scamanta

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adj divided, severed (?): 'na cinedaibh scailti scamhanta, CCath. 4968 . do cailc na sciath s.¤ 'arna scris d'faebraip na tuagh `cloven', 5875 . `branchy', Stokes Gloss.¤, comparing Lat. scamnum (ramnorum).

? scamun

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n (cf. Lat. scamnum): is litiud maic bic dia s.¤ dorone in laech sin dit, LL 108b50 = RC xiv 408.21 (`a little boy's "litiud" to his stool').

scandal

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Forms: scan- dail, scanla

n (Lat. scandalum) Orig. (?) o, later also with a d s. scan- dail f. g s. scanla, 1 Sam. xxv 39 . Occas. also with guttural infl. in pl.

(a) quarrel, contention, fight : Fearghus S.¤ .i. s.¤ ro feradh imme ind aidhchi genair é dús cia óadhibh nusn-alath `a quarrel was raised about him', Cóir Anm. 51 = scannal, Ir. Texts i 19 § 1 . dliged cheniuil Fergusa Scannail, § 2 . See ÉC iv 118 - 19 . fichimmir s.¤ n-and, Im. Brain 48.7 (= LU 10986 ) (Compert Mongáin). sgannul deabta, Laws ii 58.16 Comm . debtha ┐ irgala ┐ scandlacha ┐ scandrecha, TBC 246 .

(b) offence, cause of offence, abusive language, scandal : a chertugud gan scandail, PH 7403 . is mairg tre tig in scannal, 7792 . ní roibi salchur na scannal a n-én acu (of birds), RC xxiv 379.21 . tucatar . . . scandail comraidh do C. abusive lan- guage, BCC 115 (108.21) . draithe . . . da tucc C. scandail mór remhe sin fan a ndrochcreidemh whom C. had assailed, 270 (276.15) . do sgaoilis sgannail Gaoidheal `scandals', Content. xii 2 . má do chráidhis neach . . . tré sgannoil, MS. Mat. 569.37 . dena sgur don sgainníll ┐ don cheird inghlain re fuilidh, ÉC i 79.25 . má pheacuighis a n-ait phuiblighthe . . . tugais sgannail uait .i. siocair uilc don mhuinntir do bhí do láthair, Mac Aingil 264.5 . do imthigh cum a mhuinntire fein maille re scannuil [moir] `with scandal' (? much offended, in dudgeon), ITS xix 40.17 . cúis mo scanla `the cause of my re- proach', 1 Sam. xxv 39 . do chúalaidh mé scannuil mhóráin `slander', Ps. xxxi 13 . an té labhras scannail, Prov. x 18 . go ccúala mé gach uile scannlacha, Ezek. xxxv 12 .

scander, scandraid

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x see scainder, scaindrid.

? scandera

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n pl. bracelets (?): dextralia ( Exod. xxxv 22 ) .i. spicilla .i. s.¤ , Thes. i 1.10 = candera, 2.30 (gloss on same wd.).

scandlach, scandalach

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adj o, ā (scandal)

(a) quarrelsome : ro gab C. . . . | rígi fá tuc teora cath | scannlach, congalach, cocthach `warlike' (Gloss.), Acall. 2524 .

(b) scandalous : gur nar ┐ sganalach dhóibh `that it was a shame and a scandal to them', Rel. Celt. ii 196.y . a sheanbhaidh sgaoilte sgannalaigh, RC xxiii 18.5 .

scannán

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n o,m. pellicle, membrane : a theacht amach a ccionn naoi míos . . . gan bhriseadh sgannáin, O'Hussey TC 51.13 (of birth of Christ).

scannlaigtheóir

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n m.(cf. scannlugad) blasphemer : o ghuth . . . an scannluighthéora, Ps. xliv 6 .

scannlugad

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vn. formation from scandal act of offending, blaspheming : cúis mhór dá námhuid an Tighearna do scann- lughadh `to blaspheme', 2 Sam. xii 14 . áon don mhuinntir bhigsi do sgannlachadh `offend', Luke xvii 2 (1827) = dhoil- bhémeachadh, 1602 .

scannraigid

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x = scaindrid: an uair do scannraidedh | na Goill uaidh mur tairm tenedh, Ir. Texts ii 14 § 33 .

scapaid

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x see scaipid.