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1 túaraid , túairid

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(a) presages, foretells, prophesies: do réir mar do thuar Solamh as S. foretold, TSh. 9074 . bhúr d-tuitim is é do thuar (of a voice), Oss. iv 170.12 . a uaisle Bhanbha tuairidh tairngridh | buaineas ratha ... | don chraoibh, Ó Bruad. iii 86.17 .

(b) merits, earns, deserves; causes, brings about: tuairim-ne an soillse suthain, DDána 37.27 . sgarthain riot ... | nár thuairear, 60.18 . mairg nach tuair teagh rínimhe `who merits not Heaven's house,' Aithd. D. 65.2 . uainne ní tuairthear an teagh | do thuairfeadh feadh uaire d'fhior, Dán Dé xxiii 26 . an oidhidh nach é do thuair `his undeserved death,' PBocht 13.12 . rún neamhfhallsa do thuair tol who won affection, TD 32.53 . béidleómhan do thuair mo thoil, Dánta Gr. 41.23 . nach neach do rígheacht Saxon | ... | do thuair ainm s'ná h-éachtaibh sin, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 346.16 . rí do thuair moir dá molad a king whom it were right the sea should praise (i.e. from the abundance of fish in his reign ?), O'Gr. Cat. 400.13. tuairit creacha is caithirghuil `they presage forays' (bring about ?), Ériu iv 212.2 . dár thúar rí Macha a mholadh `foreshadowed his fame' (earned praise ?), ix 165 § 23 . cathmhíleadh ... nar thuar tathluinn, Ó Bruad. i 138.9 . a chluanaire ... | nach tuarann lasair id leacain más d'Éirinn sibh | an tuairim tharcuisne ar cheapaibh a craobh do shil? does not the scornful account of the heroes of thy race bring a blush of shame to thy cheek, if thou art indeed an Irishman? (to a poet who had written verses decrying Brian and other Irish heroes), 206.6 . mar ítem do ríoghanaibh toca ná tuar | díogras na ndaoine `for proud queens who do not deserve,' iii 28.9 . ó ursain gach ana ... | ní thuigid lucht feasa gur taise do thuaradar it is not the opinion of those who know that they merited mercy ..., 176.12 . is é gesca na fír-fhínemna tuaraidh bheathaid ┐ sásad don domon, Lism. L. 2470 . an té árduighios a gheata, túaraidh sé aidhmhilleadh `seeketh destruction,' Proverbs xvii 19.