? 2 sechtugud

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vn. formation based on 1 secht. `making seven- fold, a heptad ' (Plummer MS. notes): inna exceptaide . . . is in techtugudh so, O'C. 1242 ( H. 3.18, p. 500 ) = isin secht so `in this heptad', Laws v 224.9 Comm .

séclae

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n in compd. gair-séclae (Lat. saeculum) shortness of life, a shortening of life : gaire .i. gair-seclae, .i. gair-rē .i. rē gair, Corm. Y 698 . conscescing in cess for intí nod goin nó a meth nó a garséle, LU 4961 . dligid cach gūbrethach garsēcli (gaire, garséle, gairsechla, v.ll.), ZCP xi 84 § 34h . ro gell ifern ┐ gar secli do gach duine no ṡarechad . . ., Fen. 166.15 . tugadh gar secle do daoinibh ar an muigh sin, Leb. Gab. 174 n. 1 . a glé- meth nó a gair-sécle (: dérge), Met. Dind. iii 230.64 (seighle, selge, v.ll.).

? secnach

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ind saigdi semneacha secnaca, BB 432a13 .

secnap

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Forms: tsecnap, secṅdapthib, secṅdapid

n t,m. (but g s. in tsecnap , Lism. L. 2559 ). (Lat. secundus abbas; cf. Welsh segynnab Celtica iii 223 ) the prior of a monastery (inferior in status to the abbot and apparently also to the airchinnech . On his position and duties see V.SS. Hib. cxvii f . ): secṅdapthib gl. actoribus, Wb. 19d2 . principes nó secṅdapid gl. gubernationes, 12b17 . leath catu caich dia mnai, no dia gormac, no dia rectairi, no dia ṡecnabaid `half of every one's dignity . . . to his prior', Laws v 70.25 (.i. i n-oirchindecht .i. i cill, ib. y Comm.). masa rech- taireda imda ro huirdned acun righ, no ṡecnabaid imda acun oircindeach, 74.10 Comm . is laisin s.¤ cuindrech na memor da reir, iii 36.21 Comm . secnab .i. secundab id est secundus abbas vel secundus abbati. vel secnab sequens abbatem , Thr. Ir. Gl. 40.18 = Corm. Y 1142 . in macclēirech, is ē ba hairchindech ┐ ba s.¤ , Ériu i 44.8 . ced is imgabt[h]ai do duine ettail? brīathra inglano, aggairbiu taithiscc, toirisem fri secnabaid, ZCP iii 449.y . airchinnech, a thānaise | s.¤, coic, cōir cert, | athc[h]omarcthid, ferdaigis, | frithṡecnap for fecht (the seven officers in a monastic settlement in order of rank), v 499 § 3 . ard-secnab Sil Muiredhaigh, CS 296.5 . Ruaidri mac Donnchadha, secundus abbas Cluana Iraird; tanaisi Abb Cluana muc Nois, 142.5 . maircc don abbadh thiocfus sunn, | 's don tseachnap bías na chumann, Ir. Texts iv 89 § 22 . secnab .i. prióir, Cluana mic Nóis, FM ii 792.11 .

secnapaidecht

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n [ā,f.] (secnap) the office of prior : dofaguibh do Cinel Conaill segnabuidheacht an baili cétna, Lism. L. 308.33 .

secnapóite

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n [? ,f.] (secnap) the office of prior : trí cáemnai Hérenn: abbdaine Lusca, ríge trí Cúalann, secnabbóite Arda Macha, Triads 46 . lais in cenn, lais in apaid a comus air i[n]ti bis a secnapoti re laim, Laws iii 36.23 Comm .

secretair(e)

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n (Eng. or Romance loan-word) a secretary : in secretari, Fl. Earls 44.18 . do lāthair secretāir in rīgh, 22.24 . n pl. secretairidhe na comhairle, Hugh Roe 272.y .

sectaire

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Forms: seactarí

n [io,m.] (based on Eng. sect) a sectarian, a schismatic : na seactarí , Luc. Fid. 296.16 . Cf. seict.

sectha

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Forms: secthai, seacda

part. of seccaid.

(a) stiffened, hardened, dried up; stiff, tough: a nandat secthi gl. durata (uasa), Ml. 18b3 . secthai gl. duratae (aquae), 93b6 . fíce secda brond `dry internal piles', Mon. Tall. 152.9 . seacda gl. filc, O'Dav. 819 . in chuirp mairb . . . secdha sithrighte, CCath. 4190 . iarann secda sit[h]rigin, 5243 . saland secda dry (?), ZCP iv 468 § 12 . slegha secda sithrig[ne] `tough', Ériu viii 30.28 . snechta secdha, Lism. L. 3666 . srotha secdha `frozen', 3659 . Adv. ac a cuibrech co secda `tightly', O'Dav. 489 .

