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teichthech , teichmech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. teichthech , teichmech or dil.ie/40349

 

Forms: teichthechaib, t.

adj o, ā (teiched)

(a) fleeing, in flight : teichthechaib gl. fugientibus, Ml. 48d10 . t.¤ gl. vitabundus, Sg. 50b9 . As subst. o, m. fugitive : béad am theithmheach ┐ am dheóruighe annsa talamh, Gen. iv 14 . na teithmhigh, 2 Kings xxv 11 . Cf. a oirchindich na n-uili olc ┐ a theithich na soillsi suthaine thou who fleest from eternal light, YBL 152b8 .

(b) inclined to flight, timorous : fer lesc lond timm teichmech, Tec. Corm. 32.5 (teithmeach, v.l.). slúag t.¤ iarna tuba `a cowering reprobate host,' Metr. Dinds. iv 84.71 . is olc mad tríamain techthech (of a warrior), ZCP vii 299.3 . roimpotar ... co teichech, TTebe 2976 . ger bho tim, tlaith t.¤ gach deaghlaech ar toitim a fhlatha, Caithr. CC 43.4 . Fuillan feithmech, | nar'bo t.¤ tocheimm, Gorm. Jan. 12 . See teichedach.