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ar-icc

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Forms: ar-icc, -airicc, -airic, -airicc, arrecat, -arget, arecar, -airecar, aranecatar, arrecaiter, -ierichter, -arí, -airi, -airsead, arisar, aranísar, arahīssed, -airsitis, arista, aristae, -airesta, arricfam, ar(r)icfe, arricfa, araanic, -airnicc, -fairnic, -farnaic, -airnettar, -airnechtatar, -fairnechtar, arícht, -airecht, airicta, arriachta, airged, arath, -airg[f]e, fuircéba, furcéba, -fargebasu, -arnecair, arriacht, ariacht, arerāncatar, -airnecht, arrancas, airnechta, air(i)cid, aircestar, airic, ḟairig, airich, hairced, hairged, airec, airechtain

v (* air-icc-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 552 ). Sometimes with initial f in prot. forms. Indic. pres. 3 s. ar-icc, BDD² 1306 . -airicc, Wb. 9b24 . -airic, 19b2 . -airicc, Sg. 137b4 . 3 pl. arrecat, LU 1746 . -arget, LL 344d47 . Pass. sg. arecar, Sg. 59a7 . 66b16 . 137b2 . 145b3 . -airecar, 20a9 , 145b3 , 162a1 , 173b6 . Pl. aranecatar, Sg. 8a5 , 65a11 . Ml. 19d21 . arrecaiter, Hib. Min. 2.30 . ? -ierichter, IT iii 24.23 . Subj. pres. 3 s. -arí, -airi, Ml. 30d24 . ? 3 pl. -airsead (= airset), Laws iv 130.13 Comm. Pass. sg. arisar, Ml. 30d23 . aranísar, Sg. 209b13 . Subj. impf. 3 s. arahīssed, Corm. Y 825 . 3 pl. -airsitis, Vita Br. 1 . Pass. sg. arista, Sg. 184b3 . aristae, Ml. 110d6 . -airesta, Ériu ii 98 § 1 . Fut. 1 s. arricfam (aricfam, ar(r)icfe v.ll.), Fél. Dec. 30 . 3 s. arricfa, LU 7343 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. araanic, Sg. 217a4 . -airnicc, Trip.² 1257 . -fairnic, Anecd. iii 57.27 . -farnaic, SR 3736 . 3 pl. -airnettar (read -airnectar, Sarauw, Irske Studier 139 ), Ml. 108c8 . -airnechtatar (airnecht— v.l.), Trip.² 1110 . -fairnechtar, LL 276b3 . Pass. sg. arícht, Sg. 197a11 . -airecht, 198b3 . Pl. airicta, Hib. Min. 8.265 . arriachta, Auraic. 1110 .

Later forms. ? Ipv. 2 s. air .i. éirigh, O'Cl. ? 3 s. airged (= eirged, text), RC xxi 380.14 v.l. ? Subj. 3 s. arath, LL 394.56 . Fut. 2 s. (forms with -éb- are due to infl. of fut. of gaibid): -airg[f]e, TBC-LL¹ 854 ( -fuaircifesa, TBC-I¹ 354 = fuircéba, LU 4843 = furcéba, ZCP ix 129.36 , included under fo-ricc). 1 pl. -airg[f]em, TBC-LL¹ 849 (cf. -fairgēbasu, TBC-I¹ 349 . LU 4838 . -fargebasu, ZCP ix 129.30 ). Pret. and perf. 3 s. -arnecair, TBC-LL¹ 2983 . ? arriacht, RC xii 80 § 74 . ariacht, xxiv 178.7 (infl. of ar-saig?). 3 pl. arerāncatar, ZCP viii 308.34 . Pass. sg. -airnecht, Thes. ii 348.1 , SR 2705 (see GOI p. 440 ). arrancas, SR 1249 . Pl. airnechta, Hib. Min. 8.262 .

