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airnem

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n o (see Sprache xliv 42-43 ) whetstone, whetting: cotis .i. líe .i. a.¤ frisa melaiter erna , Corm. Y 326 . mar altain d'aithle a hoirnimh, Dán Dé xxv 22 . Note also: co mba sithethir remithir a.¤ n-óclaích, LU 6471 = airtimh, TBC St. 2329 (cf. airtem). airtnemh, O'Cl.

arathar

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n o, [n. ?] (4 ar)

(a) plough: a.¤ .i. ab aratró .i. ōn trebad, Corm. Y 46 . dam timchill arathair plough-ox? 209 . cecht arathair, O'Mulc. 205 . leis dorata na Gaill fon a.¤ , AU i 528.16 . fortacht co ndeithbire t(h)imceall arathair (in a list of actions for which there is no penalty), Laws v 486.22 . bla dam . . . a.¤ , iii 266.14 .i. cid fon a.¤ beit uair feidm nach a.¤ adubramar romaind, 19 Comm. cach duine dada (diatá) dam isin a.¤ at the plough, 270.5 Comm. re arathair ploughing time, O'Curry 423 (H 3.18, 231b). geim daim arathair tria aibni / tairgne tarathair atidli, IT iii 77 § 45 . cét n-a.¤ ag frithalum a tigi, Aen. 1726 . atconnarc iiii arathru anairdheas, Three Hom. 68.26 . cécht na n-a.¤ , TTr.² 1488 . a n-iarrnaigi . . . arathair, TTebe 1277 . na cethri harathair, Three Hom. 70.6 . gan a.¤, gan trealamh, MR 102.9 . ? As quasi-vn. ploughing: a.¤ in domnaigh, ACL iii 241 § 8 .

(b) ploughing equipment, wainage: cethramthu arathair lais—dam, soc, brot, cennos(e), Críth G. 95 . bí[i]t dí baí .x. leis, leth n-arathair, 158 . erna arathair, Laws v 390.23 .i. soc ┐ coltor ┐ brod, 392.10 Comm. tir da .uii. cumal aigi do thir, a.¤ co n-a fedhain techta . . . aigi a plough with its proper appliances (? team of oxen, see fedan), 32.6 Comm. a.¤ cona fedain techt[a] .i. .iiii. doim, ar is forra d'ḟacaib Patraic bendachtain, O'Curry 325 (H 3.18, 179a) = O'D. 1953 ( Add. 4783, 7d ).

(c) tillage, ploughland(?): for fairchi in arathair thís, Fél. 72.22 . ag dul d'fius a arathair, TFrag. 16.20 . dun .i. terra, a.¤ fri don, gortt for don, O'Mulc. 320 .

as-roinni

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Forms: érnaid, asroinnea, érnam, érnaide

v (* ess-ro-sní-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 634 ) Later also as simple vb. érnaid. escapes: asroinnea gl. euadi, Ml. 31a2 . gudem Críst ara nérnam, Ériu i 195.5 . térnam .i. ro ernam, Lib. Hymn. 126.z . nocon érnaba cerr ná chárnai dít asin taig hi taudchud, BDD² 547 . gidh bé contuasi fri mná / gen guassacht ní ernama, Ériu ii 229 § 5 . bid buide lais dīa n-ērnaba, MacCongl. 5.10 . ní érna acht óenchoiciur díb ass, LU 7956 . ar nír érno in tres fer do feraib hE. cen chnáim lessi . . . do brisiud, 6529 (TBC). ní mór má 'd-róinne sceóla indisen scél dena díberg[a]chaib, BDD² 1491 ( ma doerna, BDD 158 ). nach aen adroindi isin chath, TBC-I¹ 3652 . is ē ōenfer . . . adroindi drochērnam ūad-som, 1606 (adroinni drochternam LU) `who escaped [even] a bad escape', Faraday. cosna huaitib no ernatis leis, Trip.² 522 . do ernatís araile don teidm sin, ALC i 288.25 .

Vn. érnam.

Part. érnaide.

coltar

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Forms: cuiltir

n o, m. (Lat. culter, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 233 ) g s. also cuiltir. coulter of a plough: erna arathair .i. soc ┐ coltor ┐ brod, Laws v 392.11 Comm. srub cuiltir fo thuinn, 90.17 Comm. dergthair coltur . . . i tenid, LL 329a40 . ni tregdand socc na c.¤ na rámund talmain, Alex. 860 . doluid P. . . . docum cerdca do dénum coltair, RC xii 346 § 40 . fead ainm in cuiltír, BB 25b2 (choltair, v.l., ITS xxxix 1052 ). a chromchuarcholtur do lecain camaill, Ériu v 156.201 . colltar iarainn, Keat. ii 4582 . do ghéarughadh a shuic ┐ a choltair, 1 Sam. xiii 20 . coltur saille (piece of bacon in the shape of a coulter), RC xii 346 § 40 .

cúad

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n o, m. Disyll. (secondarily ?) at ZCP vii 269 cited infra. Cf. also RC ix 454 , ibid. (drinking-) vessel, cup, mug: cūad cōifid .i. fid cūa co cāe fās and, Corm. Y 338 . ? cūad a cūas i.e. uac[u]us , 353 . Corm. Tr. 45 . cuad .i. fid cua no cados graece uas uíní , O'Mulc. 249 . for cuad nusci, Vita Br. 25 . ilar na cúach, na cód cass, SR 4357 . c.¤ dá ordlach .x. di draumcu ar lemlacht, Críth G. 116 `wooden mug', Gloss. folestrai iter erna ┐ loiste[a] ┐ chóidiu, 176 . ? gérab bend buabaill bendaig / re gualaind oessa ollaig / is lór dúinne cen mendair / cúide do bendaib connaid, LB 103 marg. inf. cuadh bec craind, RC x 86.16 , 18 (ICM). inann an cuadh acon cerd ┐ an follearbh acon tsaer, O'Curry 2083 ( H 4.22, 70a ). coadh cno `mug', Lism. L. 754 . blæsca cno mor amal cóedi[u] shells of huge nuts like cups, RC ix 466.10 (ICM). lan coid dib `a cup full' (of nuts), Laws v 408.19 Comm. in coïdh (n p.: coïr), ZCP vii 269 § 7 . tricha bó . . . cona cóidib creduma `milk-pails (?)', RC xiii 40.y . ? am̄ bit in cuadh, IT iii 102 § 184 . eó an chuaigh uisge ar a n-aghaidh, Ir. Syll. Poetry 69 § 12 or to be refd. to cuäch ? Of rearing children together: rodn-alt . . . for ǽnchích ┐ for ǽnchúd (-glun, v.l.), RC ix 454.13 . ar aonglun ┐ ar aoncodh, O'Curry 2481 ( Eg. 88, 39aa ). Cf. dia mbed aonchruinn cliabh cuadh cóir comalta, Ériu xiii 16.18 . Of board and lodging: deoraid coid ┐ cearchuille (i.e. foster-children, etc.), O'Curry 359 (H. 3.18, 198). for a lepaid ┐ a codh, ┐ a cerchaill, 2531 ( Eg. 88, 44ab ). In fanciful n. pr. Cuad, Anecd. ii 55.21 v.l.

