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1 taithigid,taithige,tathaige(-aid). tathaigid,taithigid
60 f.,g s. -ghthe, IGT Decl. § 150. 3 - 4 .vn.of *do-aithigi.
See TBFr. Gloss.
(a) visiting,visit: luamaire ... bai ic tathaide Erenn
(Manannán), BB 258a50 .mórda tathigthe`haughty when
visited
,' Tec. Corm. 16.4 .mo dūilem dom thaithigi, Ériu
65 ii 56 § 12 .fri tathigid chucumsa, RC xxv 35.15 .tathaighe
suirghe, ML 12.21 .robudh thigernas gan taithighe being
a lord and not receiving visits
(an impossibility), ML² 1410 .
trī mailgi ... ag tathaighidh ar na glenn-s[h]ūilib, 1588 .
do bhi se dhá thaithighe re deuósion mór(of a church),
70 O'Hussey T.C. 263.8. lucht a nemthathaidhi`those who
have not been there
,' Fl. Earls 158.y .g s.as attrib. :fer
taithigti messenger , Laws i 190.19 Comm. Cf. baoí giolla
... ag tathaighidhe chuca ┐ uadhaibh, FM vi 1914.2 .amus
tathuighe ... beiridh a eocha amach` groom ,' Laws ii 24.19
75Comm.
(b) frequenting,resorting to: set in Spirda Noeb ...
fri tathigeid, SR 4420 .do rála ... dá mucaidh ... ic tath-
aighi na tulcha sin, BR 28.13 .tráig théit i dtathuigid
`along which there is a general right of way,' O'Gr. Cat. 456.15.
80 ní ro ansat lucht an bhaile do thathaighidh an tan sin,
FM vi 1916.2 .do bhádar na slighthe gan tathuighe, Judges
v 6.
(c) consorting with(in sexual sense) ; fer tathaighe cen
urgnam, Laws ii 356.8 .lanamnas fir tathigthe, 396.28 .
85 do bi scolairi ... ag tathaige ar mnai an clerich, BCC 112.17 .
(d) practising,observing: o thathaighe arm, ML 130.14 .
is gnáth ... il-cheóla dá dtathaighidh, TSh. 10919 .tathaighe
an chraois`the habit of intemperance,' Ó Bruad. i 48 § 47 .
Frequent of religious observance:tathaighe na trath,
BNnÉ 311.14 .ni hiomchubhaidh do thuatadhaibh a
5thathaigheadh(of the Scriptures), Luc. Fid. 25.17 .na
sacramuinte do thathaighe, Donl. 182.24 .taithighe na
mídheamhna`the exercise of meditation', 468.y .
Various:ben tathaige na mbō, ZCP iv 45.24 (other
MSS. have finite form, see TBFr. 395 ).ni raibi riamh ó
10sin amach ... gan bronngalar ┐ gan tataige amac ar mince
vomiting(?),diarrhoea(?), TBC 2255 , see p. 305 n. 6 .

2 taithigid v g(*do-aithigi,1 taithigid) frequents,practices:
rí ní taitheocha i dTemraig | d'éis mharbta mhic Toirdel-
baig, Caithr. Thoirdh. 48.9 .locht riamh nár thathaigh do
15thaom`practised no evil course,' PBocht 27.16 .mairg
fear don tigh nach taithigh, Aithd. D. 88.22 .
Vn. cona fétait treointathugudocco, Acall. 5128 note .

taithigín n great figwort: tathaigín toidhbhseach, ZCP v 213.
342 , see p. 409 (taithigín, Midnight Courted. Foley342 ).
20Dinneen.

taithír xand derivv. seetathaír,etc.

taithlech, O. Ir.taidlech n o,n. (a) atonement(for sin),
penitence: a taidlechgl.ut peccatís satisfactionem possit
adhibere, Ml 23a3 .a caintaidlechgl.idoneam satisfactionem,
25 32b22 .g s. intaidlich , 23a9 .d s. ho chaintaidliuch gl.con-
fessionis satisfactione, 32a24 .flaith ... cen t. ¤ a kingdom
where there is no (need for) atonement
, LU 2295 (FA).
cóemdae t. ¤ , Fél. Sept. 19 (but glossed.i. sithughadh, see
(b)).égaine gan taithleach ... do na pecdachaib lamentation
30which was no atonement
(? or to (b)which could not be soothed).
RC xxiv 382.30 .Cf. aithrighi cen t. ¤ , YBL 86a36 .nī
gēbt[h]ar t. ¤ nach tan, ZCP x 51.29 .immaicse taithlig
`ever ready for an excuse,' Tec. Corm. 16.24 . With verbs
(gen. of going and coming) and prepp. :cinnead ... nach
35teit t. ¤ for which there is no atonement, SG 55.32 .nochar
gein díob én nduine | lem bud h-aithrech ... | beith tré th. ¤
is tig sin through submission(?), 351.27 .mé mac in ríg nach
ria ad tech | go bráth nocha bía ar t. ¤ , Duan. Finn i 31 § 13 .
an [uair] (sic leg.) tháinig ar taithleach when he repented,
40 Dán Dé xx 29 .an focal ... | is mairg nach téit 'n-a thaith-
leach, DDána 57.9 . ?Cf. mad dia nostísed t. ¤ , ZCP viii
217 § 3.
(b) pacifying,placating,peace: t. ¤ .i. sídh, Thr. Ir. Gl.
136.25 .t. ¤ .i. sídhugud, O'Dav. 1582. taithleach .i. ceannsa,
45no sith, O'Cl.taithleach na n-each, Ériu i 100.23 .ní thicfa
t. ¤ do'n dáil | budh aithrech a n-imarbáig, SG 70.12 .taith-
leach teagmhála, IGT Decl. ex. 17 .aran saoghal gan t. ¤
`the unquiet world,' BNnÉ 140.18 .ritsa ni dingen t. ¤ , Duan.
Finn i 61 § 61 .tothlaigh taithleach ar an uan`beg the
50Lamb ... to be appeased
,' Ó Bruad. i 6 § 13.
Sense not clear in :bud aithrech | in baes ni tain t. ¤ ,
LL 149a39 .grinne cen t. ¤ , Anecd. i 71 § 184.
Asn.pr.:Taithleach mac Cindfhaelad, Lism. L. 4843 .
T. ¤ .h. Eghro, CS 334.13 .

