sechnad

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sechnaid

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Forms: sechón-

v ā (sechna) fut. stem sechón-.

Trans. (a) avoids, evades, abstains from, omits, neglects to: saith sechnais beoil, LU 914 ( ACC 73 ) = sechrais, RC xx 262 § 73 (sechnus, v.l.) (`he shunned his mouth's sufficiency'). not sechnaimsea (sic MS.) a ben amal sechnas cách a chárait I avoid (striking) thee, LU 3897 ( SC 41 , rhetoric). derb ro sechnus drem na llethríg ciabtar lānfir `I have omitted', Arch. Hib. ii 50 § 32 = LL 182a17 . sechain in fid fann | na loisc in call caem, SG 245.27 . nach forcraid no sechna do dīles praind . . . tabair . . . do bochtaib that you abstain from of your due allowance, ZCP iii 30.1 . dosechain B. in builli `avoided the blow', vi 294.8 . boi oireacht ar a chenn gur ró ṡeachnattar é, TBC p. 907 n. 3 . na seachain an cath, ML 102.22 . seachnaidh bhar dtuargain, 34.3 = sguiridh bar tuarcuin, ML² 433 . sechain . . . beth ic fédmandus do'n diabul, PH 7709 . da sech- nait a n-adhlacadh im' ecclais if they give up being buried, BNnÉ 266 § 233 . trí fódain nac[h] sechainter . . . fód a gheine . . ., 236 § 159 . díomus fá sechóntái féin biad, SG 40.29 . a chur . . . ar sligid nach seithénadh ┐ a marbad, TTebe 893 (sechenudh, v.l.). atá ag an óigh iúl na sligheadh | dá seachna an Coimdhe cur linn, DDána 30.10 . mairg ler seachnadh saidhbhreas grás | ar threibh bhoicht i mbí dólás, 35.9 . Seith rer seachnadh móid by whom anger was avoided (?), 41.16 . seachnaidh súil ní nách faiceann, Dánta Gr. 84.1 . noch seachnaid anos ar litribh tīre ele which they now avoid in favour of . . ., Celtica i 97.292 . secnaidh annsin eclipsis da tuismeadh `it avoids producing an eclipse', Ir. Astr. Tr. 100.12 . seachaintear na tortha annsan fhodmur, RSláinte 4736 . ní sechnaid ben ar doman acht a máthair nó a ndeirbsiúr, Maund. 214 . nír sheachain ní budh ní dheit `he shirked naught of service to Thee', PBocht 20.6 . mairg fuair go seachónadh sibh | ar choicéadaibh chuain Ṡligigh | . . . | sein Teamhraigh `alas if anyone found that for the cocket of Sligo Bay thou wouldst abandon ancient Tara', TD 1.51 . dul isteach dá seachnadh sinn `if I fail to enter', A. Ó Dálaigh xxx 15 . na hoibrecha . . . tré sechóntá na pianta-sa, MacAingil 331.3 . seachnaim aoibhneas, bím ar nuall-ghol, Keat. Poems 1427 . do thaobh an bhídh do sheachnamuid-ne `the meats we abstain from', Donlevy 118.y .

(b) guards, shields (against, ar); withholds (from, FOR, later AR): doṡeachain é féin aran mbuille sin, Ériu v 180.317 . seachain mo ghnúis ar bhaos ban, DDána 22.19 . sechnam go maith é ar éigin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 44.20 . seachnaidh sibh fein ar ghenntlighecht na muintire ut, Smaointe B. Chr. 2749 . sech- naidh ar imresan ┐ ar drochaislingib é, Maund. 139 . ? To this: tíagsa for cath coí | mór bas bath dom ré | ar cach lá i tú i crí | nad sechna tol Dé that the will of God does not guard it (?), LU 9958 . Sīl Sogain ar nār seachnadh against whom no protection availed (?), ZCP viii 226 § 16 . nach fogain in áine in uair shechaintear biad fort fasting profits not when food is withheld from thee, SG 40.27 . do seachnadh orra an t-iul gnáth, PBocht 26.7 . ? To this: sets apart, distinguishes (from, DI): it iat na hocht litri sechnait in Gaidilc dona haipgitrib aile, Auraic. 4014 .