Compd. go raibh a fis agat cuich in coimpert dar chuadh-laitrigeadh do biudh ┐ do leabaidh for which rearing was provided (?), O'Curry 1890 ( 23 P 3, 22 a, b .).

Dáirine

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Forms: Dairḟine, Dáirḟiniu

pn Dárinne io, n. Tribe-name formed from Dáire with the neutral suffix -ne. Usually written Dairḟine through false association with fine. The dative Dáirḟiniu ( Expuls. 23 , Cymmr. xiii ) and passages like rí Dáirfine duind, Leb. Cert. 82. 2 f.b. are against the analysis as Dáir-ḟine, fine being a fem. stem in ( Wb. 28 a 4 ). In this connec- tion the phrase Fine Dáire, LL 14 a 33 , Cóir Anm. § 68 is of no consequence.—Also pl.: do Dairinib dó, SG 311. 44 .

I The tribe of the O hEidirsceoil and their correlatives in the southwest of the County of Cork, so called after their eponymous ancestor Dáire Doimthech. Dairfine .i. Corco Laigde .i. fine Daire Doimthig, Corm. s.v. Dairfine . Dairḟine .i. fine Dhaíre mic Dheagath. ┐ ní dílsi do chlainn Dáire mic Degad Dairḟine do rádh ríu oldás do chlainn Dáire Doimthig ar is Dairḟine aile iatsein, Cóir Anm. § 68 ; cf. Daire fine, ib. do maccaib Dímúini di Darini, Expuls. 138 . Mechon mac Dare di Darine, ib. 147 . do Darḟiniu, ib. 23 . ó Dairḟine, Leb. Cert. 60. 5 f.b. ; 64. 5 ; rí Dairḟine, ib. 68. 9 f.b. ; 74. 14 (sic leg.); 82. 2 f.b. ; rí Dairine duind, 256. 6 f.b. ba di Darfini cech la flaith, Laud 610, 95 b 1 . Lugaid mac Itha cóic ciniuda úad .i. Fine Daíre Daimthig etc. LL 14 a 33 .— Dárinne rhyming with glinne: gaid cairdine cor glinne (co nglinne BB): do ríg daigrech Dárinne (Dáirine BB) LL 150 b 38 ( SG 335. 8 ).

II Applied to the Érainn who like the Corcu Luigde were descended from Deda. Eraind .i. fir Erann...it hé Darḟine insin .i. fine Daire Doimthig meic Itha, O'Mulc. 217 . Erna ┐ Dairḟine do rád friu side ó Dare mac Dedaid ┐ ní Corco Laigde a patre Conrúi ut alii putant , Rawl. 147 b 13 .

dénid

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v (? Lat. dignare 'to deign, to deem worthy', Ériu xxvi 95 ) chooses : dénis lecca 'he chose stone slabs' Ériu xxvi 84 § 16 . ? is-pert Ēirimón frie erna tēissiuth ┐ di-gell-sidi aurd pad caīmum no peth hi n(d)Ēre no dēn(i)uth dūn doip adn 'É. said to her that she should not go and promised the hill which was most beautiful in Ireland, that she should choose a fort for them there' Celtica v 187 , Ériu xxvi 95 (cf. doberedh dí cach tulach toghadh in Eirinn, RC xv 278 § 2 (Dinds.)) . ? bríg na dénur, LL i 4906 .

do-érni

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Forms: doérnai, doérnói, ternó-, térnam, ta-érna, ternóidhthear

v (* to-ess-ro-snī-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 635 ), pret. 3 s. doérnai, doérnói. Later treated as a simple vb. with stem terná- or ternó-, mod. téarnuigh-; IGT Verbs § 11 . Vn. térnam.

(a) gets away, escapes: marbthair rí Lagen sin cath, | ┐ térnaid rí Temrach, LL 299a38 . meinic térnus . . . sochaide dá mbí i ngábod, SG 345 . ternóidhit tar aiss ōn Eigipt, Fl. Earls 112 . da ternar . . . asin cath if I escape, CCath. 4046 . guidim-se . . . co rotherna indiu Molling, | ní thaeth do rinn ná d'faebur, SG 388 . ternam uile (.i. roérnam) may we all escape, Thes. ii 349.100 (Hy. v). ternam a baes let us escape from folly, Ériu ii 66 . ar nach omon risam tisam ternamar, ZCP x 345 = Rawl. 106b41 . ní gonad C. nech ar a térnád from whom he escaped, TBC-LL¹ 2413 . do-érnaba fessin, BDD § 102 g . = ta-érna (fut. 2 s.), BDD² 728 . toernae . . . assin orguin, BDD § 80 . piana . . . o nach ternaife tré bíthe, Aisl. Tond. xiii 3 . ternaife-sa féin ┐ térnaifeat do géill, Lism. L. 310 ; Lat. Lives 63 . is æn do cétaib nama do neoch dib doernaba, LB 242b86 . gid bed uaind ternabus asin comrug, Aen. 3122 . ní thernábad nech uad, TTr.² 1171 . dobérab scandir for in sluagh conná ternáifed béo dib uad, 1173 . ba dóigh lais nach tternaifedh gan troid ón dá tíghearna, AFM v 1570 . eirg, a mic . . . for muncind mara | cain ternais thou hast got safely through, ML 162 . ar aba écca an aoinfhir sin daérna uadhaibh, AFM vi 2298 . co napatar . . . cenmotha deichneabhar doérná, Leb. Gab.(i) 208 . amail sóersai Samsón | térnae (ternai, terno, terna, v.l.) assin chathir who escaped, Fél. Ep. 544 . térnai Dair iarna guin, Alex. 278 . térnai do rind gái, TTr.² 159 . muir nemthonnach . . . nach n-ethar rotnánic nocho ternoi ass, Ériu ii 112 . bertaigis forro, connā terna (ternó, LU) ní dona cóic gaiscedaib dēc, TBC-I¹ 556 . conna terno nech dia muinter, 2896 . ionnus nach teurnó do chlannaibh N. acht lucht aon-bháirce, Keat. i 184 . ni ḟeadamair-ni an terna ass nō nach dterno, MR 276 . in ternam terna Ionas fáid the escape which I had, PH 3432 . térna tuath Dé dá tír, Todd Nenn. 230 ( LL 134a2 ). ni therna don tromdígail . . . óen fer dona mórslúagaib, SR 5070 . ni terna cidh sciula orcne ass, Corm. Y 323 . ni terna dib acht lucht aen-ethair, AU 755 . terna Daniel o na leomnaib, Rawl. 74a17 . amail ternais D. asan cuithe leoman, Grail 2377 . a ndoernáttar ass, Hugh Roe 318 . ni slán térnatar they did not escape unhurt, TFerbe 429 . is cuntabair[t] in térnatar na oegaire, LL 283a2 . ternatar slán i tír, BColm. 94 . doérnaisiot la luas a n-ech, AFM vi 1976 . do ernaidhset, Leb. Gab.(i) 218 . Pass. (impers.) ní ternóidhthear beo on beim sin, CF 768 . mad coscrach cathbuadach thérnáidhter de, TTr.² 104 . Of passing out of one state into another: focherd in laech síde lossa ┐ lubi íci . . . i n-ilgonaib Conculaind, co ternó Cúch. ina chotlud, TBC-I¹ 1827 LU = co terno, TBC-LL¹ 2480 (hence tearnódh .i. thuitim: go tternó ina chodladh .i. gur thuit na codladh, O'Cl. ). Esp. of recovery from illness, etc.: dogní ernaighthi lais ┐ térnaidh fo céttóir, Moling § 61 . drong eile ternus ┐ drong eile geibh bas, 3 C 19, 19b19 . is luath bid ar meisce ┐ is luath ternaighit re, O'Gr. Cat. 216 . cia notherna do nach galar, Laws i 280 Comm. fios do bheth agad an tternochaidh fer na tissise, 24 P 3, 222.20 . na fiabrais o ternuighter nó ina bhfaghthar bas, 162.2 .

