saethrach

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adj o, ā (saethar). In O.Ir. Glosses saíthrech, saíthrach, see Thurn. ZCP xiv 8 .

(a) laborious, toilsome, generally but not necessarily in sense of grievous, difficult: mad iar n-aicniud adrimther . . . is saithrech, BCr. 3c ( Thes. ii 10.8 ). nephsaith- rach, gl. inlaborata (defensio), Ml. 103b4 . compar. magnus labor .i. saethrigu, gl. operiosioris, Ench. Aug. 68a ( ZCP vii 479 ). obair sháothrach servile work, Levit. xxiii 8 , Numb. xxviii 25 , 26 . is saothrach do fuair obair `weary toil he under- went', Arch. Hib. i 92 § 24 . tarnic dénam daingin Ailig, cíarb ord sáethrach `a toilsome work', Met. Dinds. iv 114. 5 . taided remainn sligid s.¤ , Fél. 14.y . i mbethaid ṁbáethraig | . . . snimaig sirsaethraig, SR 1446 . saothrach dhamh 'san eglais- [s]i | . . . | saothraighe mo leabaidh-si wearisome, Buile Ṡ. 140.21 . gidh saothrach siubhal i bhfad, Aithd. D. 48.4 . dúil sin as saothrach betha `a creature . . . of strenuous life', O'Gr. Cat. 461.6 . is de an sengṡatharnn | sāethrach fa sech pain- ful (?), ZCP viii 206 § 36 (of Saturday follg. Good Friday). Adv. do chuir co sáethrach . . . chum sírtheichthe na sluaigh, Comp. Con C. 109.16 .

(b) of persons laborious, industrious, hard-working : cóic ríg cóicat, sáethraig se `laborious', Met. Dinds. iii 8.93 . doronsat na hingena éladna inganta co ségdu s.¤ , PH 898 (? or elabo- rately, skilfully). do ghabh go saothrach agá malairt, TSh. 7708 . With AR: gach lios dar loisg C. | budh saothrach ar a ghruaidh ngil | ag uaim aolchloch 'n-a n-áitibh will be at pains to, DDána 92.17 . saothrach ┐ tugtha d'foghluim, Donl. 336.10 . Of work laboriously-wrought : sróilmheirge sáothrach sirig, Duan. Finn i 70 § 148 . slios gach múir ghormsháothraigh gil `the side of each white blue-worked castle', Studies 1921, 419 § 16 . ceird shaothrach, DDána 68.32 .

(c) wearied, dejected : ba s.¤, ba gallrach in mathair, LB 63a14 ( IT i 40.9 ). bat saothraoigh (sic) ┐ bat scītthaig īatt asa aithle, BColm. 28.11 . a haithle a tturais . . . ba subāilceach dia n-anmannoibh ┐ ba saothrach dia gcolloibh, Fl. Earls 220.z . Colum . . . | saothrach ón gcuing a chorpán, Keat. iii 1650 . mad saothrach é melancholy, morbid (= solitarius), Rosa Ang. 228.17 (dubhach, v.l.).

saethraige

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n [io,]m. (saethar) a labourer, worker : is milis codladh an tsáothruighthe, Eccles. v 12 . Med. agent (?): foghnaidh na saothraighe so go mor a n-aghaidh na n-easlainteadh teasaidhi, 23 K 42, 356.5 . comhfurtachtuightear o na saothruighibh so an inchinn ┐ an croidhe, 356.9 .

saethraigidir

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Forms: saethrugad

v (saethar) works, labours.

(a) intrans.: is airi asbertar prímgeindi do suidib huare saithraigte in doini friu (of first-fruits), Ml. 123c8 . serc la Dia maicc Israhél frissaru- saithraigestar oc a tuididen for whom He had laboured, 92c5 . issed a cétna ro saethraiged frissin n-ag the same [amount of] labour had been expended on the ox, LL 285b33 . corp . . . in duine shoethraiges ar Dia, PH 3546 . Pól . . . is e is mó do soethraig dona hulib apstalaib, 1652 . saethraigfit bar saerchlanda your nobles will be forced to work, Alex. 213 . ni saethraigem ┐ ní threbam, 856 . co saethraigseat airdrig imda i cosnum ríghe duibh, BB 490a31 . saothraighet bar cossa, | imdaighter bar lossa let your feet be active (?), BNnÉ 309.5 = ZCP x 43.23 (injunction to monks). na n-aithrigheach shaothruigheas sna subháilcibh, TSh. 8875 . Of mental labour: atberim . . . fritt . . . naro soethraige ┐ naro guide in coimdid be not worried, LB 225b30 . is air sin shaethraighim . . . cindus do gheinfedh mac . . . gan sil duine I am puzzled, perplexed, ITS xix 58.1 (machtnaigim, v.l.).

