scaíled

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Forms: scailid

u and o,m. vn. of scaílid. Cf. scailid, BB 433b39 , Ir. Astr. Tr. 42.z (perh. for scaíliud). IGT Verbs § 71 (224.22) .

I Act of scattering, dispersing : spréigheadh, scaoiledh, sreathnugha[dh], Eg. Gl. 531 .

(a) of persons: is i scoíliud ┐ i n-esréidiud no bíad a chenel, Trip.² 2657 . batar i nEmain corbo amm scáilti dóib. Luid cách díb da thig a athar till it was time for them to disperse, TBC 1013 . fassughudh Laigen . . . ┐ a scailedh fo Erinn `a scattering of its people', RC xviii 37.26 . dogéntar scáiled na n-apstal for cech leth, PH 3006 . [ar] scaoiledh na scoile fon doman uile, Laws i 20.10 Comm . dul do Themraig ┐ scailed do denam ina degaid disband, Acall. 5249 . go hionbhuidh sgaoilte don sgail, DDána 73.17 . fatha sgaoilidh na sgoile, Ir. Review 1913, 595 § 12 . ni ro leiccit sccaoileadh doibh co rangattar Eas Dara `made no delay' (= did not disband), FM iii 82.13 . ro léiccsiot scaoíleadh dá n-amhsaibh ar n-íc a ttuilmhe, v 1660.x . Cf. leagur scailed dhoib `let them alone' (of marauders), Lism. L. 3177 (or in meaning II (b)?). In sense of routing, scattering in battle (usually with scaindred, q.v.): is hé darat scaindred ┐ scáiliud forsin ṁbantrocht . . . na cíchloiscthe, TTr. 431 .

(b) other applications: in tinid atchonnaircaisthi (sic) do todail (.i. do sgailed) damh-sa = ex me exeuntem, Trip.² 224 . inni fir-bis aice do beo-dilib . . . do comscailed uad .i. . . . scaile[d] a set dissipating, Laws v 438.12 Comm . sgaíled néll dispersing clouds, IGT Decl. ex. 1237 . tearc do chommór . . . | ar sgaoileadh each nó áirgheadh, DDána 74.64 .

(c) act of destroying : cen templu na n-idal do scailiud acht a coisecrad do Dia, Anecd. iii 70.17 . is comairt ar cnamaib ┐ is scailedh ar sciathaib (of weapons), Ériu viii 24.1 . ni do scáiled rechta tanac-sa . . . acht is dia chomailliud to annul, PH 4767 . flaithes cen scailedh, Lism. L. 3860 . sgaoileadh gan sgur `utter ruin', Magauran 3118 .

(d) dissipating (feelings, etc.): ní cás duid sgaoileadh dom sgíos `to ease my distress', A. Ó Dálaigh xxi 9 . sgaoileadh eolchuire, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 147.40 .

(e) act of disseminating (stories, etc.): a fhir scailid na scél tall, Ir. Texts ii 56 § 48 . ni fhuil litir da laghad | nar scoiletar na scola (of the reverence paid to Colum Cille's writings), 87 § 4 . mithidh dhamh sgaoileadh dom sgéal ` 'tis time to tell my tale', PBocht 11A.8 . ag sgaoileadh an sgrioptúir spreading the gospel, DDána 59.21 .

(f) various: debaid . . . no scaile[d] fight, contention (?), Laws i 176.10 Comm . , cf. mannar .i. sgailed, O'Dav. 1255 . mannar .i. sgáoileadh, O'Cl. cerbo tri haicmeda re scailed iadsen, rob en aicme iar mbunudas iad `though they were three tribes through division' (i.e. by divergence from root-stock), Ériu ii 180.21 . a amus . . . d'urchor pilér i scaoileadh a éidedh plata `in the opening of his plate armour', FM vi 2026.15 . sgaoileadh beoil = fissura labiorum, 23 K 42, 297.3 . an fual . . . aga mbíd sgaoilte cruinne = urina . . . habens resolutiones rotundas, 127.18 . fá scaoiltibh ród nEórpa the divergent roads of E., Hackett xxi 14 . as i naduir an aeir . . . dul a scailedh ┐ a letni `to spread', Ir. Astr. Tr. 54.7 .

