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2 oentama

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n , f. unmarried state, celibacy (but not necessarily virginity): nír mhill in rí . . . a hóige ná a haentama, SG 354. 36 . taiscfet-sa m'aentuma , BB 447b20 . is iat imat a leannan . . . rofuridh [= ro fuirigh] a oentúmha that kept him un- married, ZCP xiii 166.7 . lé haontumha do dhéanamh (= per continentiam), TSh. 10414. i n-o.¤ unwedded, celibate : do bhoí ingen . . . ag in rígh a n-áentuma , Cóir Anm. 38. atait ingena . . . i n-aentumha i nEadail, Aen. 2903. Herudiatis a beth i n-oentama `free to marry', PH 837. boí Ness . . . a mathair- seom i n-oentama, Ériu iv 22 z . Nesa . . . bui ind-oentuime, Lism. L. xxxiv 23.

In fig. sense, of places, etc.: anocht sgaoilid na sgola, | leabtha uadha a n-aontomha `widowed', Studies 1924, 85 § 1 . ro hannlaicedh a n-aentuma re Sir Gyi hi `she was buried alone beside (? apart from) Sir G.', ZCP vi 100.8 . Temair agá trom- gerán a bfuair d'ulc na haontuma (i.e. without a lord), Caithr. Thoirdh. 94.10 . aontumha ó olcaibh abstention, TSh. 10833.

1 taiscid

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v (cf. do-coisig) keeps, guards, stores. lays up: tocoiscid .i. t.¤, ut est tocoissigh ... .i. ata oca taisced, O'Dav. 1563. ni ba seota sirtaisces, LL 385b51 = ib. 17 = Leb. Cert. 192.15 . taiscfet-sa m'áentuma , Mer. Uil. 298 . in t-arg i taiscither seoit ... in choimded, PH 6149 . is oinmid mani thaisce, dia taisce ni hoinmit, Ériu v 30.21 . taisgthear le neach mar ní iongnadh | ... géim éanbhó let it be treasured up in the memory, TD 16.25 . is e nothaisced 'na cridhi cech ní noraidhedh Dia fris, Lism. L. 4893 . taiscid biucatan uaidi `save ye a little from it,' AU i 94.4 ( tasca, AFM i 242.3 ). tuir ... ina taiscthe a cuaich, Marco P. 72 . taiscther an fual a soitech uma, O'Gr. Cat. 191.8. t.¤ in claidem so nó go tí tigerna a dingbala, SG 252.16 . a shéimhleac ... ó taisceadh fút E. since E. was buried beneath thee (to a tombstone), Ó Bruad. iii 62.6 .

In unfavourable sense hoards, withholds: ní thaisce ní ní ba torba `do not hoard anything that is not useful,' ZCP xv 190 § 33 (= LU 3498 ). an ní do thaiscebair do chuirebair amuga, SG 46.33 . nochar taisced peinginn rīam | do chisti ag Colum na clīar, ZCP vii 304 § 15 . mairg croidhe ar [ar] taisgeadh tnúdh, Dán Dé xxvi 37 . an té thaisgios arbhar, Proverbs xi 26 . go dtaisgid dhóibh féin fearg `they lay up for themselves wrath,' Donlevy 218.24 .

? fochen a scíth buágnigi | ... | úarcridi taiscea, LU 10352 . taiscísseo in ro bendach Patraic, BB 234b38 (cf. Irish Texts iii 6.22 ).

Part. seicheda sen-tascidi ` long-hoarded ,' TTr. 966 . ? testemain taiscidi amail scrin, BB 241b21 . ? Cf. ceni rabe let sentascide (sic leg., Edd.) `old leavings,' Mon. Tall. 128.12 . Vn. 2 taiscid.

See also taiscigid, taisigid.