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1 táthaid,táithid v ā,i(1 táth) (a) joins,welds,unites:
tuathait .i. tathaid a croicni im na sciathaib`they sew the
hides round the shields
,' Laws v 106.12 Comm. rucsammar
55lind cloich cach fhir ... co rothadsem ar in muig piled them
together
(?), Festschr. Stokes 9.6 .mar táithtir truaill cuilg
re céir, DDána 119.35 .bíodh greim fir 's a bheith ga
bháthadh | ... [ó dtáthar thú]`a drowning man's hold, by
which Thou mayst be held fast
,' Aithd. D. 70.29 .do tháith
60rea ccorpaibh a ccinn(of two women who had been be-
headed), BNnÉ 152.16 .
(b) Hence in abstr. meanings:ionnus gur tháith é féin
... re mnáibh deórata(Solomon), TSh. 8360 . ? mediator
qui hanc iram oblatione placaret.i. notadad, ZCP vii 483.26
65(see p. 493 ). ?nech atcobra dul for nemh ... | seched
rīagail [in]na nāem | tathai ēolus maith he should keep to a
good road
(?), 310 § 1 . ?tathais snechta siachta clo | is
dirand do tucht atciu, H. 3.18,75 ( O'C. 124 - 5 ).
(c)Med.heals,closes(a wound) : is mar so doníther an
70púdar re [a] táiter an cnedh, O'Gr. Cat. 271.19. créacht ...
feola nach táithfe liaigh, Ó Bruad. iii 58 .Cf. do tháith an
slait ... ris an gcréacht`applied the rod to the wound,' Keat.
ii 279.
Vn. táthad=1 táth. (a)ag táthadh a lámh re chéile,
75 Eochairsg. 101.26 .tareis a laime do thaitheamh re píosa
argaitt(of Nuadu), FM i 16.21 . ?sean-mhná gan lón d'á
d-táthadh le gréin`basking in the sun,' Tribes of Irel.
68.10 .táthad (sic leg.?) uilc re himnedh, Buile Ṡ.,56.11 .
(b) joining,uniting(peoples, armiesetc.): táthud do
80shluagaib ┐ d'armaib a consolidator of hosts, TBC 533c .
ó th. ¤ na d-tuath, ML 92.13 .chum comhraic dá seoladh 's
dá dtáthadh(of troops), Hackett xl 139.
Part. táithte:ar an gcuid úd don Bhreatain atá don
leith thuaidh do Sacsaibh t. ¤ ria pars quae ipsi Angliae con-
85tingens, Keat. ii 5868 .ba t. ¤ id phearsain maicne Aodha
`Aedh's sons were ... intimately welded,' Ó Bruad. i 58 .
cibé rénar mian bheith táitte ris an mhaith shíordhaidhe,
TSh. 10262.
Seetáthaigid.

? 2 táthaid n[i,m.] (1 táth) welder,smith,artificer: `dom-
5manic amh a hadbur,' ol in tathit, `.i. mu marbudh muna
dernar sciath Conchulaind,' Ériu v 72.17 .

tathaige xsee1 taithigid.

táthaigid v g(1 táth) =1 táthaid. (a) welds,cements,joins;
becomes joined,coalesces: é rotáthaig in tāthluim it was he
10who cemented the slingstone
, ZCP v 504 § 4 , see Hermathena
xlix 64 .gach slisne nobendais de do théighedh ina hinad
arís ┐ do tháthaigeadh fó chédair used to cleave to its place
(of a tree), SG 68.31 .leth-bonn as tigh gach Ráthaigh |
Molaisi ara thír do thathaigh`a half-groat ... M. fastened
15upon his land
' (of a tax), BNnÉ 249.14 . Abstr.:táthaigh
a croidhe red chlí, DDána 45.13 .nach tathuighid na pea-
cuigh sochar na Páise riú féin, Eochairsg. 51.31 . (b) unites,
consolidates(peoples, countries,etc.): monúar ní-for-táthaig
`(Liath), alas ! unites you not,' Met. Dinds. iii 152.1 and
20Corr.gur tháthaigh rí cró chrúachain, IGT Decl. ex. 1354 .
do táthaig a tír ┐ a tuatha ar fedh Tuadmuman, Caithr.
Thoirdh. 136.37 . Also of persons:a mheic an té rom
tháthuigh, cited Aithd. D. 16.17 n. gur tháthuigh an uile
fhear | Muire an mháthair so that She drew to Herself every
25man
, DDána 46.55 . (c)Med.heals,closes(a wound):
táthuightear an chuisle re leigiusaibh stiptecha, 3 C 22,
178b22 .da ngearrthar cnaim no cartilago ... ni fhasuidh
┐ ni thathuighid da éisneque augetur neque coalescit , 23 K
42,92.19 .
30 Vn. táthugad: (a)tú linn táthuighthe na talmhan
cement (said of the Cross), DDána 41.39 .atá sé reidh chum
táthuighe`it is ready for the sodering' Is. xli 7 . Abstr.:
d'ár dtathughadh le sochar na Páise(function of the Mass),
Eochairsg. 27.27 . (b)tighearnas gan táthúghadh, ML
35 104.31 .cenn táthaighthi gacha tīre(of a person), ML² 1196 .
le táthucchadh tuath, FM iii 368.1 . (c) Med.con taidhe a
tathuga[d], H.3.17 col. 632 - 3 ( O'Don. 880 ).

