2 scell

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n grain, pip, stone of a fruit: bā longad i scellaib scibair `dining on the husks (grains, Corr.) of pepper', Aisl. MC 71.x . na caera geala nuada gan sgealla nō gan eitnida = sine nucleis, RSláinte 5110 .

scellán

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Forms: Scellan

n o,m. (2 scell) (a) pip, seed, stone of a fruit: tucc sé cethri scellain do thorad in croind...na cethri scellain sin do chur fa bhun a thengadh, Maund. 11 . leca logmara scinniti a thoraid (sgeallain, v.l.), Ériu ii 118 § 52 (see p. 159 ). tuig leat ...go bhfoghnuid sgeallain na nubhall na n-ionad, 23 K 42, 414.10 . einní do níthear do chrann na fíneamhna ón sceallán go nuige an mogull, Num. vi 4 . Fig. of persons scion : cland Meg-uidhir fóid Emna...| sgeallan abla craoi Connla, ZCP ii 354.23 .

(b) pupil, student: mo sgeallán uaim fa Ultuibh 'my pupil is gone from me towards Ulster' Celtica xvi 67 § 1 . críoch mo sgeallán 'the last of my pupils' § 3 . mór sgeallán dá thigh targla 'he has gathered many a pupil to his house ' 68 § 4 . leandán dá bhfuil gach file, | ar a luidh sgeallán sgoile Duanaire Mhéig Uidhir 140 § 4 .

As n.pr.: Sgeallán Caol ó Chill cromglaisi, Mart. Don. Apr. 11 . Scellan, Gorm. Apr. 11 .

scellbolg

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Forms: sceallbord

n (ON skjaldborg, Bidrag 79 . AS sceldburh, CCath. Gloss.) sceallbord, TTebe 4107 (scelluolc, v.l.). a wall or roof of shields, testudo : s.¤ do scíathaib `shieldburgh', CCath. 1724 . eter na da s.¤...batar do clar-scíathaib...da gach leith dibh, 5827 . doronsat...sgealbolg d[i]a sgiathaib fora sgath, Aen. 2213 . scellbolga do sciathaib, TTebe 1979 .

scellbolgach

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adj o, ā (scellbolg, see Bidrag 79 ). Epithet of shields: do thaidlig...na sciath s.¤ `der runden Schilde', Alex. 16 . léibend...do scíathaib scíamda scellbolgacha, Fianaig. 88.6 . forga sciath scelluolgach, Anecd. ii 58.14 . cro sciath sceall- bolgach, BB 489a6 . caoga sgiath sgeallbholgach ` well-bossed ', Mart. Don. xxxv 6 . mor...do sciathaibh scellbolgachaibh, CCath. 1518 .

scellbolgda

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x = scellbolgach: taitnem na sciath s.¤ `of the tortoise-formed shields', TTebe 916 (scellbolcach, v.l.).

scellbordach

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n (1 scell, cf. scellbord s.v. scellbolc) clashing, clanging (of shields): grithgaír na luirec[h]...┐ sgeallbordach na sciath, ZCP xiii 234.13 .

scellgur

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n (1 scell) clashing, clanging of shields: s.¤ na scíath, LL 236a22 ( TTr. 1423 ). sceldgur na scíath, TBC 3308 = sgeall- ghoire, RC xi 24.11 . sceallghar na sciath, xliii 50 § 50 .

? scelmaine

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ind scal fri scalaibh sgelmhaine, LL 385c33 ( Measgra M. Uí Chléirigh 206.43 ). Cf. célmaine?

scelp

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n scealp do chrann na Croichi `a splinter ', Fl. Earls 198.13 . Cf. sgolb, scealb `a thorn ', Eg. Gl. 334 (see scolb).

scelparnach

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n twanging of the strings of a musical instrument: sgealparnach le téadaibh searbha | 's go m-bainfeadh súd mairbh as uaigh, Tribes of Irel. 46.11 .

scélrad

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n (scél) coll. stories : do cumma ┐ d'ordugud gnim- scélradh in oencat[h]a, CCath. 4408 (g p., or leg. -aidh?).