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aimréi(d)tech

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n o (aimréid) contentiousness: re fed a naimhreitigh `during their contentions', AFM iv 868.23 . tre aimhréteach iomad na naicmeadh, MS. Mat. 582.43 . tnúth ┐ imreasain ┐ aimhréiteach, 1 Corinth. iii 3 . d'ás an ionnraic umhal gan aimréidhteach, Ó Bruad. iii 192.1 .

dál-tech

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n s, n. A meeting-house . gl. forum, Ardm. 189 b 2 . d pl. in sinagogis .i. i ndáltigib, RC viii 367. 20 .

éccin(n)tech

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adj o-ā (neg. of cinntech),

(a) indefinite, undetermined (in sense, extent or number), uncertain : is ecintech in gním arafolmathar (gl. futurum cum incertum sit) Sg. 147b4 . is ecintech in tert-persan the third person is indefinite 211b10 . athgabail ecinntech `not the exact measure (of the claim but) distress' Laws i 64.19 Comm. smachtgilli ecinntech, 276.8 Comm. (tar ceart no dligedh .i.) im fiachuib cinntacha .i. im ecinntach ascertained debts...not ascertained ii 70.9 Comm. saor ┐ daor .i. cinntech ar ecinntech sin ar na uile daine i Senchas Mar certain for uncertain (i.e. definite, fixed categories) i 42.3 Comm. The phr. cinntech ar éccintech is frequently applied to the use of a definite number to express an unascertained one like Engl. in round numbers : cet cell cosa taet tonn mara ┐ cintech ar ecintech ann, ACC 93 ( RC xx 270 ). cóic cét óenach immosech | cid cintech ar écintech, Metr. Dinds. iv 158 . Hence, with no number expressed, to denote a vast indefinite number : co ro marbhadh cinntech ar eccintech díobh `an unascertained number' AFM vi 2028 z . cinntech ar eccinntech da gach cenel eiscc [sic leg.] Leb. Gab.(i) i 266 .

(b) infinite, unbounded, innumerable : is cindtech ┐ is eicindtech...airem muintiri nime .i. cindtech em i lleth fria Dia ┐ ecindtech i leth fria dainib, YBL 169b28 = PH 6217 . airem ar immatt eccintech reckoning an infinite number CCath. 4401 . robo aiream for eccinteach, Expugn. Hib. 37 .

indil(l)tech

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Forms: indilltech

adj o, ā (indell) given to making plots: As subst. a fhírindilltech na n-il-chelg n-exsamail `real contriver of manifold deceits,' PH 8174.

2 in(n)tech

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Forms: inntig, indtige, intech

n o, m. (perh. earlier n.) g s. inntig, PH 6928 , but: indtige, Lism. L. 2073. way, path: indtech .i. sed conaire, O'Curry 108 (< H 3.18, p. 70 ). innteach .i. slighe, O'Cl. inteach .i. ni teach sed via , O'Mulc. 736. du intiuch óin lai (gl. cotidiano iteneri), Ml. 140a1 . intech (indech, v.l.) Dé (ndé, v.l.) dom rēmthechtas `God's way to lie before me,' Thes. ii 356.13 (Patrick's Hy.). is maith intéch dochuaid ł i mbai, LU 760. ar intech n-anaichnid, 1181 . fer ro regar a ninntach foghla on the path of plunder ? (mentioned among those whose wounding entails neither payment nor sick-maintenance), O'Curry 1766 (< 23 Q 6, p. 36 ). urgnaiter manib i nindtech (a nindtiuch, v.l.) techta daruibditar corp `let attendance be given unless it be in a lawful path [i.e. on a lawful occasion] that [the victim's] body have been pierced,' Ériu xii 80.19 . gor intech (sic leg., corr. ZCP xi 308 § 1 ) ara-folmaider fásaig fírinni `pflichttreu ist der Gang ...,' ZCP xi 80 § 2. in t-intech dochuaid ... amal dochuaid Pol, RC xx 410 § 135 (ACC). is tria mirbuil in choimded tancatar in luas-sa ar a fhot in inntig-sin eter muir ┐ tir, PH 6928. ainecrus a n-indtige ┐ a n-imtechta, Lism. L. 2073. lotár for intech (for teichedh, v.l.) inna curach, RC ix 484.6 (ICM). már ngal ... már n-indtech n-écomlainn paths whereon unequal odds will be encountered, SG 321.11 . Metaph. :umsai cach a meanmain for intiuch ae upon the course of the law-suit ? (or the way of knowledge ?) O'Curry 1907 ( 23 P 3, fo. 23 ). litera .i. inteach legind .i. set legind, Auraic. 1758. in litir amal intech legend iarsinni fuires set in legind `the letter is as a road for reading,' 361 .

