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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Forms: sepe

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 ).

seic

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Mid.Ir. (? dialectal) form of the anaphoric enclitic pron. side. Very frequent in Laws Comm. Also sideic, saic. eirnid s.¤ ferta do denumh (gloss on ernidter ferta), BCrólige § 12 gl. 5 . is as gabur eisidec, `mad tuisled . . .', Laws i 60.3 Comm . aithrighe ar tresi do ni s.¤ , 56.z Comm . diren-se (text) .i. eirnid seisideic eneclann and, iv 200.6 Comm . a annscuithi na degha, ┐ é bhudhein na degha seig `after that', 264.10 Comm . na degha sidheig, 268.11 Comm . a tabairt s.¤ , ii 254.14 Comm . cethruime trin in lachta, da screpull eiseic that is, two screpalls, 240.12 Comm . dia ruca in flaith a rath annseic `in this case', 212.14 Comm . a tabairt 'n-a laim seic, v 124.y Comm . andsaic dariacht Fiacha . . . da ṡaigid, TBC 2962 . óenfher ina airenuch saic, MU² 721 . ga fascin seig do muintir C., Cog. 184.6 . is úaithi-seic (uaidhe sidhe, text) rofhuáitgestar in gaeth, RC x 92 n. 2 . rotinoil sideic na ciniuda, TTebe 1717 . ríu seig aderthái mic an talman, 1292 . tuitis an aghaid (= adhaig) fair; ba fúar ┐ ba dorcha iséic, BNnÉ 9 § 32 . is amlaid robai-seicc, Ann. Conn. 1225.9 . cathair oirdnidi . . . airdrī na Sairrisinech as ri fuirri-seic, Marco P. 6 .

seiceadúir

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n (Eng. or Romance loan-word) an executor (of a will): ar na seiceadúiribh nach díolann go cóir an leagáid fhágbhaid ré a tabhairt ar a n-anmaibh, TSh. 4646 . ní thabhair an droch-sheiceadúir uaidh acht cruithneacht chaoch, 4653 . do-níd fós seiceadúiridhe cuirp ┐ anma dá bpréaláidibh, 8684 .

seicgnímrad

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n o,m. (? 1 secc+gnímrad) In the first ex. appar- ently in the meaning utmost effort . In the second, perhaps a mistake for secainim, q.v.: ac tarraing a feadma ┐ a seicgnimraid astu (of ploughing oxen), Laws iii 268.17 (`perhaps only secc- in the sense of hard, firm', Laws Gl.). damna eich ro cennaig duine annsin ┐ comaith hi ┐ in log do rat dia cind, nocho nfuil tuilliud ris ┐ cid ferr he noco nuil a breith for cula .i. commaith na seoit i lo in cunnarta annsin, ┐ ata in darna set dib ar bisech o sin amach, ┐ ata in set aile ar doombisech, ┐ cemad ris dised menma in fir imuig diubairt dagra ann no in set d'athchur, ce no fasad sec gnimraid aige fein ann, noco cumaing uair ro bu commaith i lo in cundarta iad, O'C. 2031 ( H. 4.22, 55 ).

1 seiche, seithe

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Forms: seiche, seithe, seichedh

n t,f. seiche (seithi, v.l.), IGT Decl. § 7 . seithe, § 160 .

(a) the hide of an animal : croicend . . . gaimen. . . . Ainm coitc[h]end dōib siche, Corm. Y 242 . ōn nōi ōenṡeiched (i.e. a boat covered with one hide only), 229 . s.¤ gl. corium, Ir. Gl. 732 . codul .i. s.¤, ut est i curchán cen chodail .i. gin lethur uime .i. gin tṡeichid, O'Dav. 442 (gloss on Fél. Dec. 8 ). luid for muir hi curuch oenṡeichi, Trip.² 2633 . a dondúathróic . . . do formna cethri ndamseched ndartada, LU 6423 . in tseche i n-ecrus atcondarc fil iarna chúl. is í truaill a claidib insin, 7224 (BDD). seichida ┐ iarand ┐ saland (in a cargo), Laws iii 426.23 Comm . bo-s.¤ i coirtgead da ban-asa, ┐ dam-s.¤ i coirt- geadh da fer-asa `a cow-hide for (stripping off it) the barking of a pair of woman's shoes', iv 148.19-20 Comm . seche cech lis a Midhe a hide from every fort in Meath (a special contribution), CS 244.15 . seicheadha na dtarbh, Keat. ii 5449 . do loisc an feóil ┐ an tṡeithe, Lev. ix 11 . clann Chathail na seitheach, 23 E 26, 263.y . gen. used attributively, leathern : cochall seichedh , Ir. Texts ii 33 § 18 .

Used to place food upon: dona hublaib bátar forsna seche- daib, Aisl. MC 47.11 . snédis C. in sechid cona húblaib dō, 51.23 . ba hass for sechid, 73.19 (of something profitless). nibdar caera ar seichi, Ériu vii 242.6 . Cf. ba cǣra for gaimen, Aisl. MC 73.19 .

As part of the gear connected with the drying and winnow- ing of corn and with fishing: aithgin na atha cona comhobair .i. scuab, s.¤ ┐ susta, Laws iii 264.14 Comm . na susta ┐ in tseichi, Ériu v 34.15 . loscad in chléib ┐ na seched ┐ na timthach (penalty for fishing on Sunday), ii 208 § 29 .

a ṡechi corcra! a chac ar maslaidh (terms of contempt), IT iii 88 § 106 . robdar saera robdur sruithi | nibdar caera ar seichi (? i.e. they were not insignificant), Ériu vii 242.8 .

