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25 do-airicc v(*to-air-icc-, Ped. ii 553 ). IGT Verbs § 9 . Ipv. 2 s.
(the forms occurring are originally subjunctive) tair, Ardm.
18a1 ( Thes. ii 241 ). TBC² 295 . Met. Dinds. iii 378 . to-m-air,
TBC² 1070 . to-n-fairne, Ériu iii 140 . nā tar-sa, ZCP x 306 .
tar, TD 2.3 . tairr, Ériu iv 144 ; v 28 . tairre, CF 582 , 686 .
30 tarr, Death-tales 40.5 , sic leg. Ir. Review 1913, 625 . tarra,
Im. Brain i 68 . Acall. 2089 . RC xxviii 314 . 3 s. tairced, LU
1569 ( IT ii2 213 ). Aisl. MC 117.33 . tairceth, IT ii2 209a .
2 pl.? toircidh, Cog. 86 . Indic. pres. 3 s. do-nd-airic, O'Mulc.
291 . thairic, tharic, SR 4699 , 6741 . tairic, RC xxi 378.4
35( LU 1361 ). CCath. 2483 . thairc, TBC 1784 (tair, v.l., cf.
PH 899 ). 3 pl. taircet, Met. Dinds. ii 10 . Im. Brain § 14
(tairget, v.l.). ? Pass. taircther, Corm. Y 1262 . Impf. 3 s.
do-m-aircedh, Anecd. i 73 ( ZCP xi 161 ). tairced, SR 4605 .
tairccedh, FM 806 (cf. tairgidh, IT iii 195 § 33 ). 3 pl. taircitis,
40 Dinds. 117 . tairgidis (as past subj.), RC xxvi 134 .
Subj. (forms often indistinguishable from those of do-roich
and do-airret) pres. 3 s. do-air, Laws v 508.2 . do-mmair,
Hy. vi 11 , 16 . RC xv 489 . condomthair, Hy. vii 59 . Ériu iii
198 . nachumthair, LL 307a2 . (dūs in tair, TBC² 1141 ,
45 nīcontair, 2757 seem to be fut.; cf. also donnair, Trip.² 1344
= Lat. Lives 35 , ZCP x 225 , if this is from the same verb.)
toir, CCath. 462 . tair as fut. perf. hypothetical, Laws i 62.23 ;
ii 232.5 , etc. cipead dommaire, Ériu ii 90 § 16 . -tairi, BDD
128 , 129 , cf. Ériu i 203 . nim thaire, ZCP vi 260.4 . 1 pl. ? co
50tairsem, Ériu iii 143 § 5 . 3 pl. do-airset, Fél. Sept. 20 .
tairset, Dec. 13 . Hy. i 45 ; cf. tairiset, Laws ii 58.20 . -tairesad
(leg. tairsead?), Cog. 50.17 . Impf. 3 s. -tairsed, Trip. 382 .
Laws ii 58 . co tairsidh, Aen. 2676 . tairsiudh, BNnÉ 321 .
Laws ii 58 . tairisedh, ZCP x 276 (noco tairsidh í, IT ii2 129 ,
55if not subj. pres. 2 pl., may belong here. í may be the subject,
cf. the var. adubhairt B. go raibh fledh aige . . . ┐ gur gheis do
a fagbail no go ccathadh í until he should have consumed it).
3 pl. ¤ tairsittís, BNnÉ 13 . FM vi 2016 . Fut. 3 s. (a) (-b-) do
faricba (= dobaricba), RC x 66 . do-t-aircibe, IT ii2 190 (Eg.).
