1 sceo

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Forms: sceu, sceoo

conj. and . ? Originally dat. of old v.n. of *sechid 'says' (*scé) meaning 'with mention (of)' Celtica v 78 and see LEIA S-41 . Found usually in rhetorics and other archaic passages. sceu, IT i 142.16 . sceoo, ZCP viii 103.21 . s.¤ ┐ ceo ┐ neo tri comaccomail na Goedelge, gloss on s.¤ Nera `even Nera', ACC 9 ( RC xx 160 ). s.¤ ar ocus, O'C. 1877 ( 23 P 3, 21 (23)b ). `sgeo' is ainm do gach agus, Met. Gl. 30 § 56 . s.¤ .i. agas, O'Cl.

Acc. to Thurneysen ZCP xii 284 orig. followed by gen.: adciam isnaib inscib sc[e]o eulis ind aecni `in the sayings and knowledge of the sage', Thes. ii 246.24 (Cambr.). baigt[h]i Medb s.¤ Ailella, ZCP iii 257.8 = ix 488.28 = Anecd. v 30.1 . The word Mōin may be g s. in: consreth coibnius etarru (sic leg.) s.¤ Mōin, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 9 § 2 (see Thurn. ad loc. cit.). Other possible exx. are: comlaintius na aithgina ann sceo recusa, Laws iii 538.10 Comm . dia sarughadh sceo gruaide, iv 346.13 (word om. before gruaide?). .x. cochmedna sceo brat bidbad mBabilone (g p.?), Ériu ii 5.2 . ? mo dā derg- shleig, mo chlaideb, | mo scíath fo s.¤ cumale, PRIA xix 540 § 8 ( LL 146b ) but perh. = 4 sceo, Ériu xx 198 . aithgein ōg ind āragar (MS. inaragar) | sceo coirpdīre (MS. coir coirpdire; ? leg. coirpdīri) comindraic 'complete restitution is bound for it and the standard wergild' Laws iii 536 , Celtica v 77 . oll-éric sceo aithgena | ni díuperar de (MS. oll sceo eiric aithgina ni diupanar de) 'full wergild and restitution, he is not defrauded of it' ibid . līnfaid t'erchlos Ērendmag | ol[l] sceo tuathe Oengusa 'thy fame shall fill the vast plain of Ireland and the territory of Oengus (Scotland ?)' PMLA lvi 940 , Celtica v 77 . See also ollsceo ? With other cases: nom.: dontí atcechra scéo námho to him whom he shall love and his enemy, Sits 1919 v 93 § 25 . accus. or dat.: scáthderc sceo deilb illdathaig, BDD² 1031 . dat.: ditoith cloideb sceō airib, TBC² 953 = dit díth claidib sceó airdib, LU 5429 . fir sceo mnaib, maccaib, in- genaib, RC xiv 412.20 .

Usually without change of case: sina s.¤ imrima raith, ACC 58 ( RC xx 254 ). dofōeth Fergus s.¤ Ēnda, ZCP xiii 376.20 . mna s.¤ ingena, MR 24.3 . ar-clich side crīcha scēo tūatha, ZCP xi 97 § 60 . imber fidchill sceō būanbach ar bēlaib rīg sceō rīgnai, TBC² 960 . ní dlig comraind curadmír | ferba brachtchi brothlochi | sceó mátai moogthi, LU 8887 ( FB 68 ). co fuidlechtaib fuili fir sceo eich, LL 122a19 . hi fiadhnaise bfer n-Erend scéo mac ┐ ingen, RC xv 277.9 . gabais for dōine domnaib | s.¤ dēib, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 10 § 5 . ildelba ilmíli a muirib domnib s.¤ móraib, ZCP xi 82 § 22 v.l. ? cuma sceó sceanbaidhi `rending and prickling', Buile S. 64.11 . As conj. between sentences: legais runa . . . sceo ellacht imhuaim n-eisci, ACC 60 - 61 ( RC xx 256 ). sceō sanesaib ailfidir sceō sētaib seborthir gāib glainfidir sceō rīgaib imgenaiter, TBC² 981 .

