scinansi

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Forms: scinansi, squinancia, sginantum

n (Lat. squinantia) squinancy, quinsy : do'n scinansi , O'Gr. Cat. 196.21 . squinancia, Rosa Ang. 26.8 . sginantum squinancy-wort (?), 286.8 .

? scindairecht

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n (cf. sceinnid): adberad (toberat, LU) būaid arāu (ar a, v.l.) scindaireacht (of horses), TBC² 1026 , `sie werden Sieg geben der Springerkunst wegen (?)', TBC lxxx ; 'they will bring victory on account of their fast starting' ZCP xlvii 69 .

scing

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n (ON skinn, Bidrag 140 - 1 ) covering, garment, clothes, cloak (orig. made of skins of animals, see under scingetóir). scingeda ┐ bruttu ┐ matlu, Ann. Inisfallen 1180 (facs. 39d1 ). benaid inn etach ┐ in s.¤ rigna di, LB 242b39 . cuir ditt do s.¤ rigda, PH 452 . luírech Dé bam s.¤ | díchras demun dímm under my mantle, KMMisc. 256 § 31 (? = sceng Ériu xix 86 ). gan sgiath gan sging (of a dead pig), Ir. Texts i 29 § 34 . deich scingi cloaks, BR 68.14 . deich s.¤ , 70.y (O'Reilly's `part of the trappings of a horse', cited in note, seems unproven). tucc a each, tucc a fhalaigh | co sccing ccorcra ccortharaigh, ZCP viii 220.7 . an sging d'ór- shnáith anárach, A. Ó Dálaigh xl 8 . con sging con etach righa, Ir. Texts iv 37 § 18 . ? caomhthach sging ag loinn nach leontar, DDána 111.22 (see Gloss. s.v. caomhthach). téighid sginge | do sgarlóid . . . | th'ucht `garments . . . keep warm thy . . . body' ( Ir. Monthly 1920, 165 ), DDána 114.24 . ro smúain C. go ndingentai sging . . . do chroicend an dobhráin `glove' (see under scingetóir), BNnÉ 129 § 31 = 150.2 .

Extended uses: dia loifind form sging bed-covering, bed (?), Corm. Y 397 . Of the hide covering of a boat (?): deich sciing for scibseat tonda, BR 204.23 ( BB 278b15 ). Of the roof of a castle: don chúirt . . . | go sging chonnlaigh theasbhaigh thruim, DDána 119.22 . an fhirmimeint fá imilsceing chíor- dhuibh beneath a canopy of darkness, Hackett xxxix 55 . s.¤ reoidh `pellicle of frost', O'Gr. Cat. 452.6 . ár n-éigsi . . . | dá ttí tásg Hí Eódhusa | sgeing na haithmhéile dí is dloigh the pall of sorrow, Studies 1923, 421 § 2 .

Compd. ¤bert: clúana sgor fá sgingbheirt reóidh `wrapped in a cloak of ice', Studies 1921, 419 § 12 .

scingetóir

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Forms: sgingídoir

n m.(scing) IGT Decl. § 50 . worker in skins, furrier : sgingídoir gl. pellicarius, Ir. Gl. 515 . go ndernad lámanna lógmara do bloidh de amail budh leathar suaiti scingedórach, SG 36.1 . oirfidech is fer dana | sudaire sgingetoir geanna, Fen. 102.16 .

scingid

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x see sceinnid, cingid.

? scinnidech

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n (sceinnid?): scinnline .i. sginnidheach, O'Cl.

scinniti

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n pl. pips, kernels (?): leca logmara scinniti a thoraid (sgeallain, v.l., see Gloss.), Ériu ii 118 § 52 . Stokes compares scinnide, scinnideach, P. O'C.

scinnline

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x see scintline.

? scintline

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n s.¤ ingine `a little skittish thing of a girl', RC xiii 373.13 . ? Cf. scinnline .i. sginnidheach, O'Cl.

Scip

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pn in s.¤ emelendae gl. Emilianus Scipio, Sg. 31a2 .

scíordaid

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v rushes, bursts forth : in tan sgíorrdus a chosa ┐ a lámha do druim an droichit RC xxix 120 § 20 . diúltuighim díbh ó sgíordais uaibh an sgeól 'I renounce you since the news gushed forth from you' Cín Chille Cúile 346.41 . scíordaim Dinn .