II

(a) act of opening, undoing : scailiud murgabla srotha Lygir, BB 373a30 = tuaslucud in murgabail, LL 159b30 = scáiled in mur-gabuil . . . | cos'tathig Ligir `to release the . . . inlet', Met. Dinds. iii 194.9 . imrulae Críst . . . asin chengul . . . cin scáiliud glais nó gemli, Ériu ii 200.10 . scailedh `loosening' (of stakes), Laws i 236.6 Comm . oc scailed a fuilt, PH 1354 . trillsi liatha . . . for scáiliudh ┐ for esrethiudh ima cenn, CCath. 408 .

(b) act of releasing, loosing : ic scailiud dér, TFerbe 608 . sgaoileadh cáigh san cheangail-sin (the Crucifixion), DDána 54.19 . go dtiubhradh P. airgead dó dho chionn a sgaoilte, Acts xxiv 26 . sanntaigim scailedh on corp, Smaointe B. Chr. 6019 . atá mian oram sgaoileadh dhíom, nó bheith arnam sgaoileadh = cupio dissolvi, TSh. 2706 . fuil do scaoileadh blood-letting, Corp. Astron. 54.28 .

(c) act of unfolding, spreading out (a covering, etc.): brat do sgailedh ara cind, Laws iv 186.8 Comm . iar sgaoileadh a mbratach unfurling, Mart. Don. xxix 17 . scailed sroill, Ir. Texts ii 64 § 6 .

(d) act of elucidating, solving : ag sgaoileadh ceasd, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 125.43 . an cheist seo chuirim is urasa scaoileadh to solve it, Keat. Poems 1577 . craobh coibhneasa Clann Eachach | . . . | dá sgaoileadh um laoidh elucidating them, Ir. Texts iv 49 § 2 . lucht sgaoilte gég ngeinealaigh `those who unravel genealogical branches', Studies 1920, 567 § 15 . Note also: fá réir na scol do scaoiled supplying the wants of the poets, O'Gr. Cat. 508.16 .

scaílid

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Forms: scaílte, scaíled

v (cf. scaíl) IGT Verbs § 71 (224.22) .

I Intrans.

(a) bursts, scatters, spreads : na scailed no na maided would burst, Laws v 472.4 Comm . cóica samaisce . . . no scáiltis imma loegu `platzten um ihre Kälber', TBC 1531 . cor scáil gairge in tened . . . | tar cethri hairdi hÉrend spread abroad, Met. Dinds. ii 42.15 . scaílis a cride 'n-a curp `her heart burst', iv 148.33 . roscail sruth Iordanen re tuaith Dé divided before God's people, RC xii 434 § 38 . da tegmadh co sgailfeadh arin sicne, Ir. Texts v 5.1 . do scailetar na glais the locks burst open, BCC 296 (316.41) . do sgaoileadar na sgiatháin `gave way' (Daedalus), TD 20.35 . innte rosgaoil . . . | Loch Riach burst forth, ML 98.3 . scailid an t-aer ┐ lethnaidh expands, Ir. Astr. Tr. 54.11 . C. . . . roscáil scíam whose beauty spread abroad (?), Met. Dinds. iii 164.5 (rosclai, v.l.). ó do sgaoil cunnradh na gcéidfhear broke down, Aithd. D. 31.26 .

(b) of persons divide, scatter, separate, part company (usually with pl. or collect. subject): scailit uad fo-dess, fo-thuaid, Ériu vii 224 § 39 . ar na teichtís úad ┐ ar ná scáiltís immi, TBC 2647 . clanna I. uli | scāilseat fon mbith, Ériu iv 174.1 . scáilidh . . . cách o chele dib dia tigib, RC xviii 45.29 . do sgaoil an tréad . . . | ó chodhnach na cúirte scattered, DDána 31.20 . ionnus gur sgaoil an t-árm `the army broke up', Rel. Celt. ii 166.12 . ro sgailset asind inad-sin, Ann. Conn. 1224.13 . Note also: scaílis cách chum a chéile díbh each of them goes to (greet) the other, Comp. Con C. 121.27 . Of a family tree: sgaoilid síol Eóghain ag Aodh `divide', TD 26.15 .

