sabbait

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Forms: sabbóit, sapóit

n i,f. (O.Ir. gender uncertain, cf. Thurn. Gramm. § 302 ). (Lat. sabbatum). Mid.Ir. sabbóit, sapóit perh. due to analogy of trindóit and similar formations. The Sabbath. In relig. lit. applied to the 7th day of the week, the Jewish Sabbath (opp. to Domnach Sunday): saboit .i. satharn noco táinic núfiadnaise saboit, ┐ sabbatum Domini o sin gusaníu .i. laithi comdheta no domnachta, O'Dav. 1409 . i llaithiu sabbait, Ml. 57d13 . isna sabbotib saeraib, SR 4573 . forsint sabbait i fetarlaic, Mon. Tall. 156.15 , cf. i sabbota ┐ in dominico , .18 (Latinised form?). nachib berar . . . inna llíthu ┐ a ssapati, Wb. 27a24 . sapoit ┐ nú-esca ┐ imdibe, PH 1686 . iarsin sapoit, 2956 . bói [Dia] hi tost isin tshaboit, 7367 . dia seaboid, BB 22b4 = dia Satharnn, 22a49 . in fescor Sabóti, PH 3449 . michoimétaid ar sapóti-ne, 2587 . tancatar crícha na sabóti ┐ tossach in dom- naig, LB 33b29 ( Thr. Hom. 120.z ). i ló na Sabbóite = in die sabbati, TSh. 4126 . is sabóid don Tighearna an lá a niugh, Exod. xvi 25 . coimhéadfuidhe mó shábóidigh, Lev. xix 30 . Exceptionally of Sunday: saboít Maic Dé ní craidhea, Ériu ii 228.7 . a dtaobh na sabóideadh, Donl. 124.23 .

sabdán

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n (Romance loan-word) sultan : in dara cath do cuir Sir G. ar an sabdan, RC x 188.36 ( ZCP vi 58.1 ). cogadh in tsab- dain, 37 ( ZCP vi 61.10 ). re Sabhdán, Maund. 49 . acan tsobdán, 47 . co cathair Shobhdain, 46 . ag an thṡamhdán . . . ag imper na bpágánach, Ériu v 174.187 . aig an tShamhdán Mhór .i. Rí na Babilóin, Dhá Sgéal Art. 344 .

Sabíṅdae

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adj io, iā (formation fr. Lat. sabinus) gl. Sabine, Sg. 57b5 .

sabraei

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n m.(Eng. or Romance loan-word) the herb savory : sateiria (= satureia) .i. sabhraei, O'Gr. Cat. 230.y . sabhraei, RC ix 240 (see 424 ). sug an tsauraé = cum succo tanaceti, Rosa Ang. 214.3 . an sabrae = trifolium, RSláinte 5648 .

sabsa

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n (Romance loan-word) sauce, gravy : a thabairt na phúdar ar biadhuib ┐ a sabhsuib, O'Gr. Cat. 228.22 . s.¤ , RSláinte 891 . lé sabhsa nó lé spíosarruibh, Desid. 5603 .

sac

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Forms: sacc

n o,m. (Lat. saccus) sack : sacc gl. forulus, Ir. Gl. 489 . i sac- caib na Cannanach, SR 3548 . dob iomdha ann s.¤ giobal geal, s.¤ brisgadh, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 41.18 . i mbolgaibh nó i sacaibh leathair, Keat. i 190.3 . a mbéul an tsaic, Gen. xlii 27 . claoidthe . . . a mbeul an tsaic (i.e. silenced, confuted), Luc. Fid. 271.6 . Transf. sackcloth : gan d'édach d'iarraidh . . . acht s.¤ , Mac Aingil 347.19 . do throisg sé i sacc = in sacco, TSh. 8373 .

Compd. ¤barrach haircloth : gab s. ┐ ruainigh umut, Smaointe B. Chr. 3951 .

sacach

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adj o, ā (sac) sack-like (?): sliasta sacacha sithcamma, FB 37 Eg.; `sackartig?' Wind.

sacaire

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n io,m. (sac?) one of the lower grades of poet : is laéch druthta . . . in sacairi nó in taman filed `the junior (?) or appren- tice (?) poet', Ériu xi 48.25 = an s.¤ no an tamhan amaille reis na filidhe, 60 n.; cf. in cainti no in taman file, 59 n. in s.¤ no in tamain filidh, Laws i 106.10 Comm .

