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canaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. canaid or dil.ie/8126
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Forms: canu, caunu, cani, -chanai, canid, canith, canaid, canas, can, canmae, canma, canait, cantae, cantai, canir, canair, -chanar, canar, caniter, -cantar, chantar, cain, can, canad, canam, canum, canaid, cantar, noscanad, -chanad, chanad, chantaís, nochantais, cainte, -cantae, chanta, cantai, chanam, cachna, cachna, cachnaith, cechras, -chechnad, rocachnad, cachnaitis, ro-cachain, -cechainn, cáchain, cháchain, cachain, cachnaitir, cachnatar, cachnutar, cechnadar, ro-cét, ro-cet, ru-chét, cēt, -rochet, ro-chead, ro-ceta, rocheta, rocachaint, cétal, canamain, canta, cainnt

v Ind. pres. 1 s. canu, Ériu xvi 66.50 . caunu, ZCP xxi 281.15 . 2 s. cani, Thes. ii 249.2 . -chanai, SG 26.41 . 3 s. canid, Mon. Tall. 138.7 . canith, 130.24 . canaid, Thes. ii 315.5 . Rel. canas, Wb. 27b27 . LU 3804 ( SCC 37 ). can as, Blathm. 209 . 1 p. rel. canmae, Fél. Ep. 242 . canma, ZCP viii 198.15 . 3 p. canait, LU 1978 ( FA 5 ). Lism. L. 3879 . Rel. cantae , Fél. Dec. 28 . cantai, Ériu ii 118 § 54 . Pass. s. canir, Thes. ii 249.1 . canair, Fél. Sept. 11 . Ériu ii 16.17 . -chanar, Ml. 135a6 . Rel. canar, Thes. ii 252.5 . Mon. Tall. 138.19 . ZCP xi 110 § 23 . Pass. p. caniter, LU 3242 ( SCC 3 ). -cantar, Ml. 122c2 . Rel. chantar, Todd Nenn. 38.2 .

Ipv. 2 s. cain, Fél. Apr. 4 . can, ib. v.l. PH 8337 . 3 s. canad, Tec. Corm. 1.45 . Mon. Tall. 164.8 . 1 p. canam, Ériu ii 63 § 2 . canum, ZCP vi 262.5 . 2 p. canaid, Fél. 44.22 . Pass. p. cantar, TBC-LL¹ 806 .

Impf. 3 s. noscanad, Thes. ii 314.8 ( Hy. ii 25 ). -chanad, Rawl. 84a18 . no chanad , Fél. 10.x . Lat. Lives 63.3 . 3 p. no chantaís , LU 10134 . Rel. nochantais, Fél. July 30 . Pass. s. no cainte , Ml. 102c8 . -cantae , O'Mulc. 213 . no chanta , BDD² 124 . p. cantai, SG 411.11 .

Subj. pres. 1 p. cia chanam , RC xlvii 296.12 . acht co ro-chanumm, PH 6882 .

fut. 1 s. ? cachna, Ériu xiii 23.1 . 2 s. cachna, O'Dav. 601 . 3 s. ? cachnaith, SR 2694 . Rel. cechras (sic) .i. canfas, O'Dav. 342 . Condit. 3 s. -chechnad, Caithr. Thoirdh. 60.13 . ? rocachnad, Todd Nenn. 38.7 . Pass. p. ? cachnaitis, RC xiv 418 § 35 ( LL 12833 ). Later with f-future.

Pret. and perf. 3 s. ro-cachain, Ml. 48b11 (for redupl. vowel see GOI 425 where -cechainn, Ml. 64c22 , 66c12 is also discussed). cáchain, LU 3796 ( SCC 37 ). ro cháchain , 10619 . cachain, TBC-I¹ 258 . Ériu xiii 19.29 . 26.22 . cachain no rochachain, O'Cl. 3 p. cachnaitir, IT i 136.z (Comp. Con C., Eg. 2 ). cachnatar, RC iii 347.1 . ro cachnutar , Laws i 24.7 Comm. cechnadar, Dinds. 42 ( RC xv 433.6 ). Pass. s. ro-cét, Ml. 25b6 . 8 . 57d13 . Sc.M² 21 . ro-cet, Ml. 2b6 . Laws i 70.14 Comm. ru-chét, Ml. 64a13 . ro cēt , Corp. Gen. 406.10 . -rochet, SR 7533 . With act. sense ro-chead, RC xxiv 178.z . p. ro-ceta, Ml. 30a9 . Hib. Min. 6.186 . nad rocheta , Ml. 115b4 . rocachaint, RC xiii 48 § 31 .

