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Donnchad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. Donnchad or dil.ie/18224

Forms: Dúnchad, Donncad, Dondcud, Donnchad, Donncodha, Donnchodo, Donnchodha, Donnchadha, Doncadha, Dondchadha, Donncatha, Doinncatha, Duinncatha, Donnchaid, Donnchada, Donnchaidh, Donnchadha, Donnchadh, Dhonnchaidh

(donn + cath?) n.pr. u, later also o, m. IGT Decl. § 110 . Occas. confused with Dúnchad: Finachta fleadach mac Duncadha, AU 674 = m. Dunchadha, MacCarthy 402 = Fionnachta Fl. mac Donnchadha, Keat. iii 2212 . Latinized form (abl.): teste Doncado comite , Goid. 108 . Equated with Lat. Donatus, Ir. Gl. 525 . Codail Dond is given as poetic equivalent in B. in Scáil, § 54 ( ZCP xii 236 ). Donncad, SR 2354 . Dondcud, BB 183a11 . Donnchad, MacCarthy 404.8 , AU 768 . gen. Donncodha, AU 832 . Donnchodo, Trip.² 769 . Donnchodha, Keat. iii 4537 (poem). Donnchadha, Rawl. 154d15 , Acall. 207 . Doncadha, MacCarthy 404.15 . Dondchadha, Ériu iv 55 § 30 . Donncatha, Hy Fiach. 128.18 . Doinncatha, 110.12 . Duinncatha, 106.20 , cf. 130.24 . Donnchaid, Rawl. 164a11 ( Donnchada, 15 ). Goid. 108 . Donnchaidh, Todd Nenn. 284.14 (Scottish king). Keat. iii 4550 (but Donnchadha, 4553 ). Donnchadh (mod.), O'Rah. xv 154 . voc. a Dhonnchaidh dhuind, MacCarthy 128 .

teiched, teithed

Cite this: eDIL s.v. teiched, teithed or dil.ie/40344

Forms: theged, techad, tethad, teichidh, teithid, teiche, tethe, teichid, teithid, theite, teichem, teithem, techmhe, teithmhe, teicheada, teichidh, teichmhe

n o, m. vn. of teichid. a theged , SR 6220 . techad, CCath. 796 . tethad, TTebe 2446 . teichidh, RC xviii 292.19 . ar teithid , Laws v 310.31 Comm. teiche, i 268.1 (= teiched, 298.y Comm. ). ? LL 195a24 (= toiche, Metr. Dinds. iii 118.3 ). ag tethe , Laws iv 94.3 Comm. g s. teichid, teithid, cf. also ar tí theite , Stair Erc. 1693 . In Mod. Ir. frequ. also teichem, teithem. g s. do lucht an techmhe , AFM iii 226.1 . teithmhe, CRR² 84.14 . pl. for teicheada fear Midhe, AFM ii 864.13 (see infra).

I

(a) fleeing, flight : inna teste hí t.¤ gl. fusorum ... hostium, Ml. 77a18 . hí teichiud gl. in fugiendo, 109c2 . tanic i mmadmaim ┐ i t.¤ o fheraib hErend, TBC-LL¹ 2883 . ra gellaisiu t.¤ remum-sa thou didst promise to retreat before me, 6060 . eochair timme teched, ZCP vi 270 § 8 . ba níth mór la Fergus oén do máidim thechid fri Coinculaind to boast that he had put C. to flight, TBC-LL¹ 1964 . teiced ceilgi `feigned flight,` CCath. 3101 . for imirge .i. for teithed, Laws v 484.23 Comm. cia bhus tualaing teichidh, Dán Dé v 14 . do ghlacadur teitheadh chugtha, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 45.4 . teithemh na nabsdal (in Garden of Gethsemane), Luc. Fid. 165.19 .

(b) With object fled from expressed by gen. (see also phrase for t.¤ infra) : um a ndeachaidh ar teithid in comruicc, Laws v 310.31 Comm. do th.¤ Chuind a brāthar, ZCP viii 274.4 . bean teichmhe na teagmhála, DDána 7.35 .

