Scithi

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pn see under Scithecda.

scíthid

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v = scíthaigidir: gur sgithedur ar sgis an chomlainn became weary, Ériu viii 48.20 . no gur sgíth a n-echradh `until their horses became tired', Rel. Celt. ii 194.33 . Cf. no gur sgithigh ech faoí, 35 .

scithlim

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n act of failing, becoming exhausted, perishing; dissolu- tion, failure : ba gar uair co ndeachaidh sgithlim ┐ earcra ar chealluibh na naomh, MS. Mat. 555.34 . iarna scíth lim (leg. scithlim) ar críne since they have perished through age (of worn- out vessels), Ériu iv 134.20 . ros cuiredh in s.¤ draidhechta bai forro dibh `engourdissement magique', RC xliii 76.1 . co n-accai in da sid osluicti ime .i. in da dunad iar s.¤ a fe fiadibh with their magic covering dispelled, v 202 § 24 . ro chuaidh s.¤ mór for a n-armaibh `there was a great lack of weapons', CCath. 2124 . robi s.¤ ara luth ┐ ar a lámach, Acall. 1374 , v.l. (do- chuaidh ara lúth, text). mian . . . na glóri díoesi cen s.¤, cen erchra, LB 256by . ni bia scichlim na forba for clannaib Noe the line of N. will never become extinct, Rawl. 70b6 . ar s.¤ al-loin uata when their provisions were exhausted, CCath. 3502 . fa lór a mhéd do sgeithléim | da ccur ar leithbhléin sa n-earrach (of the accidents to which cattle are exposed), Ir. Texts iv 105 § 18 . d'athlaochaibh . . . ier sgithlim a lūthmaireachta, Fl. Earls 244.15 . ? fe fo scel! sgithlim laithi .h. chuinn crolech- taigh the vanishing (i.e. death, fall) of the warriors of Conn's grandson, LL 387a20 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 17 § 3 ). scitlim scell ar sciath `the shattering of buckler on shield' (?), Ériu viii 56.20 . Cf. scitlid?

scíthmar

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adj o, ā (scíth) tired, weary : na mbúidhnibh sgíothmhara sgeimhleacha, ML 142.13 .

? scitil

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adj lán do sgitil ` flux-smitten ' (sic O'Gr. Cat. 441 ), TD 44.9 .

scitle

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x see scildei.

? scitlid

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v slips, stumbles : scitlit . . . cosa deiredh a eichseomh ar an slighidh sleamhain, TFrag. 208.20 . Cf. scithlim?

sciúirse

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x see sciúrsa.

sciula(ng)

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x see sceola, sceolang.

sciúrsa, sciúirse

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n m.(Eng. or Romance loan-word), IGT Decl. § 2 (39.12) . scourge : suist no sgiurse gl. tribula, Ir. Gl. 109 . do chí an sciúrsa do-chí an cló, IGT Decl. ex. 53 . an sgiúirse [as teo] dá dtug fulang, DDána 32.31 . sgiúirsidhe sgaoilte t'fhola, Aithd. D. 92.12 . slicht an sgiursa, BCC 243 (246.19) . gabthar air do sgiuirsighib, Ériu xi 178 § 5 . iar n-a thaircaisnioghadh lé sgíursadhaibh, Desid. 1413 . sgiuirsidhe dhá ruagadh le nimh, Oss. iv 42.3 . an dara sgiúirse lé ndéantar an peacthach do phríomh-lot, TSh. 7821 . béid . . . na scíursaidhibh ann bhur ttáobhuibh, Josh. xxiii 13 . tar éis gabhála do sgíursuidhibh ar Iósa, Mark xv 15 . Fig. go ndearna Dia sciuirseadha dona Germáinibh sin ré cur na mBreathnach a flaitheas . . . na Breatan, Keat. ii 6148 . go bhfaca misi scíursa mo phobuil `the affliction of my people', Exod. iii 7 . Of a person: Sērlus Cút, sgiūrsa malluighthi ┐ cēsdūnach éttrōcaireach na nGaoidheal, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 36.21 .

sciúrsaid

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v (sciúrsa) scourges : na céusdúnaigh do sgiurs é, Parrth. Anma 430.1 . in mi-throcaire . . . do sgiurs tu, Smaointe B. Chr. 3835 . [gér] sgiursadh í, PBocht 14.18 . mar do sgiursadh a corp on fhuirechras, Smaointe B. Chr. 2162 .

Vn. sciúrsad, -áil: iarna sraigledh ┐ sgiursadh, Aisl. Tund. 99.13 . bím-se agam' ollmhughadh . . . rém sgiúrsadh, TSh. 4172 . d'éis a sgiursaighthe, Eochairsg. 35.z . a ngēir-sgiūrsadh . . . seachnōin na srāide, Fl. Earls 64.9 . a ghabhail, a chengal, a sgiursal, Luc. Fid. 166.2 . sguirse i láimh gach diabhail . . . ag sguirsáil . . . na druinge damanta, ZCP iv 412.11 . In wider sense: sgiūrsad urchóidech `a disaster', Fl. Earls 68.13 .