tath

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adj (? táth) withered, dry: t.¤ .i. searg, O'Cl.

1 táth

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n o g s. táith, tátha m., IGT Decl. § 38 . ? Cf. trachtad tagha a connected account, CS 2.5 (tagh ` welding, soldering ,' O'R.).

I

(a) joining, welding, soldering, binding: sleg taith `riveted spear,' Met. Dinds. ii 64.11 and Corr. nīr fearr a t[h]. ō thossaig its original soldering had been no better, ZCP viii 563 § 21 . saor gá treabhradh is ga t.¤ (from a descr. of a castle), DDána 119.31 . cloidhmhe táith ` welding-beams ,' Dán Dé xxix 14 . tar a dhuilleogach ... | is fíordhaingean fuaighealtáith `firmly stitched together' (of a book), Studies, 1923, 597 § 2 . a lamh dhes arna t.¤ fría táobh, BNnÉ 296 § 28 . ? fair tuc cen t.¤ a thascur `in loose order,' Met. Dinds. iii 452.23 and Corr. Hence in abstract sense: ni rofhedas m'inntinn ... do thath fria fer da eis, Ériu iv 50.31 . ar dtoil do th.¤ re toil nDé, DDána 3.1 . fir ris nach soshnadhma síoth | fríoth comhardha ó dtigh dá t.¤ from men with whom peace is not easily made have come messages seeking to establish it, 106.18 . t.¤ rem dhúthaigh to cleave to my native land, PBocht 21.1 .

(b) Hence in political sense uniting, rallying, annexing (countries, peoples, etc.): is é linn táith ar dtíre, DDána 113.41 . t.¤ críoch maighrech Maisten `to annex,' O'Gr. Cat. 504.20. goradh táith úaibh d'Iarmh- umhain | do-chúaidh fa Ráith ríoghLughuidh, IGT Decl. ex. 1050 . re t.¤ na ttreab, Top. Poems 90.19 . t.¤ na pobal, Rel. Celt. ii 264.12 .

(c) Med. act of healing: t.¤ cruä tar cniä (.i. cnesugud tar goimh) (B. na f.), ZCP xii 360.25 . a chos briste ... nár bféidir t.¤ ná leiges d'fagbáil di, SG 281.7 . pudar táith pulverem consolidationis, O'Gr. Cat. 271.14. an cíoch gonta gur ghabh t.¤ , DDána 30.19 .

(d) Hence (?) in religious poems saving from sin, salvation (? or from (a) uniting with God) : an dealg dár dhú ar dt.¤ , PBocht 5.14 . ag sin an t.¤ réidh rompa `salvation,' 12.46 . t.¤ na daonnachta `saviour of humanity' (of Mary), Studies 1932, 577 § 9 . ? Cf. isat bráithri fá dó dam | d'ar táthne dá ró ar ruathar `if they rush in to support us,' Caithr. Thoirdh. 101.34 .

Various: fo th.¤ talman `under earth's sod,' Met. Dinds. iii 24.298 . ? for cend ṅgai .i. i commaid ríg ar se is chend isin t.¤ , LL 187c23 . ? días cen t.¤ is cen tár-lúad `free from stain,' Met. Dinds. iv 204.18 .

II a kind of cheese (made of curds ?) : tath .i. mulchán `cheese, impressed made of sour buttermilk,' P. O'C. Cf. fuair an mnaí ag tath an grotha `making curds,' ZCP i 464.9 . cosmail do chássi no th.¤ , RC ix 490.13 = LU 1816 . lodmor īersin i tochor tāith, Aisl. MC 121.32 . nús, núa corma, tarb, t.¤ ` curdles ,' Tec. Corm 21.6 .