(b) goes away, vanishes, disappears: téarna mo lúth a's mo neart have failed, Oss. vi 152 . do thearnóig fuil mo mheair, CF 138 Eg. gidh int-én la ar aba úi Chuinn | fada go dtérná thoruinn even a single day . . . passed slowly by, O'Gr. Cat. 453 . is cosmhuil mo laethe re scáile noch théarnuighios, Psalms cii 11 . gnáthugud Fursu . . . tri mírenna sáille do ithe co rothérnad gail na piasta, Fél. p. 44 (`that he might abate', as if from do-airindi). an tráth do théarnaigh Donnchadh departed (this life), O'Gr. Cat. 596 . nechtar no ternoithe ar tús whichever should die first, Lism. L. xi 8 = dig, LL 278a42 .

(c) Various exx. With transference of meaning to an obj. following: minic téarnó teach nimhe | neach le héan-ló aithrighe has often escaped [and got to] heaven, A. Ó Dálaigh li 5 . gréagach an glé-ghille . . . do théarnuigh ó éacht ḟuirinn Áine i gcairt `who sprang from', Ó Bruad. ii 156 .

2 do-tuit

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Forms: díthim

v (* dí-tuit-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 657 ) lapses, becomes forfeit: cuin dituitt (dotuit, v.l.) a gell ?, Críth G. 289 . ni agarur nach cintuch acht doroith logh fiach adroillitur, Laws ii 14 , quoted by O'Dav. 1382 (doroth) with gl.: acht co tarraighther no co rotuiti o inbleogain loighidecht na fiach provided that . . . is got from or has become forfeit on the part of a kinsman surety. mani deroth, cia doroth (.i. mani dearb-tuitea se ón ti d'a tugadh e cia tuitidh . . .), Laws v 378 (cf. O'Dav. 1391 ). cia deroth (.i. cia toitid se), 384 . mani dearad .i. manar tuit, 380 . ma diroth here a dithme, ZCP xiii 23.33 when the period before forfeiture has elapsed (Thurn., Bürgschaft 12 § 38 ). mase in fer ar ndithet athgabail a cinaid a cheile in whose case a distress becomes forfeit, Laws ii 126 Comm. dosli lān lōg for fer darsan ndithat cenn (.i. dara tuitend cend) whose pledge becomes forfeit, v 398 = dara dithat cenn, 400 = lasan ndithat a ngell, ib. triar . . . nad ailet fuillem . . . cipe frisan nderoth cia ro briathar acht aithgin (.i. tar a toited cend), 420 . erna arathir, cipe dara ndertaiset cenn ailid aithgin, 390 . secht ngealla . . . na tuillet aithgin . . . for nech tar a n-eraisit (ndertosat, dertaiseat, v.ll.) cend seven kinds of pledge which do not make liable for restitution him on whose behalf they have become forfeit, 186.3 . cia darotsat dar cenn neich ni ailet acht set i mmuin cach ae besid fiu, 406.14 . Cul Cruithnechta i ngell deich cumal dorrochair, 'for a pledge of ten cumals Cul Cruithnechta had become forfeit' Anecd. iii 62.14 , PMLA lxii 904 .

Note also: ni dithat na dethberi, O'Curry 2716 ( Eg. 88, 60 (61)d ) = isna hathgabalaib ni ditait na dethbiri .i. turbuidh eisidhe táinic i naimsir dithma, Laws ii 116.7 (leg. díthtat ?).

Vn. díthim.

erna

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x see íarn.

folestar

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Forms: folestrai

n o, n. (cf. lestar) a small vessel: pl. folestrai, itir erna ┐ loiste ┐ choidíu ` minor vessels ' Laws iv 310.9 ( Críth G. 175 ).

íarn

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Forms: iarn, ïarn, íarn, íarann, īarnn, híairn, iairn, iarn, eirnd, iurn, iurn, iarnd, erna, herna, iarna, íarnda, iarnu, n-íarnd, t-iaronn, híarann, iarind, d'iarund, iarand, iaronn, íarann, iearnn, iarnn, ioarn, Iarnnboidbh, Iarunngléo

n o, m. Earlier n.: iarn nderg, Anecd. ii 58.13 . Orig. ïarn, later íarn, monosyllabic, and íarann. n s. īarnn, Corm. Y 739. g s. iairn (disyll), LL i 4984 . híairn, Thes. ii 249.6 . iairn, TBC-LL¹ 4245. BDD² 532. IGT Decl. ex. 373. iarn, AU i 492.20 . Rawl. 117c49 . eirnd, O'Mulc. 420. iairnd, LU 7744 . d s. asind iurn , LB 236b48 . o iurn , PH 1276. ó iarnd , PH 2024. a p. erna , Laws v 390.23 . fri herna , Críth G. 191. iarna, LL 15a26 . na íarnda (v.l. iarnu), Trip.² 2594. g p. ar n-íarnd , 2592 . Also n s. in t-iaronn , Laws i 140.22 Comm. a s. le híarann nderg, Maund. § 158. g s. iarind, LU 8655 (FB). íaraind, LU 1444 . d s. d'iarund, Laws v 16.z Comm. do iarand , Acall. 1718 n . ar an earand, Celtica ii 70.24 . g p. iaronn, Lat. Lives 57.6 . See IGT Decl. 54.9 : íarann iearnn (v.ll. iarnn ioarn). See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 119 ff .