55 taithlechas n o,m.=taithlech:an tráth do choirigh P. í,
ní taithleachas dorinne she did not seek to excuse herself,
Keat. i 160.51 .

? taithme nFrequent asv.l.totaichme(q.v.) in Met. Dinds.
Perh. by-form oftaithmet memory,commemorating .

60 taithmech n o,n.O. Ir.taidbech.vn.ofdo-aithbig.thaim-
niuch(d s.), PH 6162 . Seetaifnech.
(a)In Lawsdissolving,annulling,invalidatingabargain
orcontract: nad cumaic nach breithem ... do taithbiuch
nach ni fogeba i Senchus mor, i 18.2 ..vii. nuasal churu
65nadat asu do thaithbiuch, iv 210.1 .taithmeach n-udburta
`revoking grants,' v 450.14 .do th. ¤ diuburta`for the purpose
of breaking a fraudulent bargain
,' v 210.11 Comm. a comir-
labradh fir in taithmigh .i. in bretheman, H.3.18,232a
( O'C. 425 ).im sent. ¤ `for old expired contracts,' Laws i
70192.18 Comm. amrigain ... conach cóir do rig ... a t. ¤ as
coir` divorce ' (but perh. refers to the analysis of the word
amrígain, see (c)), i 42.1 Comm. Note also :cotach cen t. ¤ ,
SG 377.8 .noberad breatha fíru ... ┐ ní chaemsadis filid ┐
breitheamain ... a t. ¤ , Ériu v 20.9 .taithmeach .i. dileagad
75(MS.dligead), Lec. Gl. 284.
(b) loosing,releasing,undoing: taithmheach gach
scaoilidh go scéimh, Metr. Gl. 30 § 54 .taithmheach .i.
sgaoileadh, O'Cl.a th. ¤ ... ó chúibrigib cinad(of the soul),
PH 5993 .oc taithbiuch a fuilt, BDD² 18 .dogní ... taith-
80meach in claidib takes off the hilt of the sword, IT iii 200.18 .
fri t. ¤ a long unmoor , TTr.² 503 .gredan ... na cetri ngoeth
... ac taitmech a mimosclund, Cog. 178.z . (c)Of words
analysis,explanation: fri taidbech in chomsuidigthi in
analysing a compound
, Sg. 202b3 .triath .i. rī, tīr-sīth a t. ¤ ,
85 Corm. Y 1202 .taithmech (sic leg.) masgail ┐ feimin, Auraic.
3439 .triana n-inde taithmeach(leg.as compd. ?) `through
analysing their meaning
,' 1319 (cf. RC xx 250.5 , Laws i 32.3 ,
Lec. Gl. 281 , Arch. iii 248.9 ).aibghitear sunn feibh as
teachta a thaithmheach, IGT Introd. § 1. 1 . (d) breaking
down,destroying: ac t. ¤ na cathrach, LU 2794 .ag taith-
5mheach an tuir, Hy Fiachr. 20.y . Perh. also :uingi d'airget
a t. ¤ and, Laws iv 86.13 Comm. (of damage to fences,etc.by
trespassing cattle,cf. ib. 20 ).
(e) Various :taithbech carat separating of friends, Ériu
vii 160.21 v.l.= ZCP iii 26.17 .taithbech formait stirring
10up envy
, Ériu vii 162.11 .taithbech ndebtha, 164.15 (see
p. 186 ).álad oengae leis ac techt i n-duni ┐ tríchu farrindi
ri t. ¤ (thegae bolga), TBC 3875 .t. ¤ na trath observing(? ),
ZCP viii 214.32 .is luaimneach mo menma ... ac taith-
meach sechnón na hElga` wanders ,' O'Gr. Cat. 120.4.
15 mo ailithri ... cen nach taithbech | hi cráes curaich, Anecd.
i 63 § 109 .nican senchas sena tarrachtain taithbech
rudartha, LB 101 marg. inf.