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2 túag n ā,f. IGT Decl. § 39 . axe,hatchet: tuaga troma
foebracha, PH 8111 .ead a láime ┐ [samtaighe] a tuaigi,
Laws iii 178.21 .in tuadh da marbadh(of a calf), ii 238.z
Comm. madh sí in tuadh do chuaidh da cind`if it was the
75head of a hatchet that flew off
,' iii 174.16 Comm. in Gaill
cona tuaghaibh ic bualad do dherthaighi, AU i 412.6 = FM
i 546.11 .builli do thuaig truim, TTebe 3161 .a bhunaidh
tuaighe`his makings of an ax,' TD 44.8 .sāithim mo
thúaigh a ttalmhuin (sic leg.: uaim), Rel. Celt. ii 292.z .
80 ro gabh féin tuaigh móir ina láimh, CCath. 1781 (biail,
v.l.).Ruaidhri ... do mharbhadh lá a thuaigh fein, FM ii
1122.12 .tuadh fri tescadh trénmiledh, St. Ercuil 1249 .
ní ghearrfa tú a gcrainn ag búaladh tuáighe ionta, Deut.
xx 19 .is tú mo thúadh chatha`thou art my battle axe,'
85 Jer. li 20 .atá an túagh ar na cur do chum fréimhe na
gcrann, Matth. iii 10 .t. ¤ connaid wood-hatchet: tuag con-
naidh, IT iii 196.1 .in tuath conadh, Laws i 140.1 Comm.
a dtuagha ... cúl-chroma ... connaidh ... fa na gcreasaibh,
DDána 111.18 (382.25) .iomad tuagha piocartach, Cín Lae
Ó Meall. 43.4 .fear tuaighe `anaxe-man' (butcher?Of a
5man appointed to receive tribute consisting of portions of
slaughtered cattle), Keat. ii 4817 .Cf. Pilib na tuaigi, AU
iii 28.25 .coic cet déc túagh`1,500 axes,' iii 498.11 .dá
fichit décc tuagh`axe men,' FM iv 1218.x .

túagach adj o, ā(1 túag) arched,curved. Of weapons: do gai t. ¤
10tairbertach trénturig, LU 10414 .ra gabastar a chlaideb
camthuagach catha bar a chlíu, TBC 3736 .rosfuc uad mac
Cailchin Cuanach | tria chailchend tuagach nar thim(`by
means of his axe-like spearhead
'), RC xlvii 307.2 . Note also:
conaca in tiprait túagaig | n-escraig`the fountain's falling
15arch of waters
,' Ériu iv 100 § 34 . ?eolach a tealcaigh in
tuagach | a seanc[h]aid Suamach na slog, x 78 § 26 .

túagaid v ā(2 túag) hews,chops,strikeswith anaxe :ma ro
bualad ma ro bith | ma ro tuagad, Fél. 190.15 =ma ro
tuaga, O'C. 1303 ( H. 3.18,541a ).Fid F. ... túagaid ┐ túirid
20`hew it down and search it', Met. Dinds. iv 214.56 (tuaigid,
BB 407a10 ).Vn. atchonnaic bili ... | aran tulaig gá
thuaghadh , SG 68.38 .

túagda adj(1 túag) arched,curving: aitteoch frit ... | an tentide
tūaghda(i.e.the torrid zone), ZCP viii 232 § 7.

25 túagmar adj o, ā(1 túag) arched(ofneck? Epithet of a horse):
indara h-ech ... ┐ se ... t. ¤ , LU 6489 =túagmār, TBC² 1976
(`great of curve,' Faraday, taking the wd. as compd. of
túagandmór). LU 10660 . ` broad ,' Ériu xii 156.27 .Cf.
also:tuir tuadhmar | tri greidil bidh grádmair, Fél. 78.24
30(?leg. tuagmar, Gloss.).

túagmíl n(1 túag+1 míl.Cf. Acall. Gloss. and CCath. Gloss. ,
where Stokes postulates a wordmíl`brooch').Agoldor
silver ornamentofshieldsandtunics, incorporating an
animal design. The first member of the compound may
35indicate a curved outline for the ornament or may refer to
interlaced work. See Wi., TBC(cf. Introd. p. xxiv), BDD2,
TBFr., and Études Celt. ii 13 n. 2 . `Schnörkeltier,'
Heldensage 287 .tri duibscéith co túagmílib óir, LU 7305 .
Cf. 9271 . IT i 310.x .da gelsciath co túagmilaib argit
40findi foraib, TBC 4373 .tri sceith ... co d-tuágmhilaibh
fiondruine forra, 5536 .di boccótib bána brecdathacha fo
thuagmílaib dergóir, TTr. 611 .túagmíla ... di ór ┐ airget
... isind léne, BDD² 10 .lénti ... co túagmílaib óir impu,
TBFr. 21 .tuaghmílu ingantachu di ór ... issind lénith,
45 IT i 119.18 .da each ... cungi co tuagmilaib airgdidib
foraib, Ir. MS. Series 174.11 ( YBL 118a4 ).cat[h]cris ... cona
tuaghmilibh rinnta d'or ┐ d'airgett on ur co araile de, CCath.
4684.

