sechem

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ā,f. vn. of *sechithir. act of following .

(a) freq. in fig. sense of imitating, following (a course of action, a teaching, a method, etc.): im sechim a gníme et im gabáil desimrechte de, Wb. 26d17 . ind leire doratsam fri sechim gníme adim hi pecdib taibrem fri sechim gníme crist in iustitia , 13d15 . cen a sechim gl. (uestigia) relinquere, Sg. 30a20 . do sechim inna ndegnímae ┐ do imgabail inna ndroch- gnimae, Ml. 128d9 . ardotchuibdig fri s.¤ na mbriathar sin, LU 3506 ( SC 26 ). is ed . . . fodera do Ebraidib sechimm uird alphabeti sui . . ., Lib. Hymn. 65 B 49 . imnochta do sechim dogrēss ar Crīst, ZCP iii 28.z . imon tesmailt is cóir dó do s.¤ ┐ do inntshamail, PH 3981 . oc sechim forcetail . . . Ísu Crist, 2377 . ar seichim Gregda . . . ┐ Ebraide following Greek and Hebrew (models), Auraic. 3417 . sitheam [.i. leanmain], Lec. Gl. 360 . sitim .i. leanmain, do. M 174 .

(b) act of straying (?): doluidh for sechim co mboe etir scuru Enda, BB 405b44 . In the phr. s.¤ sirite (? = pres. indic. pl. rel. of sirid), applied to cattle which of their own accord wander from the territory of their owner: seichme siriti .i. in t-ellach lenas duine cen chet do, ut est, annsom tighradus ┐ rl. sechme siriti ala crich, .i. na sirthoraigh bid ag siredh aiti no aide tar in crich no as in crich, O'Dav. 1407 . imacraidh tainic immach i ndeghaidh na hathghabala, ┐ a riaghail re sechim siridi gu rochet amach, O'D. 2444 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 60a ). in imurcruidh tainic i ndeguidh na hathgabhála . . . is a mbeth amuil in sechium sirite, Laws ii 72.y Comm .

? To this: cath . . . for slūago Muman is mó sechme (`with greatest outcome'), Arch. Hib. ii 59 § 5 ( LL 182b19 ). fri s.¤ (recte sechim) slúag, Met. Dinds. iii 256.3 .

sechfuires

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ind (? *sech-fo-fer-)? : fo riga ro rath .i. secfuires no seachfuires, O'C. 2020 ( H. 4.22, p. 48 ). The passage occurs more fully in O'C. 442 - 3 ( H. 3.18, p. 238a ): do lamuib litho fear fiadun ro rigaib ro rath. rom ecailsi mumhan molsatar. mac [de] nim deirceilistair maine, where the gloss is: .i. co roib ro rad na rig amaille rium.

sechi

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Forms: sechit, sechitat, sechipad, sechip, sicib

pron. indef. See Thurn. Gramm. § 461 (b) and 466 . Used before nominative of personal pronouns and nominative and dative without preposition of substantives, and before substantives preceded by a prep. (when folld. by a subst. this may or may not be preceded by a pron.): sechi chruth, Wb. 5b18 . sechi donaib anetarcnaidib `to any strangers whatever', Ml. 31a17 (gl. ad quoscumque ignotos). sechi ó óenrainn gl. ex una qualibet parte, Thes. ii 2.25 ( Acr. 4c1 ). Cf. i sachi retib gl. in quibus autem rebus, ZCP vii 482.18 ( Ench. Aug. 75b ), which Thurneysen, loc. cit. says `is probably a Latinism'. Coalesces with copula: indic. pres. pl. 3 sechit háe, Ml. 101d4 . sechitat n-é (sic MS.), Thes. ii 25.38 ( Bcr. 35d5 ). subj. pres. s. 3 sechib ed dliged són, Sg. 181a8 . sechip ed, Ml. 120c1 . subj. past s. 3 sechipad ed, 39c15 . In later texts the form is sechip -b, sicib -p. See below.

Archaic form: saichi crud, Wb. 23b22 (a prima manu).

