ṡáil

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n for áil ìn PH in phr. mad sh.¤ lat, etc. if thou wish, desire : cia airmm in-ad sh.¤ lett coro erlamaigemm duit in cháisc? 5029 . cia hairm inad shail lat coro thormala in cháisc, 5079 . mad sh.¤ línd slandilgud ar cinad, 5218 . cipe dianid sh.¤ do thabairt iar n-urd dligtech, 5970 (= qui vult ordinate eleemo- synam dare). cibé dianid sh.¤ delb do gabail de sech amal ata, 6052 (= quisquis se videri vult quod non est).

1 sailche

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n ,f. (salach) in tsailche, IGT Abstr. Nouns 4 . dirti- ness : tech dia tabair menma in fir uithir frithbrudh ar a shailchi, O'Dav. 821 = Bretha Crólige § 23 gl. 4 ( Ériu xii 18 ). mothur .i. s.¤ , O'C. 486 ( H. 3.18, 251 ). isa innsa a haltrum ara sailc[h]e (of a child), Laws ii 152.6 Comm . cerdcha .i. ar sailchib . . . muca .i. ar a s.¤ , v 166.17 Comm . ┐ a sh.¤ atá ót olcaibh féin, TSh. 10434 .

See seilche and selige.

2 sailche

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x see seilche.

sailchecht

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n f.= sailche, IGT Abstr. Nouns 4 .

sailchetain

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Forms: sálchuithen, sailichten

n d s. a willow-plantation (artificial formation to represent Lat. salicetum): coill mór do sailcetain, Corm. Y 1157 = do ṡailchedain, Corm. Bodl. 42 . ? Cf. inna sailchithen gl. in valle Salinarum, Ml. 77c4 , where Edd. suggest reading: sálchuithen brine pits. Ascoli Gloss. ccxxiv suggests sailichten (= salictorum).

? sailchide

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adj io, iā (sailche) dirty . As subst.: a salchide sinnchaidhe salachluim, IT iii 102 § 186 .

sailchithen

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x see under sailchetain.

sail chnis

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x see sal.

sailchóit

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x see salchúait.

1 saile

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Forms: sele, soile, seile, seile, seiledha

n io,n.(?), later m. (Lat. saliva) also sele (see Thurn. Gr. p. 54 ). soile, seile m. (pl. seile, seiledha), IGT Decl. § 2 (39.9) .

Sputum, spittle : honaib selib gl. sputaminibus, Tur. 91 . na s.¤ gl. sputa, Goid. 66 ( Lib. Hymn. 39 n. 38 ). dobir da (leg. do) sale it bais, Thes. ii 249.2 . dobir cros dit sailiu for ochtar do chinn, 3 . crontsaile .i. grant-s.¤ .i. s.¤ līath (i.e. phlegm), Corm. Y 288 (see cróntsaile). macc saele án `a splendid salve (lit. filius sputi)', Thes. ii 250.10 . mad doairli sale . . . ind laim, Mon. Tall. 142.14 . tabraid uar sele for mo dernaind, RC ix 16.8 (but saile, ib. 11 ). focheird a shaili forsin n-ailig . . . in tress rand dont sheliu, Trip.² 2596 . ro laiset a s.¤ for a gnúis, PH 3167 . ro laiset a saileda fair, 3298 . tucsat a seileda for gnuis . . . na delbi, 116 . gurab seiledha fola do chuiridis amach, KMMisc. 312 § 1 (sailegha, v.l. p. 320 ). ō dorat-som sele Colmāin ima c[h]osaib, BColm. 94.16 . cinel sirbe isin bec ┐ silida (symptoms), Rosa Ang. 252.9 . sele drochdatha drochbalaidh, 276.z . a seile do cur amach, 228.19 . le seiledh ┐ le himurcrachaibh na sróna, Reg. San. 21.8 . do lucht in thsheilidh fola `such as spit blood', O'Gr. Cat. 227.18 . s.¤ Dé re dhrithleannaibh `God's flaming breath', Aithd. D. 49.34 . do thionnsgnadar . . . gabháil do sheilidhibh air, Mark xiv 65 . a seile do leigean siós to swallow saliva, Parrth. Anma 214.6 (= a shile, Luc. Fid. 136.17 ). ní thig Gall a ngoiri dhuid | nach sluig a shoile, IGT Decl. ex. 92 .

Cf. seilegar, seiligid, selgur, siled.

2 saile

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n ,f. (sal) dirt; mud, mire : inna saile gl. de luto, Ml. 60a5 . inna saile foilse gl. publicae labis, 30d14 . ? ainim uisci tre ṡaili the pollution of water through mire (?), Ériu ii 228.15 (: golgaire).