scálán

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n [o, m.] (2 scál) hut, bothy, tent : tōgadar paliuin, botha, ┐ sgālāin ann, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 29.6 . sgartar re cēli a cnāmha | mar tógaibter sgālāna, ZCP xii 389.24 . do-rinnedar . . . scālāna arda, ML² 1070 . suidheochuid na lebhítígh a scáláin fa gcuairt, Num. i 53 . See bélscálán.

scálda

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adj (1 scál) gigantic, terrible : ascata .i. lāechda; nō scālda ar ūathmaire an laoich amhail scāth, Corm. Y 21 = scalta, Corm. 1 .

scalgarnach

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Forms: sgaltarnach

n (2 scol) singing, warbling (of the blackbird): sgalgarnach luin Leitreach Laoí, Duan. Finn ii 204.19 = sgaltarnach. Oss. iv 4.3 .

scall

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x see 2 scál.

scallac

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n [f. ?] piece, fragment : ro chuir s.¤ mhōr don arān . . . ina bēl, Ir. Texts i 43.26 . cor' bris in charrac cen cheól | fer clis na s.¤ scíth-eól `of the weariful crags' (but perh. ref. to L.'s office of `rannaire'), Met. Dinds. iv 218.z . ? bebaid scoilicc 'he will perish from a morsel of food' The Kingship and Landscape of Tara 82 § 4 (Baile Chuinn Chétchathaig) (or might be a placename). See sceillec.

? scallaire

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n ní thabhair aon dá aire | an nasg do-ní an sgallaire `no man gives heed to the tormentor's bond (?)' (sgalghaire, v.l.), Studies 1919, 612 § 5 . See Dinn. Or cf. 2 scál ?

scalp

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x see scailp.

scalpide

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x see scailpide.

scálta

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x see scálda.

scaltarnach

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x see under scalgarnach.

scalún

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Forms: scailiún

n (Eng. or Romance loan-word) scallion, shallot, leek: cipolla .i. scalun, Arch. i 335 no. 85 . scailiún `a leek ', Hog. Luibhl.