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ad-annai

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ad-annai or dil.ie/297
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Forms: adannaí, asidannai, adannat, ad-andaither, adantar, adaind, adhannaitis, -adandad, -rohadanta, adandaba, adand, adnai, adrann, and, atrandsat, adrannad, hadnad, adannaid, adnaid, adannta, adannad, adnad, adaint

v ( ad-and-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 457 ). Indic. pres. 3 s. adannaí, Trip.² 451 . rel. asidannai, Trip.² 458 . 3 pl. adannat, Triads 86 . Pass. sg. ad-andaither (adainter, v.l.), BDD² 1408 . adantar , Anecd. iii 34.9 . Ipv. 2 s. adaind, Corm. Y 825 . Indic. impf. pass. pl. adhannaitis, Ériu ii 100 § 4 . Subj. impf. 3 s. -adandad, TTebe 582 . Pass. sg. -rohadanta, Anecd. iii 34.6 . Fut. 3 s. adandaba (atandafa v.l.), ZCP xiii 379.10 . pret. and perf. 3 s. adand, Gael. 50, 124 ( Blathm. 113 ). adnai, BB 414b27 . adrann, SR 7921 . ro and , LL 184a15 . 3 pl. atrandsat, Immrama 54 § 7 . Pass. sg. adrannad (adrandad v.l.), Fél. Apr. 5 . ro hadnad , Ériu xii 190 .y (TE2). Later also as simple vb. adannaid, adnaid.

Part. adannta.

Vn. adannad, adnad and later adaint. IGT Verbs §§ 45,46 .

(a) kindles, lights (usually trans.): im burach do thene . . . .i. cin in tenid (? -ed) adannai, Laws i 170.21 Comm. de aibritiud atarann in tene muindtir cluana mac Nois from the moment when the fire burned the monks of C.(?), Mon. Tall. 162.25 (§ 85) . conid on tene sin ro hadnad cach primtene i nHérinn, Dinds. 7 ( RC xv 297 ). adantar tene coisecra leo, Anecd. iii 34.9 . acloid adannuigh caindle, O'D. 2192 ( Nero A. vii fo. 134a ). bruth aeoir . . . no adannfad in domun, CCath. 1030 . amal diaid thúsi adantar i n-edpairt duit, PH 7109 . Nás aga do hadhnadh `he has burned Naas', Studies 1920, 418.16 . teine . . . ní hé Día adhnas í, Párl. na mB. 3296 . adhantor ┐ shoillsigther . . . ē (of a torch), Fl. Earls 34.z . causes to blush: créad lér hadhnadh a ghruaidh ghlan, TD 8.31 . gruadh adhanta nár hadhnadh `a glowing cheek that never was made to blush', 27.42 . illuminates, inspires: recht(t) crettme adannai amail ron(n)gab recht Adamnáin, Críth G. 524 . ra hadnad é . . . o fhis ┐ o fhaistine, TTebe 4144 . ? adainter fri cuimne senchad indraice, Laws iv 140. y .

(b) stirs up, incites: tri oible adannat seirc, Triads 86 . tumais rínd a roisc . . . índ ┐ adnai a serc ina cridiu, BB 414b27 . adantair serc . . . ind oclaich fá hucht din ingin, LL 221a12 . ( TTr. 284 ). fearg ro hadnad tretha de, Ériu xii 190. y (TE2). ro hadh[an]nadh bruth ┐ brígh i cridib na M., CCath. 1884 . rahadandait ferga . . . isna feraib, TTebe 4488 . ro and brónbríg in tan ro dall mōrríg Mide, Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 32 ( LL 184a15 ). gan éinní . . . do adhainfeadh mh' anthoil, Desid. 1099 . glár far hadhnadh oirbhire, DDána 90.16 . Aodh mag Uidhir adhnus goimh `kindler of grief', Gadelica 13 § 16 . osna charad . . . aoibhil adhanas anbhuain `spark enkindling restlessness', Ó Bruad. ii xvi 1 . . ná hadhain troid, Dánfhocail 176 . roghaimh Dé do hadhnadh as the great anger of God was kindled from it (of Pharaoh's destruction in the Red Sea), DDána 31.12 . laogh ar shlabhradh ghlas 'n-a ghlaic / ar hadhnadh as do b'orrdhraic i.e. what resulted from it was famous, 80.26 .

(c) sets going, begins (cf. ad-aig): baithes Pátraic prímdae / adrannad i n-hÉre, Fél. Apr. 5 . .i. ro tindscnad, Fél.² lxxi gl. 5 . ro hadhnadh a cluichi caintech `his funeral games were started', RC xxiv 184.16 . adrand (atrann, adhrann v.l.) a theora eigme ass, Fing. R. 562 ( LL 270b44 ). But see ? ad-ranna.

(d) Intrans. cia lin na retlann adrann how many stars shone? SR 7921 . in trath adnus in re, Celtica ii 75.171 . adhnaidh teach don toigh re a thaoibh, TD 1.46 . is andsan alt cétna adnus an tesga, O'Gr. Cat. 300.37 . ár is hí an aibhill assa nadhana breo (of a poet), O'D. 1217 (H 2. 15, p. 85a). adannaid ann . . . accobar na flatha nemdai, PH 5466 . ro aghain ┐ ro áirdéirigh cogadh, ALC i 2.15 . Perh. also: m'athair ba húa do Abrám / int Abram adrann o chein / nir bunad fann do Challdéib, SR 3303 . cain adrann cach tucht rothecht / intan ruc in primchinnecht (of Jacob), 2919 .

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2 án

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 2 án or dil.ie/3242
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adj o, ā. See O'Rahilly, EIHM 286 ff. Pokorny, Jn. Celt. Stud. i 129 - 130 . I fiery, bright, glowing: saigtea ana gl. sagitas . . . ardentes, Ml. 24c3 . cosind saigit áin, 133a4 . ar licc áin tentidi, TBC-LL¹ 3384 . Appar. also in compd. derc (= derg?)-á.¤ : for licc dercain, RC xi 444.25 . amal sladar iasc mbrec for licc dergáin co sústaib iarind, LU 8655 ( FB 48 ). uaim ifirn áin fiery(?), Ériu ii 229 § 6 . grían á.¤ (or similar phrase) frequ. used of a person: ān grīan grīssach / goires brēoda B., Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 15 . in grían á.¤ (of Moling), Fél. June 17 . lassar gréne áne (of St. Patrick), Mar. 17. Cf. Senac[h] á.¤ mar oebill, Gorm. Feb. 11 . Perh. also: buidne ana do ainglib shining(?), LU 1993 ( FA 6 ). áes án bright (or splendid) folk applied to otherworld people and synonymous with áes síde: aes á.¤ nó sithc[h]aire, O'Dav. 1600 . do brigh go millthighe leisan aois áin (sic) no leisna siodh-bhruighibh gach mac, BNnÉ 164.4 . Cf. poc aosáin `a fairy stroke', RC iv 178 .