As simple vb. air(i)cid. pret. 3 s. ro aircestar , CCath. 993 . ro airic , ZCP iv 239.12 . ro ḟairig , 240.2 . ro airich , RC xii 96 § 125 . Pass. sg. ro hairced , TTr.² 368 . ro hairged , RC xii 78 § 69 .

Vn. airec, airechtain.

(a) comes upon, meets, finds: issed inso nad chumaing aranísar and `'tis this which cannot be found there', Sg. 209b13 . inmain féil . . . / i ṅairecht . . . / corpán . . . S. `in which the body of S. was found', Fél. Aug. 3 . co n-airesta ┐ co fogabtha set bethad `might be ascertained', Ériu ii 98 § 1 . ferr in cosmail caol fodae / dūs in airsed (airsidh v.l.) ecc occa in the expectation that he might meet death there(?), ZCP vii 311 § 15 . ní arnic A. a dáil A. did not keep his tryst, LU 10767 (= Ériu xii 170 , fairnicc v.l.). is hé arddaánaic acht .u. oss arránic in slóg ule díib it is he who got them except five deer which the rest of the army got, LU 4660 ( TBC-I¹ 197 ). arránic-som . . . maiss n-óir, Trip.² 1057 . arrecat abaind they meet a river, LU 1746 . Ceasair . . . cetna arriocht (.i. rainicc) Éri reached, Leb. Gab.(i) 8.3 . deda airegar ann, BB 323b33 . arrecaiter . . . da gne for suidiu, IT iii 8 § 8 . ? tenecol nach traigedhdubh / airegar i n-airegal, 89 § 110 . ind inchinnib dracon arrecar (of a precious stone), Ériu ii 116 § 46 . aranic rainn de o . . . some of it he got from . . ., ZCP ii 322.11 . fer laisi fuirecar set . . . .i. ac a nairgither, Laws v 262.23 Comm. na bésa arichta on maighister, Lism. L. 3961 . a tri on airecur tol Dé, LB 71 marg. is Dala fodessin ros airnecht dó `D. himself that discovered it for him', Dinds. 58 ( RC xv 454 ).

Perh. intrans. in: cia arránic? what has happened? LU 6363 (TBC). Note also: ni arnecair úad a rádha acht Fiach Fiach (ni tairnic les do rada acht F.F. v.l.) all he could say was F.F., TBC-LL¹ 2983 (cf. 645 , 2071 ). See cíar(r)icc.

(b) effects, contrives, brings to pass (freq. with vn. obj.): ní airic ní césad crist gl. Christus gratis mortuus est, Wb. 19b2 . ar-icc arechtain cacha himdae . . . di lind he contrives to serve each bed(?), BDD² 1306 . nuchun airrecht in druí mór nimthathand a tuarascbáil do thabairt ó sin immach, MU² 785 and n . is amlaid so arricht compert Bresi `came to pass', RC xii 60.7 . ? co n-airnecht a (om. v.l.) inndliged friss he was treated unjustly(?) (con-airicc ?), Anecd. ii 42.7 .

(c) devises; composes, invents: aire arrancas in crann ṅgúr (hypermetr.) for this the tree was devised, SR 1249 . lais cetna airnecht in sain . . ., 2705 . coimsid . . . las' n-airnecht a n-ōenach n-ān `the lord . . . by whom was established the famous Fair', Ériu xvii 38 § 8 . A.¤ Mac Coissi arainic in n-airec menman-sa, Anecd. ii 42.4 . is e Cendfaelad arainig in lebar-sa who composed this book, Auraic. 81 . Of inventing an implement: resiu arista brao `before a quern was invented', Sg. 184b3 . F. . . . cruisech la gae inhEire ise roairnecht, Rawl. 143a52 . is leis ariact carpaid cetra n-each, BB 254b13 .

