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clithar, clethar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. clithar, clethar or dil.ie/9513

Forms: cluthar, clothar, cluthair

o, ā (clith). Later also cluthar, clothar, cluthair.

adj I sheltering, protective : ro scucsat iarsin i nglend ┐ i fidbaid clicair, BB 496a39 . cuan cluthar, comdaingen, ZCP vi 294.23 . fidh cluthur caointortach, Grail 3695 . lucht na mbrat gclúmhach gcluthar, Hackett lvi 49 . suadhach shámhghlan shármhaith shearccluthair (epithet of a woman), xii 11 . an treabh chumhthach . . . / cluthair a grádh liom go luan `will by me be warmly loved', Ó Bruad. ii 130 xviii . ? roir dom . . . .x. mbruit cuinsce c.¤ , Ériu ii 4.17 (cheville?). Adv. protectively, closely(?): bīaid relec d'arc[h]anglib / im c[h]lūain co clothur (clothaib, MS.), BColm. 30.22 (: atlo- chur). dfhagháil cumainn go cluthar ó dhaoinibh, Hackett xxxix 188 . clothar .i. toghaidhe no toghtha, O'Cl.

II As subst. o, m.

(a) shelter, covert, fastness : mor fer ro boí com iarraid / eter chlitar is diamair, LU 3938 ( SC 44 ) (`both roof and hidden place', SC2 n.). gáir na Gairbe, c.¤ fid, SG 366.3 ( LL 297b50 ). gēsid ōs caille c.¤ above the fastness of the wood, IT iii 67 § 2 . i clithor .i. i mbuaile, O'C. 1464 ( H. 3.18, 651 ). c.¤ mbaiscaill .i. buaili, Auraic. 5551 . c.¤ boiscell kenning for quert apple-tree in Bríatharogam , Auraic. 5552 (cf. clithc[h]ar boscill .i. eilit nó geilt, Anecd. iii 43.16 ). fidbuid . . . / re haltrom én [n-]ilgothach / ria c.¤ dia cleith `hiding it with its shelter', Ériu i 39 § 3 . ō c[h]luthraib crīc[h] ┐ ō f[h]osgaduib iath, ML² 666 . do-rataid a long ar feisted a cluthur an cuain, Grail 3298 . as cluchar a coillte, BCC 282.17 .

In n. loc. ro láiset a nernail búair ┐ braite seoco fodess i C.¤ Bó Ulad, TBC² 1774 . hi C.¤ Fidbaidi hi Commur Cethar- sliged, LU 8510 ( FB 36 ). pl. Clothrén i maigh Chliach atá. is úadh Cluithri Chlíach, Cóir Anm. 195 . in tan bátar hi Cluichrib, LU 5403 (TBC) = cluithrib, TBC² 926 .

(b) Fig.

(i) protection, shelter : is ruca don righ olc do dhenumh . . . is ina chlit[h]ur imteit cach, O'C. 478 (H. 3.18, 249). fer gonur fia sochuide, cia tuilledh for slogh fiadh ndéntur, no as a clithor a ndéntur, O'D. 545 ( H. 3.17, 435 ).

(ii) Of a prince, protector, refuge: clet[h]ar sēt .i. rī[g]-sēt, ar is ainm do rīg isin Dūil Feda Māir c.¤ , Corm. Y 209 . is e in t-ard-ḟlaith hUa Ainmirech c.¤ dana craeb coibneasa ro raidsiumar romaind, MR 98.x . ata triath os cionn Ruarcach / . . . / isse cleathar is cuibhdhe, H. 3.18, 766.22 . ? c.¤ .i. urachill, ut Udhacht Morainn: ar clitharsidhe (? sīdhe) sgeó thuatha, Ériu xiii 67 § 69 ; cf. ZCP xi 97 § 60 .

