sandaile

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Forms: sanduile

n (Eng. or Romance loan-word) sandal-wood, sanders : sanduile, Rosa Ang. 102.13 . 146.24 . do shandaili ailbi ┐ do ṡandaili ruibia, 23 P 10³, 18a23 . sandaili geal, 14bz . deathaige neithead ndeadh-balaid . . . mur atā rōs ┐ sanduile = ex rosis sandalis, RSláinte 1468 .

sanglaíd

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x see sanas.

sann

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n food (?): gafand .i. s.¤ .i. nomen sasta .i. anland tarsand, O'Mulc. 612 .

sannaid

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Forms: sannud

v ā Legal separates, alienates (land): is mesiuch cach fear fine cunai a fintiud; naid inrean, naide sanna (sic Senchus M. Facs. 33b ) `he is not to sell it, or alienate it' (i.e. land belong- ing to the family), Laws ii 282.8 .i. na sgailend, 15 Comm . ; `entfremdet', ZCP xiv 371 . ni tualuing imfoichida . . . nodo sanna (sic Senchas M. Facs. 34a ) finnteaduib `who alienates his tribe-lands', 284.22 .i. do mac foesma do ainfine `to an adopted son from a strange tribe', 286.2 Comm . ; `wer sie von Sippen- ländern trennt', ZCP xiv 373 . ni sanntar ni seacha fine o becaib co moraib, v 442.20 .i. noco comscailter ni de sech ín fine dia roisit a les fen, 444.5 Comm . Cf. ni sanntar ní sech fine .i. ni comscailter ní don ferann sech in fine, O'C. 434 ( H. 3.18, 235a ). ma ro bronntar .i. im ní de; ma ro sanntur .i. uime uile, O'Don. 565 ( H. 3.17, 441 ). ? do tshennastar an ferann do macaib, O'C. 401 ( H. 3.18, 223a ).

Vn. sannud: ni tualaing roda selba sanna[d] one who owns it (land) cannot alienate it (?), Laws i 202.5 (but perhaps: one cannot alienate possessions, see under selb) .i. ni coimgech comscailedh in feraind, 206.28 Comm . Cf. ni tualaing selba sanda .i. scailte tire, O'C. 1990 ( H. 4.22, 25 ). forgo set . . . do sannad; a grian techta do sannad, Laws v 436.25 .i. a ferund dligthech do comscailed uadh, 438.10 Comm . Cf. a grian ┐ a forgu sét . . . do sannadh, O'Don. 19 ( H. 3.17, 19 ). ? forgo sed do sennadh .i. . . . do scailedh, O'C. 583 ( H. 3.18, 289 ).

sanndal

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n (fabric) sendal : sanndal arna noibriugad ┐ arna denum go ro-onorach Celtica ii 137.481 .

sannsae

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n name of a plant: gab cugat an s.¤ , Ir. Texts v 6.14 . gabh sanasaegh ┐ cumann gall ┐ buathfallan liath, 18.33 = radicem ireos, 21.15 ?

sant

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Forms: sa(i)nnt, sainnt

n ā,f. (cf. W. chwant). Later sa(i)nnt. sainnt f., IGT Decl. § 14 (69.12) .

(a) strong desire, eagerness : ar accubur ┐ saint immin domun, Ml. 69a6 . co tabrad a shaint do shétaib ┐ máinib as much as he desired, LL 114b41 ( RC viii 50.6 ). ciar bo saint lium though I desired it, PH 3861 . dínsem na n-erchraide ┐ sáint na suthaine, 6864 . saint imon mbiad todochaide, 6784 . la sainnt sluinti `through covetousness of the name', Laws iv 376.25 . saint [.i.?] acobuir na set, v 284.20 Comm . ro lín a shainnt do thodail fhola na Tróianda fulfilled his desire by shedding, TTr.² 163 . ro bói . . . sant mór ┐ duthracht calmai do denam occu, TFerbe 306 . ro lin a menmain . . . saint fogbala cuirp Poimp, CCath. 4016 . co tainic saint a n-aideda doib so that they were ready to die (in battle), 2735 . noch do thogaib a shaind ┐ noch da metaig a menma `by which his ardour was excited', Cog. 184.3 . do ghabhadar . . . sainnt siúbhail chuca desire to re- treat, ML 142.9 . do shainnt ré fuascladh d'fhagháil, Keat. iii 3236 . dibech graece difa .i. sitis, ar is it (sic MS.) fa sainti in dibech, O'Mulc. 310 , leg. itfa sainti `a covetous glutton', Ériu xii 239 .

