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talam n n,m. n s. int huilet. ¤ , Ml 69d3 .a d s. talmain, Wb 33d4 .
70 Ml 113c2 . 115b14 . 131b4 . SR 2020 . Thes. ii 353.8 .talam,
Wb 21d4 . Ml 45d13 . 68c4 .g s. intalman , Ml 51c24 .a du.
talmain, Corm. Y 516 .n p. talmanna, ML² 1581 .a p.
talmana, Ml 81c14 .g p. talman, Ml 40d16 .d p. talmanib,
69a10 . See IGT Decl. § 19 . In Early Mod. Ir. also with
75varying gender and inflection. Asn,f.:g s. natalmhan ,
DDána 3.8 . TSh. 186 .Cf. natalmha(: Torna), Content.
xvi 200 . Aso,m.:g s. antalaimh , TD 11.12 .tailimh,
ITS xxiv 128.11 .g p. talam, Maund. 72 . IGT Decl. § 17 .
n s. taladh, TBC p. 135 n. 11 .g s. thalaidh, Maguires of F.
80 31.12 .a p. talta, Mac Aingil 350.10 .Cf. Corp. Astron.
50.24 , 88.9 .n s. talman(m.), De Contemptu s.v.
I the earth in geographical sense. (a)theearth, theworld:
int uile comthirchomraccsanctorumhi t. ¤ , Wb 7c8 .in nule
cuaird in talman, Ml 25a8 .hi fudumnaib talman, 40d16 .
85 aesca bís ... os t. ¤ , Bcr. 33b1 .i nelluch in talman, Thes. ii
5.32 .tairismige t[h]alman`stability of earth,' 356.3 .ri
dorigne ... t. ¤ , SR 315 .ríg talman`earthly kings,' Fél.
Prol. 245 .manid t. ¤ imid-rae, BDD² 501 .in t. ¤ condascara
ná inné búadrugud mo meic-sea ... for Táin bó Cualnge?,
TBC 4690 .Adam ... mac in talman nóim, PH 2023 .for
5talmuin .i. for talamuin for main dolomartaig in talmun,
Laws v 14. 1 , 6 Comm. nāch bīad a dīn for talmain he
would have no protection on earth
, ZCP viii 114.z .clár ... an
talmhan, TD 7.37 .os fheruib in talman, St. Ercuil 499 .
sealbh na talmhan, Matth. v 5. (b) earthas opposed to
10heaven: ar indocbáil talman`earthly glory,' Wb 23d21 .
eter muntir nime et talman, 26d5 . Ml 106a3 . 119d9 . Thes.
i 484.7 .rosōera mo chorp for talmain | ronóeba m'anmain
for nem, ii 353.8 .Ísu Crist ... slaníccid nime ┐ talman,
PH 2981. (c) country,territory: inna ndoine robatar isnaib
15talmanib sin, Ml 69a10 .mairg talamh dár thighearna,
TD 32.42 .ca talamh duit?, 38.1 .isin T. ¤ naomtha`the
Holy Land
,' ALC i 468.1 . (d) Hence in phr.tír ┐ t. ¤ (cf.
W.tir a dayar):di thírett. ¤ ná ní sin, Wb 9b19 .oc scarad
fri Temraig .i. fría tír ┐ fria talmain co bráth, LU 4386 .
20 óna thír ┐ óna thalamh féin, TSh. 2738.
II earth,groundas distinct fromairandwater(in this
sense occasionally inpl. ). (a)In general sense ofearth,
ground,soil: far samailsi fri talmain, Wb 33d4 .ni mesa
indas t. ¤ for tiresigl.terram quae est sicut vestra terra, Ml
25 34a5 .t. ¤ tíre tairngeri, 118d22 .trí indlach inna talman
nisin`through the cleaving of those earths' (earthquake),
40d16 .forsna talmana cobsaidi`on the firm lands,' 81c14 .
lubai in talman, SR 1568 - 9 .lamcur doib(stakes)co nach
urfaema in t. ¤ , Laws iv 112.12 .fóid in talman, RC xxiii
30414 § 26. maidm talman ... ina faiche`a chasm ... in his
green
,' Laws iii 254.19 Comm. maidhm talmhan` earth-
quake ,' Keat. iii 2400 .a n-īslib ┐ a n-etrigib na talman,
ML² 37 .saididh ... an cuailli ... cu raghaibh t. ¤ `took root,'
Lism. L. 2385 .talta tiorma clochacha dry, stony soils,
35 Corp. Astron. 50.24 .is talamh naomhtha, Ex. iii 5 .
(b)theearthas enveloping medium: as in t. ¤ fessin,