(c) With object fled from introd. by ré n— (see also for t.¤ infra) : for teched remib, Ml. 44a19 . heirg for teched riat' brathair, SR 2926 . nech oc t.¤ ria smachtaib Cana ` absconds from ,' Laws v 258.4 Comm. ag teitheadh rés an mbeathadhach, TSh. 574 . Note also : gan chumas ar theithidh uadha, Mac Aingil 87.4 . fer ... ris ba teindinus teithead, TTebe 987 .

II In phrase for t.¤

(a) fleeing from, in flight from (with gen. and prepp.) : tiagat for t.¤ , Ml. 54b12 . for techiud ria nnaimtib, 44a18 . for teched na clerech, LU 246 . gé atá ar a theicheamh fleeing from Him, Dán Dé vii 6 . ar teicheadh ré cách, ML 60.7 .

(b) More widely in order to avoid, to shun ; away from : dia ndechatar for teched in tedma, Thes. ii 298.13 . for teched resin ṅgalur, 299.16 . is é ar dteicheadh trócuire though he flees from His mercy, Dán Dé xviii 23 . ar teiteadh an nintsamlaighthi re hiughlaib, O'Gr. Cat. 309.35.

(c) With foll. vn. construction : ar teiched thoigeachta do thogail Tebi `escape from coming to sack T.,' TTebe 2955 . ar teithed an fiabrais so do techt o saothar, Rosa Angl. 62.11 .

(d) With foll. clause : ar teithed co ndingnadh C. biataigh ... díb for fear that C. would make provisioners of them, ML² 1561 . ar teichem co mbérthaide arís hé, SG 42.x .

III g s. teichidh, teichmhe depending on various nouns : am teithidh, TSh. 4115 . conair theichidh, TTr.² 1872 . gles trota no teichidh, Rel. Celt. ii 198.40 . lucht madhma ┐ móir-theithmhe, CRR² 88.20 . na bíodh menma teichidh agaibh, TFrag. 180.4 . ruc reim techid in-Egept, SR 7542 . conid on rian teichmisin atberar Mag rein, Fen. 250.7 . raon madhma ┐ móirtheithmhe, Eochairsg. 80.8 . bar tilaib teichid (sic leg., Windisch) `Stirnen dem Fliehen zugewandt,' TBC-LL¹ 5793 . traig teichid lit. foot (pace) of retreat : tri traigid techid do breith assin chath, CRR 44.7 . nach berad oen traig teighchid reisin ciniud doenna uli, Cog. 186.9 . See also under 1 traig. tráth teichidh, DDána 10.17 .

Various : cin teichid do lecun doib `without allowing them to evade it,' Laws i 134.34 Comm. teiche gen dicell do cethruib `carrying off cattle without concealment,' i 268.1 . lead (in a race) : in tethad ┐ in tennad ruc o chach, TTebe 2446 . a band of fugitives : crech la Lethlobur rig Oirghiall for Gailengaib ┐ for teichedh fer Midi `on the fugitives ...,' RC xvii 394.8 = for teicheda fer M., AFM ii 864.13 . ro lingastair leim don chruadcharraig ... an deagaid theithid na Tiabanda, TTebe 968 . a refuge : mar is í in charraig teitheadh na mbroc, is é Criosd teitheadh ... na ndaine, ITS xxix 217.6 .

teist

Cite this: eDIL s.v. teist or dil.ie/40443

Forms: testa, test, teasd, teisd, teisde, teasda, theast, teist

n f. (Lat. testis). g s. and n p. testa. n s. somet. written test, cf. teasd: aitheasg, Dán Dé v 29 . teisd f., g s. teisde, teasda, IGT Decl. § 42 (95.16) . g p. a theast , Content. xviii 108 note. t.¤ .i. a teste , Corm. 42 . .i. a nomine testis , 44 .

