trebrad

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Forms: treabhradh

n o, m. IGT Verbs § 82.

(a) act of plaiting, weaving: ? in bratt condaig Fer Berna | acht ni t.¤ ní coimge, Met. Dinds. iv 332.36 . Of the structure of a building: mar threabhradh ar thaobhaibh eang, DDána 119.26 . saor ga treab[h]radh is ga táth, 31 .

(b) Most commonly in attrib. gs. plaited, woven. Of clothes, armour, etc.: garblēne trebraid, TBC² 3285 . léine threbraid síte fria chnes, TBC 5273 . lurecha landluthi lántrebraid ` well-braided;' TTr. 166 . iomdha cotún ... is feilm ... 's beirt trom treabhraidh, DDána 111.21 . Of a house: 'na t[h]ig t[h]rebraid, Arch. iii 306 § 11 . In names of metres: laidh treabhraidh beg, mor, IT iii 95 § 146 , § 147 . atait da cenel ... for deachnaid moir .i. sned-dhechnad ┐ deachnad trebraid, BB 297a26 . See IT iii 136 - 7 . Fig. of a people: o fhine threabhraidh Teamhrach, Top. Poems² 160 . Note also: i talmain trebruid, ZCP viii 231.

? is fidi trebraid na mbreth netged, O'C. 1927 ( 23 P 3, 25a ). Perh. g p. in: títhe láintreabhradh ós lionn | do tráicht- dealbhadh d'fhíthe fhionn (descr. of a house), DDána 119.30 . See Measgra Mh. Uí Chléirigh 147 § 11 n.