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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.

tathamair, tathaim Orig. depon. vb., later act. (cf. tám,
támaid, tatham. See KZ xxiii 217 ). Pret. 3 s. died, perished:
(a) With depon. ending: conid 'sin tṡléib t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv
34.52 . conid eiter a lamaib rothathamir cúrui `that it was
25in their hands that C. expired
,' Mon. Tall. 153.13 . Colam
ro thathamar, YBL 126b32 . ro th. ¤ an t-each, FM vi 2216.7 .
rot. ¤ an tí Art, Hugh Roe 24.2 . (b) Without depon. ending:
tathaim .i. fuair bás, O'Cl. co ndecmaic tart bráighit do,
co tathaim de, RC xv 426.y . Dalo tathaim diarbo thimm,
30 Met. Dinds. iii 276.17 . ? is Nathí, co trom-thathaim
(:achaid), iv 284.24 . ro tathaimh do bhedhg aonuaire,
FM i 308.19 . tathaimh Fea ba buan bladh, Leb. Gab.
180.21 . 3 p. ro tathaimhseat , FM i 276.6 .

tathchor n o, m. vn. of do-aithchuiredar. (a) Intrans. return-
35ing: a tadchur huli `the return of them all,' Ml 34d20 . tad-
chor as in doiri, 131c11 . taidchor, 117b5 . 131d11 - 13 . ni
fil taidchur do dochum in choirpsin ... na bíd taidchur
dúnni dano don chorp marbdu, Wb 3a14 . in taidchor gl.
reversionem, Ml 47b3 . ma arfuirestae díb in taidchur són,
40 47b6 . iar taidchur dochum a tire, 62b4 . taidchuir dochum
a thire `of return to his land,' 62c8 . in daithchuir gl. recursús,
42c26 . taidchuir macc nisrahel a doiri `of the return,'
46a26 . t. ¤ a bás i mbás ... tadchor a bás i mbethaid, LU
2686 . ní bia traig cen tatcor, Anecd. ii 41 § 13 . conar
45dorcha drub cen t. ¤ (of death), LL 371a15 . ? a tadhgor
Scota do milidh | do chosnam in tiri síar, BB 19b27 . ? o
forcend flathiusa Meadh co tochur as Daire Babilonda,
MacCarthy 280.15 .
(b) Trans. sending back, away, returning: iarna th. ¤ a
50Pardos, SR 1474 . la t. ¤ ... Iohain `the removal ,' Fél. June 24 .
bat iascaireda togaide iat ... fri t. ¤ in popuil docum cretme,
LB 181a4 . Of the returning of a fosterchild by the foster-
father: tachur cen mialtur (text) .i. tathchur a daghal-
trumu cen dethbiri, Laws ii 164.18 Comm. See Gloss. s.v.
55 iarraith. doluid alali banscal do t. ¤ maic for clerech do
muntir Patraicc, Ir. Texts i 14.11 `to accuse a priest of P.'s
household of being the father of her child
,' Ir. Hist. Studies i
132 . ? ina ta[?th]chur ar diumann (sic leg.) for sending her
away in contempt
, H.3.18, 498 ( O'C. 1240 ).
60(c) cycle (of years), great Paschal cycle of 532 years: in
bliadhain dedenach ind lantadchoir o tainic P. i n-Eirind
(i.e. 964 = 432+532), AU i 478.12 , and see ii 46 n. cétna
bliadain tossaich óigtathcuir, RC xvi 406.14 . ni tig siclus
co cenn .v. mbliadan .xxx. ar .D. iar n-ogtaig cóir, Fél.
65 98.6 , see 465 . See óg compds.

tathchoirthe adj io, iā part. of do-aithchuiredar returned, as
subst. one who has returned, revenant: inna taidchoirthe as
in doiri `of those returned from the Captivity,' Ml 82c6 .
revolutio .i. tathchor na hanma i corpaib ecsamlaib iar
70ndesmirecht na tathchorthe, LU 2705.

tathchrantaid xsee taithchrentaid.

? tathchus n nib hanacol do neoch a fhirinne nó a th. ¤
` wealth (?),' RC xxvi 37 n. 4 . ? Leg. tochus.

tathellach xsee taithellach.

75 tathgaire xsee tadgaire.

tat(h)laigid v g (? taithlech. See also do-álaig, do-atailci
tálgud, tláthaigid and RC xxxvii 217 ) appeases, calms,
soothes: ro thatlaig tria cheilg | ... | mac Eochach, LL
18a4 . is ardd rothatlaig in tress `loftily he tamed the strife'
80(Corr.), Met. Dinds. iii 462.35 . int app thall rostatlaig sund
`cherished her,' iv 176.24 . seachain an cleasaidhe cam | ná
tathlaigh é fád bhrat, Dánfhocail 182 . ? Here also: a
bhen talgai do mhacán .i. taltaigh, H.3.18, 650a ( O'C. 1460 ).
? muna taidligthea o trom-chraide `unless he is purified by
85repentance
,' MR 122.9 .
Vn. tat(h)lugud: talgud no tathlugud .i. ceannsugud
nó crithnugud, O'Dav. 1573. talgadh .i. tathlughadh no
ceannsughadh, O'Cl. tic tathellach tathlúgud | co ngnithaib
fiad na slogaib (of the sea at the Day of Judgment), SR
8117 . ferr a túargain a tatlugud `better to beat them than
5to coddle them
', Tec. Corm. 16.108 v.l. ? taltughadh .i.
gabáil, ut est, molbhthach a ainm in taltaighther .i. is
molbhthach a hainm in tan bithar aca taltugadh .i. aca
gabail, H.3.18, 62b ( O'C. 81 ). Part.: trenfir tenna tairisi
tatlaighti an talman ` disciplined ', CCath. 5380.