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 .

scríbaid

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Forms: sgrí- bheochad, scrībobthar, scribhobadh, scríbthae, scríbad

v ā (Lat. scribo). In later lang. also with o-fut.: sgrí- bheochad, Eochairsg. 14.12 . scrībobthar, ZCP viii 209 § 47 . Cond. scribhobadh, BCC 362 (410.23) . See IGT Verbs § 67 .

(a) writes (in physical sense), writes down: in tan nonda- scribam, Ml. 35b1 . cia scríbtair hi fers `though they are written in the verse', Sg. 6b23 . na bretha scribatar and `which are written therein', Wb. 17b2 . scribtar a n-anman, Ml. 87a13 . cith .m. namma scríbthar and, Sg. 28a15 . combad notire rodscribad cosse gl. manu Pauli, Wb. 27d16 . in titul roscribais huas in chroich, Ml. 74d13 . cé hé roscríb, Sg. 197a19 . sochide rodascríb húan `many have transcribed it from us', Bcr. 32b3 . ni roscríbad ar naill (leg. na aill) `it was not written for anything else' (the letter q), Sg. 6b3 . [arin] scribund roscribad in dul so, 202a marg. inf. ( Thes. ii xxi ). ata dedi ara scribhtar in tituil tria derg whose titles are written in red (ink), Hib. Min. 7.241 . scrípuidh oghumm inntib, IT i 129.22 . in clar i scribad = tabulas in quibus scribere solebat, Lat. Lives 50.5 . secht cēt aipgitrech rascrībai, Arch. iii 303 § 9 . sgríobhaid Goill . . . | anmonna a slógh . . . | i nglanrolla, TD 30.9 . scribhthar a ainm, Marco P. 140 .

(b) writes, composes (a book, letter, etc.): roscrib Pol iarum hanc aepistolam , Wb. 31d19 . is diar foirbthetuni roscríbad, 2d2 . act is amal roscribad gl. sed sicut scriptum est, 6c28 . commad in so sís roscribad som, 26b31 . fer ro scríb cen tercai | cáinscéla Críst, Fél. May 6 . amal ra scribsam remaind, TBC 1470 . ní raibhe ríoghacht san bhith is nach scríobhthaidhe . . . sceoil da ngairthí fabulae, Keat. ii 5067 .

With follg. DO writes to. Of the Pauline epistles: cib cenél tra dia roscribad ind epistil so, Wb. 3b30 . décith anroscríbus dúib, 20c18 . is foirbthe in cách dia roscribad, 23a10 . ind æpistil scríbther do suidib . . . nád roscribad do suidib, 27d13 . scribabut-sa duit araill do béssaib ar ceneoil-ni, Alex. 829 . With co: san gcéadobair ro sgríobh go A., TSh. 264 . gur scrīp gus in nguibernōir wrote to the governor, Fl. Earls 22.23 . With AR: mar a sgríobhann ar an gceathramhadh caibidil ag Lúcás writes about, comments on, TSh. 7881 .

(c) special senses. Of describing a circle: scribfad cercall bec a cosmulus cercailli cuirp na greine, Ir. Astr. Tr. 26.1 . in re . . . scribocad dorca uili e I will represent it as being dark, 90.22 . do scrib ar balla na mainisdrech na manaigh ac denum a cumha, ┐ mairidh an pinntiúracht sin fós drew, portrayed, Maund. 67 . Abstract senses: scribmaid diniti an cinil doena co h-imlan do dia we ascribe, De Contemptu 18 . an lan serbuis ┐ pennaidi do scribhadar m'aibhirseoiridhi damh ? = parare (Gloss.), Smaointe B. Chr. 3436 .

Part. scríbthae: adib scripthi-si, Wb. 15a12 . in recht scribtha do láim in choimded, PH 4769 . atá scríobhtha líne an sgéith air h'ainm, TD 35.5 . sgribfa, St. Ercuil 1381 . a lomnán do scéluidhecht scribtha . . . arna balladuib depicted, Maund. 159 .

Vn. scríbend, q.v. In Mod. Ir. also scríbad: le bríathruibh an dlighesi do scríobhadh a leabhar, Deut. xxxi 24 . pinn- scribtha, Smaointe B. Chr. 4212 . a[c] sgribhadh a staire, St. Ercuil 1830 . Pól, ag sgríobhadh chum na gCoirintineach, Donl. 128.3 .

Scríbaige

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pn n pl. (Eng. loan-word) Scribes (in New Testament sense): na Sgríobuighe ┐ na Phairisinigh, Donl. 128.14 .

scríbaire

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n [io,m.] (scríb). In sobriquet: Cior ingen Sgribaire Comb son of Scratcher, Anecd. ii 56.5 , 57.10 . a scríobaire tíodhlaic . . . | an laoidhsi do Sh. courier, messenger , Ó Bruad. iii 28.y .

scríbán

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n (scríb): a dhiabail an cuimin leat . . . | an sgríobán líomhtha `the currycomb that polished' (to a horse), O'Gr. Cat. 597.17 ( Éigse vi 3 § 7 ). do ghlac sé scríobán dá scríobadh féin leis `a potsherd (lit. scraper) to scrape himself withal', Job ii 8 .

scríbdid

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x see scríbnid.