(b) the human skin : is lais ībait fiäich fuil | for seichib ic Derclūachair, ZCP xii 234 § 47 (Baile in Scáil). is cirbbide m'fheoil da seche (sic MS.) issí om, PRIA xix 542 § 9 ( LL 146b17 ). sáithid slegha i slesaib | slaitidh seichidh curadh, Caithr. Thoirdh. 112.21 .

inge seiche tightness of the skin: hi cudbud .i. nomen doloris .i. ingiu (glossed: nó iṅg, M) sechi, LU 1139 (ACC Comm.). nech praindes co fúiri galar ndó no conadgeib inggi a sechi `till his skin gets tight', Ériu vii 148 § 10 .

2 seiche

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n n pl.?: cenéle amus: salanaig buale ┐ buicc brodnai ┐ eóin erchoille ┐ s.¤ corad, Triads 230 (`a hide, skin ', Gloss.).

seichill

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n g s. o,[m.]? vn. of sech-ell-. act of going or straying beyond (?). Occurs only in the phrase cú sechill a hound which strays beyond the bounds of its master's territory : `cu seichill a hound which follows one, but which is not one's own', O'Don. Suppl. seichill .i. foxal, ut cu sechill focoisle a muinntir fen, O'C. 120 ( H. 3.18, p. 74 ) (= focoislethar, O'Mulc. 849 ). ni len tigradus coin seichill ┐rl. In tan do gni a indarbadh ┐ a hesgaire fo tri, ┐ ni mbiatha in coin is [s]lán do, 1024 (ib., p. 431b ). ni len tigradus con seichill. Slan do cin in choin sechill ma ro focair dona comaithcib, 701 (ib., p. 338 ). a ceithri lanfeich in chon seichill . . . lanfiach ina tochuiredh ┐ lanfiach ina inmuilliudh, O'D. 2298 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 28d ).

seichis, seicis ?

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in n. loc.: luid F. ocus a ara . . . do chum mara; seicis ocus ro cotailsit for bru in mara, Laws i 70.y Comm . (`they reached it and slept') = in tan ro nainic F. a Methus luid docum mara sechis ┐ a ara . . . Contuilsit and for bru in mara, O'C. 776 ( H. 3.18, p. 364a ).

seichithir

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v (a) follows, pursues (lit. and fig.): numsechethse (sequatur me), Thes. ii 245.6 (Cam.). aire sechethar slictu ar fédot, 244.31 (do.). sechitir goa ar saint gl. semper mendaces, Wb. 31b20 . cruth as sechidi bethu et nebmarbtu `how life and immortality are to be pursued', 29d24 . ara sechemmar a bésu som, 2d4 . ara sechitis a thimnae arna ructais i ndóiri, Ml. 125c2 . ní sechetar immurgu ord, 19b11 . as maam roṡechestar arsidetaid `who has most followed antiquity', Sg. 208b15 . attá di ṡeirc la laitnori inna ngrec co seichetar cid a comroireniu, 1a2 . libru Solman sexus, glossed: nó ro siach libru Solman, LU 818 - 19 (ACC). soér sech tuaith . sín inedim .i. soer no saichtís secht tuatha . . . no sechthi hé sechtar na tuatha `the noble one sought the North: . . . a noble whom seven folks used to seek', RC xx 404 § 124 (ACC). seiched fírinni. nos-seichfe, ZCP xi 88 § 7 . sechim iar mo baithis Patraic, Laws i 10.z . bía fónd anim sin coro secha bráth bennachtan fort, LU 6092 (TBC). fochartso erchor fair co sech trít co lluid hi talmain, 10987 . cinset do thorian sechset sech affraic siachtatar hEspain, LL 14b34 . cia forbrid cia sergait in loch sechid si he in cach aisdi dibsin dogres `(the well) imitates it in each change continually', Todd Nenn. 194.6 . ma seitche (ma seichti, mosfechti, v.ll.) dlighidh nó senbés, CCath. 414 . cid . . . ar nach sechend ┐ ar nách inntshamlaigend ind eclais Crist ic timna na himdibe, amal seches isin bathis, PH 5764 . nech atcobra dul for nemh, | . . . | seched rīagail [in]na nāem, ZCP vii 310 § 1 .

(b) remains, continues (?): ind ae rosechastar ina menmain .i. in guth fil isin leathguthaibh no-airised lais fo dheoidh, Auraic. 506 . do sheich sna croid[h]ibh ro chráidh | gráin gach neith badh doiligh dhóibh, DDána 79.17 . do sheich t'áireamh i n-Albain, 99.14 .

Various: sechais (sechis, v.l.) Cormac .uii. cumala andsin on rechtaire exacted (?), IT iii 201 § 77 . sechaidh breth, Laws i 196.7 (`judgment follows'). ? rosre tened .i. am rossir amal tenid no ro seich cucut m'inchrecad amal tenid, LL 187a2 .

? To this: is ben fora sectar (? sic leg.) indliged cach ben cusa tiagar a tāitius, Laws v 456.25 Comm .

? seichlid

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v (? 1 sech) passes over : soera seichletar '[by whom] noble women are passed over' Peritia ix 108 § 5 . Cf. seichill.