tráig

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tráig or dil.ie/41572

Forms: trág, trághann, traghannaib

n i, m. and f. IGT Decl. § 41 , § 42 . Also trág, o, m. § 38 ; ā, f. § 39 . g p. trághann, ex. 1128 . d p. traghannaib, CCath. 1375.

I strand, shore: cono tuctáis asin tráig | in mac (Moses), SR 3702 . iar ṅdith for trágaib duba, 8068 . ar tráig máir, ZCP xvii 199.13 (Trág, LU 10034 ). conoisce gne tragha la tes síne, Laws iv 356.12 Comm. mill nemunn fo gabtais ina tráig, i 2.14 Comm. as cach thír trén-ṡeing co t.¤ `from every land to the shore' (=` completely '), Met. Dinds. iv 94.22 . torad cach thalman co t.¤ , iii 4.39 . hi traig na péne suthaine, LU 2165 . docum in tragha (na, v.l.), CCath. 1433 . asarum ┐ abrotanum .i. liathlus na tragha, Arch. i 334.56 . cia san talamh trágh nár tiormuigheadh, DDána 109.11 . do dhearbh gach tráigh um an mBúill mbeann-fholtaigh, 12 . usaide dhúinn dul i dtráigh `easy for us to make the shore,' Aithd.D. 66.15 . ní bhac tráigh a toradh `a shore does not stop (but piles up) its sea-harvest,' PBocht 4.37 . trágh mar na tráighi eile, IGT Decl. ex. 1147 . caladh ... an a raibhe tráidh, Acts xxvii 39 . Frequ. in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.

II

(a) ebb-tide: for t.¤ maitne, BDD² 717 . rí conic traig is tuile, SR 2538 . in tí gá táit sin uile | idir tráigh ocus tuile, SG 112.13 . go bhfaicinn a tráigh 's a tuile, Measgra D. 42.21 . do bhéir tuile ar dtráigh céadna ... is é do ní tráigh don tuile `He makes ... tide follow ebb ... and makes flood to ebb,' Dán Dé xxxi 13 . moille a t.¤ iná a thuile (of a drinking cup), SG 97.14 . grás Muire ní théid i dtráigh, DDána 22.12 . With copula: in tan as t.¤ for cach tracht, SR 7904 . ro ba traigh in muir `the sea was ebbing,' CCath. 2636 . in tan lan ... in tan is traig, Todd Nenn. 198.4 .

(b) Hence metaph. exhaustion, death , etc. (frequ. with prep. fo): nobristi ar cach slūag | nocurthea fo thrāig, TBC² 2724 . dosrat fo t.¤ dia troethad (: gráin), SR 6808 . Temair cen taissi cen t.¤ `Temair free from feebleness and faintness,' Met. Dinds. i 12.75 . ropo thurus troch fo th.¤ `it was the journey of one doomed to a wretched end,' iii 406.27 . With copula: nirbo th.¤ a tor tóebach `there was no exhaustion of her many sided towers,' Met. Dinds. i 28.9 .

Compds. ¤shruth: traigsruth (sic leg.) Ferchertne (a type of Ogam), Auraic. 6103 . ¤thurcharthach: in leth taobuaine ... tráighturcarach tiar `that along its shore is rich with ocean's teeming wealth,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 22.15 .