(d) decides on, purposes: is i comarli arranic, LU 6143 (TBC). issi comuirle arriacht Nuadha `the decision to which N. came', RC xii 80 § 74 . conadh i comhairle arriacht lá cleirchibh Éireann, AFM ii 952.11 . conid e aireacc arrainicc leo corbmac . . . dfaoidhedh, iii 320.6 . issed tra arrícht occo and sin im dála dilgotha that was what was decided by them, LU 9783 ( RC vi 165.6 ). is ed arrícht leo Eochaid do marbad, Ériu xii 190.17 .

? carbach

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adj gnáth cend carbaig (carbaid, carpaid, cairpe, v.ll.) a caill sair `often was the bugle first sounded', Metr. Dinds. iv 148.19 . arpetend c.¤ fochruch / inninaim ba ruth dom rog, IT i 158.11 ; 'I used to entertain a shipowner (a wicked one) under affliction (below the gallows)' Études Celt. xvii 201 . See carb, corbbaid.

1 fertas

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Forms: fersat, —aid, fearsaid, fertas, fertais, feirtse, fertais, fertsi, feirsti, fersde, fertse, fertsi, feirtsi, feirstte, fertas, fersad, feirtsib, fersib, fertas, f., fersad, feartas

n ā, f. (cf. 2 fert ?) in late Mid. Ir. by metathesis also fersat, —aid ; mod. fearsaid ` spindle .' n s. fertas, LU 5250 = fertais, TBC-I¹ 773 . g s. feirtse, Laws iv 108.6 Comm. a du. eter di fertais , LU 5066 . n p. fertsi, LU 8595 . TBC-I¹ 2512 . feirsti, Mart. Don. 154.14 . fersde, TBC-I¹ 2580 . a p. fertse LU 5260 . fertsi, 5252 . feirtsi, TBC-I¹ 2506 . feirstte, ZCP x 283.21 . g p. fertas, LU 5251. 5258 . fersad, ZCP viii 539y . d p. feirtsib, Alex. 232 . fersib, TBC-I¹ 2549 . A pole or stake , esp.

