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túatae adj io, iā(1 túath). See IGT Introd. § 155.
70 IAsadj. of the people,lay(as opp. to ecclesiastical,
religious): coitchenn .i. fri timthrecht tuatae`to lay ser-
vice
' (rectius tuatai, note, but perh.g p.of subst.), Ml 37b2 .
populdaib .i. tuataib .i. á tuath fessinegl.popularibus,
57d9 .túatigl.(ad) eos qui foris sunt (extra ecclesiam) heathen,
75gentiles
, Wb 27c25 .ceall a mbi airchinnech tuatha(leg.
tuata?), gloss onairchindech laich, Laws v 122.9 Comm.
do aes tuattu`the laity,' Ériu ii 222.20 .do bhí 'n-a mhanach
tuata san chomhthionól`a lay-brother,' Keat. iii 1909 .
manach tuata do bí ag Ciaran, BNnÉ 121.33 .brathair
80bochd tuata dord S. Fronsias, O'Cl. ( RC iv 351 ).
IIAssubst. io,m. (a) a layman, inpl. the laity: laoch
a laico.i. ōn tūata, Corm. Y 794 . laicustuata, Ir. Gl. 423 .
int óegi .i. int ascurda nó in tuata, Thes. ii 334.18 .alaili
túati, Mon. Tall. 134.22 .muini (sic leg.) doberthar o thuatib
85`wealth that is given by lay folk,' 141.11 . ?īarsin; ruofec ind
rī for slānc[h]uinc[h]id au greda ┐ rofecsat na tūaetae for
saigid īca a mac friu, ZCP viii 103.19 .i tig na tuata soin-
mech, Ériu v 22.10 .do tuata`to a layman,' Laws i 92.19
Comm. do tuatu, ii 64.25 Comm. for cach tuata uile cid
saermanach he, ii 346.1 Comm. coimthinól tuata i dtoigh
5naom(` boorish '), O'Gr. Cat. 374.28. lé nert tuatadh`by
the influence of the laity
,' FM v 1346.14 .ag tuata a láthair
dhuine eagluise, Donl. 230.4 .na deich réasúnaibh ... as
nach tabhraidh Corp Chríost do na tuataibh, O'Gr. Cat.
39.23. don tuata nó dhon chléireach, TSh. 10673.
10(b) rustic,ignorant person: ní racha mac meic in túata |
lat gan a creit súata súas, IGT Decl. ex. 1283 .cennach
lebair o tuata, BB 333a43 .gan a ueith dimaoin mar ata
... leabur do thuata, Ériu v 138 § 125 .aderit na tuatada
idhgha risin eslainti so`country folk,' Rosa Ang. 318.2 .
15 fóghnuid mar leabhra do na tuataighibh(=tuatadhaibh)
`to the ignorant' (i.e.images), Donl. 64.12 .duine gan
chreideamh nó túata(`one unlearned,'ἰδιώτης), 1 Cor. xiv
24 .

túatamail adj i(túatae?) rustic,rude: oscurda .i. tuatamail,
20 O'C. 2074 ( H. 4. 22,67b ).bíodh gu bhfuilim tuátamhuil
a mbriáthruibh, 2 Cor. xi 6 .an mearbhall tuatamhail
vulgar error, Donl. vi 1.

1 túath n ā,f. d s. fothō[i]th , Laws iv 340.4 ( Mac Neill, Law
of Status 308 ).n a p. toatha, ZCP xi 97 § 56 .tótha, Laud
25610,99va23 .g p. Tuathann, L.Chl.Suibhne 64.x . Maguires
of F. 29.21 .thuathadh, DDána 104.9 . IGT Decl. § 39
(91.18) .
I (a) people,tribe,nation: di fordiuclaimmim mu thuai-
these, Ml 34b6 .oc ditin do thuathe, 37c15 .niba samlid
30doemsa mo thuaid insin`my people,' 37c20 .for rí nach
far tuad, 46a14 .á tuath fessine, 57d9 .hi comtherchomruc
na tuadegl.in uaccis populorum, Tur. 76 .bid tuad domsa
mo nebthuad, Wb 4d1 .cossóit a thuaithe fri dia, 5a23 .
in tuáth huile, 5b24 .huasna tuathaib dermáraib, SR 1974 .