táthaigidir v gdepon. (cf. táid) conceals,steals(?) : ni ro tathaig-
ter nech dib ar araile .i. in ni gatus nech dib o cheile, Laws
40 ii 342.4 , 22 (text and Comm.) `was der eine von ihnen dem
andern verheimlicht (heimlich weggenommen) hat
,' St. in E.
Ir. Law 3.

tathaigín xseetaithigín.

táthaigtheóir,táthóir n[i,m.] (tátha(ig)id) welder,uniter,
45 consolidator: Niall ... diosgaoiltigh Gall, táthaightheóir
Gaoidheal, FM iv 750.6 .a thāthóir na dtuath, ML² 1288.

tathaim xseetatham,tathamair.

tathaír n ā,f. vn.ofdo-athaíra.g s. tathaoire, Éigse ii 119.106 .
(a) blaming,censuring,reproaching: ni to bar tatháir si
50act is do bar tinchosc, Wb 16a24 .oc tatháir imdibi`blaming
circumcision
,' 23d25 .a oglaig óig | nocon urusa do t. ¤ , IT
iii 75.8 .ragab P. ic tathair ríge Agmemnóin, TTr. 1812 .
oc tathair a draidechta, PH 2196 .a tollad no a tathair
`impugn or depreciate' (a judgment), CCath. 4504 .a chnuic
55a-tám do thathaoir, DDána 64.4 .ag tathaoír ... for an
tuaiscert, FM vi 2126.12 .lucht tairgthe mo tathaoir ribh
`who dared to slander me to thee,' Ó Bruad. ii 134 .cathiugud
.i. tathair, O'Dav. 475.
(b) reproach,blame,censure: ced molad ced tatháir dom
60beraidsi domsa, Wb 8d21 .Aron ... | cen tathair dia grad,
SR 4515 .ni techtas inna n-indmas saegulla is tathair,
RC ii 386.7 .irlabhra ... budh tatháir do taisech do dénamh,
CCath. 2551 .gnúis ... nar dhearg gríostathaoir, DDána
117.44 .foghlumuighedh sé etheica innus go ttuigedh tatháir
65ar na lochtuibhquod spernat vitia (a requirement of a sur-
geon), ZCP xviii 258.25 .uair nach tathair tarlaig ort,
Cog. 124.15 .sealbhtha molta ┐ tathaoire, Éigse ii 119.106
(?cf. moladh`adjective').tairim .i. taithír, O'Dav. 1518.

tathaírech adj o, ā(tathaír) censorious,reproachful: tathaoi-
70reach` slandering ,' Eg. Gl. 609 .gidh tromdha tathaoireach
tarchuisneach atáim-se, DDána 111.24 .

tathaírid v i(tathaír,cf. do-athaíra) blames,censures,re-
proaches: ní tairim (? tāirim) .i. nocha taithirim, O'Dav.
1518. rotháithir Medhbh ... ┐ rosgrēs Fergus im dīghail a
75domhīagh fair, ZCP xiii 169.31 .ni he thathairther sund
inti thechtus na hindmusa saegulla, RC ii 386.7 .tathaeir-
fither ... do gach aen cocelas do cairdes, CCath. 1051.

tathaírthe adj io, iā part.ofdo-athaíra(tathaírid) censured,
blamed: bidh tathairthe o feraib in talman, CCath. 4604.

80 tatham n o,m.(cf. tathamair). IGT Decl. § 11 (55.6) .
(a) sleep,rest: dosruacht ina tathum`came upon her
slumbering
,' Met. Dinds. iv 200.53 . ?nim chicher i súan |
t. ¤ dual dobruc | marbad mo secht mac(`I have cause for
grief
'), PRIA 1893, 548 § 20 ( LL 147a23 ).muir is tīr
85gan tathom unresting land and sea, ZCP viii 231.y .nir'
leicced lochad no t. ¤ no tinnabrad d'oenduine, CCath. 4359 .
dod dearc úaine ní tráth tathaimh, Sc. G. St. iv 138 § 1 .
cead tathaimh ó ól oidhche a respite from carousing, L.Cl.A.
Buidhe 125.35 .tathamh ar thonnaibh an fhóid fhuin-
eadhaigh calm will prevail over the western land(?), DDána
5 109.6 .cuan min as troma tathamh(of Lough Erne), Ir.
Texts ii 54 § 36 .ionad tathaimh`a place of rest,' BNnÉ
250.11 .ar Pheadar, do bhí san taitheamh 'na bhfuair na
taisbéanta rúnda, TSh. 2987 .tathamh a dtuarasca the
dearth of news
, Ó Bruad. iii 178.18 . ? Here also:ina thotham
10chotaltai, BDD² 837 .gan tátham gan toirmeasg without
delay or hindrance
, ML 48.28 . Asvn.:bím agtathamh
'sag taisteal san tslighe libh`whether ye rest or whether ye
walk the way I'm with you
' (of death), O'Gr. Cat. 593.36.
(b)Hencethe sleep of death, death: to ┐ t. ¤ .i. bás, H.3.18,
15 652 ( O'C. 1471 ).ger thriall tathaim`thought it was a fatal
project
,' Met. Dinds. iii 56.21 .co nostarraid trom-thathum
`the death-sleep,' iv 284.20 .
? To this:coimnitius co taithaim comsuide .u. la .x. no
.xx. aidche, H.3.18,12a ( O'C. 27 ), `? lapse,expiry ,' Plummer
20MS. notes.