screóin

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x see scén.

screplach

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n (screpull) coll. scruples : cēin bet oc ōgbāil mo screplaigi frim-sa `as long as they levy my groats for me', Cáin Ad. 19 . ? laith .i. medh screiplaig, O'C. 772 ( H. 3.18, 363 ).

screptra

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x see scriptuir.

screpul(l), scripul(l)

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Forms: sgriball, sgreball

n o,m. (Lat. scripulus, see Ped. i 211 ) sgriball, sgreball, IGT Decl. § 17 (71.18) . a scruple : screpul quasi scripul, ab eo quod est scripulus , Corm. Y 1150 . ? dee .i. screbal, O'Mulc. 336 . ? scrupul .i. cloch fil a muir ruaidh .i. comthrom screpaill, conadh uaithi aderar, O'C. 1466 ( H. 3.18, 651 ).

(a) in Laws a unit of value, ⅟24 of an ounce or milch cow and equal to 3 pinginn. See Thurn., ZCP xiv 342 , xv 254 . uair .ui. grainni .x. ┐ .u. ced ┐ .lx. comtrom uingi. Uair cethra graindi fiched cruithnechta comtrom in screpaill airgid 576 grains make an ounce . . . 24 grains of wheat make a scruple of silver, Laws v 18.8 Comm . ó she lethpendingib gabar inotacht in tomhais; na sé lethpendinge is trí lán pendinge, na trí lan pendinge is screpall, ┐ is amhluidh so ro soich in tricha scripall on aig the three full pinginn make a s., O'Don. 903 ( H. 3.17, 645 ). ro suidiged a fochraicside for seot (sic leg.) deich screbul a sét of the value of ten scripuli, Laws iv 212.x . ro suidiged for seot (sic leg.) .ui. scripall (sic leg.) a fuillem, v 378.5 . colpach ocht scribull (sic leg.) acht cethoro pingeinne a heifer of eight s. less four pence, 172.2 Comm . molt . . . .i. s.¤ a fiu, ii 226.11 , see ZCP xiv 342 . in screpall (sic leg.) .i. log fir fognama ┐ meich, i 212.16 Comm . doní saorus in breithemh . . . don screpall deolaidh, O'Don. 559 ( H. 3.17, 439 ). naidm fri tri certle is fiu screpull, O'Dav. 617 (cf. Ériu xiii 43.19 ). scripul i turorguin uire iar trib druchtaibh, 677 . For s.¤ in- dracuis see indracus. In non-legal documents: sē scripuil for unga an ounce and six scruples (a fine), Cáin Ad. 44 . inna da sill is da scripul co leth, RC viii 368.3 . co rirfe in fer uallach a enech ┐ a anmain ar lóg ōenscripuil, xxvi 44.5 . gach teine . . . do bhíodh screaball nó trí pinginne ag rígh Múmhan do chíos uirre, Keat. ii 3819 . Note also: cuitbide . . . .i. ní ferr lethscripul `not better than half a scruple' (i.e. valueless) gl. fribolus, Sg. 49b10 .

(b) the s.¤ óir probably represented a different value (not found in Laws): nī rogaib A. acht . . . screpald óir cecha bantōsigi, Cáin Ad. 24 . screbal óir gach fhir, Acall. 1432 . a chís rigda . . . .i. screpall óir . . . .i. cethraimthi uinge óir a scruple of gold, i.e. ¼ of an ounce, LB 132b3 . achtmad oen- screpul óir no argit, LL 304a11 ( RC xiii 86.12 , SG 379.20 , Lism. L. 307.27 ).