2 sceo

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Forms: scéo

n a word (or words) of doubtful meaning. strife, conflict, enmity, fierceness would suit most of the follg.: forc rig Erend torgab triath | ro condaibh sciath fri gach s.¤ , LL 380b36 (glossed .i. caingen. The gloss .i. imat may also refer to this word, cf. O'Cl. cited below). The follg. two exx. perh. = 4 sceo. beir mo scíath, s.¤ fri úath, | breo fri bi uach bruichnech bedg, PRIA xix 540 § 1 . scret rorinn | cnet nach cinid s.¤ fri niad, 544 § 25 . nochon ē in scarad cen sceó, | bid ferggach ar fāebargleō (Cú Chulaind and Fer Diad), TBC² 2385 = TBC 3212 . ba trom s.¤ nemi ┐ aingceoil ┐ duabus for sluaghaib R. in la sin, Aen. 2481 . is trom in scéo ┐ in t-aṅcél, in neim ┐ in dúabais, LL 237a22 `bane', TTr. 1496 . is troms.¤ accais ┐ duabais ┐ neime for cech n-aen dia tic fris, Alex. 297 . Hence: scéo neimhe .i. iomad neimhe, O'Cl. (cf. LL 380b36 supra). s.¤ gaeithe ceo tar glennaib | ós rengaib lebra ar linnib, SG 148.8 . See ársceo, glansceo, ollsceo.

? 3 sceo

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n (? cf. 1 sceo): s.¤ (.i. metaid) fein do gnima, O'C. 1296 ( H. 3.18, 538 ). s.¤ .i. métaig, 2016 ( H. 4.22, 36a ). Cf. da millit mo scéo `if they spoil my increase', Misc. Hag. Hib. 50.24 , and O'Cl. cited s.v. 2 sceo

? 4 sceo

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n name of part of a shield (?). ? beir mo scíath, scëo fri úath 'take my shield, a shield against terror' Ériu xx 192 § 1 . ? mo scíath fo sceo cuma[i]le 'my shield that was a shield worth a cumal ' 192 § 8 . ? sceo fri nīad 'a shield against a warrior' 196 § 25 . Compd. ¤bán: sceíth sceobána, Alex. 18 . See 1 tairsce.

5 sceo

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n understanding : `sceo' tuicsi, Met. Gl. 11 § 12 . sgéo .i. tuigsi, O'Cl.

6 sceo

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x see scó.

sceód

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n m., IGT Decl. § 96 (130.2) . Verbs § 75 . Perh. act of splitting, cleaving . See sceódaid. ? Cf. tá traochadh air mo shógh, | tá sgíos air mo sceódh, Hard. ii 20.13 .

sceódaid

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v IGT Verbs § 75 . splits, cleaves (?): dob fherr gan dol ina deóig | do sgeóidh cend in chon gu cnáim, IGT Verbs ex. 680 . mar sgeóttair le sgín mbearnaigh | glímh an gheócaigh (lochdach), ex. 684 .

sceola

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Forms: sceolanna, sceolanga, sciulang, sceolu

n (scél). Stated by Thurneysen, ZCP xi 34 , to be an io- stem. The forms cited under sceolang may, however, be pl. forms of this word, the spelling sceolanna being older than sceolanga. The sg. sciulang would then be a back-forma- tion. news-bringer, survivor (of a battle). Cf. nec de eis etiam unus remanebit fabulator, Reeves Ad. 133.20 . nī tērna cidh sciula orcne as, Corm. Y 323 ( Anecd. iv 28.7 ) = sceolu, Corm. p. 14 . ní gnáth orgain cen scéola do ernam esi do innisin scél, LU 1235 . ní mór má 'd-róinne sceóla indisen scél dona díberg[a]chaib, BDD² 1491 = fer innisti scél, ZCP x 221.18 (Eg.). ní bi orgain cen oensciula, Dinds. 52 ( RC xv 447 ) (Ed. would read sciulang, see next wd.).

sceolang, sciulang

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adj = sceola, q.v.: sciulang .i. éláidhtheach .i. duine téid as cath ar élúdh, O'Cl. docuadur . . . sceólanga uatha[ti] do Masilecdhaibh a nirt a n-imrama, CCath. 2225 (sceolanna, v.l.). cenmot[h]a . . . sceolanna terca, 5507 . scceolanga terca, FM i 332.10 = paucis nuntiis remanentibus, RC xvii 241.10 (Tig.). sceolunga ┐ lucht eludha, FM ii 1150.22 . cona terna sgeolanga uatha gan marbhadh, iii 78.2 . térnatar sceolanga uaithe dfearaibh Midhe, vi 1950.z . soaitt . . . ina sgeolangaibh sgáoilte sgaindrithe, Hugh Roe 74.1 (19b) . ni terna nach sciulang as, Leb. Gab. 52.9 .

1 sceota

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Forms: sgeota, sgeotha

n (? Hiberno-Lat. scetha, Late Lat. scheda) satchel or case for carrying copy of the Scriptures ; a wrapping for books or relics : sgeota gl. chartaceum, Ir. Gl. 709 . sgeotha gl. sacritegium, 710 . a chethair soisgéla ana láim féin ┐ s.¤ na n-aidhbheagh ar muin cléirigh re chois, Im. Brain 64 § 13 . Cf. § 15 .