IN FOCLÓIR GAEILGE—BÉARLA
tachar, m. (gs. & npl. -air, gpl. ~).Lit:1. (a) (Act of) putting, placing. Ar a d~ in aon charcair, when they were put into one cell. (b) (Act of) casting, throwing. Díleas ~ d’fhear poirt, what is cast up (by the sea) may be given over to the man ashore. 2. (a) (Act of) journeying. Deireadh mo thachair, the end of my travels. (b) (Act of) meeting; (act of) opposing, contending (le, with). Mairg dó ~ liomsa, woe to him if he should come up against me. 3. Attack; fight, battle; contention, strife. ~ longfoirt, camp attack. I d~ arm, in armed conflict. I d~ le, contending with. Bua i ngach ~, victory in every battle. Lucht tachair agus troda, quarrellers and fighters. Lán de thachar, full of strife.