I In meaning of Lat. testis, a witness, one capable of giving evidence . This is presumably the original sense in Irish, but Thurneysen, Cóic Con. 68 § 19 explains this meaning in the Laws as a development from the more usual one = Lat. testimonium, taking teist as a collective `witnesses': tri fira testa `drie (Klassen von) Schwüren der Zeugnisfähigen,' Cóic Con. 39 § 57 a . is ed is cunntabartach ann ... ni feas in test no in antest he `ein Zeugnisfähiger oder ein nicht Zeugniskräftiger,' 40 § 58 . nocha triar bias ann acht fir fo aicne testa no antesta, 41 § 60. o testaib coraib cengur .i. o na testuib bis amuich ceimnigid na testa eile, Laws i 266.6 , 292.32 Comm. nach gradh do tuaith for a ndeisidh gradh tuaithe ar belaib ri ┐ thuath ┐ ardmuirech na tuaithe is test cia for fich a tosach, Eg. 88, 19c ( O'Curry 2263 ). fir testa o t.¤, ┐ fir dé o annteist, Eg. 88, 33c ( O'Curry 2425 ). mad testa ┐ antesta beid amuig ┐ thall, a luigi doib uile ┐ a íc do na antestaib, H 4.22, 16 ( O'Curry 1973 ). t.¤ i ceatharaird, ┐ teisd i cul aird, no annteist i cetharaird, da trian for testai no anntestai cul aird ... mad t.¤ uile, no annteist uile na cethri cethar aird, ┐ na cethri cúl aird ... cid nesa dona testaib dia mbed ann isat é iocait in aithgin ... ┐ isedh is cetharaird ann, na ceithri baile ata nesa. ┐ isedh is cul aird na ceithri baile ada nesa doibside, Eg. 88, 29c ( O'Curry 2379 ). fiad testaib Dé, SR 3583 . indar lemm is la t.¤ forácbus mo chriss, TBFr. 322 `in the presence of a witness,' Études Celt. ii 10 . rosmarb cen timme na t.¤ `without exception or survivor,' Metr. Dinds. iv 338.11 . tarmchruthad maic De i sléib Thaboir, diambtar testa in cóicer ` witnesses ,' Ériu ii 198.28 . Cf. SR 7661 . ? ni dlegaid acht aen fer, no aintesta d'a shéna, no d'a suigiugadh, Hy Maine 66.10 . ? Here also: dobertis testa an talman ... nach cuirp carutt itir no bitis ica fodbadh occo, CCath. 6154.

II In sense of Lat. testimonium.

(a) evidence (in legal sense): la t.¤ do graduib aireachta tiaghdur .i. tiagur mar aon re testis (.i. fiadhnuise) gradh is in airecht da gabhail, Laws i 266.4 , 292.29 Comm. smacht beith gin t.¤ `without `teist'—evidence' (` i.e. trustworthy witnesses,' note), iii 108.18 . imarba testa .i. ... t.¤ dethbiri berda droch duine do fír dé, Eg. 88, 33d ( O'Curry 2426 ). is i so an t.¤ coir isin noidhche .i. taobh fri taobh, ┐ anáil fri hanáil, ┐ cnes fri cnes. ┐ is i a t.¤ isin ló, traigh fri traigh, sal fri sal, fonn fri fonn, ib. ( O'Curry 2428 ). Cf. O'Dav. 816. ? taighe t.¤ , Eg. 88, 29c ( O'Curry 2378 ). ni gabtha t.¤ uadib acht a pianad ┐ a marbad, LB 154b51 .