In phr. c.¤ sét appar. the `sét' of highest value, a milch-cow, an in-calf cow or a ploughing ox. `sheltering sét' or `insurance sét' Plummer MS. notes (comparing gell tóirithnech ). clithar sēt. Alii dicunt do mbad ainm do boin inlāig .i. arindī doceil a llōeg n-inde [quod non est uerum, sed uerius] Clet[h]ar sēt .i. rī[g]-sēt, Corm. Y 209 . clithear set, slaindte forgu na nuile .i. cleithe ar set .i. loilgech, Laws iv 28.4 , and 16 Comm. c.¤ sed .i. laulgach no daum timchella aratar no buo inlaoge, O'C. 852 ( H. 3.18, 386b ). Also sét clithair (attrib. g s.): ro saig set clithair enech bo-airech coruicce cumal n-uinge no boin nu-da-craid, Laws v 392.1 . set clithair gill ainech boairech inna muin, 390.z . .i. clethe or na sed, gellas tinchaib (= do inchaib) in boairech mailli ris imuig .i. in lulgach, 392.14 Comm.

Compds. With noun. a cliotharchuan D. sheltered harbour, Hugh Roe² 6.11 . do clithardiamaire (sic leg.) an inuid, Acall. 2332 v.l. (do dhiamhair, text).

With adj. cuan cobhsaidh. cluthardaingen, ZCP vi 28.y . in cheirt combrec clithar-diabultae (sic leg.) bui uime, Anecd. iv xiv 27 (`? folded as a covering', Plummer MS. notes). tresna coilltib clithirdiamraib `with their secret shelters', TTebe 312 . tug corn . . . a clithardíamuir a édaig `hidden shelter', Fianaig. 58.17 . rotheichset fo clithárdiam- raibh in tíri, CCath. 1249 . fo chailltib clithardlúithe `close- sheltering', Fianaig. 52.11 . mo chroinn . . . cliothardhlúithe, Buile Ṡ. 82.x . imdatuigethar celt clithargarb finna, LU 7732 (BDD). cuan cluthar-mīn Celga, ML² 721 . a da sgiath corcra clithir mora, ZCP x 306.23 .

do-airgella

Cite this: eDIL s.v. do-airgella or dil.ie/17138

Forms: do-n-airgelltar, doaircelltar

v (*to-air-gell-?) gives pledges (for a thing): arindhi donairgella cach ara cethrai (.i. arinni ara taburtar geall torridhnech tar cenn a cethra, 274 ) `gives pledges for his cattle', Laws i 260 . ara tairgealla cach ara ceathra for cach n-aile (.i. co tuca cāch gell toirithnech fri cach cinaid doniat a cethra), iv 124 = ar na turgellad (.i. gu tugadh, etc.), O'Don. 2178 ( Rawl. B 487 ). tairgillne donairgelltar do, Laws ii 122.1 . do-airgealla (= do airgelladh, O'Don. 2181 ) cach diaraile, Laws iv 128 . ni tairgealla neach fri raile, 138 . do-n-airgelltar, ii 120-2 . doaircelltar, 122 .

See tairgille.

? 4 loch

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? 4 loch or dil.ie/30430

ind l.¤ dino .i. uile, unde dicitur lochdub .i. uiledub, Corm. Y 803 (continuation of article cited s. 2 loch). Hence: l.¤ .i. uile, lochdubh .i. uiledhubh, O'Cl. Cf. also luch no loch .i. imad, ut est a luch tair dofeth gaeth i tir .i. asin imad toirithnech dofairgenn gaoth a tír, O'Dav. 1180.

tairgille

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tairgille or dil.ie/39705

Forms: t., tairgille, tairgille, tairgillne, taircill, taircealla, tairgille, tairgille, tairgille, tairgille, tairgille

n io, n. (?). t.¤ nairaib, Laws iv 114.12 . 176.7 . g s. re in tairgille , v 446.4 Comm. a haithle na tairgille (? g p.), H. 3. 17 col. 439 ( O'D. 559 ). (cf. do-airgella, and tairgell, -ill, Laws iv 314.16 . i 274.5 Comm. ). tairgillne, ii 120.z Comm. taircill, ii 124.5 and taircealla, iv 114.24 may belong to tairchell, see infra.

A legal term of somewhat unclear meaning.

