scibar

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n o (Lat. piper. See Stokes, Celtic Decl. 68 n. 2 ). pepper : s.¤ gl. piperi, Sg. 92b7 . bā longad i scellaib scibair `dining on the husks of pepper', Aisl. MC 71.30 .

scibechuil

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n (for *scibgail from scibid?): aighthe na mbadhbh ag sgenm ┐ ag sgibeachuil starting and rushing (?), ZCP x 294.3 (cf. TBC 3814 ).

scibid

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v [i.?] also with -p-, see scipaid and Bidrag 18 - 20 . moves (usually with prepp.): sciobois Laogh go hIodh, ZCP x 295.20 . corscib dím in díliu `the deluge parted from me', Ériu iv 130.15 . o ro scib . . . tuile srotha S.¤ dona muighibh (scip, v.l.) receded, CCath. 2375 . do sgib cach d'indsoigid araile dib pressed for- ward, Ériu viii 32.22 . ró sgiobsad na buidhne . . . do fhriothó- lamh na hiomghona sin (sgriobhsad, v.l.), CRR² 29 (84.5) . no sgib fona Troianna co a mbrectad ┐ cerbad ┐ leodh, BB 439b15 . deich scingi for scibseat tonda washed by the waves, BR 204.23 = scibset, BB 278b15 . foscibset (roscibset, v.l.) na tonda for culo `the waves withdrew', RC x 88.4 . céin co scibtis na rathan- na o tir (sciptis, v.l.) `so that the rafts should move from land', CCath. 2646 . scibaidh ón clasaigh move from the trench, 2492 . ? aibertar ainme la feirg foscibadh .i. co scipann a tonn rias an iumderga (cf. scipaid), O'C. 2491 ( Eg. 88, 40 (41)a ). co scibdis na longa(ib) seacu, BB 7a18 . scibhit cách uile tar ais `everyone starts back', Ériu iv 118.1 . scibis in n-id co ranic remur in chorthe (saidis, v.l.) slipped down (?) (Windisch translates as transitive verb), TBC 566 . troigh an fhir . . . | ní sgibh re goin ngallgha, Magauran 4376 . O Gráda do'n ród nár scib `that never flinched out of the way', Caithr. Thoirdh. 21.3 .

Vn. can scibud ette (of birds listening to a sermon), LU 1361 = scifud, LL 280b11 . in fheoil ┐ na cnama do impodh, in crocund immorro dianechtair cen scibiudh, RC ix 470.9 . scibiud ara culu, Cog. 170.2 . ni búi scibudh anma na betha[d] [i]na leth inichturaigh sign of life, CCath. 2091 . Cf. scibeadh beathadh .i. gluasacht beathadh, O'Cl.

? scibinn

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ind is iad na neichi da fasaid na fogla lain .i. smir eindche ┐ luaith loisciud ┐ dubsgibinn ┐ ae abha ┐ grian glaisi ┐ mil do comailt da chosaib ina laigseola, O'C. 269 ( H. 3.18, 151 ).

sciból

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Forms: sciobōl

n (with unlen. -b-) m. (British loan-word, O'Rahilly, Goidels and their Predecessors 4 . Cf. W. ysgubor). barn, granary : brisfed mo sgiobóil bhega (= destruam horrea mea, Luke xii 18 ), Mac Aingil 79.4 . as urlár an sciobóil, 2 Kings vi 27 . do briseadh síos na sciobóil, Joel i 17 . ní fhuil teach taisgeadha na sgioból acá, Luke xii 24 . sciobōl `a barn', Eg. Gl. 549 .

scige

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n (with unlen. -g-) sgige, m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.27) laughing, jeering, mocking, derision : digheólad oruibh bar sgige | lasfad ceann an athainne, Ériu i 18.47 . ní ghabhann Día sgige chuige, Gal. vi 7 . do dhénamh a ndúithche uáigneach, ┐ na sgige bhiothbhúan `a perpetual hissing', Jerem. xviii 16 . Freq. as attrib. g s.: fer sgige ┐ fanomhaid na Romha `buffoon', Ériu v 164.25 . ro léigeadar aon gháir sgige ┐ fonamhaid fúithe, Oss. iii 208.19 . do thogbadar . . . gairthi scigi ┐ fana- mhaid do, CF 479 . luchd sgige, 2 Pet. iii 3 . As vn. ag magadh, ag sgige ┐ ag fochuidbheadh faoí, Luc. Fid. 42.4 . ag ceúsadh mhic Dé arís . . . ┐ ag sgige faoi, Heb. vi 6 . ag sgigeadh ┐ ag fochmhuid fúithe, Eochairsg. 90.11 .

scigech

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adj (scige): is mé an sionnach . . . sgigeach ` cynical ', Timth. 1916 vi 38 § 23 .

scigemail

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adj (scige) derisive : F. Morison, do scríobh go sgigea- mhail ar Éirinn `jeeringly', Keat. i 54.15 . do sgríobhadh go sgigeamhuil ar an eagluis, Eochairsg. 22.24 .

Sciggire

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pn (ON Skeggjar, see Bidrag 92 ) the Faroe Islands : co Báre na S.¤ , CRR 9 (12.1) .

scildei, scilte, scitle

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n pl. (OE scill, Stud. Celt. xxiv/xxv 60 , cf. Bidrag 126 . Cf. Stokes, RC xii 123 ) name of a coin: tri scildei óir `three crowns of gold', RC xii 64 § 28 . na trí scitle-si, § 29 . na teorai scilte oir, 66 § 30 . Apparently refers to same coin as scilling (q.v.), which is used in same text ( 66.1 ).

scill

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x see scille.