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allmuirede

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adj = allmarda: doaitne [in grīan] a sruth n-a.¤ ` trans-marine ', Ériu ii 124 § 67 .

dadaig

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adv at night . See 1 adaig. Ling. Val. Ir. Ann. p. 7 . LL 92 a 9 (dádaig). fibait i nEmain dadaig, 116 b 6 . gaibthir fledugud leu dadaig, 251 a 4 (= TBFr. 150. 4 ). 286 b 1 . 287 b 39 . TBC-LL¹ 1231 Y. doaitne...an ardmhuir thened d.¤ , Ériu ii 124. 8 . BDD § 7 (= issin aidhqui, Eg.). ZCP iii 5 ; ib. 251. 4 . RC xi 446. 66 ; 450. 127 ; xxiv 50. 5 ; xxv 38 ; ib. 30. 3 . gaibther léo iarum dadhaidh fledugud ina rígthig, ZCP iv 62. 14 . luid Achtán dadaig fochétóir hi tuaiscert nÉirenn, ZCP viii 311. 6 . arnabárach d.¤ to-morrow night LL 27 a 17 . imbárach d.¤ id. LL 250 b 19 (= TBFr. 148. 10 ). BDD § 12 Eg. RC xxii 23 n. 8 . amárach dagaid, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 40. 1 . cid bé airm a rabais amarach dagaid, RC xxiv 50 § 7 . fescur d.¤ that same night LL 170 b 32 . ansat...fescor dadaig ina tigib, ib. 152 b 47 . ( dadaid, BB 396 b 20 ). fescur d.¤ lá de at nightfall the day after Dinds. 97 . in aidchi sin dadaig that night (cf. na haidche anocht, Acall. 523 , Mod. Ir. an oidhche seo anocht) LL 251 b 25 (= TBFr. 152. 27 , cf. ZCP iv 44. 18 ). ag sibul an laei ┐ na haidhche dadaid cou medon, Ériu v 120. 19 .—Cf. daidche at night, mod. do ló is d'oidhche by day and night, and prep. de.

do-aitni

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: do-n-aitni, doaitne, doatne, doaithtne, dothaitni, taitni, tatin, doaitnet, tatnit, taitnet, aitnebha, thatnéba, do-aitnebatt, doraitni, doraittni, doraitne, doráitne, doratni, doratne, rothaitni, rothaitne, rothatni, rot(h)aitin, rothatin, doraitniset, confaittnedar, rotaitnetar, tait(h)nid, taitnem, rustaitne

v Indic. pres. 3 s. do-n-aitni, BCr. 44b2 . doaitne , SR 5105 ; Corm. s.v. samrad = doatne, Corm. Y 1154 . doaithtne, RC xxiv 60 n.3 . dothaitni, SR 183 , 240 , 249 . ris taitni , LL 120a5 . ris tatin , SCC § 33 . 3 pl. doaitnet, Ériu ii 130 . do-ait- nead .i. taitnit, BB 317b27 . tatnit, FB § 49 . taitnet, Imr. Brain 4 . Fut. 3 s. do aitnebha , Lism. L. 4017 . ni thatnéba , LU 2681 . 3 pl. do-aitnebatt, BColm. 4.12 . Pret. and perf. 3 s. doraitni, TFerbe 548 . doraittni, SR 7531 . doraitne, Trip.² 572 . PH 1151 , 3487 . doráitne, 1283 , 3391 . doratni, TTr.² 1541 . doratne, Trip.² 2314 . rothaitni, SR 4492 . rothaitne, 6509 . PH 3965 . LB 124b37 , YBL 107a15 . rothatni, CCath. 4848 . rot(h)aitin, YBL 155b33 , CCath. 1199 , 2370 , 1924 . rothatin, PH 7238 . 3 pl. doraitniset, TBC-I¹ 3125(YBL) . confaittnedar, TBC-LL¹ 5350 . rotaitnetar, CCath. 4169 . Later as simple vb. tait(h)nid. Vn. taitnem.

(a) shines, is refulgent (oft. folld. by FRI): doraithne .i. do soillsigh, ACL iii 26 . doraitne in grian (= refulsit), Lat. Lives 10 = Trip.² 572 . doaitne in grian frisin slóg, SR 5105 . crand airgit ris tatin grían, SCC § 33 . buiderad ris taitni grian, RC iii 177 . luss n-usci forsa taitni grian, BDD 86 . is é ba ferr do laech | darsa taitned gáeth is grían, Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 20 . doratne ind ḟíacail amal gréin, Trip.² 2314 . neam . . . a taitnenn esca, RC xxiv 372 . doraitne in láa iarna barach, PH 1349 . doaitnet a sūile amail chaindle teined, Ériu ii 130 . flesc Ároin . . . rothaitni fo lantorud was resplendent, SR 4492 . inis . . . imma-taitnet gabra réin round which sea-horses gleam, Imr. Brain 4 . Trans.: to-aitne iarum ialla na n-enlaithe 'then it shines upon the flocks of birds', TBith.² 183 § 66 .

(b) Hence appears, becomes visible or manifest: doraitni brōn fair, CCath. 1168 . doráitne gné báis forru they became as dead men, PH 3391 . rotaitnetar ann amastracha na con could be heard (in the wail of a Fury), CCath. 4168 . is e in fescor sin taitnes sunn which is spoken of here, PH 3541 . is é doaithtne frit anall, TFrag. 46.7 . muna thaithnet a gubreatha are evident (?), Laws ii 328 Comm. ( ZCP xiv 389 ). is o Thubal rothaitne | bunad na tri n-ard-(n)aiccme arose, originated, LL 142b7 (= BB 8a59 , Rawl. 76b34 , rustaitne, Lec. 75a34 ).

