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túaidemain (túaid)adv. in the north: ón talmhain thuaidh-
eamhain, DDána 70.9 .stir thuaighemhuin`in the northern
region
,' Rel. Celt. ii 272.32 .ar an taobh thuaitheamhain,
Ériu viii 192.16 .gan triall fa thuaidheamhain northwards ,
5 DDána 70.6 . See Aithd.D. Gloss.

túaidsius xseetúathus.

túaigid xseetúagaid.

tuáille n m.(Engl. or Romance loanwd.) towel: tváille ...
┐ ilrad gacha datha and, BCC 32.12 .gur thaisbein tubh-
10aille di ina raibhe egsamhlacht ┐ iolradh gach datha, Mart.
Don. 158.22 . In these exx.=peplum, pallium, Reeves Ad.
190.z , 191.4 .coimilter an corp gu leir ... maille re tuailib
trena`with coarse towels,' Éigse ii 178.583 .an tubhāille
ro-chomail an Slānaightheóir do chossoip na n-apstal ...
15ier n-innlat a gcoss, Fl. Earls 198.5 .túaile lin, Smaointe
B. Chr. 3282.

túailnge n iā,f.(túalaing) ability,capability . Only as attri-
butiveg s.=túalaing. (a) With follg. gen.:ammi tuailṅge
ar mbrethre, Wb 17b5 .bá túalnge trebe, LU 4155 , `he
20was able to face a tribe
,' Met. Dinds. ii 13 .am cumthach
dia eis nioam tualṅge dúis`I am incapable of joy(?),'
PRIA xix (1893-6) 548 § 25 ( LL 147a29 ).
(b) With follg. acc.:ni dam tualnge laubra rimm, IT i
123.24 .fiadha cach a coindeilg a céille ... .i. na fiadhain
25atá tuailgne a comdeiliugh o a céilliní, O'D. 668 ( H. 3. 17,
489b ).cach muc as thualing a beathad (= biathad) a haenur
... na hai nacha thuailnge, Laws ii 368.19 Comm.
(c) With follg. vn. constr.:is tualngi Dia ... in saethar
do digbail dinne, Thr. Hom. 106.6 .at tūailgne tú sin do
30dénam, BColm. 70.25 .
(d) With prep.:Medb, ropo thúalnge ... | for argain
Chúalnge, Met. Dinds. iii 368.41 (tualaing,v.l.).

túailngigidir v gdepon. (túailnge) deigns,considers worthy
(Lat.dignor):nírothuailngigestar gl.non est dignatus
35(eis ... adscribere), Ml 16b12 .nuntuailngigedargl.(iste ...
nos quoque praecipuo honore) dignatur, 146b2 .

túailngigthid adj i(túailnge) (see Thurn. Gramm. § 380 ). Only
inadv.glossing Lat.dignanter; deigningly: in tuailcigthid
gl.dignanter(intende), Ml 49d8 .in tuailngigthid fortéissiu
40`deigningly aid' gl.dignanter adnuito(read asadiuta?),
78c1 .

túailngius n[u,m.] (túailnge) ability,capability: gan tuailṅges
aistir na imthechta, Acall. 6602 .mairg dán' crich a cuiged-
sun | gan tuailngius a thurrachtha, MR 222.2 . ?co ná búi
45tuailgius [dó ?] a airm ... do congbáil (tuailing,v.l.), CCath.
2065.

túailngthech n o,m.(túailnge) manofability,chief,ruler:
do chneasaibh ár dtuailgineach`of our worthy chiefs,'
Ó Bruad. iii 166.6 .d'fheartaibh an tualangthaigh(God),
50 14 (tualaingthicc,v.l.).tuailgneach sa bhreath cáinghéar
[ciuin]`lord whose legal judgments are acute and grave,'
210.20 .

