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Tamlacht(ae),Taimlecht(ae) n. loc.(= burial-place?). (a)
85 ia, [f.].gen. cu glaistamlachtaedublocho`Sepulcri Lacus
Nigri
,' Thes. ii 238.8 (Ardm.).Tamlachtae, AU i 298.7 ,
320.2 .acc.anddat. o gabaistamlachti , Mon. Tall. 157.6 .
hitamlachdai , 129.16 .iTamlachtaiOrláim, LU 5249
(TBC). (b)io, [m.?].gen. tamlachti, Mon. Tall. 157.8 .
Tamlachtai, AU i 270.20 .dat. hiTamlachtuLibrén, Fél.
5 6.22 .oThamlachtuArda, Trip. 574.19 .aTamlachtau
Bó, 232.6 . (c) Frequ.Tamlachtain all cases :nom. Rule
of Tall. 24 § 39 .gen. Fél. 86.16 .dat. 92.22 . (d)n dat.
oThamlachtainArdda, Trip. 266 note .iTamlachtain ,
Fél. 12.4 . (e)Tamlacht[ā,f.SeeÓ Máille—Language of
10AU p. 142 , where this inflection is wrongly extended to
all exx.].dat. Rule of Tall. 24 § 39 , 44 § 78 .Taimlecht,
Ériu iv 156.8 . Seetaimlecht(ae).

tamlaigid v(—á—?)g(tám?) dies(of disease ?) : rotamlaigB.
ir-Raith meic Bruic, RC xv 307.8 .

15 támlorg xseetaballcompds.

Tamnach n. loc.(=agreen place,clearing <taman?). (a)o,
[n.?].gen. Tamnaig, Fél. 50 Jan. 23 .dat. hiTamnuch ,
Thes. ii 265.31 . Trip. 98.17 . (b)ā,f. acc. tamnich, Thes. ii
239.13 .gen. Tamhnaighi, Gorm. Jan. 23 gl. 2 .dat. o
20 Tomhnaig , July 21 and gl.Cf. air an tamhnaigh, ITS
xvii 247.2 . (c) Inpl. gen. Rath T. ¤ , BNnÉ 120.6 .dat. Tam-
nach[aib?], Fél. 150 June 14 . Gorm. June 14 gl. 1 .iTam-
nachaib , LL 374a17 .

tamnaid v ā(taman) lops,cuts down,beheads: ro machtait
25laoich ┐ ro tamhnait colla leó, FM i 332.6 .Vn. tamnad:
fuilt dia cennaib aca t. ¤ , Alex. 364 .túag oc t. ¤ , Met. Dinds.
iii 198.9 .t. ¤ in tsloig, BB 444a9 .trian for t. ¤ fedha, RC
xv 327.20 .

tamnaigid v g=tamnaid:ro maeltamnaigit meidi, TTebe
30 2826 .ro tamnaiged o cinn, Todd Nenn. 70.6 .Vn. ictam-
nugud , RC xv 436.5 .g s. tuirthi ...tamnaigthi... treas-
laithrech in talman, MR 150.3 .Part. ina tortuibhtam-
nai[g]thi , Fianaig. 94.15 .Cf. CCath. 3597 .a cuirp ta[mh]-
naighthi, 2122 .ri haduath a adarc tulmael tamnaigthi
35(of a bull), TTebe 1405 .

tamon xseetaman.

? tamtech adj bát t. ¤ úaibrech taiged | la slúag n-etualṅgech
Ulad, LL 21a11 . ?Cf. tám.

? tamthata ind ba sluag leoman cen lacad | sund im Eogan t. ¤ ,
40 LL 192bz .

tamun xseetaman.

