2 tráchtad

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n (cf. 5 trácht ?) act of drawing (blood) (?): ni ro fhulig tractad fola fair (conach forgaibh drisiu fala fair, v.l.) `kein Ritz von Blut blutete auf ihm,' TBC 1892.

1 tráchtaid

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v ā (Lat. tractare, see Ped. i 229 and Bergin, Ériu xii 223 ). comments, annotates, discusses: forsaní as né silias ... trachtid anisiu, Ml 48a6 . forsa mmimoriam trachtid som isindisiu, 53d14 . forsaní as dilinquat trachtaid anísiu, 55c6 . forsa trachta `on which ... comments,' 46c14 . forsan dixi trachtait in da focull sa, 51a14 . t.¤ in t-apstal in cesta sin, LU 2542 . clann maicne Criche Rosa | do trachtas don turus so, LL 394.y . is olc didiu ro-tracht diabul sunn in scriptúir has misinterpreted scripture, PH 4840 . iss ed notrachtatais, rath, Anecd. v 25 n. 20 . Ó Talcharáin do thráchtos, Top. Poems² 744 . do mhér mheadhóin mhíleadh Greg | ní thuigim nár thrácht Mairghrég | ... | fuighle N. `I think that Margaret has taught to the middle finger of the Grecian warriors,' Ériu ix 166.33 . Cormac ... | é ro thracht teagasg na ríogh, Content. iv 28 . mar a dtrácht- ann ar na sléibhtibh, TSh. 6583 . mar a dtráchtar ar na trí básaibh, p. 1 . na mná so lé a dtráchtann na draoithe go léir, ITS xvii 232.8 .

Vn. 1 tráchtad.

2 tráchtaid

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v ā (1 trácht) beaches, wrecks: ros-mugaig, ros- mill, ro tracht | tri coecat barc `he wrecked, destroyed, stranded thrice fifty ships,' Fél. 200.28 . ? bi[d] bliadain co fa tri fri trenderosc cinn conid-noiscfe di sunn tractfaid belrai binn 'for the firm verdict on a head [the period] is three years. He who shall alter it from this shall wreck (?) the bright law' Bretha 46 § 37 .

tráchtaide

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Forms: trachtide, trachtaidi

adj io, iā (1 trácht) of the strand, littoral: trachtide gl. litoria, Ml 67d21 . trachtaidi gl. litorias, 89d17 .

tráchtaigid

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v g = 1 tráchtaid: tráchtuigh gach éinní, Desid. 15.

tráchtaire

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n io,m. (1 tráchtaid) commentator: ol in trachtaire `says the commentator,' Ml 56c14 . issed dorimeat alaile traghtairi `this is what some commentators reckon,' Hib. Min. 43 . ised asperat sési na trachtaire `this is what numbers of the commentators say,' 345 . mar innisit trachtaireda na canoni noími, LU 2405 . etargnaigit na trachtaire noema corp Crist, PH 5178 . atfiadat din na trachtaireda, 3288 . amal is cétfaid do na trachtairib, 6705 . trachtaire tairisi na canoine noeme, RC xlvi 234.3 . trachtaire amail Grigoir Roma, Lism.L. 3325 . trāchtairidhi na (sic leg.) screptra naoimhe `commentators on the Holy Scripture,' Fl. Earls 164.y .

tráchtairecht

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n ā, f. (tráchtaire) commentary: tráchtairecht forsa liquitur insin, Sg. 145a4 . Cf. trathairecht ?

Traconitide

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pn [io] inhabitant of Trachonitis: is uad atát Tra- conitidi, LU 107.

tradna

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x see tragna.

Trae

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pn see Troí.

traeth

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(adj. ?) neuter: trōeth .i. gach neutur .i. nem nech- tardea, Corm. Y 1220 = traaeth .i. cach nechtraige ┐ cach neotur, Corm. 42 . t.¤ , Auraic. 1236 , 1475 , etc. traoth gach neotor, 4561 . troth, 1458 , 1461 , 1465 . traet, 1468 .