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 .

scrabannach

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adj rough, coarse (?): da faicter an ben ┐ si feitheach, lom, sgrabannach, mar do bedh ar scris a lethair o gaeith atuaidh, Ir. Texts v 50.y .

? scraiph

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n (cf. sraib): gilithir fírinni ic flaith | scraiph sceas tonn ` foam (?)', Ériu ix 47 § 15 (scraibh, scráibh, v.ll.).

scraiste

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Forms: scráiste

n idler, lazy person: is críonna an s.¤ iona bharamhuil féin `sluggard', Prov. xxvi 16 . scráiste, Eg. Gl. 554 .

scraith

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Forms: sgrathaighi

n (cf. sraith) sod, covering of sods : scratha fót `layers of sods', CCath. 1882 . Of a grave: gan tuamba, gan sgraith, Munster Poets ii 152.20 . ? In pl. name of a fundamental defect (galar bunaidh) in iron: is iat na galair buna .i. . . . sgrathe ┐ ginfaobhar do iaronn, O'C. 1103 ( H. 3.18, 447b ) = sgrathaighi, O'Don. 803 ( H. 3.17, 576 ). Of persons: iomdha s.¤ riabhach glas-ríghin `crone', Tribes of Irel. 80.1 .

scras

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x see under scrasaid.

scrasaid

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v By-form of scrisaid (infl. of O.Fr. escraser? See Stokes, Gloss. to Fier. s.v.): in uair do sgrasatar na pagánaig in Spaín uile ` destroyed', Fier. 258 (gur scrisadur, v.l.). Vn. cristaide . . . nach anann acht agar sgrasne, 87 (scrisne, v.l.).