Ml 45d13 .fó thalmain, TBC 614 . Hencetech talman an
underground chamber,cellar: co seotu is tech talman, SR
3196 .na tairclasa ┐ na tigi talmun, BB 238b2 .airdlestair
40┐ tighi talman, ML² 81 .a n-uaim thalman, St. Ercuil
1811 .Hence alsothe earthconsidered asburial-place,
the grave: asréracht ... | Ísu a brú thalman, Fél. March
27 .i lepaidh talman, ZCP vi 264 § 1 .tabhair [ar] ndal i
dtalmhain | neamh dom anmhain, A. Ó Dálaigh xxiii 11.
45 no go bhfilligh tú chum na talmhan, Gen. iii 19. (c) the
earthas asurface,crust: cach luib ... ticc tria thalmain,
SR 1926 .riasiú táirset t. ¤ BDD² 943 .do tuit ceathruímthe
frisin for talmain one fourth of it(the fine) lapses, is
annulled
(?), Laws iv 126.21 Comm. do thalmain caithid
50a cuid they eat off the ground, Maund. 39 .fri lár talman,
LU 8379 (FB).clār talman, ML² 1375 . Frequently in
phr.co talmain to the ground,down: fer co talmain every
inch a man
, TBC 5322 .cor bris gach oirbi ... co talmuin,
RC xviii 151.3 .rug dorn tréinfhir go talamh`brought a
55strong man's hand to the ground
,' TD 10.18 .guna co talmain,
St. Ercuil 2137 .o mulluch co talmin, Mon. Tall. 157.11 .
cen rochtain co talmain, cen éirghi ar uachtar shaili the
bottom of the sea
, Lism. L. 3771 . Also withfo:tuc mór
slúag fo thalmain laid low, ScM.² 24.z .bhar bhfuil | ná
60léigeann tréan fá thalmhain, Content. xxix 10. (d) the
earthin explicit antithesis toskyandwater: a muirib ┐
aeraib ┐ talmandaib, Ériu ii 136 § 118 .connar cungain
nem nó talmain, LU 8533 (FB).nem úasaind ┐ talam
ísaind ┐ muir immuind, TBC 5974. (e)Hencedry land:
65 dus in fagbad ... | talmain(the dove sent by Noah), SR
2568 .tond fri talmain, LU 8617 (FB).ní fuil t. ¤ ann
(beyond Pillars of Hercules), St. Ercuil 1383.
III earthas a substance,clay: cona bi t. ¤ andgl.(argentum)
terrae purgatum, Ml 31c29 . ?dia tarat Dia tinfed ṅglan |
70dochum do chuirp i t. ¤ , SR 1790 .do delbais in taeb sa
... | do thalmain, Arch. iii 242 § 7 .ón thruaill talmhansa
`this body of clay,' Dán Dé xvi 12.
Various:etarche ... .i. etartalamh .i. talamh is īsliu eter
dā talmain ardae .i. eter dā imaire, Corm. Y 516 .a T. uas
75talmannaib(God), Ir. Lit. 2.21 .Of theVirgin Mary:
talamh í as airde ná neamh, DDána 46.57 `a creation higher
than Heaven is she
,' Ir. Monthly 1928, 268 ógh ... dar
bh'ainm naomhthalamh ós nimh, DDána 49.6 . ?corop ech
bas t. ¤ tíre | alad úane`a horse of land' (reward for poem),
80 MS. Mat. 489.20 ( LL 45b23 = Rawl. 85b44 ).
Compds. ¤ chrith earthquake: mar thrasgarthar an teach
... lé talaimh-chrioth, TSh. 9137 . ¤ chumscugud earth-
quake: ro gab crith ┐ t. mór insi hErend, LU 9759 .trethan
┐ t. mor, TTebe 2932 .tromthorann ┐ talamhcumhsccu-
85ghadh, FM vi 2132.6 . ¤ gein:g s. intalamgeindi gl.terre-
genae, Ml 68c4 . ¤ minugud act ofpulverizing earth: Findoll
Caisirni .i. cisternaei ... .i. talamh-mhinugud, ar issé cét-
duine lér' tochladh talamh ar tús, Cóir Anm. 254 . ¤ nem
(dvandva) heaven and earth: tighearna ar talaimhneamh,
Aithd. D. 94.1 . ¤ thuinide:iat ina lighi ... re lar ... co
5ngabtais in talam-tuinide`they were taking hold of the site
of the earth
,' CCath. 6138.