Part. a mbas cete gl. cantato . . . mense, BCr. 32b5 . Vbl. of necess. donaib hí beta cheti `which are to be sung', Ml. 126c4 . Vn. cétal, canamain, canta, ? cainnt. IGT Verbs § 73 .

(a) sings, recites . With céol: cansit ceól, LU 3274 ( SCC 7 ). dot mac canar ar ceol, Blathm. 198 . ro chachain ceol, SR 4043 . With words meaning poem, etc. (somet. in sense composes): cachainsi . . . laíd, LU 3538 ( SCC 29 ). in aer . . . cantar . . . co indligthech, Laws v 232.11 Comm. ( ZCP xv 310.6 ). ae chanas ica gabail, Auraic. 409 . coro cachoin a guba `sang his dirge', Dinds. 95 ( RC xvi 47 ). conid de rocētt na raind si, ZCP vii 306.7 . chanas fuinn `that singeth songs', Proverbs xxv 20 . See Celtica vi 214 . Of birds: canaid na héanlaithe séis, Keat. Poems 74 .

In religious contexts sings, chants, recites (psalms, hymns, prayers): in tan cita-roichet in salm-sa, Ml. 44b4 . canir . . . biad, Mon. Tall. 131.6 . is amlaid canitir (leg. Lat. canitur?) in Pater, 140.4 . Adomnan . . . rocháchain in n-orthain seo, Rawl. 106b18 . do Chríst cachain ailli `unto Christ he sang praise', Fél. Apr. 26 . is ed chanait . . . Sanctus (of angels), MacCarthy 44.3 . canum don Choimdidh gl. cantemus Domino, Celtica iv 28.367 . dochanattar ind immon, BNnÉ 75.12 . do Chríst cachain figil, Fél. Dec. 8 . ro-chansat cántaic na glóri diada do, PH 4787 . do chan a thrátha, Acall. 1318 . Note also: cansat co léir a leighenn recited (of students), BNnÉ 96.18 . Of celebration of Mass: do chan int esbac . . . aifreann, ZCP xiii 181.2 . i-sin coilech-sin no-chanad Ísu hídpairt ┐ oiffrend, ZCP xvii 229.2 .

Of chanting of spells, prophecies, etc.: ro chansat-side brechta druidechta, LU 4027 ( SCC 48 ). for énchois . . . ro chachain doib in sin uile, BDD² 562 . canar dicheadol, Ériu xiii 24.10 .

Sings about, praises, lauds : trisin mbindius trissa cantar in gnimai hisin `with which these works are sung', Ml. 122c2 . ba moch canait a seíri, Misc. Hib. 17 § 5 . iss ed canas in cū cain / a marbad do milchonaib (the dog foretells by its barking), ZCP xiii 8.2 . da bfaghta fer finn-chechnad a man to commemorate him, Caithr. Thoirdh. 60.13 .

(a 2) composes : cīasu Dauīd rodas-can, | is dōibseom do-aselbtar 'although it was David who composed them, they are attributed to them' Éigse xvii 30 § 7 (= isaire eim doaisilbthar intpsailim dona persunnaib remepertaib cesu Duid aoenur rusgab, Hib. Min. 6.169 ).

(b) speaks, tells, announces, utters : ba bind for cach na canaind, LU 1301 . atchuala an ra chansat (of conversation), TBC-LL¹ 136 . inní rochan in t-ainm ogaim announced, 583 . da chan tigerna in toigi `cried out', Ériu iv 112.17 . ro chan riu feb at rubairt D. fris, MR 50.13 . cia nach can `who says not so?', Dán Dé xxvi 36 . adfedhut [na techta] do ar'chansat ┐ ar'canad friu, Marco P. 30 . With specific objects: ro chansad a n-aithiosga ris `announced . . . their proposals', CRR² 11 . is brég rocanuis, ZCP vi 91.5 . cach clessach na chanad cheilg / manach sein sin Gaedilg, LL 18013 . ro canad fírcháin faeilte friu, Acall. 2795 . ní chanuit gó tria bhithu `never tell a lie', Marco P. 179 .