tech , teg

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Forms: t., t., t., rigteg, fleteg, tigh, tech, teag, teagh, thige, tige, taige, taigae, taigi, toighe, tigid, tig, tich, teigh, teach, taig, toigh, thaich, thech, tige, tighe, tighthi, taighi, tigi, thige, taige, tighe, tigead, tigheadh, thigib, tighthibh, tighe

n s, n. Later m., IGT Introd. 17.y , cf. Decl. § 164 . n s. a t.¤ , Wb. 33a2 . t.¤ ndagfir, Thes. ii 292.18 . in t.¤ , Sc.M² 6.8 . rigteg, Wb. 23b8 (a prima manu). fleteg, 11d16 . tigh, Ériu iii 164.8 . a s. tech , Thes. ii 292.19 , 340.5 . teag, ACL iii 237 § 17 . teagh, Keat. iii 2839 . g s. thige, Fél. Ep. 94 . tige, SR 3900 . Also taige (analogy of maige, Thurn. Hdb. § 338 ) : ind idaltaigae , Sg. 66a19 . in taigi , BDD² 370 . toighe, TSh. 1956 . tigid, Mon. Tall. 155.7 ( tigi, 9 ). d s. tig, Ml. 57c7 . 120d2 . SR 2930 . BDD² 525 . tich, Mon. Tall. 162.29 . LL 133a24 . teigh, Feis Tighe Chonáin 197 . In Mod. Ir. also teach (by confusion with a s.), Keat. ii 4689 . Content. xxviii 12 . taig, Wb. 9b23 . 23b9 . 33a6 . Thes. ii 336.1 . SR 3517 . toigh, TD 1.46 . thaich, LL 133a28 . a du. dá thech , SR 1953 . n a p. tige, IT i 74.6 ,7. tighe, TD 26.49 . tighthi, Fl. Earls 66.2 . taighi, AU i 408.z . g p. tigi, LU 8763 . na rígthige , 9104 . taige, TTr.² 1868 . tighe, CCath. 3590 . tigead, TTebe 2028 . tigheadh, Aithd. D. 38.29 . d p. thigib, LU 8049 . tighthibh, Fl. Earls 174.31 .

I house, dwelling: t.¤ ab eo quod est tectum , Corm. 41 . t.¤ inna fera flechod, Thes. ii 294.15 . is t.¤ ndagfir, 292.18 . ni bíat in-oentaig fri fes, SR 1951 . t.¤ sruithi `household of saintly men,' Mon. Tall. 136.23 . de gíus dogníth a t.¤ , TBFr. 76 . i tig fó dúnud a closed house, TBC-LL¹ 614 . i tech for leith, ACL iii 10.23 . Ardmacha do loscadh tígib templaib, RC xviii 270.19 . in ti dana t.¤ in rot `who has no habitation but the road,' Laws i 128.x Comm. ar dtógbháil toighe, TD 8.4 . teagh caithimh gach fhir othair `the house which cares for all sufferers' (the Virgin Mary), Aithd. D. 88.22 . i mBeinn Éadair do ghabh teach `made his dwelling,' Content. xxviii 10 . do chuaidh fa thigh air `entered the house upon him,' Rel. Celt. ii 164.21 . adubhairt ... go lingfeadh an teagh isteach `would rush into the house,' Keat. iii 2839.

