2 saith

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n glossed indmus wealth : Ulaid .i. oll s.¤ (.i. s.¤ oll duratsad duna filedaib, B) s.¤ .i. innmhus, Cóir Anm. 245 = oll-sh.¤ .i. mór-ionnmhas . . . ionann s.¤ ┐ ionnmhas, Keat. i 118.85 . s.¤ ainm do innmus, Lism. L. 316.36 . s.¤ .i. ionnmhas, O'Cl. All four passages give as ex. a couplet concerning Judas: cétaín ro ghabh saint im sh.¤, | cétain dóbhraith Ísu ard, Cóir Anm. 245 . Cf. perh. also: tuccait eile ara n-ebrad | ant ainm cētnu fri.suidib | oll a sāith don ord ḟiledh | tar gach gcined d'ḟōir ḟuinidh great was their bounty to the order of filid (?), Sits 1919 v 92 § 14 . nār lēige sé um dhae (.i. lāimh) do s.¤ (.i. d'innmhus) may he not leave a handful of wealth (?), ZCP v 485.2 (B. na f.) = do shaic, iii 378.22 . Perh. a B. na f. use of 1 saich or for sáith.

sáith

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Forms: sáth, sáith

orig. sáth ā,f. sáith (g s. -e, sátha), IGT Decl. § 42 (95.14) .

n (a) sufficiency, as much as one requires, fill (of food): sāth .i. biad; inde dicitur sāithech, Corm. Y 1163 . `sáth' biadh, Met. Gl. 32 (Eg. 5). sath .i. praind fir opra, O'Mulc. 16 . biad .i. sath, 156 . saith ēcca .i. biad n-ēcca, 355 . sath .i. biadh, O'Cl. dufuairthed ní leu for a saith din main `some of the manna used to remain over when they had (had) their fill', Ml. 97d10 . is loim for saith suan hi fat, LU 3610 ( SC 30 ). ní fora sh.¤ (sic leg.) more than he wanted, Aisl. MC 19.11 . snám iar s.¤ `swimming on a full stomach', Tec. Corm. 21.9 . ni doid a s.¤ do biud, IT i 77.6 . saith fir do mil, Laws iii 432.20 Comm . a tri sathanna da biud budein, 204.10 Comm . ceithri satha `four full meals', 438.13 Comm . ní fhádbad iter a oenshaith bíd amal bud lor lais enough food to satisfy him at a time, LB 143a3 . aduaigh S. sin uile d'en shaíth at one meal, BCC 347 (370.16) . ní maith gorta, ní maith s.¤ , ZCP vii 298.16 . nochar chaith saith no séire (of a saint), i 62 § 45 . praind co s.¤ etir cech da troscud a full meal, RC xv 489 § 16 . s.¤ cóica(i)t no mheleth he would eat as much as would satisfy fifty, Cóir Anm. 40 . do chathim a satha día [fh]eóil, LU 3451 ( SC 23 ). adubairt . . . co n-ithed se mart do shaith that he used to eat an ox as his fill, BCC 212 (204.12) .

(b) hence customary meal, appetite : fer go saith moir re- quiring a great deal to satisfy him (of a cáinte), O'C. 2597 ( Eg. 88, 50d ). gu ro bennach a gin co narbo moo a saith inas gach fer, Ir. Texts i 17 § 51 . ba mor . . . a proinn ┐ a saith, BNnÉ 300 § 3 . ba dīfhuluing mét a shātha, Ir. Texts i 43.24 . do loigdigh Dia . . . a saith, uair ro caithed proinn moirsesir roime lessened his appetite, RC xii 334 § 24 . nochon fhétfamaeis t'fhulaṅg | ar romét do shátha, Anecd. i 34 § 76 .

