scríbneóirecht

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n f.(scríbneóir) profession or art of writing : tré ainbhfios na droinge . . . do bhí gan ealadhain aca acht scríbhneoireacht amháin do dhéanamh, Keat. i 84.22 . no gur fritheadh an sgribhneoireacht ┐ an clo amach, Luc. Fid. 256.18 . ni thaitnend . . . a hord sgribneorachta lemsa (of a saint's life), BNnÉ 290.4 . ag iarraid scripneoirechta orm, Thr. Ir. Gl. viii 13 .

scríbnid

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Forms: salmscribdid, comscribṅdaith, stoirscribnidi

n i,m. (scríbend). Note also salmscribdid, Ml. 14a6 . comscribṅdaith, Sg. 24a13 (see Thurn. Gramm. § 180 ). scribe, professional writer : stoirscribnidi `chroniclers' (Suppl.), Ml. 2c4 . inna ṅdomunscribnide gl. cosmographiorum, Bcr. 37b1 . ní fail scribnid conísad a scribend, Trip.² 3098 . Broccáns.¤ , Fél. July 8 . Dunlaṅg scribnid, YBL 139a6 . Caisin, scribhnidh ó Luscca, FM i 298.5 . saoi channtaire, sccribnigh, ┐ cheard n-examail, iii 240.3 . Note also: script .i. scribnide, O'Dav. 1434 . script .i. scribuid (leg. -nid), O'Don. 1671 ( H. 5.15, 25b ).

scrín

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Forms: scríne, scrína, scríne

n (Lat. scrinium) f. In: s.¤ airindí atreba arma and gl. armarium, Sg. 33a7 the wd. `and' presumably refers to the Lat., not to the Irish wd. g s. scríne. pl. scrína, scríne.

A shrine (usually containing saints' relics). Cf. also Sg. 33a7 cited above. a scrina (of certain saints), Trip.² 2262 . in s.¤ i rabatar a thaisi, Fél. 76.38 . is í in s.¤ sin dorat C. . . . dochum Herenn, 210.35 . amal cach scrin n-ildelbaig, SR 4212 = testemain taiscidi amal scrin sciamda co n-illdelbaib, BB 241b21 . minna Molaisi .i. a scrin ┐ a menister ┐ a bachall, YBL 119a33 ( RIA MS. Series i 182.x ). i scrīn cumdachta, BColm. 96.7 . positio reliquiarum C. hi scrin oir, AU i 282.11 . a scrin cumtaig, Ann. Conn. 1293.7 . taissi Colaim . . . d'ḟagbail . . . iar mbrisidh na scrine ir-raibe, RC xviii 159.2 . hi sccrín chloiche, FM iii 152.21 . iar tabairt na tri Scríne after swearing by the three Shrines, AU ii 222.23 = ALC i 192.16 = iar ttabhairt na tteora scríne, FM iii 102.12 . ag óradh scríneadh ┐ mainistreacha, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 36.3 . isí an s.¤ is airdmhind do C. c. and osin ille, BCC 146 (150.17) . In phrase mac scríne, of an illegitimate son who is set adrift (see Ériu xi 98 , Ir. Recht 74 ): mac scrine .i. mac so rinne[d] re coibdelaig ina richt budein, ┐ isedh dlegar a cur i scrin lethair ar muir in eret bus leir gelsciath ar muir, O'C. 413 ( H. 3.15, 227a ). Note also: nosainm (= no is ainm) cuile no sgríne bis iar cul colba; is índe bít tarsanna caoma fri henechruice, O'C. 2676 ( Eg. 88, 57 (58)b ) = 790 ( H. 3.18, 368b ) (gloss on caire, Laws i 122.18 ).

In nn. loc.: tulach hi fil S.¤ Choluim Cille indiu, LU p. 127 n. c (gloss on Achaill, 4055 ). at iad ann so a chealla: Rath- both, . . . an S.¤ i d[t]ír Ḟiachrach Mūaidhe, ZCP v 496.8 . See Hog. Onom.