do-icc, téit etc. i t.¤ makes submission to: Mac Mec Carrthaigh do taidhecht a t.¤ Tairrdelbaigh ... rig Erenn, RC xviii 43.4 . do mhaith an Coimdhe cion Adhaimh | usaide dhaoibh dul 'na theach, Dán Dé iii 2 . do baí Ruaidri ... ina th.¤ had submitted to him, AFM iii 86.10 . do chuir teachta ... d'a thabhairt dh'a thoigh no d'fhógra catha air to get his submission or to challenge him to battle, ML 14.3 .

II

(a) Attrib. g s.: aithech tighe .i. fer tighe householder , O'Dav. 98. Cf. Ir. Recht 4 § 2 . is maith fer in taige i tám host, master of the house, TBC-LL¹ 117 . fear an tighe, TD 12.8 . bennacht ... fora techt muige ┐ taigi ... household possessions, Ériu iii 4.11 . Cf. Stud. in E. Ir. Law 12 . intreb tige `household furniture,' Laws v 390.x . lucht toighe household , TD 20.54 . tigerna in toigi, Ériu iv 112 § 5.

(b) With qual. adj. or gen. indicating general characteristics, building materials, etc.: teach crannghaile wooden house, AFM v 1398.z . t.¤ ndarach an oak house, LU 1442 (MU). annsa tigh dorcha `in the grave,' BNnÉ 43.15 . Also metaph. a state of darkness, ignorance: ba buith i tigh dhorcha do shil Adhuimh ... co tainic a scel-sa do nim, Ériu ii 98.9 . t.¤ fíthe a wicker-work house: teach fichi forche, BDD² 80 . i t.¤ fithe forchai, Ériu xi 44.25 (cf. 157 ). teg iarnaidi ┐ dá th.¤ cláraid ... ┐ teg talman, MU² 808 . in deoraidh ... muna raib secht tigi ingabala leis `habitable houses,' Laws i 104.31 Comm. teach óir a golden palace, DDána 29.38 . t.¤ teined a burning house: rí Uladh ... do losccad a ttigh tinedh la fearaibh Midhe, CS 290.11 . aghaidh ar teagh dteineadh (of a foolhardy undertaking), TD 18.33 . gan toighthe trénfhedha, ZCP viii 201 § 12.

