scóip

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n (Eng. loan-word) scope, freedom, prosperity : mo sgóip do sguir, do bhris mo shéan, E. O'Rahilly (1900) ix 3 . Of a person: sinsear na ríoghmhac, a dtaca 's a s.¤ `their glory', xxxiii 6 . romchrithnidh go foill an scóp so ag fuighlibh fáis `this license accorded to worthless productions', Ó Bruad. ii 140.27 .

Compd. scóipfhir ná (leg. na?) scainnear `noble-minded panic-striking heroes', Ó Bruad. i 158.9 .

scoirp

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n (Lat. scorpio)

(a) scorpion : pardas . . . cen s.¤ , Trip. xxix 23 . scoirpi gorma gimacha, Lism. L. 3651 . a fulib . . . scorp, Cog. 158.19 .

(b) the constellation Scorpio : S.¤ , SR 219 . grian . . . | i S.¤ im- mis Ochtimbeir, 252 . is e rind Mairt . . . fil i S.¤ , CCath. 1032 .

scoit, scóit?

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n liquid, drink (?): nescoit .i. ness cnoc ┐ scoit lind, Corm. Y 975 (83.z) (scoítt, Bodl., scóit, LB). sgoit lind, Lec. Gl. 277 . braenscoid na conaire muddy water (?), Acall. 3868 . Cf. scó?

Scoitecda

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adj (Scoitic) Scottic, Irish : ni dona scelaibh scoitegda sin, Anecd. ii 43.2 . isna scelaib scottecdaib, LL 145a51 . innann son . . . ┐ cét suil asin bérla s. in the Irish language, Marco P. 128 . staraidhe . . . an bherla Scoitegdha, FM i 534.24 .

? scoithe

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ind brandae .i. fīachdae .i. ar duibe ┐ scoithi, Corm. Y 105 (scothim, ut Scoti dicunt , v.ll.).

scoithid

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x see scothaid.

Scoitic

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Forms: S.

pn [f.] (Lat. Scotticus) the Scottic (i.e. Irish) language: is tria Scoitig roagaill ┐ ro agaillsidar-som eiseom, BB 44a27 . is assin iderar baird ┐ bairdne isin Scotic, CCath. 722 . nomen compositum o latin ┐ scotic, RC xx 154.14 ( ACC 4 Comm . ). focul comsuidig[th]e ō Ebra ┐ ō Scotic, O'Mulc. 860 . i dteang- thaibh nach í an S.¤ , Content. v 37 . iad is líomhtha labhras Scoitig `of Scottic . . . most accomplished speakers', Ó Bruad. ii 54.5 .

1 scol

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Forms: sgoile

n ā,f. (Lat. schola). n p. sgoile, Ir. Texts ii 68 § 41 .

(a) school, place of learning : scola gl. schole, Ir. Gl. 338 . robet maccáin flatha Dé | hi timchuairt na scule se, Hy. i 40 ( Thes. ii 304 ). s.¤ gacha cille, Flower Cat. 493.29 . ó iomad s.¤ innte, Triads p. 36 § 17 , gloss on Légend Hérenn: Ross Ailithre. fiche bliadhain ic follamhnughadh s.¤ n-Erenn, AU ii 176.19 . tri scola do bi is in baile: s.¤ léighind, s.¤ feinechais, ┐ s.¤ filidechta, Laws iii 88.12 . lámh thréan . . . | do léagh ar sgoil Sgathuighe (of a chief), Aithd. D. 16.48 . Brogan sgribnidh a scoile, FM i 140.3 . gur bo fear tri s.¤ iaromh C. a teacher of three schools, MR 284.2 . nach fuil sgol ar bioth 'nar tarbhaighe do neach dol d'fhoghlaim a leasa ioná go ceardchain an bháis, TSh. 308 . a sgoil duine dháirighthe dár bhainm T., Acts xix 9 . na sgolta-sa an lóirghníomha, áite aoibhne na haithrighi (of places of pilgrimage), Mac Aingil 358.5 . Note also: s.¤ na subhaltige (of Colum Cille), BCC 15 (8.1) . a u screitlín scuite- mail | a s.¤ cilli cínd ar cínd, IT iii 81.3 . ? an bas, tinnes, ┐ aicidedha oile, thig oruinn do sguil an phecaidh cheudna as a result of, Luc. Fid. 233.5 (of original sin).