Compd. ¤tech shrine-house : tegdais anorach, ┐ scrin-tech sochraid, ZCP xvii 233.21 .

scrínire

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n io,m. (scrín) treasurer : scrinire nó fer tige sǽt gl. arcarius, Wb. 7c9 .

scripa

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n (Eng. loan-word) scrip, bag : co mbuailfind-si mo sgripa ┐ mo lorg ar aenslighi a fírmullach do chinn-si, ZCP vi 93.y . na daine . . . gabus sgriptha ┐ lorg do ghradh Dia, Smaointe B. Chr. 6071 .

scrípaid

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Forms: scrípad

v (scríb) scratches : ro scrib a h-agaid, MR 72.22 . gur scríob chúichi an chill trí gnaoimhúinte grinn `since the grave has gathered them to it' (see scríb (c)), E. O'Rahilly xii 31 .

Vn. scrípad: cait ic scripad, LU 2425 , Lism. L. 3654 . icc scripadh na croch . . . da hingnibh, CCath. 3982 . doni a sgribudh [fe] sin for a aighid (of a mourning woman), Aen. 3106 . a haighidh do sgríobadh, TFrag. 66.2 . a choguas do sgríobadh ┐ do sgiamhghlanadh to scrape and scour his con- science, Eochairsg. 74.4 . In compd.: brichtscribhenna briste catha 'arna scribadhrinnadh ind (a shield) carved and en- graved, CCath. 5329 (Stokes takes as vn. of scríbaid). Cf. imscrípgail.

Part. gruadi scriptha ` torn ', Todd Lect. vi 81.9 .

scriplín

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n (screpull?) a small bundle (?): seisedh ar a trillsinib du denumh di . . . trian ar scriplinib do denumh de (of a dye- plant) `scriplin-bundles', Laws ii 420.5 Comm . la ceithri scribline scremloiscthi do choirci `little scruples', Hib. Min. 66.29 . Cf. in ru na trillsenaib ar cuicthi, na screplaib ar treisi, Laws i 190.1 Comm .

script

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Forms: scribnid

n (Lat. script-) writing : amhuil atá cicht ┐ s.¤ .i. cicht rindaigi ┐ s.¤ .i. scribuid (Plummer MS. notes takes rindaigi and scribuid as g s.; perh. leg. scribnid, cf. next ex.), O'Don. 1671 ( H. 5.15, 25b ). s.¤ .i. scribnide, O'Dav. 1434 . ag so an druims.¤ `endorsement' (before last quatrain of poem), Ó Bruad. iii 28 .

scripta

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n (ON skript, Bidrag 94 ) crypt, sacristy : brisit an s.¤, tuccsat cailigh aifrinn, FM iii 274.11 = scriphta, Ann. Conn. 1235.8 = ALC i 322.2 (in cripta, Cottonian Annals, RC xlii 301.2 ).

scriptuir

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Forms: screptaire, screptra, scriptuir, scriptuir, scriptúir, scriptuir, scrioptúir, screptaire, sgrebtrae, screptra, scriptuire, scripturi, scriptúri, screptra, sgreaptra, sgreaphtra, screaptradh, sgrioptur, sgrioptuir, sgrioptúr, scriptúir, screptra

n f., later m. (Lat. scriptura). Two distinct early borrowings are reflected in g s. screptaire, screptra (see below), the form scriptuir being due to learned influence (cf. Ped. i 211 , Ériu xxxiv 37 ). Length of -u- not attested by rhyming exx. in the early lan- guage. scriptuir, Ml. 25d12 . Cf. scriptúir, LU 2359 . scriptuir, 2374 . Freq. with -ú- in PH, see Atk. Gloss. Late rhyming exx. show -ú-: scrioptúir: iontnúidh, DDána 3.2 . : dhúinn, 27a.3 . Freq. with -í- in first syll. in Desid. g s. screptaire, Ml. 35b1 , 15 . sgrebtrae, ZCP iii 29.8 . Later screptra passim. na scriptuire , IT i 170.16 . na scripturi , PH 5516 . n p. na scripturi mora, Ml. 3a6 . scriptúri, PH 3122 . screptra, Cog. 138.24 . Leb. Gab. 36.3 . sgreaptra, Content. xv 13 . g p. sgreaphtra, Auraic. 2640 . screaptradh, FM i 132.12 . In later language usually indecl. in sg., but in Luc. Fid. 256 ff . regularly sgrioptur, g s. sgrioptuir. As suggested by Ed. g s. sgrioptúr, Desid. 4239 is probably a misprint. In this period the form scriptúir is the only one used in sense of holy scripture , the form screptra being con- fined to senses (b) and (c). Exceptionally trāchtairidhi in[na] screptra naoimhe, Fl. Earls 164.y .

