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 ).

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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 .

sechmaínech

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adj o, ā (1 sech+maínech) extremely wealthy (an ad hoc compd. to explain the epithet of Nía Segamain, see also Cóir Anm. 26 ): is uime ghairthear Nia Seaghamain de .i. seachmhaoineach, óir fá mór an bhreis mhaoine dó seoch cách, Keat. ii 2783 .

sechmall

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Forms: sechmullad, sechmaill

n o, [n.?] later m. Later occas. sechmullad. vn. of sechmi-ella.

(a) lit. act of passing by, evading : attrib. gen. int ais sechmaill (pratereuntes), Ml. 102a15 . sligeda seachmaill seach na Greic (i.e. paths by which the Greeks might be avoided), TTebe 4648 . s.¤ ó act of avoiding, holding back from: is dolig nach mball isin churp . . . do s.¤ on phein . . . dliges, LU 2606 (H).

(b) fig. act of evading, neglecting, omitting; evasion, neglect, omission : huand s.¤ `by the neglect' (gl. intermisione), Ml. 70b3 . s.¤ dligid an evasion of the law, O'C. 2561 ( Eg. 88, fo. 47 (48)b ). cumal . . . i s.¤ a mama crabaid ┐ ceileburtha, Laws v 124.20 Comm . eiric i s.¤ na athgabhala do breith i n-airlisi airech `for neglecting to bring', i 96.11 Comm . cuic seoit dinbleoguin i sechmullad cach nech dibh, ii 14.10 Comm . s.¤ a lessa ar cech ló, Fél.² cxvii 17 = Ir. Texts iv 87 § 2 . in coilech-sa in césta do s.¤ to avoid this chalice of the passion, PH 3059 . logthar . . . cech s.¤ uird ┐ oifrind ┐ aine, LB 187a11 . olc dona sagartaib, | sechmullad forcedail, ZCP viii 209.25 . na sé Soghain ná seachnam, | a ríogha gan roisheachmall, Top. Poems² 810 . do-níd na hoighreadha . . . seachmall i bhfurtacht do tha- bhairt dá n-anmannaibh, TSh. 4605 . an tí do-ní faill nó seachmall . . . na shláinte, 1685 . seachmall .i. dearmad, O'Cl. Attrib. gen.: fiche cath . . . | ni saobh sechmaill, | do bhris Maol fial finnṠeachlainn, Ir. Texts iv 30 § 5 (cheville). sins of omission, shortcomings : caoin do sheachmaill, TSh. 6872 (negligentias tuas plange). With follg. AR (FOR) evading : anas messu d'inchaib ríg: | s.¤ (sechmell, v.l. LL) ar (for, v.l.) fír, fuilled gua, Ériu ix 46 § 8 .

(c) as grammatical term, the case governed by prep. sech, `neglective case' (Auraic. Gl.): sech fer a s.¤, o fhir a foxaul, Auraic. 1521 . sech fer a sh.¤ uathaid, sech feraib (no sech firu) a seachmall ilair, 1778 .

sechmallach

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adj o, ā (sechmall) causing neglect, neglectful : fri snīm s.¤ (i.e. worldly care which causes neglect of spiritual duties), ZCP vi 271 § 4 = Acall. 2962 . tré bheith seachmallach fá shláinte a n-anmann, TSh. 7805 .

sechmata

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x see sechmadach.

sechmi-ella, sechmo-ella

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Forms: sechmi-n-ella, sechmo-ella, sechmalla, sechmo-allat, nicon- sechmallad, sechmallam, sechmo-ella, sechmalfam, sechmalfaider, ro-sechmallus-[s]a, sech- maillenn, seachmallat, sechmall

v Indic. pres. s. 3 lase sechmi-n-ella , Ml. 61a5 . sechmo-ella, Sg. 196b2 . nad sechmalla , Ml. 35d13 . pl. 3 sechmo-allat, O'C. 570 ( H. 3.18, p. 284 ). impf. s. 3 nicon- sechmallad, Ml. 33c21 . Ipv. pl. 1 sechmallam, ZCP viii 332.25 . Subj. pres. s. 3 rel. sechmo-ella, O'Dav. 245 . Fut. pl. 1 ní sechmalfam , Ml. 25a3 . pass. s. ni sechmalfaider , 14d3 . Pret. s. 1 ro-sechmallus-[s]a, Lat. Lives 17.8 .

Later inflected as ā- or rarely ī-stem: Indic. pres. s. 3 sech- maillenn, O'C. 1449 ( H. 3.18, 647a ). pl. seachmallat, O'C. 570 (do. H. 3.18 p. 284 ).

Vn. sechmall.

Lit. (a) passes by, passes : lase sechminella (gl. praeteriundo), Ml. 61a5 . ni sechmalat for oenshét, SR 926 . is airi sein ro- sechmallus-[s]a in croiss, Lat. Lives 17.8 .

