seigléir

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Forms: seighleóir

n [i,m.] (AN jailer Risk 618 ) seighleóir, IGT Decl. § 50.16 .

a gaoler : adubart-sa risin seighler beth co maith ris, ZCP vi 76.7 . in seighleir, Fier. 88 . dá gach ghlas ós sé as seighleoir (of God), DDána 63.10 . is é an séighleóir sgaoileas amach é agus osglas an glas bhíos air . . . dorinne Dia séighleóiridhe de na sagartaibh, Eochairsg. 78.2 - 4 . gan congnamh an tséigh- leóra, 11 .

? seil

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n d s: sarachan seirg | sealg na s.¤ (seilg, v.l.) dhuibh, Ir. Texts i 32 § 54 (of a dead pig).

séil

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n f. a s. ? : Boand bale roglas réil | mana sechut la s.¤ sláin, LU 4198 = Met. Dinds. ii 16.82 (not translated).

seilbetha

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n full life, vigorous life (?): Sé ar seilbheathaidh ins an uaimh `buried alive', PBocht 27.18 . Cf. Mod.Ir. 'na steille- bheatha, Dinneen s.v. steall-.

seilche

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n io,m. a shell-bearing animal or insect:

(a) a turtle or tortoise: selige gl. testudo, Thes. ii 226 ( Pcr. 24a1 ). moir druidechtai rusba foir co murseilce n-and, ZCP iii 240 § 34 . Glend in Máta .i. seilc[h]i sin, ut alii dicunt . . . in Matæ secht fichit cos lais ┐ secht cind, Dinds. 4 ( RC xv 292 ). atat seil- chedhe isinn oilen sain, ┐ ata do mét innta co mbítt munter ina cumnaib mur thighib, Maund. 164 .

(b) a snail : tic in seilchi cuciseom (viz. to the lion), co tabair sede tí 'na timchellsom, RC xx 410.3 (ACC Comm.) (`the hunts- man') = selche, LB 240a64 . as imchubaid ae meic tīri ┐ feōil sheilchi dona haeib, RSláinte 1829 . berbtar . . . a nuisgi iad maille moran d[o] sheicidibh (seilchidibh, v.l.) (decoquatur in aqua cum limacibus), Rosa Ang. 104.10 . luaith seilci maille senblonac (cinis limacum cum adipe antiqua), 206.z .

Of a small cold thing or portion: la selche salli seingbline `a snail of thin lean bacon', Hib. Min. 66 § 9 . dilleachta bocht | bainbhín na míol | seilche fliuch fúar | dom driuch níor dhíol (of a dead pig), Ir. Texts i 26 § 13 . `seilcheog, seilchide a snail', O'R. Cf. seilide.

? seilcill

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ind int seilcill nó inmíanchinn .i. amal as soirb a n- ersolcud ade oc cuinchid neich indi bis tuistin a dulae, Ml. 120d5 (gl. tumult[u]aria in: tanta facilitate magna sunt elimenta creata quanta tumultaria uendentium scrutantur). Ascoli, p. 237 , suggests: subitaria vel temporaria cella, i.e. a compd. of sel.

seile

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x see 1 saile.

seilegar

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n (1 saile + 1 gor) saliva, spittle : fer . . . codlatach leasg maille seileagur mór in sputamine multus, O'Gr. Cat. 238.33 . bi meanfadach i tosach in adbuir, ┐ imurcach seileger (? leg. -egair) air, Rosa Ang. 228.8 . croindtilli ┐ selgur na nIdhal, Smaointe B. Chr. 4376 . As quasi-vn.: ag seileagar dhó, do bhean sé ré na theanguidh, Mark vii 33 . Cf. 1 saile.

seilens

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x see silens.

seilide

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n (see O'Brien, Ét. Celt. iii 371 ) a snail : mar leaghas an s.¤ , Ps. lviii 8 . `s.¤ a snail', O'R. Cf. `seilighide a snail'. ib. See seilche.

seiligid

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v (1 saile) spits : ina aghaidh do seilighedh, Parrth. Anma 437.20 .