ségantus

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n [u,m.] (séganta) skill, ingenuity : déna segantus briathar friu dús in sechendais dún ind oighthi speak to them cleverly, Hib. Min. 65.z .

ségda

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adj (? -e-) io, iā

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(a) lucky, happy, fortunate, favourable, propitious : `ní segda dam' ol Eogan, `dubenat mu bráithir imm ainech mu étchi' I am unfortunate, Trip.² 1765 . ni segda dúnn namma na fil lestrae linn but unfortunately we have no vessels, Ir. Texts i 7 § 23 . ní segda ar cor ol si amser chomperta damsa inso, LU 1655 . ní s.¤ . . . in leth donroacht dind imirgi, 5397 (TBC). segdai ratha fil ar Lagnib | . . . | ratha retland rath escai | ┐ grene, LL 36a38 . `bidh marb Dond', for se, `┐ ní seghdha dund congbail im athgabail an ghalair. Ar día ructhar Dond i tír, bíaidh an galar-sa co brath a nErinn' `it were not lucky', Met. Dinds. iv 310.22 . ni segdo dunn or in Dagdo na cumcem do socht, RC iii 346.1 . ba segda in fectus diar gonad in fer, RC v 203 § 26 .

(b) hence in more general sense of pleasing, fine, goodly : segdaib suilib sellglassaib, IT i 69 n. 4 ( Lg. 4 , YBL; ségdaib, LL; segaib Eg.). seng cach sēgdæ, Corm. Y 1171 . con ḟacca in mnái, mín a dath, | segda, suaichnid, sochrutach, SR 1068 (of Eve). dá chlar dec ségdai (: ērgna), 4232 . cach súi segda slán, 7441 (: ērgna). segda cairptech docing rot, LU 3798 ( SC 37 ). maccōem tuchtach . . . co clesaib sēgdaib, TBC² 1180 . it ségdai ┐ it áildi na cáera, TBFr. 227 . Colum Cille . . . | clerech segda soidhelbha, BCC 355 d (394.2) . seaghdha .i. ealadhanta `learned', O'Cl.

In chevilles: segde chlú `fair the fame', Thes. ii 292.20 ( Ml. Poems II 7 ). segda máin, LL 168az . segdo in dail, Ir. Texts i 54 § 16 .

Adv. finnaid úaim, co ségda suairc, | aní dia n-abar Slíab Fúait, Met. Dinds. iv 166.1 . do-ronsat na hingena éladna inganta co ségdu saethrach, PH 898 = segmar, ZCP xiv 149.11 . gebh in tsaltair mbic . . . | a fuil innti gu segda | cuir dom meabair is dena, Ériu xi 199.13 .

II As subst. io

(a) favourable circumstances : dia mert a ben Coinrói, | ba holc in gnīm dogēni, | sech nī thērna hi sēgdu `unscathed', ZCP iii 42.11 . a Chríst ní sccérmais hi seghdha | manbadh Fiachra `in happiness', FM ii 756.20 .

? To this: (b) a kind of metre: segda, IT iii 16 § 37 ; 44 § 62 ; cf. 154 § 44 . caide dethbir etir soss ┐ segda ┐ aircetul. Nī: aensillab i sos. . . . Da sillaib i segdha, 104 - 5 § 206 , § 207 . forber cach ái dib sem [sc. grad filed] sec alaile i nimud sóis et segda, cenmotha fidu ┐ deachu ┐ remend ┐ rl., 6.4 . fer doni segdu (glossed: dan oglachuis) et occlachus, Fen. 310.18 . rann (.i. sedha), Ériu xxxii 84 (The Caldron of Poesy) . ? To this: sēgdae .i. cosmail fri sēigh é ar a fēige ┐ ar a glicus ┐ ar a gabāilchi, Corm. Y 1165 .

ségdacht

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n ā,f. (ségda) pleasing quality, pleasureableness : ara binnus ┐ ara segdacht la cach, IT iii 27.22 . gnai [.i.] s.¤ , Eg. Gl. M. 17 .

ségdatu

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n [t,m.] charm, attractiveness : bid didiu mna mongbuidi isna huscidib ┐ as mor a seghatai (sic) ┐ bai dfebas a ndelba . . ., BB 497b19 .

segla?

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ind do thuill san eing an ealbha | ar chuirr sheaghla sheing Shadhbha, DDána 99.13 (`ar chiumhais uachtaraigh de bhrol- lach (cf. sedlach) a gúna').

segma?

