? seiredach

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ind (seir): int ech aile ┐ sē . . . caschōel cois[s]eng s.¤ cōel cairgdech, TBC² 2559 = ech . . . cascháel coseng sered- choel airgdech, LU 6491 .

Séiréis

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pn g s. Ceres: mar gach turbhaidh tig da éis | ceiltior subháilce S.¤ , L. Cl. A. Buidhe 144.150 .

seirge

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n ,f. (serg) diminution, wasting away, shrinking, decay : Srubdaire serb s.¤ a gal bitter the lessening of his valour, TBC 3519 (`von bitterem Schwund seiner tapferen Thaten (?)'). Mag Sered serge srotha | Mag Semne soillse datha, LL 7a14 . comét . . . in buair sain | ar ḟogail sluaig co seirge `from the raiding of starving folk', Met. Dinds. iv 338.y . To this: moscing srathu sréid sergi | sétid maige midglinne (of a horse), LU 8669 ( FB 50 , rhetoric). ar ni aill seirge oc cúrsagad (gl. cum modestia corripientem eos), Wb. 30b29 (tr. `for not becoming is harsh- ness (?) in reproaching'). Sarauw would, and probably rightly, emend to seirbe.

seirglige

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n (1 serg+lige) sick-bed, a being bed-ridden, decline : ma gabann serglighi foda a ben fen, O'C. 2307 ( Eg. 88, fo. 23 ). is fota do ṡerglighe, IT i 123.4 ( TE 9 ). nomberar . . . dom sergligu .i. don Teti Bricc, LU 3294 (H) ( SC 9 ). barroega Fingin Fathliaig a roga do Chetharn mac Fintain, sergleghi fada fair ┐ fortachtt ┐ forithin d'fagbail assa athli, na derglegas teóra lá ┐ teora n-aidchi, TBC 4414 . D. . . . d'écc . . . iar seircclighi fhoda, FM v 1710.15 . galar trom do ghabh é . . . ionnus go ndeachaidh i seirglidhe is gur thréig a chuid fola is feola uile, gur chaol é (of Cobhthach Caol mBreagh), Keat. ii 2540 . gur ghabh seirglighe é tré neamhchaitheamh bídh `he was wasting away', iii 2096 . Metaph. bí an peacthach cheana ag feódh, ┐ ag dol i seirg-lighe, d'easbaidh na ngrás do- bhéaradh oileamhain spioratdha dhó, TSh. 7835 .

seirgne

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Forms: seirgni

n [,f.] (serg) state of being shrivelled (?): seirgne na siog (sergne na síg, v.l.) | geirgne na ngrag (of a dead pig), Ir. Texts i 30.40 . state of having ebbed away (?): ? attrib. gen. a Loch Sighleand seirgni , Ériu x 79 § 36 (acc. to Met. Dinds. iii 376.1 , this lake was a `turloch').

seirgnide

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adj io, iā (seirgne) withering, blighting (?): an saobh- choire sáruightheach seirgnidhe siabhartha (viz. devils), TSh. 1976 . dobudh lór dhóibh do phéin silleadh seirgnidhe sia- bhartha ┐ amharc éidigh uathbhásach an aidhbhirseóra do bheith . . . orra, 6656 .

seirgthe

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x see sergtha.

seirgthech

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adj o, ā (serg) exhausting, causing to decay : eirgcid i mbethaid ṁbáethraig, | seirgthig, snimaig, sirsaethraig, SR 1446 . ni tharda fornn . . . | digail seirb seirgthig, 2728 .

seirgthi

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x see sergad.

Seiria

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pn (Lat. Sēres (n.pl.) Ériu xxxviii 73 ) China : Seiri ┐ Seiria, . . . .i. itir inn India ┐ in Scithia, ZCP iv 236 n. 1 and 3 .

? seirib

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ind cosnaid s.¤ | sloig Sētnai Sithbaicc, Ält. Ir. Dicht. 39 § 7 .