(b) coll. members of a school, learned men, scholars, pupils : na dernai acht da rann de . . ., ┐ in s.¤ dia dénaim [ó sin] im- mach .i. lethrann cech fhir dib (Colman's Hymn), Thes. ii 298.24 . legais runa rochuad eter scolaib screptra among men learned in scripture, ACC 60 ( RC xx 256 ). dosfarraid s.¤ Simoin drúad, O'Mulc. 726 . mad do reir na Scoile, MacCarthy 278.6 . bithbennacht Crist dona nemdaib | ar in scoil caém credlaig, LL 364 marg. sup. Sruth Nencha, nách scaílenn s.¤ `though the school mention it not', Met. Dinds. iv 174.41 . s.¤ Cille Dara the scholars of Kildare, LL 303a21 ( RC xiii 78.8 = SG 377.25 ). roatuighsead an sgol for Féinius . . . the scholars requested F. . . ., IGT Introd. § 4 (3.17) . ni fhuil litir . . . | nar scoiletar na scola | d'fhoircetal an erlomha which the learned did not expound, Ir. Texts ii 87.4 . ōn uili scoil | scrības lebar gan loc[h]teagur, Arch. iii 235 § 24 ( Aithd. D. 61.24 ). sgol an sgriobtúir, PBocht 20.4 . sgol seanchusa (of Clann Fhir Bhisigh), Hy Fiachr. 166.y . co mbad coin allta a clerich ┐ a scola gacha nóna gu brath (a curse), BCC 182 (186.26) . do eirigh Bricne con a tri caoga do sgoil with his one hundred and fifty disciples, Celt. Rev. i 300.20 . do scoil ollaimh nó ánraith, IGT Decl. ex. 354 . tangatar s.¤ na cille si im dochom `the school- boys of the church came', RC xxvi 364.13 . freagra sgríobhtha ar a sgolaibh in accordance with (the traditions of) his schools, Content. xx 9 . do sgoluibh Dé ní budh dual | neamhadhradh do reacht an ríogh God's pupils, DDána 3.6 .

(c) more particularly school of poets, bardic school ; men of letters, literati : glūaisim tricha dom scoil fēin, ZCP viii 224 § 29 . badh iomdha rithlearg áith le hógsgolaibh, DDána 70.14 . posd cothuighthe na gcóig sgol, 93.26 . M. . . . | aondalta sgol Chríche Cuinn, TD 25.4 . sgol, ó fhuighlibh fhían Oiligh, | ní chuimhnigh triall dá dtighibh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 73.53 . Mac meic Émainn nár ér sgoil, Ériu ix 167 § 39 . an tenchonnsabal . . . ass mo tuc degsib ┐ dardsgoluib, L. Chl. Suibhne 50 (66.14) . a ghrian sgoile Mhuighe Máil, Sc. G. St. iv 146 § 33 . an sgol do sgaoileadh, Studies 1924, 86 § 7 . do bhreith sgol fhóid Úghoine `such is the opinion of the poets of U.'s land', A. Ó Dálaigh lii 18 . nír dháileabhair crodh don chléir | sgol féin is dáileamhain dóibh, IGT Decl. ex. 1314 .

(d) in general sense of company, gathering : dochúaid . . . dochum na sccol naemhtha sin (the inhabitants of `Oilen na tTrí Popul'), BNnÉ 75 § 137 . trí deichneabhair, fá scéimh s.¤, | 'na bhféin chleithreamhair churadh, Keat. ii 4040 .

Compds.: sgol-mhaighisdir, Eg. Gl. 498 . a mháthair Dé | déana ar mo sgéalaibh sgol-oideacht `explain all things in my defence' (lit. school-teaching), Dán Dé xxx 8 . sgoilteach sgol `a poets' school-house', Magauran 218 .

2 scol, scal

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n (cf. gol?) cry, call .

(a) of the blackbird: an scal | doní an lon a Leitir Laigh, CF 1009 . an lon do[g]ní an sgal, Buile S. 74.20 (: damh). leicid fed no scal as, Tromd. Guaire 166 .

(b) shout, call in general sense: ó m-bruidnib fa scenmda scol `shouts', Hy Fiachr. 242.y . ba bhinne liom trosd na g-con, | ná do sgol-sa, a chléirigh cháidh, Oss. iv 4.8 . sgal Cháoilte ba binn, Duan. Finn i 74.z . i mBun Raite do thaistil an mhór- scol `the loud cry' (in elegy; mór-ghol, v.l.), E. O'Rahilly xiii 45 . Prob. also in: tóir sgol ar an mbéinne mban, DDána 103.6 . sgol do-chóidh gan adhbhar ort, 17 . See Notes pp. 473 - 4 .

scolach

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adj o, ā (1 scol): ? inmain lim Scolán s.¤ | inmain in gilla amulchach, LL 204a46 . do bhí sé s.¤ scorach sceimhleach generous to bardic schools (character of a chieftain), Hackett xxxix 145 = Keat. Poems 777 .

scolaige

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n io,m. (1 scol) scholar, pupil, student : s.¤ = mac légind = scholasticum, Lat. Lives 82.7 . mébraigis in scolaigi (sic facs.) na runda, Aisl. MC 17.11 . sgolaide Greccecha, CCath. 5079 (scolaighi, v.l.). do Adhamhnán na sgolaighe óg while still a scholar, TFrag. 74.2 . Laidhgnen scolaigi do Laighnibh, IT iii 101.x . cubaid let na s.¤ , Ériu viii 157.2 . Ninnid s.¤ , Thr. Hom. 76.14 . sgolaidhe na gcóig gcúigeadh, DDána 73.14 . ón saothrach ar sgoluidhibh múir Muireadhaigh, 70.21 . ó sgolaidhe an sgriobtúir (St. Francis), PBocht 20.21 . is maith tuicis in scolaidhe maith bec ┐ mór, O'Gr. Cat. 127.18 .