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tarcaisnech adj o, ā(tarcaisne). Most frequently of persons.
(a) contemptuous,scornful: airdri ... trentalcur tarcais-
neach, CF 870 .ua tren ┐ ua t. ¤ ar gach n-oen tecmad ris,
75 TTebe 25 58.tarcaisneach ar ar Ttighearna, Desid. 6259 .
gidh tromdha tathaoireach tarchuisneach atáim-se, DDána
111.24 .bí tarcuisnech imud fein(direction to a penitent),
ZCP vi 84.1 . Occas. also of things:rugastar seacht ruathair
troma ... tarcusnec[h]a tairrsib, Celt. Rev. iv 16.9 .tren-
80chor tarcuisnech(`insulting twist,'), MR 258.x .ilimad
do briathraibh truagha tarcaisnecha, Études Celt. i 79.29 .
Assubst.:iarruidh antarcuisneacheagna, Prov. xiv
6 .
(b) contemptible,despicable,miserable: do chomhtarcais-
85neachsa do mhac athar`a wretched youth like you,' Ériu
v 180.296 .creatúr ró bhocht, ┐ ró tharcuisneach, Donl.
256.21 .tarcuisneach ad radharc, Deut. xxv 3 . Of things:
ba grannai múichnech t. ¤ ar tús hí(of the Cross), LB 233b64 .
geadh tarcuisneach treallamh ... gach síthchréidmigh,
Ó Bruad. iii 16 .Compar. leis an mbás as ... tharcuisnighi,
5 Desid. 6114 .Cf. 2 taircsenach.

tarcaisned n o,m.(tarcaisne)act ofdespising: gan aoin-
neach do tharcuisneadh, Donl. 158.19 .lucht tharcuisnidh
na comharsan, 110.24 .

tarcaisnige n iā,f.(tarcaisnech)=tarcaisne:tarcuisnighi ar
10persain an boicht, De Contemptu 1198 v.l.(see Gloss.).

tarcaisnigid v g(tarcaisnech) despises,condemns,abases:
in fer dano adannai foruaisligfe (.i. tarcaisnigfe) riga ... na
Herenn, Arch. iii 14.16 .is mur sin tharcaisnigit ┐ diultaitt
an dliged, Maund. 123 .gidh bé tharcuisnígheas an eagluis,
15tarcuisnighe sé Dia féin, Donl. 114.25 .níor tharcuisnigh
a ghuidhe, TSh. 7214 .ó tarcaisnigheadh mo dheaghlucht
cúil were abased, Ó Bruad. iii 226 .Vn. tarcaisniugad:in
foruaisli ... inann he ┐ tarcuisniugad, H.4.22,78b ( O'C.
2111 ).ag t. ¤ na colna daonda mar chompánach`in contempt
20of
,' O'Gr. Cat. 663.28. claon-mharbhadh na colna do
tharchuisniughadh` discredit ,' Donl. 126.15 .

tarcasal n o,m. reproach,insult: briathar is mó gén ┐ tar-
cassul ro ráided for Táin bo Cualnge, TBC 1616 .cach t. ¤
doratsat Greic forrusum, TTr.² 404 .neoch thuc in t. ¤ mor-sa
25oraindi, YBL 151b45 .ic fulang ... dímiada ┐ tarcasail,
LB 256az .ro imbir tarcusal mor foirn, CCath. 3570 .go
ttár ┐ go tt. ¤ for chenél cconaill, FM v 1812.12 .ag tathaoír
┐ acc tarcusal for an tuaiscert, vi 2126.12 .doratt i ttarcusal
dermáir íatt, BNnÉ 324.1 .anóir do'nt saidbir ┐ t. ¤ ar persain
30in boicht, De Contemptu 1198 v.l.Attrib.g s.:na tiugh-
bharamhla ...tarcasail , MR 124.8 . Fig.of thesea: t. ¤
mara muirnigh, 288.4 . Alsotarcastal:domíad ┐ tarrcustal,
D iv 2,67a28 , 67c8 . Note also:rogabh ... ar tarcasáil for
Art, Ériu iii 166.z .

35 tarcaslach adj o, ā(tarcasal) insulting: briathra iomdha searbha
tarcaslacha, TFrag. 202.11 .

? tarcemm n Mael tuli diar tarcem[m] (: Laidcenn, : ardgemm)
`Mael Tuile todefend us,' Gorm. Oct. 23 . See Gloss.

? tarchomail ind(<to-air-com-ell-, Strachan, Verbal System
40of SR p. 74 )t. ¤ cach cumtaig arg | cosin slóg serig serbgarg,
SR 4757.

tarclam n[n.?] secondaryvn.ofdo-ecmalla(cf. perf. 3 s.
tarclaim). See2 teclaimand Ped. ii 510 . collecting,assem-
bling: luidseom sunn, t. ¤ tnū, | suainem segsa co clann Cū,
45 Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 56 § 36 .dodeachaid ... do tharclom creichi,
RC xvi 137.5 .targlam claindi Dedaid do denum a cathrach,
BB 378a33 .ro faided E. ... do targlaim sloigh, 423b22 .
fir Erenn do targlom, MR 12.10 .ca caingen uil bar dtar-
glamh, 60.28 .

