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tíacht n[?ā,f.],tíachtu[n],tíachtain[g s. -ana]. Mid. Ir.
vn.ofdo-icc(see alsotíchtu)cf. Sarauw, Irske Studier
§ 105 . The vocalism is perhaps influenced bytíag-in forms
oftéit,q.v.
55 I act ofcoming,reaching;taking place: iar tiachtain
Patraic, Corm. Y 883 .fo-chen du t[h]iachtain ... a oighe,
637 .cian rofeas do thíachtu sund, BDD² 359 .atrogell
Édaín ... t. ¤ úaitsiu, Ériu xii 184.4 .fath a tiachta an-Erinn,
Lec. 287a37 =fath a tiachtana, BB 43a35 .bés ní tarissi iar
60tíachtain, TBFr. 395 .iar tiacht inmadha ... na hingine,
St. Ercuil 557 .iar tiacht in lae, 1765 .iar tiachtain doib
int shlebe (riachtainv.l.), TBC² 616 .cia bad dóig diar
tiachtain, TBC 823 .dlegar a tiachtain`it ought to be forth-
coming
,' Laws i 128.6 Comm. cen tiachtain in marbtha
65 though death does not take place, 174.8 Comm. ?don ingin
ac ata in tiacht maicne, Laws ii 404.24 Comm. (butcf.
Stud. in E. Ir. Law 71 n. 1 .).
IIWith prepositions. (a)t. ¤ as act ofescaping from:
na coimgend tiachtain as, Laws v 332.10 Comm. (b)t. ¤
70de tobe able: gan tiachtain de a tocuala, TTebe 3370 .
(c)t. ¤ etar act ofgoing between, ?interrupting: tiachtain
itir dilgud ┐ indechad, Laws i 14.2 Comm. ríge ... ocu do
gress, cen tiachtain eatarra without interruption?(Plummer
MS. notes), Lism. L. 2102. (d)t. ¤ fo act ofsubmitting to;
75tobe liable to; act ofimpugning: tiachtain fo dliged folt-
maisi tosubmit to , Laws v 122.11 Comm. tiachtain fo lan
in ecodnaig ann, ii 70.22 Comm. is coimgech in fine forru
im tiachtain fo coruib toimpugn , v 130.10 Comm. (e)t. ¤
fri (i)act ofopposing: ar ba haigmeil leis a thiachtain fris
80ima rigi, Lec. 269vb27 .fonaiscid forro cen tiachtain fris
... co brath, RC xxiv 200.26 . (ii)act ofsubmitting to: tiach-
tain ... re dliged submitting to law, Laws ii 16.28 Comm.
(f)t. ¤ im:tiachtain ima reir to abide by his decision, Laws
v 252.16 Comm. (g)t. ¤ o:tiachtain o leith dire co trian
85naithgena`isreduced ,' iii 176.6 Comm. (h)t. ¤ tar act
ofwithdrawing from;mentioning;transgressing: dias
doroine cundrad ... is cuimgech cach fer dib 'masech tiach-
tain tairis, H. 5.15,8a ( O'Don. 1589 ).nocha chumaing ...
tiachtain tairis, H. 3.18,642a ( O'C. 1434 ).is imarcraid
n-imnisen tiachtain dar na nechib tomention , LU 7915 .is
5tíachtain tar breith senórach tíachtain tar do breith trans-
gressing , Ériu iv 134.21 , 22 .otchonnairc Dia tiachtain
doib tara thimna, Lec. 22vb43 .
IIIIn phraseic tiachtain leigind engaged in learning ,
later simplytiachtain:ic tiachtain leiginn ┐ proicepta,
10 Lism.L. 2613 .saoi tiachtana leigind, FM ii 836.19 .logh
a tiachtana no a oidechta, Laws v 212.21 Comm. calbh a
tiacht .i. cenn saoiechta, ZCP v 485 § 2 (B. na f.).

tíag n ā,f.(< Lat.thēca) wallet,satchel(esp.for books): on
toga ... ar is taga set bis inti ...vel a tego , Corm. Y 1235 .
15 dodosrat inna théig nuaig, SR 5868 .cuirset na manaig
in cend ina téig libair, PH 925 .atnagar in tiag libur isin
cuas, Trip. 556.9 .dobertatar in téich cona reilcib isind
cuass, 84.17 .do na bolgaibh nó do na tiachaibh leathair,
Keat. i 190.13 .tiacha nach treabhair baoise, O'Bruad.
20 iii 4 § 2.

tíagán n[o,m.] (tíag) little bag (cf. tíagánachand Dinneen,
O'R.s.v. tiachán.) ? To this:lethnaigi a tiagana gurab
comlethan fri seichid eilti, O'Dav. 231.

tíagánach n o,m.(tíagán)onebearingalittle bag: athiaganaig ,
25 Bruchst. i 32 § 74 = IT iii 103 § 198.

tíam- prefIn cpd.tíamgestal`? feeble effort,' Met. Dinds. iii
260.15 .Cf. tíamda.