(a) a shaft attached to a chariot and possibly also a spoke ; occas. translated `axle,' a rendering based on O'Mulc. 524 (cited below) and on Lat. axis in Colgan's Trias Thaum. p. 390a , corresponding to feirsti an carpait, Mart. Don. 154.14 ; but the word is pl. in the latter passage, and in the majority of exx. `fertas' is used in dual or plural of a single chariot. The word may have been used both of shaft and axletree (see PICCS XIII 281 , but chariot-pole according to Greene, The Iron Age in the Irish Sea Province 67 , and swingletree according to Sayers, Études Celt. xxi 176 ). The f.¤ could be of holly-wood : na fertse cuilinn, TBC-I¹ 784 . Cf. cuilenn ? fer for araili inn sin, ┐ feirse carpaid , Laws iv 150.2 ; of [plated with (?)] metal : co ḟeirtsib ... óir ┐ argaid, Alex. 232 . in carpat co fersib credumaib, TBC-I¹ 2549 . Cf. 2331 . a charpat ... cona ḟeirtsib findruine, RC xliii 62.25 . In the follg. exx. the word seems used of a chariot-shaft projecting either in front of the chariot or more often behind : ech ... fil do desḟertais in charpait, LU 10207 (obviously a front-shaft). The f.¤ was attached to the chariot-frame : (all that remained of a chariot :) bass dina fertsib immon creitt, TBC-LL¹ 6070 (but cf. the parallel passages : bas dona fertsaibh im in roth, H, Add. ; dorn dona fersib imon droch, TBC-I¹ 3639 ; the prep. imm may mean here `on both sides of' or `including'). fertsi crúadi colgdirgi (dist. from droch, roth, all, sithbe, cuing), LU 9261 . A person could sit on it : co n-accai ... in n-aenmnaí for fertais in charpait, TBC-LL¹ 202 (but the sense is not clear). It could be detached and used as a pole for other purposes : domroched f.¤ mo charpait co ro ḟromur in n-áth give me the shaft ... that I may test the (depth of the) ford RC xiv 422.17 . cid nach srengai feirtsi in charpait fom thaib ┐ mo ḟogaimen fom chind co rocodlaind colleic? TBC-I¹ 2506 (where the `feirtsi' and `fogaimen' seem converted into a kind of litter) = scaroidh feirstte ┐ forgeime mu charboitt fum, ZCP x 283.21 . scar dam fortcha ┐ forgemen mo charpait fóm, TBC-LL¹ 3285 . Animals could be attached to the `fertse' behind : gebis da n-ag ... ceṅglais d'fertsib ┐ d'ithisib ┐ d'iallaib in charpait, TBC-LL¹ 1324 (= cumraigis itir dia ḟeirt, TBC-I¹ 690 , see 2 fert). teilcid [in ngai] a ndiaid A. co ndechaid tresin milco[i]n bui eter da fertas in carpait, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 34.10 . Further exx. : forrurim a láim eter di fertais in carpait, co mmebaid in carbat, LU 5066 . ar samailtur nime [ = ar insamlaiter nemed, SM Facs. 5b ] fri beusa carpuit (.i. cach tuidme tuidhmes nech docum in carpait do dul ind is uad uatuasluices feirtsi in carpuit ┐ a rothae), O'D. 508 (< H 3.17, 413 ; cf. Laws iv 374.27 Comm. ). da n-impōind m'aigid ... noragdais fersde charpait triam chūlmuinēl, TBC-I¹ 2580 . rogab in cú fertais in charpait fo Ailill ... is and donáraill F. ara Aililla ... corrala a cholaind for leth ┐ co ro an a chend i fertais in charpait, IT i 106.1 ( ScM. 19 ). is mo chend-sa ... imcoicertár ... eter fertsib [ferstib v.l.] carpat, BDD 81 . cor ránic [in snechta] ... co fertsib carpat, LL 264a33 ( MU² 307 ). Acall. 3510 . gia ra-thiasmáis i ndib carptib and ... ní rossed crú nā roth nā fonnud nā f.¤ dib [lár], TBC-LL¹ 5865 . in tan romebsat da fhertais in carpait, Lism. L. 3498 = fracte sunt due rote currus V. SS. Hib. i 102.32 . brisitt feirsti an carpait do bí faoi, acus gach uair da ndaingnighthi iad an tan do teigheadh P. is in carpat do brisdis doridhisi, Mart. Don. 154.14 . The gloss : fertais carpuit quia uertitur cum rota , O'Mulc. 524 (= spoke ?) may be due to freq. association of the word with `roth,' cf. TBC-LL¹ 5865 and TBC-I¹ 3639 quoted above. Or does it imply that the word was applied to an external projection of the axle? Fig. of a hero ? f.¤ búada for a blai `chariot-pole of victory' Metr. Dinds. ii 80 (but the expression may refer to the rath of Alend, cf. Acall. 4114 quoted s.v. 2 fertas).

(b) a stick used for winding or spinning yarn, etc. a spindle: f.¤ snimae quia uertitur digitis , O'Mulc. 524 . fersad (gl. fusus), Ir. Gl. 568 . feartas n-olla (n s.) `a spindle full of woollen yarn' Laws v 214.18 Comm. ni tabair acht ... fertais, ii 378.28 Comm . damna feirtse `the makings of a spindle (of wool)' iv 108.6 Comm . damna teora fertas 116.9 Comm .

(c) of other objects : a spike projecting from a horizontal cooking-spit (?) : Fulacht na morrigna ... tricha bir do bid ass ┐ tricha drol ┐ tricha fertas ` spindles ' Celt. Rev. viii 74 = Mackinnon Cat. 133 . A rung (of a ladder) : a ḟeartais āraid (leg. feartas : cleachtus), IT iii 85 § 84 . a ḟeartais abraind, 102 § 189 ( fertas, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. i 70 ) = Bruchst.. i § 83 , 86 (where Meyer reads : a f.¤ a broinn. Used contemptuously of a person). COMPD. ¤lorg a mace, club: fertas-lorcc iaraind, TBC-LL¹ 5529 St. Cf. lorg-fertas.

