2 séis

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? i (1 seinnid) (a) musical art : felmac .i. fel ai ┐ seis, unde dicitur felmac .i. mac sesa ┐ mac uadh, O'Dav. § 880 .

(b) air, strain, melody : truag an ts.¤ | dogní in damh i ndruim dhá léis, SG 113.7 ( Acall. 849 ). rogart in muicc fri s.¤ slaind | triana chruit co Céis Coraind, LL 165a43 . tánic in tond tara éis, | do Chiabán nírbo deg-ṡ. `it was no lucky sound', Met. Dinds. iii 206.18 . can bic din s.¤ mbínd la filidceht ┐ oirfitiud n-amrai, PH 8337 . re séisib ísle attruaga, ailgeana oirfidech, MR 110.22 . s.¤ nemduidhe caoin a crot, O'Gr. Cat. 474.20 . seis le searbhghothaibh ag sín, Rel. Celt. ii 238.22 . ní aithrigh síon s.¤ mbuinne `the tempest does not alter the note of the stream', Studies 1921, 75 § 14 . s.¤ marbhghlan a mheóir melody, 1920, 99 § 14 . tógbhaidh coimhsh.¤ crónáin i n-a gcoinne, DDána 111.24 (prose). s.¤ cheoil do rinneadh don rígh, PBocht 27.24 . do bhríogh nach canann ceól náid séise síth-bhinne, TSh. 7798 . bíth a s.¤ le chéile ag reacaireacht | i gcanmhain nach taigiuir le Sacsanaibh, Ó Bruad. iii 130.7 .

For s.¤ strophais see strophais.

Compds. ¤binn: harmonious : gan cheol séisbhinn dá sheinim, Keat. Poems 252 . ¤gabál: laoithe fuara suadh dhá séisghabháil, Hackett xix 15 (`singing melodiously', s.v. séis- ghabháil, Gloss.). ? ¤gér: d'imreadur na síothlanna seis- géara ar churpaibh . . . a cheile, CF Eg. 278 . ¤guth a melodi- ous voice : ag éisteacht le séis-ghuth a gríos-ghoib sháimh, Hard. i 278.x . ¤iris: séisiris seanda shníomh, Hackett i 11 (`aiste filidheachta', Gloss.). ? ¤tech: seistigh .i. tech, ut est ilor seistighi .i. domus .i. imat tighi occat co n-imatso sofis ann `seistigh [leg. seistech], i.e. a house, ut est a multitude of seistige, i.e. domus, i.e. plenty of houses with thee, and plenty of learning therein', O'Dav. 1445 . iolar seistighe, Ériu xiii 35.25 .

seisbéimnech

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n violent striking : seisbheimneach gach cinn for aroile dhiobh `the impact of head against head', Buile Ṡ. 124.12 . Cf. breis(c)béimnech.

1 seisc

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n i,f. See IGT Decl. § 42.12 and also § 4.11 (see ex. 248 , below). sedge, rushes; a sedgy or rushy place: bla easbaidhe .i. crich incoisce easbaigh talman .i. fan no s.¤, no tail gleann no lathrach sean-roda, Laws iv 144.7 Comm . crich ina coisce guire noise no seasca i fidh no a muigh . . . of rushes or sedge (?) (gl. on: noes bla), 142.23 Comm . na suipp ṡesca bátar na áltaib, TBC 6039 . amal bite lorga i llamaib duine for portaibh sesga ag immtheacht o purt do phurt ar na torchrad inna lighi in boggy places (?), Auraic. 1592 . doghniat fianboth fairsing . . . do ṡ.¤ barrghlais buinghil, Acall. 1545 . do benuit leō roga ro-chleth . . . ┐ mīne mōirf[h]eda ┐ dīgaind deig- s[h]esca, ML² 1066 . eiredha . . . do c[h]lethaib ┐ do c[h]aolach do dhīn ┐ do dheigh-sh.¤ , 1068 . sluag ferdha re foghnam fo na fedhaib ┐ buidhni sotla solma fo na sesguib (seasgannaibh, seisgionnaibh, v.l.), 1064 . antan ba-sum Suibhne sruith | arbhirinn bith a n-úarbhuith | i seisg, a sesgonn, i sléibh, Buile Ṡ. 38.24 . ní thsir ṡescaidh duine díb | do thuighi gach easdaidh úir, | fir ód longbothaibh ag léim | do béin gormḟochain tigh thúir, IGT Decl. 248 . dath na seasga ar a súil mhoill, ex. 1217 .