(c) with DE: releases, frees, lets go (perh. trans. with ellipsis of object, cf. II (i) and: and-sain scailset láma de-sium `loosed their hands from him', TBC 936 ). ? ro-thaithmigestar . . . na cuibrige . . . co ro-scail de focetoir `he was freed', PH 2195 (impers.?). achd muna sgaoile Dia dhé, DDána 7.16 . gach abhann . . . | leis do sgaoileadh dhí was let flow, Aithd. D. 37.17 . a Íosa, sgaoilidh dar sgíos `ease my fatigue', A. Ó Dálaigh xxi 2 , cf. 9 . do scaoileadur da ngadhruib, Feis TC 15 . rosgail do braighdib in imperi, ZCP vi 48.29 . scaoilis do Choin gCulainn, Keat. ii 3478 .

II Trans.

(a) scatters, disperses : scailfitir in tret . . . | innocht immon n-oegaire, SR 7715 . iss ed sin . . . is mó ro scail Ultu fo Érind tomaidb (sic) Locha Echach, LU 3059 . co scailseat dunebaith don bith `scattered mortality over the world', Ériu ii 140 § 148 . coro scail grían na firinne . . . a ruithin tre airdib in domain, Trip.² 69 (cf. Thr. Hom. 4.7 ). roileg Odrāin . . . | arar sgāiles úir Rómha on which I strewed earth brought from Rome, ZCP xii 394.27 . scaóilidh an rígh . . . an uile olc ó chéile `scattereth away all evil', Prov. xx 8 . Note also: ro- scāiled do chāch a ord was allotted, Ériu ix 48 § 26 . rascailsead na curaid sin a comrath `dispersed from conversing', TTebe 1340 .

(b) of feelings, etc., dissipates, disperses : sgaoilsi cuisle a damhnuidh dhi, | cuirsi anmuin san éigsi, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 123.83 . do sgaoil soin ar seanfhala `it has removed my old offences', PBocht 19.32 . do scaoil Dia na daoirbhretha `hath rescinded His harsh judgments', O'Gr. Cat. 513.4 . sgaoil uainn mo ralam take away my sin, DDána 51.8 . an fín seimh . . . is luath a meisce ┐ is luath scailter hi the intoxication is soon past, O'Gr. Cat. 216.9 .

(c) scatters (gifts, money), is generous: gur scail a innmus ar bochtaib Erenn, Aisl. Tund. 112.2 . is mór do mhaoinibh . . . do sgaoiledh ┐ do bronnadh leis an láimh si d'filidhibh, Comp. Con C. 124.4 . gach fleadh . . . do sgaoileadh so ar ōgaibh Uladh, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 46.9 . bí neach ann sgaóileas `that scattereth' (i.e. is bountiful), Prov. xi 24 . scailed sí a crod . . . | dol na scailed dí as degeol, Ir. Texts ii 62 § 46 .

(d) disseminates, spreads (news, etc.): scenb in scél ro-scaíled ann, Sc. M.² 24b ( Met. Dinds. iv 192 ). Sruth N., nách scaílenn scol `though the school mention it not', Met. Dinds. iv 174.41 . cosindiu ni ro scáilius | ni ro maidius a inmaine `I have not published nor boasted of his love', 322.51 . ciall a scaoilid na sgoile, Ir. Texts ii 68 § 41 . diamhair mo sgeóil ní sgaoileabh, TD 39.11 . do sgaoilis sgannail Gaoidheal `you have made public the scandals of the G.', Content. xii 2 . nā sgāil rūn nā cogar airdrīgh | congaib agut é go docht, ZCP vi 272 § 8 .