Compds. ¤béim see taithbéim. ¤chlann: t. umhal an oidis `learning's humble clan,' Ó Bruad. ii 238 . ¤chengal close union: táirtheabhar ... | táithcheangal go nuaidhe a-nos, DDána 79.28 . nach gabhann Críost táithcheangal ris an bpeacthach, TSh. 9606 . ¤chengailte closely joined to (le): táith-cheangailte lé gníomharthaibh Dé, tre ghliú na ngrás, TSh. 8485 . ¤éilem making close exactions: tar iomad a bhfaicim ar ghallaibh ag táithéiliomh, Ó Bruad. iii 154 . ¤gremannach firmly-gripping: gurob ... tath- greamannacha tuinide bar tren-fear, MR 126.4 . ¤lassair: conid nārlassair in rí | a tāthlassair teintidi, SR 3792 ; `dissolving flame,' Wortk. 129 . ¤lecc some kind of (large ?) stone (`a firm-set stone ,' Comp. Con C. Gloss. ): is cumma atrachtatár cluid ┐ cairthe ... ┐ tathleca ┐ murgrían in tal- man, LU 6502 . ra ecratar a munter in carpat imme do chlochaib ┐ chorthib ┐ tathleccaib móra (i.e. stones for combat), TBC 4606 . ra gabastar de chlochaib ┐ chorthib ┐ tathleccaib móra bar feraib hErend, 4619 . ro ghabhsat for tealccadh táithleac ttuinigthe `massy flags,' FM vi 1982.2 . Cf. táthluib. ¤liaig surgeon, physician: dá fer dég ... do tháithlegaib, SG 281.8 . go ndeachaidh ... ar ceann an taithleagha, Keat. ii 4570 . See fáithliaig. ¤lind healing fluid, lotion: culfiacail tallad as a cind ann-sin, ┐ in liaig tucastar taithlind fuithi, Laws v 355 n. (b) . See also 2 linn (L 164.17). ¤lomchruaid ? : do thimsugad luirech ... tath-lom-chruaid, MR 224.8 . ? Leg. táthluib-chruaid. ¤luib see separate article. ¤Niall ? : ruc Torna t. dia thaig, Ériu iv 94 § 11 . ¤ṡluagach having a united army (?) : imthúsa Sída ... meic Meiccon ... táthsluagaig, Caithr. Thoirdh. 10.19 .

2 táth

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n (? cf. 1 táth) a lock of hair: do th.¤ réidh reamhar is casta 's is cíordhuibhe, Hackett xx 33 . a chúl na dt.¤ bhfiar, Dánta Gr.² 37.2 . a wisp, bunch of grass (?): rolen cen táth as cach thur 'he followed without a wisp from every bush' Met. Dinds. iv 88.23 , Celtica iii 322 . See Dinneen.

3 táth

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n m. fornication: lucht an tátha fornicarii, TSh. 7233 . Cf. táid, táide, táithech.

? 4 táth

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n side (?) : i t.¤ na lettrach frisin raith anairtúaid, LL 30d23 =hi taobh na leitreach, Trans. RIA xviii 142 (1837) . attá tipra fo thath ratha anair, LL 30a49 .

tathag

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n o, m. weight, importance: t.¤ am' chaoint is suím is éifeacht (tachac, v.l.), ZCP v 217.483 (Midn. Court). cro- bhaire taithig, 221.627 v.l. is rí-óinbhid an choróinn cheart gan tathac it dhiaidh `the true crown is as a helpless idiot,' ITS iii 192.39 .

tathagach

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adj o, ā (tathag) weighty, solid: an teaghalach ... | toidhbhseach taithiogach dangan, ZCP v 208.142 (Midn. Court). do airigh mé t.¤ túnda é (of an infant), 219.573 (tathacach, v.l.).

táthaid, táithid

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v ā, i (1 táth)

(a) joins, welds, unites: tuathait .i. tathaid a croicni im na sciathaib `they sew the hides round the shields,' Laws v 106.12 Comm. rucsammar lind cloich cach fhir ... co rothadsem ar in muig piled them together (?), Festschr. Stokes 9.6 . mar táithtir truaill cuilg re céir, DDána 119.35 . bíodh greim fir 's a bheith ga bháthadh | ... [ó dtáthar thú] `a drowning man's hold, by which Thou mayst be held fast,' Aithd. D. 70.29 . do tháith rea ccorpaibh a ccinn (of two women who had been be- headed), BNnÉ 152.16 .

(b) Hence in abstr. meanings: ionnus gur tháith é féin ... re mnáibh deórata (Solomon), TSh. 8360 . ? mediator qui hanc iram oblatione placaret .i. notadad, ZCP vii 483.26 (see p. 493 ). ? tathais snechta siachta clo | is dirand do tucht atciu, H. 3.18, 75 ( O'C. 124 - 5 ).