1 fondad

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n In Laws apparently a cause of postponement , see ZCP xv 333 , xvi 222 : atait secht fondaid la Feine fod a sguirdais gach re (.i. fannaidit ae an firacra ..., .i. a secht fondaigis no faidi[ig]is re in comraig) `seven extensions [? hindrances, delays] which would put off every battle' Laws v 306.1 = turbaide ib. 13 Comm . .vii. fonnuide foscuirdis roi, H 3.17, c. 294 ( O'D. 387 ); quoted O'Dav. 960 : secht fonnaige ... .i. ... secht faitigthe scuiris rae in chomruicc. also glossed H 3.18, 383a : fonnaide .i. ar is fonnad laisam na fedna fofedat na rede so huile (which is very obscure). cia hairet fodosguirtis na fondad so ?, Laws v 306.6 . im-scuiche breath f.¤ (.i. fo fonndaim in ferainn), 466.15 (470.2) = inscuiche[t] bretha fondaidh .i. indscuchaid na bretha laisin fondad .i. laisin rígh, O'Dav. 974 . Cf. fonnaid .i. císs. ut est imscuiche breth fonnaid .i. is em scuichthius in brethemnus uainn tre fonnaid .i. tria chisibh, H 3.18, 638c ( O'Curry 1420 ) = ... fo ondaib .i. fo chisaib in carpaid teit uaind no ... tig oraind anosa, H 3.18 436a1 ( O'Curry 1043 ). See also 1 fonnad. The general meaning of the above passages seems to be that judgements vary according to the custom of the district.

2 fonnad

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Forms: fonnadh, fonnadh

[n o, m.] moving rapidly, quick irregular movement (?): fonnadh .i. foghluasacht no siubhal, O'Cl. eoin ... for fosnam [fonnadh v.l., cf. fonnam] immon insi, RC ix 474.4 . fonnud ferda frithalmach, LL 238a2 ( TTr. 1558 , of Hector); `king' Stokes, referring to O'Dav. 974 (see 1 fondad), but seems some characteristic of the person described, adroitness in encounter (?).

In concrete sense, a wanderer, vagrant (?): [f]o besaib mogha na fondaid raite a vagrant of the road i.e. a tramp (?) Laws iv 16.23 (`or dispossessed persons', transl.) = fonnadh, O'Dav. 969 and fonnaig raite .i. fonnad carpaid righ, O'Curry 849 (< H 3.18 p. 385b ). Perhaps same word as 1 fonnad.

sethnach

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Forms: sechnach, sethnaig, sethnecha, sethnaga, sethnach, seathnachaibh, sethnaga

