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45 1 traig n t,f. IGT Decl. § 191 .a s. traigid, Wb 23c4 . LU
6693 .traig, Sg. 130b2 . LU 1843 . SR 6587 .g s. troiged,
Laws iv 214.18 Comm. troighthe, Acts vii 5 .d s. traigid,
O'C. 252 ( H. 3.18,146 ).n p. traigid, Mann. and Cust.
iii 508.6 . LU 7204 .traighe, Laws iv 112.4 .traigthe, 112.3 .
50 troigthi, 76.12 Comm. a p. traigthe, LU 4498 .g p. traiged,
LU 2787 .traigh, Anecd. iii 10.5 .d p. traigthib, Sg. 120b4 .
See ZCP vi 410.
I (a)thehuman foot(occas. also ofanimals): t. ¤ a tractu,
vel quasiter-rig .i. rigterram, ar isī benas fri lār, Corm. Y
55 1235 .imin bolg bis fo peis fo traigh, Laws i 152.12 Comm.
Saliusa teand co t. ¤ from head to foot, Fél.² cxxxv 1 .cid
ríagail fo-certa forsna traigthib though the feet were measured,
BDD² 32 .sléchtaid in clérech for díb traigthib ind nóeb
`the cleric prostrated himself before the feet of the saint,' Ériu
60 ii 204.9 .
(b) step: troigh do-chuaidh 'n-ar gcoinneine`he stepped
forward to reach us
,' Aithd.D. 59.3 .an chríoch ḟionnsa
ón héigin troigh`from which one must go,' TD 41.18 .dá
ndeachadh sé tarsa troigh`if A odh take precedence of them,'
65 Aithd.D. 18.21 .troigh do bharr ar a bhronnadh`a step
even beyond that generosity
,' Studies 1939, 98 § 6 .
(c) In phrasedo-léici traigid (do, ré n-) retires,yields,
gives ground(to): ni tarlicid traigid seodapostolis`yield
ye not pseudo-apostolis
,' Wb 23c4 .teilc traigid dom, LU
70 6693 .is and sin dolléci Cu Chulaind traigid for culu re
Fergus, 6695 .Cf. ni rucus t. ¤ techid re n-oenfher, TBC
3187 .Echaid | nach dechaid traighid madma, SG 104.13 .
Seeteiched.
II (a) footas measure of length. See Ériu ix 157 - 8 , ZCP
75 xiv 358 .tri traighe a leithead, Laws iv 112.4 .sé troighthi
ina hairde, no da dorn déc, 76.21 Comm. .vii. fichit traiged
di thraigthib ... métt a dúne, Críth Gabl. 567 .da dorn a
traigid—sé traigthi i ndeisceim, O'C. 252 ( H. 3.18,146 ).
seacht dtroighe mo thír dhúthaigh(i.e.the grave), PBocht
80 21.1 . Metr.:t. ¤ cethargarait, `a foot of four short syllables,'
Sg. 7b13 .dofóichred t. ¤ ṅécmailt and`it would introduce
an unwonted foot there
,' 130b2 .sillab for deib traigthib,
120b4 .traigid comamserda comfodlaide, Goid. 101.44 .
ata in tráigh conid armidetu demin inna sillab`the foot is a
85definite counting of the syllables
,' Auraic. 1411 .Cf. 771 .
(b)adivisionofland(?): críchadh gach coigidh ... |
ota traighidh cu trom-tuaith, BB 351b9 ( Met. Dinds. i
14.24 ).o baile go traighidh do thír, FM i 118.1 . See2
trogan
.
Compds. ¤ éscaid nimble-footed . Assubst.:eththar nach
5t. húaib isin tír, BDD² 435 .tanic co tricc trén t., TTr.
2019 .fa troighéasgaidh Cú an chleitín, DDána 117.32 .
¤ lesc slow-footed: ná bí troighleasg, TD 2.3 . ¤ lethan
broad-footed: ind oinchosaig .i. in traiglethain, Goid. 71.3 .
eachlach ... t. atmar, YBL 177a33 .eclach ... thaebthana t.,
10 BB 257b9 . Asn. pr. Troigleathanmac Gairbh, CF 331 .
¤ már large-footed,large-hooved: indara hech ... túagmar
traigmar, LU 6490 . ?Tuirbi tragmar athair Gobain Saeir,
BB 408b17 =athair Gobhain Tuirmi treagmhar, Ériu x
77 § 17 =trágmar, Met. Dinds. iv 226.7 . ¤ shnám treading
15 water(?): dorindset culsnam ┐ taebsnam ┐ traigedsnám
and, Acall. 7228 v.l. Cf. ic traigirsnám, 3213 .

2 traig n flail(?): flesc .i. traigh,ut esto ro femadh flesc .i.
iarna lomadh o fleisg .i. ó traigh`flesc i.e. a flail(?),ut est
`when a flail has stripped off (the husk),'i.e.after its being
20bared by a flail
,' O'Dav. 898. Perh. a special use of 1 traig.

