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2 báire

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Forms: bāire, baire

n expld. as leader, chief: bāire, graece barones fortes dicuntur , Corm. Y 154. barae graece barones mercinari fortess dicuntur. Broc fochracae didiu in bari, unde dicitur bare buri, O'Mulc. 124. baire .i. saí, Ériu xiii 76.208 . bari na sárḟiadach sáer / Sláni, LL 4182 = baire, BB 56a1 . do thuit naonbhar do bhairibh na bruighne `nine of the chiefs', ITS v 176.27 . ? cen bró-guine b.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iv 70.3 . ? Cf. bár.

for-tét

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: fortiag, fortéig, fortét, fortéit, -fortéit, forthét, forthéit, forteit, fo[r]tegidsi, forregidsi, fortattet, fortés, fortéis, for don te, for-tiassat, forregae, forrega, forṅdechud, fordechuid

v pres. 1 s. fortiag (gl. coniueo) Sg. 170b1 . 2 sg. fortéig Ml. 44b32 . 3 s. fortét, 80d8 , BCr. 33a1 . fortéit, -fortéit, Wb. 4a27 . rel. forthét, Ml. 35a8 . forthéit, Wb. 4a27 . 2 pl. a forteit si, 14c3 . Cf. a fo[r]tegidsi , 14c2 , where Sarauw suggests forregidsi ( Thes. i 592 n .). ipv. 3 s. fortattet su (gl. te adiuvet) Ml. 43b11 . pres. subj. 1 s. (= fut.) fortés , Trip. 88.28 (986) . 2 sg. fortéis siu (gl. adnuito) Ml. 78c1 . 3 s. for don te, Hy i 1 . 2 pl. co far dum thésid se, Wb. 7a12 . 3 pl. for-tiassat (gl. subvenire) Ml. 68d7 . fut. 2 s. forregae siu (gl. adiuves) 19a1 . 3 s. forrega, ZCP xi 87 § 53 . perf. 2 s. lase forṅdechud , Ml. 78c9 . 3 s. fordechuid, 138a7 .

Vn. fortacht, q.v.

(a) helps, assists, succours: gl. adiuvare, iuvare, subvenire. is hed didiu fortheit in spirut intain guidme ni ..., Wb. 4a27 . fortéit anennacc which helps the guilty (?) Laws i 8.22 . ma forthē less n-aile if he helps another's need 23 N 10, 109.12 (= Anecd. iii 23.7 , which is corrupt). ? ticfa ... in dond derg furthe celg, BB 266b44 = ZCP xiii 26.17 . Confirms, corroborates: issí ... in chetbuid sin forthet in lebur which the book supports Ml. 35a8 . issed ... forthét usus (gl. quod usu ... confirmatur) Sg. 187b4 .

(b) in Laws rendered in following passages, takes precedence, prevails but probably the same sense as in (a) is intended : fortét cech cenn bes tressai inní bes étressa `every chief who is more powerful takes precedence of him who is less powerful', Laws iv 330.17 ( Críth G. 474 ; `helps' p. 55 s.v.). na fortéd eigin, Laws iv 272.10 . na fortéd la sainnt sluinti anflaithius (sic MS.) 376.25 .

This may represent an extension in meaning under the influence of téit for 'attacks, overcomes' (see 1 téit IV 1 (e)). Perh. also in: trí chét fer nach foirrechtais 'three hundred men whom they would not overcome' Celtica xix 43 § 17 , 50 .

tocad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tocad or dil.ie/41057
Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: toceth, tacad, taiced

n o,[m.]. vn.of tocaid ( Pedersen Vgl. Gr. § 845 ). O. Ir. toceth ; later also tacad, taiced, IGT Decl. § 17 , § 23 . cf. Ériu xii 215 . See also toicthiu.

(a) fortune, chance: toceth gl. fors, Thes. ii 47.26 , 362.28 , KZ xxxiii 75 § 78 ; cf. RC xiv 229 § 72 . sīd ┐ sāegal, toceth (toice, tocadh v.ll.) ┐ toatha, ZCP xi 87 § 56 . t.¤ gl. fors, Ml. 19d5 . t.¤ .i. tecmang gl. fors, 35d22 . tecmang ł t.¤ (MS. togad) gl. fors, 39c16 . do thoicdib gl. fatis, Sg. 138b6 . toccad cain | coemnae coecat bliadnae, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 15 § 1 . cáin in t.¤ , LL 119b10 . (Cf. tenniu a chuindsciu chaintocud, BDD² 1020 . teora ranna sluinte fri cáintocad, Triads 131 ).

(b) good fortune, prosperity, wealth: tacud iar-már mui mo celmaine .i. iar mór thacad regat, is í mo chelmaine dam, Lib. Hymn. i 184.4 . in chlí comras cond credail | ollmas fu thocaid tugaib, Thes. ii 295.3 . barc thacid thriūin, Bruchst. i 8 § 9 . taccad .i. ti-caid. i. ar ti cadhussa bis no ar ti chuad ata, Corm. Y 1250 . eitged .i. é gu na thacud aice in tan na hicud ní ocus ro hictha ní ris, Laws iii 90.6 . cotarói a toccad their luck can protect them, TBC-I¹ 179 . fortés Mél du thocad, ar ni fortachtaig[i] Día nach mifhir meirb, Trip. 88.29 . ol is treisin t.¤ Aedan since the fortune of A. is the stronger, Anecd. i 4.z . tosach tocuid trebaire, iii 16.7 . athiath tocaid atuibell, IT iii 45.19 = atriat taicid atuibell, 21 . sechthonna tacid, 53.12 = .uíí. tonna taccid, 54.1 . cet cranna is crodh fir thaicidh, BB 277a47 . rodāl foraibh Crīst ... imrōl tocaidh ocus ordan, ACL iii 298 § 64 . buaid ┐ orddan ┐ taiced a trí n-aite, LL 30d58 . as mo gais, as mo thocud, IT i 142.6 . tugus fos ... clann ocus tagadh malle, Fen. 92.13 . mac brugad ┐ fhir thacaid ┐ chonaich, FDG 728 . ba trómm tra a thaccad ┐ a chonach beos, PH 826 . ro lealtar do taccaid dud mullach, BB 497a17 . rith tagaid atá am gairi | is abaid trá an tarrngaire, IGT Decl. ex. 726 . damad tú tagad crechán | ar brú madadh Maithnechán, 727 . rug ar thsíl Táil do thaicthib | nach brígh dháibh a nderrlaicthir, 829 . sbéis i dtagadh is dall dún | a n-abar ann dámadh fíor, Dán Dé xxvi 17 . áineas raith an tagaidh thalmhaidhe, DDána 83.11 . tola tuile tocaidh móir, AFM ii 586.21 . tocadh, no taccadh .i. sonas, O'Cl.

In salutation: orddan ┐ t.¤ duit, IT i 71.19 . ordan ┐ t.¤ duit, YBL 128a26 .

Compd. ¤bennach of prosperous hills ?: a mic Flannacain i Ceallaigh | a ri in tiri taicedbennaigh, BB 289a50 .