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tanaidecht n ā,f.(tanaide) thinness,subtlety: ara th. ¤ amal
chiaich(of a sea), LU 1898 .geine int [s]rephaind tanoi-
gecht ┐ dath, Auraic. 3258 (in account of genders). 5000 .

tanaidetu n t,m.(tanaide) thinness,flatness: [iasc] dianid
ainm [lethech] .i. ara lethet ┐ ara thanadetaid, Corm. Bodl.
5 12.5 =t[h]anaideta, Corm. Y 825 . Seetanacht.

tanaige n iā,f.(tana) shallowness: o laighet a huisce ┐ tre
med a tanaige(of a river), BCC 344.32 .

tanaigid v g(tana) thins,thins out,dilutes: ra tanaigit ┐ ra
fethnaigit(of boards), TTr. 128 .ni bid tiug nach tanaiced
10(sic leg.? Of a warrior's attack), Cog. 194.6 .Frequ.thins out,
spreads out(soldiers) : ardaig co scailte ┐ co tanaighte slógh
Cesair`so that C.'s host might be scattered and thinned' (by
having to man more positions), CCath. 3467 .rothanaid
iat, ┐ ro timsaig arīs íat, ZCP xiii 213.10 .Hencethins by
15slaughter: do tanaig an tracht da trenferaib thinned the
shore of its warriors
, CF 613 .rathanaid ... na curaid, TTebe
4205 .do tanuigheadh tiogh an tsluaigh, DDána 85.22 .
dilutes: da ngabair cart ... dfin te ┐ a cur ann tanochaidh
gu leir e, 23 P 10³,43a39 .
20 Vn. tanugud. Trans. :armáil an tíre ar tanucchadh,
FM vi 2174.y .ro bá tanugadh ar trédaib a trom-deabaid,
Celt. Rev. iv 16.6 .an tirmuigheacht aga thanughadh
(of urine), 23 K 42,143.7 . Intrans. :tanughadh, bānughadh,
Eg. Gl. 585 .na cluasa ar dtanughadh growing thin, TSh.
25 1096 .a mbith ina ndluithne[o]ll ... can tanughadh(of a
shower of weapons), CCath. 5662 .ro gabsat na huiscedha
for t. ¤ began to get shallow, 2372 .Part.:trochbuidne taeb-
tolla ...tanaigti ` decimated ,' Celt. Rev. iv 14.25 .

tánaise,tánaiste adj io, iā(cf. imthánad, see Thurn. Hdb. § 396 ).
30 t. ¤ : dálaibse, SR 5132 . The form without -t- is the earlier
(cf. Ir. Gl. p. 58 n. ).tánuise,tánoisde m., IGT Decl. § 2
(39.20) . Frequ. assubstantive.
I (a)As ordinalnumeral second(following its noun) :
a rrath tanise, Wb 14c19 .isin técht tánisi, 14d3 .tanisi
35gl.secunda, Ml 23c18 .in tanisiv` secondly ,' Sg. 213a6 .
'sind eisseirgi thanaisi, SR 8237 .ind fhuithairbe tanaise,
LU 8254 ( FB 20 ).in liaigh tánuiste the next physician,
ZCP viii 105.16 .A. tánaisse A. the second, x 270.11 .isin
sillaib tánaisi, Sg. 21b9 .o anmmanaib diil tanisi, 50b17 .
40 do briathraib cobednae tánise to verbs of the second con-
jugation
, 59a10 .persan tanaise, 198b11 .hí persin tánáisi,
215a9 .persa tanaise uathaid second person singular, Auraic.
2674 .di chobedin tanaise`of the second conjugation,' Hib.
Min. 443 .cath tanaiste Graíne, RC xvii 122.8 .san ló
45thánuisde, DDána 29.6 .hi tanaísi`a second time,' CS
342.20 . (b)In comparisons between personsanother,a
second: int Ercoil ... tanaisi another Hercules, Cog. 186.33 .
an t-Alaxandar ... tanaiste, 204.5 . (c)thethird finger (see
exx.) :mér tanaissi a loetanán the finger next his little finger,
50 Trip. 128.20 .an dara féarsa do'n mér medhoin ┐ an
[trímadh] féarsa do'n tánaisti, O'Gr. Cat. 292.29.
II (a) second,nextin excellence, number,etc.: in bindius
t. ¤ i ndegaid ṅguttae`the euphony next after vowels,' Sg. 5a2 .
sleg fhota co mbrōen fola ... ┐ gāi a thānaisi co crū bidbud,
55 TBC² 3202 .buden aile ... tanaise da séitche, TBC 5204 .
ropad tánaissi Romae ... mo chathair-si second only to Rome,
Trip. 146.25 .int ugdur tanaise as airega, Laws i 22.8
Comm. tanaiste ar usacht next in easiness, 23 K 42,10.20 .
(b) second only to,almost,practically(subst.with foll. gen.
60or prep.): tánaisi d'éc éccomnart, LU 3611 ( SC 30 ).cid
tanaisde bais dus-béra do I will do everything but kill
him
, TBC 2221 .ba tanasti do cumaid Derdrindi a cuma
fair his grief for her was almost as great as his grief for D.,
RC xxiv 280.5 .tanaise do dígail lathi brátha, RC xii
65426 § 12 .tanaisti no(sicMS.)bruiti ifirn, RC xvii 342.2 .
tainisi nesuim toiscidi`next to a necessary of life,' Laws i
278.4 Comm.
III second in rankor dignity,heir-apparent,tanist: bid
tanaise dam-sa he i-m flaithius, PH 1174 .airchinnech, a
70thānaise, ZCP v 499 § 3 .tanaiste abadh Cluana maic Nois,
RC xviii 23.9 .tanuisi mbo aire, Laws iv 350.21 .tānaise
comarba Brigde, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 73 .d'a n-ollamnaib
ata sin, ┐ nocon fuil ni d'a tanaisib, Laws v 106.z Comm.
tanassi rig ced ara neper ? Ar indí frisaicci tuath huili do
75rigiu cen cosnum fris, iv 328.11 .tanaisi suad litri, v 102.2 .
tanaisi tigerna fa huaisle, FM iii 552.3 .tanaisi an tíre, iv 952.9
.tanisti Connacht, Ann. Conn. 1316.5 .a rí ... | do
bí ar tír na thánaisi, IGT Decl. ex. 105 .Cf. aon bhuachaill
legha dia fhíor thanusibh`of his own faithful people,' FM
80 vi 1956.x .
IV In Lawssome kind of(remoter?)liability, the opposite
beingiartach: cia dligh iardach ┐ tainisti do liu fair(text)
... ni dligid iardach .i. eneclann ; ┐ tainisi .i. in smacht
... mad a naimsir caua (sic leg.?) ; mas a nurradus, ... is
85he in tiartach in aithgin, ┐ is he in tanaiste, an eneclann
..., no dono, masa eisindraic ... is he in tiartach in aithgin,
┐ is he in tanaiste aní dosli fair itir smacht ┐ dire ┐ eneclann
(Comm.), Eg. 88 fo. 40 (41)e ( O'C. 2495 - 6 ).