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timne n io,n. vn.ofdo-immna.n s. atimne , Wb 3c33 .d s.
iartimnu , 6d2 .n p. timnae, Ml 71b14 .g p. timnae, 46c24 .
timpne, Wb 4d24 .d p. iartimnaib , SR 3138 . Laterm.
andf.:a haithle natimnai , TTebe 3843 .is é mothimna ,
50 RC xiii 460 § 60 . Alsot:natimnadu , PH 7952 ,timnadai,
5922 , but usuallyindecl.in Mid. and Mod. Ir.g s. tiomanta,
TSh. 5162 (on analogy ofpart.).
I act ofcommanding,command,precept: timna .i. aithne,
O'Dav. 1566. comallaid a timnae ┐ gnímu, Ml 115c2 .iar
55timnaib na mbrátharse, SR 3062 .ná rochomaill a thoil
┐ a thimna, LU 2342 .iar timnaib ind rígsa, Fél. Prol. 27 .
céne connoither mo thimnasa, Mon. Tall. 129.31 .is dia
sheirc conairliter | a thol ocus a thimnae, Ériu i 195.2 .do
thímnaib na sruithi, 196.9 .deich timna Dé, BColm. 100.7 .
60 na deich timna, Hib. Min. 1.21 .na huile timna, Laws i
114.z .tiomna Críost níor chomhuill siad, DDána 31.7 .
In phrasestar t. ¤ against the commandment of ,techt tar t. ¤
totransgressthecommandmentof: rofitir in Coimdiu no
regad duine dar a timna asbreth fris, Ériu ii 108 § 25 .dar
65t. ¤ a tigernai, SR 1162 .techt dar t. ¤ in rig, LU 4066 .tóeb
do thabairt riu is dar timna, PRIA xix C 542 § 10 .is tearc
tharrla | díobh gan teacht tar tiomna, Dán Dé xii 2 .an
chliar tar tiomna ag tuitim i dtréatúireacht, O'Bruad. ii 4.4.
II act ofrecommending;sending off: do bí aga thiomna
70do Dhía, Misc. Hag. Hib. 103 y .broimm crúaid iar n-ithi
arba | i timnu anma Concluchair`speeding the soul,' RC
xiv 191.20 .Cf. fri timna bais`at the point of death,' Ériu
v 120.24 .
III (a)act ofbequeathing;will,testament: ag t. ¤ ferainn
75dia macaib, IT iii 372.3 .íarna th. ¤ dó, ZCP viii 328.21 .
mad ail leis ni do t. ¤ , Laws iii 52.1 Comm. dorigni t. ¤ dia
rigi ┐ da ferann, RC xxvi 132.2 .is é mo th. ¤ cen on | atbiur
ingra do Mac Con, RC xiii 460 § 60 .tiumna fri hec, Laws
v 368.3 .do réir tiomna do órdaigh, BNnÉ 262.2 .atbáth
80gan tiomna gan aithrighe, FM ii 1182.7 .fāgbuis a tt. ¤ thol-
tanach an crann pailme ... ag H. a n-oighrecht, Fl. Earls
230.2 .éisd rem thiomna, a Thighearna, DDána 62.13 .
(b) bequest,gift: timna in rig, RC xviii 182.5 .do chuid
tiomna as a bequest, PBocht 9.29 .beir lat ... in cilfing
85mbicc-sea do timmna`as a keepsake,' Mer. Uil. 167.
(c)act ofdisposing of,allocating(?),disposition: munar
leis í ré tiomna, Content. vi § 108 .tiomna Iughoine ar
Éirinn, iv § 47 .tiomna Colmáin ar a cheird, Studies 1918,
99 § 9 .clár tiomna na trócaire, DDána 21a.12 .Cf. ó bhias
liom lá na tiomna | maor tobhaigh an tighiorna day of
5judgment
, DDána 11.7 .
(d) Testament(of Scriptures): mar dobí sa tsentimna,
Maund. § 10 .mhfuilsi na tiomna núaidhe, Matt. xxvi 28.
(e) bargain,covenant: dobhēr dhuitsi ... tearc tiomna
is daoire dhuit, | maoine iomdha 'na éiruic, ZCP xii 381.3 .
10 tiomna nār dhual do dhemhan | do thuar diomdha an
Dūileamhan, 30 .
Note also:áit a mbia mo thaisi, mo thiomna ┐ mo thir-
uairsi` remains,corpse ' (Plummer MS. notes), BNnÉ i 266.21 .

timnaid xseedo-immna.

