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? teorchobraid n(cf. cobair):dollotar teorcobraid asin
longport na nGennti fri tóir a mmuintire` reinforcements ,'
AU i 434.13 .

teorda adj io, iā(teöir) contemplative: in betha theorda .i.
a menma i nDia do-gres, PH 3549.

5 tepersiu xand derivv. seeteipersiu,etc.

? tepor n ri hErend do fhacbail ┐ beith duit foram-sa ┐ a th. ¤
im diaid si` vengeance ,' Ir. MSS. Ser. 180.5 ( YBL 118b32 ).

terad n dryness,dry weather: ba t. ¤ , Thes. ii 334.36 . See
turad.

10 1 terba,-ad,-úd,-ód (with unlen.-b-)vn.ofterbaid
(do-eipen). Forms in-úd,-ódperh. infl. byturbrúd, -ód,
q.v. Cf.alsoturbaid. severing,separating,cutting off: mo
dá brattán cen terbba, Trip.² 1285 .cech fer cloinne
Conallaig | da raga rum can t. ¤ | nocha bia da genelaigh | acht
15sil Cairim a certa, Anecd. ii 31 xiii § 1 .nirbo rubach fria
t. ¤ , | sé cóic cubat a harda(of Tara), Met. Dinds. i 30.35 .
tuc fri réir gin t. ¤ | cethri geill a hAlba`without separation,'
Cóir Anm. 118 .tearbadh .i. dealughadh, O'Cl.terbadh
.i. indarba no delugud,ut est[cin deoraid ┐ rl.] coemthecht
20cin therbud .i. comaitcither a cin for intí i roibe coímitecht
cina innarba uadh, O'Dav. 1517. mo terbaidh(cheville),
Leb. Gab. 68.2 (glossed:mó do turbrodh, nó do urbadh,
no do dheluccadh).ni hamlaidh sin don drochbuachaill
fagcaid a [n-]aenur a curcha cen terbaid forro conus ethait
25faelcoin iad who leaves his sheep unscattered(?), D iv 2,
73d42 .co tancotar na huain co hopund do chumm a máthar
... rorithset co dian dia terpúd na n-úan, Thr. Hom. 8.18 =
terpud, Trip.² 137 .dogéna a ndeligud ┐ a terbod, LU 2320 .
mintrebtha do therbōd (: dergār), Arch. iii 240 § 4 .terbod
30fri gnūise gnātha, 311.z =terbhadh, FM ii 618.14 .

? 2 terba v(cf. erbaid)imper. 2 s. entrust: ass nuanfadach
... | na t. ¤ do chaitine, Leb. Gab. 32.6 , glossed:delaigh no
congaibh do chat beg ó bainne(cf. terbaid).na t. ¤ do biail
... | re hasnasach, 7 , glossed:delaigh no aithin do tuagh
35...don tsnoidhetoir.

terbaid v(with unlen. -b-). Late formation from perf. of
do-eipen,q.v. severs,separates,sets apart: imper.: nobor-
terpaid-si... in far curadhaiu ... for leith go ye apart, Anecd.
ii 58.1 .perf.:nírondegtherbria dremmaib it was not well
40(for him) that he separated from his troops, Met. Dinds. ii
48.30 .fri Temair cid rodosterbb what severed them from
Tara
?, Rawl. 83b55 .Partholon rotherba thair | co mbeith
ós Elga ... | Brea mac S. ... | fri hengnom fri hairm-dígail
` detached ,' Met. Dinds. iii 112.25 .ro therba ┐ ro delidh
45Dia in t[s]oillsi ona dorchaib, Lec. 264c12 .rodosterbaiset
fo leith | oenfer glicc di cach oentreib(of the twelve spies),
SR 4653 .dorerpaidhsiot ... fo leith, Anecd. ii 58.4 .pass.
is aire naro-terbodI. ... fris-na hapstalu, PH 5317 .isin
mais chruinn ... as' terpad in domun, Ériu ii 108.12 .trúagh
50romthearbadh sunn | rem shlúagh, Buile Ṡ. 26.5 .fut.
terbabaid... a noemu ... ris-na pecdachu, PH 3633 .Vn.
1 terba.

? terbaig ind diuchtra a t. ¤ andregoin, LU 3826 ( SC 28 ), glossed:
a galar ban sidi(a terbaidh aindre geoin,v.l.), Arch. i 16.28
55(see note). `awake from the fairy sickness,' SC²ed. Dillon
p. 36 . ?Cf. 1 terba.

terbert xseetairbert.

terbrúd xseeturbrúd.

terbrútech adj o, ā(turbrúd) hindered,delayed: bid terbrutech
60a cumtach(of a building), Trip. 192.25 .

