Cite this: eDIL s.v. scuirid or

v (scor) IGT Verbs § 58 .

I Trans.

(a) unyokes (horses, etc.): scurid in gilla na eochu, LU 8533 ( FB 39 ). scurtir a n-eich, LU 8832 ( FB 62 ). scoirit a n-eochu, TBFr. 57 . ni arlacair Medb . . . ara scorthea a eich, TBC 409 . scuirther a graueidiu (= graige), ZCP viii 103.15 . Note also: noch scuirid a carru, Laws v 260.16 . ? ceithri heich ailius scurtair soer sealba, iv 18.23 (cf. 382.14 Comm . under (c) infra). scorit a cairptiu, LU 9038 ( FB 79 ). gur scuireadh a scafa re sleasaibh an chuain till his boat was moored, Ó Bruad. iii 174.8 .

(b) hence with ellipsis of obj. (cf. II) unyokes, encamps, comes to a halt : scorsit cen chuit fainne | for dind flatha finde `unyoked', Fél. May 17 . scorsit ┐ gabsit dúnad, LU 1650 . scuirit hi tir Chuirc for arbur, Anecd. iii 60.2 . scorais oc Grellaigh `encamped', AU i 428.17 . nī scoirtīs cen immaire | rīg nā rīgdomna aca, RC xiii 393.y . scorais a longport oc Topar G., FM ii 588.10 . ni ro cobrastair in sruth dia n-ítaid . . . cia ro scuirset uime, BB 494a35 = no scoirset, Alex. 657 . sguirsit ann in Cruithnigh | for tuirtibh tri maighe `settled themselves', Todd Nenn. 138.3 . laoch na scor nár scuir chum scíse who never laid aside the harness of war to seek repose, Hackett xxxix 109 .

(c) releases, sets free : scurthar saor selba .i. curthar na fofir go tochus is in feronn the property of a freeman is released (?), Laws iv 382.14 Comm . (cf. iv 18.23 under (a) supra). ? colaind crochsus, | sgoirsiss for faill finna taebha, ZCP viii 198 § 16 . fuighleach [dar] fágbhadh 'n-a créachtuibh | an cíogh trom an tráth do sguir when the breast released the blood still left in its wounds, DDána 32.32 . Usually with follg. DI: com-gnim scuires in leth eile do chechtar (sic leg.) de `equal responsibility detaches the half from each of them', Laws i 178.26 Comm . noco scuireann adbar ni dfir duisci cause does not diminish the liability of an inciter, iii 158.12 Comm . in ní scoires de in fer bís ina [manchuine] what the man . . . relieves him of, 174.10 Comm . nocha sccuriobh-sa lámh diob ica sraigleadh, TBC p. 635 n. 6 . o rascuirsed na Tiabanda na frasa sin de `when the Thebans discontinued these showers (of missiles) from him', TTebe 4238 . nogo scuiredh a scís dé `that he might put his weariness from him' (perh. intrans. that his weariness might go from him), Ériu iii 158 § 10 . dá chluinsin . . . | sguiridh rí Uisnigh fhilidh the king of U. sends away the poets listening to him (i.e. they do not go of their own accord), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 73.56 . tú sguirfeas cách dá gcogthaibh, TD 21.16 . ní scuirdis in t-ech dia rith cu mba scíth hi did not rest the horse, Marco P. 96 .

(d) stops, brings to an end, finishes : na scor a dhilsi `do not stay (dissolve, annul?) his ownership', O'Dav. 823 . scuirid cat[h cairde] do gres, ┐ noca scuirenn bescna, Laws iii 216.12 Comm . o rascuired sin `now that done by them', TTebe 2465 . sguir . . . t'ábhacht, DDána 67.15 . na cairrge fá mhuigh Macha, | fairrge do sguir a sgucha a sea which has curbed its restlessness (?), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 75.138 . foireand a toigh Th. | nach sgoir doineand duibgeimrid whom bad weather does not hinder, IGT Verbs ex. 507 . do sguirfeadh sruth locha láin (of God), Dán Dé xxvii 28 . sccuir an muilenn, BNnÉ 27.1 . sguir do bhéal a sheanóir shuairc, Oss. iv 54.13 .

