טוּנָא I (= טְעוּנָא; טְעַן) 1) burden, load; bag. Targ. Y. Gen. XLIV, 1, sq. (h. text אמתחת). Targ. Y. Ex. XXIII, 5; a. e.—Ber. 61ᵃ דלא דרי ט׳ Ms. M. (ed. טידי) when he is not carrying a load. Sabb. 92ᵃ דכל ט׳ דמידלי וכ׳ every load which is lifted on poles &c.; a. fr. —2) (v. טַעֲנָה) argument. Zeb. 32ᵇ מטוּנָךְ I borrow thine own argument; R. Hash. 4ᵃ; Ḥull. 132ᵃ top (Rashi derives fr. מְטֵי: ‘we have reached thee’).—Pl. טוּנִין. Targ. Y. Gen. XLIII, 23.