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toracht, torachtu, torachtain

Cite this: eDIL s.v. toracht, torachtu, torachtain or dil.ie/41419

vn. of do-roich: confused with tárrachtain, q.v. It is difficult to separate them in the later language, cf. IGT Decl. § 24 , § 148 , Verbs § 19 .

(a) In the glosses translates Latin successus, successio and processus in various senses: hón toracht .i. hond soinmichi són, gl. successu, Ml. 48c16 . ar in toracht .i. arint soinnigi gl. pro eventu, 49a1 . hó thorachtib gl. successionibus, 34c3 . inna toracht són gl. procesus, Ml. 29a14 .

(b) act of arriving at, coming up to: iar torachtu in chori dó, Trip. 472.13 . robatar oca torachtain (sic leg. ?) in dunaid, TBC-I¹ 3408 . sluaigedh ... do thorachtain Temrach, RC xvii 353.20 . oc torachtain Temrach, Anecd. ii 4.17 . mochen fur torachtain cugum, ZCP vi 74.10 . roforcongradh ó Ṡenchan for filedaibh Ērenn torachtain chuige, ACL iii 4.22 . im torachtain chucu laithe mbrátha co llúath, LU 2228 ( FA 30 ). a torrachtain cuigi an óighe `that it should come to him in its fulness,' Leb. Gab.(i) i 78.26 . torathar ... do torachtain ina tir, Stair Erc. 1230 . íar torachtain dia tigh, CCath. 128 . Antoin ... gan torrachtain docom Cesair, 3292 . iar torachtain cāich cona ngabālaib co mbātar uili hi Findabair, TBC-I¹ 916 . co m-bad fair no imbred C. ... a fheirg ar tús ar torachtain , TBC-LL¹ 4443 . mochensa a torrachtain welcome is her advent, Ériu v 88.9 . at iet bator andsin .i. Cana cona chloind ┐ co nUltoibh ar chena ┐ iarna ttoirecht sain dodeachattor a nardmhaithe do agolloimh righ Erinn, ZCP xiv 225.2 . da fisrugud an raibi tinol no toichestal ar a cenn uar tarachta and, Celt. Rev. iv 204.22 . torrachtain .i. teacht, O'Cl.

(c) In various legal senses: a torachtain do ineich no slaintigend o bidbaid a toichedh `to obtain for himself,' Laws i 182.y . Cf. tárrachtain I (d). is in nerrach co na torrachtain ina uide icce coir `which is to be forthcoming,' ii 354.20 Comm. ar fomailt indligid na flatha for na ceilib fri torachtain uatha `in exacting aid (?) from them,' v 188.2 Comm. a torachtuin féin `and return him (the stolen person),' iii 64.18 Comm. incomalltar og ime dia mis .i. comlanaigther in íme comlan do toractain a forbu ín mís `is brought to its completion,' iv 70.y. Comm. is na sétuibh cethardha cuna torachtuin fén `when they themselves survive,' ii 68.x Comm.