(c) in general sense of fee, contribution, tribute, cess (freq. of the sum paid to a cleric for the exercise of his office, etc.): roddet o manchaib na túath | . . . | in screpol issin cendfhathe the s.¤ and (`in', Ed.) the bequest (?), Ériu viii 68.24 (see cen- naithe). screpul doberar do gilli no óclig `a groat' (as a reward), Mon. Tall. 143.8 (den scribul, 12 ). screpul fóss is cūairt is cāin | duit, a C[h]olmāin, BColm. 48.30 . da n-ícat mo screpul-sa (said by Moling), Anecd. ii 34 § 2 . Mael-Isu, comarba Patraic, for cuairt Muman . . . co tuc a lanchuairt, eter screpal ┐ edpurta `both cess and donations', AU ii 20.2 , cf. 76.12 ff . tucsad screball cumaili cacha tuaithi do cacha bliadna .i. tri ba ┐ timthacht cach rig dogebad rigi da cloind they gave him (St. Cormac) a s.¤ of the value of a cumal for every túath, Ir. Texts iii 4 § 10 (= BB 234a25 ). sgreball caethrech a tribute of sheep, Hy Maine 80.6 . With qualifying gen.: do orduigh screaball baithis Pádraig ar gach neach da ngabhadh baisteadh san Mhumhain .i. trí pinginne Patrick's baptismal fee, Keat. iii 377 . Cf. doberar screaball dó ara bhaisded .i. sect pinginne oir, Lism. L. 2832 . dorat Ciarán a clog do Caeimgen i comurtha a n-oentad ┐ i screpul a chomnae as his communion-fee, 4470 . an sgreaball ongtha fee for unction, Hy Maine 80.1 . doberatt bale . . . dō ina screpul soscēlae `gospel-tax', BColm. 42.13 . screpall soiscéla, a airdrí Muman . . . Cá screpall sin, a chleirig? . . . Crich ┐ ferann don chleirech, ar Beineoin, Acall. 5393 (`gospel-penny', Gloss.). doratt . . . na hImlecha i screpall a thodhuisci do Dia ┐ do Chiarán as a fee for his restoration to life, RC xxvi 370.27 = Arch. iii 226.2 . ? Cf. screpall ar feoil | eoinmhet ar eoch mall (screpul ar feoil naige, v.l.), IT iii 84.11 .

(d) as a unit of weight: nī fuirecht cid óen screpul ba mo tríun arailiu `that one third was greater than another by a single scruple' (of a piece of silver broken into three pieces), Hy. v 80 ( Thes. ii 346 ). ro cuiredh a chorp a comrair fo iadhadh, ┐ tucait secht scribhaill de ór fora ucht, RC xlvi 248.30 . See scrubul.

(e) piece, morsel : screapall beg don chiaraigh `a little piece of the wax', Fl. Earls 34.17 . ro tescadh screpal beac dieroile chloich ndīp, 164.28 . Cf. scrupul.

scret

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n [ā,f.] a cry, scream, screech : ni chluined screit duine, ACC 84 Comm . ( RC xx 266 ). s.¤ rorinn | cnet nach cinid, sceo fri niad, PRIA xix 544 § 25 ( LL 146b50 ). co scretaib ┐ égmib, PH 8305 . o 'tchualaig . . . s.¤ in mic aca marbad, TTebe 2076 . co cualatar screta na noiden, Fél. 180.21 . do líc sgred mór aisdi, Fier. 87 . do léig an spiorad sgreid n-uathbhasaigh, Mac Aingil 333.8 . Of the clashing of weapons (cf. scretgaire): síanu ┐ scretu (= screta) na sleg ┐ na soicchet, Ériu viii 177.19 . As fictitious n.pr.: Sgread mac Urchuir .i. fear lāmhaigh is fearr ar bith (ref. to whistle of a thrown weapon), Feis TC 798 .

1 scretach

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n ā,f. (scret) a crying out, screaming : sgreadach ┐ golgháire, PCT 55 . In n.pr. . . . mic Domhnaill na sccredaighe, FM v 1836.z . As vn. of scretaid: ┐ iad ag scredaigh, BCC 192 (194.22) .

