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.

1 ség

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x see séd.

2 ség

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x see 1 séig.

segach

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x see sedach.

? ségach

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n `séghach' (segham, v.l.) is `cadhla' gabhar, Met. Gl. 12 § 17 . Stokes, ib. 107 asks `is it a mistake for sighach wolf , O'Dav. 117 ?' (i.e. Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 117 . O'Dav. 1473 has sídhach). seaghach `a he-goat ', O'R.

segaid

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x see 1 saigid.

1 ségainn

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Forms: segundo, saoghain

i (Lat. secundus, Pokorny, RC xxxiii 66 - 67 who re- gards the adj. as the earlier form, and the substantive ségonn (q.v.) as a later derivative from it. Gwynn, Hermathena xlviii 148 - 9 , considers the adj. to be a derivative of the substantive). Orig. prob. o, ā, cf. compar. segundo, LU 5174 . With single -n: shéaghain (: fhéaghain), Hackett liii 15 . With non-palatal initial: saoghain, Ó Bruad. i 52.10 . 23 B 37, 18 (cf. soegand, s.v. ségonn).

dexterous, skilful, accomplished, excellent, pre-eminent : is a mbéo beres a n-as béodu ┐ a n-as segundo, LU 5174 . cia beth a sluag sedoind slang | um sreta findo ficeall, ZCP xiii 260.1 . in colpa ségaind seasmach, Ériu iv 218 § 24 . in t-óclach ségaind subach, Acall. 5347 . ni rabha i n-Eirinn uile budh gribhdhu no budh seghaine inás, RC xxiv 44 § 3 . óir asat fer seguinn fochuidbithe is cóir do chur isin chorn gumad coimdes duit in lionn d'ól umat do gach leith, SG 240.24 (to Eisirt). ? dár ab ainm segainni (? leg. ségainn), sainigthi, slúagberla saer Eabraidi, sabstindrus, MR 236.21 (of the north wind) = danab segainm samhaigthi, LL 410b23 . fearr iná tuile tuirse | guidhe ar an seang séaghainn-se (the poet speaks of his dead son), DDána 65.12 . ro buí si seda segaind suilbir soghradach `graceful (?)', St. Ercuil 509 . san mhíonbhrugh ṡíthe ṡéagh- uinn, TD 28.42 . a bharr síodhamhail séaghainn `accom- plished', 21.1 . ní bhfuil san gcruth shéaghonn shuairc, | acht cloidheamh luaidhe i dtruaill óir, Dánfhocail 193 .

As subst. trí ségainni Hérenn; fáthrann, adbann a cruit, berrad aigthe three things for which Ireland is pre-eminent, Triads 89 .

Compds. ¤ḟíal `generous and gifted': an saor séaghuinnḟial, TD 23.1 . ¤gel: Peadar comharba an Choimdheadh | bíodh leam an seang séaghainngheal, DDána 54.29 . a chruth séaghoinngheal, TD 14.37 . ¤glan: an saor séaghonnghlan, Aithd. D. 76.8 . ¤graig: a fine herd of horses : slata sróil a séghuinnghreadh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 94.16 .

2 ségainn

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segais

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n i,f. ? orig. n.loc. the name of a well or spring, `forêt' (Vendryes, RC xxxv 85 - 86 , q.v.): n s. tobur atā thall 'sa lios | . . . | is dearbh . . . | gurab ī sin an t[s]eaghais, Feis TC 1372 . dar seghais Sleibhi Fúaid `the wooded brow', Buile Ṡ. 120.9 . for Segais (.i. ainm tibraiti) i sīgaib, Anecd. v 25.7 (Caldron of Poesy). See Hog. Onom. toasgadh segsa (name of a metre), IT iii 102.22 .

segamail

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adj i (1 seg) lactiferous, milk-producing : segamail .i. lacht (rectius lachtmar), ut est misir bu (.i.) (see Ériu xiii 41.30 ) ara segamlu .i. ar mét a lachta, O'Dav. 1442 . ben Fhind mic Regamain raignig | s.¤ sadbir a sét, RC xlvii 302.8 .