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tacar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tacar or dil.ie/39387

Forms: t.

n o, m. ( to-ad-cur-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 499 ).

(a) gathering, collecting, collection : beich bhecca acc tionol ┐ acc tiomsuccadh a ttacair ┐ a ttigedhais, BNnÉ 57.37 . gan trealamh, gan t.¤, gan trebairecht do thriall, MR 102.9 . do thacur ┐ do thimsugad luirech, 224.7 . tachar (leg. tacar) ┐ tinol a n-ech ┐ a n-airm, ZCP xiii 170.3 . ? o thochur máine, Lism. L. 1182 . ? gabsad ... tocur na senclum ass they began to pick out the old feathers (?), RC x 76.2 v.l.

(b) levying, mustering (of troops) : nim-mór as tabarta i n-árim na tacair the gatherings (of troops) are not much to be accounted of (?), TTr. 932 . cethri fichit long do thacur ┐ d'foirithin in morchatha (?), Alex. 119 . do shluagh thacair thiomargaidh `a summoned and pressed army,' TD 2.38 . 4.45 . Cf. ar cuicti do tacur cuigi summon (?), Laws i 252.35 Comm. Note also : t.¤ ghiolla an rechtaire gear , RC xxix 219.25 . is cóll gessi don tigsea a thachur (? leg. thacur) for áenfer, MacCongl. 15.11 . rotrellaim tacur a luingi, Celt. Rev. ix 126.20 (= tachar, TTebe 2045 ). t.¤ ` plenty, a multitude, provision ,' O'R.