(b) greed, avarice, covetousness (the usual meaning in relig. texts): do irgairiu na sainte, Wb. 12d32 . s.¤ gl. idolorum seruitus (intended for the preceding wd. luxoria?), 20b19 . buith oc airbiathad sainte, 29b18 . sechitir goa ar saint `from covetous- ness', 31b20 . bith flaithem intí solam for saint `will be king over cupidity', Ml. 90a9 . trí hairig na ndúalche .i. s.¤, cráes, étrad `avarice', Triads 115 . descaid sainti imcaisin, RC xlv 74 § 15 . co llinfa ro-sh.¤ cach ṅduine `greed', xxvi 44.4 . sainnt i mbaccaib óe the liver is the seat of greed, Arch. iii 223.9 . in tsháint . . . .i. in fhrém ó fhás in uli olc, PH 7602 . sáint máine do chomarsan, 7603 . i peccad na sáinnte, 7746 . tuigthir nach caithionn do chrodh | méad bhar sainnte ar an saoghal, DDána 53.22 . clerigh deridh aimsiri | ar chuis shainnti ag fúr chrabaid, Ir. Texts iv 38.20 . saint na sūl = concupiscentia oculorum, Desid. 889 . grádh sainnte love inspired by greed, 5467 . séideadh . . . na sainnte, TSh. 2072 . fiabhras spioratdha . . . dá ngairthear sainnt, 7921 . an té fhúathuighios saint `covetousness', Prov. xxviii 16 . éigceart a shainte, Isa. lvii 17 . Of sexual desire: gabais . . . saint an rí[g] impi, IT i 120.13 . cindus no gebadh dil a shainnti don rigain, St. Ercuil 17 .

Compd. ¤chailte: avaritia . . . .i. santchailti, Ériu vii 152 § 1 a .

santach

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Forms: sanntach

adj o, ā (sant). Later also sanntach.

(a) desirous, greedy, covetous : sanntach gl. avarus, Ir. Gl. 667 . nís sanntaighi gl. avarior, 1120 . ní s.¤ gl. non cupidum, Wb. 28b26 . ní sanntach hí in dearc, PH 5918 . a fhir shaoghalta shanntaigh, DDána 53.1 . ro b'iat . . . ba santaigi saigid most eager in attack, MR 216.22 . Adv. eist riu so . . . co sanntach diligenter, Smaointe B. Chr. 132 v.l.

With object of desire governed by prep.: o ta [se] fen co sanntach cuige he is desirous of it, Fier. 19 . ni sanntaighe misi chum an geráin so do chur arna drochsherbísechaib so . . . ná gach aenduine dot daoinibhsi, Ir. Texts iv 28.17 . nī pu for sēotu s.¤ , Hy. v 7 , glossed nirbo s.¤ fri seutu, Thes. ii 328.20 . nirbat s.¤ forsin bith | nach for innem cloen, LB 261a8 = nírbat santa[ch] immun mbith, Arch. iii 312 § 6 . nírbó s.¤ immon ríge, TTr.² 1235 .

With objective gen.: fine cuindgheda | santaigh senmheda greedy of old mead, IT iii 91 § 128 = Bruchst. i § 36 . nirsat sanntaich siubhail, Ir. Texts iv 38.19 . ar chlanna Gall ba shanntach sáithte eager to attack, Hackett xl 167 .

(b) of things: tug Sir Gyi sathudh sanntach sleghi ar Sir Gailiard an eager thrust, ZCP vi 69.z . cath sanntach, ML 84.x . is ann-sin fa sanntaigi in sarcomlunn, ZCP vi 43.8 . tucc sidhe sanntach solamhaigh dia shaighidh, FM vi 2114.21 . sruth sanntach síradhbul sleibhi a swift-rushing stream, St. Ercuil 891 .