With follg. vn., or noun-clause: canaim . . . / truagh nach áonfhras tíre atá I declare, SGS iv 62 § 10 . ro chan Día . . . an téigen d'furtacht, BNnÉ 4.7 . canfaither . . . / nach am rig ruanaid (leg. rígr.), MR 120.12 .

Gramm.: Muimhnech, Éleach . . . ┐ gach tír eile chantar do bhainindsce of the feminine gender, IGT Decl. § 18 . trí hórmharg, lochdach ó nach cantur é, Introd. 8.32 .

Various uses with prepp.: conid dibsin ro chead in seanchaid those are the subject of the s.'s lay, RC xxiv 182.15 . is dó rochēt it is of him this was sung, ZCP viii 327.33 . mar do chanais tréan Eoghain / do Fhraoch `as you ascribed Eoghan's power to F.', Content. v 162 . is hē a lecht canair dōu . . . madan i n-Ūachtur Ocha this is the grave foretold for him . . . (in the) battle of U.O., ZCP xii 238 § 62 . cantar Cáilli in druadh / re crích fir na n-arm rindfuar `the territory . . . is called', Ériu iv 226.25 . créad an chúis fa gcantar abhall / ret fhiodhbhaidh chorcra why is thy . . . wood called apple? (to the Cross), DDána 2.7 . cristaidi nochanadh fein fris `called himself a Christian', Marco P. 64 . ní uime mar gach n'asbal / rí an chruinne do chanasdar did not speak of him (Judas) as of all the (other) apostles(?), Dán Dé i 11 . port ór canadh CaisealChorc was named, DDána 74.7 . an Niall ór canadh clann Néill, Aithd. D. 17.6 .

In cheville: i nDaim Liac Ciannāin canair / marb hua ciallmair Congalaig `thou singest', Arch. Hib. ii 94 § 25 .

2 clas

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 clas or dil.ie/9384

 

n ā, f. (Lat. classis) assembly, choir : c.¤ .i. a classe , Corm. Y 281 (classeus , MS.). c.¤ graece claisin (κλάσις) .i. diuisio , 356 . c.¤ .i. comtinol, O'Dav. 557 . ro chuala clais coir / siol n-Adhoimh, Blathm. 725 (síl Ádaim, ed.). trian dib fria clais trian fria croit trian etir clais ┐ croit `for the choir', Hib. Min. 280 - 1 . fri cetul na psalm do thus inna c.¤ `to lead the choirs', 166 . du thoisigecht claisse doib `to lead their choir', Ml. 107b3 . cosin chlais gl. (unus de cantatoribus) cum suorum choro, 61d6 . etir di chlais no gaibthe in salm-so, .i. quoniam . . . no gaibed indal[a] ch.¤ , 138d1 . classa búana bindi, Fél. Prol. 181 . ro chuala . . . c.¤ na maccraide oca gairm, Trip. ii 420.22 . in ch.¤ . . . / na noebaṅgel, SR 2141 . tri míle cheól n-écsamail cecha oénclaisse, LU 2034 . [d]i chlais aingel, 992 ( ACC 92 Comm. ). dí chlaiss sechtmogat do chlassaib celebartha, Celtica iv 30.414 . or ro cantae didiu in turem frisngaired in ch.¤ , O'Mulc. 213 . a c[h]erchaill clūimhe ┐ a geimhin claisi (among the effects of a deceased monk), ZCP vi 271.17 (prob. the hide mat on which he knelt in choir, Plummer MS. notes). c.¤ .i. claisceadal, no ceol no canntaireachd, O'Cl. clais .i. cora, Stowe Gl. 264 . Lec. Gl. 316 . ar chlais mheabhlaigh an mháidh chaim, Ó Bruad. ii 276 xxxi (`snares').

Compd. see claischétal.

1 núall

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 núall or dil.ie/33338
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Forms: nuall, nuall, nnúall, núall, nuall, nuaill, nualla, núal, núaill, núaill, nualléigmhi

n o, n. and m. n s. in nuall , Ml. 51c9 , 67b19 ; but: nuall n-ecmacht, Laws v 358.4 ; (with art. ?) a nnúall , Fél. Dec. 28 (by Stokes taken as 3 pl. poss. pron.), cf. an núall-sa, ib. Ep. 163 =a nuall-sa, LB, Laud. g s. in nuaill , Acall. 7280. a p. nualla, LU 2242 ( FA 31 ). g p. núal, LU 9937. For: mo dó núaill `my two cries', ACC 5 ( RC xx 156 ) read with LU 518 : mo donúaill. In Mod.Ir. fem. n s. núaill, Job iv 10 , cf. ac nuall moir, TTebe 3374 (nuallguabha v.l., prob. nuallghuba is right reading), and compd. rathnuaill.