I iron: i.¤ nderg n-ernbasach, Anecd. ii 58.13 . huma no iarann, Laws v 384.3 . seichida ocus iarann ocus saland, iii 426.23 Comm. īarnn .i. iarth i[n] nortmanica ling[u]a , Corm. Y 739. ara se[c]dacht amal iarunn `on account of its hardness like iron,' Auraic. 1314. co sústaib iarind, LU 8655. co feithnib iairn with bands of iron, BDD² 532. cēin mbis iarnd i tinid, O'Mulc. 475. a ḟuathbróic ... do iurn athlegtha, TBC-LL¹ 3729. as bhar ngeimlechaib ... glas-iaraind, MR 178.4 . méin iairn iron ore, ZCP xi 85 § 39b . na saergeimlech sen-iaraind `noble fetters of old iron,' MR 178.1 . amal bid iarnn derg candens ferrum, Lat. Lives 96.1 . comrair luadi chumdachtu o iurn, PH 1276. ni ro-helned ó iarnd `was unstained by iron,' 2024 . a mbeirt fhúarfhoirfe iairn `in a chilly suit of complete steel,' Studies 1921, 418 § 8 . ar Sléib an Iairn, IGT Decl. ex. 424.

II

(a) a weapon or implement of iron: nis gaibtís acht iarna nemide, LL 15a26 . ar fuilib híairn `against bleedings caused by iron,' Thes. ii 249.6 . iurnn imfaebair .i. ... in t-iarunn ara mbi in dá faebhar, O'Dav. 1135. áilgius imberta a n-iaraind `the craving to wield their weapons,' CCath. 621. aithigud ar n-iaronn `ferramenta acuere,' Lat. Lives 57.6 . dod laim na do iarund with a weapon, Aen. 1268. bla iarand airlech .i. slan don ti berius in tiarunn d'airlech na marti `the exemption as regards iron in slaughtering,' Laws iii 286.5 - 6 . bendachais Pátraic na íarnda comdar soimmbertu de, Trip.² 2594. i.¤ cach gníma, Críth G. 405. erna arathair ocus erna trebtha, Laws v 390.23 . benaid an t-iarand asan crand `take the coulter out of the beam,' BCC 62.32 . ní bentar an t-iarann air | don chrann re headh an earraigh, L. Cl. A. B., 106.145 . iarann bhar n-each, DDána 68 § 20. níor barradh faoi ar iarnaibh each `steeds have not been shod,' TD 17 § 64. do bhádhas ceangailte, ní lé hiarann comhaightheach `ligatus sum non ferro alieno,' TSh. 7538. the iron blade of a weapon: cnarr .i. ga ... da dornn .x. etar a hiarann ┐ ... a hurlann, O'Dav. 495. i.¤ na scene `the blade of the knife,' Laws i 132.23 Comm.

(b) armour: Gaill ... etir i.¤ ┐ cen i.¤ , AU ii 230.17 .

Compds. ¤bás death caused by a weapon of iron: ar cech nernbās (.i. ar cech niarnbas) `against every iron-death,' Thes. ii 352.4 . See ernbas and ernbasach. ¤blaith of smooth iron: ro imreadar ... na cloidme iarannblaithi, CF 628. ro nochtadar ... a cloidhme altgorma iarannblaithi, 880 . ¤bodb npr. m. loscoth Iarnnboidbh mic Gartnaith, AU i 106.6 . ¤chrúaid iron-hard: la Heochaid n-iūil, n-iarann-chrūaidh, ITS xli 2044 . ¤gait robbery with violence?: luid Odras 'na hiarn-gait (v.l. hiarnaidh, hiarraidh) `Odras came to despoil her by arms,' Metr. Dinds. iv 198.37 . ¤gléo npr. m.: Iarunngléo Fáthach, Cóir Anm. § 95. Iaraindgleo du gabail rige, Todd Lect. iii 300.28 . ¤gua : noī mīss cen iarngua ro-reth | a hiarmhua Labusardech 'for nine months without stern falsehood ran his grandson Labosordacus' Études Celt. vii 24.295 . ¤lestar an iron vessel: tucad chucu a n-ena ┐ a ndabcha ┐ a n-iarnlestair, TBC-LL¹ 64. sleagh ┐ cloidem ┐ iarnleastar, Acall. 3543.

lestrae

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n , f. (lestar)

. In collective sense.

(a) vessels for holding liquids : roth cruind forsa ndenat na cerda in (sic MS.) lestrai, Ml. 18b4 . sechit hǽ lestrai aili gl. quaeque (exauriri a bibentibus moris est), 101d4 . ni segda dúnn namma na fil l.¤ linn, Irish Texts i 7.19 . oen ían bai do lestrai (sic leg.) isin tig, ibid. ná[d] té(i)t tír ná humachaire ind acht lestra[i] lóge bó vessels worth a cow, Críth G. 364 . tinchur coir iter erna ┐ lestrai, 141 . escrai, coiri cona lánlestrai thige airech, 338 . intreb tige caich di lestrai, Laws v 390.x . somuine lesstra, O'Curry 884 ( H 3.18, 395b ).

(b) beehives, apiary : ailid cocrann forsin lestrai n-aile, Laws iv 178.11 , .i. . . . forna leastraib uile .i. forna ceascaib, 23 - 4 Comm . cip lestra dia thoth dib, ibid.

(c) ships, boats : saer lerlong ┐ baircc ┐ curach ┐ lestra, Laws v 104.1 (but glossed: .i. na craindlestra .i. iana ┐ dromlacha ┐ dabca, 5 Comm .)

? ar itā la cluicher ngaise insen dī lestri, ZCP viii 310.23 (Laud Gen.).

losat

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Forms: losad

n ā, f. losad, IGT Decl. § 54.