II Intrans. Cf. I (b) supra.

(a) ceases, desists, comes to a halt : ? scīth | scuirsit limm lāithe aui Chuinn crōlechtaib `traurig bin ich dass die Krieger . . . sich auf Blutlagern zur Ruhe begeben haben', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 17 § 3 (scuirset, MS. See also under scithlim). scuiread cach ath 's cach indber `let every ford . . . cease to vie with it' (Inber mBúada), Met. Dinds. iii 420.32 . sguirim fodesta, ar rosgribus chena é (scribal note), Rawl. B 512, 41b (cited Plummer MS. notes). scuirim go aimsir oile `I pass to another time' (in a chronicle), CS 14.10 . sguir desist, DDána 53.3 . sguiridh in fiabras `the fever ceases', Rosa Ang. 190.4 . ro imthidh . . . ┐ nir scuir co rainic tempall na ndee, St. Ercuil 76 . go nar sguireadar acht agá sraoighleadh, ML 132.21 . nír sguireadh . . . gá fadógh, Magauran 4008 . ni scurit do sir ag eadarguighi in aein-dia never desist from, ITS xix 38.29 . Note also: scuirid [a cliatha] catha dermára díbh `their . . . battle-hurdles give way', CCath. 1890 (cuirit, v.l.). cor trascair [C.] Mand fón corthi coro scor i mminagib so that he was broken into small fragments, LU 6721 ( TBC² 2180 ) (or trans.?). in Niall sin . . . | ra scuir in loch finn-glan faei the lake . . . opened beneath him (?), Ériu x 87 § 98 .

(b) with follg. DE: scurem din gaisced sa fodesta let us cease fighting, TBC 3564 . nir scuir dind fhognam `she ceased not from the service', RC xxiv 190.11 . o rascuirsedar da n-imrud, TTebe 1943 . sguiridh an sdair dhe go fóill `the story leaves him for a while', Ériu v 188.450 . nir sguirsit do'n sgainnir, Celt. Rev. iv 120.14 . andsa bliadain si róscuir Beda don croinic . . . do scribad, RC xvii 235.12 . níor sguir dá dhíbheirge dhíobh ceased not to plunder them, TD 7.40 . sguiream . . . dod theagasg, Content. ix 11 . níor sguireas . . . dom dhoighníomh, DDána 25a.13 . scuir dínn is taraigh dot tigh leave us alone, IGT Verbs ex. 231 . puirt luatha . . . | sguirim uatha dá n-áireamh I will enumerate them no further, Dánta Gr. 72.36 . an trat scuires se don tarraing sin when it ceases to exert that attraction (of the moon), Ir. Astr. Tr. 46.28 . coná ro sguirsed do'n treathan, MR 256.11 . Note also: scuir ó fheirg, Ps. xxxvii 8 .

? scuis

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? scuis or

v pret. 3 s. s.¤ ar cul in file find started back, retreated (?), Rawl. 161a44 . Perh. for scuchais as in 41 , though metre re- quires a monosyllable.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. scuit or

Forms: scut

n buffoon, laughing-stock : s.¤ .i. genaide .i. is cāi fāitchessai fora mmbíi; nō cāi fāitbiuda do chāch, Corm. Y 1184 = O'C. 135 ( H. 3.18, 78b ). scatān .i. s.¤ inn ena .i. genaid ind uisci, Corm. Y 1194 = scut, O'C. 135 ( H. 3.18, 78 ).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. scuitemail or

adj (scuit) laughable, ridiculous (?): a u[i] screllin s.¤ , IT iii 80 - 81 § 56 = a hūi Scēlīn scutemail `du närrischer Enkel Scēlīns', Bruchst. i 35 § 81 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. scuithe or

