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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x see 1 seissed.

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 ).

seisideig

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x see sideic.

seisrech

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n ā,f. (seis 'six' + -rech 'bind', Stud. Celt. xxx 118 n. 14 ) IGT Decl. § 12 (61.11) .

(a) usually a team of six beasts, a plough-team : ro boí eire cuinge sesrige in cech lomchrund díb, LU 9063 ( FB 81 ). sesrech oc tabairt cecha clethi (of the building of Bricriu's house), 8058 ( FB 2 ). seacht seisrecha leis for ind ar, Anecd. i 1.8 . mag bai and ┐ ar da seisrech dhec esen, YBL 212b36 (= ṡesrech, Ériu v 114.2 ). seisrecha in domain intan atcídis hé no theicdís . . . reime ┐ cach ernail indile archena no foghnaitis do dáinib, Fél.² clxxix 38 . tri chét sesrech ┐ da dam déc in cach ṡesserig, RC xiii 68 § 72 . ata adhbur seisrighe | as gach glionn i nglenn, | gach damh ina freislighe, Buile Ṡ. 78.9 . doluidh s.¤ Beraigh ar dhasacht asinn cathraigh, BNnÉ 38 § 74 . an ts.¤ ag trebad, BCC 76 (64.5) . oireamh sesrighe, ib. ( 62.27 ). Fig. maith biseach a sheisrighe | . . . | isé is crannghail dá sheisrigh | lán a ghlaice do pheannaibh (of the student), Measgra D. 9.17 - 19 . In n. loc.: Gním na tri Sesreach, RC xviii 297.27 (Tig.).

((b)) a plough-land (`as much land as a six-horse plough could plough in the year', O'Curry, ML p. 107 n . ): dá sheisrigh deug fearainn isan mbaile . . . ┐ sé fichid acra 'san tseisrigh, Keat. i 112.9 - 10 . ceithre fichid ┐ ceithre céad ┐ sé míle seisreach fearainn isan Mídhe uile, 12 . Perh. also in: ro fagaibh einech fir sheisrighe ag fior tighe innte `the holder of a ploughland', BNnÉ 31 § 44 .

seissed

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(1 sé)

I As adj. sixth : sesset, Ériu lviii 97, 102 (Computus Einsidlensis) . da trian na sesid rainni trichat, Laws v 38.9 Comm . isin tesed mís, Goid. 100.22 . co dorus in tsessed nime, LU 2119 ( FA 18 ). in seisedh neach gl. sextus, Ir. Gl. 593 . o'n sesed uair cusin nomad uair, PH 3346 . an sesedh (sesidh, seisemh, v.ll.) glún acht gid gar | cúl ré ḟeissean ní ḟaemabh, IGT Verbs ex. 583 . san seiseadh leabhar, TSh. 7779 .

one of six : Foitline, in seisedh fer ro bui oc marbadh Echach B., Laws i 68.1 Comm . Emer . . . int sessed ben is ferr tárraill Hérinn, MU² 45 .

II As subst. [o,n. later m.] a sixth (part); a sixth (in order): seseadh saire dia fuidir `one-sixth of free-quarters to his `fuidhir'- servant', Laws ii 24.11 . trian ar impidi cindti and, no seised ar impide cunntabartach, iii 320.3 Comm . leth dire isin cet mil, cethraime dire isin mil tanaisti, ┐ seisi dire isin tres mil, v 140.21 Comm . fir urranda set sesed .i. seisi (sesed, v.l.) in coirpdiri ar in fer ro-bui oc urrainn na set iar tiachtain doibh amach rannaid friu, Ir. Texts iv 14 § 6 . tabair dam in sessad `give me the sixth (apple)', Aisl. MC 51.2 . an seiseadh dhéag do immer, 1 Chron. xxiv 14 .