60(b) (infl. of gaibid, see Ériu iii 191 - 3 ) do-t-aircceba, ZCP xiii
276.2 . do-far-faircebha, RC x 66 n. 2 . do fairgeb, 66 n. 1 .
tarceba, RC xii 88 § 97 . targebu, 82 § 79 . tairceba, ZCP viii
195.5 . taircebe, x 52.25 . tairgeba, IT ii2 194 . ni toirceba ,
Death-tales 36 . (c) tairgfi (-b-, late), ZCP viii 547.25 = TBC
65 1784 v.l. (d) (-s-) do-n-air (sic leg.? do fair, v.l.), ZCP x 225
(cf. Lat. Lives 35 ). ? tair, TBC² 1141 , 2757 . 3 pl. (b) do
thairgebad (= do-t-airgebat?), IT ii2 190 . taircebat, 193
(Eg.) tairgebhaid, BB 418a19 . (d) ni tairset, TBC² 3131 ?
Condit. 3 s. (b) na tairchebad , Ériu iv 26.18 .
70 Pret. and perf. 3 s. (a) (depon.) do-arnacair, SG 406.3 . ni
tharnacair , RC xiii 30.29 . co tarnacar , LL 262b31 ; 49 .
BNnÉ 98 § 6 . ZCP x 411.17 . (b) do-dn-arnic, ZCP viii 195.4 .
do-da-farnaic, Fél. June 10 . do farnaic , RC xiv 416 , x 66 .
a ndo-f-arnic (= ndo-b-arnic), 64 . tarnaic, TBC 420 , etc.
75 co tarrnaic , TBC² 2616 . ní tarrnaig , TFrag. 26 . rotharrnig,
CF 1021 . go dtairnig , TD 11.26 (-ic(c), v.l.). tairnic, 25.77
(MSS.). 1 pl. tarnecamar, ZCP iv 242.24 . 3 pl. do-n-arnactar,
Wb. 7b13 . to-sn-airnechtár, FB § 55 . tárnactar, SR 6939 .
ni thairnechtar , IT ii1 178 . co thairnectair , PH 5292 .
80 tairnegtair, RC xiii 30.31 . doarnactatar, Leb. Gab. 144.7 .
con-tornachtatár, LU 10098 ( Im. Brain 64 ). to-sn-airnech-
tatar, FB § 55 Eg. ó thárnecatar, TTr.² 1601 . conatornaca-
dur, Im. Brain 64 v.l. tarncatar, LL 308a1 ( RC xiii 112 ).
Pass. pret. s. tuarnect (?), Fianaig. 10 § 3 .
85(a) comes: tair dum berrad-sa, Ardm. 18a1 ( Thes. ii 214 ).
tair dom chobair, Ériu iii 31 . LB 262b75 . tairced fer ar mo
chend-sa, IT ii2 213 . TBC² 748 . a Phátric, tairche ┐ tair,
Met. Dinds. iii 378 . ni tharnacair Conall, RC xiii 30 . tarra co
luath a comfochraib dūin, RC xxviii 314 . tárnactar 'na dáil,
SR 6939 . tairced int angel do nim i comdāil Aroin, 4605 .
5 tair don chath, Buile S. 6 . nā tairgidis arīs docum nErenn,
RC xxvi 134 . Ériu iv 26 . dofarnaic reme co faidchi na
hEmna came onward, RC xiv 416 . tairgebhaid na Troiana
for ar ndail, BB 418a19 . āilit . . . R. . . . ar co tairsiudh co
cutrama friu `that he would come into conformity with them',
10 BNnÉ 321 . co tairsedh riaghail dromann na sciath (sic leg.) . . .
isin cōir cētna doridhisi so that the row of shields might return
to the same order
(?), CCath. 5847 .
(b) With infixed pron. obj. or accus.: to-m-air, a Lugaid,
TBC² 1070 . a ndo-farnic (= ndobarnic) arráer do-f-aricba
15cach naidchi ye shall every night get what ye got last night,
RC x 64.2 . do-t-aircceba mid cuill a cuachaib airgit thou shalt
get hazel-mead
, ZCP xiii 276.2 . Anecd. i 73 = ZCP xi 161 .
domairnic sund tipra, Anecd. 63 = ZCP xi 156 . tosnairnechtár
fleda mōra feasts came to them (i.e. they found,
20got
), FB § 55 . hōre don-arnactar Crist `because they had
approached Christ
', Wb. 7b13 . targebu deogh firu hErenn,
RC xii 82 . do thaircgebat (= do-t-a.) uaindi tri doim,
Anecd. i 11.9 ; cf. IT ii2 190 § 3 . do airset ar ndala `may they
visit our assemblies
', Fél. Sept. 20 , cf. in dál . . . tuarnect im
25robánad `the tryst . . . has been kept by me in pale death',
Fianaig. 10 , and the doubtful reading condatornachtatar in
dáil (i nd. ¤ ?), Im. Brain § 64 .