(a) security given by a tenant to his neighbours for compensation for damage which may be caused to their property by his domestic animals and bees; `fore-pledge, advance security ,' Críth Gabl. Gloss. s.v. tairgell . The amount was 2 screpalls (see also MacNeill, Law of Status 309 footnote , Bürgschaft 60 ): smachta peata chuirre ocus circe ... t.¤ nairaib; ... .i. do chind tairgilli icaitir a smachta .i. gell toirithnech airi gell da screpall, Laws iv 114.12 , 16 . bíit i trén(a)ib tíre tonaccmaing t.¤ , ZCP xii 366.19 = MacNeill, Law of Status 310.80 . cach tairgilli cona cai[th]che .i. na meich .i. cach gell toirithnech no in fiach duine-caithche (sic leg.), Laws iv 70.2 (text), ( 9 Comm. ). alidside taurgille nairib tar tir bes da nesom `additional pledge is required for them that they pass not beyond the land which is nearest to them' (of bees), iv 162.2 . Cf. 176.1 . cip dune lasain ba usu taurguille nairiu olldate smacht `whoever he be that deems it easier to give additional pledge than `smacht'-fines,' 176.7 , cf. O'Dav. 985. The usage in the case of bees seems to have varied: rucus tairgilli ar bechaib. —Ba gō, ZCP xv 319 § 12 . annsom hi taurgillib t.¤ ar bechaib the t.¤ for bees is the severest (?), the most difficult to assess (?), 320.10 = Laws iv 162.1 . caithche beach tra, id caith(ch)e fil do suidhaib, ni t.¤ , 114.23 Comm.

(b) added security required when a debt, etc. was not paid on the day appointed, ` overpledge ,' O'Don. Suppl. From some of the follg. exx., however, it would appear to have been some kind of interest (`addition to accumulated fine or interest ,' O'Don. Suppl.): t.¤ fri faill, H.3.17 col. 439 ( O'D. 559 ). uide anta in re iarsa mbi in athgabail ar anad ar ud i laim cintaig. t.¤ ar na gellaib risin re sin the period of delayed payment is the time during which the whole distress remains in the possession of the debtor (in excess of the time allotted for payment ?). Additional security (interest ?) is added to the original security for that period, Laws iii 326.5 . atait a tri dosliat tairgilli i faill oin co aige .i. casc no nollac .i. islan acht co tora is na laithib sin hi, ocus mana tora, is tairgilli do rith ria o sin amach there are three things that incur additional security (interest ?) for non-payment of a debt with a fixed term, e.g. Easter or Christmas; i.e. it is free (of `tairgille') provided it be paid within that period, and if not it is liable to additional security (interest ?) from then on, 492.11 . t.¤ ar na gellaib re re nanta, 324.21 . fri smacht domitter tairgill a laiget. fri dire domiter a meit, H.3.18, 304 ( O'C. 630 ). The period during which a debt, etc. was free of `tairgille' varied according to circumstances; once in force the `tairgille' increased till it reached the value of `lándíre': slan do fir fine in bo meth ... co treisi ┐ t.¤ leo a treisi amach corici lan diri; slan do ... in lulgach ... co cuici, ┐ aithgin mblechta ┐ gnimraid o cuici co dech- maid, ┐ t.¤ o dechmaid corice lan-dire; ┐ dia mbe timgaire ... is t.¤ leo focetoir, Laws v 444.29 ff. Comm. mat míol forsa saoilter bisech ... is rith for a t.¤ co nomadh, H. 3. 17 col. 439 ( O'D. 559 ). is cona dire .i. is cona landire toibgither he in terrech iar [r]e t.¤ , it is with its full `díre' that the fine is exacted after the period of `tairgille' (?), Laws ii 352.y Comm. cetharda in tairgill: lan n-diri ar di laithe dec, leth diri ar se laithe, trian ndiri ar ceithri laithib, ocus cethruimi diri ar tri laithe the `tairgille' has four stages: (it is equivalent to) full `dire' at the end of twelve days, (to) half `díre' at the end of six, etc., i 274.5 Comm. eneclann a comrith fri t.¤ no rith for eneclainn a haithle na t.¤ , H. 3. 17 col. 439 ( O'D. 559 ).

fear t.¤ .i. aigne ` pledgeman ,' Laws i 288.21 Comm. 302.18 . Cf. fer tairchill s.v. tairchell.

tóirithnech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tóirithnech or dil.ie/41253

adj o, ā (tóirithin) helpful, relieving: muinter .i. muin-toir .i. māin toirithnech do neoch, Corm. Y 931 . is ria sin do berar in gell toirichnech .i. gell da screpall fri diguin ocus turgabail, Laws i 216.15 Comm. tuircrec ... is do rér in caich is céle íctur a crec toirithnech , O'Don. 518 ( H.3.17, col. 421 ).