smirammair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. smirammair or dil.ie/38063

n k,f. (smir+ommar?) Most freq. in TBC. The corresponding passage in TBC2 has smirchomairt, q.v. Lit. marrow-tub, apparently a bath of marrow from crushed bones used in the treatment of wounded warriors: is andsin conat- tacht Fingin F. s.¤ . . . do ícc ┐ do leigess Chethirn meic F., TBC 4420 . dogní s.¤ díb (i.e. of the cattle) eter ḟeóil ┐ chnámaib ┐ lethar, ┐ tucad Cethern mac F. sin s.¤, co cend teora lá ┐ teora n-aidche, 4424 - 5 . ra gab ac ól na smiramrach imme, 4426 . ra luid in s.¤ and eter a chnedaib ┐ eter a chrechtaib, 4427 . atrachtsom assin s.¤ , 4429 . do chuir F. an íoc[sh]láinte ┐ smearamair . . . ris na cneadhaibh, ITS xxiv 80.16 . Of warriors injured in battle: dabered dianchommilt fair . . . co ndenad s.¤ de, TBC 4622 . smiramair bhogní (do rigne, v.l.) Iliach do chnamib fer ṅ-hErend, 4626 . co fil in dī smirummair immaille di chnāmaib fer nŌlnēcmacht, TBC² 2945 . co nderni s.¤ (smiramuir, smirimair, v.ll.) da cnamaib immedhon a croicind, CCath. 2984 .

As n. loc. (with ref. to Cethern mac Fintain): Cethern . . . dorochair oc S.¤ , RC xxiii 306 § 13 (LL) (Smarmore, Co. Louth). is de atā Smirombair a Crīch Rois, TBC² 2870 . See Hog. Onom.