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tubaid v(tuba) (a) touches,causestotouchorcome in contact
60with: co r-gabus bend etaig Ísu, ┐ ro-thumas frim he, PH
2793 .dar thum a bhos san bhratach, Rel. Celt. ii 292.23
(tummaid?).ar rochtain an chairthe dóibh, do thubhadar
a n-éadaighe uile fris, ┐ do rinneadh sgárlóid díobh, GJ
xix 102.34 (see note). ?atamtasa formach ruisc | fégi ni
65thuband rá ni | in oen and dar lium sa do | na do indar
lium sa tri, LB 89 marg. inf.
(b) reproaches,accuses,imputes: tubhtar .i. cinnter,ut est.
Atait teora ailche fris benar ... cach moladh .i. a tri ata
urderca no ata tairismech fris tubenar .i. is friu tubhair,
70 O'C. 79 ( H. 3.18,61b ). ?mas iar na ecc ra tubait ris,
cach set irraibi lan do ina beathaidh, is a leth do iar
na éccaibh, O'Don. 2311 ( Rawl. B 506,31c ).gabais toirsi,
┐ tuba a ainim fris in rig`reproached the king with
his blemish
,' Laws i 74.1 Comm. (leg. tubais?).feib rostub
75a dag-fher`reproached her,' Met. Dinds. iii 368.39 .na
rothubtís amirsig friu fuil ... duine do chathium, Todd
Lect. vi 19.10 .cach olcc ... do fhitir ar cach fer ... ro
thubh ina aghaid, Acall. 4965 .rothubh ri Hua-Figennte
frind`has opposed us,' Lism.L. 2255 (Mac T. had objected
80to Senán's living in his country).ris nar tubhadh ní budh
náir, PBocht 13.24 .an triath nar tubhadh, DDána 35.6 .
?lamh nár tughadh(`hand that fails not'), Rel. Celt. ii 264.11 .
?d'ulc na sgél tubhadh treabhthach, L.Cl.A. Buidhe 254.63 .
Vn. tubad(seetuba) (a)tubadh sloig fo mendad`the
85attack of a host upon the house
,' Laws i 266.20 =turbad,
O'Don. 134 ( H. 3. 17,col. 112 ).cuiris a chletín curad |
trem cholainn don chéttubadh at the first thrust, Anecd. i
37 § 99 v.l. (b)beith glan gan locht do dligfi duine ag
tubadh uilc fri raile=criminosus criminosum accusare non
potest, O'C. 675 ( H. 3.18,329 ) = O'Don. 543 ( H. 3. 17,col.
5435 ).t. ¤ n-ainme, Laws v 234.12 Comm. iar ttubhadh
dóibhsiumh a neccraitis ┐ a nanffolaidh fris having reproached
him with hostility to them
, FM v 1618.5 . ?cach rūn co t. ¤
`every knowledge with proof,' ZCP xvii 58 § 72 = Arch. iii
228 § 72 (seetuba (e)).
10See also undertomaid.

tubaist(e) n f.(?) (Mid. Engl.tempeste, Gadelica 289 ). Also
tubais,tiobuist(e) accident,mishap,misfortune,disaster:
turbhaidh .i. urbaidh no tubaisde, O'Cl.ní thernoba gan
tuitim sa tubaisti sin do sil Adhaimh acht tusu, BB 22a17 .
15 noco tainic torrthaim ┐ tupaist chuice, Acall. 3307 .tan-
catar ... can tubaist dia tigibh, ALC ii 104.10 .ri is mo
fuair do thubaisib ina rigi, Ann. Conn. 1224.2 .taom
tubuisde, DDána 86.10 .is truagh ín tubais damsa do
geínemhain bhuaim, Études Celt. i 79.28 .tarla tubaist
20mhór do L., Atlantis iv 116.6 .ní bhí an tubaist acht mar
a mbí an spréidh`misfortune exists only where there is wealth,'
Keat. iii 1135 .gach tiobaist dár imig ar Éire, ZCP v 214.366
(Midn. Court).ni féidir tiobuisde ... is mó do theagmháil
d'a gcloinn, Donl. 336.z .folchadh tubaisde a mbéil féin
25íad, Ps. cxl 9 . ?fágaibh adhad tubháise, Cath MT 1444 .
Cf. timpiste.

tubais(t)ech adj o, ā(tubaiste). Alsotiobaistech. accidental
,
unfortunate,unlucky: D. ... dfhagail bháis tupusdig, ALC
ii 226.23 .Coss Risderd a Burcc do brised ... ┐ a ecc de sin
30co tubaisech, Ann. Conn. 1409.5 .Grigoir ... do marbad co
tubuisech d'oenbuille gai, 1400.8 . =tubaistech, ALC ii
90.10 .an turchar tupaisdech ler thuit morbhar G., Rel.
Celt. ii 194.13 .dorignetar a sráighled go ... t. ¤ ` deplorably ,'
Caithr. Thoirdh. 56.26 .do damnuigheadh é go tubuisdeach,
35 Donl. 332.21 .air aththuitim thiobuisdigh`fatal relapses,'
306.8 .