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x see sesc.

seise

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n io,m. (ON sessi, Bidrag 21 ), IGT Decl. § 2 (39.29) . comrade, companion : trian Semeoin, soer an seisi, Leb. Gab. 112.11 . ata mo ṡesse oc ruamar ┐ me buden oc scribend, LB 27 marg. inf. robātor in da ēigsine ag cia a seisi, Arch. iii 311.8 (B. na f.). tú it sh.¤ dhéidheanach dhí (to Eóin Bruinne) `thou wert Mary's last love', Dán Dé i 18 . ní faráil dar s.¤ sin | meise d'fhagháil i n-aisgidh `my dear Friend must only take me with- out payment', iv 5 . a s.¤, a céile compáin, TD 12.1 . ag sin duit . . . od ṡeisi ┐ od bhrathair ionmhuin Padruic . . . O Siaghuil, 23 K 42, 262.15 (scribal note). tú an aithir sheang, a sh.¤ (to the world), DDána 50.10 . an saoghal s.¤ ar gcolla, 5.6 . an toil, darab s.¤ an corp, Dánfhocail 265 . Cf. O'Hussey T.C. 250.1 . beloved, loved one: cuirim séad suirghe chum s.¤; | searc chroidhe do dháileas dí (i.e. to Ireland), Hackett xliv 1 .

In special sense of a patron : imdha ollamh dian s.¤ , Sitzungsb. 1919, 92 § 4 . mo sh.¤ ríogh, DDána 121.28 . mo sh.¤ mná ó nach mair | atá meise gan mharthain, 77.7 . s.¤ suadh colamhain cliar, Ó Bruad. iii 54.1 .

Of a patron saint: Pádraig . . . | mo sh.¤ naoimh, Dán Dé xiii 5 . Caitir íona . . . | [agus Míchéal] . . . | mo sh.¤ d'aingeal is d'óigh, PBocht 7.37 .

a match, an equal : a dtreisi araon gan rochtain, | gan tseisi ag Aodh go hEachtair, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 72.42 . Cf. Sc. Gaelic: tra a chunnaic am Blàr gu'n do thachair a sh.¤ ris `when the Face saw that his match had come', RC i 197.24 . ? To this: séise (sic) saor an fholtcham ionnraic (from an epithalamium), Ó Bruad. ii 52.3 .

séise

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x see séis.

séisech

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adj o, ā (séis)

(a) having many ranks of soldiers : o d'eug Caesar sluaghach, séiseach, GJ iv 15a27 .

(b) harmonious : adv. sheolas le ceol-chruit go séiseach faoi, Keat. Poems 107 .

seisecht

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n ā,f. (seise) companionship : ort do sheiseacht, a shao- ghail | . . . | ag súd inn-ne dot fhágbháil, DDána 50.1 , cf. 23 . nach cóir suirghe ré sesiucht, Ir. Texts ii 78 § 1 .

seised

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seisedach

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adj o, ā (seissed) lit. consisting of a sixth or sixths. In names of metres: rannaigecht becc mor s.¤ , IT iii 86 § 87 . ettal ṡeisidach Cruitheantuath, 104 § 203 .

As subst. o,m., the name of a measure of weight or capacity: co fagaibthi sesedach cnó ar aen pinginn, AU ii 58.13 . seise- dhach do ghrán corca, FM ii 822.8 .

seisida

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n six things : a naedha a tri risin sé (sic leg.) romaind, no is amlaid is naeda hé, ┐ in s.¤ romaind ina ellach, O'D. 1632 ( H. 5.15, p. 17 ).