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túaithebair n(compd. oftúae(q.v.) andtemair, Meyer, ZCP
vii 523 n. 3 . By native glossators taken as containing
1 túath, see the citations undertemair) hill,eminence,raised
ground: go ro lina grían glenta ┐ fanta ┐ tulcha ┐ tuaidi-
75brecha na hErend, TBC 5821 (tuatha teamhreacha,túath
theamhracha,v.l.).tulcha ┐ tuadebracha in choicid, 5823 .
uar tuaithebrachaib in talman, TTebe 2197 .[ar] tuagebair
an talman, 4270 .cor lín grian tulcha ┐ tuaithebra Espaine,
ML 160.21 .cu ro línsat na tolcha ┐ na tuaitheabhracha for
80gech taebh, Marco P. 61 .for tolchuibh ┐ tuaithebraibh na
crich a cein ┐ a bhfoicsi, 90 .
Asn. loc.(of a place near Tara):is and bāi Cond ... i
Tūaithemair (sic leg.) ic urgnum Feisi na Temrach, ZCP
viii 276.8 =a Tuath Ebhair, xx 162.22 .do lomradh a
85caerach for faithchi Tuaíth Ebrach, 163.26 .Tibraidi
Tūaithebrach mac Cleitig, viii 274.10 =Tibraide Tuaith
Ebrach mac Cleitigh, xx 165.17 .Cf. bamar ... | i tuaith
Tem[rach] tess Boind, CRR 56.12 .fa tuaitheamra (sic
leg.) na Temhrach, Duan. Finn i 56.11 .

túaithebrach adj o, āPerh. fromtúaithebairunder infl. of
5 2 túath-:in chennc[h]leasach (sic leg.) ... thuaith-ebrach
Tesifóne sinister(?), MR 168.7 .

? túaithech adj o, ā(túaithe) having magic powers;or assubst.
witch: la Nair tuaidhigh in bansidhe, RC xv 332.13 .Nár
thúathach a sídhibh, ben Chrimthain` witch ' (Gloss.),
10 Cóir Anm.,106 (tuathcaec,v.l.).Cf. Nár Túathcáech, LU
7846 (BDD). But perh. =túathach,q.v. Cf. túathaid.

túaithles,-is xsee2 túath-.

1 túal n hill(?): im th. ¤ Tarbga`about the ... hill of T.',
Met. Dinds. iii 370.68 . Same wd. as next?

15 2 túal n hopperof amill(?): cup ... .i. iars ani cupus in tarbur
uaithi in cloch uachtair .i. in tual .i. in tiaronn toll`the
hopper (cup) ... because it drops the corn out of itself into the
upper stone, i.e. the `tual'i.e.the perforated iron
,' Laws i
140.22 Comm. So also Stokes, RC xxiv 407 .secht
20flescbeiment na dlig luog | flescbeim croibi, cloch dia
thual, Nat. Libr. of Irel. MS. G 7 col. 20 .Cf.prec. wd.

