1 sa

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x see .

2 sa

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x see .

3 sa

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x see i.

4 sa

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x see 1 in.

5 sa

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x see so.

6 sa

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Forms: asberadsa, ambésasa, asru- bartsai

pron = som (in old texts only): asbertsa he said, LU 10196 . asberadsa, 10966 . ambésasa their customs, Wb. 9b17 . asru- bartsai, Mon. Tall. 5 (129.11) . See Hull, Language xvi 12 f . , 341 f . See also 4 se.

7 sa

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ind in bardic verse in idioms with compar. of adjj. (O.Ir. assa? See Thurn. Gramm. § 377 ). mó sa mhó greater and greater, DDána 10.11 . cungnamh as lia sa lia, 34.9 . lugha sa chách bríogh do bhall, 1.15 . mó sa chách, 120.6 .

1 sab

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Forms: saba, sabai, saba, sabaidh, sabaid, sabadh, sabdaib, saptaibh, saph

n m.(see, however, Thurn. ZCP xvi 181 ). (Lat. sophus, Fraser, ZCP x 80 , ON loan-word, Meyer, RC xii 462 . Native wd., Marstrander, Bidrag 125 . ) n p. saba. a p. sabai, LB 226a6 . saba, PH 2553 . Later also as dental stem: g s. docum in sabaid (sic), O'Dav. 1483 . d s for cach sabaith .i. for cach ailid, O'C. 979 ( H. 3.18, 422b ). n p. sabaidh, O'Dav. 1415 = sabaid, Laws i 54.7 (but saba, v 458.20 ). g p. sabadh, RC xvii 176.20 (Tig.). sabhadh, TFrag. 234.16 . d p. sabdaib, saptaibh, Aisl. MC 123.10 , 16 . Also saph.

(a) a shaft, pole, stake, occas. used of a spear-shaft or haft of a knife; freq. in combination with sonn: sunn .i. crann no shabh, O'Dav. 1483 . s.¤ .i. so-saebta nō asa a sōud easily bent or easy its turning, Corm. Y 1173 . s.¤ daingen no soad cech niummus, LU 658 (ACC Comm.). sagh (leg. sabh) na sgine `haft', Rule of Tall. Maelr. 95 , cf. Sc. G. St. iii 52 . fer ┐ s.¤ luaigi ina laim, LB 151b45 . beim cinn fri samh (a useless undertaking), ZCP x 286.23 . ceithri drolaim ass ┐ dā s.¤ fōe da breith (of a cauldron), Ériu i 44.y . da sabh fái da bhreith, RC xxvi 374.16 . sabaid cuirmmtigi cudgels in an alehouse (i.e. a brawl), Laws iv 340.6 Comm . , see Thurn. Ir. Recht 78 n. 3 . gabsat . . . durna ┐ saba luaigi . . . dó dar a gnúis, PH 2553 . slog . . . co cloidmib ┐ sabaib ┐ sonnaib iarnaigib, 3081 . glés . . . do sliprib ┐ do shabaib troma, LB 155a15 . ro dlúthdain- gnighit doirse na cathrach leó do sonnaibh ┐ do sabh[th]aibh, CCath. 1713 . do sabaib (sabhthaibh, v.l.) ┐ do sonnaib, 3590 . araill do na gonnadhaibh . . . do . . . lionadh do clochaibh, . . . do shonnaibh, do sabhaibh (sic leg.), Hugh Roe 298.7 ( 78a ). in sabh sraínti sloigh, St. Ercuil 1205 . Of Eiscir Riada: sab rainne Hérend i ndó, Met. Dinds. iii 282.89 = sabhronna, FM i 104.2 .

(b) fig. of persons support, upholder, champion, leader , etc. (common in poetry): s.¤ ar thrén tacrait dóine, LB 182 m. sup. = Met. Gl. 2.14 . s.¤ cach soabb cach forba | ┐ s.¤ cach comorba, Met. Gl. 3.6 , an inference from use of word in relig. poetry. s.¤ .i. aire nó taisech. No sabh .i. calma, ut est s.¤ duire dremna .i. ro calma e im debaid co hobann, O'Dav. 1433 . sabh .i. tren ut est atát .iiii. sabaidh tuaithe, 1415 = ceitheora sabaid, Laws i 54.7 = saba, v 458.20 . s.¤ .i. sonairt no láidir, O'Cl. rosuidhestar for gach sabaidh sechtmadh díre dia éis, Ériu xiii 20.24 ( O'Dav. 1433 ). s.¤ .i. sonairt, Lec. Gl. 80 . Árón s.¤ sruithe, Fél. Ep. 272 , cf. July 1 (saph, v.l.). s.¤ sóer suidi Phetair, Apr. 12 . in s.¤ sochla sona | ó Óendruimm, June 23 (saph, v.l.). in s.¤ síl Chuinn Chétaig, Nov. 10 (saph, v.l.); cf. Sept. 21 . Folld. by gen.: s.¤ indarbai demnae the champion who banishes demons, Oct. 17 . ba s.¤ indarbai clóine (of St. Patrick), Hy. ii 23 ( Thes. ii 314 ), with gloss .i. ba sonairt. Cf. s.¤ cáid clóithe, Fél. Dec. 14 , where last word may be g s. of vn. boe s.¤ suithe cech dind `strong in knowledge on every eminence', ACC 26 ( RC xx 168 ). nia nīthach s.¤ `ein streitbarer Fürst', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 18.21 . s.¤ catha cech dána, Arch. iii 229.111 . a ndegthóisech engnama . . . ┐ a saph cocrichi fria naimte, TTr.² 1209 , cf. LL 406b18 . Dūnadach . . . | s.¤ catha, Bruchst. i 10 § 14 ( IT iii 37 § 19 ). riasin S.¤ n-Ildanach (of Lug Lámfata), Dinds. 125 ( RC xvi 77 ), prob. a misunderstanding of Samil- dánach (see sam-).

Compds. (in sense (a)) ¤chrann: da craisech . . . cona ndib sabcrannaibh comfata, CCath. 5304 . ¤gal: sūi na sabgaile spear-conflict , Bruchst. i 26 § 58 ( IT iii 94 § 144 ).

2 sab

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n hand, palm (?): s.¤ .i. bas: sab for shionnach .i. bas ar shionnach, O'Cl. , based on: is s.¤ for sinnach attempting to stroke (catch?) a fox (?) (of a hopeless undertaking), Aisl. MC 125.19 (for sad `bitch', Ed. Perh. merely 1 sab).

sabaid

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x see sabbait.

sábáil

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Forms: sábháil

n f.(based on Eng. save) act of saving, delivering : do shabháil an nídh do chúaidh a múgha, Matth. xviii 11 (1827 = tharrachdoin, 1602). do shábháil a thíghe féin, Hebr. xi 7 (1827 = do chum cáomhanta, 1602). slánughadh, glossed sábháil, Donl. 42.5 .