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? taurrachtid

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v turthaid .i. t.¤ .i. verbi gratia, focheirdi erchor ūait do ermaisin nach rētae, Corm. Y 1229 = tauracdither , Corm. 43.

turchur

Cite this: eDIL s.v. turchur or dil.ie/42514
Last Revised: 2019

Forms: turchar, torchar

n o, m. vn. formation from *to-air-(fo ?)-cuir-. turchar torchar, IGT Decl. § 11 (54.4) . Cf. turchairthe.

(a) Orig. perh. act of throwing, placing: taurthait .i. tauracdither .i. a rosc fria ré docuire urchar uait do urmaise secip nach raeta docuirither opund anmundae forá cind ┐ gonta ... de is den tairecht sin tra asberar taurthait no turachur, Corm. 43 (cf. Corm. Y 1229 ). for lassad co léir ... | ola ┐ cheir ... | iarna terchur fri dídnad | cen herchur, cen airdíbdad placed there for consolation (?), SR 4371.

(b) chance, hap, accident: teacmoc .i. toice, no turchar, O'Cl. ar immad na terchor ┐ na tecmong triasa fagaib cách and `because of the multitude of the happenings and accidents through which it leaves one therein,' RC xxv 250.17 ( LU 2701 ). na ro aiplium o thircur (thirchur, v.l.) 'lest we die by a chance', ITS xxxiv 66 § 31 , cf. ne forte moriamur, Gen. 3, 3 .

(c) valuables washed up by the sea, flotsam and jetsam, wrack: tráigh gan torchar, DDána 110.36 . a haibhne i dteirce torchar, 73.5 (ref. to fish ?) easbhaidh éisg is torchuir cua[i]n, Éigse iii 135.194 . do thabhairt éisg is torchar | mheabhas ciumhsa caladh-phort, Content. vi 68 . beag sin do chonfadh an chúain | a fhir fúair torchar a ttír, IGT Decl. ex. 434 . torchar mara ar dteagbháil i dtrácht (Mary), PBocht 2.24 . do chuireadh an mhuir torchar gach bliadna fa thír in nInbher C., AFM i 90.3 . torchar cuain, Ó Bruad. iii 190.9 . ? mina airleccod mbiasda tond turchur, BB 372b47 .

(d) windfall, good fortune, luck, prosperity: aen duine ... budh mó aithius ┐ t.¤ (of a king), AU ii 438.15 . ba t.¤ flatha fíreóin (of a quantity of fish), Metr. Dinds. iii 426.16 . tria tecmang ┐ tre turcora conaigh `by windfalls of luck,' CCath. 4908 . do budh turchar dhamh ... | urchar do chur lem choluinn `twould be a stroke of good luck for me, DDána 50.2 . ar mhéid turchor (v.l.) a thíre, TD 28.30 . má tá-san mar atáid damh | measaim nach maith mo thorchar, Ir. Review 1913, 624 § 12 . torcar sealga the spoil of the chase, Duan. F. i 26 § 8 . Of persons: ro fáilticcheadh fris an ttorchar flatha tánaic ann sin `the distinguished chief,' AFM v 1664.y . is naomtha an torchar ... | an féinnidh forasta, Ó Bruad. iii 80.1 .

Compd. ¤shét: gur uo torchur-shēt ... ro dīrigh in t-Athoir nemhda ... chuca a precious windfall (of the miraculous appearance of a house), Fl. Earls 122.2 .