(e) spreads out, extends (of coverings, wings, etc.): ro scailed in seolbrat, LU 187 = Todd Nenn. 96.5 . do scáiled a phuball tar Pátraic, Acall. 711 . ro scailed a pell fae, Cog. 196.21 . foscad a scíthán in tan scáeiles íat expands, RC xxiv 376.33 .

(f) of the Tower of Babel: co robuaidrem ┐ co rasgaoilem a dtengta impo, Auraic. 2431 . isna hilbelraibh ro sccaoilit ag an tur `that were separated', Leb. Gab. 192.14 .

(g) destroys (partic. buildings): slaidid scíathu | scailid gou shatters spears, LU 3387 ( SC 17 ). ro scailset tra muinter Nath Í in tor, LU 2789 . scáilid-si in tempul-sa, PH 2726 . cur scailsed caslen Lece Dergi, Ann. Conn. 1247.6 .

(h) in sense of scaraid: roscailed a anum re a corp dó, TTebe 3853 .

(i) releases, looses (cf. I (c)): ro scáil badb `he loosed the war- sprite', Arch. Hib. ii 62 § 51 ( LL 183a44 ). scailid . . . gíall a geimhlibh, Ir. Texts ii 62 § 43 . tuir . . . | do scailedh A. . . . ass, 69 § 4 . gor sgaoil toil Dé dá ndeacraibh till God's will released them from their difficulties, Magauran 3106 . mar do sgaoil Pharao amach . . . é, TSh. 4468 . amhail choin . . . do sgaoilfidhe fá shluaghaibh, 3122 . Note also: naide sanna (sic Senchus M. facs.) . . . .i. na sgailend `alienate . . . release' (of land), Laws ii 282.8 , 16 Comm . dagen fidair . . . scailfis amach brig na raiteadh so `a figure that will elucidate', Ir. Astr. Tr. 12.10 .

(j) undoes, opens : sgoiligh mo cuibhrighe, BNnÉ 110 § 43 . ní sgaoilfidh sí glas mo chos, O'Gr. Cat. 523.20 . scáoil do bhróg dot chois, Judges v 15 . sgaoil lét fheirg a haradhain `give free rein to your wrath', Content. x 1 . scāilfeat mo scīath ar a scāth I will unbuckle (?), ZCP xiii 168.32 . conéracht L. . . . | coroscail roaib in ríg-thech `opened the royal house from before them', Met. Dinds. iii 80.46 . na scail in litir do not open the letter, ZCP vi 283.20 .

(k) fires (a gun): na canōin riaghalta gusin ordanāss mōr ro sgaoiltidhe friss, Fl. Earls 48.16 . do sgaoilsead frais lāmhaigh i n-aon uaim, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 15.26 . With omission of obj.: do sgaoileadur 'sdo leagadh fir they fired, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 12.13 .

Part. scaílte.

Vn. scaíled.

scailp, scalp

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Forms: scalp

n [f.?] cleft, fissure, chasm (in rock): s.¤ a uerbo scalpio .i. lomraim, Corm. Y 1185 . cor-raba forsind liic īar cúl in dūine fo s.¤ and beneath an opening in the rock, 698(60.2 = fond licc, 3 ). scalp (given as ex. of wd. of five letters), Auraic. 1230 = sgailp, 4540 . a n-aitriubh . . . i scailpib (scalpaibh, v.l.) carracc (of serpents), CCath. 3083 , cf. 3959 . i s.¤ cairrci, 4009 . ro ḟágaibh . . . a curach a scalpaibh carrag, Ériu iii 154 § 7 . a sgalpaibh cruadhcharrag, Buile S. 22.9 . a s.¤ comhadhpail cairrgi, Fl. Earls 162.9 . annsna gleanntuibh fá scealpaibh na ccarrac `clefts', Isa. lvii 5 . a scealpuibh na ccarrac, Jerem. xlix 16 . ? is do deacraib in domain | buain mela ar mecnaib ibaír | a s.¤ for conaib gearraib | longad i ceallaib scibair, BB 299a15 . Of a person: s.¤ ingini maeili duibhi, Acall. 1901 (a different wd.? See under 1 scairb).

scailpide

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n (scailp?): co cualatar . . . na gotha demnacda ┐ in ngolgaire ṅgruamda n-allta scalpide aduathmar isin aer os cind in tempuil, LB 152b54 .

