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etarscarad

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Forms: n-etarscartha

u, m. (vn. of etar-scara) separating, parting, dividing, resolving (with obj. gen. and also with fri, ó): eturscarad ┐ caomtacht, Laws iv 78.2 . cen etarscarad (gl. est mecum solus) Wb. 30d16 . etarscarad coirp et anme 15c12 ; 15 . PH 6888 . bás etarscartha coirp et anme Wb. 13c1 . 23a20 . do etarscarath neich adrocomallnad (leg. adrochomlad), Hib. Min. 9.306 . co ceill etarscartha with the sense of separation (of διά) 9.301 . etarscarad comsuidigthi separation (resolution) of a compound word Sg. 74b8 . masa etarscarad re rē if it be a separation [from the chief] for a time Laws iii 108.1 . con-ácaibset na féthi frisin corp cen etarscarad, LU 99a2 = BDD 167 . disiunctio....i. eatarscarad na ceille ┐ ind intlichta, etc., Hib. Min. 9.303 . nech praindes leo ind-oentich cen etarscarad suidi na ligi `separation of seat or couch' Ériu vii 146.21 . dlúith side cen muir dia et[ar]scarad it is compact because there is no sea to separate it (of the mainland contr. with islands) Ml. 89d18 . nach fetar a n-eatarsgaradh gen leadradh in craind (of removing bees from the trunk of a tree), Laws iv 186.23 Comm. altgheimnech a n-alt ag a n-edarscarad `the cracking of their joints in dislocations' MR 256.20 . trath etarscartha lae ┐ aidque, CCath. 4302 . ag eadarsgaradh dha bhealach ZCP iv 402.11 . ni tualaing brethemnachta for fine na fuidri nad fiastar a n-etarscartha, ┐ a ndire, etc. their divisions, delimitations (?) Laws iv 282.2 . gen. as attrib: bérla n-etarscartha , one of the kinds (or divisions) of the Gaelic language: berla n-edarsgarta eter na fedaibh aireghdaibh .i. berla tresa fuil deliugud na fid n-aire[gh]da isin ænfhocul triana n-inde-taithmeach...amal rogabh ros .i. roi oiss, etc., language of separation between the principal vowels, i.e. language through which there is a dividing of the principal vowels in one and the same word through analysing their meaning, Auraic. 1317 . 2526 . 4635 . RC xiii 269.25 . ACL iii 247.18 . berla n-edarscartha, Auraic. 210 . Béarla an eadarscartha, Keat. ii 141 . Here also probably: a dualgus a tochusa eturscartha movable (separable) property Laws v 120.27 Comm. (lit. pr. of separation). i 62. 31 Comm. ag goid a ttochais ettarscartha ┐ nemhetarscartha forra, Hugh Roe² 29.3 (f. 16a) . Cf. etarscarthach. With fri: ni epur frib etarscarad frisuidiu, Wb. 9b19 . a n-etarscarad fri ægeptacdu, Ml. 124b6 . cen a etarscarad friu in dubai hisin, 110c9 . fobithin etarscartha fria maine ┐ a feba talmandai parting from his riches ZCP iii 27.22 . With ó: ar n-etarscarad o cech elniud, PH 5356 .

fúaslucad

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Forms: fuaslugadh, fuaslaic-, fúaslagadh, thúaslugud

n u, m. (vn. of fúaslaici) fuasalcath, ZCP xi 95 § 45 (fuaslugadh, fuaslaic- v.l.). fúaslagadh, IGT, Verbs § 65 (p. 220) . Decl. ex. 743 .

(a) loosing, opening: fuaslucud an talman for a taisib (i.e. to disinter his relics), BColm. 96.6 (for constr. cf. fúaslaici, a).

(b) releasing, delivering: cuin ... táncamár ... dot ḟuaslucud, LU 2334 ( RC iv 248 ) = thúaslugud, LU 2328 . fuaslucad do mogaib freeing of bondsmen Laws v 450.15 . slan fuaslaicthi di athgabail the release of the distrained [animal] is free from penalty [i.e. in certain circumstances] Caratnia 48 . comus fuaslacthi ┐ cuibrig cáich, LB 257by ( Hom. Leg. § 44 ). dia fuasluccad asin geilsine i mbatar, Grail 1810 . cen mnaí do fulang a n-eicen acht coro cumaingtea fuaslucad di, 2324 . d'iarraigh fuaslaicthe do Ruaidhri to ask for R.'s liberation RC xviii 162 (Tig.). Ransoming: as dóibh fén dob éccin a bfuaslaccadh `they were obliged to ransom themselves' AFM iii 230 = Ann. Conn. 1225.18 . A ransom: do gabadar an Fian é, tucad fuaslucud mor d'Find da cinn, Acall. p. 328.37 . B. do ghabail ... ┐ a legan amach ... ┐ fuasluicthi mora do buain as B. was captured ... and let out ... and large ransoms were exacted from him AU iii 266 .

