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traite n iā,f.(trait) quickness,speed: ōn traide .i. ōn lūas,
80 Corm. Y 1236 .ticfa i t. ¤ .i. co lūath, 1248 .a threte doré-
rachtid máam firinneetsosceli`the readiness wherewith
ye have abandoned the yoke of righteousness and gospel
,'
Wb 18c6 .ni ro chluine meirlech | a eirlech, a t. ¤ `no robber
would turn aside his slaughter, his quickness
,' Fél. 6.4 .is
85machtath ... a thraiti rombīth in cethror, TBC² 318 .nírbo
thruag-lí t. ¤ thall`was no faint splendour swift-passing
yonder
,' Met. Dinds. iii 48.2 .a th. ¤ choinde ┐ chómraid
`readiness to meet and converse,' PH 8223 .traide den
impsoud`a quickness of the turning', Auraic. 510.
Inadv.phrasei traiti, quickly,soon,immediately:
5 is mithig scuich dó hi traiti, Trip.² 2866 .do díbad tuath
i traiti, SR 6769 .delarugud in ciniudha daenna do denum
i traiti, CCath. 1013 .no bífed in cethrur búi remaind i
traiti se`in dieser Schnelligkeit,' TBC 815 .a ttraide` at
once ,' Fl. Earls 120.30 .i ttraitiu` on the spot ,' Leb. Gab.
10 252.28 .co ttáirsittís iatt i tt. ¤ , FM vi 1898.16 .

tráithide n m.(tráth) timely,punctual person: Dáibhidh, an
tráithidhe tapa`David, quick and timely,' Ó Bruad. ii
254.9 .

tráithnín n grass,blade of grass: brisid Ercail a cuibrighe
15amal trathnin crín, BB 416b36 . See undertrathrach.

? trán x(trá+ann?) Perh. a synonym oftrá:ind aimser
thānaisse t. ¤ | ō dīlinn co Abarām, ZCP iii 18.12 .Septināir
fri Solam trān | agus Agnus fri Dunstān, viii 115 § 32 .
lor a n-íc t'einighsiu tran | Aindli garbh ┐ Ardan, BB 258b17 .
20 re rig raghlan na Frangc tra[n] | tuit ní rebrad a macan,
FDG 350.

translait n[ī,f.] (Lat.translatio) translation(in religious
sense): t. ¤ a chuirp choelsheing`the translation of his meagre
body
,' Gorm. July 4 .Enoc da t. ¤ o breithir De ┐ a breith
25i parrthus, YBL 149a6 .do denam a translaide, Fen. 90.10 .

transubstaintiugad n(late Lat. loanwd.) transubstantiation:
transubstaintioghadh, Desid. 4978.

traos n(based on Engl.treason?) treason: gan aithne cia is
tromdha t. ¤ , Ó Bruad. ii 272.16 . Compd.do tharbha an
30traoischéidil`in reward for that treason rant,' iii 18.6 .Cf.
trés(?),trésbrách,3 trías.

traost— nIn compd. ¤ bhualadh: `act ofdashing to the
ground(?),' TSh.(Gloss.):ré t. trom-ainmheach a gcorp
fá lár ┐ fá lán-talamh, 5577 .

35 trapad n act ofcrippling,shrivelling: dursan túr na dtrúp
ar dtrapadh`alas! that he, the leader of the troops, lies
crippled
,' Ó Bruad. i 176.19 .a dtreoir ar dtrapadh`vigour
crippled
,' 48.10 .Cf. crapad?.

trascairt(h)e adj io, iā part.ofdo-scara. overthrown,reversed:
40 t. ¤ gach dail`reversed every decree,' CCath. 4499 .troich
trascairti`death-doomed men overthrown,' 2775 .fa tras-
cairthi tuir ┐ tigi`towers and houses were overthrown,' TTebe
4207 .

