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5 acht

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n a.¤ .i. corp nó cubat nó gním ut alius dicit: a.¤ (.i. corp) co saethraib ar seircc Dé / a.¤ (.i. corp) co n-oene is co n-óge / fri figlib ro sin a a.¤ (.i. a chubat) / ro rir cech ṅdan ar diadacht (.i. ar gnim ndiada), ACC 85 ( RC xx 268 ). ecmacht dano a gno dó .i. accu mó a a.¤ .i. a chubat ar robatar .xu. ina airdi, LL 371d15 . mar ta innte a clí (ach v.l.) 's a corp, BNnÉ 260 § 220 and Gloss.

2 car

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adj c.¤ (gl. imfirmor) ` brittle ', Wb. 18a2a (a prima manu) but see ZCP vi 539 . gno c.¤ cnam marbda, O'D. 2216 (Nero A vii, 148b) = c.¤ .i. brisc . . . gno c.¤ cnaim marbda, O'Dav. 1028 . 406 . c.¤ cach mbrisc, Corm. Y 260 . O'Curry 94 ( H 3.18, 66 ). 1404 (634). O'Cl. carnae .i. c.¤ nūe . . . is brisc ūair is bruithi, Corm. Y 261 . ? Cf. tri nói gem carrmocail choir / ba foir 'na sreith ara lár `brittle', Metr. Dinds. iii 122.39 .

? Compd. carrannaigecht mhor ┐ carrannaigecht bec, IT iii 85 § 78 (corr ?).

clúas

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n ā, f. Note also: a s. nī fiu c.¤ , Hail Brigit 14 ( LL 7200 ). nicon fíu cluais, Ériu xiii 44.17 . d s. see Wb. 23c2 below. Vn. of ro-cluinethar.

(a) act of hearing : is hed ón as maith lessom do chluas `to hear', Wb. 23c2 . ni cen mu chluais `not without hearing me', Ml. 130b11 . c.¤ a dūan do theṅgthaib bard `the sound of songs heard there from the tongues of bards', Hail Brigit 9 ( LL 7181 ). nach óin . . . noda-comallfa iarna cluais, Ériu ii 202 § 19 (iarna cloisdin, v.l.). a cubhaid techt . . . do aithne fria cluais to recognise by ear, xiii 44.3 . an ffil tomhus forsan mbairdne? fil égin tomhus fri cluais, 43.24 . an t-iad cluaisi do radh riu for the ear (of a metrical device), Bard. Synt. Tr. p. 95, 70b7 . atbélat fir la clúaiss ṅgléssa dóib `when they hear them tune their harps' (Gloss.), TBFr. 121 . cluás .i. cluinsin, ut est: ba bronach in teghlach oca cluais, Ériu xiii 68 § 88 . H. an anam og a cluais, Aisl. Tond. 96 § 2 . ? bodar a pudore .i. lind cluas, O'Mulc. 163 .

(b) sense of hearing : na tri búada .i. búaid clúaisse ┐ buaid rodairc ┐ buaid n-airdmiusa, LU 6893 ( BDD 49 ). di clūais mo dhá ó nō di rusc mo dá ṡú[i]l, ZCP vi 258.15 .

(c) More frequently, ear : an rochluinemmar hua chluasaib, Ml. 112b13 . tri suidigud dosom inna cluas arin chorp huiliu `through his putting the ears for the whole body' (ref. to aures autem perfecisti mihi), 60b16 . cluasa Dǽ diar n-eitsecht, 24a18 . citabiat chlúasa `which ears perceive', Sg. 3a1 . Crīst hi cech clūais rodomchloathar, Thes. ii 358.2 (Patrick's Hy.). gabais buidhre a ccluasa, Blathm. 96 § 21 . na cluasasa nicon tairbertar fri ceolu talman `these ears are not lent to earthly music', Mon. Tall. 131.31 (§ 10) . ti[n]dnacul cluaise di araili `das Weitergeben von einem Gehör ans andere', ZCP xvi 175 § 1 (= Laws i 30.25 ). cluas la Feine tidnachar .i. bith do ac eistecht a tidnacuil o cluais, Laws v 498.2 and 14 Comm. isuide dodnidnaig cluais do cluais do comceniuil, iv 286.1 ( cluais .i. gleḟis ind fir seod a gleḟis ind ḟir ele, 290.10 Comm. ). tobertatar . . . luibe . . . ina cluasa, Ériu xvi 36 § 4 . imm ó glossed: im chluais, IT i 162.2 . mo chuib asa hó .i. mo chu asa cluaís, 163.2 . bruit cluasaib cluinethar, 68.5 ( LMU 2 ). baile bél. líth cluaisi. airfidedh menman, tuarusdol n-úadh, Ériu xiii 38.30 . cluas deas droch n-egna, 35.x . dona cluassaib gl. auribus, Gild. Lor. 113 . ber lat mo chomrama it chlúais, / co farcba i llebraib dar th'éis, LL 6127 . rob diubla os derbhḟine rob comroma i clúais, 385c16 . o ríg na cét cluas comlán, 25463 ( Metr. Dinds. iii 162.6 ) (cf. ¤clúastae). biaidh mise ┐ tusa clúas ar chlúais .i. ar chlúasaibh a chéile `by the ears' (i.e. in conflict), Atlantis iv 200.11 - 12 . i n-éisteacht cluaise (in auditu auris), TSh. 10844 . dith cluaise ┐ iorbaill ort, Luc. Fid. 5038 . In pn sobriquet: Uáter a Búrc . . . dia ngoirthi cluas le doininn, AFM v 1648.2 .

