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trúailnid v(seetrúailnide) corrupts,pollutes,defiles,spoils .
(a)brāthair .i. frathair, ar isfraterrotrūaillned and(i.e.
bráthairis a `corrupt' form of Lat.frater), Corm. Y 111 .
75 gabur ...quasi caper. ar issed rotruaillned and, Corm. 22 =
rotrūailled, Corm. Y 675 .truailter ... a flaithius o thed-
mannaib, PH 4235 .truaillnither uli tria anmessair na
hanfine(of the atmosphere), 4240 .O'Baethgaili fuair
a' fonn | ler truaill aenaigi echtrann`by whom the meet-
80ings of foreigners were stained
,' Hy Fiachr. 268.12 .beag
do shíol Chuinn dá chumhaidh | ... | nár thruaill fíoch ┐
falta whom rage and anger did not ravage, DDána 86.42 .
romthruaill Rónán do Druim Gess`Ronan ... has outraged
me
,' Buile S. 136.15 .an tan truaillter ┐ crithnaidter ó
85n-ar ngallraibh ... sind, De Contemptu 1003 .neimh ...
gur thruaill si a chorp uili, St. Ercuil 2508.
(b) In sexual sense:truallid (in génntlidecht) in óige,
PH 722 .mas re re na secht mbliadhan ro truailledh in
ingean, Laws ii 404 n. 1 .pian na n-uile daoine truailles
iad o druis, Aisl. Tund. 130.22 .nar thruaill do cholainn le
5cion(Mary), A. Ó Dálaigh xiv 10. Moire gin gur thruaill
a tol | ní har a gloine fhuair fhear though unsullied by her
love
, DDána 21.26 .co truailled mórán do mhaighdenaib,
Maund. 116 .minar truaill si a hóghacht le paganach, ZCP
vi 289.18 .má do glacais co mí-genmnig hí do truaillis co
10h-urchóidech, De Contemptu 871 .
Intrans.rots,decays: do truailletar ┐ do lobhatar na
lebair, BCC 452.29 .

trúailnide adj io, iā part.oftrúailnid. O.Ir.drúailnide(see
Thurn. Gramm. p. 232 , Ped. ii 566 ), corrupt,defiled,polluted:
15 is uisse intoichther a ndruailnithe so ho nebdruailnithiu
`it is just that this corruptible should be clothed with the in-
corruptible
,' Wb 13d20 .druáilnithe a ciall, 30c18 .atan
druáilnidi som`they are corrupt,' Ml 76a5 .uare as ṅdruál-
nide, Sg. 163b7 .cid druailnide ṁbes chechtar in da rann,
20 202b3 .curpu trúalnidi na ndoéni, LU 2588 .i socraidecht
in bethad nemtrualnide, 2645 .co mbo thruallnethe aér na
cethararda dia dendgur, 6076 (TBC).rastimairgend con-
dasesairg a chainnebhur as gorbha chéo truaílnithi tormosach
(sic leg.) i mbuí do mhothor ina mhedhon, RC xiv 265 .6 .
25 mairc is loind ┐ is escaid dochumm na cobfhledi deroile
truallnide, Todd Lect. vi 23.7 .ro tuit neim an aieir truaill-
nide sin for uscip ... in tire, CCath. 3485 .glacaireacht
thruaillighe`unchast touches,' Donl. 94.2 .air son na beatha
truaillighe-se`this mortal life,' 464.4 .críon-bhrat na coire,
30bhíos 'na theimheal truaillidhe ar an anam, TSh. 7053 .
do fhéuch Día ar an ttalamh, ┐ féuch do bhí sé trúaillighe,
Gen. vi 12.

trúamdacht n(cf. tromdacht?):minig si in truamdacht
` melancholy ,' Lib. Hymn. 193.8 .

