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toirsigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. toirsigid or dil.ie/41285

Forms: tuirsighter, toirsiugud

v g (toirse).

I Intrans.

(a) becomes sad, grieves: toirsigid ┐ cnetaigi[d], Laud 610, fo. 30c . ma fo ēge (sic leg.) nammā, mani tairsaige `nicht niedergeschlagen ist,' ZCP xv 350.5

(b) grows tired, tires: a ḟir benas clocc 'na trāth | mōr in ceō benaid do chāch | atāit sluaig ac ētsecht ris | at truaig ge rothuirrsigis, ACL iii 233.19 . ba solus in grian ar sin ... | suairc in scel, ni tairrsig trell | dar soillsigh Iarasalem, YBL 170a25 .

II Trans.

(a) saddens, grieves: cuire ... do thuirrsigh uile Éirinn, DDána 107.5 . tuirsighter: an radharc o'n duibhi ... an teistecht o'n fhoghur gér trom is irritated , O'Gr. Cat. 277.34. isé rom toirsigh im treibh, Anecd. ii 27 § 22.

(b) fatigues, tires: an tan thuirsighthear san urlaidhe é, TSh. 6210 . uch, uch, do thursa tu sinn ag leimeadh o pholl go poll, Luc. Fid. 324.15 . Reflexive: rostorsig in lucht coimēta, MacCongl. 25.21 . gurob gu diomhaoín do thuirsigh mé mé féin rib, Galatians iv 11.

Vn. toirsiugud.