In more general sense as eulogistic adj. brilliant, splendid, glorious: an .i. uasal, O'Cl. hān flaith for Temair, Ériu xvi 147.15 . dend Eoganacht áin sin, Fél. Oct. 20 . Ailill á.¤ , TBC-LL¹ 483 . a Emer á.¤ folt-buide, LU 3946 ( SCC 44 ). it āna ind ōic, TBC-I¹ 165 . ni rubaim níth n-erred n-á.¤ , LU 6230 (TBC). gillai óca ána airegda, MU² 74 . co trebur co caomar cembedha ana airccecha, O'D. 2201 ( Nero A vii, 140a ). amais ana immglicca, Alex. 3 . Of a place: Emain á.¤ , LL 7515 . Ailbhe Imligh áin, Cog. 96.27 . Of water: ri c[ria]thras usce n-an n-úar, SR 41 . for in n-ocian n-ucht-lethan n-á.¤ , Auraic. 5353 . Very frequ. as epithet of Ireland: ōs Ēirinn āin, Bruchst. 56 § 125 . Hérend áine, Metr. Dinds. iv 150.8 , etc. Of feats, games: co clessaib ana, TBC-LL¹ 1851 . na cleasa ána iolordha, ITS xxiv 46.34 . bá há.¤ aircech aibind nobítis láith gaile . . . isin tig sin, LU 10131 . Of speech , etc. mad sulbair ┐ mad á.¤ in precept `brilliant', Wb. 8a5 . ba suī, ba ān, ba airdirc, Bruchst. 41 § 7 . ogh-briathra ána, MR 160.7 .

Appar. also swift, speedy (see O'Rahilly loc. cit. and p. 517 ): for a ndíb neachaibh ána udmalla, AFM vi 1920.18 . rogres a eochu ana athloma, TTebe 2862 . fer á.¤ athlamh, TBC-LL¹ 5324 . am tren, am an, am athlum, IT i 141.19 . confacatar na cet[h]a ana imtroma ┐ na casrac[h]a ana imluat[h]a, CCath. 4953 . tucadar cuir ana athluma d'aroile, CF 491 . Hence in glossaries: a.¤ .i. luath ut est airgiu ána .i. it luatha do airrechtain, O'Dav. 13 . a.¤ .i. ésgaid no luath, O'Cl. fir conoencosaibh ana (.i. luatha) (: lāna), Leb. Gab.(i) 52.1 .

Compar. is áiniu dúibsi a n-asbiursa `it is nobler for you what I say', Wb. 5a10 . dírimm bas choímiu ná bess áiniu, TBFr. 47 . ? is edh doberiud bruith isna hōgaib no-gontais ann, comtar aniu iarnauārach, RC xii 94 § 123 . co nād būi i fēin Find [fer] bad áiniu ┐ bad escaidiu ō sain [im]mach `swifter', Four Songs 22.7 .

Superl. is é rí as ánem ┐ as ordnidhem . . . tánic in domun uile, BDD² 1070 . In phrase in tan ba háinem (do) x when x was at the height of his performance, at his best: intan ba hánem dó, BDD 109 . in tan tra ba h-aínium doib beith for sin luindi sin when their anger was at its fiercest, BB 437b26 . an tan ba háinemh dona Gallaibh foran abairt atrubhramor, Hugh Roe 36.11 (fo. 10a) . an tan bá h-aínemh dóibh isuidhe `when they were here making merry', AFM v 1862.17 . Compar. used as superl.: in tráth rop ániu doib oc ól when their feast was at its height, LL 14637 . intan ba haniu flaith Cuirc hi Caisiul, Anecd. iii 59.30 . in tan tra b'aine in gleo sin when that noise was at its height, Aen. 2830 . in tan tra ba h-aine ic tafann na fiadmil, 727 . in tan ba haine do o[c] cathugadh fri lucht na long, BB 419a8 .

Adv. gabait ar a ól co h-á.¤ , LL 207b15 . go hā.¤ , ZCP viii 115 § 28 . nert Erenn ni gab co han, Fen. 64.19 . ? ro gerradh . . . co roan .i. co ro-luath, Leb. Gab.(i) 102 n.2 .

II As subst. glory, splendour, etc. orgin. o, n. ni ain something of splendour, Auraic. 1585 . Aimirgen indse Gáedel / ar n-ór, ar n-á.¤, ar n-óebel `our glory', Ériu iv 136.18 . As o, m. splendid person: gach á.¤ is éigeas, Keat. ii 1752 ( BB 43a 56 ).

Compds. ? ¤-bó: caeca an bó a hO. ` fine cows ', Leb. Cert. 64.1 . ¤-breó bright flame , Fél. June 2 . ¤-chainnel bright torch : da ánchaindil gascid Gaedel, TBC-LL¹ 3771 ( LL 10730 ) = anch., 3769 ( 10729 ). ? ¤-chend: doluid Eocho anchend ed, LL 375a28 (no rhyme). la hEochaid Ānchend, ZCP xi 65 § 16 . ¤-ḟer: bītis āinfir (: fáilid) maille frim glorious men, Ériu ii 95 § 4 . ¤-loise: dā ānloise `splendid flames' (of heroes), TBC-I¹ 3313 . ¤-rí splendid king: Maicc Cairpri, cāine ānrīg, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 18 § 2 . ¤-spirut: án spirut nóeb nert nime `splendid holy spirit', Thes. ii 351.2 (Hy. vi). ? ¤tengthaid clear spokesman: antengtaid ardafeith 'it is a clear spokesman who tends it' Peritia v 88 (k) . ? feithem fri hantenguidh timgair gell comgrad 'attending to the clear spokesman who summons the pledge of those of equal rank' CIH vi 2223.4 , Peritia v 104 .

caindel

Cite this: eDIL s.v. caindel or dil.ie/7800
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Forms: coinneal

n ā, f. (Lat. candela). coinneal f., IGT Decl. § 54 . candle, light : c.¤ a caindela .i. ōn chainnill, Corm. Y 272 . adand oc cainnill .i. deróil oenchainnell bec hi farrad cainle more, LU 333 . solus be choindell may the candle shine, Corp. Gen. 189 note . c.¤ for caindelbrai, Críth G. 181 . tri imglaice do cainnlib cona toimsib techtaib . . . tumud na cainnell a [n]geir, ZCP xiv 355 § 13 ( Laws ii 250 - 52 ). go secht coinnlibh ordoibh, Blathm. 222 . cainebar . . . / lethdeog fri caindli sorcha by candle-light , Anecd. i 14.16 ( SCano 480 ). íar feis fri caindlib sorchuib, Lament 100 § 22 . boltnogud cind óenchainle dina cainlib sin, LU 2059 ( FA 13 ). gaibid in tene an cainnil, O'Mulc. 20 . dligid sin Brīan tūs coindle, ZCP viii 231 § 24 . fulaiṅg c.¤ d'airi marb, LL 27866 . féil Muire na ccoinnell Candlemass , BNnÉ 61 § 81 . Prov. niba coindel fó dabaich dogén dímm, Trip.² 530 (cf. Matthew v 15 etc.). do las an choinnil, IGT Verbs § 121 .