Metaph. (b) stiff, stiff-necked : coltra .i. secda no slatrata, ut est is coltra fri imrisin .i. is secda no is slatrata ac ime fri son na firinne `stiff or bold', O'Dav. 460 . a charrac ar dúire . . . a thirimm thróg shecdai shendai (soul addressing body), PH 8270 . ? To this: maic Mileadh nir ṡeacdha in cland | for T.D.D., BB 44a41 . in cruas secda fil indat do pecadh ┐ dubail- chibh, D iv 2, 70rb38 . in crúas secdhai rodaingnigh diar tairgabalaib . . . i cridedhaibh sil Adaim, 40vb10 . ? To this: saenn[ṡ]ruth (leg. sainṡruth) sechta, Anecd. i 66 § 143 . Of the voice, hoarse (?): guth isel cruaid . . . gutai secda, IT ii2102.25 . Of lightning: saignena secta sithalta, BB 240a50 = secda, LB 118a39 .

(c) scant (?): foclucc .i. focli sec (sic leg.) .i. secda a dan ┐ s.¤ a logh, Laws v 26.28 Comm . (`hard').

1 sed, seg

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Forms: seadha

n m. g s. and n pl. seadha, IGT Decl. § 95 .

(a) strength, vigour : tracht .i. segh no nert, ut est rith tar tracht, O'C. 2078 ( H. 4.22, p. 67c ). ro benad a sedh . . . asa lámaib, SG 76.x . conā bí súg nō seag innte `sap nor strength', Aisl. MC 55.4 . co ndechaid ar seg asar suilib 'ga sith[sh]ellad, TTebe 2048 . ro sheacsat . . . a lamha ┐ ruccadh a sedh asta, conar bó calma gach duine dibh ina ben sheola, BNnÉ 27 § 22 . nach bīnn seadh an rēda noch tig ō nī nī as treisi nā in rēd fēin (i.e. that what is derived is not stronger than that from which it is derived), RC xlix 12.10 . seadh cairte ní chomhaill Gall, Aithd. D. 38.1 . corcair as bhuan seadh, 1.25 . fulang a ffaobhair slegh, sedh a samhthach, FM v 1628.6 . seadh .i. laidir, no laidirecht, O'Cl.

(b) an equal, equivalent : seadh do tuirind .i. is samhail do chruithnecht, ZCP v 488 § 8 (B. na f.). Cf. cumma ┐ sed ┐ samail a tri cuaich, BB 35a16 .

(c) heed, interest, regard, respect : san tsúil mhairbh ghlais mhuill | ná cuir suim ná seadh, DDána 8.5 . teirce a-cách an creideamh cóir, | beigsheadh ag cách san chanóin, 57.1 . gá seadh méad a iarrata | 's gur mó sa chách a chnuasach what does it signify?, 120.6 . an magh tadhaillse i dtá ar seadh `this passing world which I so love', Aithd. D. 50.35 . do chuir do sheadh na shēna | cor fher fhuil na aithmhéla, Ir. Texts ii 79 § 7 (of St. Peter). fuighle an airdríogh do b'é a sheadh `His words were ever Francis' care', PBocht 8.16 . nír chuir sin i seadh | nimh [dá bhear] na mbos `He heeded not the smart . . .', 5.21 . gach neimedh a nemhṡedh | is deiredh don doman, IGT Decl. ex. 392 . tug gach sáoi sedh san roighéig, ex. 1011 . cuiridh bean éduigh eile | seadh nar séduibh suirghine, ex. 819 . fer hé gan gléṡeadh 'na goin, IGT Verbs ex. 364 . ga seadh falta acht a bfráoch ruinn? `what matters any quarrel save their anger against us?', Ériu ix 167 § 37 . measaim nach raibhe seadh aige i seanchus Éireann do lorgaireacht, Keat. i 74.19 . na cuir beann, suim, spéis, seadh, ann `regard', Eg. Gl. 71 . cuirrinn 'mun ccraoibh shairghil go seadh | Uí laoigh Ailghin ó Ailghean esteemed, Ir. Texts iv 61.99 .

(d) ó ṡed in respect of, in regard to (?): gan bésa an tíri irroibe do dénum . . . ó shed cos ná lám ná chuirp, SG 48.24 .

Compds. ¤mín of mild strength : Sileas sruith segmín `venerable, strong, mild Silas', Gorm. July 13 . ¤réimm `a vigorous career': ailithrig ro fesser | da sesser co segreim (: helbeim), Dec. 23 .

2 sed

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x see ed.