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taball,tabaill n[?oandi] (Lat.tabella)n s. tabold, RC xiii
223.53 .tabhaill, Ir. Gl. 62 .a s. tabhuill, Lism. L. 3704 .
tauhull, RC xiii 223.46 (=taball, MS. Mat. 473 ).g s. tabhuill,
Fl. Earls 64.22 .d s. tabaill, Auraic. 1110 .a du. díthábaill ,
85 PH 1080 .in ditabald , RC xiii 223.52 .n p. taibli, Ériu
iv 138.29 .a p. taibli, RC xiii 223.51 .d p. tuiblib, Laws
iii 88.17 .taiblibh, LB 121a10 ( SR 4304 ). Auraic. 44 .
taidlib, PH 1020.
(a)a tabletfor writingon,waxed tablet: tabulae erant e
betulla arbore complanatae, quasOraiun(leg. Crainn)et
5 Taibhle Fileadh .i. Tabulas Philosophicas dicebant, O'Flah.
Ogyg. 233. tabhuill ciartha waxed tablet, Lism. L. 3704
(=ceraculum, V. SS. Hib. cxv , Reeves' Adamnán 358 ,
441 , 454 ).t. ¤ clochda, PH 6637 (the stones on which Moses
wrote,cf. SR 4304 ).tescaidh ... in tIbor bói os Baile ┐
10musgníit Taball Filidh de, MS. Mat. 473 = RC xiii 223.46 .
t. ¤ lecda, Ériu iv 138.29 .i taidlib lúadi, PH 1020 . See also
MS. Mat. 470 ,Todd,Trans. R.I.A.xxi pt. 3 . (b) a(n alpha-
betical)table(?) : arriachta n[a] aib[g]itri a n-aen-tabaill
`were invented on the one table,' Auraic. 1110 ,cf. 4230 , 4232 .
15(c) In composition withlorg>támlorg(Stokes, Acall.
Gloss. s.v. ) ? Note the formtaball-lorg(sic leg.) at Laws
iv infra . tablet-stone,sheafoftablets(in the form of a fan ,
MS. Mat. 470 - 1 ) : apparently of considerable size, as it
could be used to defend its owner against dogs ( ib. 471 ) ;
20 cf. Trip. 300 , where tablets are mistaken for swords, and :
conmidhither arm coir comadhuis cach duine ... taball-lorg
do filedhaibh, Laws iv 360.23 .scríbhthar [na scéla sin]
letsa i támlorguibh filed ┐ i mbriat[h]raibh ollaman, Acall.
300 .Cf. Carswell 18 , andtaibled,taiblide.
25? To this :taball` roof ,' P. O'C. corn dearg-óir ... | ... |
corn áluinn as aoibhne deoch | [tábhuill] ar [Saoir-ne] an
soidheach`this vessel is the pledge of our Creator,' A. Ó
Dálaigh ix 5 (see note).

táball n(Lat.tabella, ZCP xx 407 n. 5 , hence—ă—? But—á—
30frequently in MSS., seeinfra. thábaill: rámaind, Met.
Dinds. iii 258.31 , but perh.leg. Ramaind, see note. táibhle:
áirmhe, IGT Decl. ex. 1385 .laeidhengaib ∴tháballaib ,
ex. 374 . ttábuille: tánuise, ex. 603 ).ā,f. a s. tabaill,
LU 5584 .tábaill, Met. Dinds. iii 124.49 .g s. táible, LB
35 159a29 . IGT Decl. ex. 1385 .ttábhuile, ex. 603 .d s.
tábaill, LU 5091 .n p. taibli, TBC 4956 (?). TTebe 1400 .
a p. gantablanna (?), ZCP vii 268 § 3 .g p. taball,tabull,
CCath. 3151. 5658 . St. Ercuil 1481 .d p. táblib, LL 290a10
= RC xiii 448.19 .taiblib, TTebe 3088 . CCath. 5860 .
40 taidblib, St. Ercuil 1544 .tháballaib, IGT Decl. ex. 374 .
(?) Alsoo,m. g s. -ill, IGT Decl. § 11 (54.9) .d s. natháball ,
ex. 372 .[i]nathabhull , CCath. 2177.
Asling (perh. with wooden handle, see ZCP xix 306 - 7 ),
weaponforthrowingamissile: dobert mell luaidhi [i]na
45thabhull, CCath. 2177 .focheird-seom cloich asa thábaill,
LU 5091 .dobretha cloich assa thabaill furri, TBC 1460 .
gabais tabaill dóib, LU 5584 .ata ...... urchar táible on
inad sin cusin mbruach, LB 159a29 .snaidhm díamhair
ar tháobh na táibhle, IGT Decl. ex. 1385 .slógh Liag ina
50laeidhengaib | do lón tiad ar tháballaib, ex. 374 .
? Also to this :cáor na tháball do tógbhad, IGT Decl.
ex. 372 .tábhuill cáoire duinne a dorn, ex. 2001 .cáor
theineadh do thábhuilli, ex. 2003 .