2 scretach

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adj o, ā (scret) crying out, screaming : slog . . . s.¤ , PH 8103 .

scretaid

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v (scret) cries out, screams : s.¤ ┐ iachtaid ┐ airégid, LL 222b3 ( TTr. 385 ). scredús ┐ sgreachas C. c. ar L., RC xi 325.34 . sgreadais mac Rónáin, TSh. 5584 (quot.). screadais an bhean ar n-a chlos sin di, Keat. ii 5279 . greadaidh na basa, screadaidh uile caoi is geóin cry out in grief and lamentation, Hackett xxiv 15 . do screadabhair ormsa, ┐ do sháor mé sibh, Judges x 12 .

Vn. an chuid oile dona mucaibh ag sgreadadh, TSh. 966 . See also 1 scretach.

scretgail

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n [-gal ā,f.] (scret) = 1 scretach: go sgredghail ┐ go sgrechaig (sic leg.) adhuathmair, Misc. Hag. Hib. 42.17 .

scretgaire

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ind (scret+gaire) = 1 scretach. Of persons: s.¤ inna noíden, Trip.² 1871 . iachtad na senoiri ┐ scretgairi na nuidin, BB 444a4 . Of weapons in battle: s.¤ na n-arm, LU 10196 . do scretga[ire] na foga, CCath. 3131 . tulguma na sgiath ┐ sgredgairi na ngai, Aen. 2489 .

scríb

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n (with unlen. -b) ā,f. Orig. a scratch, notch (cf. scrípaid, etc.). See KZ xli 388 , Ériu xiii 196 .

(a) line, stroke of a pen : sin agaibh an scríob dhéadhnach | do bhreathaibh an reachta the last stroke of the judgments of the law, Ó Bruad. iii 22.1 . a fhir do thionnscain túis na seanma | . . . | scaoilimsi an scríob sin ar haithris `this dash of my pen' (of a poem), 140.8 . Of a lady's eyebrow: cosmhail caoile a seangmhalach | re sgríb d'fhírrinn chaoilphinn, DDána 49.13 . smól-mhala shnódh- dhubh is géire scríob, Keat. Poems 97 .

(b) boundary, limit, mark, goal; the distance to a fixed mark, course, race : iomdha scríob fá scís ón scathamh `bounds' (i.e. territories), Ó Bruad. i 148.17 . gan aigne a leathadh tar an scríb ionar scréach `beyond the limits wherein it was said', ii 44.x . teacht tar scríb `encroaching', iii 226.10 . comurda doníter foircend lámhaig no sgríbe each racecourse, Corm. Transl. 109 . is luaithe mo chos . . . | ná an míol ruadh ag tabhairt a sgríbe `a-running of her course' (i.e. death), O'Gr. Cat. 593.27 . Freq. in phr. cenn scríbe goal, finishing point, end : líne . . . darab ceann sgríbe an chríoch dhéidheanach, TSh. 725 . an reathaidhe . . . ag triall go ceann a sgríbe, 7635 . i gcionn mo scríbe at the end of my course, Keat. Poems 1597 .

(c) rush, attack, onset : géire na sgríob dobheir an bás ar na daoinibh, TSh. 2403 . ionnus gurab ionann sgiobas dá sgríb an naoidhin ┐ an leanbh . . . carries off in its swoop (i.e. death), 7630 . an mhéid ar a bhfaghbhadh scríob díobh, Keat. iii 5621 . a chú na sgríbe gan féachain | do neach `attack' (Gloss.) (of death), Measgra D. 66.14 . clú na scríbe `the fame of this fray', Ó Bruad. iii 148.17 . Mic Amhlaoibh na leabhairscríob éachtach of the distant forays, E. O'Rahilly xxxv 82 .

Compds. ¤búrthach: do scrios an scríobúrthaigh `rapa- cious antagonist', Ó Bruad. i 24.2 . ¤lúath swift in attack: ro leicc scceimhelta scriobluatha uadh, FM vi 2008.5 .