túagmíl

Cite this: eDIL s.v. túagmíl or dil.ie/42150

n (1 túag + 1 míl. Cf. Acall. Gloss. and CCath. Gloss. , where Stokes postulates a word míl `brooch'). A gold or silver ornament of shields and tunics, incorporating an animal design. The first member of the compound may indicate a curved outline for the ornament or may refer to interlaced work. See Wi., TBC (cf. Introd. p. xxiv), BDD2, TBFr., and ÉC ii 13 n. 2 . `Schnörkeltier,' Heldensage 287 . tri duibscéith co túagmílib óir, LU 7305 . Cf. 9271 . IT i 310.x . da gelsciath co túagmilaib argit findi foraib, TBC 4373 . tri sceith ... co d-tuágmhilaibh fiondruine forra, 5536 . di boccótib bána brecdathacha fo thuagmílaib dergóir, TTr. 611 . túagmíla ... di ór ┐ airget ... isind léne, BDD² 10 . lénti ... co túagmílaib óir impu, TBFr. 21 . tuaghmílu ingantachu di ór ... issind lénith, IT i 119.18 . da each ... cungi co tuagmilaib airgdidib foraib, Ir. MS. Series 174.11 ( YBL 118a4 ). cat[h]cris ... cona tuaghmilibh rinnta d'or ┐ d'airgett on ur co araile de, CCath. 4684.