seisser

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Forms: seis(s)iur

n o,m. Later commonly seis(s)iur (orig. d s) six persons, a company of six : ochtar a dám in[n]a thúaith, seis[s]er fo leith, Críth Gabl. 393 . fossugud seis[s]ir, 351 . seisiur lethdaim in airech forgill is taire, Laws ii 386.26 Comm . morseisir .i. ata ni as mo na seisir isin tuaith, v 132.9 Comm . seisiur do laechaib no da fer dec do cleirchibh, 414.8 Comm . seser ar sé cétaib, Fél. May 13 (sesiur, seisir, v.ll.). rí rochar dá sessiur fer, SR 7593 . co farcaib cossair sessir impu fa mórthimchull .i. bond trír fri méde trír fó chúaird timchill immon dúnad, LU 6512 . condrístais a sessiur i n-oenḟecht gliaid fri Coincu- laind, TBC 1434 . dechenbur cach amuis . . . ┐ morfessiur cach amuis ┐ sessiur cach amais, 21 . im chuir in t-ṡeisir churad, TBC 3240 . oen for sesiur sáerbrathar seven noble brethren, RC xxii 394.24 . seser for fleadaibh na fess, Auraic. 2237 . coicer no séiser marcach, AU iii 398.16 . s.¤ do mnaibh pósda, ALC i 314.9 . an dá sheisear re hucht n-aighnis, DDána 34.5 . sluagh seisir táinig dom thigh, | do-bhéar uaim iúl an tseisir, TD 44.1 . nachar lór leis seisear leannán do bheith aige, TSh. 5467 .

séissilbe

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n ,f. the murmur or clamour of a multitude (of voices and weapons): classa búana bindi | . . . | la séssilbe ṁbúada | Chlúana móir maicc Noïs, Fél. Prol. 183 . issin chetna eisseirge | . . . | apstail cona seiselbe, SR 8235 . is rígda in costud islúagda (= is slúagda) a sséselbe is flaithemda a fúaim, LU 7066 (BDD). is é . . . sesilbi atchuala-som and: scellgur na scíath . . . ┐ tromchoblach na curad, TBC 5073 . intan trá atchuala . . . Hechtoir séiselbe romóir na ṅGréc, TTr.² 1152 (= sesilb, BB 435a17 ). nuall ┐ séselbhe na slógh sin, CCath. 663 . iar teclam na sessilbi imechtraighi, Anecd. ii 49 § 10 . is ed do-rónsat, nuall mor ┐ séselbi i n-a agaid; ┐ is ed atbertís `crutifige, crutifige', PH 3279 . sestan ┐ seisseilbi (seiseilbh, v.l.) na Tiabanda . . . ar med na heagla ros-gab, TTebe 4128 . tresin seiseilbi sirgloir dorindsead ag comaentaig ré Capaneus, 1336 . is fada o caint ┐ o congair ┐ o theiselbhi daine í, Lib. Fl. ii fo. 5va35 . seiseilbhe móra . . . .i. iachtach na n-ógbhadh, ┐ osnadhach na n-anradh . . . siain-ghréachadh na seanóireadh . . ., CRR² 35 (94.11) . séiseilbh na sluagh, 19 (70.25) . rathaigit . . . seiseilbhe an tsloigh ag gabhail társa, Hugh Roe 84.9 (fo. 22b) . séiseilbh .i. caint, no labhairt, O'Cl. Of wild animals: dodechatar chucu co n-graín móir ┐ sésselbi, Alex. 740 . Of the sea: seastan ┐ seiseilbi in lera, TTebe 307 .

séissilbech

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adj o, ā (séissilbe) tumultuous : co tigib seselbacha Mairt, . . . dea na cath ┐ na congal, TTebe 2601 . adv. intessilbech .i. commór frithorcun du channandib oco. Aliter non uoluisti translatos habitare tumultuarie .i. intessilbech .i. co nhuail- betaid ┐ discirri, Ml. 63b8 .

As subst. o,n. inna sisilbecha (sic) gl. quanta tumultaria (uendentium), Ml. 120d4 .

seit

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Forms: tṡeit

n d s ? : domrad-sa leis 'san teach mor, | ait a mbáoi an sluagh ac comhól, | as romc[h]engal thiar 'san tṡeit | aghaidh d'aghaidh rem chétṡeirc, Buile Ṡ. 126.23 (` house (?)').