túagnaidm n(1 túag+(s)naidm)ametal fasteningorbuckle .
50Alsocúachnaidm,q.v.:amail bi[d] mér fo cuachnaidm
duitt iumad briathar in filed .i. bid égcomluath taithmiuch
in druing briathar ┐ bédis tuaghnadhmann semenn, O'Dav.
397 (Stokes citescuachnaidm .i. tuadnaidm, H. 3. 18,67 ).
Cf. Ériu xiii 23.28 .lenti srebnaidi sítai co tuagnadmannaib
55di ór bruthi`Hakenverschlüssen,' IT iii 464.25 .

túagrótae n(-ŏ-?) (1 túag+(?)rótae,cf. raite,rót)a type of
road
(placed by Corm. betweenlámrótaeandbóthar):
tuaghród`afarmer's road leadingto a `ród,' or into amoun-
tain ,' O'Don. Suppl. tūagrottae, fochren fer trebar conair do
60ascnam raotae nō slēibe. Is sī īarom a fochreicc, anam cach
dīne nō cach mīl immidrēt cach ala blīa[dain], Corm. Y
1082 =tuagróta fochren fer trebar conair do ascnám roitói
no slébe. isi iarom a ḟochraic .i. aaním aneim atraet cachla
bliadain, Corm. 38 .tuaghrod .i. slighe, O'Cl.

65 túaichel(l) adj(*to-fo-cell-, see Ped. i 316 , 347 ). (a)o,ā:
Tuachell(n. pr.), LU 5145 =Tūaichell, TBC² 662 .tuaichell,
LB 124b13 =tuaicheall, Keat. iii 2056 .E. ...thūachell
(: Breg), ZCP viii 268 § 42 .Cf. `túaichiol' bá hainm do
ghliocus, Met. Gl. 11 § 11 . uersute.i. intuachall , Ml 103d23
70(see Thurn. Gramm. p. 219 ).a p.(subst.)mad ferr latuaich-
liu `if the instructed prefer,' Met. Dinds. ii 32.89 . (b)i:
-thuachaill(: laind), SR 1670 . túachail(: rainn), Met.
Dinds. iv 8.8 .tuachilgl.astutus, Sg. 60a7 . túachail
(: brúachaib), Met. Dinds. iv 222.1 . tuachill(: thuathaib),
75 94.43 .tuaichill, TTebe 1189 v.l.
Clever,cunning,astute,wise,prudent(possibly in some
exx.pregnant , see Gwynn, Hermathena xlix 65 ):is danautat
idu (sic leg.) mnāi tuachoill .i. indanae cach ndolbach,
O'Mulc. 756 .tuachail .i. glic, O'Cl.ba treb glan, toga
80túachail prudent choice, Met. Dinds. iii 236.6 .slige Dala
thréin túachail, 278.43 .cid senchas túachail ... | ... ria
cométsecht`a pithy tale,' 354.83 .cidheadh ro bo tuachail, |
gach bean go n-a brathair, Todd Nenn. 140.9 .fer sidhe
forode tuachell foill, BB 209b36 .bud tūachail taigērus,
85 ZCP viii 207.18 .co teilis, tuachail, BR 34.1 .don fhir
thuachell ... sin(sic leg.), TTebe 406 .
Compar.: sapientior.i. tuachliu, Lib. Hymn. 69.21 .
nathair ba celgachu ... ┐ ba tuaichliu o uilib anmandaibh
in talmun, BB 16b39 .
Assubst.:rab é a thuachail beith na thost, | atetha a
5Cruachain crúadchosc`seine Klugheit,' TBC 534 (ró be
tuachail, H). See also forms,supra.
Asn.pr. Túachail is Foil is Fannall (: túathaib), Met.
Dinds. iv 240.4 . See also forms,supra.
Compd. ¤ chness wanton,lascivious(?): don mnaí théith-
10mir thúachail-chniss, Met. Dinds. iv 128.6 .
?cét mbo ag taidbi is tuachail, BB 269b17 =ac taidhle
is tuachail (: thuathaibh)` friskingandskipping ,' BR 46.4 .