(a) kneading-trough: losad gl. trolla, Ir. Gl. 42 . trulla .i. lossat, Corm. Y 1249 . lethech . . . ainm . . . do losait arindī lethait[h]ir bairgin fuirre, Corm. Y 825 . cia beith a lin na n-oged ni dechas for losait doib fria aidche (i.e. the supply of bread never failed), Irish Texts i 3 § 7. Freq. in law-texts in lists of household goods: folestrai iter erna ┐ loiste[a] ┐ chóidiu, Críth G. 176. tincur tigi caich . . . aiel ┐ caire, l.¤ ┐ criathar, Laws i 122.13 . losad, criathar, ceartfhuine, iv 8.23 (cf. O'Dav. 526 ). ni bi i mbantellach acht . . . l.¤ ┐ criathar, Laws i 148.1 . bro ┐ losut ┐ criathrud [do munudh] dia n-ingeanuibh (of the instruction suitable for the daughters of an `ócaire'), ii 152.11 Comm . ní eter lic ┐ lossait no o thenid co fraig . . . rom altsa (i.e. I was brought up among nobles—not among serfs), LU 10280 . doberat a mnaa saera ar brontib ┐ lostib, TBC-LL¹ 1759 (loisdib, v.l.). be luirge . . . be loisde, O'D. 2228 ( Nero A vii, 153b ). dá loistibh fuinte, Exodus xii 34. Fig. to represent household in the levying of tribute: do bátar fir Tethba i ngéillsine mhóir dhó .i. . . . bairgen cacha loisdi ┐ screapall gacha caithreach for every household . . . for every adult, SG i 87 .x . cain cacha leicci ┐ cacha loisdi ┐ screball cacha duine, Irish Texts iii 8 § 21 . cíos ar an losait, ┐ cíos ar an mbróin, Atlantis iv 160.20 .

(b) Fig. losad . . . `table spread with food', O'Don. Suppl. mairc dec[h]ras don domun dīan / . . . / a [ḟ]leda, a loste lāna, ZCP vii 498.10 . dochiu oidhche i mbrugh í Bhreasail / lucht uim losaid, Ó Bruad. ii 56.6 .

1 saer

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Forms: soer, soiraib, sóer, soiriu, soer, saer, sóermug, sóirmug

adj o, ā, Freq. as subst. Perh. disyllabic in Blathm. 629, cf. 37 .

(a) free; freeman (opp. to mug, daer). In O.Ir. usually glossing Lat. liber: soer, Ml. 47d3 . soiraib, 24a7b . sóer, Sg. 97b2 . Adv. int soer gl. libere, Ml. 31b18 . int soir, 95c6 . Compar. soiriu gl. liberior, Ml. 132b5 . in soer gl. ingenuum, Sg. 97b3 . neach saer gl. liber, Ir. Gl. 379 . saer, gl. libertus, 409 . ban-shaer (sic MS.), gl. libertabus, 292 . cenutad suír though ye are free, Wb. 4a10 (see Ériu v 112 ). eter sóir et dóir eter mug et coimdid, 27c15 . soer in cimid, ba huasal in mog-sa .i. Ísu, PH 3303 . bé sóir cech inbaid | lam' nóib, Hy. iv 8 (`I shall be safe', Thes. ii 326 ). With follg. prep. s.¤ ar, for independent (of), not bound (by): is s.¤ e ar a cinaid he is free from responsibility for damage done by them (of cows), Laws v 154.15 Comm . i[s] s.¤ iat ar cinaid a mbid `exempt from the liability of (supplying) food', iii 112.18 Comm . Cf. is s.¤ doib gan athgabail dibh im chinaid n-inblegain `free from being distrained for the liability of a kinsman', v 96.15 Comm . nách s.¤ lucht estechta in athimraid for in comarli-si that those who listen to the slander are not exempt from this injunction, PH 7689 . cia an ríogh-phort . . . | do bhí saor ar rígh Éireann independent of, Content. vi 53 . s.¤ ó free from: cúigeadh saor ód ríoghraidh thuaidh, Content. v 68 . ann sin bhías tusa sáor óm' mhionnuibhsi `clear from this my oath', Gen. xxiv 8 . ná bíodh súil . . . ré dhol saor uaidh to escape from it (i.e. death), TSh. 1050 . bid suír Irmumu ō togai[l] cipē rí bes hi Caisiul di chlaind Ōengusa, ZCP viii 315.27 . toil shaor `free-will', Donlevy 210.23 .

(b) free, enfranchised , hence in Laws of an enfranchised person possessing legal status and a corresponding lóg-enech or eneclann; for various classes of whom see the Uraicecht Becc, Laws v 1 ff . See also below under compds. saor ┐ daor, Laws i 40.11 , glossed saor .i. grad flatha, 42.2 Comm . Such `free' classes might be subdivided into those of higher and lower status, e.g. the class `nemeth' (person of free status) included saer- and daer-nemeth: atat do neimid docuisin for talmain .i. saeirnemead ┐ daerneimead. Ite saernemead filead (= filet) and .i. ecalsi, flatha, filidh, feine. Daerneimead imorro aes gacha dana olchena, Laws v 14.1ff. A `daer-' person might become `saer' by virtue of property or calling and vice versa a `saer-' might forfeit his status: i[s] saer cid cach creanus a suiri dia dan, v 14.28 , with comm.: is saer in cach cen[daig]us dan do da saerad no cendaigis saeiri do dun dan bis aige, amail ata gaba, 14.29 , i.e. who attains status by acquiring or practising a craft. saer cach o mainib, daer cach o mbelaib, v 18.12 , i.e. a man was s.¤ in virtue of his possession but might become `daer' by contracting as daercheile under a lord. The distinction may orig. have been racial, certain ruling tribes being s.¤, the inferior ones `daer'. tri cenela saera randsat in indsi so, Laws i 78.12 . itir na saerchlannaib .i. Ulaidh ┐ Feni Temrach ┐ Erna Dedaid; no Ulaidh ┐ Gaileoin ┐ Erna , 80.2 Comm . See also Celtic Ireland p. 58 .

(c) hence of belonging to upper or privileged classes, noble, orig. of birth or status, then in wider sense of the word: saor .i. uasal, O'Cl. is sóir a n-apstalact gl. qui sunt nubiles (= nobiles) in apostolís, Wb. 7b13 . Compar. is sairiu doib fognam dona ballaib ailib `it is nobler for them', Wb. 12b2 . is soiriu indate idail `nobler', Ml. 138c4 . dindí . . . nad soiriu cach, Sg. 161b10 . cid airechdu ┐ cid soiriu á c[h]enél, Ml. 115d8 . ateoch in ríg sóer suthain, Hy. vi 25 . cona chléir shóir shrúamaig, Fél. Dec. 7 . sab sóer suidi Phetair, Apr. 12 . co ṅardrígaib sóeraib, Ep. 286 . móethoclaech sáer sonairt, LU 3455 ( SCC 23 ). co saer-Nin, MacCarthy 316 § 6 . na seisc ind alaid ┐ na s.¤ na braiti what is free-born (noble) of the captive women, TBC-LL¹ 1754 = inas s.¤ na broidi, v.l. (H. 2.17) = (superl.) ambad soírem na mban, LU 5607 = TBC-I¹ 1127 (sāiream). Síol Mu-áin . . . | saoire ná síol cruithneachta, DDána 71.21 . As subst. gonaid sóeru | saigid oirgniu, LU 3389 ( SCC 17 ). fadarc súla sáir, TBC-LL¹ 4075 . mairc do dichenn an s.¤ seng, Irish Texts ii 12 § 18 . mor s.¤ ┐ ndaer, Stair Erc. 442 . do bhí saoir fá a stíoróip gentlemen, persons of position , Keat. Poems 923 . Adv. saor do-roighneadh duine dhíod, Aithd. D. 70.15 .