Fig. (b) neglects, passes over, omits: ni sechmalfaider cuimre and dano gl. non obliuiscemur . . . breuitatis, Ml. 14d3 . ní sechmalfam ní and cen tadal gl. sed iam strictim carpentes, 25a3 . nad sechmalla gl. (bona facere) non omittit, 35d13 . is aire roṡechmall hiruphín ┐ saraphin sechnahí aile ar ite ata sia o doinib iar n-etargnu ┐ atreb `this is why he omitted', Goid. 67.14 . cia beith ní sechmoella mo tenga di airim in cairde seo, O'Dav. 245 . sechmoallat gach fir prapcoillti .i. seachmallat in firinde in fiallach is ger im na fiachaib every close-fisted man neglects the truth, O'C. 570 ( H. 3.18, p. 284 ). Cf. O'C. 1449 . asar ṡechmaillius gl. quorum . . . praeterii nomina, Gild. Lor. 240 . ni ṡechmallad nach uair . . . cen ernaigthe (praeteriit), Lat. Lives 100.8 . cúic ba a nembreith a faisc . . . ┐ cúic ba, ma ro seachmaill aige if he neglected the proper time, O'D. 1697 ( H. 2.12, No.8, p. 1 ). dia sechmalladh ni dia dlighedh, Laws i 90.25 Comm . nach dú ir-rabai fodurd ┐ format . . . nicon rusechmallad cen digu uil[c] `has never been left without the utmost evils', Ériu vii 164 § 10 . sechmallam clanda Fergusa colleíc, taithmetam claindi C. let us pass over, ZCP viii 332.25 (Laud Gen.). ro-shechmallis forcetul . . . in choimded, PH 8282 . conid ar daig rúine ro-t-sechmaill M. . . . in timna omitted to fulfil, 5736 .

(c) usually with follg. prep. ó is lacking (in): hó ranngabáil frecndairc hi cesad sechmoella diuscartach . . . et sechmoella coitchen hó rangabáil ṡechmadachti `the common lacks a preterite participle when action is expressed by it', Sg. 196b2 . sechis nicon sechmallad nech són gl. nemo a malo uacuaret opere, Ml. 33c21 . cip é . . . na creti . . . esergi . . . sechmalfaid tall on tslanti suthain, LU 2720 (H). ni iarsinni seachmallas o dheilbh acht midhealbh fuirri nama (non quia caret forma sed male formata est), Auraic. 473 .

sechna

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Forms: sechnad, sechna, seachna, sheachanta

sechnad (1 sech + an- Éigse vii 158-59 ). sechna f., IGT Decl. § 3.28 (with or without d- forms in pl.). g s. seachna, Dán Dé x 12 . chum a sheachanta , Donlevy 94.25 .

(a) act of avoiding, evading, doing without, abstaining from, omitting : nesam sin ric a les duine do caithem fo cetoir ┐ nochan-fuil a sechnam (leg. sechnad) aici `und ohne das er nicht auskommen kann', Cóic Con. Fug. 33 § 33 H . d'iarraid neich rancatar a leas, ┐ conícfaidis a s.¤ `but which they could have done without', Laws iii 510.y . muna [ḟ]uair a s.¤ cen a badudad (sic), v 492.y Comm . gin caomachtain s.¤ no fastaigh, O'C. 1769 ( 23 Q 6, p. 37a ). Flaithbertach . . . ba liach a sechnad to omit him, Rawl. 137a56 . ba diḟulaing do secna na hingine ar med a serce lais, BB 438a16 . iar n-a sheachnadh do Mhaol- sheachlainn . . . dul leis annsa chath, Ériu i 86.25 . ni roibi s.¤ na sligedh-sin aigi `avoiding', ZCP vi 35.30 . do recht fen do s.¤ ┐ baistedh do gabail cugat, Fier. 26 . bai aici-seom a s.¤ ┐ a imdegail fair (i.e. the gae bulga), TBC p. 437 n. 7 . do sec[h]na eimealtais `to avoid tediousness', CS 2.4 . oc s.¤ gnúsi Dé tria bith sír `separated for evermore from the face of God', PH 8317 . seachna phene, Lism. L. 3862 . go ndeachaidh an tsleagh gan tṡeachna `passed unerringly', ML 88.21 . mairg danab sódh seachna a uird, DDána 38.32 . do sheachna ar neach níor dhú dhamh | muna bheath tú dom thréagadh to abandon you for any other, 101.37 . do mheas mé ar mhalairt cceirde | seachna na ngréas ngaoidheilge I have decided to abstain from . . ., KM Misc. 242 § 3 . dobhir Criosd do chionn a seachna | síoth dhamh ina ndearna mé `C. grants me pardon of my sins on condition of abandoning them', Dán Dé x 12 . ro buí ag s.¤ in righ do marbhadh, St. Ercuil 1009 . atá sinn ó sin i le | dá ṡeachna ón chrích go 'chéile, TD 15.8 . an biádh do sheachna, 1 Tim. iv 3 . ar chéill ar chneastacht ar sheachnadh táir- mhiana, Keat. Poems 1471 . ag seachnadh gach maitheasa is mianghus dáibh doing without, Hackett xvii 14 . ar feadh laétheadh a sheachanta (the days of his separation), Num. vi 4 . ? To this: dorat Tethba don tír thúaid, | ná bad s.¤ dia sár- búaid, | a comainm clethach, Met. Dinds. iv 230.2 (`let there be no slighting of her excellence'). ? Also: gidh í no bheith ’na sheachna 'even if she should abandon him' Ériu xxi 106 § 6 .

(b) S.¤ (AR) act of guarding, shielding (against), withholding (from): menip áil mo ṡ.¤ ar éc, IT i 160.z (Oss. Poems II) = Met. Dinds. iv 324.12 . tabair dot úid do sh.¤ co glan for in olc-sa, PH 7447 . ar Breifneachaibh . . . | da s.¤ ar fheircc an Dulimh . . . | as breithemh Maodocc, BNnÉ 262.18 . ceo an bheatha . . . | dom sheachna ar an gconair gcóir, A. Ó Dálaigh vi 6 . d'ár seachna féin i n-uaigneas, 23 F 1, p. 59 . iád féin do ṡeachna ar thrúaillighthibh na niomhaigheadh, Acts xv 20 . ? To this: cen sechnad (sechrad, MS.) slan sil Adaim, SR 642 . Cf. 674 .

sechnach

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x see sethnach.