sacarbaic

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n f.(Lat. sacrificium) in relig. lit. the sacrament, used both of the service of Communion and also in more restricted sense of the consecrated elements, esp. the Host; often coupled with common (communion). ni pa lour do int sacar- baicc, Wb. 11d15 . comna .i. s.¤ , Rule of Tall. 80.7 ( LB 11b36 ). tabair dún in saccarbaicc, Trip.² 1149 = Lat. Lives 27.4 (sacrificium). sacrafic do tabirt dond aos bís i llobrae, Mon. Tall. 148.9 . usce fhodáilter fri s.¤ ┐ fri affriund, PH 6360 . usce asa negar Grip | ní lusta (.i. ni glan) fri s.¤ , LU 9685 = ZCP iii 214.14 . riasiu tīs do saicarbaic, | coibsen lēire do nertad, ZCP vii 311 § 17 . nad tet do sacarfaic ┐ do aubairt, Laws ii 120.6 Comm . athlaech . . . nad n-ascnai sacarbuic, iv 366.13 . techt du secarfic, Ériu vii 140 § 4 . ro gabh . . . Barrai sacarfaic . . . do laimh Fiama, BNnÉ 21 § 48 . no gabhdais a n-étach sacarbaicce umpu, Anecd. i 43.14 . do chuinghidh shacarbaice, Lism. L. 2403 . doberur sacarbhuic dhoibh, 2347 . maicc sacarfic acolytes, Ériu vii 144 § 28 . go ffuair cumain ┐ sácarfaic o'roile dibh, BNnÉ 273 § 248 . cen chomand, cen cóibsin, cen s.¤ , RC xii 426.8 . arroet commaind ┐ sacarbaicc ó Ninded, LB 66a53 . iar ccomain ┐ sacarfaic, FM v 1424.20 . In sense of Host, consecrated wafer: triar dag .i. triar s.¤ .i. sacer ┐ pít .i. próind, Corm. 21 fogamur; cf. tair dag tair s.¤ | mo beolu bánchoibsen, LU 1199 ( ZCP viii 287 § 5 ), where dag and s.¤ are not necessarily synonymous. a menistir n-umha cona shacarfaic `his bronze reliquary containing the Host', BNnÉ 16.3 . inti teti . . . do midnocht, do shacarbaicc namá theit ┐ ni théit do chailech, Rule of Tall. 66.x ( LB 10a ). Cf. sacra- muint amhain do beirthi dhoibh ┐ ní tugthaoí cailech doibh, 4.20 .

sacart

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n o,m. (Lat. sacerdos) priest: s.¤ .i. sacerd ab eo quod estsacerdós , Corm. 40 . sagart gl. presbyter, Ir. Gl. 367 . ban- shagart gl. sacerdotista, 24 . Of Jewish priests: dlíged sacairt i tempul, Wb. 10d16 . friar s.¤ confiteamur pecata (of Christ), 33b20 . a n-étach sacaird, Tur. 87 . amal duratsat sacaird tall bendachta forsin po[pu]l, Ml. 82c8 . fri sacartu fetarlicce, Wb. 33c10 . aimser ríg ┐ aimser breitiman ┐ aimser sacairt (3 ages included in O. Test. Canon), Hib. Min. 102 . ri sacardt, ACC 38 ( RC xx 174 ). senoraig na s.¤ , PH 2657 . sagart an Dé ro áird, Gen. xiv 18 (of Melchizedech). Of Christian priests: amal forcanter cathchomnidi ho sacardd, Tur. 49 . arna tarmasca in sacardd, Thes. ii 253.7 ( Stowe M. 65a ). drong s.¤ adropart | corp Chríst, Fél. Ep. 269 . secht ngraid eacalsa . . . s.¤, escob, Laws v 22.2 . cruimther .i. in sagart, 390.2 Comm . ro oirdnes- tar escopu ┐ sacairt ┐ deochaine, PH 2524 . co mīan na s.¤ .i. braisech belaide, Aisl. MC 99.27 . ba mese ba s.¤ oc baistiud ind anma-sin fora athair, Sc.M² 12 . am shagart crabaid `a priest in religion (as opp. to secular priest)' (Gloss.), BCC 64.18 . a s.¤ méisi his table-priest, chaplain, Trip.² 3133 . Acall. 487 . Ériu xi 203.29 (see mías). s.¤ fois Cluana mic Nóis resi- dent priest, FM ii 844.11 . mailli rena Sagurt Porrāist[e] parish priest, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 38.22 . The testimony of a priest was equal to that of three laymen: acht co nderna i fiadnaise trir no sacairt indraic, O'C. 2011 ( H. 4.22, 34 ). Of heathen priests: sacart Iouis gl. flamen, Sg. 54a12 . sacerd gl. flamen ÉC xi 125 (Paris Latin 10290 36 a 25) . tinoil . . . sacartu na ṅdee, PH 1352 . ro erail si for sacardaib na ndea a rád . . ., LL 218a30 ( TTr. 89 ).

sacartacht

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n ā,f. (sacart) priesthood, the office (order) of a priest: ni dlecht ordnigecht no s.¤ . . . do thabairt do neoch comba trichtach he, LB 148a26 . ó do gabh cuing saccartachta chuicce, BNnÉ 74 § 133 . do furail an t-espoc ar oide C. sagartacht (sic leg.) do denam do ar in sollamain sin to do priestly duty for him, BCC 46.10 . isin (sic leg.) dara bliadhain caoccat a shacardachta, FM ii 1040.8 . ag íarruidh na sagar- tachta, Numb. xvi 10 .