tuinsem

Cite this: eDIL s.v. tuinsem or dil.ie/42364

n uand o, m. vn. of 2 do-nessa.

(a) act of trampling on, crushing under foot: grēss a gressu .i. ō chomainsem nó t.¤ , O'Mulc. 646 . in fers a fhil a th.¤ fen = de sui ... con- culcatione ( Luke iv 11 ) PH 4842 . do fhollsiugad in tuinnsim- sin, 4843 . seacht mbliadna ara chorránuibh gan a thuinn- siomh re talmain `without treading on the ground' (austerity practised by a saint), ZCP i 64 § 65 = Mart. Don. Nov. 25 . ic a tuindsium fo traig[th]ibh, CCath. 3180 . co d-tuc tuindsemh ... da cois uada i n-Dubthach gave D. a kick, TBC p. 399 n. 10 . Fig. īar tundsem a tríchait (sic) `having trodden under foot his thirty years,' Hail Brigit 5.

(b) impact, shock: bachall undsen, trom a tundsemh `heavy its crushing,' RC xxvii 270.7 . cach airdi bias in torad bid trumaidi a thuindseom ac toitim, YBL 167b34 . ba hecail leo tuindseom ┐ truma na mesi sin ar a met `impact,' TTebe 2485 . tuinnsiomh na ttreinfhear acca ttrasccradh, FM v 1278.2 . Of the thrust of a spear: curolécc (sic) triar dib do teora tuindsemhaibh don tsleigh, D iv 2, 57vb 22 . gur bho oirbhe tréitholl ... an trom-sgiath do'n toinuseamh sin, ML 88.18 . do ratt N. tuinnseamh don tsleigh ... fo ioctar a slinnéin ... for M., FM vi 2214 29 . Of the wind: li trentuinnsemhaibh tuathairde tarmgaithi strong buffetings, LL 410b22 . Cf. MR 236.21 . as é ... a thuinnseamh fá tréan onslaught , ML 134.17 . la tuinnsiumh an tren phúdair ` explosion ,' FM vi 2012.12 . gach orc dhibh ac tabhairt tuindsiumha for a chomhair `making a forward effort,' Oss. v 68.23 .