sáilín

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n m.(2 sál) lit. a little heel . Metaph. in phr. s.¤ seire: tig don pheacadh s.¤ seire searbhusa do bheith 'na leanmhain, TSh. 9573 . an s.¤ seire | . . . | bhias ag seilg ar chluinn Ádhaimh, Measgra D. 66.69 . Edd. suggest `bitter end'.

saill

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n (sall ā,f.) salted meat, esp. bacon ; but the word is not restricted to the latter, cf. the compds. bó-shaill corned beef, úr-shaill fresh bacon (i.e. pork) distinguished from sen-sh.¤ bacon (old hard-cured Peritia xv 320 n. 54 , matured AMC 192 ). By some Edd. also translated `fat'. s.¤, imm . . ., Triads 170 . s.¤ muicce . . . s.¤ bruicc, LL 297a30 , 36 = SG 364.23 , 27 . mani chaithea . . . feoil ┐ s.¤ fresh meat and salted (bacon?), Mon. Tall. 146.14 . sall dó i treissi, Críth Gabl. 300 . s.¤ gin tsaille `fat without being salted', Laws iv 380.11 Comm . a ssall (sic MS.), a mmil, a cruithnecht, Ériu iv 163.12 . tabraidh don file ith ┐ s.¤ , O'Dav. 1611 (sall, v.l.). sáll `bacon', Aisl. MC 37.11 . sall boc[c] brainech, 79.24 . conamailt s.¤ ┐ bōṡ.¤ foa, Corm. Y 883 (76.11) . a s.¤ méth do sainmesaib bacon-fat (?), ZCP vi 271.20 (a perquisite of monks). tomus na saille ┐ na tinne, Laws ii 250.15 Comm . de croch[t]aib saildi `flitches of bacon', Mon. Tall. 128.13 . tinne saille, Thes. ii 339.14 ( Hy. v Comm . ). a llucht saille, 334.1 . tine sailli, Ir. Texts i 4 § 10 . secht n-airtim di forbaidh saille fora srūib, Sc.M² 23 (`fat', Gloss.). toocht senshaille etir cech dā toocht ūrsaille of bacon . . . of pork, Aisl. MC 117.26 . ni berbamm salla na cárnai, Alex. 883 = sallu, Anecd. v 3.29 = s.¤ na carnu, BB 498a48 . s.¤ ur leaghtha no im gan tsalann melted pork fat (?), Ir. Texts v 5.20 . As fictitious n.pr.: mac Saille Súgmaire, Aisl. MC 79.2 . ? dom inghreim beo fá bhórd le soill mar shás, Ó Bruad. ii 140.x .

Compd. ¤charna: flaith corma ┐ sallcarna bruithe, ZCP xv 245.4 (Thurn. takes as dvandva compd. bacon and beef) ( Laws ii 202.11 ).

? saillech

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n (saill?) salted meat (?): colpa saillighi itir da saith | caith chaillighi cac n-andruth, IT iii 103 § 194 . (Of something useless) 'a shank of salted meat in between two meals ' EIS 171 § 85 .

saillid

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Forms: saillim

v i (saill) salts, cures (meat): saillim gl. salio, Sg. 187a5 . (fig.) condio .i. sallim .i. inti no ṡailled o forcetul bréntaid ar cinad he who was wont to salt (i.e. purify) the foulness of our sins, LU 586 , cf. RC xx 162.5 ( ACC § 12 Comm . ). `condio' saillim, Met. Gl. p. 4 . Vn. in cnaim . . . arna sailledh, Laws v 42.3 Comm . ar secht mucuib marbha cen thsailliudh, ii 202.22 Comm . gin tsaille, iv 380.11 Comm . feoil . . . cen sailliud, Todd Nenn. 192.z . ēisg shaillti nō gan saillead, RSláinte 885 .

saillte

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io, iā part. of saillid.

(a) salted, pickled : biadh saillti = cibos salsos, Lat. Lives 64.1 . divinis condita oraculis .i. sailti, Lib. Hymn. 11 note 74 . da camcnaim saillti, Laws v 40.25 Comm . lasan ffeoil s.¤ , FM vi 2210.3 . feoil sh.¤ , Keat. iii 1541 . ? d'éis mh'airgthi dá dreich dubaig | a breith saillti a Saxanuib, IGT Verbs ex. 702 . As subst.: saillti `salt food', Triads 184 . fírchainnenn no sh.¤ do tharsun[n], Críth Gabl. 168 (co tarsunn shaillti, 350 ).

(b) salty, briny : blas saillti, Ir. Astr. Tr. 40.17 . an fhairge sh.¤ the Salt (Dead) Sea, Gen. xiv 3 , cf. Joshua iii 16 , xv 2 (sailte). fiabras . . . noch tuismiter o linn ruadh no o linn fuar thshaillti, RC xlix 53 § 21 .

? sailltech

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adj a sgadáin shailltigh shuilbhir salty , Measgra D. 1.29 (? leg. shaillte, Ed.).

sailltecht

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n [ā,f.] (saillte) saltiness : s.¤ uisci na fairce, O'Gr. Cat. 247.6 = Ir. Astr. Tr. 42.3 . nī dliginn saillteacht . . . beith ar an mbainne, RSláinte 2533 .

saíltinche

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n [,]f. Atkinson Laws Gloss. takes as abstr. of *saíltenach (saílid), and compares laimtenach. Used in Laws Comm. of cattle, etc., in sense of expectation, hope (of calving, increase, improvement in value, etc.): ar ata carna ┐ sailtinche acu, O'Don. 661 ( H. 3.17, 491a ). nocon fuil sailtinche aice, Laws ii 250.9 . ma tainic in tsailtinchi imuigh . . . is aisic loighechta na sailtinchi amach, iii 366.15 . noco nfuil freiscisiu sailtinchi aici (of a heifer), 364.2 . logh lachta ┐ sailtinchi d'ic, 366.11 . Cf. gurab e in tainmrainde don thsaoilechtain icar gacha bliadna, O'C. 1787 ( 23 Q 6, 40a ).

sailtrech

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x see saltair.

saim

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n a couple, brace, pair (? yoke): s.¤ .i. cech cōrait cid eter dā dam, cid eter dā ech, Corm. Y 1167 . esem .i. ess .i. dam ┐ s.¤ cōrait, 514 . saimh .i. gach córaid no gach cúpla, O'Cl. sam .i. corait, Leb. Gab. 68 n. 2 (gloss). scuirtir da ech ann a coraid (.i. s.¤) (sic leg.), Laws iv 98.11 Comm . = i ss.¤ i corait, O'C. 25 ( H. 3.18, 11a ). .x. same, Ériu ii 4.12 (glossed .i. lanamna).

Compd. at suairce a saimleptha (sic leg.), IT iii 92 § 138 (: tairberta), `Betten für Paare', Bruchst. i § 55 .

Cf. sam-.

sáim

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x see sám.