(a) a loud noise in wide sense, whether articulate or inarticulate, harmonious or discordant, sudden or continuous; gen. of noise made by human beings, esp. a concourse of people, but also of natural sounds; in pl. in distributive sense shouts, cries, acclamations, etc. is in nuall dongniat ho ru maith fora naimtea remib, gl. clamor ille militum . . . hostibus fugatis, Ml. 51c9 . nual debtha, Rawl. 106b36 . in nuall dani in sluag im Temair, Cog. 124.27 . nuall ┐ séselbhe na slógh, CCath. 663. nuall na stocc, 3129 . Of joyful sounds: amal guth crot carait nuall (of the heavenly hosts), SR 609. airdric a nnúall suthain . . . cantae . . . in maccáin ó Bethil, Fél. Dec. 28. nuall faelti, LU 2468 ( RC iv 256.4 ). is besad leusom in nuall inna fáilte ho lamaib (consuetudo est in laudatoriis clamationibus etiam manu plaudere), Ml. 67b19 . sluaigh aingeal . . . go núallaibh múisecdha, BNnÉ 273 z . Of mourning: atchluin Cu Ch. íarum in mbrón . . . `Cisi núal so?' for Cu Ch., LU 10438 (Toch. Emere). ferait . . . nualla trúaga torsecha, SCC 31. doronsat nuall ┐ toirrsi, Acall. 3404. nuall .i. gul, O'Cl. Of speech : nuall mbriathar (an outcome of `ira'), ZCP iii 26.31 = Ériu vii 164 x . nuall ┐ immad erlabrai do dénum i n-uair ernaigthe (i.e. loud and verbose prayers), PH 7855. siansa, gáir, núall, éigheamh, Eg. Gl. 537. Of natural sounds: d'énaib . . . oc núall ┐ oc labra mór, RC ix 492.17 ( LU 1835 ). núaill an leomhain roaring , Job iv 10 . nuall dermór toraind, SR 612. co cloisind, núall ri táeb reilcci, fúam na fairrge the voice of the sea thundering outside the churchyard, ZCP v 496 § 4. Eas Ruaid heret aiges núall as long as Assaroe resounds, Ériu iv 150.27 . ard a nuall aiges [in tond] im Choire da Ruad, Anecd. i 12.25 . is bind . . . nuall a sroth, BCC 282.16 .

Common in chevilles, prob. in sense utterance, proclamation, cf. nuall gan ghaoi .i. rádh gan bhréag, O'Cl. nuall cen cleith, SR 2617 , cf. ZCP vi 263 § 7. n.¤ cen lén, SR 6827. n.¤ gan gheis, Lism. L. 1286 = O'Gr. Cat. 625.3 (`a lawful petition'). ba nual co nem, ZCP viii 119.8 . nuall cuimnech, x 347.10 . nuallaib adblib, LL 36b1 . núalaib nél, SR 5805.

In Auraic. 5964 : cend ar nuaill (a species of Ogham in which the names of the letters were transposed) we should perhaps read: c. ara naill one end on the other, see ZCP xvii 302 .

(b) in prosody, name of a class of metrical compositions (including various species of `rathnuaill'): fínít dona nuallaibh, IT iii 93.3 (end of a section).

Cf. 3 úall.

COMPDS.

(a) with noun: ¤cuma state of sorrow and lamentation, Acall. 3988. ¤éigem: pl. nualléigmhi ` outcries ', CCath. 5631. ¤fhoghar, TSh. 6686. ¤gáir, TTebe 1301 . na nuallgartha doronsat . . . a cainedh Gyi, ZCP vi 85.26 ¤gol (gul): nuallghul (= planctus), TSh. 6430. nuallghol, Keat. Poems 672 , 1427 . Isaiah v 29 , lii 5 . ¤grith: nuallgrith na roth (of chariot-wheels), TBC-LL¹ 3311. ¤guba: ferait ind eóin nuallguba dermar, FA 33. co nuallguba ṅdermáir, PH 8201. occ lámchomart ┐ occ nualguba, TTr.² 1576. CCath. 2229. doghníd nuallghubha (= ululant), TSh. 4390. pl. nuallguba mora, ZCP x 412.20 . ro fhiadhfraidh créd d’ime uirre asa ndernaigh an nuallghudhadh dermhār sin, ZCP xxxiii 129 § 2 . ¤guth: pl. gaire truagha ┐ nuallghotha mora, Lism. L. 3636 . ¤organ: nuallorgan sidhe (of fairy music), Acall. 4620.