tíamda adj io, iā
(a) slow,feeble: ní tiamdae tim som, Fél. Prol. 259 .
30 admat na bi tíamdae weak , 294 .tiamda .i. meata, O'Dav.
1571. tiamhdha .i. mall, O'Cl.geg rigda nar tiamda troid,
BB 61a46 .nír gním tiamda téithmire, Met. Dinds. ii 66.14 .
ria lotta nir thiamda tais, RC xlvii 290.11 .cruaid lé ┐
tiamda a torrches, LL 49a33 .
35(b) obscure; (of persons)dullwitted: tiamda .i. dorcha,
O'Dav. 1571. duine tiamda techtas cruth | cen c[h]eill
glain dia ḟursundud, ZCP vi 267 § 8.

tíar adv.laterthíar. See alsotíarain.
(a) behind: cengal etaru tiar for a formna, Aen. 1064 .
40 dairt i crand nairidi tiar, Críth Gabl. 224 .meadh meanaidh
thiar ar a thóin, Ir. Review,1912, 471 § 7 .Referring to
previous passagein a book: cia nos labram tiar i stair,
Rawl. 69b10 .don taoibh thiar`on the other side' FM v
1786.1 .
45(b) in the west,westerly: `cid dognither thiar innossa
... ?' `Tene do ḟatog ┐ bó derg do thelcud forsin n-áth
aniar,' Ériu iii 141.193 .cont-ric fri Richis ... t. ¤ oc Lemain,
MU² 1029 .d'éixibh Érenn thoir is t. ¤ , ZCP viii 109.21 .ni
dinsid tiar na tair, SR 7629 .an taobh thiar, TSh. 173 .
50 Referring toIreland, in opposition totair(q.v.): is imdha
toir laech leabhar ... imdha tiar toradh abhla, Reeves
Ad.,286.9 , 13 .

tíarach n(tíar) crupper:gl.postilena, Ir. Gl. 265 .cuir
uirthe a rí [bhus] rí ar neamh | tiarach do dhóchas daingean,
55 Aithd. D. 81.10 .

? tíarad n act ofseeking: atat fir Erenn agad lorgairecht ┐
agad tiaradh, TBC p. 185 n. 8 .Cf. tiaradh` going ' O'R.
Leg. agat íarraid.

tíarain adv(tíar) in the west: cleth Shligigh thiarain do thoit
60| tigidh iaraidh a éroic, IGT Decl. ex. 681 .cabhair Íle, a
earla nocht | tabhair thíarain do Thoigh Fhéilim, Sc. G.
St. iv 138 § 3.

tíarmóracht n[ā],f. vn.ofdo-íarmórat.act offollowing,
pursuing: doróich in t. ¤ (sic leg.) forro co hÁth nImfuait
65 pursuit , LU 10463 .bidh ann tiarmóracht dīāilgean`Ver-
folgung
', Arch. iii 295 § 28 .hi t. ¤ after: ícc co nindocbáil
inna tiarmoracht, Wb 30a26 .air is gnáth lassar hi tiar-
moracht diad, Ml 40c1 .is e in mac inti bís i tiarmórthecht,
RC xxvi 30 n. 8 .
70 Gramm.postposition: ┐ .s. inna tiarmoracht, Sg. 16a14 .
hi tiarmóracht són, 9a10 .tiarmoracht`postposition,'
215a1 . Of a noun governed byíar:iar fiur a thiarmoracht
`its progenitive,' Auraic. 1525.

tíarmóraigid vn.ofdo-íarmórat; influenced bysaigid,
75see Ped. ii 600 ; succession,descendants: mani tancatar
tiarmoraigith cloindi, Laws iii 106.17 Comm.

tíarmórtach n o,m.(do-íarmórat) successor: isé aired ata
ní dona tiarmortachaiph, H.3.18,244b ( O'C. 462 ).cona
mbeth ina tiarmoirtecha[ib], H.3.18,500 ( O'C. 1244 ).
80 re ré na tiarmortach, H.3.17,col. 282 ( O'Don. 371 ).
? Asadj. succeeding,following: comarba na eclaisi tiar-
mórtighi, BColm. 104.27 (but Meyer emends totiarmór-
tighthiand translates persecuted ).

tíarmórtacht n[ā,f.] (tíarmórtach) succession: ise i tiar-
85mortacht iar tain, H.3.18,5 00 ( O'C. 1244 ).

tíarmórthaid n i,m.(do-íarmórat) follower,successor,des-
cendant: giallu do tiarmortaid tar crich, Laws v 216.23 ;
218.35 Comm. a leth do thiarmorthaibh, 234.2 Comm. re
ré na tiarmorthuidh, H.3.17,col. 282 ( O'Don. 371 ). Note
also:dona tiarmoirthibh, H.3.18,500 ( O'C. 1244 ).dona
5tiarmoraibh, H.3.18,423b ( O'C. 984 ).