Of the use of candles in the ceremony of excommunication: cuirther fa choinnlibh an mart i necclasaibh an choitcinn `the heifer was put under the candles in the churches of the community (i.e. the thieves were excommunicated)', ZCP x 20 n.7 . gan chúrsa coinne chum cuinneal do bháthadh i.e. he did not fight a duel that would incur excommunication, Hackett² xliii 98 . tug . . . coinle báite ar bhuidhnibh, xxxvi 93 . See also caindelbáthad, etc.

In fig. and transferred senses. Of persons shining light, paragon, hero etc. : in ch.¤ do muintir Dé . . . .i. Senán Insi Cathaig, Trip.² 2426 . ceithre condli Críst (of the Evangelists), KMMisc. 256.16 . da ánchaindil gascid Gædel, TBC-LL¹ 3771 . ba c.¤ cecha claisse the light of every assembly (of an abbot), Bruchst. 53 § 118 . M. mac A. . . . coinnel enig ┐ engnama, Ann. Conn. 1232. 8 . c.¤ cacha hairechta re t'eladhain, Acall. 7752 . is í an bhanóg . . . / coinneall chéire, Aithd. D. 99.9 . Of weapons (see Fraech 21 n. ) : cúicroth óir ┐ c.¤ rígthaigi úas cach ae (of a spear), BDD² 882 . caindell rígthaige na láim go féthanaib argait ┐ co fonascaib óir, TBC-LL¹ 5190 . is hí in t-ṡleg atchondaic ina láim in Ch. Chuscraid, 5226 . da chaindill gaiscid di ṡlegaib coicrinnechaib illáim cech ḟir díb, TFerbe 29 . in Ch. Nuadat, name of a shield, LL 12511 ( Ériu iv 28 § 17 ). Various: is sí c.¤ ardustá / in lía lógmar, LU 3688 ( SCC 33 ). do chonnac dá choinnil naomh / . . . / éasga is . . . / an ghrian, Dán Dé xxix 23 . cainnle na mbalg mbuan, SG 245.41 `the stalks (of the birch) that bear the constant pods', ii 278 .

In legal contexts: fir as caindell incoisc hi suithghernsa set `a proof [witness?] which is a candle of demonstration', BCrólige 58 . atait secht fiadnaise . . . ite secht mbeocaíndle and so forosnad gae cach rig, Laws iv 52.9 . mataid fiadhin ann, a dul fein do cannill rem soillsi, co rabidar na turbaidh sin ann to the person who swears first(?), Laws i 300.33 Comm. ( ZCP xv 328 note ). caindell atai in gléfisa, 36.29 Comm. teora cainnle .i. naidm ┐ rath ┐ fiadnaise, O'Curry 468 ( H 3.18, 246 ). teora coindle co agu athcomairc .i. do berar dilsi a feraind uadha ó faisincidter (sic) in treighe taitnemach so amail cainnill fais, O'D. 1958 ( Eg. 90, 7 (8)ab ). in c.¤ in cuirmtig[i] fon mud cétna ma táit fiadhain and secib cainnel do gnét di, is a bith air, ┐ maine fuilet fiadain and, is a dénam don fir amuig conid cainnel duthrachta, ┐ a beth air, O'D. 1657 ( H 5.15, 22b ).

In names of plants: molena .i. in coinneall Muiri, ACL i 326 § 44 . blionia molena adhon in coinneall muire, RC ix 227 . cainneall Mhuire the herb mullen, torch-weed, or high- taper, P. O'C. roisg ar snuadh na gcoinnleadh gcorr, A. Ó Dálaigh x 3 and note.

Compds. ¤báthad, see separate article. da ḟer móra gaindelderca (caindeldercai, v.l.) with blazing eyes, TBC-LL¹ 4395 . a Condlai . . . muinbrec cainelderg, LU 10006 ; 'ruddy like a candle' (play on the name Condlae Rúad) CMCS xxx 49 n. 30 . cæca cloidim . . . coindelgorm, ZCP xiii 175.23 . a Chlidna chaindel-grúad, Metr. Dinds. iii 212.34 .

dind

Cite this: eDIL s.v. dind or dil.ie/16579
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n u, n. a nd.¤ , Sg. 63a13 . dinn mbera (n. loc.?), SG 148.17 . Originally a spike, a point? Cognate with ON tindr spike, tooth, mountain-peak. Cf. mō nā cliab co dendaib dēs a basket with spikelets i.e. ears of corn, BB 402b8 .

(a) height, hill: [d]inn ainm gach druimne, Metr. Gl. p. 17 . pridchaiss fri dē i ndinnib (glossed i telchaib), Hy. ii 28 ( Thes. ii 315 ). dionn .i. tulach nó cnoc, O'Cl. d.¤ .i. cnoc, Lec. Gl. 83 . dinn tulach ┐ dinna tulcha, O'Dav. 743 . dinn .i. ard nó cleth[e], 649 . isé in cnocc mór mó cach d.¤ , Metr. Dinds. iii 180 . ith ┐ blicht for cach d.¤ on every height, LL 200b48 . sab suithe cech d.¤ on every eminence, ACC 26 ( RC xx 168 ). senchas d.¤ Erenn inso, RC xv 277 . bla cethra d.¤ a hill constitutes an exemption as regards (lit. of) cattle, Laws iii 296.11 . rí os cach airm os cach dinn, SR 209 . rí . . . tuarcgab cach d.¤ dia dulb, 7438 . rosiacht d.¤ richid the hill (fortress?) of heaven, 2099 . iscorsit . . . for d.¤ flatha finde, Fél. May 17 . bit áird úas d.¤ fhlatha they will be high above the Kingdom's height, Prolegomena 155 . sliab Sióin ina d.¤ uasu, LB 157b35 . gan mheath cnuais ar choll ndatha | . . . | . . . ar gach dionn, Content. xxx § 19 .

