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tarr , tairr

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Forms: tairr, tarra, tairr, —e, t.

n [u ?, i ?], m. n s. tairr, Sc.M² 17.32 (Eg.). Laws iv 306.4 . g s. in tarra , Sc.M² 17.3 . Laws ii 240.3 Comm. a d s. usually tairr. Later apparently o, m. IGT Decl. § 39 , §45 (g s. —e, m. and f.), 96 (o, m.).

Stomach, belly (somet. translated back, etc., but this does not seem justified by the exx. Cf. however fora thairr, TBC-I¹ 891 = for druim, TBC-LL¹ 1571 , and the phrase for t.¤ under II): tairr .i. arinní taircther ind cach biad, Corm. Y 1262 . torrach quasi tairr-recht .i. roracht a brū immon gein, 1264 . t.¤ ` breast ,' Eg. Gl. 165.

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(a) Of animals (most frequ. pigs) belly; side of bacon with hindquarters; carcass : dartaid inite cona thimthuch bés a thige; tarr muicce [.i.] les is tinne ícas la boin, nó thinne ordlaig ina chumbu choir ┐ trí méich mracha ┐ leth méich thara 'a shrovetide yearling bullock with his subsidiary payment is his customay house render: he pays the tarr of a pig ([that is] hind-quarter and side) with the animal or a side of cured bacon with an inch of fat, properly butchered, and three bushels of malted barley and half a bushel of kiln-dried wheat' Críth G. 108 , Peritia xv 320 . t.¤ loigi meich `a [pig's] belly worth a sack,' Laws ii 238.13 . t.¤ tuirc, H 3.18, 394b ( O'Curry 880 - 1 ). ro-sūig in tairr ... cona-farcaib bannai de (tarr, v.l.), Sc.M² 17.4 . a droim ┐ a t.¤ ┐ a huruscall, Feis Tighe Chonáin 559 . co tanic Sithgal ... in degaid a bó. co fuair Líath L. for a tairr ic a coscrad, LL 160a45 . a fheōil tarra togāin, Bruchst. i 28 § 63 . tlam do th.¤ ag muilt fhidnaigi, IT iii 104.19 (= tárag, LU 7014 ). t.¤ círdub ┐ erboll úainecda (of a dog), Mer. Uil. 284 . an leoghan ... ┐ a t.¤ a n-airrdi re grein, ZCP vi 61.30 .

(b) Of persons : dochorastair in glais for cūlu ossē cona lic fora thairr, TBC-I¹ 891 . fosnopair in slōg iarum ┐ a chreit a charpait inn-imnaidm fria thairr, 2880 . tuitid ... cona bhoin for a th.¤ risin n-abhuinn, Lism. L. 1593 . With faen : co tarla a t.¤ faen fuirri so that she lay on her back (supine), RC xv 456.y . ? Niuba tairr faén ri fer | rapí in chaém a chetmunter, LL 143b7 . ? is beart don taoighe dá fíghe aige faena th.¤ , TD 35.10 . Geogr. óthá tairr mara Point atuáid `from the bight of the Pontic Sea,' TTr.² 1047.

II In adverbial and prepositional expressions. (téit) for t.¤ attacks : cēin file in slōg fora tairr while the army is attacking them, TBC-I¹ 777 (pursuing them ? Cf. tiagair for tairr A. (of a murderer who had fled), RC xiii 395.10 ). co rolínsad ind fir a teach fair ┐ co ndeachadar fora thairr `had fallen on him,' Ériu ii 24.10 . for tairr aroile for lar ind taigi sprawling over each other, Ériu v 32.x . fo th.¤ at the base of, under : fo th.¤ coire sin coclaid, LL 145a36 . fo tarrib taebleirg tuignech, Auraic. 5147 . in tegsin fó t.¤ Ceise (a mountain), Duan. F. i 92 § 124 . codlais fá th.¤ chroinn, TSh. 9000 . téit di thairr dies in childbirth : ba ben atiden do thairr .i. ben tēit di thairr, ZCP xv 355.15 . beann teite di t.¤ .i. eiples iar mbreith lelaip, Laws v 486.9 , 488.1 . do theilg druim Temhra fá tairr who turned T. upside down (?), IGT Decl. ex. 1248.

Note also : ni taigi tarr-fine toranna mbruige .i. ... in fine donither re t.¤, i taitius, Laws v 452.15, y . See Stud. in E. Ir. Law 111 ( tarr-fine=bronn-fine children of the `baitsech'). cosmhail barr a ghlaice gile | ré t.¤ slaite ige úaid `as though thou beheldest the thick part of the hoop of a torque (?),' KMMisc. 168.27 . tachráin bhíos ar baois as éisg 'na dtairr, TD 35.9 .

Compds. ¤derg red-bottomed (of sods) : na foít tarrruada tairrdergga, LL 189b33 . ¤fine, see Laws v 452 supra. ¤gel bright-bellied : cech bradan taebalaind tairrgel baethlemnech, RC xxvi 136.26 . ¤ísel : low-bellied, fat : gabáil brocc taebtrom tarrisel, Acall. 7392 . ¤lethan broad-bellied : in t-athach t. tromnertmur, ZCP vi 288.23 . tar taebhuib ... tarrletna aroile, Stair Erc. 2395 . ¤lethar some leathern part of a shield ; a kind of leather used in making a shield (?) : fa thairrlethar in scēith, TBC-I¹ 2340 . scíath ... forsna talla ceartchosair ... for a tharsciu tharlethair, BDD² 812 , see Gloss. ¤lomnocht naked (cf. tarnocht) : lobhrán truagh tarr-lomnocht, BNnÉ 179.1 . ¤ruad see ¤derg supra.

1 tárr(th)aigid

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v g (late denom. vb., see under tárrachtain) overtakes, catches, seizes: do neoch ro etar do gabail .i. tartaigther, O'Dav. 723 , cf. 1372 . cid leth colpach tarraighther is seized, Laws ii 204.3 Comm. in focal tres-a tarraigter ciall comshlan `the word through which is got perfect sense,' v 4.17 Comm. ? athgabail tuathaig tra airm hi tarrachar, is and a forus, H 3.18, 372b ( O'Curry 803 ). tar gach ealadhain abaidh dár thárrthuigh | seacht dteangtha do lábhradh which he had mastered, Hackett xl 79 . ní bhfuil ... pongc gliocais ... nár theastaidh, nár bhailigh, 's nár thárrthuigh there was no kind of skill which he had not tested, taken to himself and made his own, 92 . ? mac máthar dá ndáilid filidh | mír ós mnáibh a dtárthaidh ise `whom the poets love to give the palm to over rival ladies,' Ó Bruad. ii 186. Cf. tartaide.

2 tárr(th)aigid

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Forms: tarrtháil

v g Perh. orig. same word as prec., cf. tárrachtain III. saves, rescues, delivers: tarrthaigh sionn a Íosa i n-am, Studies 1933, 140 § 13 . táraidh mé ar roinn dá riaghail `save me from some of His justice,' A. Ó Dálaigh xiii 1. ro baidit a foirne, acht a ttárrthuigh Neimhedh ... diobh, Leb. Gab.(i) 72.21 . tárthochair mé lé do láimh dheis, Psalms cxxxviii 7 . ? tarrthaigh rath na rath taghuill | mar do cháidh gach rath romhuinn, 3 C 12, 331.5 . Vn. tarrtháil.