(c) as subst.: adcota s.¤ seota a covetous person acquires treasures, RC xlv 63 § 18 . imchisneach cach s.¤ , Arch. iii 230. 136 = ZCP xvii 66 § 58 . ni raga . . . sánntach . . . isin flaith némdai, PH 6907 . a sh.¤ na set saegullai oh thou who art greedy for worldly treasures, 8179 .

(d) of object of desire desirable, desired : asbert C. . . . nárbu s.¤ fair cauradmir do chosnam etir, LU 9173 ( FB 90 ). cemad sanntach lais `though he should covet it', Laws iv 376.26 . in tan bad santachu leis cotlud when he most desired to sleep, ZCP xiii 27.19 . niba sanntach sidamail . . . mo betha co tuca Dia dam inní shirim, LB 231b6 .

santachán

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n o,m. (santach) covetous person . As n.pr. Santachan mac Sneidhriaghla, Anecd. ii 49.16 .

santaige

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Forms: thsuantaige

n ,f. (santach) covetousness, greed, eagerness : santaidhe i fFrangcaibh, MS. Mat. 581.3 . is uime adubairt an deamhan .i. ara shanntaighi, O'C. 1441 ( H. 3.18, 644a ). ? cen brath ne[i]ch, cen thsuntaige (thsuantaige , MS.), Arch. iii 320 § 92 . As gramm. abstract of santach: ro buaidhred na linnti leo . . . lé sanntaighi ro cingset [do]cum na sruth so eagerly did they go, CCath. 2572 .

santaigid

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Forms: sainntigid, san(n)tugad, sanntugud, sēd

v (sant) Usually with -nn-. Occas. also sainntigid desires, is eager for; covets, lusts after: airm i sánntaigfiter bás (i.e. hell), PH 3639 . sanntaiged . . . in rig . . . in fírinde, imgabad in anfhirinde, 4254 . na sanntaig ni do chomarsan, 7711 . in lucht shanntaigit in saegul, 7739 . folamustar (.i. ro sandtaigestar) . . . P. congbal (.i. eclais) oc Ath M., Arch. iii 20.1 . gē dosanntaig bhetha[id] mbī, ZCP vii 304.2 . ní ar domhan ní shanntuigheann, DDána 120.5 . ná sanntaigh bean do chomharsan, TSh. 7227 . don druing do shainnteóchadh iad, 8307 .

With vn. constructions: co n-id áil leis cech maith do dénam, ┐ co sánntaid (for -aige?) adrad in choimded, PH 7095 . noshanntaiged . . . Mártain asa naidendacht fógnam do Dia, Lat. Lives 87 . re haghaidh gach aoin . . . do shainteochadh m'fhoghail, DDána 111.18 prose ( 382.8 ). sanntaigis S. in imguin re Ailell `coveted to contend with A.', MR 244.5 . ni fhacca sisi fersgál nar shanntaigh do choimhriachtain fría, ÉC i 79.19 . go sanntuighe na flaithis . . . | féachain ar Éirinn may heaven vouchsafe to look, Hackett xl 43 . a bráithriu . . . santaigid in dearc do dénam, PH 5927 . do shanntaigh é féin do dhíogailt, ML 28.16 . do shanntúigheadar an naomh . . . do marbadh, ZCP ii 554.17 . With follg. clause: sanntaiged tra co nu-s-techtad trocaire la fírinde, PH 4123 . ar a mét ro-shanntaig co fhessad ruine ┐ derrite De (Solomon), 6192 .

Vn. san(n)tugad: sanntugud sēd, ZCP viii 210.2 . oc sánn- tugud indmais in tshaegail, PH 8216 . atait agar sanntug[udh] co sircalma anosa are seeking to attack us, ZCP vi 70.32 . lucht . . . santaighthe coda a gcómhursan, iv 400.13 . is i in gloine sin is coir duin do sanntachadh co mor, Smaointe B. Chr. 1325 . ar na shanntughadh dho Phól dhul asdteach, Acts xix 30 .