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 .

seillcecht

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x see sellc(h)echt.

seilled

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n u m. ? : masa mo lan in athar o rucad, icad in tathair rucustar amuigh, ma cuimgid, ┐ mana cuimgenn, icad budein a dualgus a seilledha, Laws iii 312.5 Comm . (`in right of his property').

seim

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Forms: seim

n n,n. later m. seim m. g s. [seama], IGT Decl. § 41.7 .

a rivet : búi Creidne cerd fri dēnam semand issna gāib, Corm. Y 975.5 . semind .i. sēm ō ind (s.¤ coa hinn, v.l.), 1149 (cf. séim co hind, LL 186a29 ). lágen mór . . . .l. semmend trethe, LU 7702 . scíath cróderg ro brecad do ṡemandaib findruine, BDD² 967 . bruth .i. s.¤ gae, O'Dav. 197 . bidh égcomluath taithmiuch in druing briathar ┐ bédis tuaghnadhmann semen, 397 . go ro lúpsatar . . . a slega ó a rennaib (sic leg.) go a seman- naib, TBC 3813 . sleg . . . co cethrachait semmend i suidigud a hindsma, LL 237b43 ( TTr. 1551 ). fidba cen ṡ. (one of three dangerous things of which warning must be given), Triads 172 . nī dílfa sin s.¤ saighde ort that will not repay you an arrow- rivet (i.e. you will not get the least return for it), ZCP vi 272 § 9 . ro sníit a slegha da semannaib `were wrenched from their rivets', Mann. and Cust. ii 241 n . go cceithre seamonnaibh ag a chomhfhosadh for an ccrann ccomhdhaingean, CRR² 26 (78.21) (of a croísech). benaid semanna chleath cáol | gre- manna a táobh each fá íor, IGT Decl. ex. 1142 . semeann .i. seamanna, no tairrngeadha beaga bhios tré chro sleighe, no ga isin gcrann aga ndaingniughadh re aroile, O'Cl. a nail : dearg a throigh i dtarrla an s.¤ , Dán Dé xxvi 7 .

By transf. a supporter, follower (?): semend .i. laoch, ut est cét semenn cotnoi .i. is dé dlegar tobach for Luighne dontí cométas cét laoch nó cét ceile nó cet gaisgedhach, O'Dav. 1437 . Cf. semanna .i. cumdach no dín; no semanda .i. ceile no rath, O'C. 2064 ( H. 4.22, 66b ) (i.e. a man's vassals and stock are `rivets' to him, Plummer MS. notes). is ē crō randtar ar līn semmann: trīan do crū deirbfine . . . ┐ trīan donaib flaithib . . . ┐ trīan don tslūagh nodsaig leo-sum, Ériu i 215.9 .

Compds. ¤chló a rivet, a spike : sect semann-clui uriarainn co remet medoinmeoir miledh in cach s. arna sadudh . . . tre cro-innsma gacha craisigi, CCath. 5308 - 9 . ? ¤chrann: dia gelgae airgide ┐ di semcrand (sic leg.) snasai indib de credumae `two smooth riveted shafts', RC xii 60 § 16 . ¤fhoebrach: an cú glan seamfhaobhrach seang, DDána 112.11 (: ghearrshao- ghlach). ¤laigen a riveted lance : cona semonnlaighnibh siothfoda slinnlethna, Hugh Roe 142.11 . ¤lúbtha with bent rivets: slega . . . seamlúpta, MR 238.26 .

séim

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Forms: semiu, sémi

adj i compar. semiu gl. exilior, Sg. 14b6 .

