tuignech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tuignech or dil.ie/42316

n ā, f. (tuigen)

(a) mantle worn by a poet: co tucad a th.¤ do Fherchertne fhile, RC xxvi 8.12 . gabais a thugnig imme. Tri datha na tugnigi. .i. tugi do ittib én ṅgel ar medón ..., 12.14 . iman tuighnigh ollaman, IT iii 186.z . ós chionn éigeas fhear nUlad | teacht san tuighnigh ollamhan, DDána 121.9 .

(b) mantle, cloak, covering in general: ni thardsubair etach no tiugnach écin dam ummumm, PH 6159 . tuidnech fircluimhe fair, Acall. 6017 v.l. ( p. 325 ). rogab tuidnidh do tsida derg ime, D iv 2, 58ra45 . Of a bed-covering: roderid imdaigh n-aird ... co tuighnig sainemail sroill occa himfolach, 75rb33 . i dtuighnigh adhfhuair iaruinn in armour , DDána 96.15 .

? fo tarrib taebleirg t.¤ , Auraic. 5147.

(c) flowing hair, covering head and shoulders: tuighnech [phutairle] forro co formnaib a ngualann 'a mantle or covering of thick hair (on the head)' Acall. 3745 , 5028 , 6017 , Éigse xiii 178 .