séd, ség

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Forms: sétha, ségu, sed, segh, sedh

n (quantity of vowel uncertain, see Vendryes RC xxxv 86 , LEIA S-67-68 ) g s. sétha, LU 1274 (H). ? séig, SR 2869 . a p. ségu, Thr. Ir. Gl. 41 . g p. sed, Auraic. 1227 = segh, 4537 . sedh, Laws v 194.17 Comm .

a deer : sēg (séd, ség, v.ll.) .i. oss allaid. Unde dicitur sēguinidh .i. fer gonas ossae, Corm. Y 1168 . sed .i. os .i. agh allaid, Cóir Anm. 142 . don thi bis ac guin na sedh, na n-aidhe, Laws v 194.17 Comm . ? dia breith for set (sic) .i. dia leca[d] risin adh allaid, ib. 18 (`path'). ? To this: is me dorigni in seilgc séig | forsin chétna leirg don tsléib, SR 2869 . basa thoisechsa do almaib Herend . . . o ro bá i rricht sétha, LU 1274 . Niadh Séghamain .i. is ségh a maín, ar is cuma nó blighthea bai ┐ eillti fon aenchumai cach día ré linn, Cóir Anm. 26 . sét ┐ clossach duo nomina cerui , LL 14 marg . la tricha segh (.i. os) lurganda, Auraic. 4537 .

Compd. ? ¤graig a herd of deer : ran-íurussa im chét n-each mbúada hi sedgregaib oss, BDD² 275 . .x. soda soleicdi asa slabraduib . . . hi se[d]gregaib (sedgregha, v.l.) oss, Ériu ii 3.15 .

séda

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adj io, iā (sé) ?

(a) sixfold, pertaining to the number six : huare is haram foirbthe ind aram séde, Thes. ii 31.26 ( Bvn. 1a2 ). numir seda autem in creaturis quia sex diebus factae sunt , Lib. Hymn. 65.1 . cuin is séda [in comraiti]?, Laws iii 94.8 . cuin is seda [in bethe-luis-nin]? when is the alphabet sixfold?, Auraic. 2874 . in umir séda, Aisl. MC 51.1 .

(b) as subst. io,n. six things, a hexad : seda naidbreda silledh ┐ imraduga reamud ┐ lamugadh, cron ┐ breth (i.e. six things that pertain to a suit), O'D. 1631 ( H. 5.15, p. 17a ). conagar dno isin aip[g]itir bunad o aen, ┐ airic o deda . . . a moradh a seda, a fogail a sechta, a riagail fri ochta `its amplifying from six', Auraic. 1021 .

sedach

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adj o, ā (? 1 sed): dochím go gar séimh seadhach (docím co seigh séim, v.l.) attentively (?), Met. Gl. 27 § 37 . adubairt co seghach in slatbile ` ingeniously ', Caithr. Thoirdh. 107.32 . Cf. seadhach ` sensible, courteous ', O'R. (who may depend on Met. Gl.).

sedad?

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ind do seadad a mbi logos , Auraic. p. 4 n .

sedait

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x see saidid.

sedal

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x see selat.

sede

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x see side.

sédguine

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n io,m. (séd + guine)a deer-slayer (deer-slaying?): atā cara . . . | dam-sa for maig Laigen lir, | sēgguine seng `Hirscherleger', Bruchst. 165 (seguine, sedghuineach, sedgumed, v.ll.) = ségduine, IT iii 22.2 . in aithne con do sedhguine .i. [in] chu so ro herbad do muna[d] `the deposit of a hound with a huntsman. This is a hound that was given in charge to be taught', Laws v 194.20 = sedhguinecht, 190.19 . = do sed- guiniu .i. inti bis a guin na segh n-alladh .i. osaire .i. ag munad seilge do, SM Facs. 55b19 . dusnic dím . . . feiss sūadh feiss drūadh feiss cerda feiss cuthchoire feiss corrguine feiss sēdhguine feiss cech duine bí doní olc . . . frim chorp ┐ mh'anmuin, ZCP vi 258.20 . sēguinidh .i. fer gonas ossae, Corm. Y 1168 (sédguine, séghuinech, v.ll.). Colla oss . . . oss .i. seguinech é .i. oiss alta ro geoghnadh, SG ii 462.42 = oss-sédguine é, Cóir Anm. 142 . Collae Oss, ronalt oss sēguine (? leg. oss-sēguine), ZCP viii 319.16 (Laud Gen.). seguinni: —muc formuin doib `huntsmen:—a pig's shoulder for them', Petrie Tara 182.1 ( YBL 418e3 = LL 29e3 ).

? To this in nn. loc. hi tulaig na segainne (: glé), Met. Dinds. iii 102.32 . is e tadall seguinne | aít i fera célide, LL 116 marg. sup.

sédguinech

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sédguinecht

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n [ā,f.] (sédguine) deer-slaying (?): secht n-aithne la Feine na dlegat a taisic . . . aithne con do sedhguinecht dia breith for set, Laws v 190.19 (`a deposit of a hound with a huntsman to take on a path'). ? To this: milaideacht, gaib- neacht, ngibae, sreghuindeacht (? leg. seg-), ronnaireacht (a list in the Dānogam) `deer-stalking', Auraic. 5801 .