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.

sebtaib?

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ind fer cetaroraid ria cach coraid foa dib s.¤ selsus, LL 116a27 .

1 sec?

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adj cach slúag nach saigthech bíd secc, | laimther ┐ ní laimet, Met. Dinds. iii 24.319 (` sapless ').

? 2 sec

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n a bone : `tec' cnaimh (v.ll. sec, teach), Met. Gl. 14 § 27 . séic .i. cnáimh, O'Cl. See 1 tuc.

seca

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n (Eng. jack `a foot-soldier's sleeveless tunic'): luirech ┐ sgabal fa fher díbh ┐ s.¤ ┐ cinnbert fan dara fer, L. Chl. Suibhne 31 (of equipment for a gallowglass). gabhaidh seaca ar snuadh donnchaor | lán leomhan lán corcarchraobh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 98.137 . a seaca leabhar luibthrēan (: dhu[i]blēid) 'coat of mail ' Celtica iv 110 § 14 .

secaide

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n g s. or g p.?: Iarla Desmuman re nabarthai Geróid na secaidhe, ALC ii 454.z (`G. of the excursions').

secaigi?

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n sraitige s.¤ | taintighe tredaighi, IT iii 105 § 208 (` dryness (?)', Plummer MS. notes).

secainim

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n ī,f. (? 2 sec or 1 secc+ainim blemish) the name of some disease or fault in horses (?): ni saig dilsi for eachaib na hibraib cu seachtmain for mis for bliadain ar iarsmaib ainmib (glossed: nocha tairiseand dilsi for na heachaibh fireanna anas ar na haigcideadhaibh iubair tra . . . re teacmaisin na seacain- me is in neach, no caechadbaidh, no dluighisidhe is in niubhar, as uime do berar in re sin riu), O'C. 1863 ( 23 P 3, 20a ). da sét ro ba comaith i llo in cundartha ┐ secainm isin dara lo (leg. séut) ┐ in sét eili ar bisech ┐ cemad ail don dara fir a diubairt d'acra ar in fer eili nocho roich, uair roba comaith a ló in cundartha iat, O'D. 1618 ( H. 5.15, p. 14a ). Plummer (MS. notes) considers that here secainm means depreciation.