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.

secal

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n o,m. IGT Decl. § 17.12 . rye : a ithe ime | re haran segail, IT iii 91 § 126 . Finan tuc cruithnecht i nErinn . . . Deglan tug in segal, Fél. 112.35 . taés secail, LL 20b30 . secul, . . . cruithnec[h]t, eōrna, Aisl. MC 99.4 . teora míach morarbha do sheagal, BB 257b38 . coimesctur maillire plur mine segail, Ir. Texts v 8.17 . seagal is coirci is cruithneacht, IGT Decl. ex. 1064 . níor buáileadh . . . an seagal `the rye [was] not smitten', Exod. ix 32 .

1 secc

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adj o, ā (Lat. siccus, Ped. § 141.6 ) stiff, rigid, hard : s.¤ ┐ secda ōndī as sic[c]us , Corm. Y 1141 . rolaíset a muinter in bratt día agaid conid fúarutar sécc (uiderunt eum iam mortuum), Trip.² 2630 . delg .i. del-seacc, Corm. Y 478 . sossad n-aidche, s.¤ lige `a dry couch', Met. Dinds. iv 332.41 . ba seac leo an cranncur do dénamh `a hard thing', CF 391 . carrac .i. gor-sec . . . nó carn-sec hí, O'Mulc. 266 .

Compds. ¤derg as epithet: Sétna S., Met. Dinds. iii 282.77 . ¤marb stark dead, but `cold and dead ' (TSh. Vocab.): rop annam lat bith cen t'arm, | nó conotarla is tu secmarb, TFerbe 471 . iarsin éirgis Cé . . . | robo súail nárbo s., Met. Dinds. iii 400.22 . tuc fobairt . . . forra gur chuir ina corraitib ┐ ina slaetaeb secmarbha dochum láir . . . iat, ZCP xiii 238.8 . slaod-óglaoich sínte seac-mharbha, TSh. 6616 . ¤rigin stiff and firm, very stiff: minslabraidh segda seimi seic-rigne, CCath. 5280 . lebenn sesmhach seicrighin sleagh, ZCP xiv 254.13 (`frostharter'). dia foghadhaibh . . . seicrighne `firmly made', Hugh Roe 226.11 . triasan éidedh seicrighin, 256.15 .

2 secc

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x see sicc.

seccad

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Forms: seacadh

[u,m.] vn. of seccaid. seacadh, IGT Verbs § 80.21 .

(a) hardening, stiffening, tightening; drying up: toirnit a n- aicenta ar seccadh a cru congelation, CCath. 2502 . re tendad re s.¤ ┐ re siniud na snadmann, BB 242a5 = LB 120b55 . gibe ar a mbia flux no ionramh san naoís óig bídh maille re seacadh bronn sa naois arsaidh (iis senescentibus exiccatur), 23 K 42, 17.7 . consdipedon [leg. Constipatio] .i. seacudh brond, Arch. i 336.125 (Med. Gl.). re s.¤ ┐ re sirdeliugad na sluag `the inces- sant successive rallyings and dispersions', MR 240.25 .

(b) Metaph. hardness of heart, obduracy : bīaidh mírann (= míghreann) is secadh | iter mac is athair, ZCP x 50 § 27 . nī rarīm dōib Dīa ar peccad | guin na geinti dia s.¤ , iii 24.21 . parsimony, niggardliness : eochair díbe diultad, | eochair seilbe s.¤ , vi 270 § 7 .

seccae

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n ,f. (secc) stiffness, hardness, difficulty : theinmeas gach būc da seaca .i. tuiges gach lebhar dá crūaidhe, ZCP v 489 § 11 (B. na f.). mná . . . | baetha borba mor secca (: n-ĕcca) (glossed: .i. cruas), Ir. Texts iv 37 § 11 . ? To this: dogné sáiri na sruithe | ní pa borb amal sheccu, Ériu i 198.3 .

seccaid

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v ā stiffens, hardens; drys up: ro secsat cen ersolcud gl. (ut ostendat portas diu esse et fortiter) clausas, Ml. 46a22 . coro [ṡ]ecsat a lláma, Trip.² 1239 . seccais a lám . . . | immon claideb, SR 7067 . ro sec feoil ar mhuintiri | mar ṡeacas rusc im crand, IT iii 102 § 192 . ar is gó flatha do-ber sína saíba for tūatha clóena, co secca talman torad, ZCP xi 82 § 25 . intí tuarcaib dib a laim ar tús . . . roṡecca a lamh uasa ┐ rocrap lamh indalanai, Lat. Lives 75.17 . dorocratar curaid . . . ┐ ro secta eridh ilarda . . . iar crot[h]adh airm, BB 489a14 . fo- bairset [sc. na milid] a thoirnem as in croich, acht no-shectis a llama dia comristís fris, PH 2470 . is annsin ro sheacsat ┐ ro fhéodhaighset a ccosa ┐ a lamha, BNnÉ 27 § 22 .

s.¤ di adheres to, sticks to: leth in moige no seccdis doine de, RC xi 446.52 (`would freeze fast'). no seichtis doine ndei .i. no lendaeis a cossai, 456.4 . Part. sectha, q.v.

seccle?

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ind Sephi, niptar s.¤ slóg, SR 6337 .

secda

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x see sectha.

secdacht

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n ā,f. (secc)

(a) hardness, firmness, coherence : is aire raiter iarmberla de .i. ara se[c]dacht amal iarunn, Auraic. 1313 = ara secucht ┐ ara cruaidhi amal iarand, uair ni heidir a thaithmech, 4632 .

(b) Metaph. penuriousness, niggardliness : ar daigin sec- dachta no gaindi na tuc in fer in biad, Laws iii 206.13 Comm . ar daigin secdachta no crunnachta, i 180.6 Comm .

secdae

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adj io, iā (secc) hard : cotud .i. cech secda, ab eo quod est cotis , Corm. Y 326 . As substantive hardness, obduracy : crábud cen uaill cen ṡecdai, LB 100 marg. inf. cressine cen tsecdhai piety without dogmatism, ZCP iii 448.2 (tsechta, v.l.). ar in seccda ┐ aran cotaiti rodaingnidi it cridi, D iv 2, 70rb20 .