Fig. in phr. c.¤ cridi: do choimrid mo chride c.¤ in ardrach ṅguba, LL 14381 (rhet.) (= Death-tales of the Ulster heroes 10.13 ). gabaid mo thimna ┐ mforcedulsa chucaib o chluais bar cride. LB 123a19 . co nach edat cluassa na cride . . . a coistecht, PH 84 .

In Luc. Fid. in various ejaculatory phrr. all apparently meaning yield, acknowledge yourself beaten (perh. orig. give ear): labhair, no dhamhsa an chluas ! Luc. Fid. 4928 . freagair, no tabhair uait an chluas!, 5077 . freagair, freagair! Ni thig leat! Íoc an chluas!, 5104 . cluas, cluas!, 5017 . a leith an chluas!, 5121 . labhair, labhair! ar so ata an chluas, 5088 . Cf. nir bheag, da ttugtha, amhuil ghealluis, dhamh an chluas iar mbeith dhuit claoidhte, 5166 .

(e) By extension: some projection

(i) of a shoe, perh. leather side-pieces: ag ithe na mbróg . . . óir duaidh sé a gcluasa ┐ a n-ialla, SG 3.y

(ii) of an axe: cailech .i. cluas, ut est gall-biail . . . cona dib dubhchailchib .i. cona dib cluasaib ┐ cona sruibh .i. na cluasa ichtaracha, O'Dav. 532 .

(iii) of a turf-spade: sleaghán dá chluas, O'Rah. 290.15 .

Compds. With noun or vn.: gur beanustar claidem C. i cluasaidlind cathbairr a chomalta ear-piece(?), MR 298.x . Fer Gair . . . fri reilforcsin / Fer Lee fri cluaiscoistecht, RC xxii 394.28 . amhuil clúasfháinne óir, Proverbs xxv 12 . smit .i. cluas gnó .i. cuidbhiudh lit. ear-mockery , Ériu xiii 48.11 . le ciontaibh na healta ag ar dalladh a gcluastuigse `ear-sense', Ó Bruad. iii 164.1 .

With adj. gadhar cluais-dhearg, Oss. iv 248.11 . att clúaslethan with wide flaps, ear-pieces(?), ZCP xiii 168.11 . ?arna ciorrbadh . . . d'uighibh claidemh cluasleathan `mit den Stichen breitohriger Schwerter', xiv 236.14 (perh. for claslethan). Oillill Ólom .i. cluaslom crop-eared, Keat. ii 4377 .

