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? trechnaill: ind treachnaill .i. trén chloinn, O'Cl.

trechodlaide adj(trí+codal) coveredwiththree hides(of boats):
nói trechodlidi, RC ix 458.2 .curach trecodhlaidi, xiv
38 § 33.

5 trechongbálach adj(trí+congbál) trisyllabic: in foucal ... tre-
conngbalach, Auraic. 3863.

trechostae adj io, iā(trí+cos) three-legged,three-footed: isin
trechostugl.in trepode, Sg. 8b5 .tricostegl.tricuspis, 67b2 .
int anmanda cetharchosta, dechosta, trechosta, TTebe
10 159 .

? tréchtidi ind bruthaig fri toind t. ¤ , LU 10392.

trechúairt n(trí+cúairt) triple assault(?): Trecuairt tighe
Buradaig` threefold assault ,' Laws i 46.8 Comm. (a `togail'
in list of stories).Trechuairt Tigi Lir, LL 189b57 ( MS.
15Mat. 584 ). Seetre-eochair.

trechumasc n o,[m.] (tre+cumasc) intermingling,mixture:
t. ¤ (sic leg.)do firaib creidmecha ┐ di firaib geindtlige ann-so
sis, Laws v 472.6 Comm. do dhén trécumusc da ndlithib
`make a regular hotchpotch of their laws,' O'Gr. Cat. 113.4.
20Usually with prep.iand follg. gen. mixed with: bói dono
Eochaid amal cach mnoi ina t. ¤ `in their crowd,' RC xv
296.1 .bádar sidhe a ttréchumusc na ccenn n-oile ina
lenmhuin`these were all intermingled with the other heads
pursuing him
,' Buile S. 124.17 .hi trechumusc an diorma
25`among the troop,' Hugh Roe 24.26 .lottar ... tré sraidibh
na cathrach i ttrécumasc cáich`mixing with the people,'
FM vi 1916.1 .tairtheas esein ina ttrecommascc`he became
involved in the crowd
,' iii 130.11 .atá gach aicme ... gan
tréchomascc sleachta for aroile of unmixed descent, Genea-
30logiae Regum et Sanctorum(ed. P. Walsh),8.17 .

trécid xseetréicid.

trécud n uando,m. vn.of1 tréicid. Alsotrécun,tréicen.
IGT Verbs § 71 .act ofabandoning,forsaking,foregoing .
(a) Of places:teach Dé 'gá thréagadh ar theach`bartering
35God's house for another
,' Dán Dé xxvii 19.
(b) Of persons:ar ro midair in rí a t. ¤ uli, LU 4236 .
doirb da trēgan it is difficult to forsake Thee, Arch. iii 235 § 27 .
is mor in bráth ┐ in trecun dabertatar fir hErend fort, TBC
4030 .comairle braith ┐ trécthi Conculaind, 2751 .iarna
40trecad da muintir bodein, Ann. Conn. 1234.3 .a threcudh
don atharda his being abandoned by his fatherland, CCath.
3203 .tréigean a mhic móide as náir, DDána 21a.7 .fala
Dhé ar tí mo thréagaidh | gur mhéadaigh mé`I have ...
increased the Lord's anger when it was about to leave me at
45peace
,' Dán Dé vii 11 .gan Dia do threigion ar maithios,
ZCP iv 426.12 .an Tigherna ... do thregan, Smaointe
B. Chr. 4641 .ar na threigsin do nuile dhuine, Rel. Celt.
ii 204.11 .tregan sochaidi, RC xiii 86 n. 6 (tessarcon,
text).
50(c)Of occupations, habits,etc. abandoning,giving up:
tregen cech deg-obri, PH 7606 .in t-animm ... do thrégen
uirre, 7462 .treicen anma`giving up of life,' St. Ercuil
1536 .iar ttréccadh a righe ar chléirceacht, FM i 326.15 .
iar ttreccean aibiti manaigh fuirre, v 1344.1 .mo creidim
55fein do treiccen, Maund. 47 .a uile mhaitheas do thréigean,
TSh. 951.
(d) Various:leabhar Maodhócc ... | a tregad dím ni
dligid, BNnÉ 260.27 .monadh nua dordughadh ... ┐ an
taircceat boí innte ria sin do trecceadh`the money previously
60in use was discontinued
,' FM iii 346.8 .ō 'd-chonnairc
cāch ag trēigen a tōgbhāla (sic leg.) failing to lift it(a stone),
ML² 20 . Med.iarraidh an aicid i fein do leigis ┐ in galur ┐
in cuis do treigin, RC xlix 15.2 .ar treicin a fhola`from
loss of blood
,' St. Ercuil 756 .iar dtréigean iomad fola dhó,
65 Keat. ii 4544.

trécun xseetrécud.

tréda adj(-ae io, iā) (trí). Alsotreoda,tréide. threefold,triple:
cuin is tredha? Laws iii 92.18 .co tesgaire treoda gen forus
fechem`three things are to be announced at the residence of
70the defendant
,' i 268.15 .Trinoit treoda do creideam`to
believe in the trinal Trinity
,' Fél. 46.30 .Mac Dé, Dia deoda
cech than, | ba oen, ba tréoda derbglan, SR 7570 .co
roclóad Demun de | triasinn-aimsigud trede, 7580 .dorigne
Dia firt trédai ar Patraic, Trip.² 95 .adrad in maic ona
75tri drúidib cona ṅ—dánaib tréidib`with their threefold gifts,'
Ériu ii 198.21 .trias-in ernaigti thrédai do-roine Ísu, PH
3066 .almsana ... | dar tigerna thren treoda, LB 96.83 .
Note also:treode nó trecoste .i. ní bí sontribus pedibus
`three-pointed or three-footed,' Sg. 67b2 .Cf. 2 od. See also
80undertrédatu,tréide.

? tredabus xseetrebabus.

trédacht n ā,f.(tréda) trinity: chretir i nd-oendacht aicnid
┐ i t. ¤ persainde, PH 7086 .anns an Treadhacht Do-dhea-
luighthi, ITS xxix 227.4 .Cf. tríthacht.

85 tredan n o,m.(Lat.triduana) (three days') fast: treadhan
.i. trosgadh, O'Cl.Scíre cain car t. ¤ (: credal)`fair Scire
who loved fasting for three days
,' Fél. Mar. 24 .is arrae trí t. ¤
(: chredal)`'tis a commutation of three triduans,' Ep. 186 .
Potamia tend tredain (: mebail), Gorm. Dec. 5 .tánic dar
t. ¤ tuiscthe`came, in spite of fasting from food,' Met. Dinds.
5 iii 162.3 .t. ¤ trī laa co n-aidchi for in gCuimdid, Arch. iii
3.29 .ro aínius mo th. ¤ , LU 1322 .o ra-forbad din in t. ¤
cus-in aine`when the three days fast was over,' PH 6310 .
Trede immurgu .i. ōna trednaib menci asberar dī`Trede,
however, is so-called from her frequent fastings
,' BColm.
10 8.27 .cidh maith tredhan is troscud, ZCP viii 231 § 4 .
ro furailseat a sruithe forro da thredhan do dhenamh,
FM i 370.x . ?rian tregain terc(h)tha trogain, Acall. 2416.