(b) with adj., prob. in sense loud, resounding or famed: ¤borr: hua Neit in nirt núallbuirr, LL 169a36 . ¤brethach: Niam Nera Nuallbrethaig of famous judgements (?), Anecd. ii 53.8 . Cf. a nemídh nuaillbreathaighe, IT iii 90.1 . gleo . . . neimnech nualdubach, LL 408a44 = TTr. 2226. tir ilcheolach . . . nuallfhaeiltech, Lism. L. 3858 . ¤gnáth: comérig, a Neri nuallgnaith `rufgewohnter N.' (i.e. of constant fame), ZCP xi 80 § 2 . mo Nére nuallgnaid ` eloquent ', O'Gr. Cat. 143.34 = nuallgnaidhe, 144.32 . grad núalnar náebdind, SR 6026.

túas, thúas

Cite this: eDIL s.v. túas, thúas or dil.ie/42228
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Forms: t.

adv.

(a) up, above: meinistir ... ┐ buindi oir fuirri thos on the lid, Trip.² 941 . colpdach i fleisc t.¤ an upper lath, Críth G. 215 . tuas sech cech oen ... | sernait slog sáer Saraphin, SR 552 . cotam-róither | tís t.¤ ar cech mélacht, Fél. Ep. 70 . co tairistis forsna tonnaib th.¤ occosom, LU 1905 . fácbaid a chriss t.¤ (i.e. on bank of river), TBFr. 202 . boi ... re fhota thuas for etegail, ZCP xvii 230.y . robudh ferr lim tís | gid oibhni dam t.¤ `to be carried,' Celt. Rev. iii 204.27 . tairrsi tuas do cuas ann-sin `over it from above' (of entry into a `dún'), Laws v 210.26 Comm. ? treisi iar tecmaic rig no espuic a turbudh aicinta, cid tis, cid tuas `whether below (in the battle) or above,' 306.x . nár dhísle thuas d'iomdhaidh eóin `that there would not be safety on top for the bird's nest,' TD 29.30 . go teach Dé ní dheachaidh suas | 's é thuas 'n-a bheathaidh iar mbás, DDána 38.9 `was alive on earth,' Ir. Monthly 1928, 380 . ollamh ... cloinne Maelruanaigh tis ┐ tuas `of Clann-Maelruanaigh Lower and Upper,' ALC ii 16.11 . (Cryptic) tinnechuas .i. tuas, Goid. § 190 (Dúil Laithne) , ZCP xlix-l 612 .

(b) Of heaven: nad déni thoil ind ríg thuas, Thes. ii 294.28 . an núall ... cantae t.¤ ... in maccáin, Fél. Dec. 28 . do ghuais ríogh an tighe thuas, DDána 20.9 .

(c) Referring to an earlier passage in a book, etc. above, in the former case: maní bé est ánd tuas, Ml. 14d1 . du gnimaib aní tuás `what precedes,' 117c6 . it hé ata mundus t.¤ ` above (mentioned),' Wb. 5b14 . a tréde t.¤ , 12c17 . t.¤ i n-ochtur gl. ex titulo, BCr. 32a3 . ciasid ruburt frit tuas, Sg. 75b2 . fil isin chomsuidigthiu tuas, 211b7 . d'féch thuas is-in dara aithne = vide supra, PH 7640 . ar treisi sund ... ar ain tuas in this case ... in the previous one, Laws i 170.30 Comm. amal rogell th.¤ da mathair (i.e. further back in the story), TTebe 3833 . ar an druing thuas `the above-mentioned persons,' Keat. ii 3418.

(d) Of points of the compass: fo des co Fertais Locha Echtrand ... ga tulach and in tulach sa th.¤ ? ... Sliab Moduirn `im Norden,' TBC-LL¹ 1201 . But see Vendryes, RC xlvii 253 - 4 , where thúas in this example is translated `au sud.' See also Loth, RC xliii 160 - 162 . an Cnocán Ruadh so thuas ... | is Cnoc Fírinne thíos `to the south ... and to the north,' Ó Bruad. i 162.5 . See súas, tís, 1 úachtar.

