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70 tairriachad,tairriachtad n uando,[m.] (cf. tairriachaid
and :comraiti nad comraite comraiti in bualad nad com-
raiti in toiriach i comraiti in druth, H.3.18,632a ( O'C.
1393 ), withtoiriach<to-air+fiach?Cf.the spelling
tair(r)fiachad infra).
75 Inciting,egging on,instigating:gl.turgaire, Laws iii
156.4 , 11 .Anoffencesimilar to but more serious than
dúscad: aithghin is é fiach in druith dia mbe fer duisce ┐
fer tairriachaidh ar áird, a trian ar fir duisce ┐ a da trian ar
fir tairriachaidh ; muna be acht fer tairriachaidh nama is
80aithgin fair a aénur, H.3.17 col. 265 ( O'Don. 344 ).Cf.
Laws iii 160.5 .do rine fer toirriachta a toirriachadh, 23 - 24
Comm. toirriachtad, 162.2 Comm. codnach toirrechda,
208.2 .druth toiriachta, v 142.23 Comm. fuil fearus druth
.i. o bias codnach oc a torriachadh`blood shed by a fool,
85i.e. when incited by an adult
,' 142.18 Comm. ni hicann fear
tairfiachaid in druith ni uair ni hicind in druth fein he who
incites a fool pays nothing, for the fool himself does not pay
,
H. 3. 18,288 ( O'C. 581 ).fer tarrfiachta in druith, Eg. 88,
19 (20)b ( O'C. 2260 ).

tairriachaid v ā incites,eggs on,instigates: is inand ┐ ro
5torrechdais mic`as if boys incited them,' Laws iii 202.10
Comm. Vn. tairriachad.

? tairridi n matain dia' t. ¤ notlaic steild`the day after
Epiphany
,' Mon. Tall. 138.32 (cf. Rule of Tall. 56 ).aidchi
t. ¤ notlaic steill, Mon. Tall. 138.35 . ?Cf. Cobthach dít huíb
10tarraige`C. of thy posterity,' Met. Dinds. iv 308.50 .

tairring xseetarraing.

tairrngech adj o, ā(tarraing) pulling,drawing .Of horses
restless,spirited(?) : each ... maignech t. ¤ , ZCP x 298.z .
LL 120a40 . 189a19 .do'n leighius tairringthech`attractive
15medicine
,' O'Don. Gramm. 359.16 .cuir neithi tairrgtecha
... arin nescoid, Rosa Ang. 212.11 .sgaball ... dluithmhín
thairnech pleasing(?), Rel. Celt. ii 262.10 .

táirrthechtain xseetárrachtain.

1 tairsce n[io?]some part of ashield,rim(?),cross-strap
20(?cf. 2 tairsce, Plummer MS. notes).sciath ... co mbil
chotut ... forsna talla ceartchosair ceithri ndrong ndeichen-
bair ... for a tharsciu tharlethair a shield with a hard rim
on whose `tairsce' of ... leather would fit your troops of ten
,
BDD² 812 ,cf. 1039 n. geilsciath ... ara thoilledh osa
25airdleabaidh teora ndrong ndeiceanmhoir fa tairsge uillionn
an oglaoigh, ZCP x 279.22 .slegha móra mileta for tairsceo
tar lethair a sceith, ITS v 14.23 . 16.2 .

2 tairsce n a form oftrespass . Likeruiriuda less serious form
thanfeisandairlim, for intairsce-trespass the cattle did
30not consume anything :ma do cuatar na hindilli tar aen
aircind, no tar da aircind, is eiric t. ¤ uadaib and ... ┐ ethait
ni ina feis ┐ ina n-airlím, ┐ noco nethait ní ina ruiriudh na
ina t. ¤ , Laws iv 138.8 - 12 Comm. tairsci tar fagh n-eserta,
O'Dav. 967. tarrsce dona, dul tar rod, dul tar abind na
35be snam doib, Laws iv 126.6 .atait dono tri tairrsce .i. t. ¤
tar rod, ┐ t. ¤ tar abhind, ┐ tairrsce tar comithach, 17 ff.
Comm. Oftrespassbybees: a dt. ¤ .i. im an gleith`their
t.-trespass,i.e.with respect to the feeding
,' 162.4 , 14 .taurrán
na t. ¤ taulberna tar róut, ZCP xii 366.19 .
40 Gramm. : thecasefollowing the prepositiontar: tar
fer a thairsci uathaid, Goid. 73.22 , `its trespassive,' Auraic.
1527 .tar firu no tar feraib a tharrsci ilair, 1787 .

tairsceinnid v(?to-air-sceinn—) overruns: Dál Musca ...
co tarscensat Mumain, LL 324b9 .