(b) trans.: cia dhíobh ler saothroigheadh sin by which of them was that (house) built, Aithd. D. 37.29 . an té sháothrui- ghios a fhearann `he that tilleth his land', Prov. xii 11 . Earns by labour, works for: an solas nar saothruigheadh `the light he has not deserved', PBocht 19.21 . 'san obair dhaonna, le saorthaighthear slainte ar n-anma, Luc. Fid. 226.2 = le saoraighthear, ib. 12 .

Vn. saethrugad: cen saethrugud isin sapoit, PH 2590 . díultuighid a lámha sáothrughadh refuse to work, Prov. xxi 25 . tar éis saóthraighti doib ┐ móráin tagra do denamh `after their labouring', AU iii 556.17 (of a conference). ag saothrughadh mianaigh airgid, Eochairsg. 115.14 . ré saothrughadh na subháilceadh practising, cultivating, TSh. 1810 . mo dhán ar n-a shaothrughadh le fada, Aithd. D. 19.10 . foghluim do shaothrughadh go dithchiollach, Donl. 340.22 . dá raibhadar lucht sealga ag saothrughadh tuirc allta `hunting a wild boar', BNnÉ 165.y . do saethrugadh a mbethad earn their living, D iv 2, 42va39 . ag saorthughadh (sic) na beatha suthaine, Luc. Fid. 229.1 . i neamhshaothrughadh na n-ocht seinbhean- nachta (the Beatitudes), Eochairsg. 93.6 . drong lemh lucht a shaothraighte (of the art of poetry), O'Gr. Cat. 556.3 .

saethramail

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adj i(saethar) = 2 saerda: lá nádúrtha ┐ lá saothara- mhail nó gnóthach, Corp. Astron. 12.24 .

safir, saphir

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Forms: saphir, saifīr

n (Lat. sapphir, sapphirus, later saifír influenced by AN safir Risk 595 ) sapphire : dath glas . . . fo chosmailius saphirr, Ml. 84d4 . lān do gemaib carrmogail ┐ liag lōgmar . . . ┐ sathfire, Corm. Y 1059 (94.11) = [s]aifire, p. xvi (23 N 10 ). siafir, Aisl. Tund. 116.2 . d'emorandes nó do ṡafir, Maund. 195 . imm saifír, Alex. 83 . saphir, Rev. xxi 19 . saifīr, RSláinte 2251 .

Sagsa, Sagsain

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pn see Saxa, etc.

Sagsach

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pn o, ā (Saxa) Saxon : neart an tslóigh Ṡagsoigh . . . | ar in ngasraidh móir Muimnigh, IGT Decl. ex. 533 . See Saxanach.

1 saí

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x see suí.

2 saí

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n [f. ?] a cloak : tonica nó lacerna .i. sái nó fúan gl. paenul- (l)am, Wb. 30d19 (Med. Lat. *saja < sagum, Ped. i 216 ).

saíbe

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n ,f. (saeb) crooked dealing, falsehood : nirbo [ḟ]and he im nach feirg no sáibe, Fél.² xci May 30 . co saibe fo gaili gné | cen noibi, SR 6475 . clóeni .i. soebe, Lib. Hymn. 100, n. 23 . díchuirid uaind cech sáibe ┐ cech indliged, PH 4632 . tair- mescthaid cecha sáibe, 5775 . léciud sechte co sóibi putting away hypocrisy with falseness (`perversity'), Ériu ii 65 § 8 (saoibi, soibe, saebi, MSS.).

saic

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x see seic, sideic.