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masladach

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n a clattering or clashing noise: m.¤ na claidem, CCath. 4651. atcluinti . . . m.¤tusledach na trenfer trascairte, 5932 . masladhach .i. fuaim no foghar, O'Cl.

1 tuisledach

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adj o, ā (tuisled)

(a) falling, stumbling: tuisledchu, Ml. 26d8 (see n. b ). ni thalla nemdírge dó arnab tusledach , Corm. 16 droichet = sothuissledhach, Corm. Y 434 . a sheanóir thuisleadhaigh thruim (i.e. the world), DDána 50.7 .

(b) In moral sense erring, sinful: epscop t.¤ , Laws i 54.8 = v 458.21 .i. espoc toisledach a dae, a holc, ro-sn-isligenn, 460.1 Comm. sacart t.¤ , Triads 96 v.l.

2 tuisledach

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n ā, f. (tuisled) act of falling, stumbling: do gabh ag slíomradh ┐ ag tuisledhach (leg. —aigh) ar druim an droichitt, RC xxix 122.5 . atcluinti ... tusledach na trenfer trascairte, CCath. 5933 . tuisleadach in tindenais ic tairmesc na trenfer, MR 316.24 . a tuisleadaig tuaithbil ur-thosaig na h-ingabala, 318.3 . iomdha ... ann ... triatha ar tuisleadhaigh, TSh. 6610.