2 sedlach

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adj (? 1 sed) vigorous (?): dosrengad slad an sluagh s.¤ (: glegrach), Anecd. i 59 § 73 (ICM). cotarith lūath | Lugaid fri seng s.¤ | rōë dar fot[h]re | fortach fri Sedrach, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40 § 9 . lotar fon fairggi fograig | d'immarbaig snáma sedlaig, Met. Dinds. iii 106.34 . s.¤ sīl Flaind, Ériu xvii 48 § 51 . écét con seingbla seol- (leg. s.¤), ZCP xiii 276 § 3 , Ériu xvii 51 . aluind lat in graid s.¤, ZCP xiii 264 § 5 . feoil serrac s.¤ srianach, 278 § 10 . cath suairc Sithbe seaglach, Lec. 221 va 26 , Ériu xvii 51 .

sedlaid

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v ā catches, captures, seizes (?): indles fodesin a chois i suidiu (sc. in a trap) duus in bad doith, coro sedlad buinde a sliasta ┐ a da dóit inde, Dinds. 93 ( RC xvi 44 ) (`were frac- tured (?)'). rocúrad rosedlad se, | rodedlad fri doenmige, Met. Dinds. ii 68.45 (`he was maimed'). sedlais (selais, seglais, v.ll.) co sóeb iar saine | Crimthand Cóel mac Criblaige `Find caught him treacherously apart', iii 250.123 .

sedlaing

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n a s. ? By-form of 1 sedlach: [co tarrla in tṡleg] dar sedhlaing a leined ┐ tar brollach a inair, Acall. 6942 v.l. tar ségh[l]aind a inair ┐ tar brotlach a léned, 1810 v.l. ? To this: sluaig na sedlaṅg setfadach the hosts (of creatures) with snorting gills (?), SR 8111 .

sedmar, segmar

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adj o, ā (1 sed)

(a) strong, vigorous : Clanna Néill na sleg sedhmhar, Hy Fiachr. 252.18 (`expert'). amhail theid sruth seaghmar sestanach tar chladhaibh, CF 807 . ba segmur fri furtacht deblen De, RC xii 336 § 26 . sluagha seghmura sírcalma na Lobeine, ZCP vi 67.22 . dorōnnadar elad[n]a ingantach co segmar saethrach, xiv 149.11 = co ségdu, PH 898 . aga síorbhualadh do buillibh sanntacha sedmara, Comp. Con C. 127.19 . gasraidhi greanmara grodgnimacha . . . ┐ saichi seghmar sarcalma, St. Ercuil 1063 . le soigdib srubgera seghmura, ZCP vi 46.27 (`skilfully made'). do toguib . . . in susta segmar seiniaraind, St. Ercuil 1560 . a crichaibh segh- mura sobreagha Saxan, ZCP vi 68.30 (`noble').

(b) attentive, careful : ní foláir dhúinn bheith seadhmhar ré saothrughadh na subháilceadh, TSh. 1810 . sé go neimh- sheadhmhar anocht | ar gceileabhradh dá chalmacht, DDána 67.19 . `seaghmhar, curious, ingenious, crafty, cunning', O'R. ? To this: senchus . . . | fis sedmar na saer-lindi worthy of attention (?), Met. Dinds. iii 346.108 (`precious').

sedras

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n (= Lat. cedrus): Seadras is é a hainm (of the Holy Cross), PBocht 5.2 .

sefainn

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x see seinnid.

sefnad

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[u,m.] Mid.Ir. vn. of seinnid (see seinm) based on pret. stem: robi ic s.¤ ┐ ic sírseinm a cruiti, Acall. 625 v.l. 7448 . Cf. sepnad.

seftinórda

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n (Lat. septēnārius) septenary : an uimir seftinorda .i. an uimhir sechta, O'C. 970 ( H. 3.18, p. 416 ).

1 seg

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n (for quantity of vowel see segamail, segamlae) milk : sēg (séig, v.l.) didiu .i. blicht, Corm. Y 1135 (s.v. sēgamla) = séig, Corm. p. 40 . segh .i. lacht, O'C. 2075 ( H. 4.22, p. 67c ). segh .i. bliocht, O'Cl.

2 seg

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n a seal : seag .i. rón, O'C. 1488 ( H. 3.18, p. 663b ). seag .i. ron, Lec. Gl. 166 .

3 seg

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x see 1 sed.