túaim n n,n.Exact meaning uncertain. Expl. by O'Cl. as
baile,fearann,cloidhe,táobh. Note alsotuaim .i. tech
55no cladh, O'C. 1471 ( H. 3.18,652 ). P. O'C. givestuaim
.i. taobh`aflank ridgeorside .'.i. cladh`amoat moundor
bank, aknap,tumporhillock, also atomb,graveorsepulchre ,
Lat.tumulus.'.i. baile`atown, afortress .'.i. fearann
`atownland, afarm .'.i. eadan no aghaidh`afrontorface .'
60Orig. `monticule, colline,' whence the other senses are derived,
Loth, RC xli 407 .g s. Tuama, Lat. Lives 35.3 . FM i 44.y .
Thua[m]na Grene`of Tuaim Gréne,' Gorm. Oct. 19 =
Tuama Gréne, Nov. 1 .d s. túamaim, LU 5975 . ?g p. slan
trath triathtuamanddindsain, BR 14.13 =tuamann, BB
65 267b36 . ? Met. Dinds. iv 198.26 .
Senbic a t. ¤ immais áin`S. from the stead of noble poesy,'
Met. Dinds. ii 16.84 .im th. ¤ thaiss`in my poor dwelling,'
iii 366.3 . ?tarb túamann`the paddock bull,' iv 198.26 .
isedh is crich ann gort feoir no arbair, no ard urchur fleasca,
70 ┐ tri deisceimann o tire tuaim, O'C. 2330 ( Eg. 88,25 (26)d ) =
tri deisceimenna o thir a tuaim, O'C. 1713 ( 23 Q 6,17a ) =a trí
descemenna ó tiri tuaim, O'D. 1567 ( H. 5. 15,4a ).Cf.
tuaim .i. timchuairt a thire,ut estdligid a .iii. dia dil ...
ina thire tuaim, O'Dav. 1534 , `enceinte de la propriété
75délimitée ou défendue par une palissade ou fossé avec remblai
,'
Loth.do t. ¤ adhnacail si, do tora torc allaidh dia saighidh,
go ros tochla burial-place , BNnÉ 325.18 .cethair traigid
fichet fott in damasnai, ocht traigid eter a thūaim ┐ talmain
the ox-rib was twenty-four feet long, with eight feet between
80its peak and the ground
(i.e.when standing on the two ends),
ZCP xiii 373.21 (cf. iii 460.12 ). ?dosrat hi tuaim immon
deil | roscacht cen huail, cen ergail(of Goliath terrorising
Israel), SR 5785.
In phrases:docuirither cach ae i tuaimm aroli amail
85orceil [tairrechtae] against each other(of seas meeting),
Corm. 13 Coire Brecain=i tūaim alaile, Corm. Y 323 =co
cuir cach dib im thuaim araile`each of them hurls itself
round another's place
,' RC xvi 158.2 `(se) pousse autour de
la place de l'autre
', Loth.musluid cach dib i tuaim in
aroile(of cattle), RC xv 308.11 .oc airimbert gascid hi
5túamaim a scéith protected by his shield(?), LU 5975 =oc
airbert gaiscid hi tūaimim a scēith(`in a fence (?) of his
shield
,' Faraday), TBC² 1507 =tarrasair mac Da Lóth co
trián in lái i t. ¤ a sceith ic folmaisse gona Conculaind, TBC
2125 (perh. theumboof the shield, Loth).a tuaim a sgeith
10.i. a n-inadh a scéith, O'Dav. 187. a ttuaim a sgéith, Cath.
MT 894 . ?is lem dofeidbair hi tuaim inn eouin, IT i 139.22 .
Note also:gu tuaim treabainn gac treabaid, BB 36b55
=co tuaim trebaind cach trebaib, Lec. 282 va24 .tennis
in tuaím tuathramut, BB 380b12 .moid no da thoib tuill
15tuáim i timargar ith, LL 116a37 .turclai tolsum tuaim
tinnsaighidh itir glasaib geillfine, 393a3 .
Frequ. in placenames (in some cases in meaning ` burial
mound,tumulus ,' Loth), see Hog. Onom.Cf. Dind Rīg, |
rūad tūaim tenbai`eine rote flammende Feuerwand' (.i.
20clodh, gloss), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 7 § 1 (T. ¤ Tenbawas the old
name ofDind Ríg, see Met. Dinds. ii 50.5 , 52.5 , ZCP iii
8.18 ,etc.).