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.

seichmech

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adj o, ā (sechem) following, compliant : bát s.¤ ríagla athardai follow the paternal rule, LU 3492 .

seichte

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x see 2 sechtae.

seichteóir

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n [i,m.] a follower : dodechatar ann dano Malachli seichtori sáera na slúag sin, TTr.² 633 .

seichthid

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n [i,m.] (seichithir) a follower, disciple : níorbh ionann uile iad re seichthidhibh Patraicc no re seichtidhibh Choloim Cille, TFrag. 110.22 - 23 .

seicne

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x see sicne.

seicréit

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Forms: seicréde, seicréide, seicréide, secréideadha, secréid

n f.(Lat. sēcrētum) g s. seicréde, BCC 233 (234.y) . na seicréide , Rom. xvi 25 . a pl. na seicréide , BCC 62 (48.8) . secréideadha, Desid. 970 . g pl. secréid, 6792 .

(a) a secret; in ecclesiastical sense, a mystery: tucc sé eolus uadh a seicreidib na diagachta, BCC 216 (208.1) . nach ar tír amain tuc Día radarc a sheicréde fen do C.C., 233 (234.y) . d'[f]aghail dirradais a rúine ┐ seciréd a chroidhe, O'Gr. Cat. 265.21 . [d'fholach na] seicreidi nemda sacramentum Dei, Smaointe B. Chr. 499 . nach roipe fiss scēl nō sēicrēide na cloichi ag aoinneach, Fl. Earls 146.4 . mar aithnidheas mh'uile shecréid, Desid. 5764 . secréid, diamhar, Eg. Gl. 552 .

(b) Concr. a (secret) treasure: do oil ┐ do ettaigh Dia tusa . . . fri ré secht mbliadan da sheicréitt fein `out of His own secret treasure', BNnÉ 69 § 111 . do loisged hi . . . ┐ moran do sheicreidibh eile (of a cross), L. Chl. Suibhne § 18 . property (?) (see Ducange s.v. 2 secreta): ro crechsat ar bhen re seicréid Mic Diarmada don tír, ALC ii 382.11 (`all that belonged to Mac D.'s confidants').

(c) the privy parts : do cuir a edach uili de acht edach a seicreide amain, BCC 289 (306.18) .

Compd. ¤chomairlid a privy counsellor : asi secreid- chomhairled as ferr . . . agan rí a choguus, Ériu v 132 § 64 .

seicréitech

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adj o, ā (seicréit)

(a) secret, hidden, mysterious : fios an ionaid seicreidigh sin, BNnÉ 124 § 74 . cindus dogeibhedh se na scela seicreidecha sin, BCC 238 (240.22) . as a faicdis glan- ruine seicreideacha Dhia, ITS xxix 193.25 . ní fhuil einí . . . seicréideach nách fuighthear a fhios, Luke xii 2 . ar dhul a steach 'na sheómra shecréideach, Desid. 5883 . Adv. taissel- buis in t-athoir remrāite an gcloich go sēcrēidech onōrach don airdespog `with reverence and in secret', Fl. Earls 144.3 . smuain co seicreidech intuere, Smaointe B. Chr. 278 . labhruim ris go hinmhedhónach seicréidech, Parrth. Anma 374.16 .

(b) boill shecrēitecha the privy parts : an té loitthear iona chlochuibh nó a ngearthar a bhoill sheicréideacha de, Deut. xxiii 1 .

seicréitige

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n ,f. (seicréitech) secrecy : gu n-aithnighionn gach easláinte dhá seicréidighe dá mbí sna daoinibh, Desid. 5294 .