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1 táthaid, táithid v ā, i (1 táth) (a) joins, welds, unites:
tuathait .i. tathaid a croicni im na sciathaib `they sew the
hides round the shields
,' Laws v 106.12 Comm. rucsammar
55lind cloich cach fhir ... co rothadsem ar in muig piled them
together
(?), Festschr. Stokes 9.6 . mar táithtir truaill cuilg
re céir, DDána 119.35 . bíodh greim fir 's a bheith ga
bháthadh | ... [ó dtáthar thú] `a drowning man's hold, by
which Thou mayst be held fast
,' Aithd. D. 70.29 . do tháith
60rea ccorpaibh a ccinn (of two women who had been be-
headed), BNnÉ 152.16 .
(b) Hence in abstr. meanings: ionnus gur tháith é féin
... re mnáibh deórata (Solomon), TSh. 8360 . ? mediator
qui hanc iram oblatione placaret .i. notadad, ZCP vii 483.26
65(see p. 493 ). ? nech atcobra dul for nemh ... | seched
rīagail [in]na nāem | tathai ēolus maith he should keep to a
good road
(?), 310 § 1 . ? tathais snechta siachta clo | is
dirand do tucht atciu, H. 3.18, 75 ( O'C. 124 - 5 ).
(c) Med. heals, closes (a wound) : is mar so doníther an
70púdar re [a] táiter an cnedh, O'Gr. Cat. 271.19. créacht ...
feola nach táithfe liaigh, Ó Bruad. iii 58 . Cf. do tháith an
slait ... ris an gcréacht `applied the rod to the wound,' Keat.
ii 279.
Vn. táthad=1 táth. (a) ag táthadh a lámh re chéile,
75 Eochairsg. 101.26 . tareis a laime do thaitheamh re píosa
argaitt (of Nuadu), FM i 16.21 . ? sean-mhná gan lón d'á
d-táthadh le gréin `basking in the sun,' Tribes of Irel.
68.10 . táthad (sic leg. ?) uilc re himnedh, Buile Ṡ., 56.11 .
(b) joining, uniting (peoples, armies etc.): táthud do
80shluagaib ┐ d'armaib a consolidator of hosts, TBC 533c .
ó th. ¤ na d-tuath, ML 92.13 . chum comhraic dá seoladh 's
dá dtáthadh (of troops), Hackett xl 139.
Part. táithte: ar an gcuid úd don Bhreatain atá don
leith thuaidh do Sacsaibh t. ¤ ria pars quae ipsi Angliae con-
85tingens, Keat. ii 5868 . ba t. ¤ id phearsain maicne Aodha
`Aedh's sons were ... intimately welded,' Ó Bruad. i 58 .
cibé rénar mian bheith táitte ris an mhaith shíordhaidhe,
TSh. 10262.
See táthaigid.

? 2 táthaid n[i,m.] (1 táth) welder, smith, artificer: `dom-
5manic amh a hadbur,' ol in tathit, `.i. mu marbudh muna
dernar sciath Conchulaind,' Ériu v 72.17 .

tathaige xsee 1 taithigid.

táthaigid v g (1 táth) = 1 táthaid. (a) welds, cements, joins;
becomes joined, coalesces: é rotáthaig in tāthluim it was he
10who cemented the slingstone
, ZCP v 504 § 4 , see Hermathena
xlix 64 . gach slisne nobendais de do théighedh ina hinad
arís ┐ do tháthaigeadh fó chédair used to cleave to its place
(of a tree), SG 68.31 . leth-bonn as tigh gach Ráthaigh |
Molaisi ara thír do thathaigh `a half-groat ... M. fastened
15upon his land
' (of a tax), BNnÉ 249.14 . Abstr.: táthaigh
a croidhe red chlí, DDána 45.13 . nach tathuighid na pea-
cuigh sochar na Páise riú féin, Eochairsg. 51.31 . (b) unites,
consolidates (peoples, countries, etc.): monúar ní-for-táthaig
`(Liath), alas ! unites you not,' Met. Dinds. iii 152.1 and
20Corr. gur tháthaigh rí cró chrúachain, IGT Decl. ex. 1354 .
do táthaig a tír ┐ a tuatha ar fedh Tuadmuman, Caithr.
Thoirdh. 136.37 . Also of persons: a mheic an té rom
tháthuigh, cited Aithd. D. 16.17 n. gur tháthuigh an uile
fhear | Muire an mháthair so that She drew to Herself every
25man
, DDána 46.55 . (c) Med. heals, closes (a wound):
táthuightear an chuisle re leigiusaibh stiptecha, 3 C 22,
178b22 . da ngearrthar cnaim no cartilago ... ni fhasuidh
┐ ni thathuighid da éis neque augetur neque coalescit , 23 K
42, 92.19 .
30 Vn. táthugad: (a) tú linn táthuighthe na talmhan
cement (said of the Cross), DDána 41.39 . atá sé reidh chum
táthuighe `it is ready for the sodering' Is. xli 7 . Abstr.:
d'ár dtathughadh le sochar na Páise (function of the Mass),
Eochairsg. 27.27 . (b) tighearnas gan táthúghadh, ML
35 104.31 . cenn táthaighthi gacha tīre (of a person), ML² 1196 .
le táthucchadh tuath, FM iii 368.1 . (c) Med. con taidhe a
tathuga[d], H.3.17 col. 632 - 3 ( O'Don. 880 ).