n a s. sechnach, IT ii2242.15 . d s sethnaig, RC xxxvi 263 § 24 . n p. sethnecha, TBC-I¹ 3581 . a p. inna sethnaga , Thes. ii 8.38 . g p. sethnach, LU p. 124 n. a . d p. seathnachaibh, AFM v 1672.20 . According to Thurn., ZCP xii 287 , perh. a deriv. of *sethnae (see sethnu). Used of some part of the body and of the body itself the ribs (?), a thin body with visible ribs (?): inna sethnaga gl. [nodos . . . lacertorum et descriptos] toros, Thes. ii 8.38 . s.¤ tanaide todeóir a body with visible ribs, thin, miserable (?), Ériu ii 65 § 11 . mōr n-ūair dorat dia sethnaibh (? for sethnachaibh) | colt do t[h]ethraib dia tomhailt, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919, v 92 § 12 . slaide s.¤ (.i. táeb), LU p. 124 n. a . alaind s.¤ sóermilfa, 10420 . batar . . . laich luthbasaig fri tregdad sechnach saerchlanda, Alex. 478 . rob imda . . . fuaim saigte re setnaigh saerclann, CCath. 6075 . dilgud an airttrich (airdrígh, v.l.) roncredbais it ṡ.¤ hsartalach, Aisl. Tond. 106 § 6 . atnaichset na mna ar dile | sethnuch soer na hinghine (.i. corp onorach na hingeine), Leb. Gab.(i) 20.22 . dá cnocmell...corrghualand ag congmháil snadma itir a seathnach ┐ a slisgormdhóide, Caithr. Thoirdh. 104.27 . ag iomúaim a nionar...fria sethnachaibh, Hugh Roe 22.25 (fo. 6b) . gur thúrnadar brain-eóin...ar chorpaibh curadh ┐ ar sheathnacaibh saormhileadh, ML 130.18 . ba glórach...faolchoin na fiodbhaidhi for seathnachaibh saorchlann, AFM v 1672.20 . seatnach .i. corp, O'Cl. seathnach etig (.i. colond) (B. na f.), ZCP v 484 § 6 . Of an animal: con-imbert [Fergus] slait arna sednaig (of the Dond Cuailnge), TBC-I¹ 3658 . sithbi in carpaid tria sechnach (sethnu, v.l.) inn eich, IT ii2 242.15 . fail tri bolgca fora sethnaig (of a horse), RC xxxvi 263 § 24 . do comart side du ordaib iarnaigib iar femedh a gona co ngaib ┐ claidmib ar ba cruaide sechnach (of a monster), BB 496a16 . ? gel a sethna[ch] fairc fo cess | imman fethlach fithrech mairc, O'Mulc. 595 . Of a shield: sciath Conc[h]obair, cetheora benna oir fair, .iiii. sethnecha oir thairrse, TBC-I¹ 3581 (= sethrachaib, TBC-LL¹ 5983 , but sethnachaibh, H.).

síthbe

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Forms: sithbi n-anart, sibthib

n io, m. (earlier n.: n s. sithbi n-anart, SR 4284 ). By metath.: d p. sibthib, CRR 56 .

(a) a pole, shaft, rod or ridge; especially, a chariot pole: sibhe .i. slat, O'Curry 582 ( H 3.18, p. 289 ). gníthi on drumslait immach | sithbi n-anart n-ildathach, SR 4284 . carpat fidgrind . . . síthfe find forargit cret aurard drésachtach, LU 8634 ( FB 47 ). s.¤ find findairgit co fethaín findruine, 10215 (Tochm. Em.). sithbi in carpaid sechnach inn eich, IT ii2242.15 (sithue in charpuit sethnu ind eich, v.l.). tri meic Sídbi ┐ Cuingi (of three famous charioteers), LU 7595 . In a proverbial phr.: rop é in s.¤ óir dar in clar findruini síl Aeda Slani dar Bregmag, 4269 . bidh é in sithbe findbruine darsin clár ōir (of the river Boann), Anecd. ii 2.8 .

(b) a pin or brooch : sithbi isin brutt ósa brunni, LL 231a45 (TTr.).

(c) a ridge (of earth): sithbe .i. druim talman fota, Fél. 186.y , gloss on entry for Aug. 19 q.v., infra (e) (also glossed: .i. line na naem, Thr. Ir. Gl. 135 ). roinnfitir tria thomthaigi | sithbe na slébi slemun, SR 8214 . ? As n. loc.: Domhnall . . . do mharbhadh hi maidhm Sithbe lá a dherbrathair, AFM ii 894.12 (in ALC i 64.2 taken as adj. and translated `a memorable defeat', see below). for thócht sensaille co sīthfi dar a lār `a streak', MacCongl. 9.20 .

