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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.

tathamair,tathaim Orig. depon.vb., later act. (cf. tám,
támaid,tatham. See KZ xxiii 217 ).Pret. 3 s. died,perished:
(a) With depon. ending:conid 'sin tṡléib t. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv
34.52 .conid eiter a lamaib rothathamir cúrui`that it was
25in their hands that C. expired
,' Mon. Tall. 153.13 .Colam
ro thathamar, YBL 126b32 .ro th. ¤ an t-each, FM vi 2216.7 .
rot. ¤ an tí Art, Hugh Roe 24.2 . (b) Without depon. ending:
tathaim .i. fuair bás, O'Cl.co ndecmaic tart bráighit do,
co tathaim de, RC xv 426.y .Dalo tathaim diarbo thimm,
30 Met. Dinds. iii 276.17 . ?is Nathí, co trom-thathaim
(:achaid), iv 284.24 .ro tathaimh do bhedhg aonuaire,
FM i 308.19 .tathaimh Fea ba buan bladh, Leb. Gab.
180.21 .3 p. rotathaimhseat , FM i 276.6 .

tathchor n o,m. vn.ofdo-aithchuiredar. (a)Intrans.return-
35ing: a tadchur huli`the return of them all,' Ml 34d20 .tad-
chor as in doiri, 131c11 .taidchor, 117b5 . 131d11 - 13 .ni
fil taidchur do dochum in choirpsin ... na bíd taidchur
dúnni dano don chorp marbdu, Wb 3a14 .in taidchorgl.
reversionem, Ml 47b3 .ma arfuirestae díb in taidchur són,
40 47b6 .iar taidchur dochum a tire, 62b4 .taidchuir dochum
a thire`of return to his land,' 62c8 .in daithchuirgl.recursús,
42c26 .taidchuir macc nisrahel a doiri`of the return,'
46a26 .t. ¤ a bás i mbás ... tadchor a bás i mbethaid, LU
2686 .ní bia traig cen tatcor, Anecd. ii 41 § 13 .conar
45dorcha drub cen t. ¤ (of death), LL 371a15 . ?a tadhgor
Scota do milidh | do chosnam in tiri síar, BB 19b27 . ?o
forcend flathiusa Meadh co tochur as Daire Babilonda,
MacCarthy 280.15 .
(b)Trans.sending back, away,returning: iarna th. ¤ a
50Pardos, SR 1474 .la t. ¤ ... Iohain`theremoval ,' Fél. June 24 .
bat iascaireda togaide iat ... fri t. ¤ in popuil docum cretme,
LB 181a4 .Of thereturningof afosterchildby thefoster-
father: tachur cen mialtur(text).i. tathchur a daghal-
trumu cen dethbiri, Laws ii 164.18 Comm. See Gloss.s.v.
55 iarraith.doluid alali banscal do t. ¤ maic for clerech do
muntir Patraicc, Ir. Texts i 14.11 `to accuse a priest of P.'s
household of being the father of her child
,' Ir. Hist. Studies i
132 . ?ina ta[?th]chur ar diumann(sic leg.)for sending her
away in contempt
, H.3.18,498 ( O'C. 1240 ).
60(c)cycle (of years),great Paschal cycleof532 years: in
bliadhain dedenach ind lantadchoir o tainic P. i n-Eirind
(i.e.964 = 432+532), AU i 478.12 , and see ii 46 n. cétna
bliadain tossaich óigtathcuir, RC xvi 406.14 .ni tig siclus
co cenn .v. mbliadan .xxx. ar .D. iar n-ogtaig cóir, Fél.
65 98.6 , see 465 . Seeógcompds.

tathchoirthe adj io, iā part.ofdo-aithchuiredar returned, as
subst. one who has returned,revenant: inna taidchoirthe as
in doiri`of those returned from the Captivity,' Ml 82c6 .
revolutio.i. tathchor na hanma i corpaib ecsamlaib iar
70ndesmirecht na tathchorthe, LU 2705.

tathchrantaid xseetaithchrentaid.

? tathchus n nib hanacol do neoch a fhirinne nó a th. ¤
` wealth(?),' RC xxvi 37 n. 4 . ?Leg. tochus.

tathellach xseetaithellach.

75 tathgaire xseetadgaire.

tat(h)laigid v g(?taithlech. See alsodo-álaig,do-atailci
tálgud,tláthaigidand RC xxxvii 217 ) appeases,calms,
soothes: ro thatlaig tria cheilg | ... | mac Eochach, LL
18a4 .is ardd rothatlaig in tress`loftily he tamed the strife'
80(Corr.), Met. Dinds. iii 462.35 .int app thall rostatlaig sund
`cherished her,' iv 176.24 .seachain an cleasaidhe cam | ná
tathlaigh é fád bhrat, Dánfhocail 182 . ? Here also:a
bhen talgai do mhacán .i. taltaigh, H.3.18,650a ( O'C. 1460 ).
?muna taidligthea o trom-chraide`unless he is purified by
85repentance
,' MR 122.9 .
Vn. tat(h)lugud:talgud no tathlugud .i. ceannsugud
nó crithnugud, O'Dav. 1573. talgadh .i. tathlughadh no
ceannsughadh, O'Cl.tic tathellach tathlúgud | co ngnithaib
fiad na slogaib(of the sea at the Day of Judgment), SR
8117 .ferr a túargain a tatlugud`better to beat them than
5to coddle them
', Tec. Corm. 16.108 v.l.?taltughadh .i.
gabáil,ut est, molbhthach a ainm in taltaighther .i. is
molbhthach a hainm in tan bithar aca taltugadh .i. aca
gabail, H.3.18,62b ( O'C. 81 ).Part.:trenfir tenna tairisi
tatlaighti an talman` disciplined ', CCath. 5380.