35 cia tuath duit no cía cenél, 3296 .dolléicetar iltúatha dí
`many companies are left a prey to it' ( Études Celt. ii 13 ),
TBFr. 415 .tuathaib ilib with many peoples, LU 3425 .ar
bélaib iltúath, 5456 .tongu na-tongat mo thuath, ScM.² 16 .
tongusa a toingthe mo thúatha, BDD² 707 .tredan ... |
40nō throscud cech mīss | dlegar isna mōrthūathaib | i mbī
cretem Chrīst, ZCP xiii 29.10 .trī tūatha ... | ... | clann
Murchada ... | clann Dālaigh is clann Domhnaill, ZCP
viii 116 § 7 .eter in uli thuath ┐ cenél, PH 823 .ar tuathaib
na Tiabanda, TTebe 3475 .
45(b)Ofspecific peopleswith qual. gen.: tūatha abacc
thebeaver-tribes , Bruchst. i 66 § 152 .tuath Amalech the
Amalekites , PH 8044 .fri tūaith Cannán theCanaanites ,
Thes. ii 319.7 .t. ¤ Dé God's people, theIsraelites: tuáth
dae ┐ popul dáe, Ml 94a6a .tuáth dáe, Wb 30b14 .ar
50thúaith Dé, Fél. Prol. 142 .la prímthóisech túaithi Dé .i.
la Moyse, Ériu iv 142.3 .for tūaith Hérenn the people of
Ireland
, Thes. ii 317.4 .do thúathaib Fēne, 317.3 .tuatha
feochra Filistín, SR 5730 .de thúaith Íssu`ofJesu's folk ,'
Fél. Ep. 396 .eter noi ngradaib aingel ┐ nóemthuath ríchid,
55 LU 2472 .co Temhrach tuaithe tescomarr`so that he may
rescue the tribes of Tara
,' O'Dav. 1552 =condo Temhrach
tuaithe tescmarr, Ériu xiii 17.9 .sen-tuatha Temra, MR
4.3 .tuatha Temrach, ML² 1147 .ar tuathaib Teftha,
172 .Cf. Túatha Dé Danannand seeaithechthúatha.
60 II (a) country,territory: techt a tuáith i tuiaíth`going
from country to country
,' Wb 15d32 .i túaith Egept, SR
3144 .de cach leith dar túatha | domm-ísat`over coun-
tries
,' Fél. Ep. 35 .—is mall cu tudchad. —is imrighin
in tuath`the country is very stiff' (i.e.difficult to travel),
65 Trip. 208.18 .fo hill-tuathaib in domain, PH 6452 .an-
manna na tuath ... docum a ndechudar na techta, St.
Ercuil 137.
(b)In Laws `territory,petty kingdom, the political and
jurisdictional unit of ancient Ireland,' Críth Gabl. p. 109 .
70See also Mann. and Cust. i xcii , Mac Neill, PRIA xxix
C 88 ff. Can refer either to the actual territory or to its
inhabitants, see also underI supra:ri aen tuaite, secht cet
laech lais .i. ri ac ata aen tuath .i. xxx. ced d'ferund, Laws
v 50.1 , 3 Text and Comm.is t. ¤ oirdnither ríi[g], ní rí(g)
75o[i]rdnither túaith, Críth Gabl. 494 .is túaithe cammae
comarggud óenaig the arranging of an óenach belongs to
the
t. ¤ , 504 .cis lir ata chóra[i] do ríg do giull fora thúatha ?
