? 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 .

scíp

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n hand (in glossaries and B. na f.): i ndechiult cen chassair trit | co nduibciunn ina desscip .i. ina láim deiss, ACC 124 Comm . ( RC xx 404 ) = ina dagscip .i. na deslam, LB 240a21 = ina deghsgīb .i. ina deslaimh, ZCP v 489 § 15 . roairitig a calg ina scīb, Arch. iii 311.2 . Cf. `scibh' glac, Met. Gl. 16 § 42 .

scipaid

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v only in Mod.Ir. (sciobaidh). Perh. a development of scibaid or scibid, q.v. See also Bidrag 18 - 20 . snatches, sweeps away : gur sciobadh na miasa . . . a lámhaibh an luchta do bhí ag a bhfreastal, Keat. iii 1011 . ionnus gurab ionann sgiobas dá sgríb an naoidhin ┐ an leanbh ┐ an macaomh (i.e. death), TSh. 7630 . do a cruith do sciub a ceol sa greann `hath snatched away from it its beauty, music, joy', Ó Bruad. ii 152.2 . sciu- baid a ghnaoi sa ghrianluisne, 170.22 . sgiobas leis ar feadh seacht míle é, ITS i 36.6 . ? as borb an bhiataisi | do sgiub sgeó an sgála so, PCT 670 .

Vn. ar scibadh greg . . . | gluaisit gusin ngallchath, Studies 1920, 417.3 . ar scibadh a lúirech, 11 (see note p. 419 ). Asso- ciated in sense with scúabad: maille ré sgiobadh ┐ ré sguabadh do dhéanamh ar an árus roimhe, TSh. 8764 .

Scipide

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Forms: scipide, scipdiu, scipdae

pn etc. Formations coined to translate Latin derivv. of the name Scipio : scipide gl. Scipio, Sg. 28a20 . inna scipdiu gl. Scipiades, 30b15 . in scipdae gl. Scipionides, 32a7 .

scirraid, scirrid

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v slips, glances off, stumbles : doscirred (leg. no scirred?) di mar bad do charraic glanced off it, LU 8767 ( FB 57 ). sínedh dá tuc sís sciorruis a chos gur thuit isin choire his foot slipped, SG 243.23 . ? dream do chinn crábhadh go hóg | nach sgirr fód go háradh iad, DDána 42.8 . gur sciorrsad cosa . . . an eich . . . ré sleimhne na slighe, Keat. iii 3249 .

Vn. scirrad: ni bhfuil tusa dom fhreagradh go direach, acht ag iarradh sgiorradh uaim ga [= go] tom oile trying to slip away from me, Luc. Fid. 322.y . an té bhíos a ngar do sciorradh le na chosuibh, Job xii 5 .

scirta

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n (Eng. loan-word) skirt, garment : céime do bhéimfeadh sciorta `garment-rending steps', Ó Bruad. ii 182.4 . atáid do sciortadha leis `thy skirts are discovered', Jerem. xiii 22 .