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75 tríamain adj i weary,weak,sad: triamhain .i. tuirsech, O'Cl.
triamuin .i. toirsech, Thr. Ir. Gl. 125 .cumha, caoi, tria-
bhuin, brón, tuirse, doilghíos, Eg. Gl. 134 .is trémuin
immurgu in tain ṁbís hísiugl.praesentia autem corporis
infirma, Wb 17b3 .dom-rorbae domm théti | ol am triamain
80trógsa`may it profit me for my comfort, for I am a wretched
weary one
,' Fél. Prol. 26 .am scith, am t. ¤ cach thóir | for
iarair mac n-Iacoib, SR 3099 .dóini foa doi triamnai
trel, | cotaoi Fiada findgel, 643 .cethri chet tricha triam-
naib | ... do bliadnaib, 3949 .ni t. ¤ a tlí`not weary his
85strength
,' Met. Dinds. iv 98.97 .im triamain-se timgaire
`I am powerless to call back,' 322.38 .co nderna eocho trethi
timmi triamaini ... dib, CCath. 3137 .nír bo th. ¤ cér bo
thrú, SG 335.16 .isam triamhain trógh | bliadhain gus aréir,
Buile S. 28.11 .ba triamain toirseach ro bás isin longport,
FM vi 2216.y .monúar atáid go tríamhuin | sliocht ...
5Néill Náoighialluigh, Gleanings 14 § 2.
Seetríamnae.

? tríamair x=tríamain:triamair .i. toirrseach, Stowe Gl. 158 .
leinti beca, bruit mhora, | cridhi triamura trógha, Lism.L.
4567.

10 tríamandae adj(tríamain) sad,dejected: beti[t ?] dorchai tria-
mannai, SR 8157 . Or merelypl.oftríamain?

tríamnach adj o, ā(tríamain) weary,sad: huamnaig triamnaig,
SR 5619 .re gnuis ttriamhnuigh ttuirsigh, Parrth. Anma
350.16 .maille gnúis thuirsigh thriamhuinigh, Mac Aingil
15 292.17 . ?go truagh treamhnach, RC xxiii 28.26 .

tríamnae n iā,f.(tríamain) (a) weariness,sadness: tríamna
co mblait, SR 2271 .timpaig cen tríamna, Met. Dinds.
iii 18.235 .nī bīat cen chath nō cen trīamna, Ériu vi 122 §
13 .t. ¤ immar triallaidh (sic) mna, BB 259a24 = YBL 179a22 .
20 ro eirig tróige ┐ triamainiu mór ina cridib (triamaine,v.l.),
CCath. 2852.
(b) insecurity,disturbance,shaking: doberat tríamnai
don tig ┐ nír thúargaibset, LU 8389 ( FB 26 ).dorat ... Cu
Ch. triam[nai] dia turcbáil, LU 8397 ( FB 27 ).Cf. tríamain .i.
25nert no suinnenut est... do berait triamhain don tigh ...
dorat tríamain dia turgbhail, O'C. 1322 ( H. 3.18,108a ).
See ZCP xix 353.