(b) fortified hill, walled or fortified town, citadel, stronghold: a ṅdind suthul á nomen gl. oppidum Suthul, Sg. 63a13 . D.¤ Map Lethain. . . . .i. Dūn Maic Liathain, Corm. Y 883 . D.¤ Tradui .i. dūn tredūi, 883 . Babilōin d.¤ rochumtaig Nīn, ZCP iii 18.33 . d.¤ dianid ainm Ilia, TTr. 1014 ( LL 231a9 ). dochum denna ┐ rigimscingi Príaím, 1845 ( LL 241b ). Toghail dénna Arimin annso sís, CCath. 382 . iar n-indriud in denda, BB 424a41 . rig-dinn Bresail Bregamain, Metr. Dinds. ii 80 . ar na dindaib rocumdaiged leo i nErinn, Lec. 576a6 . gur gabsat dí chathair déc dia ndinndaib (or for dind[g]naib?) dithoghlaidi, ZCP i 398 . breó dar dinna a torch over fortresses, AFM an. 898 = AU 902 (poem). d.¤ betha the world (lit. the fortress of the world): nocon fhuair for d.¤ betha acht tri locha, LL 5b35 (`on the fort of Bith', Leb. Gab.(i) 62 ). Cf. d.¤ domuin, SR 866 . Fig. of a person a citadel, an eminence, a towering figure: d.¤ oc libur leigdocht he was an eminence in the book of the law (of C.C.) .i. no forcanad libru rechta co clethi, ACC § 27 . Drongach Doile d.¤ gaile, Rawl. 85a1 . an dionn eagnaid is geal gníomh, Ó Bruad. ii 136 . Of a notable event climax: Dinda na Tāna so sis .i. Caladgleo Cethirn, Fīacalgleō Fintain, etc., TBC-I¹ 2747 .

(c) stead, notable place: na tri dinna .i. Síd in Broga ┐ Duma na nGiall ┐ Dun Crimthain, Dinds. § 3 ( RC xv 291 ). do dindaib Ua ṅAmalgaid annso .i. Carnn Amalgaid ┐ Tir Amalgaid ┐ Fearsad Threisi, Dinds. § 135 (RC xvi). hi maig Find . . . mórtha d.¤ the spot was ennobled, Metr. Dinds. iii 394 .

(d) mansion, court: dinna na n-ingen . . . for fiarláit in dúnaidh, ZCP i 372 . bit cethra dinna anorcha acu soin, 368 .

(e) pinnacle, peak: eclais iar na cúmtach o cholomnaib ┐ o dinnaib ardaib, LB 159a57 . no foghluaisiond . . . dar dendaibh agus dar droibelaibh, TBC-LL¹ 5620 (Stowe).

(f) In nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.

(g) Used figur. in amplificative sense foll. by gen. of definition: bid bláith do deog a d.¤ chuirn from a mighty goblet (?), Ériu iv 106.8 . d.¤ chuirn, ACL iii 307 § 20 . ? conusaicet in scoith ndimoir | d.¤ comart[h]a tire tarngire a prominent sign (?) (of the land of promise) (but see below under compds.), ZCP x 410 . sé 's a drúth, ba d.¤ dīrmma a striking cavalcade, BColm. 88. 19 .

(h) as adj. agreeable, pleasant : dinn .i. aibhinn, O'Dav. 735 . d.¤ .i. cnoc no uasal nó aibind, Lec. Gl. 83 . dinn .i. aibind, Stowe Gl. 69 . sephainn co grinn ceol (sic leg., coel, text) nglain ṅgil | bái a thoirm d.¤ fo secht nimib, SR 2160 . na sáraig Samuel fáith find | congab grad núalnar náebdind, 6026 . ? dá fagur tairisi dind, Celtica xiii 12.203 .

Compds. ¤bile a lofty old tree: ronfáema ar dinnbile (of Christ), SR 8223 . a rí na ríg, is tú mo dín mo dinnbile, IT iii 41 . ¤brat a mighty cloak (?): cet each ndonn ndindbrataibh (dínbhrataibh, LL). BB 278b16 . ¤chomartha a prominent sign: gur ferad cith cruaid-ger cloithnechta dinncomartha ármuigh dferaib Erend (cf. MR 236 where O'Don. from another MS. reads, probably rightly, d'innchomarta), LL 410b7 . ¤chor: a mighty setting forth (?), a great enumeration (?): ni fail do dainib . . . | nech thucas tria dindchur de | na fail d'ingnud lam rígse, SR 335 . ¤fher a notable man: Dímman derrit d., Gorm. June 27 . ¤fhogal plundering of fortresses (?): mór . . . leath-truim díth is dionn-fhoghla, Keat. Poems 996 . ¤gére: ar a d., IT iii 189 . ¤mall (?): dognith la Finnbarr . . . cumtach d. daigfethal, SG 84.37 . ¤mór: dia fúair deg-raind dindmóir | i crích Sengaind a noble share of strong places (?), Metr. Dinds. iii 298 . ¤ogam fortress-ogham (technical gramm. term): dinnogam .i. aicme bethi .i. Bruiden, Lifi, Femin, Scolae, Nemthend, Auraic. 5687 . ¤orc[h]aill: Donadhach dindorcaill a noble protection (?), AFM i 516 . ¤roga: a high choice, something noble or pre-eminent: mac fial Finnloga . . . | dim (leg. dia?) cech dindrogha dliges `to whom is due every choice honour', Lism. L. 3470 . ¤shenchas history of notable places (lit. hill-lore), topography, legendary lore: inn eól dúib a d.? LL 152b9 . feib adfét in súidi snas, | is desin a d., Metr. Dinds. ii 44 . ba suithe in cach dindsenchas, LU 657 (ACC). friscomarca filed .i. duili berla ┐ dínshenchus ┐ primscéla hÉrend, IT iii 50 . is cuman lim . . . dindsenchas clainne Adaim, LL 376b35 . d. na cnocc ┐ na tulach, Acall. 4788 . re táib dindsenchais cach cnuic, 2436 . dubláidi dindshenchais dait, Metr. Dinds. iii 20 . nobiad aici a fhis dindsheanchais cach inaid sund, YBL 195a20 . a shenchaidhi . . . na fhochair ┐ sé ag déanamh dinnshenchais na criche reimhe dho, ITS v 28 .

éirgid

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Forms: éirgis, -é(i)rig, -é(i)rgesta(i)r, -é(i)rgiset, -éirgset, é(i)rgetar, -érigedar, -éricheadar, é(i)reóch-, eirgēb-, éireb-, éirég-, éirigf-, -éir, -éirgenn, éirig, eirg, airg, ni hergithar

v (from prototonic stem of at-reig (as-reig)). The conjugation is irreg.; pret. 3 s. éirgis ( PH . MacCongl. 47.13 . TD 20.34 ). -é(i)rig ( LL 265b24 , 296b42 , etc. TBC-LL¹ . PH . CCath. TSh. ) -é(i)rgesta(i)r ( TTebe 928 . 1950 . Ir. Monthly 1921, 27 § 16 ). pl. -é(i)rgiset, -éirgset, LL 299a48 . 301b44 . Metr. Dinds. iv 44.17 ). é(i)rgetar ( PH . TTebe ). -érigedar, -éricheadar ( TTebe ). fut. é(i)reóch- ( PH . CCath. Aen. TSh. ). eirgēb- ( YBL 173a28 = LL 149b37 ). éireb- ( Maund. 82 = éirég- ?). érech- ( LB 257b ). éirigf- ( PH ). As pres. ind. 3 s. conj. -éir is found ( Ir. Monthly 1919, 4 . TD 22a5 ), as well as -éirgenn. For the impv. éirig, freq. in sense go (e.g. TSh. 5048 ), cf. 1 téit (O. Ir. imp. eirg, M.Ir. airg). Impers. pres. ind. ni hergithar, LL 150a12 .