(c) of other things than food: cororosind mo shaith for t'acaldaim-siu `my fill of discourse with thee', Mon. Tall. 25(136.26) . fri selba s.¤ `in wealth and plenty' (cheville), Met. Dinds. iii 114.55 . a shaith óir do tabairt dó, CCath. 138 . a saith cathuighthe, ITS v 114.23 . glacam ar s.¤ grádha, Prov. vii 18 . ní fuil isin cruinne . . . fer nach fuil a saith do mnai innud for whom thou wouldst not be a fitting wife, ZCP vi 282.7 . dob í mo sh.¤ do mhnaoi, Oss. iv 26.4 . da bfaghainn féin mo sh.¤ d'each a horse to my satisfaction, Ériu v 188.461 . s.¤ (d')Iughoine d'oighre `a fit heir of I.', Content. xv 24 and note; cf. xviii 54 . s.¤ Í Dhálaigh do dhamhna | i nDomhnall, DDána 73.24 . tusa a sháithsion do shéad bhuadh, TD 33.10 . baoí saith iarla d'oidhre san óiccmhilidh sin a worthy heir to an earldom, FM v 1716.7 . ná raibh tighearna . . . nach raibh a sh.¤ do ghuaillidhe . . . ann gach aon dhíobha `for whom each of them . . . would not have made a competent footman', Maguires of F. 37 (39.y) . fuair a caoilfhiodh a sh.¤ shaoir a worthy arti- ficer (of a building), DDána 119.35 . Ruaidhri . . . s.¤ an tíre sin do tighearna competent to be lord of that land, FM iv 1006.15 . oighre Cheallacháin . . . | s.¤ trí ríoghacht dhe rígh `meet king . . . of three kingdoms', E. O'Rahilly xv 18 . nir fed si a saith d'fagbhail re denumh do riamh she could not do enough for him (Mary Magdalene), Smaointe B. Chr. 2872 .

? sáithchiall

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n (sáith+cíall?): fochen cid sathchíall (sáithchiall, v.l.) súthe `welcome is even the piercing sense of wisdom' (as if conn. with sáithid), RC xxvi 16 § 13 .i. is mochen limsa do cheilsiu áith súthemail, LL 186b23 .

1 saithe

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Forms: sathi

n io,m.

(a) a swarm, throng, multitude: n p. int sathi , gl. (filiorum) examina, Ml. 90b7 . s.¤ .i. buidhen, O'Dav. 1460 (glossing: s.¤ snámach, Fél. Aug. 6 ). `s.¤' slúaigh no sochaidhe, Met. Gl. 18 § 55 . s.¤ .i. sluagh, sochaide no iomad, O'Cl. saithi .i. sochaide, Lec. Gl. 113 . Of persons: co Críst cechaing sathe, Fél. Jan. 25 , July 23 . sathe: Mache, May 28 . iar saithib, Sept. 30 . ro damnad co sáthib slóg | Ramath, cathir nan- Ammón, SR 6731 . tugsat saithiu for sluaighedh `they took companies on an expedition', Auraic. 273 (poem) = tugsad cuigi fri sluaiged, 2589 (YBL). tairrngera dó, saer in s.¤, | teora flaithe coicat uadh, Anecd. ii 8.22 . memaid s.¤ scarthach ndonn | hūad sīardes do Mondornd, ZCP viii 308.14 . cach sathe díib rogab crūib (= craíb) | sethnu hĒrend, 20 . sáithi derbtha ór chin Ó Cáimh `the proven gentry from whom O'K. has sprung', Ériu iv 218 § 26 (flaithe, v.l.). s.¤ sluaigh . . . Ó mBriúin, DDána 79.4 . saichi seghmar sarcalma (of warriors), St. Ercuil 1063 .

(b) of bees, etc.: ailit a saithib a cobdailib crich, Laws iv 164.11 (Bechbretha). leth[t]orud in t[ṡ]aithi sen, 192.11 . s.¤ . . . do sil bech, ii 122.1 Comm . toradh na saithedh, iv 170.23 Comm . saithchi brighmur bech os bechlusaib, ZCP vi 285.26 . lethet oirdne do shaithib `the breadth of a thumb from the bee- swarms', Ériu iii 102 § 30 . atcitis na saithedha beac[h] ┐ foichedh, CCath. 4781 . teach saithi láimh re Life (: laithe) a beehive (?), IGT Decl. ex. 133 . s.¤ do chuileógaibh, TSh. 9743 . s.¤ dhoilghe mhíoltóg, Exod. viii 24 . na saitheadha mioltóg, 29 .

