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1 treb(th)ach n o,m.(treb)treabhthach, IGT Decl. § 11 (55.5) .
75 householder,farmer: secht cumala for gach trebach ted
for umgabail flatha ┐ fine, O'C. 2558 ( Eg. 88,47 ).cen cob
trebthach he im ar ocus im buain`although he is not efficient
as to ploughing or reaping
,' Laws iii 56.15 Comm. oc déne
na trebthach ... ic dail usci dia cairchaib, SR 3741 .mag
80na tige is na trebthach`the plain full of homes and house-
holders
,' Met. Dinds. iii 382.3 .bo cach trebthaig fil fot
mam-sa, IT ii2193.4 .dia mba trebthach, ba trebor`if
thou art a husbandman be prudent
,' Ériu ii 172 § 1 ..uii.
n-ech tren dun trebthach, BB 277a9 (cf. BR 178.z ).laoich
85chródha ... | treabhthaigh (sic leg.?) na bóchna ar a mbíd,
Rel. Celt. ii 226.14 .maith a trebhtaigh, BCC 282.24 .do
threabhadar na treabhthaigh air mo dhruim` plowers ,'
Ps. cxxix 3 .adhbhar ... tóirsi do threabhthachaibh, FM v
1682.21 .ionamhaidh eathlainne an treabhthaigh ar luas
do dhul`when the corn in the harvestman's haggard is blown
5away
,' Ó Bruad. iii 168.19 .

2 treb(th)ach adj o, ā(treb) possessing tribes,families;popu-
lous: Ōengein Dē talman | treōin trebthaig, Ält Ir. Dicht. i
42 § 51. in talam tren trebach tír, SR 7928 .dia tír trebach,
4823 .fuarammar morthír mainbthech, | toichthech, t. ¤ ,
10iltairthech, 4702 .a tTír Thairngire treabthaigh, Feis
TC 1072 .ón tuaith treabhaigh, Top. Poems² 1659.

treb(th)achas n o,m.(1 trebthach) householding,cultivating,
ploughing: is brigu ar trebthochus, BDD² 692 .damh a
ttrath an treabhtachais (treabhacais,v.l.)`an ox in the time
15of ploughing
,' BNnÉ 223.15 .aibind trebthachus do duine
bís na duthchus, YBL 314a58 .d'iarraid tuillid trebthachuis
`to seek for more possessions,' Fen. 182.11 .

trebthan n honeycomb: t. ¤ .i. criathar mela, Hib. Min. 47.10 .
t. ¤ manach muighe Fail, 48.5 .

20 trebthas n(trebad) farm,dwelling: as mo threbthus fo
thurad`from my fruit-laden homestead,' Met. Dinds. iii
330.7 .is eól dam im th. ¤ tó`known to me in my silent
dwelling
,' 396.1 .eól dam senchas na sruithe | for t. ¤ ín
trén-chuithe`I know the tale sages tell of the mighty whirl-
25pool's home
,' iv 82.34 .is and robói a t. ¤ , RC xv 468.1 .

trebul adj(trí) triple,threefold: Callraigi .i. trebulchallraigi
fri lochaib Eirne aniair, Rawl. 143a41 . See Wortk. 157.

trécen xseetrécud.

trechal n act ofdigging: tochal, tolladh ... treachal, Eg. Gl.
30 572 .Cf. trechlad.

trechatharde n(trí+cathair) gl.Tripolites, Sg. 38b4 .

trechelt n(trí+celt) nameof akindofgarment(?): ailid
son ... t. ¤ inna muin`three dresses in addition to them' (a
king's holiday clothes), Laws v 398.y .i. tri hedaighi, 400.5
35Comm.

trechem n[o,m.] (a) three-year-old pig (see, however, ZCP xvi
208 ):deling .i. mucc dá bliadain ... o deling co trichem .i.
o debliadain co teora bliadna, O'Dav. 706. o deiling co
treichium, Laws ii 246.6 ( ZCP xiv 351 , see also 352 ).co
40trechium .i. co tri hal .i. tri mbliadan .i. isin tres bliadain
marbtar, 22 Comm. .l. torc trichem(leg.as compd. ?)
`fifty young boars,' Ériu xii 176.9 . ? Of a person:sentrichem
senchaillige, Triads 114 (`the chronic cough of an old hag,'
seetrichem). ? Asn.pr. Rosa .i. mac Trichim, Laws i
4516.23 .Trichemh, BNnÉ 110 § 47.
(b)Perh. ofgrowthofcornor ofland croppedonly once
every three years: miach bracha, do braich eorna a ard-
treichem, Laws ii 238.17 .i. ar na trencheimniugad as in
talmain aird cumad fhearrde a ith(sic leg.), 240.5 Comm.
50 Cf. a desebhar ardtrichem talman, O'Dav. 705 (with similar
gloss). See Thurneysen, ZCP xiv 350 . ?Cf.also:fobraithe
bairce ... .i. treicheam fir luinge .i. treide trencémnigther
don tí atci in long, O'Don. 1609 ( H. 5. 15,12a ).

trechenélae adj io, iā(trí+cenélae) trigeneric,belongingto the
55 three genders: treceneligl.trigena, Sg. 66a1 .in genitin
coitchen trechinélai`the common trigeneric genitive,' 7522 .
coitchenn t. ¤ `a common trigener,' 114b1 .it é tra in di accuis
insin arṅdid coitchen trechenelaesui `why `sui' is common
trigeneric,'
200a13 .

60 trecheng n trio,triad: is trethenc comadas do`it is a fitting
triad to him
,' Wb 29c5 .mórth. ¤ nád donae`a great trio
that is not wretched
,' Fél. Sept. 16 .prímth. ¤ , Nov. 28 , glossed
triar .i. tri cinn mora, 208.20 .t. ¤ breth Féni inso sís, Triads
2.1 .Cf. drécheng .i. triar, O'Cl.Cf.alsodechenc.

65 trechenn adj(trí+cenn) three-headed: triar úathmar anetarg-
naid trecheann, BDD² 903 (see Gloss.).in t-ellén t. ¤
roḟásaig Herind, RC xiii 448 § 34 . Assubst.:fiul tréchendi
ind-[E]oruip` triple-heads ,' ZCP ii 315.19 .tré cheann .i.
trí cinn, O'Cl.Cf. .l. molt ... trichenn, Ériu xii 176.13 .

70 trechennach adj o, ā(trechenn) three-headed: torathar t. ¤ ,
TTebe 1200 .

? trechess: ind co triall t. ¤ os cach dind | rethess grian in
cach oenrind, SR 227.

trechintach adj(trí+cin) having three faults: cuaille ... tre-
75cintach, Laws iv 74.3 Comm.

trechise adj io, iā(compd. oftrí?) in three plaits(?): béim
búirid fri teora sústa iarnae cona secht slabradaib tredúal-
chaib trechisi cona secht cendphartaib, BDD² 1272.

trechlad n u,m. act ofloosing,separating: treachladh .i.
80sgaoileadh, O'Cl.trechladh .i. tinól,ut est, Ri Condacht
dia threchladh tra | Aedh mac Eochaidh tirmcharna being
overthrown
(?), O'C. 1464 ( H. 3.18,651 ). ?cechaing i
n-ailithir | t. ¤ find fīrinni, Arch. iii 217 § 4 . See alsotrochlaid.

trechlaid xseetrochlaid.

85 trechlam n o some kind of edible plant: rot bíat na tri gaiss
.i. gass biroir gass fochluchta gass trechlaim, LU 5529.