2 túag

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n ā, f. IGT Decl. § 39 . axe, hatchet: tuaga troma foebracha, PH 8111 . ead a láime ┐ [samtaighe] a tuaigi, Laws iii 178.21 . in tuadh da marbadh (of a calf), ii 238.z Comm. madh sí in tuadh do chuaidh da cind `if it was the head of a hatchet that flew off,' iii 174.16 Comm. in Gaill cona tuaghaibh ic bualad do dherthaighi, AU i 412.6 = FM i 546.11 . builli do thuaig truim, TTebe 3161 . a bhunaidh tuaighe `his makings of an ax,' TD 44.8 . sāithim mo thúaigh a ttalmhuin (sic leg.: uaim), Rel. Celt. ii 292.z . ro gabh féin tuaigh móir ina láimh, CCath. 1781 (biail, v.l.). Ruaidhri ... do mharbhadh lá a thuaigh fein, FM ii 1122.12 . tuadh fri tescadh trénmiledh, St. Ercuil 1249 . ní ghearrfa tú a gcrainn ag búaladh tuáighe ionta, Deut. xx 19 . is tú mo thúadh chatha `thou art my battle axe,' Jer. li 20 . atá an túagh ar na cur do chum fréimhe na gcrann, Matth. iii 10 . t.¤ connaid wood-hatchet: tuag con- naidh, IT iii 196.1 . in tuath conadh, Laws i 140.1 Comm. a dtuagha ... cúl-chroma ... connaidh ... fa na gcreasaibh, DDána 111.18 (382.25) . iomad tuagha piocartach, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 43.4 . fear tuaighe `an axe-man' (butcher ? Of a man appointed to receive tribute consisting of portions of slaughtered cattle), Keat. ii 4817 . Cf. Pilib na tuaigi, AU iii 28.25 . coic cet déc túagh `1,500 axes,' iii 498.11 . dá fichit décc tuagh `axe men,' FM iv 1218.x .