sebcaide

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adj io, iā (sebac) hawk-like (always in a complimentary sense): slīasta ségda sébcaide, Aisl. MC 97.15 . don sduaidh shithsing sheabhcoide (of a chief), ZCP ii 352.12 . an fhian sheabhcoidhe, Top. Poems² 1088 . rolingestar F. leim sanntach seabhcaidhi, Caithr. CC 43 § 76 . a thailginn seimh seabh- caidhe, BNnÉ 228 § 131 . a taeb seabcaidhe soilléir, Ir. Texts ii 26 § 5 . a bhadhbh sheabhcaidhe shúlghorm (to a warrior), DDána 84.7 . ealta mhíleadh le mac Úna, | d'éanaibh seabh- coidhe síl mBloid, TD 29.13 . d'eitil sheabhcaidhe, Ériu ix 4.34 . ar an mbainríoghain tséimhghil seabhcaidhe `who soars like the hawk' (of Queen Elizabeth), Ó Bruad. iii 66.17 .

sebcamail

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adj i (sebac) hawk-like: co rrucadar (sic leg.) na longa sin sithi seabchamail, CF 35 . sidhe sanntach seabcamail, ZCP i 130.3 . sidhe sanntach seabhcamhail, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 8.11 . Fig. sdūagh tṡeabhchumhail (of the Blessed Virgin), ZCP xii 380.15 .

sebcamlacht

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n ā,f. (sebcamail) hawk-like quality, high-minded- ness (?): cia an ghein ba samalta ris . . . ar ealadhain, no ar shebcamhlacht, Leb. Gab. 98 n. 8 .

sebcán

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n [o, m.] (sebac) a small hawk : séighéne .i. seabhcan, O'Cl.

sebche?

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ind Gilla Ceallaigh ceann for saillib | s.¤ co ndib mbean- naibh, IT iii 86.3 .

sebcóir

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n i,m. (sebac) a fowler, hawker, falconer : paintér seabh- córa `a snare of a fowler', Hos. ix 8 .

seboc

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x see sebac.

sebóit

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x see sabbait.

sebortir

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Forms: seborthir

v fut. pass. pl. sceó anassaib ailfitir sceó sétaib s.¤ scéo gáib glanfitir sceó rígaib imgenaiter, LU 5456 (rhetoric) = seborthir, TBC² 981 ; 'they will be diminished' (from sergaid) Stud. Celt. vi 39 , but cf. Indogermanische Forschungen xcviii 49-51 ; or 'they will be … bewitched' (from 1 síabraid) ZCP xlvii 59-60 .

1 sebrach

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adj o, ā (? sebair): rúathar nertmar seabrach, Ir. Texts ii 23 § 13 . mallacht Thighernaigh sheabhraigh, Misc. Hag. Hib. 121 § 53 . cluicc Shinill sheabhraigh, 124 § 58 . Cf. `seabhrach certain, sure, true ', O'R. ` vigorous, hale, sprightly ', Dinneen s.v. seamhrach.

2 sebrach

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x see sebair.