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TÁNAISTC [] : Amharc i gcomhthéacs

TÁNAISTC
{adjective} second, next, substitute;
{adverb}, almost;
AOIS THÁNAISTC, second age of the world or of men (between 7 and 16 years;
MAC TÁNAISTC, a second son;
AN MÉAR TÁNAISTC, middle finger;
TÁIM TÁNAISTC DO BHEITH CHÓMH MAITH LEIS, I am second best, TAN ) 1170 ) TAS am almost as good as he;
{substantive masculine}, a second thing or person, a substitute or locum tenens, heir presumptive or tanist, the next best thing;
state of being second or next best;
I.--, (sometimes I LIDÁNAISTE) with do or ges., next to, touch and go with, almost;
BHÍ I DTÁNAISTC DHÓ, he was next to him in rank, merit, evil, {et cetera} almost e.-.ual to him, {et cetera} {Regional: the Barony} BA THÁNAISTC DHÓ, {idem};
TÉIGHIM i DTÁNAISTC Do, I go near, just miss, just reach, get second te;
i DTÁNAISTC CHÓMH TROM {le?} second in weight to, almost as heavy as;
i DTÁNAISTC AN ANAMA, touch and go with death;
'BHFUIL DO MHUC-SA CHÓMH MÓR {le?} MUIC {dative}? NÍ'{Regional:Leighin.} ACHT I DTÁNAISTC DHÍ, --- your pig as large as {dative}'{singular}? no, hut very near it;
AR CHUIRIS AN CHLOCH i MARC {dative}? MUNAR CHUIREAS DO CHUIREAS I DTÁNAISTC DHÓ Í? did your stone reach {dative}'s mark? if not, I put it very near it;
{originally} TÁNAISE, TANAISE (P. {Citation:Pádraigín Haicéad}).
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