torbaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. torbaid or dil.ie/41445

v ā (According to Thurneysen, quoted Bruchst. § 28 , a loanword from Lat. turbare; O'Brien, Ériu xi 91 , regards it and W. tyrfu as cognate with the Latin word. Plummer, Ériu ix 32 , takes it as a continuation of ¤derban (see turbaid), but there are early exx. of the simple verb) hinders, injures, confuses: ainsium Crist ... ar thein, ar threthan torbas, Thes. ii 352.4 . torbais Conchobar ┐ a muinter (muintir, O'Brien, Ériu ix 91 ) annisin connarbo etir leo a ngluasacht, TBC² 519 . torbais dál báis sech cech ndúis | gnúis cháin cid álaind a lí, Ériu v 211.74 . nadat torbad (.i. nachat tairmescad) dit gaisciud, MU² 50 . nibartorbae, ērim n-uag | diliu thromm troeta trenṡluag, SR 2625 . nimthorba gaim `stört mich nicht,' Bruchst. 15 § 28 . nim torba | cia beth nech ic ól chorma, LB 232 marg. sup. gemadh adhaigh fhada dhamh ... nimtorbha daig (leg. fo daig) neich do caingnimaib adamra[ib], Anecd. ii 3.17 . nistorband gach tōir, ZCP x 53.20 .