45 ? tairscélad x=taiscélad:is do tairrscelad foirne dodeachad,
BNnÉ 301.33 v.l.(thaisceladh, text).

? tairscorthe x a halgassa, a dāma, a tairchorthe, a t. ¤ , a
hōr etc.(of Ireland), Ériu iv 162.z .Cf. turchairthe.

tairsech ? nOrig.o,n. n p. tairrsighe, IGT Decl. ex. 1413 .
50 d p. tairsightibh, TBC 5606 - 7 (cf. Thurn. Hdb. § 279.2 .
IGT Decl. § 55 ). Latero,m.andā,f., IGT Decl. § 11 (54.24) .
§ 12 (61.6) .
(a) thresholdof adoor: t. ¤ .i. tairis astech tiagair, Corm. Y
1246 . hoc limen.t. ¤ , Ir. Gl. 1000 .adba ná ba t. ¤ tur`whose
55threshold is not dry
,' Met. Dinds. iii 376.16 .a fordorus
d'fionndruinne | is a tairrseach d'uma, SG 245.1 .tara
tairrsiuch an tighi, Lism. L. 1200 .coemda tairsig fri dorus
tighe .i. nó i lepaid a farrad tairsigi, O'Dav. 420. iter in
[dí] ursainn tis fon tairsich, 919 . (b) entrance,edge,boundary
60of cities, countries,etc.: ar tairsig na Teibe, TTebe 4086 .
scerdait a óicc fria t. ¤ (of Kells), Lism. L. 306.10 .tairrsech
darsa fuineann grían ... tarsech darsa turcbháill pardhus
Ádhaim, Ériu iv 140.16 .ní bhía gan tairrsigh an tír, IGT
Decl. ex. 505 .ar tairsigh Ifeirnn, DDána 37.38 .ar t. ¤
65Cuinn border , ML² 1116 . Inn. loc.:Caislen DromaTairsicch.
FM iii 328.z . (c) Transferred meanings :os cinn tairrsigi
na fuinneoigi window-sill , RC xix 128 n. 5 .bui-siumh
... ina boithiniu. Tairrsich bec uasa cind. Atcumaing a
cenn imon tairrsiuch cu mba marbh lintel (fordorus,v.l.),
70 Lism. L. xi 24 .ro meabaidh an ramh ... co ttorchair Ir
an táirsech tar a ais` thwart ,' Leb. Gab. 250.3 . Metaph. :
a leac thairsigh na troda(of a chief), DDána 92.45 .tair-
seach cogaidh chlann Míleadh, 75.15 .ag léim thairsigh
an tochuir`charging the battle front,' Aithd. D. 21.32 .
75?Maolfinne mac Mugroin mir | aicme Maoilfinne on
tairsigh, LL 394.45 .

1 tairsin x=tairgsin(1 taircsiu), IGT Decl. § 148.

2 tairsin n(—á—?) =taircsin(2 taircsiu).tairsin tairgsin(an
édaigh), IGT Decl. § 148 . overtaking,reaching;coming
80to an end: olcc a th. ¤ im gaes ṅgle | iar scaichsin a chétfaide
it was wrong to take advantage of him (?) in the matter of
clear wisdom after his senses had become enfeebled
(of Isaac
deceived by Jacob), SR 2903 .doluid Saúl ... fri t. ¤ Dauid
ifus (: āigsin, see Strachan, Verbal Syst. of SR 961 )to meet(?),
85 5959 .in dara hitche ... .i. trocaire Dé dia th. ¤ , LB 157a34 ,
cf. PH 6462 and Lib. Fl. i 36b2 , 40 .dá th. ¤ ná cuir do chois |
i muir áibhsigh an iomuis, Content. xxii 28 .o'tcondaic ...
Brutus ar t. ¤ in tṡaethair sin when he saw that B. had com-
pleted that work
(o tairnic ... forbtiughudh,v.l.), CCath. 1822 .