trascar n o,m. vn.ofdo-scara(cf. trascrad,turscur). Also
45 tarscar. Latertrasgairt f., IGT Decl. § 42 (96.7) .
Act ofoverthrowing,casting down,felling(trees): conid
ed dochóid for lic trascair a báis, LU 8808 .co tarscur
ṅdermar ṅdilenn, SR 2294 .iar na trascuirt, O'Don. 379
( H. 3.18,287 ).co turscur (leg.trascur ?) Emna M. (.i. co
50tuttim d'Ultu co Airgialla)` severance ,' RC xvi 281.8 .cen
múr na cathrach do trascairt co lár leis, CCath. 1844 .a
thrascairt don trenbeim sin, St. Ercuil 1710 .an crann fein
do thréasgart, CF Eg. 233 .cuirtenna ┐ caislein aga tras-
cairt cum talman (sic leg.), ZCP vi 279.14 .do threasgairt
55a shláinte`pull down his health,' O'Gr. Cat. 571.39. ag
trasgairt troch, TSh. 6669 .Cf. -trascarnaidh, CCath. 2199.

trascrad n u,m. vn.ofdo-scara(cf. trascar). Earliertascrad.
IGT Verbs § 95.
Act of overthrowing,casting down,felling(trees),lowering:
60 cóeca ban tánac ille | ... | do tascrad ar Faind to overthrow
F.
, LU 3947 ( SC 44 ).tascrad feda find-ḟrémaig`to level a
wood with tangled roots
,' Met. Dinds. iii 194.8 .na comlada
do tascrad fortu ┐ a mbrissed, BB 443a39 .iar na t. ¤ `after
being knocked down
,' Laws v 270.21 Comm. Símón do t. ¤ ,
65 PH 1832 .im t. ¤ ┐ im thogail Tebi, TTebe 1716 .Bile
Muighe hAdhair do trascradh la hAedh, RC xvii 392.8 .
cen trascradh seoil dibh`without lowering a sail,' Marco P.
136 .trasgradh do chloinn Chormuic, DDána 64.6 .Ailill
... do thrasccradh dia eoch, FM i 404.4 .g s. lintrascartha ,
70 YBL 85b17 .rucsat leo he a mullach in tshlébi ... fo daig a
thrascartha don tshliab, LB 148b11 .

trasna xseetarsna.

trasnán xseetarstnán.

trásta (metathesis oftráth-sa, seetráth). Asadv., absol. or
75with prep. (a) now,forthwith: i trath sa (an tráth so,v.l.),
TBC 5866 .sul bus trasta imbarach, 4271 .cid ma fhuarait ┐
dubait do chossa i-trasta, PH 8132 .ricfaide a less cobair
andso i tráthsa, LL 308a26 .i trádsa, 28 .cidh dia tta an
clocc proinne si ittrasta ? BNnÉ 301.26 .dia m-bemís-ní
80and sút astrasta, Mer. Uil. 197 .ní dó sin adrásta atú,
Studies 1924, 242 § 6 .
(b) Withco hitherto,so far: a n-imned dorumalt-sa
custrathsa, LU 9133 .mád costrathsa fogebthá óenfer,
9216 .ro bai eneclann dóibh gosdrasta, O'Don. 897 ( H. 3.
8517,643 ).darethed gus trasta ... ┐ do cosnadh gus trath-sa,
O'Don. 913 ( H. 3. 17,652 ).mad gustráthsa, TBC 5111 .ro-elnebair
cus-trasta, PH 4590 .madh go d-trasta` just now ,' MR
98.3 .cech olc dorónsat Gréic frit costrathsa, TTr.² 284 .
ar suan go dtrásda acht gér throm, Dán Dé xvii 6 .as na
míorbhuilibh ... donídís na naoimh go ttrásda, Parrth.
5Anma 101.16 .
(c)Withre heretofore: feib atrubramar fecht n-aill rias
trathsa`before this time,' ML 152.16 .