50 tarclamaid v ā(tarclam) See IT ii2233 n. 7 . assembles,
collects: targlomaid i. tionóilid, O'Cl.Vn. targlomadh
.i. tionól,ib. iar ttarcclamadh doibh fo thoghairm a tticcerna,
FM iii 364.22 .

? tarcoba ind nī teilce Ultu di thnuthaib tairperta t. ¤ a gāri,
55 TBC² 1015 = LU 5494 . ?Leg. tar coba.

1 tarcon n a kind offish: glacad eiscc re nabur t. ¤ cuiusdam
piscis qui vocatur tarcon, Rosa Ang. 248.15 . See Gloss.

? 2 tarcon n ni chlunim gáir echlach, nó boccmell sluag nó
t. ¤ turusa inti` hubbub ,' RC xiv 416.z .

60 tárcud,táirciud n u,m. vn.ofdo-áirci. (a)(in O. Ir.)causing,
bringing about: manip ar tháircud fochricce duib`unless
it be for the purpose of preparing a reward for you
,' Wb
10b14 .ar far táirciudsi i nindocbáil`for bringing you into
glory
, 13c9 . 14c9 .oc táircud raith spirito dúib, 14c42 .
65 i tarcud indocbalae domsa dia brátha, 23c29 .ar thairciud
ermiten feid do dia`to produce honour to God,' Ml 47b4 .in
clóini nísin du tairciud doib`that that iniquity should be
caused to them
,' 61b17 .amal nibad cen cinta dugnetis in
t. ¤ sin damsa`that infliction,' 74a1 .amal as soirb lat tairciud
70cech laithi i ndigaid alaili`to bring every day after another,'
111a5 .huan tárrgudgl.oblatione, 72b10 .in tairciud ón
gl.uini oblationem, 121c2 .
(b) providing,preparing: tárgud amra isin taig do
cholcthechaib, LU 11044 .do breith táircthe cruid o Ailill,
75 1639 .tarcudh solus providing of lights, Snedgus u. Mac R.
13 § 69 .Crist do tharcudh bethaidh ┐ sásadh don domhan,
BNnÉ 20.32 .is tuirsech mé ó an targad ingnad sin`with
this extraordinary compilation
,' O'Gr. Cat. 128.7. tan
tairgthe a dtuaslaicthe when their salvation was being pre-
80pared
(?), 567.5 .tarcud do drochmhái providing for a bad
woman
(?), Triads 72 .Cf. Aisl. MC 73.26 . ?is tochrus
im oibil .i. tarcud febe im molc fochná, O'Mulc. 758 .itargo
lego(=i targud lega), Laws iv 302.4 Comm. Offeasts,
banquets: fledh do thargud do thig C. to prepare a banquet
85in C.'s house
, ZCP xi 61.3 .flead do tharcad dia tigerna,
Lec. 185d28 .a fleda, a thairgthi, a tighi, Acall. 2502 .
tosach tairc[t]hi (sic leg.) is comhóil cain (: failte), BNnÉ
255.19 .
(c)In Lawsprovision, henceacquired wealth(?): cia
imana boaire cid log secht cumal do tarcud a cuirp fadesin,
5acht for facba da trian a tarcuda la fine collna seven cumals
of his own providing
(?), iii 48.17 .is cuimgech eiside ni do
timna amhail is carthanach leis dia tarcud budein, 44.24
Comm. an cobeis do targud a laime, 45 n. 3 .fer tathaigte
cen urgnam, cen urail, cen tarcud, cen tinol, ii 356.9 (but
10see Stud. in E. Ir. Law 63 , 65 ).
(d) collecting,leading: targadh .i. tionól, O'Cl.targud
índ uisci tairngiter and dar ín fearaind, Laws iv 214.10
Comm. masa codnach do rine in targud tre comraiti`if it
be a sensible adult that brought (a horse to the place) designedly
,'
15 iii 260.7 .codnach do ni a tarcud mar aen(of the damage
done by deer and horse in hunting), 456.24 .
(e) Attrib.g s.:fertáircthe inciter,ringleader(?): fir
targuda ... .i. ... fer tairce .i. trian cotach cach fir ro tair-
cistar .i. ro thinoilter in slog cen techt leo, H.3.18,507
20( O'C. 1256 ).ised is fer tairci ann, duine tairgis iat co haen
inadh, 23 Q 6,fo. 13a ( O'C. 1692 ).cin aenfir for sluagh ...
masa targud eicne ... tucastur orru do denam in marbtha
... ma targud aisi ... icad fer tairce trian na secht cumala
a dualgus a tairci, Laws iii 114.17 ff. fear taircthi ... re cach
25foghail dagentar isin crich ... fear coimhgnima, Rawl. B
506 fo. 53b ( O'Don. 2414 ).do nem-chintughadh aosa
tairce the people led, incited(?), H.3.17 col. 435 ( O'Don.
545 ).
targud aurduirn fri Athirne raising his fist to A.(?),
30 O'Dav. 1088. ?Nuald domain targada (targadaig,v.l.)
.i. Domhnall, Anecd. ii 52.3 .