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techtad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. techtad or dil.ie/40276

 

n [u, m.] vn. of techtaid.

(a) having, possessing : teachtadh .i. sealbhughadh, O'Cl. cen t.¤ na nanae, Ml. 68c8 . techta[d] tuinide `lawful possession,' Laws iv 20.1 . ni hidan dano lais dondhí da taberr a thaechtad `to keep possession of it,' Mon. Tall. 143.16 . gnīm co n-iris, nertad n-óg | t.¤ na tróg is na trén, BColm. 100.8 .

(b) taking possession of ; subjugating : iar t.¤ chōic ngiall a nErind ┐ a .iiii. a hAlpa , Rawl. 136b24 . iar ttechtadh ┐ iar ttendghabhail an tíre, AFM v 1664.18 . fata tait ic t.¤ caich `long have they been subjugating others,' Cog. 56.6 . a theachtad ┐ a thimchellad `close upon him and press him' (a warrior), MR 270.14 . ba ruathar rig t.¤ treoin `regal his onslaught subduing the strong,' Fen. 144.3 .

Note also : ar na dearna deabaidh | immon Teamair techtadh (? sic leg. : sechtar) `as a possession,' Todd Nenn. 140.6 . tend mo teachtad mar ba des | ag neartad a naem seanchas, BB 232a47 . See also techtmar.