(d) by transf. a leader, a chieftain : Mochtae mór, maith sithbe, Fél. Aug. 19 . sithfi .i. taisech, ut est án cach slogh segar sithfí .i. is fir lium insaighidh do gach taoisech, O'Dav. 1485 . sithbhe .i. taisech, ut est focen mac Subaltaim sithbhe cruaidh catha, 1461 . sīthbe Cerbaill (cerbull, MS.) for a chūairt, | nībtar dermaill a dī dōit, Corm. Y 398 . ric in sithbi (.i. in toisech) sithlas mag, RC xx 144.23 = in sithbe (.i. in dúan) sitlas mag, LU 415 (ACC) (hence sithbhe .i. duan, O'Cl. ). s.¤ sigidi eich doríadat séotu, LU 9253 . for ar sithbe ba hecairc, ZCP viii 333.14 (Laud Gen.). sithbhe .i. taoiseach, O'Cl. Note also: mordehe sithbe sluagid allmure, ZCP viii 306.13 (Laud Gen., rhetoric).

(e) mistakenly taken as a compound of sith- and béo: sithbe .i. sithbeo, Lec. Gl. 135 . sithbhe .i. sithbeo .i. fota a clu, O'Dav. 1461 (gloss on: Mochta mor maith sithbhe, Fél. Aug. 19 .i. saeghal Mochta). sithbhe .i. sithbhéo .i. fod saoghail, O'Cl.

tuidme

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n [io, n.?] vn. from *to-di-men- (see Thurn. ZCP xvi 273 f. , xiii 300 ).

(a) act of fastening, fixing, binding: tuidhme .i. coimhcheangal, O'Cl. cain t.¤ (cheville), Fél. Oct. 17 . adsluindiu do th.¤ | lassin ṅAthair nemdae I invoke thy union with the heavenly Father, Ep. 355 . is cōrait ... in t-essem oc tuidmiu na cuingiu dona damaib, Corm. Y 514 = oc túidme na cuinge don chúing ele, Corm. 18 . fri tuidmi na suanemuin for fastening the ropes, SR 4278 . ? forcongair N. ... | a thuidmi ... | fri muinbi maigi Sennair, 2751 . cach t.¤ tuidhmes nech do cum in carpait do dul ind, O'D. 508 ( H 3.17, col. 413 ). ball óir itir cech da clucin díb ar na túidme fria cimais cochaill ár óin fastened to the border of the hood, LB 121b36 . re t.¤ ┐ re tendad, re seccad ┐ re siníud na snadmann, BB 242a4 . Fig. triath ... | rear cóir Cruacha do thuidhmhe who shall consolidate C., Hard. ii 286.8 .

(b) a fastening: fri immarchor curtínad | ... | co tuidmib na drumslaite with the fastenings of the ridgepole, SR 4892 = oc imorchor na cúirtíned co tuidmib na drómshlati, LB 123a37 = tuidmibdib, BB 244a1 . fiacuil .i. fia figo. ō thuidmi ... fiacail didiu bēl-t.¤ , O'Mulc. 507.

(c) act of binding, enforcing, exacting a penalty, contract, debt, etc.: a t.¤ cin chinaid (athgabáil), Laws i 90.z . im gu-tuidme `for false conviction,' v 300.23 .i. umun tuidhme ngua .i. um eiric in dearb-forgill; no um a shena in inbuid dlegar, 302.14 Comm. ni tuidhmenar cuir neime, ar innsamailter fri besa carpaid nach tuidhmed ... nach tuidhmen (sic) do nuidhmenar is tuaslucadh dho nuasluicter uadh .i. nach innsaigid innsaigheas nech cuigi, is sia sa sia uadha é, iv 374.28 Comm. t.¤ .i. indsaiged nó indscuchad, ut est na t.¤ donuidmenar is e is tuaslacadh uadha `every binding which is bound,' O'Dav. 1511. dímhe .i. t.¤, ut est dos ndime cinta cen diluth .i. curab ris (sic leg.) tuidmes tu hí re cinta na ro díladh roime, 702 . ? tuidhme ┐ conodh dethbeire bearda drochduine do fír dé, O'Curry 2617 ( Eg. 88 fo. 52 (53)d ). Cf. cach tosaich a thuigmi `to every beginning its binding,' ZCP xvii 51 § 26.