(c) of missiles: s.¤ saiged a flight of arrows, Alex. 244 , 675 . ro tharlaicset s.¤ bodhbha . . . do shaighdibh, CCath. 1961 . do léigetar saitheda dá slegaib . . . ar in árdflaith, Caithr. Thoirdh. 52.4 . s.¤ peiler a gonnadhaibh, FM vi 2116.17 .

Note also: do ríaglaib rímtir saithi `swarms of rules are enumerated (?)', Ériu iii 100 § 22 .

2 saithe

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n (saíthe < saeth?) sickness, distress : d'heg do saithi fhiluin of a malignant tumour, AU iii 418.19 . See filún.

saithech

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n a law, legal measure (?): s.¤ .i. dlige, O'C. 2068 ( H. 4.22, 67 ). s.¤ eile tresi toibheochadh a dliged some other process by which she might exact her rights, O'C. 2363 ( Eg. 88, 28b ).

sáithech

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adj o, ā (sáith) also sáthach

(a) satisfied, filled (of physical appetite): sáth .i. biad. inde dicitur saithech, Corm. 41 = Corm. Y 1163 . sathach gl. satur, Ir. Gl. 402 . a llucht saille . . . ba sáthech in cū de, Hy. v 28 ( Thes. ii 334 ). menba sāit[h]ech, nī subach | in corp ītmar acarach, Arch. iii 240 § 37 . díamsa saithech bíd ┐ cotulta, LU 8469 ( FB 32 ). nīdom sāitheach dom chluithi beos, TBC² 507 = nimda sátech dom cluchi, LU 4996 ; cf. corbat dóithanaig cluchi, TBC 991 = comba saithig, St. bidh saithech o began be satisfied with a little, Ériu v 128 § 18 . tan it s.¤ not-ge[i]b úall, ZCP vii 268 § 5 . combat saíthech dít (sic leg.) `until they have had enough of you', xviii 92.8 ( LL 284a16 ). nirbat sathig, Met. Dinds. iii 78.24 . bud dīmsach gach sāit[h]ech, ZCP x 50.22 . gumdar mesco ┐ gumtar sathig, IT i 138.17 . o roptar mescai ┐ roptar sáthig, LU 1827 . at nagar biad doib cu mba saitheach iat, MR 10.13 . go beith sáthach dhuit-se until thou hast had thy fill, Keat. iii 1024 . a dhream atá sáthach = qui saturati estis, TSh. 7240 . ní d' ithe ┐ bheith sáitheach, Deut. xi 15 . íostaoi ┐ ní bheithí sáthach, Levit. xxvi 26 . Compar. ní fhuarabairsi riam biad da mba sathchu sib, LL 303b12 ( SG 378.21 , RC xiii 82 § 87 ).

(b) in wider sense satisfied, content, of good cheer, flourishing : sāithech cech ainmnetach aitt, Ériu ix 47.3 . basa setrech saithech, LU 1353 ( Im. Brain ii 292 § 14 ). ba calma saithech sonairt slog . . . na Romanach, LB 157a14 . batar sáthaig a slóig, Alex. 196 . gach rí saidhbhir sáitheach, DDána 22.4 .

saíthemail

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x see suíthemail.

saithemain

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n (cf. saithe) a swarm of bees : saitheamhain .i. saithe beach, O'Cl. O'R. ? forloiscfitir etir slēbib sathemain, RC xxvi 48.261 (glossed .i. na soetha main, Rawl. 112a20 ).

saíthid

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v (saeth) takes unfair advantage of: cia rosuithi (= ro-saíthea) 'obschon … übervorteilt hat' CIH ii 593.11 (Berrad Airechta § 29) , Bürgsch. 10 . ? inníi saothar (soetair, v.l.) uada 'the thing which is unfairly taken from him' Contract Law 164 § 32 .

sáithid

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x see sáidid.