tabart(h)ae adj io, iā part.ofdo-beir. (a) given: amal in
55 tabarthi gl.legis ut a deo datae, Ml 25b12 . (b) putative,
illegitimate(of children) : mac tabarta do .i. Dunadach,
Lec. 430cy .a Mhuire, ní mac tabartha dheit Dia, Dán
Dé xxviii 10 . Assubst.? :ná déna dúntabarta| a íngen
mhín mhas, SG 215.7 .Cf. tabart(h)as (c).

60 tabart(h)ach adj o, ā(1 tabairt) liberal,generous,bounteous:
taburtach, grádmargl.largus, amans, O'Gr. Cat. 238.24.
Generally of persons :Fergal tabertach, MacCarthy 428.24 .
Domnall dubartach tabartach, Anecd. ii 65. 2 v.l. fear
tiodhlaictheach tabhartach, FM iv 704.7 .cuingidh ......
65tabharthach, Hy Maine 138.10 . ?ní bá rabhartaigh 'na
tír | munba tabhartaigh a cháin, ZCP x 34.12 .glac thabhar-
tach um cheann gcruidh`a generous hand in bestowing
cattle
,' TD 31.1 . Of land :magh treab tabartach toire
tuathail, IT iii 88.16 . Assubst. [ár]tabartachsaer sluagach,
70 SG 150.29 .

tabart(h)aid n i(from1 tabairton analogy of Lat.dativus)
thedative case: n s. tobarthaid, Ml 122a16 . tobarthidag
tinnlocud, Auraic. 4753 .a s. nach dú immurgu inimfogni
fri foxlid nó fritobarthiddano is do digail teit hísuidiu,
75 Ml 27c10 .g s. i forgnuistobartada┐ foxlan`in the form of
dative and ablative
,' Auraic. 1645 . ?a ndelb tobartacha ┐
foxlacha, 1647 .d s. is iphin immorro inathobartaid┐ ina
foxlaid, Auraic. 1677 (togartaid, 4856 ).n p. atobarthidi
in .i., Sg. 200a14 .

80 tabart(h)as n o,m.(1 tabairt). IGT Decl. § 38 (88.2) . (a)
agift,grant,donation: tria thabartus almsaine, PH 6085 .
cco ffuair onóir ┐ airmhidin, tiodhlaicthe ┐ tabhartais,
FM v 1334.7 .o athair na soillsedh tig an uile thaphartas
romhaith, Mac Aingil 12.13 .d'iarraidh tabhartais air,
85 Keat. i 58.7 .tabhartais donatas, TSh. 4637 .tabhartus do
neithib ceudfuighthe` offering ,' Donl. 420.16 .
(b) In legal sense (see1 tabairt). (i) gift: mar nach diles
in tabartas no in tidnacul do beir neich dá thoil féin uadha
gan ní na haghaigh, H.3.17 col. 434 ( O'D. 541 ). (ii) right of
gift, ofconveyance(?), hencepower,control over: co tuc
5Lochlann mac Namara mar solathur tobartus ar enach do
tSean do letligh, ┐ cin cor dligh sé sin d'iarra follus er tobar-
tus sin, Eg. 90 fol. 7, 1b ( O'D. 1960 ).da nabradís co mbeth
cairt no tobartas ó cláinn uilliam occu ... ┐ da ndecha tobar-
tus do clainn uilliam, 2a ( O'D. 1962 ).ag tabairt ár tabartais
10fein agus ár seilbi agus ár ngill do Seaan o Mulconaire
`[power of] gift,' O'Gr. Cat. 156.17. ?is ádhbal bhúr ttábh-
arthus ┐ is cian bhur saoirse ó uaislibh Éirionn, CF Eg. 120 .
doberim taburtus duid orum fēin cona fuil agam do maithus
command over myself, ZCP vi 39.25 .
15(c)mac tabartais a natural son, Hy Fiachr. 418.11 .'n-a
gcloinn tabharthais a-táid`as false children' (of monks
whose discipline has relaxed), Ir. Monthly 1930, 152 § 28 .