saebchoirech

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adj o, ā (saebchoire) abounding in whirlpools, eddy- ing : Eass . . . s.¤ Ruaidh, MR 104.14 .

saebchuithe

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x (saeb+cuithe) = saebchoire: saebchuithi mor fil itir Erinn ┐ Albain (of Coire Brecáin), Dinds. 145 ( RC xvi 157 ). cethri mara . . . | teclait isin sáeb-chuithe, Met. Dinds. iv 80.8 . isna saebchuthib (of a river), Alex. 681 .

saebnós

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n (saeb+nós) folly : dam-sa ní beag an saobhnós | nar shaoileas claochlódh glóire, A. Ó Dálaigh xxiii 7 (= Measgra D. 76.23 ). do-bhéaram seal re saobhnós, Dánta Gr. 6.1 . dhá líonadh féin re saobhnósaibh an tsaoghuil-se, Donl. xix 6 . anger, disfavour : gur thuilleamar go mor do tsaobhnos-sa, Carswell 93.3 . do dhenamh dhioghalta . . . a n-am do tsaobh- nois rind, 94.16 .

saebnósach

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adj o, ā (saebnós) foolish, infatuated : adeir riaghail an réasúin ris an súil gan silleadh go saobh-nósach d'amharc na meirdreach, TSh. 2941 . Superl. fer ropo inganta ┐ robo tsaebnosaige enech uair eli `the most extravagantly bountiful', Ann. Conn. 1392.3 .

saebrad

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n [f.] (saeb) waywardness, foolishness : [Dīa na ndúl dom dhīdin] ar scáolraidh, ar scáthaibh, | ar ṡāebhraidh, ar ṡúadghail, ZCP x 348 § 9 .

saebthaid

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n i,m. (saeb) a deceiver : in saíbthaid fil ic bréccud cháich, Trip.² 2617 . is fír-epartach in duine-si . . . tusa im- morro ┐ Pól saebthaide sib, PH 1843 .

? saegid

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ind nimtha s.¤ for Dia ṅdron | co n-ilur mod medar ṅglan, SR 7825 ; intended for saigid?

? saegla

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n (cf. saegul and séclae): cem s.¤ searcaide | do ṡeig oebna achtige, IT iii 12 § 16 (gnim s.¤ , v.l.) = 41 § 45 .

saeglach

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adj o, ā (saegul) long-lived : Sirna Saeghlach .i. ar ḟod a shaeguil . . . .i. coiga for cét mbliadan fod a shaeguil, Cóir Anm. 89 . Sirna Saéglach, LL 19a50 . maic Sīrna S[ā]eglaig, ZCP viii 291.21 . fri Mathusalem s.¤ , Rawl. 69b47 . cipé brisses báig na fer dá síl . . . niba hé in sona s.¤ , LL 49b5 . in sruthseanóir sáeghlach sin .i. Fintan, Ériu iv 160.28 . senōir sīr-saoglach, O'Mulc. 857 . in tí ibheas uisci in dara tibrad bidh trú, ┐ bidh s.¤ in ti ibheas aroile, Todd. Nenn. 210 n . gomadh síor-saogh- lach muna tucctai dían-bás dó, BNnÉ 296 § 30 . robad slan saeghalach, Lism. L. 946 . gémadh saoghlach sinn, Aithd. D. 6.2 . má's saoghlach sinn if I live long, Keat. Poems 277 . síol saoghalach Laomchonaill Chearnaigh, Hackett xv 29 . sibh saoghalach seasgair, Celt. Rev. x 135.32 . saoghlach an tnúdh gar dturnamh perpetual(ly), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 254.52 .

saeglaige

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n [,f.] (saeglach): sír[ṡ]áigligi gl. dies super dies [regis] `length of days', Ml. 78c12 .

saeglonn

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n o,m. poetic word; according to native glossa- tors chief or king; judge, brehon; aged man; pillar : saoghlonn (.i. rīgh), ZCP v 486 § 8 (B. na f.). s.¤ .i. brithem ┐ senoir ┐ columna, ut dicitur: saoglonn brithemh . . . | saoglonn senōir sīr-saoglach, | saoglonn cech rī for a dū | ┐ saoglonn columnu, O'Mulc. 857 ; the quatrain also occurs in Met. Gl. p. 4 and O'Cl. saeghlonn .i. seanoir no colomna . . . Nó saeghlonn .i. brithem, O'Dav. 1424 . saeghlann .i. breitheamh; .i. seanóir; .i. rí; .i. colamhain no toisigh, O'Cl. ecalso ... sáeglannaib 'to the notables of the church' Ériu xl 16 § 20 (Bretha Nemed Toísech) . lia saoglann Corcartri, ZCP viii 102.12 (B. na f.) = do righ Corca Tri, Ériu ii 186.16 . lenaidh sluagh saoghlann (saeglond, v.l.) an army follows a chief, Anecd. ii 64.20 . congrenn saeghlonn sochaidi a chief collects a host, O'Dav. 411 . congreind soeghlond sochaidhe .i. cainlenaidh in tshochaidhe don righ, O'C. 1987 ( H. 4.22 p. 24 ). cosegat saeglann (leg. -lainn?) sloiged, Laws iii 494.5 . olc díl i torchair mac Duind | cen síl sorthain fri sáigluind (saergluind, v.l.) `leaving no prosperous seed among chieftains' (? to produce chieftains), Met. Dinds. iii 150.10 (metri gratia for saeglonnu?). selb saeghlann (of Ireland), Leb. Gab. 282.6 . gell n-uinge o cach . . . di[a] saeglonnaib, Laws iii 14.23 Comm . saolonn súl an bhanntrachta `princely charm of ladies' eyes' (of a chief), Ó Bruad. ii 150.8 . As epithet (g p.): sruthar saeglond `a lordly river', Met. Dinds. ii 82.41 (saiglend, v.l.). In late poetry applied also to a woman: an tsaoghlan chailce, Hackett x 14 .