tan,tain n[ā?],f.(nach th. ¤ ,III (e),cech th. ¤ (g)). But with
m.pron.is hé t. ¤ , TBFr. 157 (see Gloss.).an tan-sain gá
dtámaid ris, DDána 20.24 . Orig. form not clear, the word
45occurring, in old exx., only inconj.andadv.phrases.
Apart from the phrasesiar tain(III (k)) anddo thain
(III (j)), where thed s.in palatal—nis regular, the formtain
is found only in the Glosses : ?d s. nachthain , Ml 32b7 ,
39a23 . ?a s. intain , Wb 4a27 (cf. andand, Mon. Tall. 152.23
50 etc. andan , DDána 106.8 etc.).alailitain , Sg. 222b1a .
intan , Wb 33d10 , Sg. 190b3 , Tur. 60.106 . See Thurn. Hdb.
§ 156 , Études Celt. iii 102 .d p. iartanaib , seeIII(l). The
usual formpassimistan. Also with final—nd,—nn:an
tand , Mon. Tall. 148.22 .intand , BDD² 1496 .indann
55(: ann), IGT Decl. ex. 281 (so frequently in syll. verse. But
tann: sal, PBocht 12.8 ).taun, Ériu ii 95 § 6 (but: damh?).
ZCP iii 451.14 .
I time,while,point of time: an t. ¤ -sain gá dtámaid ris
that occasion I am referring to, DDána 20.24 .fá gar liomsa
60do bhí an t. ¤ , Measgra D. 44.11 . ?mitan .i. miaimser,
O'Mulc. 824.
Most frequently, however, inconj.andadv.phrases :
IIInconj.phrases usually temporal, but also somet.
causal, final, and conditional. With foll.rel.clause (in
65O. Ir. usually with relative —n—).Cf. indandimbaoi, Mon.
Tall. 162.14 .
(a)tan. (i) when,whenever . With subj. :t. ¤ tiastae when
(-ever) they come
, Fél. Ep. 470 .t. ¤ tissaid, SR 3501 . With
indic. :t. ¤ nad bi, SR 1199 .t. ¤ bīs, Arch. iii 307 § 17 .t. ¤
70atchess | Crimthan, Hail Brigit § 7 .t. ¤ ragat when I shall
go
, ZCP vi 266 § 11 .Cf. is hé t. ¤ dolluidsi ón, TBFr. 157 .
(ii) Causal seeing that,since: t. ¤ is d'oencraunn ... | nad leic
duib ni do thormailt seeing that there is one tree He does not
allow you to eat of
, SR 1247 .cia is tslúag ná digni m'amles |
75t. ¤ is tussu rogni inse ?, 6147 .t. ¤ na taibret dia n-aire na
piana, Ériu iii 29 § 2.
(b)in tain,in tan. (i) when,whenever . With subj. :in
tain bes ninunn accobor lenn, Wb 4a27 .in t. ¤ nád nacastar,
25b28 .ind dand dondecmised when this happened to him,
80 Mon. Tall. 143.6 . With indic. pres. :in tain nombíu, Wb
20a3 .in tain téte, 9a3 .in tain diagmani, 3a15 .in t. ¤ arall-
egthar a briathar, 9b3 .in t. ¤ mbíte cen tuisliu, Sg. 220b1 .
ind t. ¤ mbís, Mon. Tall. 132.29 .in t. ¤ as n-áil dó whenever
he likes
, BDD² 850 .comadh ann no beth fīr dé uadha in
85t. ¤ na fadhuibh fīr daoine in the case in which, Laws iv 294.24
Comm. an t. ¤ ríoghthar neach, TD 7.4 . With pret. and
perf. :in tain rombói, Wb 2c5 .in tain ronmoitsem, 17a13 .
in t. ¤ dorolaig, Ml 50d15 .in t. ¤ dobreth, Thes. ii 308.17 .
in t. ¤ ronánicc a leass, 348.2 .in t. ¤ luid, SR 7658 .in t. ¤ ro
scáig, BDD² 1089 .a thriath an tann do shéan, DDána 39.7 .
5 an tann far thochail [sí] thú, Dán Dé iii 26 . With impf. :
ind t. ¤ noteigdis, Mon. Tall. 129.17 . With fut. :in tain
ronicfea, Wb 14a25 .in t. ¤ doregasu, TBFr. 348 .an tann
nach bia, Dán Dé x 27. (ii) until,before: nīcon-dam C. ...
leth-éill a bróci do bein de, in t. ¤ bói oc tidnocul a beōil ...
10dona hublaib did not wait for the lace of one shoe to be untied
before he began to help himself to the apples
, Aisl. MC 47.9 .
nír cian do ann in t. ¤ tainicc A., St. Ercuil 1202 .ní riacht
le C. an tsleg do tharraing an t. ¤ do sháidhetar ..., ML²
1246 .ní mōr comhnaighthe do righneadur ... in t. ¤
15tánagdar, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 12.9 . (iii) Causal since,seeing
that: ni hansa do nách aili for mbrethugud ... in t. ¤ na
hantai fo cocertad M. ┐ A. it is difficult for another to judge
you seeing ye abide not by the decision of M. and A.
, LU
9003 ( FB 75 ).in t. ¤ tra is iat na marb-duile ... ro-chóiset
20a ṅdúilemain ... is in mor-mo is coru do na beoaib ... a