(a) rises, stands up: ergis suas, MacCongl. 59.6 . éirghid romham they rise before me (in respect) TD 25.17 . tusa atá at chodladh, éirigh = surge qui dormis TSh. 1697 . éireóchad ┐ rachad i ndáil mh' athar = surgam et ibo 8836 . Of rising from table: ó ól do éirigh, TD 29.38 ; 9.33 . Of recovery from illness: ésium ga leiges i Cruachain risin ré sin. acus in lá thancatar...is é sin lá ra érig sium, TBC-LL¹ 6141 . mur gabus eslainti duine... ┐ aithnid a caraid nách ereocha, Maund. 167.82 . da n-ergersa if I recover Fier. 63 . Springs up, appears: ro ergestar bolga for a gruaidib, Laws iv 16.16 Comm. bail a n-ereocha in muc sin romhut, Aen. 1807 . eirgebaid uilc woes shall arise YBL 173a28 = LL 149 b37 . co n-eirged a guairi... amal fhidbaid osa cind `his bristles rose' (of a boar) TTebe 869 . ra gabustar aduath...an gilla co ra ergestair a fholt, 928 . Of the sun rising: ro erig grian seach imellbord talman, TTebe 2195 . Of wind, storm: ro eiridh ainmḟine...a sruth Ismen, 3620 . ní éir gaoth nach gluais mh'intinn, Studies 1921, 75 .

(b) of resurrection: is ann ro erig a bás, LB 158a47 . erigfet-sa o marbu, PH 2278 . trias a n-érechat a talmain i lló bratha, LB 257b41 . Parrth. Anma 115.8 . Luc. Fid. 67.18 .

(c) arises, mounts upwards, ascends, soars: 's an Éirne dá n-éir ealta and the Erne from which bird-flocks arise GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 4 . cáit ar éirigh uaim d'eitill TD 39.13 . ar eitil ni éir (of a bird), Rel. Celt. ii 228.31 . Of liquids, etc.: sreabh nach éair tar fiodhruigh bhfeaoir TD ii 263.35 . go n-éirghe fuil ós na formnaibh, TD 16.67 . éireóchaidh bréantas as a gconablaighibh = ascendet fetor TSh. 1286 . TTebe 4852 . é.¤ tar rises over, crosses over: eirgid tairis aniar climb out over him (of a sleeping giant) Mer. Uil. 64 = BB 445b33 .

(d) grows up, matures: cech mét no erged ┐ no oirbredh (of an infant) BB 239b4 . gach duine eirghius gurub cum saethair tigid... ┐ gach lenamh teid d'éc co tét a Parthus, Maund. 263 .

(e) of noise, manifestations of passion, anger, grief, joy, etc.: ro ergestar...sestan ┐ seiseilbi, TTebe 1950 . go n-éireócha mh' ḟoltonus re maithibh ch. gC. that my resentment shall arise against TD 3.51 . cás fár éirigh eólchoire 20.37 . briocht díbhḟeirge 'na ghnúis... | gá cúis ór éirigh? 8.30 . ro erig menma in miled o'tchualaich na stuccu 'ca senm, TTebe 1425 . do eirigh meanma mhór a gclainn D. their spirits rose ML 8.28 . combáidh as a n-éir anbhuain, TD i p. lxxxiii n. 1 . Cf. olc báigh do éirigh orthaibh, TD 26.19 .

(f) rises in hostility, takes up arms, rebels; attacks: ergid co hoband dochum bar namad, TTebe 1120 . ro erich cach dib dochum a cheli, 2535 . ereochdaid let a n-aigid Tuirrn, Aen. 1899 . YBL 337 b25 = Celt. Rev. iv 12 - 15 . éireóchaid leis líon a dtionóil, TD 16.17 . suil fuair adhbhar far éirigh a reason for rebellion 18.2 ; 20.47 .

(g) starts up; arises and sets forth, proceeds: a hEmain éirgset na slúaig | dar Loch F., Metr. Dinds. iv 44.17 . ro erig F. ┐ a ḟiann...et rogabsat rompo, LL 296 b42 (RC xiii 44.14). 301b44 ( RC xiii 15.17 ). a Ḟ., inn érgi ri báig 296b30 ( RC xiii 44.12 ). eiridh do Teib `arise and go to T.' TTebe 3558 . ra ergedar uili...co hArgas `set out for Argos' 1281 . ro ericheadar...do digail Menelipuis, TTebe 3346 . eirig romat co Teib, 4792 . éirghis roimhe ar raon madhma, A. Ó Dálaigh l 11 . eirig d'adlucud na nabach `arise and come to bury' TTebe 4785 . na herig in turus teigi `do not begin the journey on which thou goest' 4173 . lá éigin dar éirghiosdar ar tulaigh, Ir. Monthly 1921, 27 . lá n-aon dar éirigh C. amach ar each do thaisteal an ḟuinn, Keat. ii 4700 . lá dar éirigh sé amach...do shiubhal, TSh. 5034 . do eiridh A. as an teint amach, Rel. Celt. ii 196.12 . eirgit d' faixin Chaisléin A., Fl. Earls 66.27 . eirghit go tegh oile, 70.14 ; 22.15 ; 36.6 . na heirgeadh uait E. `let not E. escape from thee' ML 94.3 . Imper. éirigh don mhainistir, TSh. 5048 . éirigh, umhluigh thú féin, Proverbs vi 3 . eirgit...a ttir a mbaili bheag `landed' Fl. Earls 92 y . Cf. do cuir...slegh tri...luirigh Sir G., ┐ ro eirigh an slegh as ┐ ni derna si dith dia curp rebounded (?) ZCP vi 29 y .

(h) with various prepp.

é.¤ a(s) abandons: intí eirges as a firt, O'Dav. 967 . Laws iv 126. Comm.

é.¤ de renounces, gives up, forsakes: éirigh do Mhuire renounce Mary A. Ó Dálaigh l 19 . éireóchad dí, Hackett xxvi 75 .

é.¤ do

(1) springs up at, attacks; meets ; dála na nGall...ro eirigh Ua F. ┐ Mac M. doibh, AFM iii 234.8 . do chuaidh tarsa...no gur heirgedh dhó ar tóchar an longpuirt `was not attacked until he had reached' 576.4 . go n-eireóighdís dhó `would rise against him' ML 66.10 .

