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TUL
{adjective} immediate, in ATHGHABHÁIL THUL, instant seisure (laws)...UL, -NIL, {plural} {idem}, {dative plural} -LAIBH, TOLAIBH (TOLLAIBH), {masculine} a prominence or eminence, a height or hillock, a knob or boss, the umbo of a shield (TUL SCCHITH. {idem}), a forehead (TUL ÉADAIN, {idem}), a face or front, surface;
TUL I DC., face to face;
AR TUL NA TRÁGHA, on the front of the beach;
DO THULAIBH A LORGAN BHSIAR BHFOCHAM, to the knobs of his twisted below-bent shins;
i DTULAIBH (DTOLLAIB) A GHNÚISE, on the prominence of his Countenance;
{also, alias} TOL, {genitive} TUIL;
TUL, {genitive} TOALACH, {feminine} (umbo, hillock);
the confusion with TOLL arises from a survival of an earlier caul;
{confer} URLÁS. AURLÁR (still so {pronounced} in {Regional:Connaught});
TLOL (TIUL) is {also, alias} {probably} a form of this word. (See TUL, {adjective}),.UL-, TUIL-, in cornpds., prominent or eminent, frontal, mighty, sudden;
TULAMAR, a frontal attack;
TUL-ARA ({genitive} -DH and -THUL {feminine}), a temple of the head;
TUL. BHAL(L){Scotch}(A), a blotch on the face;
TULBHEARBHADH, a great boiling or smelting TUL-BHORB, abrupt;
TUL-BHREATH, a sudden judgment, -EATHACH, of sudden judgment TUIL-BHRISIM, I shatter;
TUIL-CHEANNACH, handsel ({Citation:O'Reilly's Irish-English Dictionary}});
TUL-CHNÁMH, frontal bone;
TUL-CÓMHRAC, a sudden collision TUIL-DHREAC, face or surface;
TUILÉADACH, an apron : TUL-FHAOBHAR, a front edge, -BHRATH, front - ed ge {dative};
TUIL-FHÉITH frontel artery, a frown (Triads);
TUILGHEAL, fair-faced;
TUL-GHOIN, a face- or front-wound;
TUL-GHORM, blue-fronted TUL-GHUBHA, clashing (of shields), -BHACH, clashing;
TUL-IMLINN, front boss, umbo, centre (I DC, AN CHATHA MHÓIR, in the van of the battle);
TUL-MHAIDHM, a sudden eruption;
TUL-MHAOL, blunt or bald in front, {also, alias} headless : TUL-MHEAR, rash, -MHIRE, rashness;
TUL-MHONG, a front mane, surface (TUL AN BHEATHA, the surface of the earth);
TUL-PHART, a clod ({Citation:Cath Catharda}) TUL- (TOLS) ri, a great king;
TUL-SCÁN, an outburst, a fall away of rock, a fissure in a cliff, face, {et cetera} (TUL TRÉANREATHA, a rapid rush), TUL-SEAINEADH, bursting out, TUL-SCAOILEADH, {idem};
TUL-.
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