chóined, PH 3368 .in t. ¤ nad ḟúair ... eill fair, RC iii 184.29 .
an t. ¤ nachar fhéad, Gadelica 127.563 .Cf. MR 62.2 . (iv)
Finalthat: cia maith fil for do cheilesiu ... in t. ¤ doberandsi
mo chaire dó that I should give him my cauldron, FDG 417 .
25 Cf. cia maith fogniat, in t. ¤ moltair sech cách, TBC 415.
(v) Conditional if: cid in t. ¤ ná torsed Forand chucu even if
Pharaoh should not return to them
, Ériu iv 142.7 .maddis
fir mōra na hindsi asa taed donīstais conmeltais ar grīan
in t. ¤ is mac bec dogní in airbert ucut if the grown men of the
30island whence he comes should come to us they would grind
us to dust if a small boy is capable of that performance
, Ériu
i 114 § 3 . ? Here also :in t. ¤ astoidet .ix. ngraidh nimhe ...
┐ in t. ¤ bas giliu in grian ... oldaas innossa, soillsighfid tairsib
sin uile etrachta gnuisi ind Righ, ii 142 § 155 .
35(c)nach tan whenever: nach t. ¤ ronecat a les, Ml 58d5 .
nach t. ¤ atraig ┐ ... nach dand suides, Mon. Tall. 140.19 .
nách t. ¤ tosnaidle súil ind ríg, LU 7829 (BDD).Cf. longud
gibē t. ¤ tairi, ZCP vii 297.3 .
(d)ón t. ¤ since: ón tann theasdá`now that he is not with
40them
,' Aithd. D. 6.34 .ón tann tárraidh, TD 17.64 .
IIIInadv.phrases.
(a)tan of old,once: roraid Gád fri Dauid t. ¤ , SR 6853 .
is and atá Túathal t. ¤ `from of old,' Met. Dinds. iv 206.49 .
robói t. ¤ tall issin tig `meanwhile' (?), iii 326.42 .
45(b)tan ... tan (aile) ... sometimes ... sometimes: rocha-
thaigsetar fri Bretnu ... t. ¤ ba leo. T. aile ba forro, LU 223 .
t. ¤ do bhínn mar aon is Niall | ... | t. ¤ do bhínn mar aon is
Corc, Content. i 9.
(c)tan ann now and again,sometimes: t. ¤ ann tuccad
50staic dīb co beōlu in rīg, Aisl. MC 101.z .t. ¤ ann, is í a ben
gáeil fen phósas, PH 7790 .t. ¤ ann ... t. ¤ aile sometimes ...
sometimes , 3995 .t. ¤ ann ... feacht aili, Lism. L. 700 - 713 .
(d)(ro) buí tan once . (i) With foll.rel.clause :dobí t. ¤
ba coll-chaill, Met. Dinds. i 2.17 .ro boí t. ¤ rop inmain lim,
55 LU 3962 ( SC 45 ). (ii) As independentadverbialphrase :
rí rosáer Eoin bai t. ¤ , SR 7401 .ropa chliamain ro bái th. ¤ |
do ríg Themra, SG 367.33 .for a ccomhfhuilidhibh ro
bhaoí t. ¤ on their one-time kinsmen(?), FM vi 2254.4 .
(e)nach thain,than at any time,at some timeor other :
60 nach thaingl.quando, Ml 39a23 .cip é gellas dít nach th. ¤
`en tout temps,' Études Celt. iii 99.12 .cia no trebaind sund
nach th. ¤ , RC xiv 410.16 .
(f)alaili taingl.quando, Sg. 222b1a .
(g)(in) cech than at all times,constantly: snim ocus
65saethar cech th. ¤ , SR 1455 .Mac Dé, Dia deoda cech th. ¤ ,
7569 .láiset gair cáine cach th. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 50.33 .is
bennachta in cach th. ¤ , SR 2167 .nach cuala tu in cach t. ¤ ,
TBC 2353 .fer sochair soim in cach th. ¤ , ZCP viii 120.2 .
(h)in tan sin then: LU 3458 ( SC 24 ). tunc oblati sunt
70... .i. in t. ¤ sin atdopartha, ZCP viii 173.z . St. Ercuil 1050.
(i)in tan-sa at this time,now: ba h-imper is-in Róim
... in t. ¤ -sa, PH 360 .id chonchlann an tannsa ó tám` now ,'
Content. ix 1 .an dannsa, Aithd. D. 73.2 .
(j)do thain suddenly,immediately: gabais fearg mor
75Cairnech do thaín, Todd Nenn. 182.12 .gabais do thain ar
Aedh comrac`immediately took upon himself to fight him,'
15 .
(k)iar tain afterwards,then:gl.`post' praepositio,
Sg. 220b5 . Tur. 85 a .ri rodelb dluma iar tain, SR 37 .
80 da ni iarum aithrechus iar dain, Laws iii 12.14 .marb E.
iardain, RC xxiv 176.6 .brath in Righ atrae iar tain, Ériu
iii 196 § 20.
(l)iar tanaib afterwards,then: in tress-ainm dó iar tanaib
`in after days,' Met. Dinds. iii 308.69 .luid ... iar tanaib,
85 Todd Nenn. 234.105 .co roélaisead ... a hEspáin iar tanaib
isan indsi-se, Ériu iv 142.14 . xii 154.6 .
(m)ré tan for a time: caoimhchletha do clódh ré t. ¤ |
daoirchetha ón mbrón dá mbáthadh, Gleanings 14 § 1.