(c) With qual. adj. or gen. of houses adapted to various purposes: t.¤ n-abbad abbots' house: teach nabadh mór Arda Macha, AFM ii 1002.3 . t.¤ n-arm armoury: isin tig arm, ACL iii 8 § 5 . t.¤ mbecc privy: tuighe tíghe bhig, ┐ an tigh beag féin do ghlanadh, J JRSAI ii 344.8 . t.¤ cille church: fáistighe ceall `ruined buildings of churches,' TD 1.54 . t.¤ coitchenn common house (in a monastery) : for lebeunn in tige coittcenn, MacCarthy 16.3 . t.¤ colam dovecote: moilenn is-teagh corr colam, IGT Decl. ex. 1343 . t.¤ cúirte courthouse: i tig na cuirti, PH 2628 . teagh cúirte choisgeas eissíodh, Aithd. D. 67.1 . t.¤ forcetail lecture-room: ina theach foirceudail, Rule of Tallaght 52.18 . t.¤ fothraicthe bath-house: na tige fothraicthi, Alex. 594 . t.¤ ngabann smithy: feidhm teanchaire i dtigh gabhonn, TD 19.16 . na th.¤ ngaeisi `demeure d'étude,' RC xliii 12.27 . t.¤ ngalair infirmary: a tigh ghalair na manach, ALC i 224.8 . t.¤ na ngiall house of the hostages (at Tara, etc.) : god thogra do Thoigh na nGiall ( = Tara ), Aithd. D. 5.12 . i dtigh na ngiall, TD 10.42 . t.¤ n-imacallmae meeting-house, reception-house: téit ... i t.¤ nimacallma fria muintir, Trip. 60.4 . issa t.¤ [n-]immacallamae, TBFr. 148 . t.¤ n-inchleithe privy (?) : isin teach n-inclethi, RC xxiii 418.7 , see Gloss. t.¤ lenda drinking-hall: a taig leanda A., Alex. 535 . t.¤ leptha dormitory: ana t.¤ leptha, TTebe 4200 . neamh ... teagh leaptha ag an Dúileamh dhamh, Dán Dé xxiii 23 . Cf. cotailtech. t.¤ lige dormitory: ina tigh lighi, Anecd. ii 42.17 . t.¤ méirdrech brothel: prostibulum. t.¤ na merdreach, Ir. Gl. 713 . t.¤ midchuarda banqueting-hall (see midchuairt and Heldensage 93 n. , ZCP xv 352 ) : sudigud Tige Midchúarda (at Tara), LU 8050. 8229 (at Emain Macha). slithi mnā oēntama i tig midchuarda, ZCP xv 351 § 40 . t.¤ mór principal building; palace: in tan bá urlam la B. dénam a thige máir ┐ a gríanán, LU 8069 . secht traigid fichet isin tig mór (in a monastic settlement), Trip. 236.21 . a ttigh mōr na hAlmaine, Feis Tighe Chonáin 847 . t.¤ na nouici `the house of the novices,' ALC i 224.16 . t.¤ n-oíged guest-house (lay and ecclesiastical. See V. SS. Hib. cxiii n. , cxviii n. ): a teg noigedsin in spirito (of the body), Wb. 4a7 . for merugud tigi aíged, BDD² 260 . aircinnech tige aiged Cluana mecc Nois, CS 310.10 . teagh aoidheadh Uachdar Lámhann (the Virgin Mary), Aithd. D. 88.21 . t.¤ n-óil, n-óla drinking-hall, banqueting-house: hi t.¤ n-óil, LU 8825 . a t.¤ n-óla, Acall. 1636 . a Thighearna ar dtighe óil (of Heaven), Studies 1934, 433 § 1 . t.¤ ósta inn, hostelry: a tegh osda, Aisl. Tond. 101.17 . dogabadur tegh osta in aidchi-sin, ZCP vi 29.1 . t.¤ n-othar infirmary: teach othuir an airdríogh, Aithd. D. 3.17 . t.¤ péne penitentiary (in a monastery) : a teg pendi, Mon. Tall. 153.29 . t.¤ rígdae palace (cf. rígthech) : in t.¤ rigdai, PH 845 . i tighibh ruin, RC xliii 8.15 . t.¤ sásaid refectory: de refectorio .i. don tigh shásaidh (sic leg.), ITS xxix 201.27 . Cf. proindtech. t.¤ (na) sét treasury, a place where valuables are kept: scrinire nó fer tige saét, Wb. 7c9 . go tigh na séd, Manners and Customs ii 118 n. 83 . ar dteach séad (of a chief), TD 25.7 . t.¤ screptra library (of a monastic settlement) : Ard Macha do loscadh ... cona durthigib uile cenmotha in teach screbtra namā, RC xvii 358.26 . an teac screabtra, CS 260.2 . Cf. is direch a mbesaib ┐ hi títhib na screptra et nigri et albi , Corm. 22.1 (a church compared to a chessboard, see 2 tí). i tigh scrutain ghaeisi, RC xliii 8.12 . t.¤ sinnser ancestral home: ni tarcuisne ar teach sinnsior | do bheir d'Énrí a aithdeilbhsion, L. Cl. A. B. 184.125 . t.¤ sorn oven-house: for an teach surn soin (of hell), Aisl. Tond. 102.14 . t.¤ talman underground chamber, vault, dungeon: is t.¤ talman, SR 3196 . airg ┐ airdlestair ┐ tighi talman, ML² 81 . do chuir a ttig talmhan é (a seomra fo íadhadh, v.l.), CF Eg. 251 . t.¤ termainn a house of refuge: ar dteagh tearmoinn `our house of safeguard,' TD 34.34 . t.¤ tinnabraid : do theagh tionnabhraidh `chamber of slumber,' TD 24.29 . i dtigh na togha `in the house of election,' 25.32 . t.¤ trota blockhouse : na tighe trota, CCath. 3590 . go nernai tegh trot do tempul 'made a blockhouse of the church', AI 330 (s.a 1203.2) . t.¤ túir farmhouse (?) : mar ba clach aoil gach teagh túir, DDána 119.12 . See Ériu vii 26 . t.¤ n-urnaigthe oratory : teg n-amra n-aurnaighthi, SR 7672 . goirfither t.¤ na hurnaigthe dom th.¤-sa, PH 7572.

