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esert, esirt

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n m. one who neglects his holding; who fails to perform the duties connected with it (see Bürgschaft, p. 84 ); a vagrant, tramp (contrasted with coairt): esert .i. ni huisi do fert ar is do clanta fert donti bid cæm. coairt imorro coir do fert. esfert .i. can fert, O'Mulc. 438 . esert .i. ess- fo diultadh and ┐ fert; es-fert didiu ni coir fert lais, Corm. Y 506 (essirt LB). esirt .i. ni coir fert do. no eas-ard .i. ni ard, 545 . trí hoénaig eserte: célide hi tig gobann, célide hi tig ṡáir, dul do chennuch cen áirche, Triads 74 (with gl.: haonaighe n-esairte .i. eisert .i. bochtain lag, p. 37 ). tairsci tar fagh n-eserta .i. tar fich no tar tir intí eirges as a firt, O'Dav. 967 . Laws iv 126.7 . in t-eisert, 126.15 Comm. airm i mbiad da comarba treabar im easeart, cid dognitear fri heiseart ? gaibead imme co n-imcua (with gl.: airm...i mbiat da coimetaid orba trebar i ferand inti eirges as a firt, imon esert .i. ite da esert [esert ?] deirge a methus ┐ eisert tascnam methais) 128.3 (also expl. by: .i....dha treabar im edtreabar 130.12 ). in t-eisert is he a aithne; duine fand bis itir in da comorba tre na trebuiri, 130.23 . ma tainic in t-esert amuigh iarsin, tabruit a fine fearand do, 130.28 . don eisfert ib. 30 . dán ecnai dogni rig do pauper dogni coairt di eissirt, Fél. p. x 26 . doni ansruth do eisirt, Anecd. iii 20.10 . togbail eisert receiving the homeless (?) ZCP v 486 § 9 (b. na filed). ní bhi ar eaisiort co ruanaidh does not oppress the landless (?) with gl.: eisreacht [.i.] dilleachta outcast i.e. orphaned Hard. ii 304.1 .

1 trebaire

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Forms: t., trebtha, t., trebairi

n , f. (trebar). IGT Abstr. Nouns 112.

I Farming, husbandry, ploughing, tillage: is cor' thinchoisc dó co gle | ordugud na t.¤ (Michael teaching Adam husbandry), SR 1924 . in Dond Cualngi ... tamon na trebairi, IT iii 246.96 . leith fhrichnadh na t.¤ `half the amount due for the service of the husbandry,' Laws ii 392.14 Comm. na chured in talam a torad ... di cen fhrithgnam t.¤ , TTr. 7 . tri chaeca damh ... | do fhrithaileamh threbhairi `to supply the ploughing,' Leb. Cert. 102.z . gan toighthe trēnfhedha | gan tūar gan treabaire, ZCP viii 201.14 . tardsat uili miscais dia t.¤ ┐ ros-lecset a faill ar saint in chogaidh, Aen. 1763 . gan tirecor gan t.¤ , TTebe 1929 . doimh ag deunamh treabhuire, L. Cl. A. B. 170.118 . romillset t.¤ in mhaighi, AU ii 74.5 .

In the follg. exx. from Laws t.¤ may refer to actual effects such as fences, implements, buildings, etc., and is translated ` farmer's requisites,' etc.: os ma doti eiseart co treabaire leis anechtair, teid dochum a fíne, folongad co ceand mbliadna ocus ní dia treabaire forrig ina tir (ocus) is dileas do uile, iv 128.11 . madh táinic in t-eisert amúigh iar ré na fochraca, dilsi na fochreca don fíne, ocus ní dia threbuire forricc ina thir is díles dósan .i. do[n] eisfert `that part of his farm requisites which he found [finds ?] on his land belongs to him,' 134.11 Comm. mas ré caithem a feoir ocus ria trebuire dorattadh `for forming erections,' 132.20 Comm. ? mana roib treabaire inarus aici `a habitable residence,' 128.20 Comm. (gloss on muna be treabad inforais lais, 5 ).

Attrib. g s. : in t-aés t.¤ farmers, tillers of the soil , TBC-LL¹ 2420 = trebtha, LU 6251 . ? daim tarilli threuaire, Anecd. ii 59.3 . rastail troma treuairi `heavy rakes of husbandry,' TTebe 1278 . re tuathaib ... t.¤ , MR 124.11 .

II In Laws etc. a general term for security, guarantee (see Cóic Con. 71 and Bürgschaft 84 - 5 , ZCP xv 308 , 348 ) : treabhaire .i. urra, O'Cl. adgaibter t.¤ iar n-etrebaire, Laws i 254.5 . it he teora trebuire in sen nad [fh ?]ritholat comarbai dia n-ardamat aithir ocus senathair, iv 210-212 . t.¤ bliadhna a year's security, 194.9 Comm. ma gabait a fine é bud ein a t.¤ re laim `wenn seine Sippe ihn selber als Garantie für sich nimmt,' Cóic Con. 32 § 29 . dachuaidh i t.¤ dar ceann neich, O'D. 2261 ( Rawl. B 506, 21c ). in fuillem do-biad dó fora t.¤ budein no for t.¤ echtrann co cenn mbliadna on his own security, Cóic Con. 52 § 107 . t.¤ n-echtrand (g p.) `auswärtige Bürgschaften,' 49 § 94 . Attrib. g s.: int arach trebairi `die Bindung durch Sicherung,' 31 § 22. tabraid curu ┐ tenta ┐ trebairi dam-sa, CRR 16.13 . nadmand tenna ┐ t.¤ , MacCongl. 23.3 . cuir ┐ teannta ┐ treabhaire [do ghabháil] ar gach taobh, DDána 111.24 . Of a person : messi ... as chor ┐ as glinni ┐ trebairi friú (Fergus and the Gaileóin), TBC-LL¹ 443.

III Prudence, discretion, wisdom: t.¤ chollno gl. prudentia carnis, Wb. 3d30 . ar iss í ind fírth.¤ són, 5d29 . t.¤ ┐ mesraigetu, PH 4608 . tri trebairei, tri coitsecht fri forrsaidi (one of the means of getting on in the world), ZCP xii 363.33 . tuae ┐ t.¤ , xi 86 § 42 . descaid t.¤ túae, Anecd. iii 15.12 . tossach tocuid t.¤ , 16.7 . ar gaes ┐ eolas ┐ t.¤ , TBC-LL¹ p. 911 n. 3 . is he nodairlestar ar a gais ┐ ar a threbairi, Ériu iii 140.159 . t.¤ is tīr i-tāthar (.i. gliocus), ZCP vi 264 § 3 . tuir crabaidh ... ┐ t.¤ a aimsire, Gorm. 66.19 . D. ... rioghdhamhna Eireann ar cruth, ar chéill, ┐ ar threbhaire, AFM iii 82.4 .