2 scothach

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n [ā,f.] (1 scoth?): ro tennsat na (= ina?) scothaigh madma the remains of a rout (?), CCath. 2472 (`the pick of the victors', Stokes).

scothad

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vn. of scothaid. IGT Verbs § 71 .

(a) act of cutting off, lopping : luid laithe do buain feda | Aengus . . . | oc a scathad . . . | benais de in láim soscelii in cutting it, Ériu iii 11.25 . tinol na bfertas . . . no a sgathadh paring, TBC p. 175 n. 3 (= im- scothad, text). ar sgothadh na sgiathán, TD 20.37 . fhál sgiach gan sgothodh `an untrimmed hedge', Magauran 2363 . loch . . . | ag sgothadh na cairrge cleaving the rock, BNnÉ 135.10 . ar in s.¤ imthechta dognid .i. dul do Róim a n-aen ló speedy journey (lit. shortening of a journey), Fél. 40.8 . marbtar Sagsanach imon mbaili don ced sgathad `at the first discharge' (attack?), ALC ii 344.8 = marbthar Saxanach dib co luath fan mbaile, Ann. Conn. 1544.3 . Cf. iomdha gērsgaite . . . | as ar thēarnais, Celtica i 154 § 13 , `skirmishes', Gloss. ? sgathadh 's folmhadh dealbhughaidh, Content. xi 1 .

(b) mutilation (of prisoners, hostages, etc.): scathad Brian oic, ALC ii 156.1 = cirrbad, Ann. Conn. 1435.12 = ro scaitheadh cos ┐ lamh de, FM iv 904.19 . E. do sccathadh, 1226.6 . as don maidhm sin tainicc . . . sgathad Torrdelbaig, L. Chl. Suibhne 46 (60.22) .

See scatham.

scothaid

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Forms: scathaid, scoithid, scaithid, scothad

v (2 scoth) Also scathaid, scoithid, scaithid. IGT Verbs § 71 . cuts off, lops, shears : scian scothas, IT iii 38.2 = scotas, 96 § 154 . ? sgor sgothus fia thuathaibh tuilchedla, Ériu xiii 17.12 . Cf. fáonan sgor sgotha, 26.5 and: faenan scor scóthas, O'Dav. 1435 . scothais a chenn . . . | do Choin Cau- laind, ZCP viii 117 § 12 . .x. scingi na scaiteann sluaig ten coverings which hosts cannot pierce (?), BB 276a34 = nach scithenn, BR 164.3 . co ro scoth a nóe ṅdesṅdurnu fichet d'oenbulli díb, TBC 2965 . scothais Cormac a lúdain de, Fél.² cvi 33 . roscail ┐ roscathastair an feacht araill `scattered and cut them off', TTebe 977 . a ghíomh leabhar mar fholt eich | uch ní fríoth sgeana ro-sgoith alas that no knives could clip it, TD 37.4 . ? nó gu mbraithedh a mbíadh aga | do sgaithedh ríagh fhada d'fhir, IGT Decl. ex. 1079 . gur sgaitheadar an dá chraoisigh chatha is na cneasaibh `plunged', ML 88.1 . ní scoithfidh tú as a ndaóinibh íad `bereave them of men', Ezek. xxxvi 12 . do sgoithfedh . . . an Róimh . . . sinn mar ghéguibh chríona do chronn na Catoiliceachta, Mac Aingil 534.y . ar son scáile do scaith creideamh who trimmed their faith (?) (of converts), Hackett xlii 137 .

Vn. scothad.

scothamail

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adj (1 scoth) beautiful : a mhionn sgothamhail sgine, TD 33.2 (perh. to 2 scoth). do bhí M. sgothamhuil . . . ionnus gur ghráid[h]eadar x nóga xx é, ITS xvi 82.1 . an ógh rós.¤ dar b'ainm B., SG 4.28 . re sgūduib sgothamla, ML² 700 . (`choice, select', Gloss.). Compar. is annsan aīs sin as sgothamla ┐ is lāidiri na cuirp, RSláinte 774 .

scothamlach

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ind (scothamail): a scíath s.¤ scáthūaine `with flowery designs', Fianaig. 84.35 .

scothamlacht

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n [ā], f. (scothamail) beauty : aīs an nirt ┐ na sgothamlachta, RSláinte 773 .

scothmar

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adj (1 or 2 scoth). Of the eye: dearc shuilbhir sgoth- mhur sgiamhach beautiful (?), sharp (?), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 216.37 .

scothshemair

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n (1 scoth+semair) flowering clover : soifid mōna hi scothshemmair, RC xxvi 48 § 260 . nofuilgitis (sic leg. with v.l.) a s.¤ they used to hide its clover flowers, Met. Dinds. iii 236.16 . tarrdudh uire for leaccaibh lomma gomdar maighe fo sgothsheamoir, BB 27a37 = combtar maigi fo scothaib, LL 6b19 . robanad imi mar scoith-[sh]eamair, TTebe 3365 .

scothshemrach

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adj o, ā (scothshemair) epithet of plains (mag) covered with (flowering) clover: otconnairc . . . in mag n-alaind s.¤ `shamrock-flowering', Thr. Hom. 114.16 . in magh aluinn scoithshemrach, Lism. L. 977 . mór magh sgoithsheamrach sgiamhdha, Misc. Celt. Soc. 354.1 . ba scoithsheamrach gach magh, FM i 52.1 . co ndentais muige sciamda scothsemracha, Ériu viii 8.15 . go ffaith[ch]i . . . sgoth-shemraigh, Fl. Earls 108.z .

Scotic

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n (cf. Lat. scottice, scottica lingua) the Irish language: Giolla Coemain ro impai i Scotic Peritia iii 117 (Book of Uí Maine) . in Puer autem Caemain eam conuertid i Scotig (Scotic, v.l.) LBretnach 7 .

scrabad

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n act of gnawing, consuming (?): a ghroidhechorp sin fá lic is daoil dá scrabhadh, E. O'Rahilly xvii 15 .