séimigud

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Forms: séimhiochadh

n [u,m.] séimhiochadh, IGT Verbs p. 245.11 .

(a) act of attenuating, making thin, lessening, diminishing : á sémigud combi tanu de, Ml. 34a27 . ní du semigud pectha atber-som inso (adtenuare peccatum), 124b3 . is airi is re ṅguthaigthi suidigthir a tinfed do semigud ┐ mesrugud ind ḟoguir máir bís isin gutti, Sg. 9a8 . a foladh amail ata reamru- gadh ┐ seimiugadh, RC xlix 24.8 . nī reagaid a leas fīn . . . do fhliuchad an chuirp nā do thsēimiugad leanna duib propter melancolie repressionem, RSláinte 738 .

(b) as grammatical term, the lenition of a consonant : treidi doghni uath .i. bogad ┐ semigudh ┐ airdibdad . . . Bocad cuill .i. clach ┐ ach; bocad d .i. sodh ┐ odh . . . Seimigud b immorro .i. a bhen, a bhan, a bhe binn. Seimiugud c dono .i. o chiun, do chein, o chianaib, o chetoir. Semigud d .i. d[h]amsa, d[h]uitsiu . . . Seimiugud g .i. a ghradh ┐ a ogha, Auraic. 1264 - 79 . iersin Laitneoir . . . bidh tinfed ar gach taobomna don Gaidilc ┐ seimiugud for guthaigiph [┐] is rempa do ecaiph doibh, 4326 . as éidir uirrdhighthe ┐ séimhighthe do thuigsin ó résún, nach abuirthear d'ogham no do gháoi- dheilg . . . cuiridh gan séimhioghadh, IGT Introd. § 7 (4.34 and 5.1) . na náoi cconnsuine ar a ttéid séimhiughadh, 1.y . a trí dhíobh gan shéimhiughadh d'ogham whose lenition is not indicated in writing (i.e. l, n, r), 2.2 .

seimiléir

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x see simlér.

seimin

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x see simin.

seiminér

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n (AN cheminel Risk 600 ) a chimney : in seminer do beith méith ┐ an cisti do beith lán `that the hearth is spacious', de Contemptu 2278 . Cf. simlér, and Dinneen, s.v. simné.

seimlide?

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ind sruama serba s.¤ (: meirblige), SR 8169 .

1 seimnech, semnach

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adj o, ā (seim) an epithet of spears and arrows, riveted: tri cóicait sleg semnach, LL 51a8 . gae sem- nech slindlethan, TBC 5261 . saithe saiged sithremur séim- neach, Alex. 245 . gaei . . . sithrémra ṡimnecha, 180 . an clet[h]cur sleg s.¤ `the palisade of riveted spears', CCath. 3635 . soighdi semneacha, Aen. 2826 . a suaineam na sleigi seimnigi, Acall. 1556 . dorad a mhér a suainemh na sleighe seimnidhe , Buile Ṡ. 10.20 . risna sleghuibh seimnecha sithfhota, Marco P. 61 . Of a person, bearing riveted weapons : ni thu Issau sem- nach na slóg, SR 2875 .

2 seimnech

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n (seim) collect. rivets : co nderna . . . bruara mina menbaighthe da cat[h]barr immá cend, ┐ simnecha rebta . . . da luirig, CCath. 3633 .

? seimnidech

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ind co ro throscsetar . . . fri ulib naemaib Eurpae . . . ┐ fri Martan co semnidach, LL 359a marg. ? Leg. co sainredach.

seimple

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n (? based on Lat. simplus) simplicity : ní fiacach imorru do, ar is ainbfius ┐ s.¤ a didnuid (? leg. ad-idn-aig) do `for it was through ignorance and simplicity he was led to take it', Laws i 94.7 Comm .

seimtille?

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Forms: seimdile, seimide

n mallet, beetle : cona imdorus cāisi . . . cona comlu grotha . . . cona semtille marōce, Aisl. MC 123.11 . conab ar ēicin dōibh ind oslagad dint semtille marōci, 17 ; 'with the mallet of sausage' ZCP xxvii 225 . `seimdile, or seimide `a beetle or mallet', P. O'C.

séin

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