Forms: scu(i)che, scuichi, scuithe, scuithche, scuichthe

n pl. movable property, movables. More particularly smaller animals as opposed to cattle. Thurn., Ir. Recht 56 n. 1 cites the MS. spellings scu(i)che, scuichi, scuithe, scuithche, scuichthe, etc., and suggests that the word may be pl. of scuich or the part. of scuchaid used as a substantive. It may, however, be pl. of the word scuichid, scuithid pig (agent noun from scuchaid?) found in the first three quotations given here: is ocht n-anmanna in[n]a muc, comlachtaid, scuithid, etc., O'Dav. 360 . scuithid .i. ainm do orc, ut est scuithidh sceo banb lomtharr .i. ac ithe scoth. Nó tescaidh a cenn dona scothaib. No ótcí na scotha scuichid, 1428 . scuichid sceo banb lomtarr lupait lintar . . ., O'Don. 2225 ( Nero A vii, 152b ). mad nocht aile, gebaidh side fri damscuithe (sic leg.); ni dicead scuithe ar a dluithe `oxen and small cattle', Laws iv 112.7 .i. noco teit in ní scuchas na scota trit ar dluithi, 25 Comm . ba .i. fal, etarba damscuithe `a fence of oxen and small animals', O'Dav. 327 (not necessarily a dvandva-compd.). na scuithi .i. indile, Laws v 496.11 Comm . (gl. seoit, 3 ). dibadh sguithi ┐ annsguithi `moveable and immoveable "dibadh"-property', iv 292.20 . a scuithi uile don eaglais ina neart[sh]lainte `bewegliche Habe', Ir. Recht 32 § 34 . con-ic duine a scuichi uli ┐ a andscuichthi do thabairt ina nertslainti don ecclais, 56 xi a . na scuithi do comraind doib, Laws iii 404.3 Comm . a leth seic ar scuithi . . . ┐ a leth ar scath annscuichthi `movables . . . immovables', v 34.14 , 15 Comm . ni uil eneclann doib na dire a dualgus scuithi, 120.26 Comm . as a scuichtib, 518.19 Comm . Cf. an-s.¤ .i. neams.¤ .i. gan toichned dogrēs, Corm. Y 361 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. scuithid or

x see scuithe.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. sculmaire or

n [io,m.] (based on Mid. Engl. scull?) a kind of oar, scull (dist. from ráma): scemgal na sculmairi ica scoltad, LL 236a10 ( TTr. 1414 ). briscinmnech na s.¤ `sculls', TTr.² 867 . ethar bec beochlaide . . . cona sculmarib smera, Aisl. MC 85.12 = sculmaire, 119.34 . cia brisedh a sgulmaireadha ┐ a rai- meadha . . . cona ramadaib, cona s.¤ , Laws iii 208.18. y Comm . `sculler', O'Don. Suppl.

? scunamail

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ? scunamail or

ind sceinbh .i. . . . ionada sccunamhla, Triads p. 38 no. 106 . ? For sceinnemla from sceinnid, Plummer MS. notes.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. scur or

x see scor.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. scút or

n boat, ship. The exx. hardly justify Meyer, RC xi 494 and Marstrander, Bidrag 67 in postulating a word *scut, scud (with short ŭ) stern from ON skutr (in spite of ML² 661 cited below). Meyer (ib.) differentiates between this and scúta (cf. ML² 651 ), which he correctly derives from ON skúta. scúd .i. long, O'Cl. a sgūdada slemna seis-c[h]erta, ML² 651 . fregartha . . . na tonn ag accallaimh na sgūt ┐ na sgiam-t[h]osach, 661 . re taobuib trēn-long ┐ re cnarruib comdhaingne ┐ re sgūduib sgothamla, 700 .

1 se

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 se or

emph. particle 1 s. See .