(c) yields, gives way (to, do): nách n-aidche aile bas áil dúib . . . roborficba ┐ sechnaid innocht duind yield this night (read- ing in nocht) to us (?), LU 6834 (BDD). rosechain diuice na P. in cathlathair do Sir H., ZCP vi 41.27 . Mac Raghnailte . . . | gabhais fearg an bhflaithfhéinnidh | mar nar seachnadh uaim don fhior | cluain a eachradh nó a áirgheadh, DDána 82.10 . an tan teaguimh connsuine édtrom a ndíaigh shínidh ghirr re huchd connsuine ghairbh no .s. as éidir a bheith gearr no a chur go síneadh mheadhónach, muna sheachantur do dhá phríomhlochd na Gáoidheilge é, mur atá neimhtheachd céille no seirbhe ráidh, IGT Introd. § 145 . fear nach seachnann bealach do shluaghaibh, Keat. Poems 1443 .

(d) With prep. sech, goes past (?): seachnadh seach ifreann ngarbh ngrod | go port na n-apstal, ZCP vi 270 § 15 .

sechnam

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? sechnasach

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ind liberrn laegaire lainnib ceolaib | gairthius fo secnusach (? leg. Sechnusaig) seolaib, IT iii 31.5 (fó sechnasach séolaib, v.l.). sam eathrach .i. is cosmail fri samrud sechnusach no a sé a cosmuiles sam a mbit eathair Sechnasach is like summer (?), O'D. 1213 ( H. 2.15, p. 84a ).

sechnón

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Forms: sethnón, sethnu, sechnóin

prep. and adv. Earlier sethnón, originally sethnu. See Thurneysen, ZCP xii 287 and O'Brien, Ériu xi 171 . In later language freq. sechnóin. Lenites in Mod.Ir.: seachnóin fhásaigh an tsaoghail, TSh. 2523 . seachnóin chláir eadhloinn, O'Don. Suppl. (c. 1660).

throughout (expressing movement or position).

I As prep. folld. by gen.: sechnōn (sethno, v.l.) Ērenn, Corm. Y p. 93.z (s.v. prull). sethnón na móna, LU 5170 . cach sathe díib rogab crūib | sethnu hĒrend, ZCP viii 308.20 (Laud Gen.). conid de sin atát na trenae samna s.¤ na hErend, LU 3227 (H, SC 1 ). sethnu in taige, TBFr. 141 . cethri ┐ chet mili | do charptib sethnón in tíre, Rawl. 79a43 . bentoi sethnu a chinn do Briccriu cona durn co lotur na cuic fir fichilli . . . hi cenn mB., RC x 226.177 . tēit . . . s.¤ in dūine uile, RC vi 175.41 . ar febus . . . in tṡída . . . fil sethnu na Hérind, BDD² 608 (YBL) = sechnon, LU 7020 . rasfaídset techta úadib far cach leth sechnó na gréci, LL 232a2 ( TTr. 1083 ). is mí sechnon Erenn, Laws i 224.2 Comm . cech cath mor tuc h'athair riamh, | seachnón Erenn, MR 44.10 . ba rogha leo a mbadh[adh?] sechnon in mara nā . . ., St. Ercuil 1580 . seachnon .i. timceall, Lec. Gl. 282 . seachnon .i. timchillad, 440 .

