhu la sicc,
2324 v.l. Part. co m-bidis na d-taiseandaibh tartaigh[th]e
taeb-thiorma, MR 102.5 .

? tartaide ind airlim acht na deilset nach tartaidhe, acht t. ¤
30and iar naidh[ch]e `every detection is `airlim'—trespass ...,'
Laws iv 78.9 . .i. nocha tarrachtain eile a deirim eric feisi
orru ina nairlim, acht a tarrachtain and iar maidin, 80.11
Comm. Leg. tartaige, Stokes Laws Crit. 25 . See also
1 tárrthaigid.

35 ? tartaigid v g, perh. formed on do-rat (do-beir) (Plummer
MS. notes) gives: is dilis cia tartaigtar doib i n-a coibce
`whatever has been given them as their dowry is theirs by
right
,' Laws v 292.18 , glossed dobertar, 294.4 Comm. acht
co tartaigter damsa na tri haiscedha conaigiub, IT iii 194.6
40 v.l. robad dir deiside lapis do rada fri gach ni fris tair-
taigther cois, Auraic. 3399 v.l. (tarraigther, text). See
táraigid.

1 tartaire adj` tartary (ungula caballina aquatica),' Rosa Ang.
110.17 .

45 2 Tartaire pn a Tartar: o thengaidh na Tartairedh, Marco
P. 1 . rí na Tartraidhi (? `Tartary'), 7 . d'uaislib na Tar-
traidech (deriv. adj. g p. `of the people of Tartary' ?), 29 .
do Thartairibh, 33 . Cf. ros-tinnta ... in leabarso ... a
Tartairidh a Laitin from the Tartar language into Latin, 2 .

50 ? tartais ind(? to-air-tong-, Plummer MS. notes): ar na tois
na tartais, H.3.18, 24b ( O'C. 68 ).

tartamail adj i (tart) dry, thirsty: teas tartamhail na sainnte
saoghalta, TSh. 1237 . i n-íota thirim thartamhail, 9205 .

tarthach xsee torthach.

55 ? tarthrann n n p.: t. ¤ troma torce `heavy flitches of boar,'
Aisl. MC 81.25 .

? tartine n somaine bech .i. lestar lulaice ian oil lan di mellit
┐ da th. ¤ dec, H.3.18, 394b ( O'C. 881 ).

tartmar adj o, ā (tart) (a) dry, arid: na hinada tirma tartmora,
60 TTebe 3617 . (b) thirsty: ocrach ... ┐ tartmhar, Ps. cvii 5 .
do nanam thartmhar, Prov. xxv 25.

tásc n u,[? m.] vn. of *do-aissig (to-ad-sech) (to-fo-ad-sech-,
Thurn. ZCP xv 336 ). g s. tásca, LU 8937 . n p. tásca, PH
6253 . ? Laws ii 60.23 Comm. Later also o, m. IGT Decl.
65§ 96 . g s. tháisg (: fháisg), ex. 1741 . Dán Dé xxviii 8.
(a) In Laws Comm. notice, information about offences:
fer ... dia tabuir tasc do chein `of whom a story is reported
from afar
,' Laws i 198.14 . tascc fir muintire `(give) notice to a
man of the family
,' ii 58.17 . ben conceil a forcur ... .i. na
70tabuir tasc, v 274.11 . acht mar forcaimi (leg. —caini ?) .i.
in cedmuinter, no foreigmi .i. in adaltrach. In tasc bo dir
doib do tabairt a ndul cucu ar eicin by weeping, in the case of
the wife; by crying out, in the case of the concubine—the
warning they should give when violated
, H. 3. 18, 142 ( O'C.
75 246 ). is dicumuic doibh naill act tasca, Laws ii 60.23 Comm.
(b) report, rumour, announcement: iar compert din spirad
naob la tascc ind aingil the Annunciation, Mon. Tall. 127.12 .
it é indisit na mor adamra ┐ na tásca airegdai do na dóinib,
PH 6253 . do tascc an catha sin to proclaim that battle,
80 RC xii 108.x . in lubra do gabail Rig Saxan ┐ a thasc do
techt a nErinn, Ann. Conn. 1409.2 . ? tasc Muirchertaig
to Erinn ┐ argain Midhi, RC xviii 28.8 (or to toisc ?).
(c) news of a death, fatal tidings: iss ed ruc leis t. ¤ a muintiri
do marbad do Ercoil, LU 8923 . tasc már Maire .i. hoc die
85ad Romam tasc bais Maire pervenit, Fél. 46.37 . olc in scél
... | co Finnabair ... | tasc a brathar, IT iii 514.11 . ar
n-éigsi as neimhní annosa | dá ttí tásg Hí Eódhusa `the
fatal tidings
,' Studies 1923, 421 § 2 . do th. ¤ marbh `to hear
that thou art dead
,' ITS iii 190.24 . Of portents, omens:
an donāl doní an cū sūas | ... | tāsc rīgh portends the death
5of a king
, ZCP xiii 7 § 3 . mad do c[h]loich congair tasc
athaigh sin, Ériu viii 122.10 (see p. 124 n. ).
(d) Hence death: bás .i. tasc, Fél.² xxxi § 18 . do gesib
cáich dibe cāsc | ní cian o th. ¤ nech dusgní not far from death
is he who does it
, Ériu ix 50 § 35 . ba th. ¤ ríg ... | bás na
10flatha Feradaig, SG 150.2 . i ló tháisg bhar dtighearna,
Dán Dé xxviii 8.
(e) In Mod. Ir. fame, reputation: gid dochuaid do deg-
táscsa | a Finn ar fed na talman, SG 262.7 . úir mar a tásg
ar thoradh land is according to its reputation for fertility,
15 DDána 48.34 . na taoisigh tháisg `the chieftains of renown,'
O'Gr. Cat. 526.22.
Compd. ¤ labartha boastful, clamorous: ina tarmánaib
...t., MR 230.17 . tuath-bhan-glór t., 294.22 .