(c) pleases, is congenial to (with FRI, RE, later LE): donaitni gl. arriserit, BCr. 44b2 ( Thes. ii 30 ). rothaitne frisin Coimdid an itche sin, PH 3965 . rotaitin co mor fria Poimp int inad sin, CCath. 1199 . ní as mo thaithnes ré Dia, Parrth. Anma 312 . taiteona riot soirēidhe a slighthedh, 3b (pref.).

1 trethan

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: trethno

n o, m. (? tre + 1 tonn Ériu xx 232 , Thes. ii 352.35 ) IGT Decl. § 11 (55.8) ; but g s. na trethno , RC xi 131.60 . See Meyer Prim., Glossary .

(a) sea, partic. stormy sea, storm: treathan .i. tonn, O'Cl. treathan .i. fairrge, ib. treathan .i. ainbhthean, no gairbhthean mara no uisge, ib. treathan, Eg. Gl. 604 . t.¤ gl. gurges, Sg. 66b1 . saill tuirc trethain (.i. mara), Thr. Ir. Gl. 133.1 . tabuirt tar t.¤ , Laws v 298.11 .i. do lar na fairgi, 19 Comm. torad cach trethain, 484.1 . céssad cáin Clémentis | eter tonna trethain `among the sea's waves,' Fél. Nov. 23 . as aidbliu cech th.¤ `who is vaster than any sea,' April 22 . ata mórthruimm threthain `whose seas are great and heavy,' June 27 . t.¤ trom ainbthine, LU 8709 . rí conic trethnu torann, SR 5254 . Dauid co trethnaib tor trell, 6697 . estecht re t.¤ tuinne, Anecd. ii 24 § 9 . tríath trethain co trumma thair `a great and mighty sea in the east' (of a lake), Metr. Dinds. iii 224.23 . fo threthun in tṡaeb-chaire `beneath the whirlpool's stormy water,' iv 84.48 . doaitne ... na treathnu sroibthenedh imm na tuatha derga `illumines ... the seas of sulphurous fire,' Ériu ii 124 § 68 . ic tinol na ramadh robristea do threthan na fairrgi, Aen. 1012 . la tolgān ┐ t.¤ na ttonn, Fl. Earls 12.26 . lotar lá t.¤ an tsrotha go rangatar an mhuir `with the current of the tide,' AFM v 1862.y .

(b) Metaph. uproar, fury, thundering: t.¤ ágach (of a warrior), Sc.M² 15 . coná ro sguirsed do'n treathan, ocus do'n tarb-gleic `they did not desist from these mighty struggles,' MR 256.11 . do toirneamh a threthain `to restrain his fury,' 254.13 . co cūalatar trechan an marcaigh ar a cend, ZCP xiii 372.30 . co cluinte ... a t.¤ ┐ a tograim isin aéor úasa, RC xxvii 270.26 . ar muir ar tir mor a t.¤ , Fen. 228.23 . tanic t.¤ ┐ talam—chumscugud mor isin talmain, TTebe 2932 . gáir na mbadhbh treathan na teineadh | leathadh arm tre sgeimheal sgíath, IGT Decl. ex. 1341 . ro bātar na srāide ar comhchrithnughadh ... ō th.¤ ... na heachraidhi, Fl. Earls 186.11 . la t.¤, ┐ lá tendáldacht na teineadh, AFM vi 1964.29 . Mac Rónáin i ngleoágh ba treathan `strong in fray,' Ó Bruad. i 40.y . borb a threathan ar gach tráigh `bold on every shore was the fury,' Content. ii 1.

The follg. exx. may also belong to this word: tren for t.¤ in-Egept, SR 3644 . cetnagnim gnisset marchloc | dabach humai ... | t.¤ derb tri fer ṅdeec, 4200 . fairsing treathan a throm-shluaigh (`the tracks of his heavy host'), Content. ii 2.

Compds. ¤borb furiously fierce: ina tuinti t. `in their furious band,' Fianaig. 88.13 . ¤gáir stormy roar: treathangair adhbul ┐ tairm tonn-mar na n-uili uisci, RC xxviii 310.11 . ¤garb rough and stormy: trí tonna tul-ghorma treathan-gharbha, CRR² 88.8 . ¤gel bubbling and bright (?): do thiprait trethangil, LL 34a39 (= don tiprait tonngil, Ériu iv 100 § 36 ). ¤glas foaming and green, sea-green: immar thoirm tuinne trethan-glassi, CRR 12.18 . ingen Togach trethanglais, Ériu iv 156.26 . gusin tTeamhraigh treathain-ghlais, Feis Tighe Chonáin 1304 . ¤miscnech hateful and stormy: fregartha tenna tul-borba treathan-misgnecha na tonn, ML² 660 . ¤mór furious: sraonanna teineadh treathan-mhóire, CRR² 78.24 . i dteinidh threathan-mhóir thréanlasrach, TSh. 5740 . ¤ruad fiercely blazing: dorinde Ercuil tor treathanruagh ... teinntighi, Stair Erc. 2535 . tor tenedh trithinruaidhe, 1362 . for tuind trethanruaidh, ZCP vi 297.29 (see trichem). ¤tond: tathig trethan-tonn do dind `the sea tide,' Metr. Dinds. ii 12.42 .

See also 3 tríath.