15 timnaigid v g(timne) (a) orders,commands: tiumnaigther
uad co tuaith, Laws i 136.1 Comm.
(b) commends,entrusts: tiomnuighim dhuit mo smuain-
tighe, Donl. 260.6 .tiomnuighidh an bocht é féin duit,
Ps. x 14.

20 timned xseetinmed.

? timollamnas ind dobreth rátha na n-uile dúla ... do t. ¤ rig
Caisil dia shil dogress, Irish Texts i 20 § 9 .Leg. im ollamnas.

timomnad n(?omun)act ofterrifying? : bid ann t. ¤ a ndūine,
Arch. iii 295 § 25.

25 timorcon n ā,f. vn.ofdo-immoirg. Latertimarcain.
I act ofshortening: athimmorcuin `its shortening'
(correptio), Sg. 18b3 .ius inna timmoircne, 221b8 .
II (a)act ofrestraining,repression,discipline: i tim-
maircnibgl.in carceribus, Wb 15d31 .is do dlegar ... a
30cosc ┐ a timorcun fri hurdu ecclaisi, LB 12a35 .fria tinchosc,
fria timmarcain, SR 4548 .timargain sula .i. gan sír dhechain
neich do chléirech ach a liubhar(sic leg.), O'Don. Suppl. s.v.
tiomargain.tri timorgain cuibsi no gnuisi, H.3.18,9b ( O'C.
21 ).brīathar āilgen, timarcain borrfaidh, ZCP iii 27.3 .crō
35timorgne, xii 364.7 .timargna fri ōentrātha, iii 25.14 .
mac son bīs i tesgaire a athar ina timaircnib techtaib,
xiii 23.17 .do timorgain in fuilt sin immo cend`to confine,'
CCath. 4120.
(b)act offorcing,compelling: inna timmaircneagl.
40 coartationes, Ml 55d18 .is do tra dugnither insin dia chosc
┐ timmarcuin dochum dáe, 111c3 .fri timarcain cáich fo
recht, SR 7097 .forfhemdinn a thimargain, 1338 .da
noemog rohidhbratar inn-oighe do Dia a rop ail leisseom
a timarcain fri feraib, Anec. iii 40.6 .timorcain dligid deit
45for fer, Laws v 478.23 Comm. dia timorgain do reir, Mann.
and Cust. iii 491.19 .
(c)act ofdriving(cattle, etc.): oc timmargain a cethra do
etrud, LL 167b20 .tiomargain cethra no cruidh, BNnÉ
263.5 .timargain dam fri a ngabail, Laws v 486.23 .
50(d)act ofgathering,collecting: forcraid cech baill do
thinól ┐ do thimarcain ind féin, LU 2584 .ic tinol ic timar-
cain na scel nuathmar, BB 257b50 .in comhlín sin do
cinedhaibh ┐ do ríghaib do timorcon d'énrí[g], CCath. 1613 .
airecht do timurcain, Laws i 202.11 Comm. ag tiomargan
55a lebhar, SG 2.12 .cian ataoi ag tiomargan cean, A. Ó
Dálaigh xl 3 .
(e)act oflevying: etir saigid ┐ timmarcain, Cáin Ad.
§ 30 .timargain érca ar in flaith, H. 3.17,col. 419 ( O'Don.
516 ).dlegar do na flathaib timorgan caich dib for a fearann,
60 Laws iii 20.8 Comm.