(c) Med. heals, closes (a wound) : is mar so doníther an púdar re [a] táiter an cnedh, O'Gr. Cat. 271.19. créacht ... feola nach táithfe liaigh, Ó Bruad. iii 58 . Cf. do tháith an slait ... ris an gcréacht `applied the rod to the wound,' Keat. ii 279.

Vn. táthad=1 táth.

(a) ag táthadh a lámh re chéile, Eochairsg. 101.26 . tareis a laime do thaitheamh re píosa argaitt (of Nuadu), FM i 16.21 . ? sean-mhná gan lón d'á d-táthadh le gréin `basking in the sun,' Tribes of Irel. 68.10 . táthad (sic leg. ?) uilc re himnedh, Buile Ṡ., 56.11 .

(b) joining, uniting (peoples, armies etc.): táthud do shluagaib ┐ d'armaib a consolidator of hosts, TBC 533c . ó th.¤ na d-tuath, ML 92.13 . chum comhraic dá seoladh 's dá dtáthadh (of troops), Hackett xl 139.

Part. táithte: ar an gcuid úd don Bhreatain atá don leith thuaidh do Sacsaibh t.¤ ria pars quae ipsi Angliae con- tingens, Keat. ii 5868 . ba t.¤ id phearsain maicne Aodha `Aedh's sons were ... intimately welded,' Ó Bruad. i 58 . cibé rénar mian bheith táitte ris an mhaith shíordhaidhe, TSh. 10262.

See táthaigid.

? táthit

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n [i,m.] (1 táth) welder, smith, artificer: `dom- manic amh a hadbur,' ol in tathit, `.i. mu marbudh muna dernar sciath Conchulaind,' Ériu v 72.17 . See also 1 túathait.

tathaige

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x see 1 taithigid.

táthaigid

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Forms: táthugad

v g (1 táth) = 1 táthaid.

(a) welds, cements, joins; becomes joined, coalesces: é rotáthaig in tāthluim it was he who cemented the slingstone, ZCP v 504 § 4 , see Hermathena xlix 64 . gach slisne nobendais de do théighedh ina hinad arís ┐ do tháthaigeadh fó chédair used to cleave to its place (of a tree), SG 68.31 . leth-bonn as tigh gach Ráthaigh | Molaisi ara thír do thathaigh `a half-groat ... M. fastened upon his land' (of a tax), BNnÉ 249.14 . Abstr.: táthaigh a croidhe red chlí, DDána 45.13 . nach tathuighid na pea- cuigh sochar na Páise riú féin, Eochairsg. 51.31 .

(b) unites, consolidates (peoples, countries, etc.): monúar ní-for-táthaig `(Liath), alas ! unites you not,' Met. Dinds. iii 152.1 and Corr. gur tháthaigh rí cró chrúachain, IGT Decl. ex. 1354 . do táthaig a tír ┐ a tuatha ar fedh Tuadmuman, Caithr. Thoirdh. 136.37 . Also of persons: a mheic an té rom tháthuigh, cited Aithd. D. 16.17 n. gur tháthuigh an uile fhear | Muire an mháthair so that She drew to Herself every man, DDána 46.55 .

(c) Med. heals, closes (a wound): táthuightear an chuisle re leigiusaibh stiptecha, 3 C 22, 178b22 . da ngearrthar cnaim no cartilago ... ni fhasuidh ┐ ni thathuighid da éis neque augetur neque coalescit , 23 K 42, 92.19 .

Vn. táthugad:

(a) tú linn táthuighthe na talmhan cement (said of the Cross), DDána 41.39 . atá sé reidh chum táthuighe `it is ready for the sodering' Is. xli 7 . Abstr.: d'ár dtathughadh le sochar na Páise (function of the Mass), Eochairsg. 27.27 .

(b) tighearnas gan táthúghadh, ML 104.31 . cenn táthaighthi gacha tīre (of a person), ML² 1196 . le táthucchadh tuath, FM iii 368.1 .

(c) Med. con taidhe a tathuga[d], H.3.17 col. 632 - 3 ( O'Don. 880 ).