trop

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n o[,m.] (Lat. tropus) trope, figure of speech: t.¤ inso .i. epert innan aisndisen arnaib gnimaib, Ml 16d3 . fun t.¤ són, 66a4 . lán di cech thrup, 40b7 . sainigud truip són, 133c1 . in truip fil isnaib fersaib, 40c19 . secundum aili tri in t.¤ , Auraic. 2567 =trin-troip ` metaphorically ,' 5512 .

tropdae

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adj io, iā (trop) figurative: aisndís nuallach ┐ t.¤ , Ml 40d18 .

tropdaid

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(tropdae) figuratively only in adv. phrase in t.¤ gl. figurate, Ml 40d25 . 126c3 . in metaforecdaid .i. in tropdaid Ml. 40 c 8 .

? trosall

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adj léine th.¤ threabhnaidhe, CRR² 68.8 . `throsall for rosall =walrus hide shirt,' Ed.

1 trosc

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n (O.N. þorskr, Bidrag 93.4 ) codfish: co haigen na ttroscc ttonnbras, glossed: gus an ocen ar a mbí an cenél éiscc sin, Leb. Gab. 96.4 .

2 trosc

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n (a) name of a disease: pestis (.i. lepra) que uocata est in samhthrosc, AU i 54.9 .

(b) Of persons: íccaid luscu la truscu .i. la clamu ` lepers ,' Thes. ii 316.2 . Note also: truisc gl. raucae (factae sunt fauces meae, Ps. lxviii 4 ), Thes. i 3.15 (see Suppl.). See truscae.

troscad

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n uand o, m. vn. of troiscid. IGT Verbs § 71 . act of fasting: dídnad dond ala lucht et troscud dond lucht ailiu, Wb. 16c20 . coaid siirthrosctho `of the food of long fasting,' Thes. ii 38.28 . doluigti t.¤ dóib ind tand nombid cin troiscid leo `would be excused from fasting when they had made them- selves liable to fast,' Mon. Tall. 145.13 . is fota in troscud i taí, ScM.² 3 . áine ┐ t.¤ do dénum, PH 4694 . cia beth ... | ... [i] trednaib troiscthib, ZCP vii 498.9 . arra troiscthe do neoch legfas `an arreum for fasting,' RC xv 489 § 11 . tros- cadh do thabhairt fora laeghaibh `their calves to be kept from feeding,' St. Ercuil 1972 . brisim aoine i n-aimsir throisgthe, DDána 25a.10 . ar aithris an troiscthi dorinde an tigerna, BCC 116.29 . troisgthe na mbeó, TSh. 5015.

Of fasting with a view to the obtaining of a request, etc. (a legal procedure in Laws; the original sense as opposed to 2 aín, Ireland in Early Mediaeval Europe 169 ): tofet troscud a tobachsaide, Laws i 112.15 .i. is remtectacu lium t.¤ orraside na tobach athgabala dib, 114.6 Comm. (of nobles not liable to ordinary distress). in ti troisces tar taircsin reir do ... is sed coir cach troiscthe, 118.4-5 .i. is e ni is coir do scur troiscithi this is the proper thing to stop the [legal process of] fasting,' 118.20 Comm. bai Patraic ina t.¤ fri Día for Loeguiri, Trip. 556.29 . doronnsad ... trosgadh ḟria Demhan, RC xiv 28.4

troscaid

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x see troiscid.

trosis

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n (Lat. trochiscus) lozenge, tablet: dentar trosisi dib sin= fiant trochisci, Ir. Texts v 42.32 .

trosmar

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x see trostmar.

1 trost

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Forms: troisti, t.

n (see Thurn. Gramm. § 914 ). The pl. troisti included here is acc. to Stokes, CCath. Gloss., from a deriv. *troiste. beam: t.¤ gl. trabs, Sg. 70a4 . inna trosta ilecdi gl. iliceaeque trabes, 33b9 . srub tinne for troisd, Laws v 90.18 Comm. mimasc ... ainm do t.¤ comla e ` doorpost ,' O'Dav. 1227. ro coraigit aigi troisdi imlebra, CCath. 2624 . fo delbaib columan ... ┐ troisti, 4776 . tres na trosti ic tutim, TTr. 1415 . troiste .i. tresdéil, O'Cl.