scorad

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vn. formation from scor. act of desisting from, ceasing : ar s.¤ an sceoil gá dtáim, Arch. Hib. i 93 § 3 .

scoraidecht

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n entertainment, story-telling, visiting : do chuaidh Fachtna . . . file i cceann sgoruidheacht do dheunamh dhó `to entertain him', ITS v 38.23 . See Dinn.

scórait

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x see scarlóit.

scoramail

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adj i (scor): na trí Luighne . . . | bró sgiaithleathan sgoramhail ` numerous ', TD 16.50 . do sgothaibh sgiamhdha sgoramhla, Eachtra Uill. 1407 .

scornach

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Forms: sgornach

n ā,f. throat, gullet : sgornach gl. epiglotum, Ir. Gl. 707 (sgornach[an], Stokes). glacaid in cu . . . a scornaigh, CCath. 3087 . do cuir a bonn deas ar a scornaigh, ZCP i 130.5 . ro gherr C. sgornacha na mbó, St. Ercuil 1980 . réd bís a cos- mailius tsengan sa[n] sgórnaigh (the uvula), O'Gr. Cat. 187.z . is uáimh oscuilte a s.¤ , Ps. v 9 . cuir scían chum do scórnuigh, Prov. xxiii 2 .

scornachán

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Forms: sgornach[an]

ind = scornach: sgorrnacan ainmidhi eigin, Ir. Texts v 3.7 . Cf. Ir. Gl. 707 , where Stokes prints sgornach[an].

scorpion

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n (Eng. loan-word) = scoirp: an dtiobhradh sé s.¤ dó? Luke xi 12 . naithreacha . . . ┐ scorpiona, Deut. viii 15 .

scort

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v pret. scortside for maig Henaig, | ba hann cotricht in ?debaid, ZCP iii 46.1 .

1 Scot

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pn o,m. (Lat. Scot(t)us) a Scot, an Irishman : Scuit a Scota .i. ingen Forainn rīg Ēigipti, Corm. Y 1162 . unde (sic leg.) dicitur Scuit for Scotaib, Laws i 20.13 Comm . ina Scoti, 24 Comm . Nel . . . dothuc Scotai . . . conidh dia ainm-si[d]e dogairther Scuit, Auraic. 1769 . Patraic pridchais do Scottaib, Hy. ii 35 ( Thes. ii 316 ), cf. Lat. Lives 37.2 . is i sin bliadain doradad Paladius . . . do progecht soscela do Scotaibh, MacCarthy 284.28 . Eber S.¤ , 290.27 . Scuit, Arch. Hib. iv 207 § 19 . i bhfocalaibh Scuit (i.e. in Irish), Ó Bruad. iii 194 .

Compds. ¤fhuil: ríghe don Scotfhuil . . . choscraigh sove- reignty of the Scottic blood, Ó Bruad. iii 88.1 . ¤urrad Scottic yeoman: scoturra glic, Ó Bruad. iii 194.y .

2 scot

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n o,m. (ME scot, Bidrag 126 ) scot, reckoning, payment : ní bhíonn s.¤ le fer ná mnaoi agam (viz. death) `nor take a fine to let off either man or woman' (I make no bargain with man or woman, neither man nor woman is safe from me?), O'Gr. Cat. 594.12 . gé taoi anocht gan s.¤ re saoithibh though thou canst not reckon with (?) (to a deserted town), Keat. Poems 1476 . na raomh go teacht an scuit count not till the reckoning is presented (prov.), Hard. ii 405.2 . gan scot ag neach le fear don dāimh éigsi Celtica iv 106 § 3 . ? is é scóllfas don scót gach scannail ` 'tis he will scour the score from . . . slander', Ó Bruad. i 174.y . ? ní raibh biu gan phlot dá phianadh, | s.¤ dob fhiu fá iadhadh dul `prison seemed the choicest punishment', ii 274.z .

3 scot

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n (Eng. scut) tail : a cengal as scotaib ceathra sdet, ITS xix 100.7 .