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taídiu

Cite this: eDIL s.v. taídiu or dil.ie/39564

Forms: Taediu, Thóedhan, Tóiden, taiden, taidin, taidhin, toedin, Táidhine, taidine, taeden

n n, f. Taediu, Acall. 2674 . g s. Thóedhan, RC xxvii 302.3 . Tóiden, BColm. 74.2 . Also ā, f. n s. taiden, Anecd. ii 20 § 2 . taidin, 21 § 8 . taidhin, O'Cl. sruth immar in toedin , LL 44b9 . g s. na Táidhine , Fél. 152.23 . taidine, Anecd. ii 21 § 7 . But d s. Molling thes 'na taeden , RC xiii 76.2 . According to Wortk. 187 identical with 1 taíden, vn. of do-fed, cf. uisci toiridne (tairiden <*to-air-feden), Laws iv 206.1 .

Watercourse, leat, mill-stream: taidhin no taoidhin .i. linn muilinn, O'Cl. oc cluide na toedini (of Moling, see below), LL 284a41 = Fél. 152.33 . t.¤ grianach, Acall. 2676 . for taidhin an mhuilinn, BS 42.7 . mo tháidiu ós in tuile, SG 381.39 . taediu chorrach chamlindtech, Acall. 2674 . is e mo medg mo taiden, Anecd. ii 20 § 2 . See also 22 § 2. § 4 . 28 § 3 . 29 § 4 .

The word occurs frequ. in connection with St. Moling, and there is a tradition that this saint dug a watercourse as an act of humility, see V. SS. Hib. ii 193 § ix . By modern editors somet. treated as n. loc. (of a river): Táeidiu ainm na habhann, Acall. 2645 . do cosecradh mo Thóedhan, RC xxvii 302.3 . luid Colmān ... do imt[h]echt Tóiden Moling, BColm. 74.2 (see V. SS. Hib. i , lxxxii ). fechtas do M'ling is' tōidin `in the millpond,' RC xiv 188.1 , corrected to `Tóidiu, i.e. a river in Leinster,' xvii 319 , cf. Trip. xxv 9.

In contexts unconnected with St. Moling (as n. loc.): Cath Toiden, MS. Mat. 586.13 . fir Toíden (? sic leg.), ZCP x 344 § 18 . Cf. sruth immar in toedin, LL 44b9 .