II Later also as adv.: tormach saethair hi trib corgusaib na bliadna . . . Erlatu ┐ umaldoit doib sechnon. Techt . . . (? sic leg.) at all times, Ériu vii 140 § 4 . forsna sechedaib imme s.¤ , Aisl. MC 47.11 . roimthig P. reime sechnon la hinsorchugad ind escca, D iv 2, 73rb26 .

sechrad

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sechrais

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? sechrait, ? secrait

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n sechraid .i. salchar, ut est, sechrait cach dana do dan a dergscaileda ` filth ', O'Dav. 1449 . seacrait .i. salchar, ut est, secrait gach dana, O'C. 966 ( H. 3.18, p. 416 ). seachraith .i. salchar, O'Cl. = Lat. secretio, Wi. s.v. sechraid.

sechrán

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n o,m. cf. sech, sechna, sechnaid and see LEIA S-66 .

(a) lit. a straying, a wandering from the proper course : trian naithgina a sillacht sechrain a crud comhcesa `for looking on at the stray cattle of the neighbourhood', Laws i 272.y Comm . ata seachran mor for cumscugudh . . . na rend, CCath. 1009 . go nach deachaidh neach re siúbhal . . . na re s.¤ , ML 88.31 . s.¤ gl. deuia, Ir. Gl. 131 . do cuaidh seachrán ecin ar eochrachuibh na ndoirrsech, BCC 296 (316.33) . Sechran clerech C.C. (the name of a tale), 355 (400.z) .

(b) fig. an error, aberration, delusion; an erroneous course; very freq. in sense of a straying from the true faith: ro-fás ceist . . . accu don chru ┐ don usce tanic a sliss himaigine Crist, ┐ bui sechran adbul ┐ buaidred dermair accu . . . imme- sin, PH 10 . gurbh e Eōin do impo iat ō arrait ┐ ō ṡechrān, ZCP xiii 184.14 . da mbia seacran ar in liaigh ┐ ar fritalamh an otair, RC xlix 33.1 . gorab e secran ┐ easbaigh eagna tuc an baramail sin da tobairt, Ir. Astr. Tr. 30.5 . an mhichiall no seachrán na cuimhne, 23 K 42, 13.9 . isiatt a buada sidhe ni bi buaidredh na secran comairle ar in ti o nimchuirther, D iv 2, 44d17 . tairngther an t-anam gradhach o slighi in dímhainis ┐ an tsheachrain, Smaointe B. Chr. 27 . is mor an secran do mnai torruigh moran do tortuibh do caithim, Rosa Ang. 284.1 . as bréag fhollas, ┐ as seachrán, a rádh go ccosnaid creideamh Críostt, Desid. 3775 . do rinne seachran ag sgri- bhadh, Reg. San. p. 22.6 . o n-a sheachran credim (viz. Pro- testantism), AU iii 608.4 . seachrán do chumadar féin (of Luther and Calvin), Desid. 4318 . an seachrán atá orra ón Eagluis chóir, 4320 . an dara seachrán .i. admháil go bhfuil an tanam domharbhtha, TSh. 4319 . annró, seachrán, fadh- ban, raon, fá thuairim `.i. tossing, persecution', Eg. Gl. 24 .

(c) med. lack of coordination : fedaidh an aicid sin techt o tri nethib .i. o ainmes an leagha . . . no seacran do beith etir na brighaib, RC xlix 32.z . adeir Galenus da mbia an brigh innarbtach nadurdha ┐ in brigh ainmidhi maille secran oibrighthi co fedtar an bas d'fagbail on tsechran sin, 33.6 - 7 .