3 traig,traige n offspring,descendants.A word invented
on the basis of population names in-rigewhere t precedes
the suffix, perh. under infl. oftrog,q.v.:Dartráighi .i.
Daire traighi .i. traigh [Dáiri].namtraigh .i. cland no cinél
25.i. cinél Daire Doimthich íat, Cóir Anm. 75 .Callraighe .i.
Cal-traighe .i. clann Luigdech Caill íat,namtraighe clann
nó cinél, 242 .

tráig n i,m.andf. IGT Decl. § 41 , § 42 . Alsotrág,o,m. § 38 ;
ā,f. § 39 .g p. trághann, ex. 1128 .d p. traghannaib, CCath.
30 1375.
I strand,shore: cono tuctáis asin tráig | in mac(Moses),
SR 3702 .iar ṅdith for trágaib duba, 8068 .ar tráig máir,
ZCP xvii 199.13 (Trág, LU 10034 ).conoisce gne tragha la
tes síne, Laws iv 356.12 Comm. mill nemunn fo gabtais ina
35tráig, i 2.14 Comm. as cach thír trén-ṡeing co t. ¤ `from every
land to the shore
' (=` completely '), Met. Dinds. iv 94.22 .
torad cach thalman co t. ¤ , iii 4.39 .hi traig na péne suthaine,
LU 2165 .docum in tragha (na,v.l.), CCath. 1433 . asarum
┐ abrotanum.i. liathlus na tragha, Arch. i 334.56 .cia san
40talamh trágh nár tiormuigheadh, DDána 109.11 .do
dhearbh gach tráigh um an mBúill mbeann-fholtaigh, 12 .
usaide dhúinn dul i dtráigh`easy for us to make the shore,'
Aithd.D. 66.15 .ní bhac tráigh a toradh`a shore does not
stop (but piles up) its sea-harvest
,' PBocht 4.37 .trágh mar
45na tráighi eile, IGT Decl. ex. 1147 .caladh ... an a raibhe
tráidh, Acts xxvii 39 . Frequ. innn. loc., see Hog. Onom.
II (a) ebb-tide: for t. ¤ maitne, BDD² 717 .rí conic traig
is tuile, SR 2538 .in tí gá táit sin uile | idir tráigh ocus
tuile, SG 112.13 .go bhfaicinn a tráigh 's a tuile, Measgra D.
50 42.21 .do bhéir tuile ar dtráigh céadna ... is é do ní tráigh
don tuile`He makes ... tide follow ebb ... and makes flood to
ebb
,' Dán Dé xxxi 13 .moille a t. ¤ iná a thuile(of a drinking
cup), SG 97.14 .grás Muire ní théid i dtráigh, DDána 22.12 .
With copula:in tan as t. ¤ for cach tracht, SR 7904 .ro
55ba traigh in muir`the sea was ebbing,' CCath. 2636 .in tan
lan ... in tan is traig, Todd Nenn. 198.4 .
(b)Hence metaph.exhaustion,death ,etc.(frequ. with
prep.fo):nobristi ar cach slūag | nocurthea fo thrāig,
TBC² 2724 .dosrat fo t. ¤ dia troethad (: gráin), SR 6808 .
60 Temair cen taissi cen t. ¤ `Temair free from feebleness and
faintness
,' Met. Dinds. i 12.75 .ropo thurus troch fo th. ¤
`it was the journey of one doomed to a wretched end,' iii 406.27 .
With copula:nirbo th. ¤ a tor tóebach`there was no
exhaustion of her many sided towers
,' Met. Dinds. i 28.9 .
65Compds. ¤ shruth:traigsruth (sic leg.) Ferchertne(a
type of Ogam), Auraic. 6103 . ¤ thurcharthach:in leth
taobuaine ... tráighturcarach tiar`that along its shore is
rich with ocean's teeming wealth
,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 22.15 .

traige xsee2 traigandtrog.

70 traigech xsee1 traig(th)ech.

Traigia pn Thrace , Maund. 7.

tráigid v(tráig). Alsotrágaid: ?notragad, TBC² 731 .thrágas,
TD 15.54 .
(a) ebbs,recedes;causes to ebb: tráigfid, ní bia banna
75fair, Met. Dinds. iv 306.15 .in muir thráges? TBC 4690 .
as roimhe thraighit na locha, 5467 .an tí riasa ttraighedh
an mhuirlán, ZCP x 4.7 .na traigend ri tart na re teasbach
`that ebbs not for thirst or for heat,' TTebe 1782 .ro thraigsit
na huscedha, St. Ercuil 436 . Trans.mar thrághas tú tonna
80an chuain ... tráigh a bhfoil d'ḟíoch ret ollamh`as thou
causest the waves of the sea to ebb ... make to ebb all the wrath
which threatens thy poet
,' TD 15.54 .do traighis an Muir
Rúadh`Thou didst cause the Red Sea to ebb,' BNnÉ 4.31 .
(b)Hence metaph.retreats,diminishes;exhausts: im
85an aes mbecleighind indlighecht traighit i frecnarcus anrotha
`who ebb in the presence of a noble stream,' Laws iv 356.16 .
?nī po mmachtad ... cia notragad ar comlann`shall exhaust
an equal force
' (Faraday), TBC² 731 =cia no tragad, glossed
cia no érged, LU 5209 .rothráig cocert a cairdiu`the fixed
term of their truce had expired
,' Met. Dinds. iii 268.24 .cach
5ra n-úair trágid in pían díb, LU 2166 .ni bid tend nach
traigend, Cog. 194.6 .ro traigset ┐ ro truinset echrada
`the horses ... retreated and turned,' CCath. 3135 . Trans.
andsin robáided in breiss, | is rothráiged fo throm-greiss
`perished under heavy injury,' Met. Dinds. iii 290.58 .ni
10tráigther a tennal`her torch is not extinguished,' Gorm.
Oct. 8 .cidh ... ro tráigh in dealbh rigda? what has caused
the kingly form to wane
? Acall. 3653 .sneachta nach
tráighfeadh teasbhach, DDána 37.37 .is tearc súil thráigh-
tear tré chaoi, TSh. 5989 .ro traichceadh ┐ ro diosccaoil-
15eadh leis caislén Ch., FM iii 362.12 .Part. tráighteteinn
mar taoim go tréith-lag, ZCP v 210.209 (Midn. Court).