talamnat n(for gender see Thurn. Hdb. § 273 )asmall piece
ofground:gl.terula, Sg. 48a14 .

talc,talcae xseetailc,tailce.

10 tálcend n o,m.Compd. of1 tálandcend` adze-head ' (ascici-
put, Ardm.(facs.)2b1 ). See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 141.
(a) pnAs nickname ofSt. Patrick: ticfa tailcend | tar muir
meircenn, Trip.² 338 .noco tóracht in T. ¤ , Ériu i 72.17 .
is e seo in tailcend, Thr. Hom. 42.3 .ó theacht an táilghinn,
15 Content. xv 66 .OfSt. Maedóc: a thailginn seimh, BNnÉ
228.11 . (b)acleric,priest: ticfat tailcind, conutsat ruama,
Trip.² 345 .dána tarsind talcind, PRIA 1895, 534 § 10 ( LU
9867 ).rosbia tailchinn (talcind, MS.)dar linn láin, SG
366.2 .nir tharba do thailgennaib triall a thegaisc, MR
20 166.16 .tailcenn (.i. toilginn) ... .i. an lucht o togbann cach
a cenn, na cleirig, Eg. 88,39d ( O'C. 2487 - 8 ) =in lucht da
tuluigfe cach a chinn ag slechtuin, H.3.17,col. 1 ( O'D. 2 ).
Compd. ¤ tech monastery(?) : conbeba éc ūatba fo tāil-
centaig .i. i nArd Macha i n-ailithre atbath clericus, ZCP
25 xii 232 § 42 .Cf. 233 § 44 .dofortbi tāilcentaig .i. termann
Aird Macha, 234 § 47 (?n. loc.).

talchaire n iā,f.(talchar) self-will,obstinacy,determination:
nī tabair ammus for nī acht a tholchaire a ōenur, Corm. Y
410 .trumma, toicthiu, t. ¤ , Triads 131 .ar treisi ar t. ¤ , FM
30 iii 568.x .

talchairecht n ā,f.(talchaire) determination,valour: re
treise ... ┐ re talcairecht, MR 268.4 .ar tresi ┐ ar talchui-
recht, ALC i 632.18 = Ann. Conn. 1340.8 .onchoin ... ar
talcairecht, Cog. 160.22 .

35 talchar adj o, āAlsotalchair(i-stem ?). Earliertolchar
(tol+car). (a)Originallyloving one's own will,selfish,
lustful: t. ¤ .i. tolcharthanach .i. grádhaighidh a thoil féin,
O'Cl.ní tabair Dia duit a connaigi, ol is trom leis ┐ is t. ¤ ┐
it móra na itgi, Trip. 112.29 .mad poc tolchar co lan-
40chartius feli`osculum illecebrosum,' Ériu vii 144 § 28.
(b)More usually in vaguer sense ofwilful,obstinate,
ruthless,violent,etc.Of persons: sé tailc t. ¤ , LU 8518 ( FB 37 ).
Nathí tolchar, RC xxiii 310 § 31 .na mborb tolchair, Arch.
iii 317 § 54 .Toax talchair, TTr. 1183 .fer ... talchair,
45 CCath. 349 .Ofbattles,attacks,etc.: fobairt trén tolchar,
LU 1607 .ropo thalchair a threnredg, MacCarthy 198.4 .
torandcles ... t. ¤ , Cog. 178.17 .tairgsi ... talcar, MR 256.6 .
Various:gnim talchair, ZCP xi 44 § 49 .lam treasa
talc[h]air, viii 110 § 6 .ba t. ¤ an timgaire, RC xxxvii 348 § 57 .
50 co t. ¤ tinnesnach, CF 692 .Compar. ger ua lugu Tit ... ua
talchairi e`he was more resolute,' TTebe 2565 . Assubst.:
fian cotalchuraibh , Buile Ṡ. 94.x .

? talcharda x=talchar:os na sluagaib tendtalchairda (tal-
chara,v.l.), TTebe 4842 .