(d) for (later ar) s.¤ astray : trian naithgina isin mil atcithur for sechran itir chomaithe muna hinnestur, Laws ii 58.13 Comm . trian n-aithgina air, ana faicsin ar sechran, v 330.11 Comm . conos rala in muir for sechran fri ré bliadna co lleith, LU 1279 (H). ┐ siat for sechrān i coimtinōlaib ┐ a n-oirechtaib, Arch. iii 225.2 . in óigrecht-sa . . . do beth for s.¤ ona hóigrib dílsi, PH 7787 . ar sechran sechnon na cailli, TTebe 1762 . sé ar seachrán re trí tráthaibh (of Our Lord's being lost in Jeru- salem), DDána 16.3 . tiocfaid leabhair bhreca tar sál | chuir- fess cach uile ar s.¤ , Ir. Texts iv 77 § 32 . dá ndeachadh an Eaglas Chatoilice ar seachrán san chreideamh, Desid. 4095 . a cor ar seachrán ó fhírinne an chreidimh, 4103 . do chuir- feadh air seachrán sinn ann ar n-urnaigh `might distract us', Donlevy 358.25 . ar seachrán creidimh `astray from the faith', 366.18 .

(e) attrib. g s. deluding, misleading : rádh seachráin a mis- leading statement, PBocht 1.36 . fiabrus seachráin (febres erra- ticae), 23 K 42, 36.20 . ó ainmhiánuibh seachráin, Eph. iv 22 . an tan smuainim ar an siabhradh seachráin lé bhfuilid ag breith an phobuil . . . gu hifriond, Desid. 3849 . mar is mian le lucht seachráin a chur a gcéill, Donlevy 366.9 .

sechránach

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adj o, ā (sechrán)

(a) wandering, straying : ina saeb- shluagaib . . . seachranacha . . . ar sír-ṡiubal, MR 230.19 . asam suairrech seachránach, . . . ar an mbinn, Buile Ṡ. 76.19 . mar bis ac na retlannaib seacranacha, Ir. Astr. Tr. 132.10 . iomdha . . . | fialbhean . . . | aniodh seachránach mar sin, Maguires of F. § 100.39 . Adv. ag imtheacht chúm siobhaíl go seachránac úadhtha, CF Eg. 105 .

(b) causing to go astray, scattering : co tucsad sraonmhaoidhm sechranach forra `whom they totally defeated and dispersed', ALC i 312.16 . sraenmaidm sechranach do ben asta, Ann. Conn. 1401.26 . Cf. febris . . . erratica .i. fiabrus seachranach, 23 K 42, 177.5 .

(c) misleading, delusive; erroneous, misguided; heterodox : sretha siabairthi seachránacha, saebhfhorcetail na sean- druad, MR 190.3 . idir thalum an espaic si na breithri sech- rānaigi, ┐ . . ., ZCP xiii 180.38 . do chan int esbac seachrānach aifreann, 181.2 . gá fios an mairfeá a-márach? | a-tá an saoghal seachránach, DDána 53.25 . do mathair mísholasac[h] sec[h]ránach, Laud. 610, fo. 23d26 . gorab secranach ealadhan an baramail sin `that that theory is scientifically incorrect', Ir. Astr. Tr. 70.23 . as seacranach na raiti sin, 32.2 . aderim cuigi sin le hAuereoes gurub secranach an cuisle do lenmuin com anmund an totur a mistaken course, Rosa Ang. 30.22 . gach millteach . . . dá leanann da slighthibh saobha seachránacha (of heretics), TSh. 5012 . cruinniughadh seachranach breu- gach, Luc. Fid. 365.6 . Adv. adeirit drong go seachranach some erroneously say, Reg. San. p. 17.x . an sgrioptúir do thuigsin go claon, seachránach, Desid. 3786 .

sechránaigid, sechránaid

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v (sechrán) strays, goes astray, errs : gé do thuicsiubar uar recht ro ṡechranaigebar uad, LB 228b45 . is uime sin is coithcenn (sic) tshechranuighius in drong lerb áil cuisli do ligen those commonly err who . . ., Reg. San. p. 27.7 . seachrainughi brigh dileaghthach an gaili `it will pervert the power of digestion of the stomach', 18.31 . dā seachrānaidthear annsa regimen, RSláinte 112 . nach seachránuid an drong thionsgnas an tolc `do they not err', Prov. xiv 22 .