(b) In wider sense testimony, witness, proof: dobiur tesst nairi gl. notum uobís facio, Wb. 14a20 . is dúthracht limm cáint.¤ diib `I have a wish (to have) good testimony of you,' 23a23 . dobiursa t.¤ as mór far sercsi less, 27d8 . dorratad t.¤ de `testimony of Him had been given,' 28b6 . dom-mairse trīnóit testa .i. hi fertaib ┐ hi mmírbailib, Thes. ii 351.6 . tan ba t.¤ coicfher (of the Transfiguration), SR 7661 . a[t]hlaech ar a tabair anmcara a th.¤ `pronounces his character of approval,' Laws iv 366.9 . degt.¤ di cāch, miscais ēcnaig a good word for everyone, ZCP iii 26.21 . acht inti bhus treorach test | ar cach n-eolach is árd chest, Leb. Cert. 154.11 . túr teasda dá rath seeking proof , DDána 102.39 . ar an toil tug don duine | a teisd féin ní féadfuidhe `of God's love for man one could not judge by its (visible) effects,' PBocht 17.9 . cuirim ó th.¤ Fines Morison, do sgríobh go sgigeamhail ar Éirinn `I discard the witness of ...,' Keat. i 54.17 . t.¤ na báistighe air the torrents of rain ... bear witness to it (are a sign of the evil), Hackett xxxix 65.

(c) account, description (frequ. with tuarascbáil): tabair t.¤ in tige-sea, RC xxiii 400.17 . dorat a thesta for aird ┐ doringni rand, IT iii 482.1 . tainic fo test in torathair `at the bruit of the monster,' CCath. 2924 . a th.¤ ┐ a thuarascbáil, TTr. 1022 . mó iná a t.¤ trócuire Dé God's mercy is (even) greater than it is reputed, PBocht 17.1 . tuilledh ele do thestaibh ┐ do thuaruscbhalaibh Maodhócc, BNnÉ 279.6 . ? Here also: Cath M.R. re teasta | ... | nocha n-innsamail im rath, Cog. 114.13 .

(d) commendation, praise: bhar dteisd ar thuir Chua, DDána 91.14 . ríomh do theasda ní thig díom `Thy glories I cannot recount,' A. Ó Dálaigh x 6. `praise,' xi 6 . mná timcheall an mhairbh ag tabhairt teasta ┐ formolta air, TSh. 5719.

(e) fame, reputation: frithóilis Fer diad in cles do rer a testa in accordance with his reputation, TBC-LL¹ 3930 . co roscáil a th.¤ ┐ a erdarcus fón Éuroip uile, TTr.² 479 . in taur testa cach thíre `the chief renowned in every land,' Metr. Dinds. iii 190.7 . test gabhála na Gallia `the credit of conquering Gaul,' CCath. 218 . tuar teisde síordháil na séad, TD 26.50 . ré a theasda i gcianaibh dá chor `far extended is the time of his fame,' 32.37 . feabhas na teasta do bhí air, TSh. 8351.

See ainteist, teisc.

teiste

Cite this: eDIL s.v. teiste or dil.ie/40444

Forms: testiu, ærtheste

adj io, iā part. of do-essim poured out, flowing: inna guidi testi gl. fussae supplicationes, Ml. 43b4 . testiu gl. effusos, 55a16 . inna teste hí teiched gl. á similitudine fusorum ... hostium, 77a18 . ? Cf. ærtheste gl. tam effusse, Ml. 58d10 .

teistiu

Cite this: eDIL s.v. teistiu or dil.ie/40446

n n, f. vn. of do-essim. act of pouring out, shedding (blood, tears): t.¤ fuile, Wb. 2b1 . testiu na fuile, Ml. 22b1 . do thestin fule, 37c4 . t.¤ int sil, 71c6 . hi teste gl. infusione (taken as fusione), 30b7 . in tan as n-apaid fuil námad do testin dí (of a spear), BDD² 1246 . cach ed no téged re testin fola na mmíled, LU 6439 . teisdiu der, BB 496b48 . cuic seoit a testen fola, H 3.18, 290 ( O'Curry 588 ). fuil trī cēt mac de (=do) testin isan lind, ZCP iii 227.4 . teisite .i. sileadh fola, no fearthana, teiste .i. sileadh uisge, no fola, O'Cl.