1 scailt

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Forms: sc(c)ailt

n name of a fruit: da cliabh do scaltaibh purpair = scaltis . . . purpureis, BNnÉ 74 § 136 . n d s. sc(c)ailt, 75 § 138 . See Notes.

2 scailt, scailtid

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x see scoilt, etc.

scaílte

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io, iā part. of scaílid. scattered, divided; released, loosed : roptis do reṅga rigthi ┐ do chethramthain scāilte sundered apart, TBC² 1183 . tho ḟolt scailti . . . for cach n-oénleth, SR 1601 . delb hiruphin . . . | co scathaib a scíath scailte spread out, 4316 . a fhuilt scailte b'a cendaib, PH 393 . fuilt sgaoilte, TD 24.24 . a lumman find fírscailti ina dīaid `widespread', Aisl. MC 65.1 . nach robhadur a boill sgailti mar cach (of the child Christ), Smaointe B. Chr. 310 . ger sccáilte ind aittrebh sin, do ba nemh-sccaoilte a cconuersaid ┐ a ccoccús `though their dwellings were divided from one another', BNnÉ 49 § 30 . ben sgaoilte gan fher free, unbound, O'Hussey TC 169.2 . na mic nach bí sgaoilte ó lámhsmacht a n-aithreach who are still under the control of their fathers, TSh. 5122 . cunnradh sgaoilte dissolved, Ir. Texts iv 104.11 . In moral sense: a sheanbhaidh sgaoilte sgannalaigh `ô vieille sotte dissolue', RC xxiii 18.5 . ar mhórán do dhaoinibh sgaoilte na hÉireann, TSh. 3543 .

In metrics used of quatrains where the end words of lines a and c are not connected by consonance (`Assonanz', Thurn.) with those of b and d, see Thurn., IT iii 136 , Meyer, Primer § 15 . In deibide scaílte (the usual form), b and d do not con- sonate, see IT iii 147 .

1 scaíltech

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adj o, ā (scaílte) scattered, dispersed, separated : ger bó sgailtech tricha cet na nGailian fo feraib Erenn were distributed among the men of Ireland, TBC p. 67 n. 5 (St. = discailtig, LL). ropsat scuchtha scailtecha scénmhara (of troops), MR 254.7 . roba scaoiltech . . . a sluagh co fuineadh greiniu (gl. on fodlaigh), Leb. Gab. 154 n. 3 . scaoilteach iad ann gach aon- aird, Keat. Poems 1180 . rocuadar . . . co scailteach easraiti da trebaib, CCath. 2583 . dream nár sgaoílteach ó bhuídhnibh `who were not stragglers from troops (?)', Duan. Finn ii 278 § 109 . fiacla . . . scaoilteacha, neamh-iomlána, Corp. Astron. 74.25 . le neichib sgailteacha dissolvent, 23 P 10³, 61b23 . generous, lavish : do bhí sé caithmheach scaiptheach scaoilteach (of a chief), Hackett xxxix 148 . scailtech ar maeruib mac Grainne the son of G. is generous to stewards, Ir. Texts ii 46 § 10 . In moral sense dissolute : gan do cheimniughadh do bheith . . . utmall na scailteach = quod incessus non sit . . . dissolutus, ITS xxix 138.31 . gidh cruaidh leis an duine sgailteach . . . a cheartughadh = homini dissoluto, 183.13 . sgaoilteach na beatha of dissolute life, Mac Aingil 112.12 . Metr. = scaílte: rannaigecht scailtech, IT iii 26.y .

2 scaíltech

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n [ā,f.?] (scaílte) diarrhoea (?): sgaoiltech uatha ar fheruibh Alban | d'ēis gach āgha, Sc. G. St. ii 78.1 .

scaíltige

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n [f.] (1 scaíltech): o luaimhnighi in adbuir ┐ ona sgailtighi rarity, tenuity , Rosa Ang. 320.12 .

scaim

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x see scam.