(d) of things: tír sorcha sáer, LU 3741 ( SCC 34 ). imdenam súla saire, LU 3820 ( SCC 37 ). fíon saor, Aithd. D. 65.5 . biadha saora sochaithmhe, PCT 224 . isna secht n-eladhnaibh . . . saera in the seven liberal arts, Stair Erc. 970 .

(e) free, ready, skilled (in performing someth.): nitat soír huili oc tintuúth a bélru `all are not skilled', Wb. 12b23 . Cf. sóer gl. diligens (interpres), Ml. 145c12 . sáer oc suidigud sillab, Sg. 7b11 (`an artist', Thes.). See 2 saer.

(f) in Class. Mod.Ir. easily obtained, gratis : saor a-bhos bláth na faighthe, DDána 7.6 . íoc a chneadh más é do b'ál | ní dhíol mé ar a meas go saor, Aithd. D. 86.9 . saor an snaidhm fa dheireadh dhó ibh easily loosed, DDána 34.18 .

Compds.

(a) with legal terms (see also under second element): ¤bard: na saer-baird, Laws v 388.13 Comm . ocht soerbaird ┐ ocht ndóerbaird, IT iii 5.6 . ¤bothach, Laws ii 288.24 Comm . Cóic Con. 76 - 7 . ¤chéile: is sóirchele do dia gl. libertus, Wb. 10a23 . a saerceili ┐ a daerceili, Laws i 40.27 Comm . a sóerchéli, Críth G. 323 . See Críth G. p. 107 , Ir. Recht 19 , Stud. Hib. xxxiv 25-26 etc. ¤chenél: itir saercenelaib ┐ daercenel, Laws iii 30.4 . ¤chorach capable of contracting independently: cach sochonn sóer-chorach, Contract Law 158 § 27 . ¤chúairt: saorcuairt Uladh do thabhairt d'Fhergus `the free circuit of Ulster', ITS v 190.2 . ? ¤ḟairgse: mada feallasdar saerfairgse (sic leg.?), Laws v 442.20 . ¤ḟlaith: cor ceile tsaor-fhlatha, Laws v 356.6 . ¤ḟuidir, Laws v 262.16 Comm . saer-fuidir fri re ndeisi, 512.11 Comm . See Cóic Con. 76 - 7 , Ir. Recht 75 f . ¤gíall: daérghialla . . . sáerghialla, Cóir Anm. 144 . ¤gíallna(e): techta saer-giallna, Laws v 358.2 . ¤manach: gidh s. gidh daermanach, Ir. Recht 26.12 . cethraimthe (sic leg.) a chodach (sic leg.) o sh. eagalsa d'eaglais, Laws iv 196.26 Comm . ¤mug: sóermug gl. libertus, Sg. 37a4 . sóirmug gl. libertus, Wb. 10a23 . ¤murchuirthe: saer murchure, Laws v 184.12 Comm . ¤nemed: saeir-nemead ┐ daer-neimeadh, Laws v 14.1 . ¤rath: céili coímthechta[e] lais i sóerrathaib ríg, Críth G. 406 (see p. 107 ). cain saerraith `law relating to free tenants', Laws i 40.22 . gin daorrath . . . gin saorrath do gabhail o flaith budéin, O'D. 571 ( H 3.17 , 442 ). do flaith tsaerraith, 515 ( 418 ). saorraith .i. cin giallna fria laimh . . ., ZCP xvi 211.8 . ¤thellach: tocombachtuib sealb saerteallaigh, Laws iv 2.1 . Note also: an tsaoir-breith `absolution', Donlevy 292.x . saoir-bhreitheamhnas, 15 .

(b) in general sense of free, noble (in poetry often merely for alliteration): ¤blíadain: iar secht saerbliadhnaib, MacCarthy 414 § 2 . ¤búaid: fri saerbuáid sain, SR 7233 . ¤chaindel: sóerchaindlea cech laithi (of persons), Fél. Prol. 288 . ¤chenél: co ndeilb ┐ écosc ┐ sóerchenel noble extraction, LU 3909 ( SCC 42 ). ¤chetul: a sóerchetul ṁbúansa `noble continuous song', Fél. Ep. 158 . ¤chlann noble family : sáorchlann, IGT Decl. § 12 (62.8) . cech sōerchland cinges talmain, Cáin Ad. 26 . menmanna na saerclann `nobles', CCath. 2735 . ? tar na saorchlannadhaibh, DDána 89.16 . Of an individual: oirdeochad duid a ndlighe | riom, a shaorchlann Shúilighe 'I will assign to you what you are entitled to from me, o noble scion of the river Swilly', Ériu lxiv 164 § 1.12​ . Hua Cerbaill, soerchland Muman, do marbad 'Ua Cerbaill, nobleman of Mumu, was slain', AI 210 (s.a. 1046.4)​ . ¤chlanndacht noble birth : ar a shocenelaige ┐ ar a saerclanndacht tar cach, BCC 56.31 . ¤chnú: trí saorchna a haonchrobhuing (the Trinity), Aithd. D. 58.27 . ¤elada: lucht . . . saerealadhan `philosophers', CCath. 5080 . ¤fher: s. cluiche Fhiann Eirenn, Acall. 6589 . saoirfhear a nobleman, Hackett xliv 35 . ¤macánacht: sóermacanacht Túaithe dé Danann, Acall. 7038 = saer-mhacámdacht `chief command of . . . young men', SG 200.18 . Cf. saormacantacht Éreann `free nobility', ITS v 24.16 . ¤maccaem: trí sáermaccáemi Túathi Dé Danann, MU² 574 . Mac L. . . . sóermaccáem Fhiann Eirenn, Acall. 6585 . ¤rolla noble roll : dá sháimhfhine féin is saerrulla an séimhidhe, L. Cl. A. B. 146.10 . ¤shlóg: fri sretha soerslóg, SR 6986 .

(c) with vnn. (cf. sír-?): ar ghráidh saoirleanta a seanchais `following up impartially (?)', Content. xxix 19 . acht a shaorrádh muin ar mhuin | ní fhuil acht aon-dán agaibh, x 29 . ic á sefnad ┐ ic á saer-shéinm, Acall. 7448 . rodbi slan saertoimilt caich dia railiu (of a married couple separating), Laws ii 388.14 . With part.: mac saerleicthi `emancipated son', Laws i 52.30 Comm . , cf. 90.15 . don mac bis ar fannel(o) o nathair gin a gaire do denam .i. an mac saorleigi, ii 24.6 Comm . See ZCP xv 312 - 13 .