1 trían n o,n., later alsom. IGT Decl. § 76 . Orig. disyll.
( Ériu x 93 §6 , Lib. Hymn. 124.160 ).n s. atriannaill, Laws
30 iv 180.22 . triannurgnama, ii 364.11 .atriannaill, TBC²
370 .intrianaile, CRR 16.3 .intrian , Auraic. 935 .g s.
triuin, AU i 422.1 .trín, MU² 553 . ?triin, LL 150b40 .
trin, Laws ii 136.11 Comm. aíntrín, IGT Decl. ex. 1246 .
treana, Ó Bruad. iii 204.12 .d s. triun, TBC² 209 .trín, TBC
35 4198 .n p. trena, see (b)infra.n du. datrian , Laws ii 30.5 .
dádtrian , DDána 80.37 .
(a) third part: trian naithgina ar mifagbail`one third
of restitution ... for leaving ... unprotected
,' Laws ii 56.19 .
is in tucht so con-fodlat a trene`they divide the thirds
40accordingly
,' 362.x .ni furecht cid óen screpul | ba mo
tríun arailiu`it was not discovered that by one scruple any
third was greater than another
,' Lib. Hymn. 124.160 .co
triun int slōig, TBC² 1313 .batir díbergaig trá trian fer
nÉrenn, BDD² 398 .mo trín is lugu lethi more than a third
45and less than a half
, TBC 4198 .is é ro delig dia dían | i
trenaib o Muir Thorrián, LL 135a35 ( PRIA xvi 230 ).nī
hairémthar trian a maithiusa ┐ a gnīmrad, ZCP viii 111.19 .
rí nimhe 'n-a thrí treanaibh, Aithd. D. 69.9 .Cf. trian
randaigechta moiri inso, IT iii 84.12 , as name of type of
50metre.
(b)Inpl. celebration,festival,rites,funeral games: na
trenae samna, LU 3226 , `the triple feast of Samuin,' SC² 6 .
a trenaib Tailltin, Mann. and Cust. i dcxl.y = Met. Dinds.
iv 156.149 v.l. Cf. 158.163 .`treanadh' ainm gach caoinidh,
55 Met. Gl. 18 § 53 .trenaebraice, trenongraece, lamentatio
latine, de quibus trena dicuntur apud nos , O'Mulc. 874 .
treana .i. lamhchomairt, no bualadh bas, treana tailltean
.i. bualadh bas no égcáoine do bhiodh a dtailtin, treanadh
.i. cáoineadh, O'Cl.
60(c) band,company: dochunnuic Gyi trian troigthech
... ac techt, ZCP vi 45.15 .t. ¤ curadh tíad in gach tír, | gidh
umhal iad don airdrígh, L.Cl.A.Buidhe 95.55 .
(d)Applied to townsetc.,district,quarter: princeps
triuin Corcaighe, AU i 422.1 .Raith Aird-Macha ... do
65loscadh ... ┐ sreth do Triuin Mor ┐ sreth do Triun Saxan, ii
50.7 .da sreith Trin Massain ┐ in tres sreith do Trian mor,
86.15 .loiscit an Trían-medhonach, iii 512.z . See Hog.
Onom. and Reeves, Ancient Churches of Armagh p. 19 .
Cf. ag taistiol na dtrian`traversing districts,' Ó Bruad. iii
70122.5 .
Compds. ¤ drong?:triandrong .i. trí deocha, O'Cl. ¤ gille
pledgeconsisting ofone third: langille, ┐ lethgille, triangille
┐ smachtgille (sic leg.), Laws i 260.19 , see 276 Comm. ,
`Drittel-Unterpfand,' Cóic Con. Fug. 76 . ¤ gol:ní fhiadaim
75trianghul a ngalair`nor can I e'en bewail a third of its
affliction
,' Ó Bruad. i 150.3 . ¤ rann third part: trénmilidi
... trían-rainni in talman, TTr. 1337.

2 trían n holly. Of theletter tin theOghamalphabet:
trian (.i. cuilenn) roith .i. carpait, Anecd. iii 43.14 .trian
80n-airm .i. tinne iairn, 45.15 .t. ¤ .i. aill inde sin aniu, Auraic.
5549.

tríanach adj o, ā(1 trían) threefold,tripartite: tusa an laogh
trianach dar dtánaidh thou art the threefold calf of our herd,
Dán Dé x 14 .an roinn trianach a-tá air, Aithd.D. 30.6 .
85 ri arna bhreith an toirrches t. ¤ , IGT Decl. ex. 1593 .ag
Feraibh Bolg ... | do ceud roinnedh críoch Oilill. | an tír
thrianaigh ar tosaigh | don mhin ghrianaigh gheugdhosaigh
`(making) the three-portioned land at first | of the sunny
plain of branching trees
,' Geneal. Tracts 86.14 .Cf. treinech.