1 trían

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 trían or dil.ie/41887

Forms: trian, trian, trian, trian, trian, triuin, trín, triin, trin, aíntrín, treana, triun, trín, trena, trian, dtrian

n o,n., later also m. IGT Decl. § 76 . Orig. disyll. ( Ériu x 93 §6 , Lib. Hymn. 124.160 ). n s. a trian naill, Laws iv 180.22 . trian nurgnama, ii 364.11 . a trian naill, TBC² 370 . in trian aile, CRR 16.3 . in trian , Auraic. 935 . g s. triuin, AU i 422.1 . trín, MU² 553 . ? triin, LL 150b40 . trin, Laws ii 136.11 Comm. aíntrín, IGT Decl. ex. 1246 . treana, Ó Bruad. iii 204.12 . d s. triun, TBC² 209 . trín, TBC 4198 . n p. trena, see (b) infra. n du. da trian , Laws ii 30.5 . dá dtrian , DDána 80.37 .

(a) third part: trian naithgina ar mifagbail `one third of restitution ... for leaving ... unprotected,' Laws ii 56.19 . is in tucht so con-fodlat a trene `they divide the thirds accordingly,' 362.x . ni furecht cid óen screpul | ba mo tríun arailiu `it was not discovered that by one scruple any third was greater than another,' Lib. Hymn. 124.160 . co triun int slōig, TBC² 1313 . batir díbergaig trá trian fer nÉrenn, BDD² 398 . mo trín is lugu lethi more than a third and less than a half, TBC 4198 . is é ro delig dia dían | i trenaib o Muir Thorrián, LL 135a35 ( PRIA xvi 230 ). nī hairémthar trian a maithiusa ┐ a gnīmrad, ZCP viii 111.19 . rí nimhe 'n-a thrí treanaibh, Aithd. D. 69.9 . Cf. trian randaigechta moiri inso, IT iii 84.12 , as name of type of metre.

(b) In pl. celebration, festival, rites, funeral games: na trenae samna, LU 3226 , `the triple feast of Samuin,' SC² 6 . a trenaib Tailltin, Mann. and Cust. i dcxl.y = Met. Dinds. iv 156.149 v.l. Cf. 158.163 . `treanadh' ainm gach caoinidh, Met. Gl. 18 § 53 . trena ebraice, trenon graece, lamentatio latine, de quibus trena dicuntur apud nos , O'Mulc. 874 . treana .i. lamhchomairt, no bualadh bas, treana tailltean .i. bualadh bas no égcáoine do bhiodh a dtailtin, treanadh .i. cáoineadh, O'Cl.

(c) band, company: dochunnuic Gyi trian troigthech ... ac techt, ZCP vi 45.15 . t.¤ curadh tíad in gach tír, | gidh umhal iad don airdrígh, L.Cl.A.Buidhe 95.55 .

(d) Applied to towns etc., district, quarter: princeps triuin Corcaighe, AU i 422.1 . Raith Aird-Macha ... do loscadh ... ┐ sreth do Triuin Mor ┐ sreth do Triun Saxan, ii 50.7 . da sreith Trin Massain ┐ in tres sreith do Trian mor, 86.15 . loiscit an Trían-medhonach, iii 512.z . See Hog. Onom. and Reeves, Ancient Churches of Armagh p. 19 . Cf. ag taistiol na dtrian `traversing districts,' Ó Bruad. iii 122.5 .

Compds. ¤drong?: triandrong .i. trí deocha, O'Cl. ¤gille pledge consisting of one third: langille, ┐ lethgille, triangille ┐ smachtgille (sic leg.), Laws i 260.19 , see 276 Comm. , `Drittel-Unterpfand,' Cóic Con. Fug. 76 . ¤gol: ní fhiadaim trianghul a ngalair `nor can I e'en bewail a third of its affliction,' Ó Bruad. i 150.3 . ¤rann third part: trénmilidi ... trían-rainni in talman, TTr. 1337.