III In extended meanings.

(a) dorōnadh tech la Guairi do Senchān ota Durlus nGuaire co Cluain Ferta Brēnaind ┐ Senchan i medōn in tighi sin co nā rīsadh gemlōichet hē na gaeth na fleochud an enclosed passage , ACL iii 4.25 .

(b) Of churches : ? lenfetar indatailcend techt | taige (.i. eacailsi) tarrsnae crainn, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. i 51.1 . eclesia ... t.¤ ríg nime, O'Mulc. 182 . as tigh na heagluise `from the communion of the faithful,' Donlevy 142.19 .

(c) Of heaven : nochar bhean de dul 'n-a theach, DDána 59.16 . guais liom ... do theach d'iadhadh oram I dread lest ... Thy house should be closed against me, Dán Dé viii 9 . Also with qualifying adjj. etc. : 'mo mh'inad 'na findtig `in His white mansion,' Gorm. Mar. 19 . nemth.¤ , SR 573 . 2744 . meic Nechtain in núathaig, Gorm. June 17 . núathaig .i. teach nua nimhe, O'Cl. t.¤ nebmarbtath, Wb. 15c13 . ar an teach thall, DDána 6.17 . dá thigh thoghurma `house of summons,' Studies 1932, 141 § 11 . i dteagh na trócuire `the House of Mercy,' 1933, 310 § 30 . so toigh thuas, A. Ó Dálaigh viii 7 .

(d) t.¤ ifirnn hell : tuarasgbháil tighe Ifeirnn, Dán Dé xxv 21 . TSh. 6176 . Cf. beag cás toighe acht an teach-sain, Dánfhocail 122.

(e) na seacht dtighe `the Seven Mansions ' ( i.e. heaven), Aithd. D. 56.20 . Saor do dhealbh na trí tighe (? heaven, earth and hell), 56.6 . gá rí do b'fhearr trí toighe (heaven, the world, Mary's womb), DDána 61.13 .

(f) family, line (cf. Engl. house) : cineadha uaisle tighe Linox, Keat. ii 5987 . ar mhórán dá dtighthibh onóracha, TSh. 5358 . Cf. fa fhortacht do thígi to help (the people of) your house, Gilbert Facs., IV i plate xiv a 5 .

IV In adverbial phrases.

(a)(i) taig inside : immaig no taig, SR 4063 . a chos amuig ┐ aroli i taig, PH 1406 . ittigh no amuigh, BNnÉ 265.z . gan comrac atigh nō amuich `fighting neither at home nor abroad,' Ériu iii 145 § 25 . Cf. ara choímthecht a taig immach di maig i t.¤ , Críth G. 585 . See also istech, istig.

(b) With vbs. of motion do thig home : tudecht dia tich `to go home,' Mon. Tall. 162.29 . doristís ... dia taigh cind .x. m-bliadan, TTr.² 693 . a thecht slán da thoigh, ZCP viii 116 § 14 . ? Cf. náir an sgealsa [ag] tiacht do[t] tigh (? sic leg.), Rel. Celt. ii 293.6 .