(c) Hence finds, gets (in some of the exx. which this meaning
suits there is probably confusion with fo-airicc finds, e.g.
30 condofairnic in Mac Óg for duma shidha in Bhrogha, ZCP v
524 , cf. dofornic lánamni ar a chiund hi síth C. . . . foránic
alaili hi nDumu G., Im. Brain i 53 ). for cach oen tarnecamar
on all whom we have met, ZCP iv 242 . ni thairnechtar fodail
they had not arrived for the distribution, IT ii2 178 . asbert . . .
35ara n-aurthaitis do Emain co tairsitis ōl and, TBC² 613 (do-
airret
?). co tairsem a sen-anmann that we may find their
original names
, Ériu iii 143 . Perh. also: tairr .i. arinnī
taircther ind cach biad, Corm. Y 1262 (do-áirci?). dūs in
tairsimmis a baegul whether we can get a chance at him, TBC²
40 1650 . TBC 667 . Hugh Roe 48 . dūs an ttairsittis iad to see if
they could take them
, FM vi 2016 . is mairg taircebe in cuire
unhappy who survives till that band, ZCP x 52 . mairg thair
iadsan d'aithle cháich, O'Gr. Cat. 556 (fúair, A v 2, 76b ).
(d) comes to an end, is completed, finished, exhausted (prob-
45ably arising from perf. tairnic has come = is over; cf. is
inbechtain ma tairnic leis deredh a imacollma he had hardly
made an end of speaking
, CCath. 5186 ; go ttairnic crich ┐
comhchaithemh a n-uile chostuis, Fl. Earls 188 ). tarnac ┐
tairnic .i. do críochnaigheadh, O'Cl. innuraid . . . .i. in bliadain
50tairnic and the year which has just ended, Corm. Y 783 .
doarnactatar cumhacta (sic MS.) gach iodhoil ind aimsir na
geine coimdetta, Leb. Gab. 144 . tarncatar a rīg-leptha `his
royal beds have ended
', RC xiii 112 = SG 388 . Esp. common
in subj. with co n-: co tairsed a gabáil till its recital should
55have ended
, Trip. 382 . leicid cairdi dūn co tair in t-aifrinn till
the mass is over
, Fél. p. 116 . ní rag co táir in cluichi-seo, RC
xiii 108 = SG 386 . co tarnaic in cluchi sin d'immirt, ib.
ḟētaim-si fācbhāil na crīche nogu tair a coisercadh uile until
its consecration is finished
, Lism. L. 1819 . tarnaic an dairtech
60 the (building of) the oratory is finished, RC xxvii 288 . ó tharnic
in recles do chumtach, Lat. Lives 61 = Trip. 470 . tarnic in bith
the world is over, ZCP v 23 . tairnic do ré thy span is completed,
Ériu i 124 . trén tairnic a worn-out champion, Arch. iii 239 .
tarnic ar lón our provision is exhausted, RC xxxiv 312 (= thair-
65nic linn ar lón, LB 279a21 ). co tairrnig sdair Sērluis thus
endeth
, Fier. 258 .