(c) in Laws redeeming (a pledge, etc.) : fri fuasluccadh toiscide to redeem a necessary (of life) Laws i 278.9 Comm. By extension : fuaslucad cor mbel `dissolution of verbal contracts' i 50.10 ( ZCP xvi 176 ), a sign of degenerate times ; glossed .i. uatuaslucadh in neich risi tucadh trebuiri co coir o belaibh ... .i. a sena ┐ a nemaititiu ib. Laws i 50.24 , i.e. repudiating (?) : fuaslugad dechmad (.i. na dechmada tucad don eclais d'uatuslucad uaithi), v 450.15 , 22 Comm . (on : taithmeach n-udburta).

(d) solving (a problem) : an ceist chuirim eol damh féin a fúaslaccadh, BNnÉ 245.8 . ic fuaslugad cest ┐ caingen, Grail 3691 . conid do ro tarrngiredh ingnad an tSoidhich Naomhtha do fuasluccad, 74 .

taithmech

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Forms: taidbech, thaimniuch

n o, n. O. Ir. taidbech. vn. of do-aithbig. thaimniuch (d s.), PH 6162 . See taifnech.

(a) In Laws dissolving, annulling, invalidating a bargain or contract : nad cumaic nach breithem ... do taithbiuch nach ni fogeba i Senchus mor, i 18.2 . .vii. nuasal churu nadat asu do thaithbiuch, iv 210.1 . taithmeach n-udburta `revoking grants,' v 450.14 . do th.¤ diuburta `for the purpose of breaking a fraudulent bargain,' v 210.11 Comm. a comirlabradh fir in taithmigh .i. in bretheman, H 3.18, 232a ( O'Curry 425 ). im sent.¤ `for old expired contracts,' Laws i 192.18 Comm. amrigain ... conach cóir do rig ... a t.¤ as coir ` divorce ' (but perh. refers to the analysis of the word amrígain, see (c)), i 42.1 Comm. Note also : cotach cen t.¤ , SG 377.8 . noberad breatha fíru ... ┐ ní chaemsadis filid ┐ breitheamain ... a t.¤ , Ériu v 20.9 . taithmeach .i. dileagad (MS. dligead), Lec. Gl. 284.

(b) loosing, releasing, undoing : taithmheach gach scaoilidh go scéimh, Metr. Gl. 30 § 54 . taithmheach .i. sgaoileadh, O'Cl. a th.¤ ... ó chúibrigib cinad (of the soul), PH 5993 . oc taithbiuch a fuilt, BDD² 18 . dogní ... taithmeach in claidib takes off the hilt of the sword, IT iii 200.18 . fri t.¤ a long unmoor , TTr.² 503 . gredan ... na cetri ngoeth ... ac taitmech a mimosclund, Cog. 178.z .

(c) Of words analysis, explanation : fri taidbech in chomsuidigthi in analysing a compound, Sg. 202b3 . triath .i. rī, tīr-sīth a t.¤ , Corm. Y 1202 . taithmech (sic leg.) masgail ┐ feimin, Auraic. 3439 . triana n-inde taithmeach (leg. as compd. ?) `through analysing their meaning,' 1319 (cf. RC xx 250.5 , Laws i 32.3 , Lec. Gl. 281 , ACL iii 248.9 ). aibghitear sunn feibh as teachta a thaithmheach, IGT Introd. § 1. 1 .

(d) breaking down, destroying : ac t.¤ na cathrach, LU 2794 . ag taithmheach an tuir, Hy Fiach. 20.y . Perh. also : uingi d'airget a t.¤ and, Laws iv 86.13 Comm. (of damage to fences, etc. by trespassing cattle, cf. ib. 20 ).

(e) Various : taithbech carat separating of friends, Ériu vii 160.21 v.l. = ZCP iii 26.17 . taithbech formait stirring up envy, Ériu vii 162.11 . taithbech ndebtha, 164.15 (see p. 186 ). álad oengae leis ac techt i n-duni ┐ tríchu farrindi ri t.¤ (the gae bolga), TBC-LL¹ 3875 . t.¤ na trath observing (? ), ZCP viii 214.32 . is luaimneach mo menma ... ac taithmeach sechnón na hElga ` wanders ,' O'Gr. Cat. 120.4. mo ailithri ... cen nach taithbech | hi cráes curaich, Anecd. i 63 § 109 . nican senchas sena tarrachtain taithbech rudartha, LB 101 marg. inf.