(a) holy scripture, holy writ : in tan arbir bith in scribtuir (sic leg.?) . . . do deisimbrecht asna psalmaib, Hib. Min. 4.129 . ni thechta duinne tuilled noibscreptra dianechtair we should not make additions to holy scripture from outside sources, 12.409 . legais runa rochuad eter scolaib screptra, ACC 60 ( RC xx 256 ). co rūinib screptra nach diss | formae ueteris legis `with mys- teries of scripture', Ériu xi 104.18 . co ndec[h]asu . . . co hEtáil do fogluim na screpttra, Thr. Hom. 12.21 . iar firinde na screptra noemhi, MacCarthy 48.19 . ata in scriptuir noem do mebair lais, PH 2184 . In Laws the form screptra is taken in this sense by glossators (cf. however, O'C. 2288 below): for fir ┐ dliged screptra, Laws v 10.14 .i. na scribtuiri, 17 Comm . i mbre- athaib aicnigh ┐ cuibse ┐ screbtra in judgements according to nature, conscience and holy writ (?), 452.20 .i. naime in fir leigind, 454.12 Comm . fir n-aignaid ┐ screbtra, 430.24 . indas noroindfitis crō ┐ dībad a fīraicned screptra ┐ chuibsi, Ériu i 214.6 . do ghlór an sgrioptúir an sgéal it is a story from scrip- ture, Dán Dé v 22 . maith an sgéalaidhe an sgriobtúir, PBocht 16.1 . aonradh sgrioptuir fhollais, Luc. Fid. 193.20 . amhail atá scrioptúir ré teinidh do bheith ann (i.e. in hell) scriptural proof, TSh. 6225 . Rarely in pl. in this sense: do réir na sgrioptúireadh `scriptural passages' (Gloss.), Desid. 4929 .

(b) of non-biblical writings: secht cēt aipgitrech rascrībai | screptra scrībenn (Patrick), Arch. iii 303 § 9 . amail adbeir in scriptuir (folld. by a non-biblical quot.), O'C. 2288 ( Eg. 88, 21 (22)c ). gidh bé sgriobtúir ór sgaoileadh whatever the source of the story (introducing an apologue), DDána 37.5 . sgreaptra na naomh the writings of the saints, TFrag. 118.16 . do reir scriptra na scelaige according to the writings of the historians, Caithr. CC 4 (2.27) . na screptra do leghad lind, Leb. Gab. 36.3 .

(c) in concrete sense manuscripts, books : Cennfaoladh . . . do athnuaidhestar . . . maille re hurmór na screaptra `MSS.', O'Gr. Cat. 104.22 = na sgreaphtra, Auraic. 2640 . na sgreaptra | do sgríobh lámh Chaimín Cealtra, Content. xv 13 . cloigtech Mainistrech do losccadh gus an scriptuir ann `with the writing in it', CS 304.17 = co n-a lebraibh, AU ii 58.1 = co leabhraibh ┐ co ttaisccedhaibh iomdhaibh, FM ii 956.11 . ar tteclamadh screaptradh ┐ seinleabhar nEreann co haon maighin, i 132.12 . tempall insi moir loch gile do losccadh, ┐ screptra uí chuirnin imon leabhar ngearr, iv 828.3 . seinscreaptra meamruim ┐ seinleabhar paipéir, RC iv 354.16 ( O'Cl. Preface). Attrib. g s.: Ard Macha do loscadh . . . cona durthigib uile cenmotha in teach screbtra nama `the library', RC xvii 358.26 . i ttighibh Sgreabtra, Geneal. Tracts i 3.16 . oes screptra writers, Ériu v 20.9 .

scriptúrda

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adj (scriptuir) scriptural, canonical : uibhir . . . na leabhar ata diadha sgriopturdha, Luc. Fid. 283.21 .