timortae adj io, iā part.ofdo-immoirg.
I (a) shortened,short: cid timmartae péneuilt, Sg. 52a15 .
in tan is timmortae, Corm. Y 114 .cach timarta ar chena,
Auraic. 1550.
65(b) straitened,strict: timmartaibgl.artís, Ml 27a4 .
timmartaegl.arcta, 44a2 .Cf. dedairn.
II (a) restrained,punished: timmartaigl.cohibetos,
Ml 121d5 .amal a[ta] timmartaigl.castigati sint, 118d13 .
síl nAdaim at timmarta, SR 8131.
70(b) constrained: nephthimmorti fri slond n-intliuchta
not constrained to express a meaning, Sg. 3a8 .
Compar. atathimmartu gl.artiores, Ml 57a6 .

? timorlai ind dobeir tra timmorlai ┐ immetlai menman, IT
ii2107.23 =dobeir tra etir eri ┐ etlai ┐ todiuri menman,
75 Alex. 1077.

timortain n(a)act ofkilling:death: atait secht timortana
... .i. t. ¤ in fir tuites isin cath ..., Laws v 236.16 , 18 Comm.
(b) dead stock,chattels: cro .i. na beodile ┐ timartain .i.
na mairbdile, H.3.18,151, half-leaf 9 ( O'C. 270 ).ag agra
80arin tiumartain riasiu tí aimsir tobaigh for biu, Eg. 88,fo.
39 (40)c ( O'C. 2487 ).

timpach n o,m. playeron the `timpán': cúisig, timpaig cen
triamna | filid ocus faen-chlíara, Met. Dinds. iii 18 235 .
Cf. timpánach.

85 timpán n o,m.(< Lat.tympanum). Also occas.f.:umae
bīs inti, Corm. Y 1258 . IGT Decl. § 35.
(a) timbrel,drum: siur do Moisi, Maire már | iar sain ro
sephainn t. ¤ , SR 4042 .Muire ... ┐ si oc senmaimm thímpain,
LB 118b44 .ghlac sí tiompán na láimh, Ex. xv 20 .bidh
foghur and mar guth timpáin, mar toirrnigh, Rosa Ang.
5 26.20 .da fogruidhi an medhon re bualad mar t. ¤ , no mar
tabur, 268.14 .
(b)some kind ofstringed instrument: ic seinm a thimpáin
téidbind, SR 6060 .timpān .i. tim .i. sail ┐ bān .i. umae
bīs inti, Corm. Y 1258 .cruit .i. ar timpan sin, Laws v
10106.34 Comm. timpan bec ro bói ac na mnaib | cona leth-
rind airgid báin | cona deilgnib oir buidhe | cona thétaib
findruine, Acall. 5610 .timpan aircit ana laimh | fa hor
dearg teta an timpain, 362 n. fer becc, trí thét ina t. ¤ , RC
xiii 438.1 .tri téad is laige táin | do chím a lar do thiompáin,
15 Rel. Celt. ii 293.14 .timpan becc ... ┐ in sepainfidhtir duit-si
he? ... atnaigh-sium a mher tharse, RC vi 183.13 .re foscad
... na t. ¤ 'ga tadall d'aigthib ocus dformnadaib eand ocus
ingen na suad 'gá sarsheinm, MR 168.x .tolg do thetaib
timpain, Laws v 276.5 Comm. orgána et timpána et cláir-
20siocha, Aisl. Tund. 114.6 =orgáin ┐ timpáin ┐ cláirseóir
ag a seinm, 139.11 .timpan creda in lāim chli in gilla,
Anecd. i 2.21 .imirt sgéith Lagha ar do láimh | ar chléith
tana do thimpáin, IGT Decl. ex. 882 .muna mbeith an
dán | ag cruit téidbhinn ná ag tiompán, DDána 72.29 .
25In proverbial phrase:mairg do loisg a thiompán ré
who wasted his time on, Measgra D. 72.13 .ní loisgeabhsa |
an mhéad mhaireas dom thiompán, Dánta Gr.² 96.15 ;
for origin see O'Rahilly, Miscellany of Irish Proverbs,§ 341 ,
and An Seabhac, An Seanchaidhe Muimhneach,p. 241 .