túalaing adjPerh.i- stem, but O. Ir.n s. túalang.s- stem,
Ped. ii 117 , buttuailnge, Wb 17b5 , cited asn p.by Ped.,
seems to belong totúailnge,q.v.(*to-fo-long-) able to,
25 capable of .
IWith follg. gen.:am tualang dano a hétarcerta, Wb
12d22 .is tualang for ṅd[íten], 26b4 .is and is tualáng a
nerta`then is he effective in his exhortation,' 31b11 .combi
t. ¤ saintrebtha ┐ gabála[e] se(a)lb, Críth Gabl. 78 .ni tualuing
30toile, Laws v 132.7 .óba t. ¤ labartha, BDD² 55 .uair nír
tualaing catha, LU 3206 .am tūalaing mo daltai capable
of rearing a fosterchild
, ZCP v 503.21 .tualaing tachair,
TTebe 1541 .cia bhus tualaing teichidh? Dán Dé v 14.
IIWith follg. acc. (usually avn.) (a)bá (leg.bad)
35tualang cách forcital alaili`let each be fit to instruct another,'
Wb 6d13 .as tualang deacht todiusgud crist, 13c15 .ni
tualaing toxal, Laws i 102.23 .is tualaing som forgell for
cach recht, 78.19 .gurub tualaing slan ┐ freiteach, O'C.
1591 ( 23 Q 6,2a ).ní t. ¤ nech ... a chosnam frit, LU 8152
40( FB 11 ).ni tualaiṅg mór nad ḟulaiṅg no nad geib in ṁbec
they who cannot endure or accept a little are not capable of
much
, RC iii 176.35 .tualaing ferann able to possess land,
LL 387a1 .nī tūalaing nech mo marbad, ZCP vii 302.28 .
nach geba Cruachain d'á éis | rí budh tualaing a aisnés
45`a king of reputation equal to his,' Celt. Rev. iv 24.31 .cor-
bam tualaing-se a chomet, Anecd. i 10.18 .is tūalaing Dīa
sin God can do that, ZCP vii 306.34 .do Bhanbha ... ní
tualaing | rí ... an tuaraim thug no king can give such hope
to Ireland as he did
, DDána 94.12 .fear nach tualaing a
50tógbháil (croch), PBocht 23.1 .níom tualaing suan, TSh.
2144 (quot.).ni tualuing mhé beith ica bhfegadh, Caithr. CC
21.1 . Impers.:cur mná tairse nach tualaing | a-tá d'aidh-
bhse ar Fh.`that no woman can be set above her,' Aithd.D.
18.20 .cathair dhithoglaidi ... nir'bhá tualaing n-amais
55fuirri could not be attacked, Marco P. 131.
(b) With vn. constr. of the type:ni t. ¤ trá nach ndúil
in chétmad rand ... d'innisin, LU 2484 .conidam t. ¤ airer
críchi d'imditin, 10294 .Cf. corbo tualaing fogla do denum,
3194 (foglags. ? ap. ?).re lind Ugaini viii. ur fo tualaing bir
60D[eichen] do imcoimet eight men could look after the spit of
D.
, Celt. Rev. viii 75.14 .gach ród nach iongabhtha d'fhior
... | tualaing gach aon lé mbudh áil | raon ré ghualainn
do ghabháil every road not to be taken ... he who wishes can
take the one beside it
, Dán Dé vi 2 .triúr nach tualaing
65mé | do chosg dhíom, DDána 5.9 .nír' bo thualaing gnimrad
míled do frecra, CCath. 329.
(c) Occas. also in Laws with follg. finite clause:ni
tualaing rod gaba athgabail na di fornaisc`he is not capable
of taking distress who is not able to bind it
,' i 84.9 .ni tualaing
70roda selba sanna nech no do ren`one who has sold land cannot
unbind it
,' 202.5 .
IIIIn constructions with prepp.:dar gcoimhéidne is
tú is tualuing, TD 41.17 .dar gcomairce is tú as tualaing,
DDána 67.3 .o nach t. ¤ thú féin do dhol ann, Ériu v 194.554 .
75 bhur gcosnamh cia dar tualaing? Aithd.D. 39.1 .cia
dán tualaing a thuigsin? Dán Dé xiv 25 .targaidh nemh
—is air ba tualaing only he could make such an offer, BNnÉ
138.1 .gorbo tualaing catha Cuinn ar maithib Muman ar
in mag sin, ML² 294.
80Asn. pr.:Téa ┐ Tascur ┐Tualang , TBC² 1678 = TBC
2021 . Inn. loc.:Magh Tualaing, ML² 296.

túama n m.(Engl. loanwd.) tomb: a chruaidhleac an tuama
`cruel tombstone,' Ó Bruad. ii 256.1 .cia dhíobh sin dath
budh maith leis do chur 'na thuama, TSh. 669 .an té
85shnoighios t. ¤ dhó féin`sepulchre,' Is. xxii 16 .fanfuidh
sé annsa t. ¤ , Job xxi 32 . Seetumba.