(2) befalls, happens to: mar do éirigh don lóchrann how the torch had been affected Fl. Earls 34.25 . mar do éirigh doip a ttaep a riastala `how it happened they were arrested' 22.7 . gur eirigh buaidhirt ┐ aineolus fairrgi doibh, 24.24 .

é.¤ le (re) nech increases or thrives with, benefits one; one succeeds (in), prospers: an t-ionadh i n-éir le neach | a mhaoin do bheith ar biseach where one succeeds in increasing his wealth TD 22a5 . ní thainic aonmhac...as mó lér éirigh do ṡén serbhisi ina an Sir U. sin, AFM v 1736.2 . an dream ré n-éirgheann acfuinn ionnmhusa `to whom a quantity of wealth accrues' TSh. 9980 . do éirigh iomad áithis leis he had great success Keat. ii 2530.653 .

é.¤ eter (a quarrel) arises between: do eirigh aturra they came to blows Ériu iii 166 § 23 .

é.¤ fo overcomes (?): ná heirgheadh fúd muirn Mhuiris, GF, Ir. Monthly 1919, 512 .

(i) transitive (?); cf. crēt ērgius Pichan? why does P. rise? MacCongl. 59.8 . But cf. cia ar rét, Ml. 48b2 .

gríanaid

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v ā (grían) suns, warms in the sun: grīansum grīan, cāin cainnel may the sun, a fair torch, shine on me, ZCP x 347 § 16 . Vn.: nísfagbad a grīanad il-lō nō a thōcbáil i n-aidche it used not to get its sunning by day, MacCongl. 11.20 . is fair nobitis eōin Ērenn oc a ngrīanadh 'the birds of Ireland used to be sunning themselves upon it', ITS xxxix 20 § 220 (of Mag nElta).

1 ide

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n a torch , candle: ide .i. cainneal, O'Dav. 1208. i.¤ ondī as aedo, O'Mulc. 707.

lasamain

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i (cf. lasaid)

I As adj.

(a) inflammable : tene . . . do foloman crīn lasamhain di chrund gescach, MacCongl. 125.34 . etrom lasomuin gl. sicut stipullam .i. instabiles `flimsy', Thes. i 3.25 . ni lassamain cech n-oenchrand, TBC-LL¹ 2346.

(b) blazing, gleaming. Of flame, light: supu lasamna do escairt crín, LB 127a32 . ilimud do drithlennaib lasamna `flaming sparks', Stair Erc. 1709 . lesbaire l.¤ , MR 240.1 . ro cuir refead l.¤ fon coccladh, CCath. 3333 . aoibhle loma lasamhna, Aithd. D. 49.34 . Freq. in phr. lóchrann l.¤ blazing torch : go lochrannaibh lasamhnaibh . . . ar comhlasadh, AFM vi 2296.14 . Applied to persons: pailm do mhórchrann . . . / 'n-a lóchrann lonn lasamhoin (of leader), O'Hara 1148 . go bhfuil . . . 'na lóchrann lasamhoin (of St. Augustine), Desid. 4629. So also with láem: ina laem loinrech l.¤ `a burning blazing . . . throng', Ann. Conn. 1256.6 . Of armour, etc.: taidleach na n-arm limtha l.¤ , TTebe 978 . co n-ócaib dubartacha . . . co n-idna ruad lassamain, TBC-LL¹ 5325 . in lann limtha l.¤ . . . lan-taithnemhach, MR 300.8 . ar na letrad . . . do claidbib lainnerda lasanna (leg. lasamna), Cog. 190.12 . Other applications: lec logmar lasamuin, TTebe 318 . ropa lassamna lánálli na llega da ralínait na laechdorais, LL 227a33 ( TTr. 741 ). súile . . . luinneardha . . . lasamna, ZCP i 127.27 . brat l.¤ lochar-bláith uime, Acall. 3488 v.l. Cf. lassamuin b[īad] doligthe, Ériu vii 6.y ( lasamna biad boiligthe, 199.22 ).

(c) Other applications. Of warrior fierce : in leoman lassamain lond, TBC-LL¹ 4184 . ba lond lassamain lán dían Lamidon, LL 225b19 ( TTr. 543 ). trí cēt lāech lasamuin lángēr, Fianaig. 76.5 . sithbe l.¤ loinnfergach, Ériu viii 56.27 . dreagain . . . lasamhna, TD 9.5 . In mock n.pr.: Nel mac Laich L.¤ , Anecd. ii 50.9 . Of emotions, ardent, keen: lasomain ag tabairt luighi gl. is essomain noillach `on fire to take an oath', Ériu xi 174.x = O'Curry 2488 ( Eg.88, 39(40)d ), O'Dav. 781. oighre diongmhála an grádha lasamhuin, Parrth. Anma 23. maille re h-indtinn lasamhain, ITS xxix 123.34 . Criosd do iomchar croichi a pheine lasamhna fein, 154.18 . Adv.: an conach neamhdha do shanntachadh co lasamhain `ardenter', ITS xxix 109.20 .

II As subst. inflammable material : na fríth da chrín ┐ do lassamain ┐ da gualach, MU² 810 . fochnod .i. fochondud, l.¤ dobeir ( doberar, Corm. 20 ) for teinid, Corm. Y 591.

2 lóichet

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Forms: lúaich-, lóchat, lúach-, luachait

n Also lúaich-, lóchat, lúach-. nt, n., GOI § 325 . Later o, m. g s. luachait, Ériu ii 138 § 124.

(a) (flash of) lightning, gleam or ray of light: atomriug indiu . . . / déne lóchet, Thes. ii 355.27 (Patrick's Hy., glossed .i. lassrach). is brígach a llóchet `their lustre', Fél. Jan. 26 (.i. is saignen no is sutrall). lúaichet fer ngablach fíangalach, BDD² 305 (`flashing of . . .' n. 0 ). for-osnai líth lúaichet, 1040 (`a light that illumines a feast(?)', Glossary s.v. líth). ilar na ndubdlúm ┐ na ndublúachat, LU 2422. ticfat luaichthi lasracha / ticfat toirne, SR 8037 . lochait [la] bl[o]edmand crand, RC xxvi 46.1 . lochait immdai tenntide ┐ torann, Ériu ii 196 § 10 . dracoin . . . dogluasset cichnaig inna torand ┐ doinfidet luachtiu di lessaibh sell, 110 § 29.

(b) Some kind of lamp or torch : lóchet (marked on the plan of the Tech Midchúarda), LL 3664 (distinguished from lassar, 3644 ). loichet .i. cainnell no sutrall no lasair, O'Dav. 1170 . loichead .i. saighnén nó lasair, no séd solasda .i. slighe solasda, O'Cl. loichead .i. cainneall, no lochrann, ibid.