Compd. ¤ráidte above-mentioned: finis risin tí thuasráidhte, O'Gr. Cat. 653.19.

tuirem

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tuirem or dil.ie/42381

 

Forms: tairem, turem, tuiream, tuirme, turma, tuirme, turaim, tuiredh, tuirimh

n ā, f. vn. of do-rími. Also o, m. in Mod. Ir., and occas. in Mid. Ir. Cf. a d s. tairem, Metr. Dinds. iii 94.7 . turem, LU 8416 ( FB 28 ). tuiream, Anecd. ii 7.10 . ? g s. tuirme, Metr. Dinds. i 22.123 , SG 75.3 = YBL 171b45 . ? n p. turma, Anecd. ii 70.5 . tuirme, Auraic. 940 . Note also: fri turaim (: Coinchulaind), ZCP iii 42.1 . tuiredh, Études Celt. i 78.13 , 85.1 . m., IGT Decl. § 101 . tuirimh f., § 150 .

(a) act of enumerating, recounting, telling, relating; number, account, list: ní ail a th.¤ (sic leg.) dúib `to recount it to you,' Wb. 24c7 . tris in tuirim gl. per exsecutionem, Ml. 33d13 . ri cen tuirim, cen aisnéis beyond computation, SR 324 . iar tuirim a fele `after reckoning their feasts,' Fél. Ep. 231 . manod-techtaid désheirc | cona tuirim téchti `with its due attribute (?),' 390 . a fhiru Muirid ... | do nach tuirim tailmire whose impetuosity cannot be computed (?), Metr. Dinds. ii 26.2 . is tuirim mesta cu mór | nuimir na slóg, LL 32a43 = is tuireamh mescdha go mor, BB 56a6 . as lia a thuiream na mar indistear, BB 20a19 . is de aisnedid .i. do turim cin forus fethem (sic leg., Plummer MS. notes), Laws i 292.z Comm. mall uile a thuiremh tresan Ebrai a n-aisniter ann `to recount through the Hebrew,' Ériu ii 104 § 15 . turma ine (ane, anni, v.ll.) cine[oi]l Eogain the reckonings of the wealth of Cinél E. (?), Anecd. ii 70.5 do beth ní dia chomrumuib gan turim some of his triumphs would be left unmentioned, ZCP viii 111.19 . oc in dreim atám tuiremh those of whom I am speaking, SG 349.7 . gan tuireamh a ghnímh, IGT Decl. ex. 1794 . níor fhéad riamh neach gus a-niogh | a leath ... do thuiriomh, DDána 23.21 . Íosa Chríosd led thuirimh tú Thou art called (?), Dán Dé xxvii 36 . ré a dtuirimh, TD 32.13 . ni horsa a thurium ina innisin ar marb B., Cog. 60.20 . nir furail aingel ... do turem a testa, MR 190.19 . In chevilles: turim gan tnucha, BB 33b55 . ? tuirme glonn `with numbers of deeds,' Auraic. 940.

Frequ. with comparatives: móo turim .i. quam potest homo eum narrare , Thes. ii 331.3 . moo turim ... an ro bói do sciathaib and, Ériu iv 28.12 . a ṅdorigni ... | is lia tuirim more than can be recounted, SR 7248 . bid lia turim a chath, IT i 98.2 . Occas. also with equative: at lir turim ... frassa na saiget, LU 2212 . as lir t.¤ a scel o sin amach, ML 166.5 .

(b) In Mod. Ir. lament, dirge, threnody . This may also be the meaning in the follg. exx. from Met. Dinds.: ba fáith fri tairem cech thuir; | rosbáid aided óen-urchuir, Metr. Dinds. iii 94.7 , `sing dirges for,' Corr. fúair a tairnem, a tuirim | i nArd Ch. ` dirge ,' iv 238.3 . ní hí mo thuireamhsa an tuireamh nach fuighbhidh | cuidiughadh céad de chéadthaibh caointe my dirge is one that will find response in hundreds of other lamentations, Hackett xxxix 69 . sdriongan cumhadh ┐ tuiriomh, Abbott-Gwynn 188.17 . Tuireadh Aodha ui Ruairc, Oss. v 134.1 . tuireadh Eibhlin n-i Arthnain, Hard. ii 258.1 . ? Of a song of praise: o ro cantae ... in turem frisngaired in chlas dicens caebo ... .i. molad do Ioib, O'Mulc. 213.