With DO of pers.: o tharnic dond ingin a haithesc, LU
10054 . co tair dúind ar toisc do dénamh, Im. Brain i 64 . co
tairnic do raind na muici, Anecd. v 15 (= cor ránic dó, IT i
70105 ). go dtairnig dhúin dáil na gcorn, TD 11.26 . ro imbir a
chluiche co tarnacair dō ar in fidchill, SG 405 . ni thairnic
dhó acht sin do rādh anuair, etc. he had barely finished these
words when
, Buile S. 48 . With FRI: o thairnic fri h Ísu osaicc
dia apstalu when Jesus had done washing His apostles' feet,
75 PH 5265 . With LA: ic ól na coibledi sin co tarnacar leo,
MU² 128 . cu tairnic leo athnuaidiud . . . gach neich romillset,
RC xiv 36 . go ttairnig léo a raibhe d'uisge aca do chaithemh,
Ériu v 186 . in tan tairgeba lemsa, dena cennsa frim anmain
when all shall be over with me, Ériu iii 30 . With ó: ní tharnaic
80uad acht a rád he only managed to say, TBC 2071 . ni tharnic
úan do rád, 645 .

doáirim adj(áirem) innumerable: doárim a dag-dáin, Met. Dinds.
iii 298 . ataid dóáirmhe beathuighe bheaga ┐ mhóra, Ps. civ
25 . See díáirim.

85 do-airindi (*to-air-fuin-, Ped. ii 526 ) later as simple vb.
tairnid, toirnid, turnaid. IGT Verbs §§ 54 - 55 . Ipv. 2 s.
do-n-rind, FB § 36 Eg. tairinn, SR 6019 . toirind, RC xxiii
414 . 3 s. tairned, Ériu iii 100 . 2 pl. tairinnid, SR 7985 .
3 pl. toirnet, 4394 . Indic. pres. 3 s. tairindi, TBC² 2691 .
tan-aurnat , Thes. ii 253.5 (perh. confused with ar-neith, see
5Ped.). do-airnet, O'Don. 877 ( H. 3.17 629 ). tairnid, FB § 78 ,
SC § 18 . Impf. 3 pl. dofairnitis, TBC 184 . dusn-arinntis,
BDD 114 Eg. Fut. 1 s. -tairniub, LL 149a31 . tairinnfit (leg.
-fet), RC x 226 . 3 s. tairnfidh, Lism. L. 1051 . 3 pl. tairnebtait
(= tairnebat + pron.), LL 308a5 . tairndfet, LU 9866 . Perf.
10 3 s. rotairinn, SR 859 , rothairind, LL 128a11 , CCath. 5428 , etc.
rotherind, LL 308a3 (= Lec. 309va38 ). ro theirin , Fél. 222 .
rothoirn, RC xxv 394.28 , etc. nir toirnd , CCath. 1449 . do
thórainn, SG 59 . rasturn, LL 240a24 . Pass. impf. subj. ara
turnta , TBC 409 . Pass. perf. do-r-airned, SR 4495 . ro turnat
15(leg. -ad?), CCath. 2571 . pl. ra-turnait, TBC 411 . Vn. tair-
niud.
I Trans. (a) lets down, lowers: tairnid in mbial for a munēl,
FB § 78 . tairindi Fer D. sīs in sciath, cotnūara Cūchulaind
cusann gāi ōsin scīath, TBC² 2691 . Of plying a weapon: intí
20doairnet gai do feirg, O'Don. 877 ( H. 3.17 629 ). rastócaib
leis . . . ┐ rasturn arna sluagaib lowered (? couched, of a spear),
LL 240a24 ( TTr. 1733 ). do toirneadh leó-san doire do ḟeadhaibh
chrannreamhra ... is na (leg. ris na?) bruinnibh a forest of
(spears) was levelled against their breasts, ML 128 . Of unyoking
25a chariot: tairnitir a carpait, TFerbe 82 . ara turnta a carpat,
TBC 409 . donrind sís . . . an carpat, FB § 36 (Eg.). rotuirr-
nadar a seola lowered their sails, CF 73 . tairind dinetan do
fraig (.i. tabair h'aigid form), LU 2981 (= SG 225 ). maith do-
n-airnem gnūis well we lower the face (in giving thanks), Ériu
30 ii 56 . in fōd . . . ar a toirnenn a traigid, MR 198 . Lays down,
deposits: turnaid a biad ┐ a lind dóib, TBC 136 . roturnait
annsin a n-aes uthair, Cog. 214 . tuirinn bann dod bhaoithrebraid
`impose a law', O'Gr. Cat. 457 . Transf. presses down,
weighs down: rothairin talam hē, Fél. 222 Oct. 12 . With refl.
