trachlad

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1 trácht

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Forms: tráicht

n (originally with short -ă-) u, n. and m. T.¤ ṁBenn- choir, TBFr. 428 . o and u, m., IGT Decl. § 38 (87.18) . g s. in tráicht , ex. 1005 . See Ériu xiii 161 n. 4 .

Strand, shore: ní tirga tara trachtu, Ml 121a17 . inna trachtae, 67d24 . inna trachta gl. litorum, 20 . inna trachtae, 24 . frithe trachta `waif of a strand,' Laws v 320.9 . feam cacha trachta `the sea-wrack of every strand,' 484.1 . a com- fhad and sin dono do tracht, iv 138.17 . dosrat in diliu fo thracht | acht inrothecht ind oenbarcc, SR 2535 . in tan as tráig for cach tracht (: barcc), 7904 . os cech thracht fri sratha smacht | ind arc o shunn doroacht, 5511 . tond mo tugi tracht mo fraig the wave is my roof, the strand my wall, LU 2974 . ní sochtmar anocht in tracht (: aréracht), Met. Dinds. iii 214.53 . aichre ri tráchta trethna (?: fachta), 104.8 . tar trachta tanach tīrmaide, Aisl. MC 85.21 . conice trachtu Mara Ruaidh, Ériu ii 98.27 . risin tracht teas, Acall. 859 . tráicht mhíne ós mhoighibh leabhra, TD 28.34 . a ciomsaibh t.¤ `edges of the strands,' 24.36 . tráicht fhalmha dá inneise (: báirc), DDána 107.4 . go ro ghabhsatt tracht `they were permitted to land,' FM v 1788.21 . gur gabsat an tracht, Leb. Gab. 84.z .

Common in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.

Compds. ¤aile: tracht-aile (sic leg.) `a strand-fence ,' Laws v 270.14 . ¤port shore: o tracht-portaib Toraighe, MR 254.11 . ¤fhinnfhuar cool-stranded: tar tuinn tráicht- fhionnfhuair, Aithd.D. 53.2 . ¤gel bright-stranded: go portuib ... tráicht-geala Toirinnsi, Celt. Rev. iii 136.21 . ¤te warm-stranded: an tonnbhán tráichtte (Ireland), DDána 107.1 .

2 trácht

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n [u, m.] the sole of the foot, the foot: t.¤ (na coisi), IGT Decl. § 95 . mór an baoghal an t.¤ thall, A. Ó Dálaigh xxvii 5. caidhe an bhas nó an t.¤ tana, xliv 6 . soillse an t.¤ is an taobh seada, Aithd.D. 43.7 . troigh ghealmhálla is t.¤ buinn, Dánta Gr.² 16.99 . gur sháruigh a sála, 's a t.¤ do ba deas, Hard. ii 16.z . gan t.¤ mbuinn i slabhradh, TD 9.24 . ó th.¤ go folt, Ó Bruad. ii 166.23 . go bonn t.¤ , Oss. iv 136.23 .

Perh. also instep: leagur cuisle fo tracht a coisi `uena quae est sub cauilla pedis interius,' Ir. Texts v 16.19 .

Compd. ¤aidlenn: co tracht-aidlennaib bar traiged `to your heels,' MR 176.z .

3 trácht

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n (tracht ?) strength, vigour: t.¤ .i. neart, dithraicht .i. aimhneartmhar, O'Cl. t.¤ .i. segh no nert, O'C. 2078 ( H. 4.22, 67c ). acht na tuca rige dar tracht, co fis a hetrachta uirre `but so as he does not ride it beyond its strength, knowing its want of strength,' Laws iii 182.15 Comm. tar trocht (sic), co fis a etracht, 180.14 Comm. fer tríath cen t.¤ im thogail `a weakling without force for foray,' Met. Dinds. iv 8.15 . ruc a nert ┐ a tract ┐ a seitir uaidibh, RC xliii 52.31 . ni raibi nert na tracht ann, xxiii 412.2 .

? condossaersat di cech thracht | Diborra ocus Barác, SR 5295 . ? asraracht cen treithi tracht, 2855 .

4 trácht

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n m. Mod. Ir. form of 1 tráchtad discourse, account, mention: laibheóram san t.¤ so síos, TSh. 30 . léigfead díom don chur so gan t.¤ foirleathan do dhéanamh uirre, 3942 . ní tréigfear liom mo th.¤ go fóill `I shall not cease my narrative yet,' Oss. iv 188.11 . do chualamairne t.¤ ar Fhionn, 272.9 . níl cleas dá mb'fhéidir léaghadh ná t.¤ air, ZCP v 212.287 (Midn. Court). ní ag t.¤ air a bheid, Mun. Poets ii 26.2 . See also under trá.

5 trácht

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n (perh. a development of 4 trácht) trade, inter- course; movement, travelling: re t.¤ ceannaidheachta do tharraing ó thíribh oile, Keat. iii 4257 . gan t.¤ ná cean- naidheacht do dhul innte, 5304 . a ccathruigh a bhfuil iomad tráchta, Mac Aingil 393.17 . don ghréin do ghloine a tráchta | canaidh a ceol orgánta from the clearness of its course (a bird), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 164.61 . dá gcasaidsin is eachtra dhian a dt.¤ , Hackett xvii 19 . do scarassa lem anmainn ar dt.¤ Tiobóid death (?), xviii 23 . chum t.¤ a g-céin, Mun. Poets ii 94.x . ar d-teacht dúinn t.¤ chum láthair, Oss. vi 96.15 .

? Compd.: ? títhe ... | do tráichtdealbhadh d'fhíthe fhionn (descr. of a house), DDána 119.30 .

? 6 trácht

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n 's a dha chomfhad ar tracht `and in breadth (?) two lengths,' Duan. F. ii 232.3 (cf. 3 trácht ?).

7 trácht

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1 tráchtach

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Forms: tráchta

n o, m. (1 trácht) strand: roreth ina agaid co hur an trachtaig, D iv 2, 75vb34 . Leg. tráchta ?

? 2 tráchtach

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Forms: rothrathrach, rothrachtach

adj o, ā (3 trácht) strong: ron rothrathrach (leg. rothrachtach , Meyer) `a seal of great strength,' ZCP ii 315.10 .

1 tráchtad

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Forms: tractad

n u, m. vn. of 1 tráchtaid act of discussing; com- mentary, interpretation: ar trachtad són `our commentary,' Ml 25a4 . is he a trachtad, 46c14 . forsani as .corda. trachtad lesom anisiu, 53a1 . resin chanoin hisiu atá a trachtad, 57a12 . do trachtad int sailm, 25a6 , 7 . inna trachtaib, 35b22 , Celtica xix 178 . tractad gl. commentum, Sg. 179a3 . hisin tráctad, 4b11 . annsa chorp, annsa trachtadh, O'C. 283 ( H. 3.18, 151 ). corp ┐ tráctad `text and commentary,' RC viii 358.z . gorab den fri trachta[d] .i. gorab ... daingen in trachta[d] ceille doberr as na corpa, O'Dav. 737. drecht d'écsib ceta bátar | cardáis tractad cech cetail, Met. Dinds. iii 104.10 . ic trachtad libair Ióib, PH 5681 . ac trachtad na coibige fathachdo so commenting on this prophetic text, YBL 169b24 . an Tuathal Teachtmhar-so ar a bhfuilmíd ag tráchtadh, Keat. ii 3930 . cá nídh dhamh tráchtadh ort, Hard. i 8.7 . trachtadh, toirbheart `tradition, a treatise,' Eg. Gl. 607 . trāchtad ... do ptisis, RSláinte 1639 . See 4 trácht.