scolfa

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x see 2 scolb.

scolgaire, scalgaire

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n (2 scol) cry, call, warbling (of the black- bird): sgolghaire luin Doire an Chairn, Measgra D. 37.21 = Oss. iv 32.15 . sgalguire loin Litreach Néid, Feis TC 279 . scolgaire in luin lúithigh lōir, ZCP x 339 § 14 . In general sense noise, din : scolgaire na scíath ag a scoltad, Fianaig. 90.16 . Cf. scalgarnach.

scól(l)aid

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v (Eng. loan-word?) scalds, sears, burns, torments : dá scóllainn mo scarta `if I were to break my heart', Ó Bruad. ii 242.17 . is é scóllfas don scót gach scannail ` 'tis he will scour the score from . . . slander', i 174.y . pain go mór do scól mo chlíteach, E. O'Rahilly xxxiv 26 . part.: mar gheall ar bheith scólta `for being scorched', xxxii 88 . a dhá lurgain . . . scólta, xxxviii 83 .

Vn. barr gach sgóla, ZCP v 230.1005 (Midn. Court).

scolóc

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Forms: scológ

n ā,f. (1 scol. Cf. Wortk. 118 and RC xxxvii 149 ). scológ (ceart baininnsgne aigi ┐ innsgni ferinnsgne ann), IGT Decl. § 12 (61.25) .

(a) scholar, pupil, student (partic. in a monastery): scoloca manestrech Mauritii, MacCarthy 16.2 . intan ba scoloc Molúa `a student', Fél. 180.41 . toisech na scoloc (in list of officials in a monastery), Misc. Arch. Soc. i 140.y . denum ar cuid a scol[óca?] (colophon addressed by scribe to pupils), ZCP iv 156.19 . s.¤ iar légad a shalm, Triads 233 . eiric giunta co lomad a ciabaib na crosan, ┐ na scoloc, ┐ na ningen mael, Laws iii 354.7 Comm . (or in meaning (c)?). da mhacaomh óga battar iter muinter Colmain Eala. Ro fhoirbrettar, gurbhat sccolóc- ca móra, BNnÉ 182.10 .

(b) hence disciple, follower, servant of a saint, etc. Equated with dalta, Flower Cat. 464.16 , 18 . With timthirid, Aisl. MC 13.21 , 23 . Mac Con Glinne is a `scolaige',his attendant a `scolōc', 114.5 , 9 . a s.¤ (sic leg.) . . . | cid nā dénum dá chammrand? 15.23 . a scoló[i]c (: oróit), 17.10 . atbert Ciaran fria scoloic follower, servant (?), Lism. L. 4234 . Perh. also: in scolōg, Feis TC 571 = ōglāch, 505 .

(b 2) youth, lad : triar scoloc maelruad Acall. 6147 .

(c) tenant of (church) land, farmer (according to Skene, Celtic Scotland ii 446 - 8 , the scolóca, who formed the lowest class of the ecclesiastical community, held land from the local church. Cf. termonach, and senchléithe): sean-sgologa ionnraca do bhi na n-aodhairidhe ar n-eissi ar in fhearann, O'C. 1143 ( H. 3.18, 455 ). C. . . . scológ in aice Atha cliath `a farmer', Mart. Don. xliv 12 . Donnchadh O Deirbreó, do bhí na sgolóig ionnraic (a witness in a lawsuit), ML 178.x . buidhen lescach ┐ s.¤ `farm- hands', AU iii 510.z . do chuir sé a shearbhfhoghantuidhe do chum na sgológ, do ghlacadh na dtorthadh, Matth. xxi 34 . tug sé ar cios do sgológaibh í, Mark xii 1 . Perh. also in: co facadur in s.¤ da n-indsaigid, Acall. 3346 (`non-warrior', SG ii 187 ).

As n.pr.: S.¤ .i. Niall Húa Flandacan, rí Tebtha, RC xvii 375.27 (Tig.) = Scolócc .i. Niall Ua Flannagáin, tigherna Tethbha, FM ii 832.1 = Sgolóc O Flannagáin, rí bfer dTethffa, ALC i 38.6 . Iohannes Mag Sgoloigi, AU iii 60.13 (or leg. Sgolaigi?).

scolt

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scoltad

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Forms: sgoltadh, sgaltadh

n u and o,m. sgoltadh sgaltadh, IGT Verbs § 71 (224.15) . vn. of scoiltid act of splitting, cleaving, dividing : dlugh[e] .i. s.¤ , O'Dav. 681 . s.¤ connaid `splitting firewood' (forbidden on Sunday), Ériu ii 202 § 17 . Mon. Tall. 55 (148.2) . ar scaltad a chridi `after splitting his heart', TTebe 4549 . cin a mac gor imorro uile forro itir cor ┐ cunnrad ┐ gait ┐ s.¤ ┐ cach cin olchena wounding, O'C. 1231 ( H. 3.18, 494 ) (cf. Laws v 236.10 Comm . ). im cainte . . . ┐ crecha . . . ┐ gona, ┐ scoilte, Laws i 58.13 Comm . fer scoltaidthi in condaid, iii 264.16 Comm . a inchind . . . do buain a cind C. iar na s.¤ , 86.z . do scoltadh na carracc, CCath. 2517 . fear sgoltaidh do chroidhe id chliabh (Longinus), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxvi 4 . fer scailti scíath, Studies 1920, 418.28 . le sgoltadh a chóig gcroidheadh, DDána 6.16 . sgoltadh learg mbán a dá bhonn, Aithd. D. 78.24 . da dorn déc ina leithead cen scoltadh (of a salmon), RC xviii 32.29 = FM ii 996.10 . scoltadh cend, Cog. 112.26 . an scoltadh doníter arin craidhi wound, Rosa Ang. 136.16 . gach uile bheathach noch . . . scoiltios an scoilteadh `cleaveth the cleft', Deut. xiv 6 .

scoltaid

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scomaid

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v skins, peels, strips off, bares : ro sgomsatt (sic leg.?) a bfia[cla?] amhail chona fri lorg they bared their teeth (of bulls fighting), ZCP xiv 404.21 . rosgomsat a bfiacla chugo, Aisl. Tund. 95.9 . no tesccadhscomadh da fiaclaibh a n-ingne dibh, CCath. 3977 . na ffuaradar . . . d'uisge . . . do chur i ccoiribh . . . ┐ fiuchadh forra [┐] a légan i mullach in lucht ro bhaoi fo na cliathaibh, go ro scomha[d?] i[n?] lethar díobh `so that their skins peeled off', TFrag. 234.z .

sconnsa

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n (Eng. loan-word) sconce, defensive work, fortification : go ro-imat do sconsaigip (of the wall of a town), Fl. Earls 68.10 . do cuiredh trí mile do lucht pícedh ┐ mhosgadh ar mbelamh (= ar a mbélaib) ar trí sgonnsuibh, Rel. Celt. ii 200.8 . na sgonnsuig ar a rabha an namhaid, 29 . is é . . . chét duine do léim sgonnsa na naomhad diobh, 33 . do righneadur sgonsa an oidhche sin féin ina roibh dá mhīle musgaoid, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 12.9 . do ghlacadar sgonsa .i. cladh abhall- ghoirt, 26.2 . Fig. gaisgiodhach thú, a Chríosduidhi, do mhuinntir Dhé, 7 má ghabhuis sgonnsa do chroidhe dhó . . ., Mac Aingil 145.11 .

1 scóp

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2 scóp

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