whoever, whatever : adgenammar a séis sechip hé no-da- pridcha `we know his meaning, whosoever he be that preaches it', Wb. 14d28 . séchip hé dán . . . doberthar do neuch, 13a3 . sechib grád i mbether and imp óge fa lánamnas, 10a18 . sechi hed ríi a less `whatsoever she may need', 7b3 . rodchluinethar s.¤ he `who hears it, whoever he be', Ml. 129c19 (gl. auditori). a persainn s.¤ si `in whatever character', 115a2 . s.¤ dú nutsoesiu `wherever thou turnest', 112b6 . a duini s.¤ tú `O man whosoever', 70d4 (gl. té, . . . talia agente). s.¤ sí dia rignaib gl. reginam quamlibet, 65d8 . sechip sí fochaid imbé nech, 53b1 . sechitat hé gl. (solidas) quasque (materias), 51d7 . combad frisna gruade ┐ frisna forbru citacomairsed sechipad ed dodaíssed whatever might come to them, 39c15 . etir in dobrethir s.¤ ssí ┐ remsuidigud `or between any adverb whatsoever and . . .', Sg. 27a18 . im dán toísig nó thánaisi, sechib dán (sicib MSS.) di[i]b, Críth Gabl. 323 . secip tacra dogniat na haicneada, O'C. 250 ( H. 3.18, p. 145a ). clad-bla; crich son íncoisce duae, na urclaide, no rath, no feart, no secib duae `or any mound whatever', Laws iv 144.16 Comm . secip leth tíasat ind ócdaim . . . bad and sein . . . in whatever direction, Trip.² 2990 . sicip hé dígbas in n- eclais, 751 . secip blas bá mellach la nech fogebed fair, LU 1787 (ICM). secip drúi co ṅdíchur eluda draidechta na Cris- taige, ticed chucum-sa `if there be any magician who can . . .', PH 1172 . secip foradh-chnoc ard . . . i n-a tteicēmadh imat snechta . . . dó, Fl. Earls 192.27 . seicibtan .i. gibe tráth no uair, O'Cl.

? To this: intan asberar is ed a cheann sechis (? leg. sechi ed) ceann fir on no mna, Auraic. 544 .

sechim

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n (a) shittim-(wood): cláraib . . . | do fidrud saindil secheim, SR 4224 .

(b) a resinous substance (probably obtained from shittim-wood): clarchris . . . arna ndaingendlut[h]achadh do glaed ┐ do sechim ┐ do bitumin `pitch', CCath. 5229 . cre, uisgi . . . | sechim, bitumain . . . | nai n-adhbair in tuir Nem- ruaidh, Auraic. 298 (= tuis, mirr, 2614 ). sechim, 294 = seuchim, 2610 .

sechimthid

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Forms: sechimthidi

n i,[m.] (sechem) a follower : inna sechimthidi gl. sectatores, Ml. 31a10 .

sechip

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x see sechi.

sechis

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x see 3 sech.

sechmadach, sechma(n)ta

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ind apparently later variants of sechmadachte, q.v.: intan raidhi in sillab toiseach, todochaidi cugut in sillab deighinach et sechmatu (sechmata MS.) sechat in sillab toiseach, Auraic. 2369 = seachmadhato, 92 . om pec- daib sechmodachaib ┐ frecnaircib, LB 74c29 . arna gaibthib frecnairccib ┐ sechmoltachaib (sic), 74c36 . oen . . . dia tair- cetluib . . . tria aisneis sechmannda, Lism. L. 16 . ger uo comhdhlūith . . . in fhiodhbadh sin isin aimsir seachmataigh . . ., Fl. Earls 120.18 . isin mbliadhain seachmata, FM iii 536.1 .

sechmadachte

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adj io, iā ? part. of *sechmo-tiag- ( Ped. ii 645 and Thurn. Gramm. § 853 ) or of sechmo-di-n-g-.

(a) as adj. past, preterital, belonging to past time : amal durigni inna gnímu sechmadachtai, Ml. 50d10 . tre aisndéis sechmodachtai .i. Populus qui sedebat . . ., Trip.² 21 (sechtmo- dachtai, sechmodatai MSS.). beatus a randgabail sechmadachta `b. is its past participle', Hib. Min. 13.444 .

(b) as subst. io,n. the past; the preterite tense : inna degmaini rongeni dia isint sechmadachtu arin popul `in the past', Ml. 27a6 . todochide ar sechmadachtae n-anfoirbthe `future for imper- fect', 62a16 . airli sechmadachti foirbthi `the treatment (?) of the perfect preterite', Sg. 168a1 . frisa sechmodachte, 158a3 . confil linni hisind óin ṡechmadachtu a file leosum i ndib sechma- dachtib, 160b2 . is follus dún file choibnius etir s.¤ ┐ todochaide ex participiis, 151b7 . guth sechmadachti ┐ todochaidi im- murgu `a word of the preterite and yet of the future', 147b7 . iss ed dogní frecṅdairc de praesenti buith neich de chen forbae ar maní bé bith s.¤ `it will be a preterite', 147b3 . sechmadachta ṅ-ocus ┐ cian gl. quod tempus, . . . tam modo perfectam rem quam multo ante, (significare potest), Thes. ii 229.26 ( Pcr. 62b1 ).

See sechmadach.

sechmaid

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x see sechbaid.

2 sechmaid

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v (? by-form of sechnaid) avoids (?): rel. in beim sula sechmas Celtica xxiv 37 . ? vn. in duine docuaidh isin noe re .x.berus do echmu CIH v 1837.27 = do-ṡechmu 'unavoidable' Celtica xxiv 37 .