? tubron n fasting: t. ¤ .i. trosgad,ut esttre cacht tre t. ¤ Nó
tuath i tredhan tubron, O'Dav. 1545. tobron .i. troscad
doibh i ndun righ, no dono allann do dhagh-daoinebh, no
40do dag-gnimaib, O'C. 476 ( H. 3.18,248 ). =dobrón?

1 tuc n bone: nipu th. ¤ conid(leg. co n-íth, note)árfus`it
was not a `bone with grease' remaining
,' gl.quod superfuit
illís fragmentorum coffíni xii.( Luke ix 16 ), Thes. i 495.4 .
Seetec.hi tul a scéith ... | rothimsaig t. ¤ in maccóim
45` bone,carcase?' (Gloss.), Met. Dinds. iii 128.14 .t. ¤ .i. tec
.i. cnaimh, O'Cl.

? 2 tuc ind t. ¤ ndein(cheville), SR 5339.

tucáil n(—ú—?) [f.] (Engl. loanwd.) tucking,fulling: i muileann
túcála, Content. xxii 17 n. 4 .

50 tucait n ī,f.(to—acc—, see Ped. ii 48 ). cause,reason: (a)
`tugaid' adhbhar a dhenmha, Met. Gl. 26 § 27 .tuccaid .i.
adhbhar, O'Cl. = Lec. Gl. 9 .Cf. t. ¤ .i. cosmailiuss, O'C.
1463 ( H. 3.18,650b ).t. ¤ gl.causa, Ml 58c13 .t. ¤ immorro
fo dera(of the occasion of the writing of a book), Fél. 2.23 .
55 t. ¤ lānfiachach`Verschuldung (des Todes),' ZCP xv 350.6 .
do cinta tucaite annso instigation(?), O'Don. 577 ( H. 3. 17,
col. 443 ) = O'C. 2260 ( Eg. 88,19 (20)b ).ceithri anmand
cinath conlat ar diuit: t. ¤ , ag, acais, etgid, O'Mulc. 456 .
Cf. is e cuit na tugaiti gach neich dibsin`the underlying
60ground, the common character of all these cases
' (Plummer
MS. notes), O'C. 1763 ( 23 Q 6,36a ).cuis nétens (=nitens),
in tugait taithneamach, O'Dav. 552. t. ¤ , ar rochtain ríchid
dó féin(Amra Choluim Chille), LU 296 .caide loc ┐ aimsear
┐ perso ┐ tugait din Gaedelg ? Auraic. 36 .cén nách tuccait
65itir acht do gaitt a n-athardha foraibh, FM vi 1998.y .
(b) With follg. clause introduced by prep. Withar:
trí tucaite ... ara tanic C. ... i nHérind, LU 297 .cia t. ¤ ara
n-ebarar bérla tebige ? Arch. iii 247.5 .cethri tucaite ara
tiaghar do chrois, ZCP v 498.16 .Cf. conid ar in t. ¤ sin
70rachúaid in rigan ... dochum in denna, TTr. 1025 . With
fri:titulus de fursandvd na tucaiti ... frisa rochet in psalmb,
Hib. Min. 268 . Withó:nicon gainedar ní ó thucidib
écsamlib`by unlike causes,' Acr. 12b1 . Withtre:tucaitt
tresa ttangattar na hairrdhena, Buile S. 2.4 .
75(c) With follg. gen. (usually of vn.):is é ... tuccait a
dénma(of a hymn), Thes. ii 298.27 .t. ¤ innarba na nDessi,
LU 4335 .a tucaid sgrībinn the cause of writing it, Arch.
iii 3.6 .t. ¤ fhagbála in fesa do Finn, RC vi 191.3 .t. ¤ catha
Muige Rath, MR 86.7 . With vn. construction:is sí t. ¤
80in charpaitt do breith co F., Trip.² 2857.
(d) In phrasear th. ¤ for reasons of,for the sake of: ciped
dognem ar th. ¤ ... molta ho duinib, Ériu vii 174.1 .acht na
ndenaid min-ughdair ... ar th. ¤ a nderscnaighthi seach na
n-ughdaru toisseacha`as a means of distinguishing them-
85selves
,' Auraic. 58 .co tuc in file `be' fris ar t. ¤ mbinniusa
(insertion of b in wordgabar)for reasons of euphony, 634 .
ar thuccait onóra dona rioghaibh ind sin(the giving of the
name Pharaoh), Leb. Gab. 228.15 .