55 tale xseetaile.

talenta n talent: an tálenta .i. an tidhlucadh tug sé dhamh,
Carswell 14.17 . Seetailinnt,tallann.

talgud xseetailciud.

tálgud n u,m. vn.of *do-ālaig(see ZCP xviii 327 , RC xxxvii
60216 ). soothing,appeasing: talgud nó tathlugud .i. ceann-
sugud nó crithnugud, O'Dav. 1573. tálgadh .i. tathlughadh
no ceannsughadh, O'Cl.la Táimthene t. ¤ (: ṅgábud), Fél. Oct.
29 .dús in fetfaimmís talgud a brotha, LU 10482 .dofuit
cotlud fuirri i ndaire thalguda, LL 168a32 .romídair dia th. ¤
65... | a sárgud`to appease his desire,' Met. Dinds. iv 24.15 .oc
talgud mo muintire, Anecd. i 44.1 . ?talgud inna fidbadh ...
la anfud tentide` laying low ,' Ériu ii 138 § 128 .aingeal Dē
dom tālgadh, ZCP x 346 § 1 .tāebgloine an tālgadha |
trēnṡoillsi an taithnemha, viii 200.21 .ferr a talgud a
70tinnrighi dot milled, H.3.18,214 ( O'C. 378 ).co n-accatar
in mac inna th. ¤ sleeping(?), Ir. Texts i 34.6 .fecht ro búi
M. ... i mbaegul ina thālgud ōs in trācht, Arch. Hib. ii
70 § 2.

? talinne ind rí t. ¤ tuile mara | mandur da mbi treas ig tuind,
75 IT iii 105.20 .

tall,thall adv.of place and time. Frequently also as
demonstr.with nouns, though never enclitic in verse.
IOf place. (a) yonder,there,yon,that: asalutesfil t. ¤ ,
Ml 42b4 .siu ┐ t. ¤ , 72c9 .a tadall t. ¤ , RC xlvii 304.4 .adeir
80th. ¤ `is said in another text,' Laws v 342.9 Comm. ar Thoraigh
th. ¤ san tuaisgeart, TD 26.45 .in teintide t. ¤ (the star of
Bethlehem), ZCP v 25 § 7 . As demonstr.:nín chruth hí
th. ¤ `not in that manner,' Wb 26b13 .isin tsalm t. ¤ , Ml 58a11 .
intí th. ¤ gl.ille, Sg. 197a9 .ind nathir humaithe thal, Tur.
85 129 .in taisceltai t. ¤ , 130 .dond leith t. ¤ don talmain, SR
7908 .is tu-sa in t-Ísu t. ¤ , PH 3921 .in treide t. ¤ , Arch. iii
223.21 .ó thá sean Torach taobh th. ¤ , TD 17.14 .thart
th. ¤ , 3.2 . (b) inside, as opposed toimmaig outside: mo
chorc-sa th. ¤ .i. mo craidesi astigh(B. na f.), ZCP v 487 § 2 .
rogart as dorus immaig | ... | `in fail t. ¤ mac n-Iessé?,'
5 SR 5984 .co rrabi th. ¤ i mmedón na cathrach, LU 9145
(FB).amuig ┐ t. ¤ , Aen. 1997 .is cetrúimhe cota cach fir t. ¤
do cach fir amuigh within (the `fine') ... outside, Laws iv
294.15 Comm. madh glan an corp don taoibh th. ¤ , Dán Dé
xxvii 31. (c) Hence in Laws infer th. ¤ defendant: mad sed
10a deir an fer amuigh ... ┐ isedh a deir an fer t. ¤ ... the plaintiff
... the defendant
, Laws iv 72.z Comm. i laim cintaig th. ¤ , i
84.15 Comm. Cf. cin dethbhirus amuigh no th. ¤ innso`no
necessity exists on the plaintiff or the defendant
,' ii 60.12
Comm.
15 IIOf time. (a) long ago,of yore,then: hi th. ¤ .i. isind
aimsir singl.id temporis, Ml 30b17 . 18c13 . 78d4 .amal
duratsat sacaird t. ¤ `at that time,' 82c8 .o chein thall, PH
148 .amal rothuitset th. ¤ , TTebe 4035 .ag Athairne th. ¤
na theach, Content. xxviii 12 .san aimsir th. ¤ , DDána 6.34 .
20(b) hereafter,in the next world: siu ná t. ¤ , Wb 3d17 .is maith
siuett. ¤ gl.uitae, quae nunc est, et futurae, 28d1 .is aire as
b(eo) a ainm i fos ┐ a anim th. ¤ , Lib. Hymn. 178.9 (ACC).
maith in chentair siu ┐ flaith ind alltair ... t. ¤ , Ériu ii 202 § 19 .
gan molbhtha t. ¤ na sonn, FM i 164.4 .an teach thall heaven ,
25 DDána 6.17 .
? To this:dall .i. t. ¤ a talpa , O'Mulc. 343 .min na dentar
icuib cuilbir nobind siu na th. ¤ , IT iii 102.x .indiu is do cen-
daib colla t. ¤ `at this day it is by the ends of his bones(he
effects it
)' (ofimbas forosnai), Laws i 44.1 Comm.
30Seetallain,tallamuin.