cuitbiud

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u, m. vn. of con-tibi. act of mocking, ridiculing; mockery, derision : cubet .i. cuidbheadh no magadh, O'Cl. doc. (leg. ch-, edd.) gl. (profanís esset) derisui, Ml. 86a11 . basí afálte mó chúitbiúd `to mock me', Thes. i 4.34 . as breth dia chuitbhiodh `to mock him', Blathm. 53 . da n-ó mele ┐ cuitbiuda, IT i 73.2 . ( LMU 9 ). forus cuitbeda `code of ridicule', Tec. Corm. 32.1 . ba cuitbiudh la Conall inn sin ar dínnimecht a bráthar 'Conall derided this, since his brother was unimportant', Betha Adamnáin 50.84 . mór in c.¤ dúib . . . can tophund . . . , LU 5243 (TBC). rochoisc Dōchae . . . in dæscorslōg ocon chuidmead, TBC-I¹ 2940 . gaiscead duit dot chuitmed to mock you, Anecd. i 8.19 (SCano). cluas gnó .i. cuidbhiudh .i. cuidbiodh de (. . .) aignedh amhail mhaothán a chlúaise, Ériu xiii 48.11 , cf. gnó .i. cuidbed, Corm. Y 693 . tucus forru . . . a ch.¤ I instigated them to deride him, PH 3842 . fo cuitbidh in sport, Laws ii 406.29 Comm. corofos ob ┐ cuitbiudha i ndálaibh in airechtaibh, B. Fermoy 43b5 . cen scáth dofairce c.¤ , ACL iii 293.7 = `without a word that exceeds derision', Auraic. 1935 . fo mhéla ┐ cuitbedh, AFM iv 934.12 . As mock n. pr.: G. maic Cuitbiudha, Anecd. ii 57.2 .

dognó

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n ( gnó ) evil, misfortune: damhna doghnó, ITS v 180 .

2 gnae

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n mockery , see 1 gnó .

1 gnó , gnáe

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n (? 2 gnó, Celtica i 322 n. 6 ) mockery, sport, pleasantry: gnó .i. cuidbed, Corm. Y 693 . gno .i. cuidbedh, O'Dav. 1028 . gnó .i. fochuidbeadh no magadh, O'Cl. car .i. brisc ... gno car cnam marbda `a dead bone is a brittle mockery,' O'Dav. 406 ; 1028 . roscendaig Conaire do Coincaulainn ar gnoe `bought them ... for sport,' RC xxii 304.17 ( BDD § 131 ). nech condaruice ar gnae (of two imbeciles) who united them [in wedlock] for sport, Laws ii 406.21 : gl. ar gnae focuitbidh, 28 . ? To this: doclos tre dhiumus mo gnaoi (gnaidh, gnái v.ll.) | is Iúdus Scarioth me `my mockery through pride was heard,' BNnÉ 102.9 .

2 gnó

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n m. business, matter, concern: gnó garb, Metr. Dinds. iv 70.19 nírbo gnó do gail, `it was no occasion for valour,' 130.87 . gunó (= gnó) Góidrisce (prov.) a profitless venture (see Góidrisc), Ó Bruad. iii 72 § 12 . tri imurcraid deithnis do gnoithib deithnisacha, Irish Texts v 60.26 . As quasi vn. gabsat oc gnó , RC xliii 86 § 87.

Compd. ? ¤theiched: nírbo greimm in gnó-theichid `unavailing was his active flight,' Metr. Dinds. iv 88.20 .

3 gnó

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adj illustrious , see gnóe.

gnóach

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adj (gnóé) o,ā beautiful (?), remarkable (?) : ingen gnoach oc Tadg thrén, Metr. Dinds. ii 72.25 . dororainn ... an talam ... co romhuidh sruaim gnoach, Misc. Hag. Hib. 27.3 . ? ili a ngluind gnoaig daig betis cruaich `successful feats,' Arch. Hib. ii 54 § 3 ( LL 182a28 ). gnóach .i. oirdhearcas, O'Cl. s.v. 3 gnó . ba gnim gnoach | imsoadh mo cuairt na crocund, Anecd. i 55 § 41 . See also gnoíech.

gnóaigid

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v (gnódhaigid, gnóthaigid) denom. of 2 gnó .

I Intrans.

(a) works, labours: imp. gnóthaig as mo gnáthaib `busy thyself with my wonted arts' (?), Metr. Dinds. iv 72.64 . With do (ar) works for, serves: ? na hiarr ni na saoilfithea doghonochas duit, Ériu v 126 § 14 . cinnus do ghnodhaidh (sic leg. ? -adh, MS) do crodhachta don Fraingc?, RC xix 266 ( Fier. § 183 ). gidh mó do ghnóthuigh Mac Liag ... ar Brian | ná sibh-se ar chineadh Cais `... did greater service to Brian,' Content. xvi § 136 .

(b) achieves, succeeds, wins: rí Sagsan do thecht in Érinn ┐ ní ra gnoig a bec in Érinn, Ann. Inisf. 338.20 . gnodhaighit ... Laitinta ┐ dichuirit ar culu na Troianu, Aen. 2814 . cinnas do gnodhaighebur? how have ye succeeded? RC xix 136 ( Fier. § 106 ). gnoeōchaidh a leas his luck will succeed, ZCP x 223.17 .