(c) 'ga thig, 'ga tigib at home : tall bis ... in fecht deighinach, oca tigh imurro in fecht tuisech `within the[defendant's] territory ... at home,' Laws iv 12.11 Comm. a līonmaire thuaid ga toigh, ZCP viii 116 § 6 . dá bhfaghdaois uatha ga dtoigh | síoth ó ṡíol T. `for their own land,' Content. xv 29 . F. is Ch. is T. co taigib, Arch. Hib. ii 49 § 23.

(d) ó thaig from home : dochúatar iar sain ó taig, Ériu iv 98 § 28 a . ge deach rí conaill a ccēin | ... | ni hēiccen beires ó thoigh | acht do thuillemh tūarastoil, ZCP viii 116 § 10.

(e) ó thigh go tigh ` from door to door ,' Studies 1927, 88 § 20 . gan dul ... ó thigh go tigh, Donlevy 350.12 .

(f) i n-óintig la dwelling with, together with : as nádúir do na grasuibh gan fulang a n-éintigh le pecadh marbhtha divine grace cannot coexist with mortal sin, Mac Aingil 381.4 . See also under oentu.

Compd. ¤elba household : budh tuar doimheanma dá thighealbha, Studies 1932, 434 § 9 (but perh. compd. of tiug).

Frequ. in placenames. T.¤ Duind, Acall. 662 . T.¤ Moling, 2680 . See Hog. Onom. Also in kennings for Ireland and its provinces : a Tigh Dá Thí, DDána 91.36 . ar Mhur Dá Thí Teach Lughaidh, 107.8 . a ghéag cláirThighe Chruachan, TD 3.39 . gabhla Thighe na Teamhrach, 9.3 . a bheithir ó aolToigh Airt, 19.9 .

1 tein(n)tech

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adj o, ā (1 teine) fiery, impetuous, ardent: Conchobar cath merggech mór | tentech tren, IT iii 82.1 . sin tshamuin teintig thríallaig, Metr. Dinds. iii 40.23 . meic Tuathaigh teinntigh, Leb. Gab.(i) 50.18 . a rún tógbhála tinntech `his catching and ardent disposition,' Maguires of F. 61.15 .

? As subst.: dichuirter a tuaidh lucht an fhill .i. Fiacha mac righ Temra ┐ Findlogh a chomalta ┐ mile teinntech laissein, Lism. L. 2802.

2 tein(n)tech , tein(n)trech

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Forms: tentighe, tentidhe

n (1 teine) ā, f. ? n a p. tentighe, BB 495a31 . tentidhe, CS 124.9 . IGT Decl. § 12 (61.25) , ( 62.6 ). o, m., § 22 (76.3) , ? § 104 (135.8) .

(a) lightning: teintech ┐ toirneach ┐ ainbtine, CCath. 4338 . ar threthan ar theinntigh (may we be defended) against storm and lightning, ZCP x 348 § 8 . don tsoighnéan trom theintrighe, DDána 95.14 . torand ro mór et gaoth et tentidhe i llo fele Padraig, CS 124.9 . tornech ┐ tentrech, Ann. Conn. 1251.10 . tinntech taibhsec tromnertmur ag techt a hifern, Études Celt. i 86.28 . an gaoth andeas ... is adhbhar í so do theintrigh, Corp. Astron. 30.18 . aincid ... ar theinigh ┐ ar toirnigh ┐ ar teindtigh, BCC 66.33 . ? To this: cend echdha dubh fuirre fris nach gab tocaim fris na tentighe, BB 495a31 = ni rus tairmisc dul tarsna tenntib, Alex. 745.

(b) flashes, sparks: tarlatar a cinn uma chele ... gur sginnitur tinntecha asa suilibh araen, Fier. 62 . do buail builli ... innus gur ben tinntech as clogud in cathmiledh, Stair Erc. 1490 . As quasi-vn.: ba mo na gach crann a ccoill | a fiacla ar theinntigh go ngráin, `its teeth shedding horrid lightning,' Duan. F. i 78 § 45.