(c) Fig. of a distinguished person or place: lóchet epscoip (epscop, v.l.) Ibair, Fél. Apr. 23 . loichet laindrech (of St. Caecilia), Nov. 22. l.¤ laindrech lígach (of Ferns). Prol. 197 ( .i. locharn, Fél.² xxv 14 ). Cf. lóichett a chloth, Ériu xiii 41.11 . ? mesa lochet lethcheard . . . .i. meisemnaigther . . . so co solus [dó], O'D. 1220 ( H 2.15A, 86a ).

Cf. gaim-lóchet s.v. 1 gaim, SCano 281n. ; Éigse xi 79 and luchait.

othan

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n f. a word of obscure meaning, found in poetic and cryptic lang., perh. stone, (? clay, soil) or burial-chamber, grave? ? otan, uait rugad a ḟot (ḟót?), Corm. Y 1034. Esp. in g s. in the expression: adba othna, a kenning for `grave': adba othna .i. adba huath-uinne .i. uath ūir ┐ ond cloch .i. adba uire ┐ cloiche, Corm. Y 80 = adba othnoe, Corm. p. 5 ; cf. O'Dav. 1323 (othna). na hí bíte fri handgaibh | foce[i]rd i n-adhboidh n-othna he casts into the grave (?), Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 93 § 24 . i n[adbai] n-othrai [leg. n-othnai], RC xxvi 26 § 94 ( .i. i n-adbai uath-uinni, LL 187b31 ). etir othain ┐ acenn (achend v.l.), ib. § 95 , glossed .i. itir in cainnell ┐ in tine between the torch and the fire, O'Dav. 1323 ; eter in n-adnacul ┐ in mesrugud, LL 187b33 ; between the grave and the fire [of Doom]?

The (same?) word is found in place-names: abbas Othnae Mōre, AU 773 (place near Fahan, Co. Donegal). Muru Othna more, LL 347c43 . i nOthain mbic, Rawl. 92c51 . for Oithin bicc, AU 717 ; see Hog. Onom. s.v. Othain .

sutrall

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n ā, f. light, lamp, torch , candle : lochet .i. is saignen no is s.¤ [no] is sét solusta, Fél.² xxxi Jan. 26 . loichet .i. cainnell no s.¤ no lasair, O'Dav. 1170 . sudrall .i. lochrann no solas, O'Cl. sutroll .i. solus, O'Curry 1486 ( H 3.18, 663a ) = Lec. Gl. 114 . ro in[sh]órchaigset a chúicc mér in mag n-uile amal bitis chóic shutralla, Trip.² 1448 , `luminaria', Lat. Lives 17 , `lampades', 53 . ara mbethe ico n-airi co llocharnnaib ┐ sutrullaib in n-aidchi co bráth that they should be watched over with torches and lamps (of relics), Trip.² 2828 . forsin chaindelbrau . . . | forsṁbitis secht sutralla, SR 4344 . cuich . . . | intu nobruindis bannae | nosuildis na sutralla cups . . . into which flowed the drops from the candles, 4348 . s.¤ soillsi īar sin | ūass scriptūir glain gil, Ériu i 39 § 8 . adnad soillsi a sutarlaibh, ZCP v 25 § 7 (= Éigse vi 122 § 7 ). ro hadaintea ann fiche ar chét sútrall n-óir do fhursannad na scor golden lamps, Alex. 702 (= s.¤, BB 494b33 ). fo chosmailius chonnli nó (sic leg.) sutraille, 813 (= sutrailli, BB 497b42 ). viii sutralla glonide for lasad innte (of a church) `glass lamps', ZCP xvii 231.18 . vii mbenda . . . for a mbidis secht sutralla soillsi solusglana, BB 242a44 (sudrall .i. lóchrann, marg. inf.). dream aile . . . re fursunnud na sudrull solusta co slabradaib . . . imfulaing eistib, TTebe 464 . gillae do aes timthirechta Ruadain . . . ┐ suttrall for lasadh lais, BNnÉ 323 § 34 . suttrall adhbhal mhór ` torch ', AFM v 1554.5 . go sudrallaibh solustaibh do chéir `flambeaux', vi 2296.14 .

Of persons: sūdroll art soillsidhi (of Christ), ZCP viii 205.9 . a sudrall tren toguide (to Mary), Ériu i 122.22 . a shútrall adanta o thenid na peccad (the soul to the body), PH 8249 . S.¤ Muighe (of Flann, abbot of Lann Léire), AFM ii 604.2 .

4 tallann

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n [f. ?] flint, tinder, torch (?): t.¤ teined ` briquet ,' RC xliii 94 § 97 . imselustar ... tri beimenna don tallainn (sic leg. ?) ar na clocha, § 98 . tucus tallainn Fiachach ... | ba sed a frithatód (sic leg.) ... | ...gim chulind I brought F'.s tinder-box, its tinder was a sliver of holly, Metr. Dinds. iii 124.53 . cuiris t.¤ chaoírchorcra | ann gach aird don bhrugh red-flaming tinder, Duan. F. i 46 § 16.

tapar

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Forms: tápuir

n (? -á-) o, m. (Eng. taper). IGT Decl. § 17 (71.10) . Also k, f. § 185 . taper, (?) torch : ro chuir ... t.¤ cíara i n-a c[h]luasaib (of Columcille revisiting Ireland), Anecd. iii 1.18 . t.¤ óir go lasair gloin, BNnÉ 132.27 . co tapraibh ... ┐ co lampaib, ZCP vi 52.4 . lampaidhe, ... tapair, coinle, Luc. Fid. 211.10 . tapracha ┐ rigchoindle, D IV 2, 79c5 . tápuir, ITS xxiv 130.35 . do fhráech áig do bí ar a brataigh | ní dho bháidh th.¤ ós Tadhg, IGT Decl. ex. 2094 . buinde taprach nó gu dtáir | cláir shaltrach duinde ní dúin, ex. 2088 .

tóirse

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n io, m. (Eng. torch ) torch : lampaidhe, torsuidhe, tapair, Luc. Fid. 211.10 . go ttōirsigibh comhlasta ciera, Fl. Earls 98.5 . amhuil tóirsi teineadh, Zechariah xii 6.

1 torc

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n o, m.