II Trans.

(a) earns, acquires: cred do ghnoaigheabhair (gnodabur-si v.l.) ó shin?, ITS xix 102.w . gnodhaidhim a[n] cathughudh I gain the battle, RC xix 38 ( Fier. § 47 ). an uile chrabhadh lear ghnothughadar an choróin, ZCP iv 444.23 . an ní sin do gnoaighes o Día, BCC § 357 (404.25) . an té ghnodhuighios anmanna, Proverbs xi 30 . gnóthaigh ó'n Róímh | deispionsáid procure ... a dispensation, O'Gr. Cat. 593.1. TD 33.7 .

(b) profits, avails (?): as olc rom gnoaig se ill has this profited me, TBC-LL¹ 2500 (St.) = ronmarg-sa (LL). Vn. gnóugud, q.v.

1 gnod

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n a point, a tip: gnod .i. a cono (cano , MS) conum est summa pars galeae, O'Mulc. 671 . gno[d] (gno v.l.) is rinn, Metr. Gl. 22 § 75 . ? scoiltis a luirg co robadar tri gnuidh do lea[th]-scoilteach les, IT iii 196 § 39.

gnóe

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Forms: gnáe, gnaí, gnaoi, gnaí

(earlier disyllabic gnoë, Celtica i 322 n. 4 , Imr. Brain 34 § 6 , later: gnó , gnáe, gnaí; Mod. Ir. gnaoi).

adj I io,iā

(a) beautiful, fine, exquisite: gnoe .i. ségda, LU 8905 . gnóe ... cech sēgda, Corm. Y 693 . [g]no[e] .i. airdirc nó aibind, O'Dav. 1023 . gnaoi .i. aoibhinn, O'Cl. i mbith gnóu (gnó, gnoe, gnae, v.ll.) in the beautiful world, Imr. Brain i § 51 . i tig Garbhāin bid gnōe, Corm. Y 661 . fo bafis gnae no aibind according to the pleasant or delightful knowledge, Laws iv 18.6 Comm. Cf. iii 24.23 Comm. comal ngnaoi (chev.), TFrag. 48.9 . go mór-ghnaoi, Keat. i 114.23 . Used esp. of rare or exotic objects: cnó gnóe 'tropical drift seed, particularly that of Entada gigas (?)' FS Gillies 211-15 . Included among `gaillite tacair,' Laws v 220.23 Comm. Cf. ib. 406.22 , 25 ; 408.12 . Corm. Y 693 . O'Dav. 539 . fiacail gnaei, Laws v 250.4 (gl. .i. fiacail in mil moir, 14 ); 'ivory tusk of the narwhal (?)' Peritia xii 408 .

(b) illustrious, noteworthy (?): [g]no[e] .i. airdirc, O'Dav. 1023 ; gno .i. airrdric, Lec. Gl. 31 . gnó .i. oirdheirc, O'Cl.

n II , f. gnaí fem., IGT Decl. §§ 98 , 99 .

(a) beauty, delightfulness; charm (?) : fil fid fo mess i mbí gnóe, Imr. Brain i § 42 . tre bithu gnoe `through beautiful ages' (or a p. of adj. ?), § 6 . ro ás gnóe móir in n-ingin, LU 3161 ( RC ii 88.24 ). dá ṡúil in Grégaig co ngnái, Anecd. i 36 § 90 . tria gáine ngnó `through delight of her beauty,' Metr. Dinds. iii 8.1 . co sáer-gnó `noble of mien,' 270.18 (but see glossary). co mór-gnaí, iv 1884.42 . fo gnoí (gne, gnai v.ll.) glain, 76.3 . Cuan Baoi ... | fá ghnaoi fhairsing fhíonchabhlaigh. Top. Poems² 1284 . m'eich-si ... is ferrdi a n-gnai, MR 82.12 . na slatuibh uile ar aonghnaoi' scions all alike in grace,' Arch. Hib. i 90 § v . ar ghnaoi ghréasa, Studies 1923, 422 § 5 . chugad ... is breághtha dath agus gnaoi, Oss. iv 24.6 . fer coimhéid do ghnaí Geróid guardian of G.'s charm (?), IGT Decl. ex. 1011 ; 749 . pl. Gormlaith na ngnaí ṅgnáth of the well-known attractions (?), LL 141a39 . In modern poets passes from meaning `beauty of countenance' to `countenance,' see Dinneen s.v. gnaoi .

