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.

saich

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Forms: saith

adj. and subst., later saith (infl. of maith). bad, evil , usually in combination with maith: cid s.¤ no maith, Ml. 86d11 . etir maith et s.¤ , Wb. 8c20 . do-aisfénpha cách a gnímu eter maith ┐ s.¤ , LU 1374 . cach oenfhocuil . . . itir maith ┐ tsaith, Maund. 193 . in ba maith fá in ba s.¤ , TBC 1073 . domroiched for rith | soithech ná rop s.¤ , Ériu vi 113 § 2 = Arch. iii 232.5 . madh maith no madh saith oibreacha cáich, TSh. 4337 . ní 'dhubhairt riamh ní budh s.¤ | acht ni búdh maith le a choimdidh, ZCP i 64 § 85 . Rarely as attrib.: fán ní maith . . . fán ní saith, Desid. 2800 . ar dainibh maithe ┐ saithe an baile, BCC 84.9 . As subst.: o racuala in maith . . . cidh ar na cechlaind in s.¤? Anecd. ii 7.z . cid maith, cid s.¤ doberar | dó, ná fodordad, ZCP vii 311.2 . cia dib diar'bo foicsi maith no s.¤ `to which of them good or evil was nearest', CCath. 5018 . gibé maith no saith doniad `whatever good or harm they do', Content. v 55 . cen gūbreith do breith | for saith nach for maith, KMMisc. 262 § 17 = s.¤, LL 148a46 . Without conjunction: maith saith da cluinteá gach lá, ZCP vii 301 § 7 . maith s.¤ in sluaiged-sa `both good and bad this hosting has turned out', Caithr. Thoirdh. 118.24 . cíamadh maith s.¤ dogníedh, CCath. 79 . Of rank lowly (cf. corresponding use of maith): saer na doer, maith na s.¤ , LB 156a7 . itir shaidbir ┐ daídbir itir maith ┐ saitch (sic), 132b6 . lán a maith 's a saith dar seirc-ne, DDána 111.40 . do marbhsat céd diobh edir maith ┐ saith `noble and plebeian', FM iii 390.2 . idir mhaith is saith (maith, MS.), | idir urradh is ardfhlaith, Content. xxix 2 . sath .i. saith, Lec. Gl. 165 , may be intended for saich (or for sáith?). ? Compar. nach sacha .i. ni luga se buaibh, O'C. 486 ( H. 3.18, 251 ).

saichdetu

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n t,m. (2 saigid) act of striving after, towards : s.¤ dochum luic `a striving towards a place', Sg. 214b1 (of adverbs of place). sens saichdetath, 149b2 . do thaidbse cheille saicdetath, ib. 4 (of gerunds). briathar saigthetaid (leg. -ad), Hib. Min. 14.465 .

saiche

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n ,f. (saich) badness, bad quality : arná bé for crinniur | do intliucht co saichi `falling to a bad understanding', Fél. Prol. 298 . dénam tormach n-eólais | do intliucht co saichi, ib. 318 (saiche, v.l.). clu cen s.¤ , Anecd. i 73 § 210 (: laithi).

saichthin

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x see saigthin.

saicrifis

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n (-ís?) f. (Lat. sacrificium, prob. through Eng. or Rom.) sacrifice : an tshaicrifis . . . do ofrail [Íosa] don Athair . . . a ccrann na croiche, Parrth. Anma 310.9 . go n-iodhbramaois ar mbeathaidh a sáicrifís . . . dhuit, Desid. 78 . le linn afrin ┐ na sacraifis do nither do dhia amhain, Luc. Fid. 204.5 .

saidbir

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adj i(so+adbar) rich, wealthy (opp. to daidbir): Saran s.¤ (of a saint), Fél. May 15 . pl. tír . . . ata saidbri saigthi `whose wicked ones are wealthy', Prol. 162 . is s.¤ in spirut nóeb do thídnocul cecha maithiusa, PH 5453 . dochum laich s.¤ , LU 1210 ( Im. Brain ii 285 ). na tócuir chucut . . . do comaichiu sáidbriu = vicinos divites, PH 6020 . madh saidhbhir nó daidhbhir, Ruth iii 10 . compar. rig bus saidbre ┐ bus glordai indái, PH 3971 . cīa saidbri nach sūi (of Gregory), ZCP iii 39 § 13 . an chuid is saidhbre don phobal, Ps. xlv 12 . Of things: cona ferann sona s.¤ , BColm. 82.23 . co tigib saidbri suaichinti, TTebe 502 . ba saidhbir . . . o gach earnuil eisc an loch sin, Mackinnon Cat. 80.3 . a crislaighibh . . . a lúireach saidhbhir, Comp. Con C. 102.1 . róid saidhbhre a chóig gcneadh `pre- cious', PBocht 5.6 . With foll. gen.: nir'bo s.¤ loin lucht a longphuirt well-supplied, CCath. 4915 . níor bhó saidhbhir lóin iadsidhe, FM vi 2334.1 . abundant, numerous : ropad shaidbriu samud Coluim C. oltás cech samad, LB 31b68 ( Thr. Hom. 106.16 ). cāiniudh cach cinadh caingnig | co ndēraib saidbri[b] solmaibh, ZCP vi 264 § 4 . cía bái rempu slúag ba saidbre `wealthier' (? more numerous), Met. Dinds. iii 380.15 . fo gebha slicht saidhbir na sochaidhe ann abundant trace, MR 276.16 ; cf. sadbir in slicht, LL 32a41 . sel sadbir, 32b46 . Clann M. na ruag saidhbhir, Aithd. D. 31.27 . Note also: saidhbhir fhéaghaim dot uamhun `I have too great regard for the fear thou inspirest', Magauran 2531 .

As subst.: o shaidbir ┐ o dhaidbir (sic leg.), PH 4013 . do rochtain . . . an bhoicht ┐ an tsaidhbhir, TSh. 361 .