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.

scam

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n o,m. Only in pl. lungs : táncatár a scoim ┐ a tromma co mbátár ar etelaig ina bél, TBC² 1944 ( LU 6458 ) = TBC 2607 . no fácbaitis a scaim ┐ a thrommai im ailib, TBC 1925 (sgaimhi, v.l.). conad-corastar i ṅgen ṅgaire acht naptar ecnái a scaim so that their lungs were almost seen, RC xiii 438 § 8 ( LL 288b18 ). cumtar fodircci a scaim, IT iii 240.167 . cono rala i pairtib cro amail scamu cetbruithi (of a lake turned to blood), Todd Nenn. 208.2 = amhail scumha, FM i 502.1 = amail sgumu, CS 160.3 = amail scamhanu, AU i 376.5 . a sgama ┐ a throma, Comp. Con C. 103.5 . conuige a sgoma ┐ a n-airtre, Aisl. Tund. 104.22 = conuige a sgamanoiph, 130.14 . co riacht a sgumha (of a spear), ZCP i 104.38 . See scamán.

scama, scam ?

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n (Lat. squama) scale, rind, scab (?): fual . . . maille re moran do sgamuibh, 23 K 42, 157.1 .

scamach

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n ā,f. (scam) lung-infection of humans and cattle Ir. Hist. Stud. vii 199-200 , EIF 197 : boár .i. sgamach nó maolgarb nó galur righín, O'Dav. 291 (elsewhere dist. from boár). cech frithorcain . . . itir s.¤ ┐ boár ┐ dígbail toraid, RC xii 428 § 17 . pestis qu[a]e dicitur s.¤ , AU i 262.18 . 258.4 . sgamach, ┐ sinech, ┐ gach uile ghalar bhios ar innilibh becca ┐ mora, Anecd. iii 6.5 . tedmand for cethraib . . . scamacha, boara, RC xxvi 46 §233 . Attrib. g s.: do airbiuch cliu gamna scamche `of a mangy cow', Hib. Min. 66.28 . Of human beings: cuicc galair . . . | d'áos m'esccaine . . . | sccamach, lirach, mortin marb, | bás obann ┐ ifreann (`consumption'), BNnÉ 286.19 .

scamal

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n (cf. scamall, Dinn. ): do thuiteadar ó na shulibh fá mar dho bheith sgamail ` scales ', Acts ix 18 .