(b) delight, pleasure: eter gnai ┐ glór is gen, AU ii 520.16 (an. 1365) . atā colum ... ālaind | againd ... mōidi ar ngnāi, ACL iii 242 § 10 . más gnaoi leat d'fhághail if thou desirest to get it, Oss. iv 74.4 . fuair gnaoi ní gnaoi as nar theannta `she hath won love to be relied on,' DDána 99 § 11 . ní dona mnáibh glioca amháin | dobheirim fós grádh nó gnaoi, Dánta Gr. xxxvi 42.

(c) distinction, fame: Mugna moo gnoe .i. moo báiscnib `greatest of all noteworthy things,' Dinds. 34 ( RC xv ). dofhuair gnai ... go mblad, MacCarthy 310 § 4 . mairidh gnaoi an glaicleabair gloin | on Traoi taitnemaigh tredaig (of Alexander), ZCP ii 350.29 . roleath a ngnai sund gu sal | fria foglaim gaiscidh, BB 19b32 . téid gnaoi don fhlaith as a los the chief's honour by it is forfeited, A. Ó Dálaigh l 9 . méaraidh a ghlóir is a ghnaoi, Dán Dé xxvi 40 . béim dá ghnaoi `a reproach to his fame,' Content. xxiv 19.

(d) knowledge, information (?): finta dún | ... ol at eōla ecna uill, | ol at cana gnoe grind, LL 7406.

(e) As npr m. Gnoe mac Blai, Rawl. 160a29 . mac Gnai meic Meic Eirc, BB 196c18 .

1 íargnó, íargná

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Forms: íargnó, íargná, íarghnó, íarghn

n [m.] ? and f. see TSh. 6691 - 2 . (íar + 2 gnó Celtica i 323 ). Sg. only. Invariable. íargnó íargná íarghnó íarghn, IGT Decl. § 108.4 .

(a) anguish, regret; especially grief for one dead: bud étrumaidi a i.¤ ocus a oirchisecht agum-sa, MR 122.10 . rogab Érinn cen i.¤ `without annoyance,' Metr. Dinds. iv 258.6 . ro ba fada a iarghnó dá éis ar na hoirechtaib `the mourning for him,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 28.26 . misi, dono, na bidh m'i.¤ fort, Aen. 646. marbhadh ... | don chruinne as ádhbhar i.¤ , Miscell. Celt. Soc. 370.17 . lán d'anaoibh intinne ┐ d'iarghná inmheadhónaigh aigeanta, TSh. 6691. iarghnó gan sgioth (one of the pains of hell), 6430 . san oidhche rob'fhoigse dhó | do gheall Críosd fa cúis iarghnó | ... go ndinginte a dhiúltadh san, Dán Dé xx 6. i.¤ do chur ... air an Spiorad Naomh, Donlevy pref. xiv 16 . drem leis budh iargná `many who will be grieved,' RC xxix 120 § 20. ní ḟuil úadh ann acht a n-íarmhó | slúagh Gall ní dá n-íarghnó orm, IGT Decl. ex. 1799. a thoisg i timcheall Banbha | ... mur samhail chasnaidh rom-cná | amhail do aslaigh m'iarghná, ZCP ii 359.27 . go mbeid uile fa iarghnó, Atlantis iv 182 z .

(b) a lament, an elegy: iarghnó ar bhás an Athar Conchubhar Ua hArgáin, Eogh. Ruadh 2014 .

srethad

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u m. vn. of srethaid.

(a) act of spreading out, dispersing; arraying, disposing : slige fri s.¤ soergrád, SR 614 . fri s.¤ slóg, 2443 . cóiced n-Echach rodál dó, | ba s.¤ sám co sáer-gnó `it was a concourse peaceful', Metr. Dinds. iii 270.18 . ? rígan . . . | diarb ainm serb, re sreathadh sith, | Medb, 366.11 v.l. (rosrethad, text). iar na srethud ┐ scailiud . . . fo crichaib . . . na hEtali, LB 227b21 . s.¤ fairne `arranging a troop' (sretha, v.l.), RC xxvi 24 § 73 . do medar lochta na sealga aca sreathad 'na timchell `ranking', TTebe 644 . do thimsugad luirech . . . ar n-a s.¤ ┐ ar n-a sluaig-diglaim do gleire gaithlennach `arranged and selected', MR 224.9 . ag sreathadh con ar chionn sealg, LBranach 4230 .