(a) slender, thin, narrow, slight; smooth: `seim' cach seang, cach sircumang, Met. Gl. 3.5 . `séimh' beag, ib. 29 § 48 . intí as sémiu .i. intí as mindchichthiu (gl. tenuior), Ml. 19d8 . sémi gl. exiles, 54b17 . sémi .i. sémigte in corp gl. extinuata (sic) (ieiunia), 86a10 . s.¤ gl. macer, Sg. 37a3 . huan dlúithi s.¤ gl. tenui . . . rima, 46a10 . sluinnter ní s.¤ ina sarugh . . . .i. aisneithar go nach beg aní ata do neoch ina tsarugad no slight matter, O'C. 2626 ( Eg. 88, fo. 53 (54)c ). s.¤ anim ocnait `slight is the blemish of a young man', RC xxvi 16 § 14 (glossed: .i. is étrom nó is bec ind anim . . .). Cf. Laws iv 386.13 Comm . isém dúnn . . . in membrum hisiu, ZCP viii 176.4 . clann Mhaoilchainnigh na gcuach seimh, LL 394.41 . sliocht na righi is seimh snoidhe, ib. 54 . na seolcrannu séimi sithardda, LL 235b3 ( TTr. 1367 ). minslabraidh segda seimi seic-rigne, CCath. 5279 . gur bhris a dróm séanna séimh ar (sic leg.) a dhó, CF Eg. 193 . do rosg . . . | mar oighreadh seimh snúadhamail, Buile Ṡ. 18.22 . Cf. rosc s.¤ sruth meda, SG 241.18 . a chruth séimh, TD 21.38 . a fhinne-bhean tséimh shéaghanta, Keat. Poems 973 . Adv. leasg leo buain acht go séimh ris, Content. xviii 88 .

(b) In later texts, mild, lenient, not heavy or oppressive : na gcaoimh-reacht séimh, Oss. vi 8.8 . a bheit[h] foighideach ┐ séimh re na lucht freasduil, Donlevy 328.6 . fa na bpeacaidhe do léigion thortha go réigh, ┐ fa bheith ro shéimh ris an aithrigheach, ib. xv 23 .

(c) direct (cf. Mod.Ir. caol-díreach, and séim-dírech below): rith roseim os bith, SR 39 . ná bad s.¤ do deog deccair | cen chéim do 'na comlepaid that he would have no direct approach to . . ., Ériu iv 104 § 47 . ni fuilngenn in craidhi eslainti trom acht o cuis roseimh a very direct cause (?), Rosa Ang. 138.8 . (`a slight cause'). Adv. directly, or perh. clearly (?): an tuisci fliuch tiugh ac lethnugadh ┐ ac ramrugadh an radairc ann ┐ a bacail de dul co seim na naduir fein dinnsaidhi an duine, Ir. Astr. Tr. 28.6 (of the enlarging effect of water on the appearance of a submerged object).

(d) in various applications. Of food, meagre, moderate, slight, light : baí s.¤ sáth .i. ba becc a saith, LU 655 ( ACC 25 ). ol cen itu cen mescai | proind ṡeim cen saith cen gortai, LB 100 marg. inf. le beagán do shásadh shéimh | tugais a ndaoithin dóibh-séin (of the five loaves and two fishes), DDána 20.26 . victus tenuis atque exquisitus in morbis longis . . . periculosus .i. ata an diet roiṡéim guasachtach . . . is na heaslaintibh righne, 23 K 42, 4.4 . oir is seimhe in chilus na in t'aran `for the chyle is tenderer (nearer digestion) than the bread', Reg. San. XI x . biadha séimhe sochaitmhe, PCT 102 . Of liquids, thin, diluted; volatile: lan do linn seim somes, IT i 291 § 72 Eg. (FB). tairrngid teasbac na greine an cuid as [s]eime ┐ a s millsi duisci na fairrgi suas, Ir. Astr. Tr. 42.7 . fīn . . . is é seim arna mesrugad le huisgi, Rosa Ang. 92.6 . an fual séimh uisgeamail (tenuis), 23 K 42, 216.14 . Of air, rarefied: na haer . . . ata na corp chael tseim tsogluaisti ┐ is mo 7 is seime 7 is luaithi a gluasacht na gluasacht an uisci, Ir. Astr. Tr. 154 . 20 - 21 . rithid an taer seimh rompa ┐ togaidh se gaeth, 148.3 . Of cloth, fine, thin: lénti sémi . . . sítaidi, TBC 183 . ? To this: in sét s.¤ | is ingantu fūair Find féin | . . . cochlān caemdlūith Crothrainne, Fianaig. 50 § 25 (`dainty'). Of fire, clear (?): ar teinidh seim, gan detach, Rosa Ang. 84.19 (`slow'). Cf. bruth feda dair úr | ó nach gnáth nech s.¤ | tinn cenn tís ó a dhúil | tinn súil ó a ghrís ghéir, SG 245.32 (`from him none may escape unhurt'). Of sounds, thin, gentle: crōnān sē[i]mh (of insects), K. and H. § 25 . in guth s.¤ attruag, LB 157a54 . idir an fodhar a[s] seime ┐ an fodar as reimhe, Ir. Astr. Tr. 154.29 . glór séimh, Content. ix 8 . na mbriathar seimh somblasta, FM vi 2116.20 .

