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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 .

tairsitiu n n,f. vn.of *do-airsem(to—air—od—sem—). flooding,
5 inundation: a tóla ┐ in t. ¤ , Pcr. 64a1 .nad batar ... niuil
di thursitin talman, Ériu ii 104.27 .Cf. dénum cretra
tursaite popail do linn the blessing of holy water for baptising
the congregation
(?), H.3.17 col. 655 ( O'Don. 920 ).

tairsitnech adj o, ā(tairsitiu) flooding,inundating: tursitnech
10gl.irriguus, Sg. 24a3 .

tairtbe xseetairdbe.

? tairtéit vprot. form <*to—air—téit:fear imerta fir araile
... contairteit do ta fich a gres who fights his battle on his
behalf
(?), H.3.18,149 ( O'C. 256 ).Cf. connach tarted a
15chomlonn do fich a gressa, Laws iv 348.z Comm.

tairthe -ch,-ige xseetorud,toirthech etc.

táirthechtain xseetárrachtain.

tairthiar xseetair.

tairthím n[?n,n.].vn.oftaortaim,q.v.(to—air—tuit—, KZ
20 xlvi 155 , Ped. ii 657 ).g s. tuirthime, O'Dav. 1516. toirr-
chim,ā,f., IGT Decl. § 13 (66.11) . Alsom.(withg s.=
n s.), § 113 . ?Cf. terthaim(: Cremthaind), YBL 125b20 .
(a)afalling asleep,fit of sleep,slumber, usually with foll.
qualifying gen.suainorcodalta: cotailsiu sin bic ... do
25thromthortim cotulta, LU 6310 = TBC 2466 .toilis a
thromth. ¤ fair, TBC 3289 .ro thuit a torrthaim suain ┐
cotalta forro, Acall. 3394 .ó tharla 'na shuaintoirchim
(sic leg.), Ériu i 18.28 . (b) sleep,slumber(without following
gen.): toirthim=codlad(B. na f.), ZCP viii 558 .tuirthim
30.i. tam, Lec. Gl. 425 .cen tomailt ┐ can toirt[h]im, ZCP
viii 102.14 .ach ach as tind ar toirrthimm, LB 105 marg.
inf. baoghal dá dtí an toirrthim`perilous if slumber come,'
Dán Dé xii 3 .guala Colmáin ... | na rob' toirchim dún
`may it not dull our devotion,' perh.leg. nar ob that never
35refused us rest
, Arch. Hib. iv 206 § 13 (in a list of relics).
tocbais an ti Ruadhan a toirrchim dhe (dhi, MS.) `R.
awoke her
' (Plummer MS. notes), BNnÉ 319 § 15 .ní thig
... toirrchim ar mo shuilibh, Buile Ṡ. 132.22 . Metaph.ar
thoirrthim Sléibhe Si-óin, Dán Dé xi 9 .Cf. toirrchim
40dheiridh an domhain, DDána 57.7 .tangadar isin sliabh
uile gan toirrthim without rest(?), ALC i 300.21 .
(c) numbness,stupor,death: in tsoilsi ... can t. ¤ ce[n] tur-
brúd, LU 2467 .dolluid iarum taurthim fair for a beola
`a numbness came upon his lips,' Ériu ii 222.30 =tolduid
45iarum taurtaim fair fora beolu`then a trance fell upon him
as he lay on his face
,' Mon. Tall. 155.15 .Ailech Néit ní
tréic tre th. ¤ Ailech Imchill`loses not through oblivion the
name of A.I.
', Met. Dinds. iv 106.68 .tuirthim .i. bas, ut
est cia dech rath saer rath le Féni ad tuirthime docum
50comarba .i. linad sét iar n-ecaib na flatha dochum na
comarba, O'Dav. 1516. taurthaim bass chele las mbi,
H.3.18,393a ( O'C. 875 ).atbath borg tromm Temra | la t. ¤
a flathe, Fél. Prol. 166 .torrthaim ┐ tupaist, Acall. 3307 ,
` accident ,' SG ii 186 .tenn ┐ toirrthim na tosga sin failure
55(of an expedition on an unpropitious day), ML² 1059.

tairthimech adj o, ā(tairthim) torpid,sleepy: an corp mall
toirrchimeach trom, Dán Dé xxix 4 .druim | re magh
dtoirrchimeach dtadhaill, DDána 57.19 .táinic M. ...
toisc toirtimech ... d'fios Í Briain`came on a most sorry ...
60journey
,' Caithr. Thoirrdh. 58.17 .