táthaigidir v g depon. (cf. táid) conceals, steals (?) : ni ro tathaig-
ter nech dib ar araile .i. in ni gatus nech dib o cheile, Laws
40 ii 342.4 , 22 (text and Comm.) `was der eine von ihnen dem
andern verheimlicht (heimlich weggenommen) hat
,' St. in E.
Ir. Law 3.

tathaigín xsee taithigín.

táthaigtheóir, táthóir n[i,m.] (tátha(ig)id) welder, uniter,
45 consolidator: Niall ... diosgaoiltigh Gall, táthaightheóir
Gaoidheal, FM iv 750.6 . a thāthóir na dtuath, ML² 1288.

tathaim xsee tatham, tathamair.

tathaír n ā, f. vn. of do-athaíra. g s. tathaoire, Éigse ii 119.106 .
(a) blaming, censuring, reproaching: ni to bar tatháir si
50act is do bar tinchosc, Wb 16a24 . oc tatháir imdibi `blaming
circumcision
,' 23d25 . a oglaig óig | nocon urusa do t. ¤ , IT
iii 75.8 . ragab P. ic tathair ríge Agmemnóin, TTr. 1812 .
oc tathair a draidechta, PH 2196 . a tollad no a tathair
`impugn or depreciate' (a judgment), CCath. 4504 . a chnuic
55a-tám do thathaoir, DDána 64.4 . ag tathaoír ... for an
tuaiscert, FM vi 2126.12 . lucht tairgthe mo tathaoir ribh
`who dared to slander me to thee,' Ó Bruad. ii 134 . cathiugud
.i. tathair, O'Dav. 475.
(b) reproach, blame, censure: ced molad ced tatháir dom
60beraidsi domsa, Wb 8d21 . Aron ... | cen tathair dia grad,
SR 4515 . ni techtas inna n-indmas saegulla is tathair,
RC ii 386.7 . irlabhra ... budh tatháir do taisech do dénamh,
CCath. 2551 . gnúis ... nar dhearg gríostathaoir, DDána
117.44 . foghlumuighedh sé etheica innus go ttuigedh tatháir
65ar na lochtuibh quod spernat vitia (a requirement of a sur-
geon), ZCP xviii 258.25 . uair nach tathair tarlaig ort,
Cog. 124.15 . sealbhtha molta ┐ tathaoire, Éigse ii 119.106
(? cf. moladh `adjective'). tairim .i. taithír, O'Dav. 1518.

tathaírech adj o, ā (tathaír) censorious, reproachful: tathaoi-
70reach ` slandering ,' Eg. Gl. 609 . gidh tromdha tathaoireach
tarchuisneach atáim-se, DDána 111.24 .

tathaírid v i (tathaír, cf. do-athaíra) blames, censures, re-
proaches: ní tairim (? tāirim) .i. nocha taithirim, O'Dav.
1518. rotháithir Medhbh ... ┐ rosgrēs Fergus im dīghail a
75domhīagh fair, ZCP xiii 169.31 . ni he thathairther sund
inti thechtus na hindmusa saegulla, RC ii 386.7 . tathaeir-
fither ... do gach aen cocelas do cairdes, CCath. 1051.

tathaírthe adj io, iā part. of do-athaíra (tathaírid) censured,
blamed: bidh tathairthe o feraib in talman, CCath. 4604.

80 tatham n o, m. (cf. tathamair). IGT Decl. § 11 (55.6) .
(a) sleep, rest: dosruacht ina tathum `came upon her
slumbering
,' Met. Dinds. iv 200.53 . ? nim chicher i súan |
t. ¤ dual dobruc | marbad mo secht mac (`I have cause for
grief
'), PRIA 1893, 548 § 20 ( LL 147a23 ). muir is tīr
85gan tathom unresting land and sea, ZCP viii 231.y . nir'
leicced lochad no t. ¤ no tinnabrad d'oenduine, CCath. 4359 .
dod dearc úaine ní tráth tathaimh, Sc. G. St. iv 138 § 1 .
cead tathaimh ó ól oidhche a respite from carousing, L.Cl.A.
Buidhe 125.35 . tathamh ar thonnaibh an fhóid fhuin-
eadhaigh calm will prevail over the western land (?), DDána
5 109.6 . cuan min as troma tathamh (of Lough Erne), Ir.
Texts ii 54 § 36 . ionad tathaimh `a place of rest,' BNnÉ
250.11 . ar Pheadar, do bhí san taitheamh 'na bhfuair na
taisbéanta rúnda, TSh. 2987 . tathamh a dtuarasca the
dearth of news
, Ó Bruad. iii 178.18 . ? Here also: ina thotham
10chotaltai, BDD² 837 . gan tátham gan toirmeasg without
delay or hindrance
, ML 48.28 . As vn.: bím ag tathamh
'sag taisteal san tslighe libh `whether ye rest or whether ye
walk the way I'm with you
' (of death), O'Gr. Cat. 593.36.
(b) Hence the sleep of death, death: to ┐ t. ¤ .i. bás, H.3.18,
15 652 ( O'C. 1471 ). ger thriall tathaim `thought it was a fatal
project
,' Met. Dinds. iii 56.21 . co nostarraid trom-thathum
`the death-sleep,' iv 284.20 .
? To this: coimnitius co taithaim comsuide .u. la .x. no
.xx. aidche, H.3.18, 12a ( O'C. 27 ), `? lapse, expiry ,' Plummer
20MS. notes.