(e) of corporeal matter, subtle, insubstantial, thin : hi corpaib dlútaib ┐ i corpaib tiugaidib bias esergi na ndóeni ┐ ní i corpaib sémib ┐ rofollib mar aer nó gaíth, LU 2627 (H). is s.¤ ┐ is imétrom ┐ is sídamail in tuarascbáil (of people who were invisible to those about them), MU² 569 . is demin cetus cuirp na hesergi co mbat foille ┐ séime tria imfhulang in aicnid spirutalda, PH 6746 . furtachtaigidh inn (sic) t-usci fuar an dileghadh san adbur coilerda seim (materiam colericam ┐ subtilem), RC xlix 29.20 (opp. to: adbur reamur, 30.4 ).

(f) as gramm. term, lenited : .n. cédus .i. Níall .n. séimh gan Níall, IGT Introd. § 7 (5.4) . dá .g. . . . gibé cruth a mbíd, lom no séimh, § 46 (14.8) .

(g) of mental processes, subtle, ingenious, acute: is séimh in muin doberat Ulaid ummum-da `subtle is the treachery', Death- tales 26 § 5 . a c[h]omrād ba soglan sēim | ōs līnib lebrāin 'ga lūadh (of Columcille), ZCP vii 303 § 4 . ni bfuil . . . ni as airdi ┐ as seime . . . ina in egnadh, Ériu v 140.133 (`more comely'). do foghlaim sé leigheann agus crábhadh . . . ┐ do bí iúlmhar s.¤ . . . ionnta, ITS xvi 14 § 7 (= astutus, V.SS. Hib. ii 38.20 ). macānta, crionda, séimh, Eg. Gl. 457 .

Compds. ¤bairdne name of a metre: is airi asperar sem- bairdne ar semhí gach nech dorimí, IT iii 28.6 . Cf. 14 § 30 . ¤dírech: ro loi[s]cset gach lis . . . tharla doibh a seimhdhirech gacha sliged, Caithr. CC 54.1 . ¤fher: sgáth a dheirbhfine an séimhfhear as suilbhire, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 146.4 . ¤guibín gentle little mouth : le seol-ghuth a séimh-ghuibín, Keat. Poems 110 . ¤lí: gné shéimhlí a aighthe, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 217.64 . ¤nembocht: slat shéimhnembocht ón Bhóinn bhinn, | éinbhennocht do fhóir Éirinn, 103.75 . ¤rigin slender and tough : cona snat[h]cenglaib seimrighnib sitaidhi, CCath. 5464 . ¤ṡeng fine and slender : xl. lathe lanṡeṅg | doruacht in sathe s., LL 5b14 . a ghruadh ṡéimhṡeang ṡíodhamhail, TD 2.26 . lór don bhaisgheal bhairrṡéimhṡeang `of the fine soft hair', 12.1 . teagh . . . | na naoimhfhear suarcghlan séimhsheang, Aithd. D. 88.21 . Of a country: a chuiléin . . . | ro thaisdil tír ts. (of fairyland), SG 353.11 . fa chlár séimhṡeang na sreabh nglas `smooth, beautiful land of blue streams', TD 31.30 . ¤ṡíthcháin: do rinneadar neóil uachtracha an aeidhir ┐ dúl na firmament sith ┐ séimhshíothchána re chéile `gentle accord', ITS i 78.5 . ¤thana thin, meagre : séim tana gl. exilem, Sg. 14a8 . ¤thecht an ingenious crossing (?): fuair treoir na dtonn laideanda | d'éis séimhthechta a srothann bhfis having expertly crossed their streams of knowledge, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 175.95 (: éifechta).

seimdellech

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adj o, ā an epithet applied to a dirty house (= seil- midech ` slimy, snail-y ', Atkinson, Laws Gl. p. 654 ): tegdais da tabair menma ind fir uithir fritbrud menman ara sailci .i. tech salach seimdilleach `slimy (?)', BCrólige § 23 gl. 4 . tech i mbí inde in buair .i. tech salach semdellech `filthy', O'Dav. 1127 , cf. Laws i 130.18 Comm . soimdillach, v 166.19 Comm .

seime?

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ind aircestar .i. taisbentar, ut est, aircestar de .xxx. s.¤ leth aer, O'C. 577 ( H. 3.18, 287 ).