(d) with adjj.: la S. sairdron, SR 802 . la I. saergrinn, 2863 . Freq. with adjj. derived from nouns: ¤brethach of noble judgements : do fhréimh shaoirbhreathaigh Sh., TD 26.18 . ¤chlannda of noble birth : inghen tsaorchlanda (: chaorphlanda), Irish Texts ii 107 § 26 . Nia Corb saorchlannda, TD 32.28 . fan laogh síthe saorchlannda, DDána 80.28 . oighre saer-clannda S., BNnÉ 198.13 . As subst.: saorclanda d'Eoganacht a noble of the E., TFrag. 208.14 . ¤threbraid nobly woven : go slait saoirthreabhraigh sróill nduinn, L. Cl. A. B. 99.171 .

suithchernda

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Forms: suithcherna

adj io, iā (suithchern) lordly, bounteous, generous (the spelling suithcherna may in some cases represent a compd. so+tigerna bountiful lord, etc.): bendacht forsin ríg soicherni dorat, ól Pátraic, Trip.² 1373 . sūi slān sothchernda sochlach, Bruchst. i 48 § 106 . ropdar srotha sidhemhla soinmecha soithc[h]erna roraidhsit (of speech), Anecd. ii 72.11 . ba fīal Cacht mac Ilguine | ba suithc[h]erna fria guide he was liberal when petitioned, ZCP viii 217 § 6 . is slabra nach suithchernai in sin that is the cattle of some generous lord, BDD² 468 (see Gloss.). so[th]cherna cech suaibsech (sochearnach, v.l.), Tec. Corm. § 13.32 . an saoi soicherna (no ba sochla) fordharc, TFrag. 220.4 .

temair

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Forms: Temro, Temrae, Temair, Teamhair

n i, later k, f. g s. Temro, Thes. ii 263.31 . Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 16 § 1 . Temrae, BColm. 72.11 . ? Temair, Metr. Dinds. i 46.1 . IGT § 151 . Latinized Temoria, Thes. ii 259.3 .

(a) any high place, eminence, hill ; in some of these exx. we have to do with a metaphorical use of the placename (e.g. t.¤ feda), EIF 382, 654 , The Kingship and Landscape of Tara 427 : grec rotruaillned and téomora (? Θεώρημα, Θεωρέω, τιμωρέω, , CMCS xv 15 n. 68 ) i.e. conspicio. t.¤ din cach loch (locc, Y) ba hurgna decsin iter mhag ┐ tech ut diciter t.¤ na duath .i. grianan no tulach. t.¤ in tige .i. grianan, Corm. 42 . a verbo Greco temoro .i. conspicio. úair is t.¤ ainm do cech inad asnid soirb fegad radairc. unde dicitur t.¤ na tuathe t.¤ in tige, LL 159a9 . t.¤ cech n-ard cech n-irgna | ... | t.¤ cech mbennach mbirda | acht mad Emain, Metr. Dinds. i 10.65 . omnis locus conspicuus et emineus sive in campo sive in domo sive in quocumque loco sit, vocabulo quod dicitur t.¤ nominari potest ... ut dicitur t.¤ na tuaithi et in toighi ..., RC xv 278 § 4 . doglinn glasaib temrach .i. tinóltar é a glaisinib na tulach, t.¤ tulach da reir sin, O'Dav. 616. for t.¤ ┐ dingna na cathrach, TTr.² 205 . ? dianforba t.¤ telchaind, IT iii 17.15 . in t.¤ feda, crann is áirde bís isin fídh eside, H 5.15, 28a ( O'D. 1676 ). temhair .i. gruaidh, ut est niam temra rosa .i. is í t.¤ th'aighthi do gruaidh, O'Dav. 1546. Cf. Ériu xiii 14.13 . ? To this: teamair .i. aibhinn, Stowe Gl. 126 = Lec. Gl. 27 , 191 . See túaithebair.

(b) n. loc. Tara in Co. Meath. See Metr. Dinds. i 1 - 45 , Rennes Dinds., RC xv 277 ff. T.¤ .i. te múr múr Téa ingine Lúgdach maic hItha, Corm. 42 . ac Tea móir ingin Lugdech | ...conad uaithi atá T.¤ , Metr. Dinds. i 4.36 . According to Met. Dinds. originally called T.¤ Breg: T.¤ Breg, cid ní diatá | ... | cuin do dedail frisin mbruig | cuin robo T. T.? `when did the place come to be called T. (instead of T.B.)' (notes), i 2.1 . But the opposite seems implied in: T.¤ diatá T.¤ Breg, i 20.105 . óclach do thuaith Temra Breag, Acall. 2001 . T.¤ tuathi ┐ tigi | ... | mathair anai cech fhine, Metr. Dinds. i 10.69 . lengait Temuir, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41 § 29 (temraig, v.l.). seach Theamair, BDD² 174 . co Temraig, Thes. ii 354.8 . doirrseóir Temra, Corm. 28 Milgitan. feis Temra, IT i 118.26 . bid fās tír Temrach túae, Thes. ii 314.3 . go rabus ag impod na Temrach, Laws i 6.14 . o Themuir, Thes. ii 241.5 . día tíagad do Th.¤ , BDD² 155 . hi Temraig, Thes. ii 307.7 . co Teamraig na Righ, CF 519 . dessel Temra, RC xv 284 § 38 . Saltair Temrach, Metr. Dinds. i 14.10 .

Also in other nn. loc.: i T.¤ Chualṅge, TBC-LL¹ 1492 . Teamhar hEirionn, CF Eg. 198 . T.¤ Érna , IGT Decl. ex. 2160 . T.¤ Lochrae, LU 6928 (BDD). T.¤ Luachra, RC xv 444 § 50 . tangadar co T.¤ Luachra, Acall. 5629 . ó Theamhar Luachra Deagha, CF Eg. 65 . See Hog. Onom. As name of an Ogam letter: aicme huatha: hOchae, Dindrigh, T.¤, Cerae, Quorann (Dinnogam), Auraic. 5689 . As n.pr. (of a woman) : Teamhair, inghean Ui Mhuirgheasa, Hy Fiach. 120.11 .

tinchor, tincor

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Forms: teancur

n o, m. vn. formation from *to-ind-cor (cf. also tecar.) teancur, IGT Decl. § 11.