terc adj o, ā few,scanty,meagre,sparse: tercagl.exigua, Ml
48c30 . tearc.i. beag(B. na f.), ZCP v 484 n. 9 .
IUsed attributively:scceolanga terca`a few fugitives,'
FM i 332.10 .adguisiu na tri turcu tercu`the three meagre
65boars
,' Thes. ii 293.4 . patert. ¤ da cach oclaigh nāim a short
prayer
(?), Ériu ii 229 § 6 .hua menmain t. ¤ `with feeble
mind
,' Ml 118a10 .Of food,etc. scanty,meagre: betha
thearcc, Fél.² cxl Sept. 8 .ba fri fáilti feisibh tercaibh,
ZCP viii 198 § 17 . Of (parts of) the body:an chuid diobh
70aga mbid cuirp thana thearca thin , 23 K 42,83.1 .Cf. ata
in croiceand tearccutis rara [est], 87.6 .an tiomghlún tearc
the soft slender knee, Dánta Gr.² 67.23 . Of words:ralabair
P. briathra terca tarbacha`a few profitable words,' TTebe
675 .a bhriathra troma tearca, PBocht 25.33 .
75 IIUsed predicatively. (a)nita terca som, Ml 92c13 .
bá t. ¤ cach n-adbar dó, LU 11008 .immat buar, t. ¤ ass, SG
80.9 .is t. ¤ bur sluaigh, IT iii 388.10 .nidot terctha m'fhúar-
adhbha, Buile Ṡ. 48.4 .bheith tearc mí gan pinginn im
purs`hard up,' Ó Bruad. iii 6.14 .beathadhuigh állta ... do
80dhénas tearc a nuibhir sibh, Lev. xxvi 22 .atā an naomh-
thacht ... coimhthearc ┐ sin aca ..., Desid. 6453 . With
follg. gen. of respect:an teangaidh nach tearc labhra,
Studies 1934, 433 § 1 c .mná in táiblidh munba t. ¤ lóin,
DDána 119.15 .tearc foirne clár na cruinne, Dán Dé xiv 10 .
85Withde:tearc do lacht mé ... | ó thart na sé sealánach,
TD 44.1 .
(b) With copula in various constructions. Most commonly
with follg.n s.:ist. ¤ rí dia rodamain, Met. Dinds. iii 234.2 .
ni t. ¤ do Grecaib fer do dingbala-su, TTr. 1284 .tearc ... |
ní ... nar adhair é, DDána 17.10 .t. ¤ nech do dligh a éra,
5 BNnÉ 279.9 .as tearc duine da tucthar na grasa sin,
BCC 240.30 . Withn p.: tearcingheana a n-ionnshamhoil,
DDána 55.2 .budh tearc caraid ag cath Éirne, Aithd. D.
28.30 .Cf. ba t. ¤ for bith mnai a samail, PH 830 . With
follg.rel.clause:gidh tearc duit-se nar umhluigh, DDána
10 4.8 .tearc do-fhidir few know, Dán Dé iii 26 .as t. ¤ aga
raibhe fis, BNnÉ 291 § 6 . With partitivedeandrel.clause:
tearc díobh nach deaghadhbhar, DDána 3.6 .tearc do chách
ód fhleidh leagar, 48.20 .tearc dínn nach daorfadh fínné,
58.1 .
15Asadv.:dorat dam Gridhair ... | abaidh Ēirenn is
Alban, | mo beith uaistibh go t. ¤ , ZCP xii 394.12 .as (sic leg.)
fírthearc cuirid uathadh ar na connsainibh` rarely ' (O'Cl.
on the spelling of O. Ir.), RC iv 355.14 .
Compar.andsuperl.:ind ti dib dana teirci in cenel
20indile sin who had fewest of that species of stock, Laws iii
464.6 =intí [dib] ... is terci [in] cenel innili [sin], O'Dav.
484. teirce a-cách an creideamh cóir, DDána 57.1 .an
uair ... | is teirce atá dhá iarraidh`when fewest are seeking
it
,' TD 31.16 .tír ina teirce tonna`where waves are gentlest,'
25 28.33 .na tolcha as teirce sreabha | na linnte as lia éigneadha
whose streams are shallowest(?), DDána 100.4 .ní teirce
cách na crecha`no less numerous than the entire population
will the preyings be
,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 48.19 .nir teirce an
tred rea nairemh(after the giving of seven sheep to the
30poor), BNnÉ 149.33 .
Compds. ¤ bóllach:do leas turba an tearcbhóllaigh
`who repaired all the loss of the cattle-pen wasted,' Ó Bruad.
i 198.6 . ¤ cuid:for terccuidib .i. for proind bic, Fél.² cxl
Sept. 8 .lear dhainid sinn i dtearcuid bídh, Ó Bruad. iii
35226 . ? ¤ lí:hi certrī no rainte adíu | nín bo therclī toillte
tnu, BB 45a19 . ¤ menmae:derchaineth co terc-menmain
hi timnaib de`despair along with inattention to the commands
of God
,' Ériu vii 172.12 . ¤ menmnach:co nábtís tercmen-
mnaig dispirited , TTr.² 1026 . ¤ múinte:do thuaith-
40chliaraibh tura tearc-mhúinte ill-mannered , TSh. 2292 .
¤ ól:táir-bhiadh ┐ tearc-ól`scarcity of drink,' 2262 . ¤ phit:
for t. on meagre rations, Fél. Sept. 8 .nícon tercphít,
Immrama 66 § 122 (=tercbít, Anecd. i 64 ). ¤ threb:iadad
for terctrebaib(sic leg.), Laws i 102.25 ,.i. is na trebaib
45ata terca duine, 104.20 Comm.