35pron., bends oneself, bows: tanaurnat in sacart fa thrī, Thes.
ii 253.5 . Cf. cruimther .i. sacart . . . ón tairned thoirnes the
genuflexion he makes
, Fél.² xlv § 24 . a chlerig, coisc in figill, |
inge fo a thrí no tairind (leg. not-t.), LL 365 marg. inf. tricha
semmand . . . dusn-arinntis inna cend anuas, RC xxii 398 .
40 In LU 10048 : atchíu, tairnid in gréin ngil the sun sets, the
construction seems impers. (unless nom. tír be supplied from
foregoing sentence).
(b) Trans. and fig. lowers, abates, subdues, humbles: tairinn
tho gail abate thy rage, SR 6019 . toirind do brotha, RC xxiii
45414 . noco tairniub-sa mo brég, LL 149a31 . meabhal d'ar
n-oes dana . . . na tairnett an ngaoith ndraoideachta, Leb.
Gab. 256 = nach tairnet in druidheacht, Lec. 28b11 . tocbaid
lobru, tairnid tríunu, SG 18 . Tigernan toirneas is togbus tiri
┐ tuatha, Lec. 404a48 . airrter na tíre tairrneas he subdues the
50east
, IT iii 69 . asar-tairned treb Temrach, Lec. 35b21 .
rothairnfind mo bídbadú, LL 307b26 ( SG 387 ) (dothairrfind,
Lec. 618b9 ). tairntear nert Aithnensta desidhe, Leb. Gab.
146 . Iondrachtach nár thoirinn tachar whom strife subdued
not
, Hy Fiachr. 92 . ní turntar a onōir, Marco P. 118 . roturnat
55a n-ítu their thirst was quenched, CCath. 2571 .
II Intrans. (a) in lit. sense descends, comes down, alights,
bends: dá tairnad snathat a féci for airlár if a needle should fall,
LL 263b16 ( MU² 232 ). oiléan i dtoirneann grian, Content.
iv 17 . rothoirinn cáor theinedh do nimh for a.cend, BNnÉ 291
60(rotoirling, v.l.). gur thúrnadar brain-eóin . . . ar chorpaibh
curadh, ML 130 . do thurn an spiratt noemh orra, Maund. 85 .
an t-arán fírinneach thuirn do neamh, Eochairsg. 54.z (do
thoirnigh, x). rothoirinn a mbile na cille perched, Buile S. 16 .
rotheraind A. for a glúinib fell on his knees, TTr.² 1921 .
65 toirnet dond altóir let them bow, SR 4394 . tairned cách fria
chéle let each one humble himself (fig.?), Ériu iii 100 . táinic
cuigi ┐ do thoirn dó, BB 234b37 . immá duma dess | hi tairndfet
do chrois on which they will kneel to the cross, LU 9866 ( PRIA
xix 534 ). ca drem dib ara toirnfed . . . toicthi na n-gliad on
70which of them would alight the fortune of war
, MR 240.z .
(b) Transf. and fig. sinks, abates, is lowered, humbled: gáir
nách toirneann go tráth gleac, 3 C 12, 78.2 . rotairinn a ferg,
CCath. 3698 . atbert gurab gerr co turnfadh a tren his might
would be lessened
, Expugn. Hib. 83 . a ríge sech cach rotherind
75 his kingdom has waned, LL 308a3 . do talmain tairind gach
sean, BB 410b35 . cor thoirind i cath | la hAilill till he was
overthrown by A.
, Lec. 37b44 . do toirnetar don tograim
desisted from pursuit, Celt. Rev. iv 212 .
See tairnigid.