scem

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n [orig. n., later f.?] bark, yelp, cry : is mer in s.¤ chind chon dobeir in t-eathach ar ḟiannaib Eirenn, Acall. 5531 . Of a horse: Gob na Sgéal sgeamh sholamh, DDána 98.37 . Fig.: fa s.¤ ngle (: sel) `it was an open reproach', Met. Dinds. iii 354.87 . In name of a metre: sceam scailte so, IT iii 100.10 .

Compd. ? ¤goithnech: go mbí teannáil...an toirn teinn- tidhe sin...'na sgeimheal sgeamhghoithneach 'na dtimcheall, TSh. 6701 .

scémach

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x see scíamach.

? scemaigmar

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adj (cf. scem): gur dhluigh a sciath go sgeamhaigh- mar ` fiercely (?)', ITS v 96.21 .

scemán

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n (scem) fox : sceman .i. sionnach, Goid. 77 ( Dúil Laithne 124 ).

scemda

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n (scem) howling, roaring : amail bad é srenngemnech s.¤ saignenda na nell nard naerda (of a battle), Cog. 178.22 .

scemdacht

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n (scemda) = scemgal: roghabh tra scemhdhacht ┐ leadarthaighe chon he ina gaiscedh in la-sin `the howling and rending of a hound possessed him', Lism. L. 3185 .

scemgaire

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n (scem+gaire) = scemgal: iomdha...| sgeamh- ghuire ghlas lámh san lios creaking of fetters , LBranach 4401 . sgeamhghaire chéacht re taoibh dtrácht, Magauran 1662 .

scemgal

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n [ā,f.] (scem)

(a) clashing, clanging, jarring (of weapons, etc.): s.¤ inna laigne lethanglas ┐ na claideb crúadgér, TFerbe 332 . sgemghail na sleg, TFrag. 122.9 . s.¤ tenn ar na toga | fogni Sreng is Aengoba `a well-contested fight of clashing weapons', Ériu viii 52.29 . s.¤ na scíath, LL 237a42 ( TTr. 1511 ). s.¤ na sculmairi ica scoltad, LL 236a10 (1414). sgeamhghal sgine re sgrios práis scraping, Measgra D. 5.37 .

(b) of the cry of various animals: sceamgal na muc grunting, Feis TC 277 . is binn le cat an sgeāmhghail | do-ní a mháthair is a athair caterwauling, Measgra D. 12.21 . as tuirseach ataimsi aniogh . . . ┐ sgeamhghal na ngarlach . . . dom bhuaidhreadh, 23 K 42, 340 marg. inf.

scén

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Forms: sceóin, sc(r)éoin

n o d s sceóin, Met. Dinds. iv 212.22 (metri gratia?), sc(r)éoin, TBC 3824 . IGT Decl. § 61 . fright, terror, panic : cuiris s.¤ fo búaib Lagen, LL 308a12 ( RC xiii 114.2 , SG 388.27 ). do chor scéoin for gregib hErenn, LL 302a24 ( RC xiii 68.z , SG 375.18 ). notheichdís a s.¤ ┐ a fuascur reime, Fél.² clxxix 39 . tiaghait da mhac Briain hi s.¤ hi ccenn mec B. `in dismay', FM iv 1018.15 . dochuaidh . . . suas ar an gcrann mar chat i scéan `like a frightened cat', E. O'Rahilly xliii 16 ( ITS iii 262 ).

1 scenach

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Forms: sgeanach

n [o, n.] (scían) sgeanach m., IGT Decl. § 55 (109.6) , cf. Introd. p. 33 . See ZCP xiii 192 . piece, portion, slice, morsel : adchonnairc C. sgenach saille ┐ sgenach carinedh ag teibirsin aiste `slice', RC xxix 220.12 . tabar sgeanach (?) findroip dó, YBL 324b45 = tabhair sgenach findraip dó `a handful ', FM ii 786.2 = sgeanadh, CS 256.18 . noí sgenaghi cruinni do mhecon rágum `nine round sprigs of horse raddish', O'Don. Gramm. 381.26 . s.¤ saille ina bheóla, Brussels MS. 2324 fo. 48b (Plummer MS. notes). doníter scenuide becca da féoil, Maund. 171 . tógán . . . | tig fo bholadh in sgenaigh (a cooking joint of meat), Duan. Finn i 33 § 6 . do gerr se i n-a scenchaibh é, Smaointe B. Chr. 3237 . Med.: urina in qua frustra apparent . . . .i. an fual iona bhfaictear sgeanaighe beaga, 23 K 42, 129.20 .

2 scenach

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adj o, ā (scían) see IGT Introd. p. 33 . fierce, dangerous (lit. armed with a knife): gaisgedhaig sciathaigh sgenaigh, Ir. Texts iv 36 § 3 .