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ind romairned co sír s.¤ | ar ainmed ríg ro-Themra, Met. Dinds. ii 68.43 (= LL 191b23 ; seghma, BB 359a22 ; seadma, YBL 445b7 ; seadhma, L. Uí Maine 148vb32 ). Muirgius muir dar buidni banba | badbda sluagh s.¤ (: medba) (badhba sloig ri s.¤, v.l.), IT iii 8 § 7 .

segmar

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x see sedmar.

ségnat

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n (séd) a small deer : segnat, Auraic. 5892 .

ségonn, ségainn

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Forms: sēgon, segunn, ségand, ségond, segunna, segonn, ségaind, seguind, ségainni, seguinni

n With soegond, BDD² 1297 , cf. saoghain, s.v. ségainn. (Lat. secundus, Pokorny, RC xxxiii 66 ). Cf. 1 ségainn. As o- stem: n s. sēgon, Corm. Y 1171 . segunn, SR 6065 . a s. ségand, LL 29b18 . ségond, LU 7757 . n pl. na segunna , Ériu v 26.y . g pl. segonn, RC xii 68 § 36 . With palatal final: n s. ségaind, Anecd. iii 12.25 . MU² 197 . seguind, TFerbe 613 . -ṡégain (: bélaib), Ériu iv 104 § 50 . n pl. ségainni, Triads 89 . seguinni, LL 29e3 = YBL 418e3 . See séguinn fem. IGT Decl. § 13 (66.7) .

a dexterous, skilled, accomplished or excellent person; a champion (applicable to one who is pre-eminent in any noble art) see Gwynn, Hermathena xlviii 148-9 : sēgon quasi sēgen .i. gen sēgdae, ab eo quod est seng cach sēgdae isin Dūil Feda Māir, Corm. Y 1171 . ba segunn séim as cech mud | ar chruth, ar chéil, ar choibliud (of David), SR 6065 (here and at TBFr. 123 below regarded as adj. by Pokorny ad loc. cit.). mairg íuras in n-orguin [cid, Ed.] fo bithin in trír sin, ar ní hilach im soegond ┐ is cendarraic (leg. cend fri carraic, Ed.) comruc friu, BDD² 1297 . cid na gonair . . . in ségond sa? `this magnificent fellow' (Gloss.), MU² 1019 . frithfolaidh Caisil fri hUaithniu . . . .i. ségonda uaidib. . . . Druith ┐ dorsaide o Chorco Modr[u]ad, Ir. Texts i 21 § 13 . atcota ségaind sáire (i.e. one who is pro- ficient at any art thereby attains to the status of a free man), Anecd. iii 12.25 . cach rí cona rígain, cach fer cíuil cona chomadas, cach ségaind cona banshégaind, MU² 197 - 8 . Cf. Collai os . . . issí os banṡegainn ron-alt, Cóir Anm. 142 . anait dint shenmaim iar sain issind rígthaig. `Is ségond dofánic' ol Fergus, TBFr. 123 . sīnidh mo p[h]enn beg brāenach | tar aonach lebar līgoll | gan sgor fri selba sēgann, ZCP xiii 8.13 . ropat ségaind airechta thou wert the outstanding person in an assembly, TFerbe 282 . na fileada ┐ na segunna ┐ na druthu, Ériu v 26.y . cona bad segond dia mbrised an og (an egg had been placed under the cushion of his chair), 28.12 . ni co lotar dno a comromai a segonn `to the contests of their athletes', RC xii 68 § 36 . Frequently of a chief: tiagat techta uainn co nAedh | ráidhid risin segainn saer, Acall. 1984 . ar flaith, ar séghaind, ar sái, 2533 . glédonn th'aobh . . . | bat s.¤ saor, a Suibhne, Buile Ṡ. 58.20 . sēgoind (.i. ealadnach) ar reb (.i. cles), ZCP v 485 § 4 (B. na f.). mallacht ort ┐ fiche | dam nár chuimirc an séaghann, Measgra D. 66.46 (the poet addressing Death, after the death of his son). seagainn soineamhail amhail Mhongán mac Fiachna, FM ii 1122.15 .

segtar

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ind `der studierende Dichter' (?) ( IT iii Index p. 582 ): sénnatha segtair (-dair, v.l.), IT iii 31.24 . See ib. p. 115 .

seib

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n (Lat. faba, see Thurn. Gramm. § 921 ) g s. sepe. a bean, beans (collect.): puls .i. soib ł ithi ł moet, ÉC xi 114 (Paris Latin 10290 15 b 8) . s.¤ gl. faba, Sg. 73a5 . graindi sebe do fir midboth 'a bean for a fer midboth ' Bretha 22 § 2 . sepe no seibe .i. ponaire, ut est gra[n]ne sepe do ḟir midhba, O'Dav. 1476 . fon roid ┐ glaisīne ┐ sep `dye-stuff or woad or beans', Cáin Ad. 52 (? but see rather sep, EIF 264 ).