tegdais

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Forms: tegais, tegdas, techdais, tegdaise, tegdassa, tegdais, tegdaissi, tégdais

n [? ī, i, and ā, f. cf. Thurn. Hdb. § 293 ] (tech. See Bidrag 154 ). Somet. spelt tegais. n s. also tegdas, SR 4206 . LU 8043 . techdais, Thes. ii 294.11 . g s. usually tegdaise, but tegdassa, Thes. ii 292.22 . d s. tegdais. n a p. tegdaissi, Ml 65c13 . 121d5 .

I

(a) house, dwelling, mansion : ind uile t.¤ .i. plebs gl. domus, Wb 33a3 . cenmathá in t.¤ nucut, 33a4 . isin t.¤ `in the house,' 33a5 . is hé som ... conrotaig in t.¤ , 33a5 . hi t.¤ Annae ┐ Cafae, Ml 44b1 . di techdaisib sainemlaib, 105b7 . amal t.¤ foratochar deglí gl. ut domus ..., Tur. 14 . i tōeb tegdaise `beside her house,' Thes. ii 348.1 . do th.¤ Abraim, SR 2802 . for lár do tegtisiu `on the floor of thy house,' Mon. Tall. 160.3 . hi t.¤ máir, LU 10089 . Bethfaghe ... dommus maxillarum `t.¤ na leccan,' PH 4548 . hi tairec a tige techta ... nar ap tech salach ... no narp aen do na tri tegdaisi `one of the three inferior houses,' Laws i 130.19 Comm. a theagh- dais óir puirt Parrthais (of the Blessed Virgin), A. Ó Dálaigh xxv 10. dā beg-loing dessa go tteghduisip lonnradhacha `with white houses,' Fl. Earls 102.16 . teaghdhaisi treabhar- dhaingne (for storing food), ML 6.25 . go nglanuid teghais a gcoinnsiasa go minic (of people who go frequently to confession), Mac Aingil 291.14 .

(b) With attributes of houses adapted to special purposes: tégdais ngadaige (a s.), PH 7572 . tegdaise rígda palaces , Alex. 884 . Metaph. of the system of literary rank: cli .i. fo cosmailius na clethi bis isin t.¤ sdaraigi `the historian- house,' Laws v 28.7 Comm. a teaghais na filidhechta, iv 358.24 Comm.

II

(a) tabernacle, church : tegdas Dé tabernacol, SR 4206 . t.¤ ernaigthe a house of prayer, PH 4588 . rocumdaighedh teghdhais fo leith dó ┐ tuccadh a corp indte mausoleum (?), RC xxv 400.2 . i dteaghdhaisibh muinighine in tabernaculis fiduciae, TSh. 10907.

(b) room, apartment : seomraidhe codalta go tteghduissip tomhaltuiss ` dining-rooms ,' Fl. Earls 70.15 . teghduiss stuidéir ` study ,' 104.13 . ? Here also : frisin tuirid ... no imfuilnged in tech co torchratar na tri tegdáisi batar a cínd a cheli ann, LB 128a4 . Cf. secht tteghdhuissidhi ag in diūc i n-a ndingentor ┐ i n-a n-ullmhaighther salann `the Duke has seven mines,' Fl. Earls 82.4 .

(c) Of heaven and hell : an tAthair fhuil thuas | i n-a theaghdhais thriuir, Studies 1931, 262 § 16 . an teaghdhais i dtá Íosa, Dán Dé v 31 . hi tégdais tirimm tenntige (of hell), PH 8297 . i dteaghdais diabhail, DDána 29.28 .

(d) apostolic seat, see : tegduis apstolicda, ITS xix 70.6 . tri tegduisi oiregda (i.e. foundations of SS. Peter, James and John), 17 . tegduis apostolice, Fl. Earls 258.21 .

(e) Med. of bodily organs : atáit trí tegdaisi ag an fual, O'Gr. Cat. 251.1. as na teghdhaisibh uachtaracha, 23 K 42, 202.15 .

(f) Of the joints of the fingers used to find the days of the week on which Saints' Days fall : gébé teagais do na seacht teagasaibh adubramair ... ar a tuiteand silla na féile ... más ar teaghais an domnaigh ... eir an teagais as neasa na diaigh is ar an luan, O'Gr. Cat. 296.17 ff.

(g) ship, part of a ship (?), see under 1 tes, tlusdais.

COMPDS. ba roi-dhes teghduis-līnmhar ... in colāiste sin, Fl. Earls 68.20 .