506 .in gabail bis itir di tu[a]ith oc denam cana ┐ cairdi,
Laws i 158.20 Comm. oc dun breitheaman na tuaiti, iv
80106.2 Comm. fri corus tuaithe, iii 14.z .druth tuaithe,
O'D. 2283 ( Rawl. 506,25d ).in fer túaithe, Críth Gabl. 2 .
fri ... forrechtu tuaithe`regulations of a territory,' Laws i
104.z .grá[d] túa[i]the, Críth Gabl. 4 .do lessaib túaithe
on public business, 598 .co muilend tuaithi`to the mill of a
85territory
,' Laws iii 272.16 .rí teora t. ¤ , Críth Gabl. 459 .go
rí tuath, Laws iv 226.15 .letheneclann rígh túaithe ...
letheneclann righ túath, Ériu xiii 45.15 .ceitheora sabaid
tuaithe`four dignitaries of a territory,' Laws i 54.7 .fri
sochride tuaithe, iii 20.21 .im taistellach tuaithe, i 184.15 .
cach t. ¤ a tindscra, Arch. iii 226.32 .ferr tūath tindscra,
5 Anecd. iii 18.17 .
(c)Hence in sagas,etc.with ref. to variousterritories:
do thig ríg a thúaithi, BDD² 226 .techt día tuaid to go to
his country
, LU 3623 .tuatha tá i dtimcheall Caisil, DDána
74.12 .na seacht dtuatha déag, 74.14 .leag na seacht
10dtuatha dá dtoighibh, Aithd.D. 26.15 .na naoi dtuatha
(of the Maguire country at Lough Erne), 28.19 . Note also:
crioch ┐ torann Ereann ... o thá cuicceadh co tuaith, ó
thuaith co baile, FM i 116.z .a t[h]āthóir na dtuath, ML²
1288 .is ionann tuath ┐ tighearnas, Keat. ii 214.y .
15 III Thestateas opposed to the church; thelaity;lay pro-
perty,secular buildings: dliged tuaithe i neclais ┐ dliged
necalsa i tuaith, Laws iii 32.5 .cach thuath co rig; cach
ri co na thuaith do cum necalsa co na gradaib, 26.13 .do
reir tuaithi ┐ eclaisi, AU i 546.8 .nī dlig sāire ... fhir gráid
20i tūaith nā i n-eclais, Ériu i 218.13 .etir tuáith`among the
lay-folk
,' Wb 28d31 ,cf. 25 , 27 .eiter tuaid, Mon. Tall.
153.28 .for óis tuaithe`to the laity,' Wb 16d7 .ond áes
tuaithe, 28b32 .muilend túathi`a mill of the laity' (opp.
to `muilend ecalsa'), Ériu ii 204.19 .menma re cill, cūl re
25tūaith, Arch. iii 306 § 9 .do na tuathaib ┐ do na cellaib,
PH 4188 .críoch Luighne ... | idir thuaith uile is eaglais,
TD 32.66 .ro creachadh ... eitir thuaith ┐ thearmann, FM
v 1682.11 .Cf. aes tuaithi ┐ daescarshlúag` heathens ,'
Lism.L. 4327.
30 Cf. do bhrígh gurab ar an tuaith áitighid a n-urmhór
` in the country ,' Keat. i 60.22 .
Frequ. in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.Cf.also:i mMruig
thuaithe, Thes. ii 263.37 .
Compds. ¤ bard:tuathbard, IT iii 5.10 .arachan tuatha
35tuathbhard, Ériu xiii 42.z . ¤ gnás:Cnoc T. co túath-gnáis
tig`fair resort of the people,' Met. Dinds. iii 370.63 . ¤ mag:
for tuathmaig na Temra`upon the plain-land of Tara,'
MS. Mat. 492.11 (or fortúaid- ?).Mugnai tuathmuig lethan,
LB 101.21 =Mugnai tuaith, mag lethan, Fél. Dec. 11 (n.loc.?). ¤ thír:dia tuaithtir rothinólsat(túaid- ?), SR 5748 .
Also in nn. pr.:oróit ar Tuathcharán, Thes. ii 287.8 .
Tuathgal, 286.23 . Other compds. treated separately.