(a) act of contributing; marriage contribution (see Stud. in E. Ir. Law, 18 , 82 f. , 126 f. ): cathim lānamna cen leith tincor ohne Einbringen der Hälfte, ZCP xv 321.2 . lanamnas comtincuir .i. lanamain is cutruma aca tecartar tir ┐ indile, Laws ii 358.7 Comm. fer-t.¤ husband's preponderant contribution: lanamnus mna for ferthinucur, 380.23 . .i. ben bis a ndliged lanamnais for in tincur fearda, 26 Comm. ban-t.¤ wife's preponderant contribution: lanamnas fir for bantidnacur, 390.31 .i. in fer bis i ndligedh lanamnais for in tincur mbanda, 392.3 Comm. Hence: for ban-t.¤ supported by a woman, under woman's control: do bithsiu ar bantincur mnaa, TBC-LL¹ 9 ; 'you were a woman subsistent upon the property which you would bring to a marriage' Ulidia ii 53 . ni chuala chuiced i n-hErinn ar bantinchur acht in cuiced-sa a oenur, TBC-LL¹ 53 ; 'I heard of no other province in Ireland which was included in a woman’s marriage portion' Ulidia ii 53 . nírbo miad leis beith for bantinchur, TBC-LL² 73 ; 'counted as a woman’s property' Ulidia ii 52 .

(b) household goods (cf. ZCP xvi 217 ): tincur a treibi do luag, Laws v 284.29 . tinol ┐ tincur, H 3.17, 658b ( O'D. 930 ). tinchur coir itir erna ocus lestra, Críth G. 140 . focress a phupall for Ailill ┐ sudigthe a thincur eter choilcthe ┐ brothracha, TBC-I¹ 156 . tincur tigi caich .i. do brecanaib ocus do cerchaillib, Laws i 126.y Comm. feis cach tinacuir bed?, v 486.19 . da sét i nuall nard iar tinchur .i. in guth nárd iar tincur neich fo taob after lying down to rest?, H 3.17, 423 ( O'D. 521 ).

(c) act of supplying; equipment, supply: im cach tincur ba hadlaic do, TBFlidais 94 . ┐ a tincor do lind ┐ do biud, LU 8071 (FB). tinōled tinchur fleidhi mōire lais, BColm. 40.16 . an dalta sin do thionchar do bhiadh ┐ d'edach, 24 P 21, 32.16 = frestal, BNnÉ 202 § 43 . ré hordughadh gacha tionnchuire eile bud cuibhe chum fearta fleadha, CRR² § 18 v.l. ┐ do cuireadh trí tionnchaire loinge innti `a ship's three requisites,' ITS i 56.9 . Cf. dligid tencair coitcenn | d'ollamain in dāna, ZCP xii 296.1 .

(d) act of attending, caring for: tioncar .i. friotháileamh, O'Cl. in tan tic rí día t[h]incur, TBC-I¹ 1963 . cen tincur o dhune, IT iii 195 § 36 . im tincur roe, Laws i 150.12 . ní roacht o Gull tascud nó tincur dind fot forsa mbai attendance, giving of battle (?), RC xiv 408.x . re tinchur tachuir `before delivering an attack,' TTebe 1465 . ro leic a trilis ... ri tincur greine to the care of the sun, 3742 . tinchur tochmairc `concourse for wooing,' 659 . do-rinne sé an tír do theancur | do-chím é a tteampal na thosd, IGT Decl. ex. 486.

? ben for a fuirme a celi tinchur naire co mbi namat fuirre `circulation of a satire,' Laws v 292.20 .

(e) position, grade, rank (?) : mainech a tincur o ollum go hoblaire 'valuable is where he is placed [amongst those] from the ollam to the oblaire ' UR 29.13 . máineach a thinchor, O'Dav. § 1533 . iarna tormuim tincur o maccleirec go hespuc 'according to their progress and position from clerical student to bishop' CIH vi 2213.1 , UR 31 .

trebad

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Forms: trebaid, trebaire

n u, m. vn. of trebaid. ? As o, m. toimsech trebaid , Metr. Dinds. iv 104.46 . Cf. toimhseach treabhaidh .i. treabh no baile da dtoimhsdi cíos, O'Cl. (see Hermathena xiv 470 ). IGT Verbs § 67.

(a) act of ploughing, cultivating; husbandry: ainim do feilce domaine i t.¤ `animal which has become useless for ploughing,' Laws ii 360.17 . comobair trebta do luad `the work of ploughing,' 358.3 . bo trebiththa `ploughing ox,' i 46.z Comm. is t.¤ i maig mo th.¤ i ndeadaig mo chon, TBC-I¹ 533 . is ansu limsa mo thech oldás mo t.¤ uli, LU 8386 . ó rogab tre(a)bad resorted to husbandry, Críth G. 89 . ó gabais trebud, BDD² 1310 . leth a treabthai, Cáin Ad. 24 . fri har ┐ t.¤ in talman `for tilling and ploughing the ground,' Fél.² lxi 42 . na dá thuaith déc cen t.¤ | ... | in ri réil rodas-biathái, SR 4633 . imtar taicthig a trebthai, 4661 . cid messam t.¤ ? ... t.¤ do ná crenar enech na anim `a house-keeping by which neither honour nor life is bought,' Tec. Corm. 18 . in t-áes cumachta ... in t-áes trebtha, LU 6251 = trebaire, TBC-LL¹ 2420 . M. in ríg-threbtha `of the kingly household,' Metr. Dinds. iii 334.22 . is adbar sainnte saethar ┐ t.¤ , Alex. 857 . lasin fer trebtha ` farmer ,' RC xxvi 44.1 . ce beith mac deit nó th.¤ | frisa nérchóilis scarad `if thou shouldst have a son or householdry that thou hast determined to part from,' Ériu i 201.1 . ní bhía an tonnmhuir gan treabadh `the wave-tossed sea will not be unploughed,' RC xlix 171 § 21. ni [dhlé] a-bhos treabhadh an tnúidh `'tis not right in this life to indulge avarice,' PBocht 7.2 .

(b) residence: treabad inforais `habitable residence,' Laws iv 128.5 . co ndeine a rudrad ocus a t.¤ fair `he makes his prescription and his dwelling upon it,' v 314.13 . t.¤ fair .i. do thighibh, 316.8 Comm. erna trebtha .i. biail ┐ fidhbha `house-irons i.e. a hatchet and a wood axe,' 392.11 Comm.

(c) In phrase t.¤ menman a searching of the mind, taking thought, resolve (?): ro innis a treabhadh menman dóibh gorab d'fegadh a ngaiscidh tainic `out of `husbanding of spirit' he told them that he had come to see their valour,' Expugn. Hib. 30 . gidh olc thuillim | atá 'nar dtreabhadh meanmain-ne | th'fhagháil as th'fheirg | i n-anáir deilg na dearnainne `I could by hearty services win thee from thy wrath,' Dán Dé xvi 16 . dá ghaol féin—ni fiadhach gar | nach truagh an treabhadh meanman ?, DDána 86.13 . gan treabhadh do-bhir Breaghmagh | treabhadh menman ḟir Alman, IGT Decl. ex. 292.