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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Forms: sagart

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 .

sacartóirecht

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n [ā,f.] = sacartacht: re cuing chrábhaidh do ghabháil .i. sagartóireacht, O'Gr. Cat. 596.32 . don tsagartói- reacht, Ó Bruad. iii 218.4 .

sacc

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x see sac.

saccraige

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n perh. g s. of f. ā-stem in -ach (sac) bags (coll.), baggage: co n-arlaic do . . . | siriud slán na s.¤ (sic MS.), SR 3036 = ro dilsig dó sired na s.¤ dús in mbiad in lamdia indtib, LB 114b21 (cf. Gen. xxxi 32 ). esccra n-argait do thabairt immesc sac- craige na Cannantai, LB 116b11 = i saccaib, SR 3548 . See Wortk. 129 . Cf. saccraighe `baggage', O'R.

sacerdóite

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n [],f. (Lat. sacerdotium) priesthood, priestly calling or rank : ro oirdned Aron . . . | i sacerdóti in phopail, SR 4494 . fri sacerdote, 5156 . ord saer na sacerdóte, 4488 . format clainne Israel fri Moyse ┐ fri hAron ara mbeth isin toisigecht ┐ isin sacerdoti, LB 121b12 = isin t[ṡ]acherdoti, BB 242b9 . i comartha a sacerdoiti, TTebe 2291 .

sacerdotalacht

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n ā,f. (based on Lat. sacerdotium) priesthood : hí s.¤ gl. ministerium (of Aaron), Ml. 124c12 . oc cosnam sacerdo- talachtae, 73a12 . donaib sacerdotalachtib gl. sacerdotiís, 127a11 .

sachilli

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n (Low Lat. sagellum `coverlet'?) pl. cloths, napkins : s.¤ gl. saudaria ( Acts xix 12 ), Thes. i 497.33 ( Ardm. 183a2 ). See RC xlv 344 .