I

(a) boar: muc Mic Dá-Thó, tlachtmūad t.¤ , Sc.M² § 22 . adgúisiu na tri turcu tercu, Thes. ii 293.4 . géntair amal turcu `they will breed like wild boars,' PRIA xix 550 § 32 . t.¤ quasi porc .i. cendfochras, Corm. Y 1205 . ind lām n-aill oc fuine in tuircc, TBC-I¹ 466 . caire umai hi talla(i) torcc, Críth G. 197 . a chrom-scíath ... i n-a téged t.¤ taiselbtha i n-a tul, TBC-I¹ 1917 . ma ro gata nech do t.¤ orcela airut, Laws i 122.6 Comm. t.¤ allaid wild boar: t.¤ allid gl. aper, Sg. 37b1 . tathich t.¤ allaid a trét, Thes. ii 341.3 . dosennat ... secht torcu alta, TBFr.² 59 . ┐ chroicend tuirc adbail allaid immi ┐ a fhiacla cruaidi croma i lleanmain in croicind sin, TTebe 449 . nar ba luga oltás torcc nallta, PH 7218 . t.¤ eochraide tusked boar ?: no th.¤ n-eocraide, Laws v 442.23 . .i. in t.¤ cusna eochraibh aithi, 444.16 Comm. t.¤ forais domesticated boar: ce(i)thir tuirc ḟorais domestic boars, Críth G. 197 . in t.¤ peta dono, Laws ii 368.15 Comm. (`wohl ein verschnittenen Masteber,' Stud. in E. Ir. Law 35.23 ). t.¤ trethain, tuinne porpoise (cf. muc mara): stáec thuirc na tuinne `male porpoise' (?), RC xiii 46 § 29 . saill tuirc trethain .i. [saill] muici mara, Hib. Min. 47.8 .

(b) In phr. t.¤ tened blaze of fire (cf. 1 morc, tor tened) : atáither t.¤ tened la maccaib Duind Desa, BDD § 69 . ba mór in tene ad-suíthi oc Conaire cach n-aidchi .i. t.¤ cailli, BDD² 585 . rohatad t.¤ trichemrúad mórtheined imme, RC xiii 58.2 .

II chieftain, hero: triath .i. muir ┐ rī ┐ t.¤ , O'Mulc. 861 . t.¤ (.i. rí) torachtaide, LU 3844 ( SCC 38 ). fecht nī terc torcaib, Arch. Hib. ii 48 § 16 . amais aille tuirc turid, Ériu viii 68.38 . dotoet torcc mór do orccan, Three Hom. 30.26 . o thuathaib na torch , Ériu x 80 § 40 . brisfid cath Cloan, cloifid turchu im Luimnech, ZCP xii 238.10 . tuirc na Tessaldai ┐ ard-riga Eoldai, Alex. 99 . dodechad ré n-ócaib | im t.¤ trethan trétaig, TBC-LL¹ 3418 . da blíadain trichat iarsain | iar marbad in tuirc Tuathail, Trip. 534.17 . t.¤ tréith (see 1 orc, 1 tríath): i n-óenach tuirc thréith, RC xxvi 26 § 105.

Compd. ¤asnach ` ribs like a boar ,' gur sáithetar slegha ... a taobaib ┐ a torcasnach a chēile, Fianaig. 92.12 . uair do beandáis tuirc ┐ tromchaepa a taebhaibh ┐ a torcasnach a cheili, CF 883. ¤thrichem three-year-old (?) boar : torc trichem (leg. torct[h]richem), TE 176 § 4 , EIF 85 n. 149 .

tráigid

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Forms: trágaid, notragad, thrágas, tráighte

v (tráig). pret. s. 3 ro … tethraig, A Companion in Linguistics 142 . ara thethraig, LL ii 14241 . pl. 3 tethragtar, LL ii 13472 (Talland Étair) . fut. s. 3 tet[h]rais, CMT² 60.639 . tithris (leg. tethrais), CMT² 44.347 . Also trágaid: ? notragad, TBC-I¹ 731 . thrágas, TD 15.54 .

(a) ebbs, recedes; causes to ebb: tet[h]rais tuile mara 'the sea's flood will ebb' A Companion in Linguistics 145 (= CMT² 60.639). tethrais muir n-inglas 'the deep-blue sea will ebb' ibid. (cf. CMT² 44.347). do laith, lóchrann talman, tethraig, | mára mos tíre timchella. | Tethraig tráiges láthrach lóichet… 'your ale, light of earth, will have ebbed, quickly encircling vast lands. It will have ebbed when the trace of lightning ebbs …' ibid. 142 (Bretha Nemed Dédenach). tráigfid, ní bia banna fair, Metr. Dinds. iv 306.15 . in muir thráges?, TBC-LL¹ 4690 . as roimhe thraighit na locha, 5467 . an tí riasa ttraighedh an mhuirlán, ZCP x 4.7 . na traigend ri tart na re teasbach `that ebbs not for thirst or for heat,' TTebe 1782 . ro thraigsit na huscedha, Stair Erc. 436 . Trans. mar thrághas tú tonna an chuain ... tráigh a bhfoil d'ḟíoch ret ollamh `as thou causest the waves of the sea to ebb ... make to ebb all the wrath which threatens thy poet,' TD 15.54 . do traighis an Muir Rúadh `Thou didst cause the Red Sea to ebb,' BNnÉ 4.31 .

(b) Hence metaph. retreats, diminishes; exhausts: im an aes mbecleighind indlighecht traighit i frecnarcus anrotha `who ebb in the presence of a noble stream,' Laws iv 356.16 .

ro fine tonn tethraig 'the wave/top of the kin has ebbed/waned' ibid . dolluid adollus ara thethraig a nert 'he came to … (?) as a result of which his strength ebbed' LL ii 14241 , A Companion in Linguistics 143 . Temrach tethraig torachtu, Bondarenko 125.22 . tethragtar cu tiug 'they wasted away heavily' A Companion in Linguistics 144 = LL ii 13472 (Talland Étair). nacham-tethraig brōn bāis 'that the sorrow of death … did not reduce me' BDC 142.621 . ? nī po mmachtad ... cia notragad ar comlann `shall exhaust an equal force' (Faraday), TBC-I¹ 731 = cia no tragad, glossed cia no érged, LU 5209 . rothráig cocert a cairdiu `the fixed term of their truce had expired,' Metr. Dinds. iii 268.24 . cach ra n-úair trágid in pían díb, LU 2166 . ni bid tend nach traigend, Cog. 194.6 . ro traigset ┐ ro truinset echrada `the horses ... retreated and turned,' CCath. 3135 . Trans. andsin robáided in breiss, | is rothráiged fo throm-greiss `perished under heavy injury,' Metr. Dinds. iii 290.58 . ni tráigther a tennal `her torch is not extinguished,' Gorm. Oct. 8 . cidh ... ro tráigh in dealbh rigda? what has caused the kingly form to wane? Acall. 3653 . sneachta nach tráighfeadh teasbhach, DDána 37.37 . is tearc súil thráightear tré chaoi, TSh. 5989 . ro traichceadh ┐ ro diosccaoileadh leis caislén Ch., AFM iii 362.12 . Part. tráighte teinn mar taoim go tréith-lag, ZCP v 210.209 (Midn. Court).

trillsén

Cite this: eDIL s.v. trillsén or dil.ie/41935

 

n (trilis)

(a) bundle, sheaf (?): fuilledh risin nomadh gurup seisedh ar a trillsinib du denumh di (of `roid,' some dye plant), Laws ii 420.4 Comm. ? in ru na trillsenaib ar cuicthi, i 190.1 Comm.

(b) torch : tríllseáin shoillseach ar lasadh, Oss. vi 80.23 .