(b) act of imposing, levying (a tax, etc.): dob eiccin an cin do srethadh ar shaccartoibh ┐ ar cheilibh Dé an baile, ZCP x 8 n. 8 .

1 tár, táir

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n o, m. and [ī, f.] (? orig. n., Sc.M² ). From *to-sár, Loth, RC xli 224 . IGT Decl. § 14 , §96 . Cf. táir. insult, contempt, disgrace, shame .

(a) gabsat a Coimdid do thair (: mordáil), SR 4677 . do-rat t.¤ ... forsin cóiced n-uile, Sc.M² 14.1 . ni haisc dot inchaib ┐ ni táir dot gasciud, LU 6373 . iar naisneis in tair ro srathnaiged air, Laws iii 538.13 Comm. uingi i mbanbeim benar fo thar a harmless blow struck (merely) as an insult, H 3.17 col. 630 ( O'D. 877 ) (=sár, H 3.17 col. 590 , O'D. 826 ). mo thubha le t.¤ mbriathar, Studies 1929, 80 § 8 `verbal infamy,' O'Gr. Cat. 463.9. táir is soillse slighe m'anman (of the two alternatives before the soul), DDána 26.20 . ionmhuin an lucht thug ón t.¤ whom He saved from disgrace, 38.7 . cúis fa dtug i dt.¤ mo chion turned the esteem I had into disgrace, 56.12 . d'Ó Raighilligh a-tá a tháir, Aithd. D. 30.16 . mairg bheirios tar air shaorchluinn, Ériu v 142.13 . fhágbhas ... fá th.¤ , TSh. 895.

(b) Frequently coupled with tarcaisne: t.¤ .i. tarcaisne, O'Cl. nirbo duthaig doib t.¤ na tarcaisin do gabail, Cog. 68.8 . do-bheir sé i dtáir ┐ i dtarcaisne bláth bréige na beatha so, TSh. 415 . tar ┐ tarcusal, Ann. Conn. 1315.11 .

(c) cen t.¤ blameless, irreproachable: is anart sroil, sreth cen tair, | eter in slog 'sin sanctáir, SR 4319 . Cf. 4617 . niamda isna tressaib cen t.¤ , LL 32a50 . da trasgrad gan tar, Ériu x 88 § 108 . da Tadg gan t.¤ , BNnÉ 254.29 .

(d) As quasi-vn.: nuchan urusa do tair (tathair, v.l.), IT iii 75.6 . dligid airrechtach a thāir (sic leg.) an obstinate person is to be reproved, ZCP xi 84 § 34 f. ní fotha gáis gnim do tháir, Ériu ii 229.11 . basa imdenach frim tháir, LU 9334 . Cf. ZCP v 503.21 .

(e) Various: ni deochaid Eochaid dar ár | fríth nech da lenmain co tar, LL 151b3 (= co lár, Metr. Dinds. iv 50.110 ). budh roidheithnios gráidh ar ngoimh | táir ar gcoimheighthios cogoidh `our violent estrangement was a trifle,' Studies 1921, 589 § 6 .

Compds. ¤biad plain food: táir-bhiadh ┐ tearc-ól, TSh. 2262 . ? ¤brath: tug fá a réir gan tárbhrath | cheithre géill a hAlbain `without blemish' Keat. ii 6382 (-turbrod ?). ¤bríg: ar ḟeis Temrach do tháir-bríg `for humiliation, in submission' (Corr.), Metr. Dinds. iv 182.10 . ? ¤chotach: tarchodach .i. olc, O'Cl. ¤deoch plain drink: tuir-bhiadh ┐ táir-dheoch, TSh. 8316 . ¤flaith: idir thár-fhlaith is fhíor-fhlaith ` bad prince ,' Content. xviii 118 . Cf. 119 . See tarb, compds. ¤gleo evil deed (?): dorigni thargleo tria brath (: lamdeo), SR 3015 . ¤ gnó : torad cen tár-gnó `a harvest of unfading lustre,' Metr. Dinds. iii 426.14 . .i. tár, no tarcaisne ar ghné, O'Cl. ¤luad blame: días cen táth is cen tár-lúad, Metr. Dinds. iv 204.18 . ¤maeth: Áed ... nach tár-máeth `no tender minion,' Metr. Dinds. iv 204.30 (leg. tarr- ?). ¤théigid causes to blush with shame: iomdha foireann ... | do tháirthéghadh a thocht sin, Studies 1919, 256 § 9 .