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1 tin

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n (glossary word from 2 tin Ériu xxiv 31 ). side: do thin Trago Baili, RC xiii 222.37 = do taob Thrágha Baile, MS. Mat. 473.31 . tincur .i. taeb ecar, Laws i 126.33 Comm. fo tin [.i.] fo taobh, iv 380.26 .

? ni coimdi[g] t.¤ mo tsamla, O'Dav. 581.

2 tin

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adj ( cf. tinach, tinaid, 2 tinne) u soft part, fat part (of body): Columb Cille, cóelais tin 'Columb Cille, he made his belly thin' Ériu xxiv 19 § 18 . frisbert tinu a thoib .i. ro frithbrudestar conar'bo thiug a thoeb, quia fit `tin' .i. tiug nó moeth nó boc nó tosach, ut dicitur `tinnscital,' ACC § 101 ; 'he opposed the fat parts of his body' Ériu xxiv 30-31 . tin .i. meith no bocc no maoth, ut dicitur, frisbert tinu a taoib ┐ ni bi fri coilced tinca, H 3.18, 79 . ( O'Curry 138 ). tin .i. bog, ut est frisbert ..., O'Dav. 1601. tin .i. tosach no bunadh. tinnrem .i. tinnsgital, 1602 . tin .i. maoth nó meth nó bocc nó tosach nó tindscetal nó tinnrem, O'Mulc. 871 . Hence in B. na f. soft, easy: búc tion, ZCP iii 378.12 = budc t.¤ , v 483.18 .