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túairisc n(Plummer MS. notes suggests back-formation from
túarascbáil. Possiblyvn.of an old compd. ofsech-, (cf.
aithesc,etc.), but found only in Mod. Ir.) account,descrip-
tion,information,tidings: tuirisc taidhe .i. tuarasgbháil
85taidhe .i. foillsiughadh gada, O'Cl.gan tuairisg Fhinn ná a
shluaigh ar fághail, Oss. iii 234.11 .iarraidh tuaraisg na
sean-chosán interrogate de semitis antiquis, TSh. 10552 .
a bhfuarais d'ulc ag troid fá iath do shean | do thuairisc
shuthain tug mar Bhrianach beacht all that you endured
fighting for your ancestral land gave lasting witness of you that
5you were a genuine scion of the O'Briens
, Hackett xiv 6 .
gan a dtuairisc ann`that no trace of them is left,' E. O'Rahilly
vii 12 . In phr.fá th. ¤ in search of,seeking: fá thuairisg
deágh-dhuine, Atlantis iv 198.6 .is claon an cleasuidhe
ag teacht faoim thuairisc-se to track me out, Hackett xxv 9.

10 túairmech adj o, ā(túaraim) doubtful,guessing: gé thugamar
amas ar aithris go tuairmeach, Ó Bruad. iii 178.1 .

túairse norig.n,f.? (cf. tiruairse) remnant,remainder: cech
óen in tshlúaig-se báid bil | bas t. ¤ áir is airlig`everyone ...
that is left after slaughter and havoc
,' Met. Dinds. iii 118.102
15(tuairsin,v.l.).in tuairsi bec docuaid uad iar cor a n-air,
BB 428b49 .Dairrbe Derg ... co tuairsi Ligmuine ┐ Fer
mBolg, RC xv 298.14 .cach ceard atuairsin (n p.?), ZCP
xvii 51 § 28 = Arch. iii 227.28 .tuarsena tinmthi don ar
`relics of the cruel slaughter,' Fen. 376.7 .do thidlaic in
20toicthi tuairsena bar tromnámad da bar n-indsaighidh
good luck has brought the surviving remnant of the enemy to
attack you
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 125.4 .ní tugsad acht tuairsena
bega do na h-édalaib uatha, Celt. Rev. iv 110.29 .

? túairsech n tug Ioif neoill chiuine comdorcha ┐tuairseacha
25tromfleachaidh ar dreich thalman` forebodings ', TTebe 4264 .
Cf. túairse?1 túar?

túaiscert n o(túas). Orig.n.?Cf. co ra tinolad ...tuaiscert
ṅhErend, LL 304by ( SG 381.12 ). tuaisceartn-Éirenn,
TFrag. 14.y . But note[intu]aiscerd , Tur. 142 . See
30 deiscert.m., IGT Decl. § 28 (g s.also-a). See RC xlvii 253 f.
The north(also occas.the left): hi tuaisciurt slebe sióin,
Ml 67d8 .Aedh ...rexin tuaiscirt, AU i 208.5 (see note).
co tuasciurt n-Assia, SR 2655 .ticfa nel ... | a tuáisciurd
nime, 8026 .asa tuaisciurt inda deiscert`from the north to
35the south
,' Mon. Tall. 133 22 .co túascert Longbard, TBFr.
376 .tuc a n-airthiur for a n-iarthur ┐ a ndesciurt for a
tuasciurt(of a man fighting an army single-handed) `their
right wing ... their left
,' CRR 34.16 .naím thúascirt in
domain, LU 1974 ( FA 4 ).ar Thoraigh thall san tuaisgeart,
40 TD 26.45 .creca thuasceirt hUmaill, Ann. Conn. 1248.5 .
sínidh sé an tuaisceart amach, Job xxvi 7 .cnoc Síon,
taoibh an tuáisceirt`on the sides of the north,' Ps. xlviii 2.
Attrib.g s. northerly: i mBretnaibtuaiscirt , Thes. ii
308.23 .i nAlbain túascirt, TBFr. 359 .tar Saxain túascirt,
45 376 .a crīc[h] Ēile tuaisgcirt, ML² 244 .Cf. láimh re Toraigh
an tuaisgeirt, TD 17.30 .
In phraseiar t. ¤ in the north,northerly: rind aig ┐ imgona
for ṅ-hErend ar túarsciurt (sic), TBC 5331 .in muir n-ard
n-Adriadecda iar tuaiscert, TTebe 1395 .
50Compd. ¤ leth northern half:Iapheth for thuaiscert-leth
na hAssia, Leb. Gab. 190.24 .

túaiscertach adj o, ā(túaiscert) northern(occas. alsoleft-hand) :
tuascerddachagl.(a meredianis plagis ad) boreales, Bcr.
33c1 .iarthuaiscerddachgl.ethesiarum, 37b5 .isind oxil
55ochtarthuaiscerdig ... a nichtarthuaiscerdach`in the left
upper angle ... the left lower
(of the cross), Thes. ii 255.9 , 10 .
i n-ulinn airthirthuaiscertaig na Déisi deiscirt, Trip.² 2329 .
barsan leith túascertach(of a ford), TBC 3388 .i n-insib
tuascertachaib in domain, LL 9a1 .don fhir thuaiscertach
60... is a tricha cet to the man in the north of the cantred, ZCP
viii 541.26 .for sliss tuaiscertach slebe Sióin, PH 4447 .
comaidim na Sceithia tuaiscertaigi, TTebe 4770 .in trian
tuaisgceartach indsi Breatan, Todd Nenn. 40.z .fis in
mesraighthi tuaiscertaigh, CCath. 41 .an leth tuaiscertach
65do Triun mhór Arda Macha, FM ii 1090.20 .fear ... tuais-
certach a tuaiscert catha ... C., MR 152.5 .a theagasc don
ealbha thuaisceartaigh`to the flock on the left' (`the wicked
viz. the goats as opposed to the sheep
,' note), Ó Bruad. iii
174.15 .
70Assubst. o,m. anortherner: madh i mbethaidh mic
Eathach, | dom hisadh an tuaiscertach, FM i 230.4 .re
freagarthaib ... in tuaiscertaig, MR 158.8 .morslúaiged
tuaiscert(er)ach`a great hosting of northerners,' RC xii
350 § 44.

75 túaisid v ī is silent: má roiderctar a brathair riam ... acht
rutuaisi`if his brother turns red ... yet keeps silence,' Ériu
vii 168 § 13.

túaisre adv(túas)(on) the left: arrobo thuaisre do ṡuidiu(i.e.
Longinus)issed ropo desse do crist`what to him was the
80left to Christ was the right
,' Thes. ii 254.5 (=tuathbel, LB
251a70 ).[ó d]essi co tuaisri, 256.6 .fuit illis duobus Ronan
.i. a leath ō chind co fonn la ceachtair n-ai deisi (desre,
v.l.) Domainguirt tuasri(sic leg.withv.l.)Manannain`...
the right side from Domangort, the left from Manannan,'
85 ZCP xiii 354.17 . See RC xliii 161 .Alsothe left hand:
rogabastár éisi astuda a ech ina thūasri .i. aradna a ech ina
láim in chlī, TBC² 1883 . ?triucha nena Find na feic |
isséicse thuasre fa tuind(sic leg.?), IT i 162.9 .