tairthiud n u,m.See Ped. ii 642 - 3 . ?pl. turtheta,turtheda,
LL 6b30 , 11b40 (scribal errors fortuirthechta, Ped.). ?tur-
theda, Comp. Con C. 12.23 .
Story,account,description: tairthíudh .i. sgéla, O'Cl.
65 tuirthed tuidechta Pátraicc ... dochum nErenn, Trip.²
188 , glossedadbar, Arch. iii 10.7 , `account,' Lism. L. 133 .
aslingi Medba ... ┐ turthed a himthechta(`die Ursache
thres Zuges
'), IT iii 492.2 .tuirrtigud bunaid na Troian,
BB 411b52 =turthiud, TTr. 41 .tairthugud ... in con, RC
70 xvi 53.8 .bid sain tuirthiud doib`different will be their
circumstances
' (some going to heaven and others to hell).
PH 3590 .atcuaid ... a th. ¤ dó, RC xx 50.7 .ro fiarfaigh do
Galafas tairthugud an cloidim ... ┐ dorigne G. sencus in
cloidim, D iv 2,79a3 .
75?tri bronaigh coirmthighe: fer dogni, fer dia ndentur,
fer teid dia tairthíudh minab saiteach, BB 66a51 =fer
ibes menip sáithech, Triads 94 .atchitis tuirthiud na rend
... immateighdis cach dia` course(?),' Ériu ii 98 § 2 .ba doich
dun beith allmarda do thairthed, IT ii2190.34 . Seetuir-
80thecht
.

tairthogu,—ugud xseeterthogu,turrtugud.

tairthuasacht n[ā,f.] (to—air—tóis—) listening to: nir étad
a th. ¤ , LL 375a52 .is luga ro lamhsat tirtuasacht a breithre,
CCath. 1788 ,v.l.

85 1 tais adj i cf.Stokes, Celt. Decl. p. 33. (a) damp,moist:
?im thuaim taiss, Met. Dinds. iii 366.3 .fo thalmain t. ¤
`under the damp earth,' 456.81 .secht tes teinedh talman t. ¤ ,
RC xxviii 314.21 .a seantruim th. ¤ talmhaidhe, Studies
1918, 281 § 12 .a Uilleag an airm th. ¤ `of the dripping
sword
,' Aithd. D. 40.25 .ar clochaibh fuara fíor-taisi,
5 BNnÉ 233.26 .
(b) soft,smooth . Frequ. of hair:fá' chéibh tt. ¤ , Mann.
and Cust. iii 154.y .a Aodh an fhuilt th. ¤ , Ir. Monthly,
1928, 607 § 6 .don bharrúrth. ¤ , TD 1.33 . Of other parts
of the body:a bhruinne bhánt. ¤ , TD 12.12 . Of places:
10 an learg th. ¤ , TD 11.5 .an tír thiormarsaidh th. ¤ , 17.20 .
Note also:cona cruas .i. narub t. ¤ (of grain paid as fine,
perh. moist ), Laws iv 94.16 Comm. don órchuanna thiorm-
ghlain th. ¤ (of the Cross), DDána 54.2 .Superl. taobh as
taise clúmh, DDána 8.6 .
15(c) gentle,kind,easy: le labhra t. ¤ , Content. xii 4 .bria-
tharth. ¤ , TD 41.17 .do ní t. ¤ don tighearna` softens ,' PBocht
19.5 .éag na gríbhe nár ghríbh t. ¤ `who was no tame griffin,'
Misc. Celt. Soc. 376.3 .t. ¤ re a thiorthachaibh, FM vi 2236.4 .
níor th. ¤ a ndéagsain don dáimh too much for the poets was
20that sight
, DDána 102.33 .ó Sliabh Cúa, ní turus t. ¤ | riccim,
Buile Ṡ. 120.13 .Superl. dreach ... ba thaise le fíorbhocht,
ITS iii 198.10 .
(d)Hence in unfavourable senseweak,feeble,spiritless,
timid: narbat timtheirc t. ¤ `forage mercilessly,' KMMisc.
25 262.1 .cen tíam-gestal t. ¤ `by no feeble forceless work,' Met.
Dinds. iii 260.15 .nír th. ¤ a treoir, BB 25a13 = Keat. i 170.y .
re Tadg na ttachur nemth. ¤ , ZCP xiii 19.15 .gen gor-th. ¤ da
eneoch though it was no diminishing of his reputation, TTebe
28 93.t. ¤ an tabhach unprofitable was the exaction(Maedóc
30gives fraudulent beggars their own clothes, which they
had hidden), BNnÉ 240 § 175 .a-támaid go t. ¤ | dár namhaid
`I am too complaisant with my foe,' PBocht 5.13 .gidh t. ¤
domh-sa`though I am loath(?),' Content. xxii 23 and note.
Various:ni taiss ar richt reim n-ellach | dar na tarla
35slicht slinned, LL 193b47 .chum aifrinn nach racha ... | ní
taise dho le halmsa he is just as bad about giving alms, Ó
Bruad. iii 182.7 .Cf.Dinneen.
Compds.sróll taisgreanta, IGT Decl. ex. 1227 .cnes
taisshlím`smooth soft skin,' O'Gr. Cat. 472.25.