35 ? trúana ind céin beit a mbuada ar bruidnib | turmid sluag
t. ¤ ar tend-blaid, Met. Dinds. iv 340.8 .

trúas n m.(trúag). IGT Decl. § 38 . Abstr. Nouns § 62 . thin-
ness,leanness: do cuaidh se a truas ┐ a n-écruth ro-mór,
ar tarruing a fola a ngne bainde ass(of an ox), BCC 302.6 .
40 cuirfidh an Tighearna ... trúadhus a measg a dhaóine
méithe, Is. x 16 .ar th. ¤ mo chléibh go léir do rachainn trí
linn, Hackett x 18.

trúastad n[u,m.] (cf. tróistid,trúastaid). Later alsotrúas-
trad. beating,smiting,belabouring: o ro gab cach díb for
45truastad a chéli, LU 6198 .cāch oc trūastad a chēli, ScM.²
18 (truastrad,v.l.).rogab cach for truasdrad a céle, RC
xii 98 § 130 .an tan nobidis a chele oca truastad dona gaib,
Ériu v 238.94 .beimnech na mbocóti iarná trúast[r]ad
dona claidbib, TTr.² 937 .Etenchar. ┐ maith le tornech
50eten na mbachlach oc a truastad(a spear), LL 285a36 .

? truastaid v beats,smites: truas[t]fidir troich(rhetoric,
prophecy of a battle), ZCP xii 401.12 . Seetrúastad , tróistid.

? trubud ind selaig tanaigt. ¤ | cu tír n-Ulad ógérig, LU
10410.

55 trubus xseetriubus.

trucha xseetrocha.

truchlam n slaughter(?): o Cath Uchbhadh co naine |
i mbidh t. ¤ Fer Féine, FM i 334.3 =o cath Uchbadh co
n-aine | a mbith truchlum fer Fene`wherein there was a
60slaughter
(?),' RC xvii 242.6 .

trudaire n m.(truit?) stammerer,babbler: is mairg nach bhfuil
'na th. ¤ , Ó Bruad. i 132.1 .do th. ¤ thréith, 86.5 .

trudairecht n[ā,f.], (trudaire) barbarous speech,jargon,
stammering,stuttering: do ghébhainn tuile eir so acht nach
65áil lium triudaracht do dhénamh`to perpetrate jargon[lit.
`stuttering'],' O'Gr. Cat. 115.36. nár bh'urramach do th. ¤ an
árdghoill é`bullying language,' 583.34 .geadh trudaireacht
gléir a bhféadaid forgla a bhfuil | ag spriongar re déanamh
dréacht i bhfocalaibh Scuit, Ó Bruad. iii 194.5 .Cf. trodair,
70 trudarsaig,truidéis.

trudarsaig n d s.(cf. trudairecht) stammering,stuttering: an
chuid eile ar thioparsaig no ar thruidarsaigh, no ar mhur-
mhar fíacal ┐ ar mhántail bhealaighthe(in instructions for
reciting religious service), 23 I 1,111.7 .

75 ? truideachta n(truit?) rabble: t. ¤ íochtair ifrinn, Tribes
of Irel. 48.8 .Cf. truitelta(truitcompds.) ?

truidéis n(cf. trudairecht) stammering,stuttering: t. ¤ teasta
`testimonies stuttered forth,' Ó Bruad. i 202.16 .

trúig n f. cause,reason . Mod. form ofturbaid(q.v.), O'Rahilly,
80 Ériu xiii 215 .t. ¤ ghuil go tréan don tír`a cause of ... weep-
ing
,' E. O'Rahilly xiii 110 .t. ¤ is cúis trér thionnscnais éad
leis, xxxv 98 .

truime xseetrummae.

truinid v turns,recedes,falls(?)(Stokes, CCath. Gloss. , suggests
85borrowing from Mid. Eng.turnen, but perh. merely by-form
ofturnaid(do-airindi)):in rand ro taiselbad do P. ... ro
thruin, ro traig ┐ ro thairind fri talmain(of the entrails of a
sacrificed bull), CCath. 974 .ro traigset ┐ ro truinset echrada
muintire C. ic cloistecht frisin morborbgair sin`retreated
and turned
,' 3135 .ro truinset som ┐ ro traighsett deiside
5`turned and retreated,' 3533 .Trans.overthrows,humbles(?) :
ram trunsitar, ram traigsitar, ram traethsitar ... ram toirr-
netar`(my sins) have humbled me,' Ir. Lit. 6.3 .ro truinit
┐ ro tairnit ... menmandae ... midlach, CCath. 3886.