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2 taíden xseetaídiu.

3 taíden nOnly in O'Dav. (a) brightness,shine , (b) going,
coming: toidhen .i. tidecht nó tiachtain nó taitnemh,
1578 .toeden .i. taitnem nó buidhen nó tinnrem no sluagh
5nó techt nó drem, 1581 .Cf. taídle.

(?)taídenach adj o, ā(1 taíden) having companies,abounding
inhosts: ba dethbir do Gōidelaib | ... | nat cing Tailtin
tōidenaig | ūä Flainn that Flann's grandson no longer strides
through host-abounding Tailtiu
, Bruchst. i 54 § 121 , emended
10fromtaillte taoidhin, FM ii 626.8 .

taideórach adj o, ā(taidiúir) sad,mournful: mo chroidhe
truagh taidheórach, Measgra D. 46.54 .=taigeoruch, BCC
198.20 .

taiderad xseetaigerad.

15 (?)táidglí n vigour,brilliance(?): do taidgle ni tráighe | a
áirdrí na huaille, Caithr. Thoirdh. 31.23 .tadglí tendalach |
árdrígh ildánach`one to whom his firebrands lend a glowing
tint
,' 80.21 .Cf. taídle.

táidid v i(1 táide). steals,thieves: fer rotháid is rothall tair,
20 Met. Dinds. ii 58.19 .

taídid v i shines,illumines (cf. as-toídi,taídle):toidid fri
husci`it shines against water,' Ériu ii 116 § 46 .toidid iarsin
slogu inna maccradh`then he [the sun] shines on the hosts
of the children
,' 124 § 69 .toidet iarum airbe in mil mhoir,
25 § 71 .Cf. § 77 , § 79 . ?Columb Cille | coinneal tóidhius
teóra reachta, ZCP viii 197 § 11.

taidirsed v Cond. 3 s.fromto-ath-air-reth-?:atbélmisetnít. ¤
nech huanngl.sicut sodoma facit essemus,we should perish
and none of us should
return(?), Wb 4d9 . See Ped. ii 594 .
30 Cf. taidrius.

taídiu n n,f. Taediu, Acall. 2674 .g s. Thóedhan, RC xxvii
302.3 .Tóiden, BColm. 74.2 . Alsoā,f. n s. taiden, Anecd.
ii 20 § 2 .taidin, 21 § 8 .taidhin, O'Cl.sruth immar in
toedin , LL 44b9 .g s. naTáidhine , Fél. 152.23 .taidine,
35 Anecd. ii 21 § 7 . Butd s. Molling thes 'nataeden , RC xiii
76.2 . According to Wortk. 187 identical with1 taíden,
vn.ofdo-fed,cf. uisci toiridne(tairiden<*to-air-feden),
Laws iv 206.1 .
Watercourse,leat,mill-stream: taidhin no taoidhin .i.
40linn muilinn, O'Cl.oc cluide na toedini(of Moling, see
below), LL 284a41 = Fél. 152.33 .t. ¤ grianach, Acall. 2676 .
for taidhin an mhuilinn, Buile Ṡ. 42.7 .mo tháidiu ós in
tuile, SG 381.39 .taediu chorrach chamlindtech, Acall.
2674 .is e mo medg mo taiden, Anecd. ii 20 § 2 . See also
45 22 § 2. § 4 . 28 § 3 . 29 § 4 .
The word occurs frequ. in connection with St. Moling,
and there is a tradition that this saint dug a watercourse
as an act of humility, see V. SS. Hib. ii 193 § ix . By modern
editors somet. treated asn. loc.(of a river):Táeidiu ainm
50na habhann, Acall. 2645 .do cosecradh mo Thóedhan,
RC xxvii 302.3 .luid Colmān ... do imt[h]echt Tóiden
Moling, BColm. 74.2 (see V. SS. Hib. i , lxxxii ).fechtas
do M'ling is' tōidin`in the millpond,' RC xiv 188.1 , corrected
to `Tóidiu,i.e. a river in Leinster,' xvii 319 ,cf. Trip.
55 xxv 9.
In contexts unconnected with St. Moling (asn. loc.):
Cath Toiden, MS. Mat. 586.13 .fir Toíden(?sic leg.),
ZCP x 344 § 18 .Cf. sruth immar in toedin, LL 44b9 .

taidiúir adj i(<to-dér, KZ xlviii 69 ). tearful,sad,mournful,
60 plaintive . (a) General:tai[di]uir .i. maidnech, Lec. Gloss.
327 . Stowe Gl. 137 .sūilib tlāithib todēraib, Ériu ii 55 § 3 .
todiúre ciúil (women are) `tearful during music', Tec. Corm.
16.48 .sethnach tanaide todeóir`an emaciated miserable
body
,' Ériu ii 65 § 11 .ro cháisetar ... co taidhíur taibsenach,
65 Acall. 5251 n. .atodíuri thrá ┐ at trúaga na gáre, LU
2214 . Frequently coupled withtuirsech:t. ¤ tuirsech,
ZCP vii 309.25 . CCath. 1171 .tuirsech t. ¤ , Aen. 1332 . Fen.
262.2 .
(b)Of music and musical instrumentssad,plaintive,
70 sweet,melodious: ceól trúag t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 212.13 .
sluag morsolusda taitnemach taidhiuir teidbind, YBL
163b14 .co nuallaibh múisecdha mor-thaidiúiri, BNnÉ
273.z .foghar taidhiúir na dtéad meannchrot, TD 25.18 .
doghnidhthear a n-oirfide iomlán oireamhnach le luas
75taighiuir tam suavi velocitate, Keat. i 40.46 .ré cantaireacht
ttaighiúir na naomh ag molad Dé, O'Hussey T.C. 46.13.
(c) Of the human voice:bíth ... ag reacaireacht | i
gcanmhain nach taigiuir le sacxanaibh, Ó Bruad. iii 130.8 .
finn-bhean na bhfuighleadh dtaidhiúir, A. Ó Dálaigh xiii 2.
80 an glór taidhiúir síthe séimh, Dánta Gr.² 1.21 . Note also:
sgaoileadh na sgéal dtaidhiúir sad stories, TD 14.7 .selg
taidiur(ref. to belling of hounds ?), Acall. 2045 .mon
gcrích dtaidhiúir dtobarghlais, TD 13.5 .na gcuan dtaidh-
iúir`murmuring waters', 17.34 .Cf. taideórach.

85 taidiúire n iā,f.(taidiúir) sadness,sorrow,plaintiveness(of
music): fri todéri nó fri meli, Thes. ii 8.36 .todiuri menman,
Alex. 1077 .ria truaigi ┐ ri taidiuiri in ciuil, RC xxiv 62.6 .