séissilbech

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Forms: sisilbecha

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 (?)').

séited

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Forms: séideadh

u, later also o,m. séideadh, IGT Verbs § 71.5 . Vn. of séitid.

(a) act of blowing; a blast : mas iat spreda in tellaigh . . . is a ic d'fir seite the bellows-blower, Laws iii 190.9 Comm . amail bolga gabann ag gris-s[h]ēided, ML² 379 . in brat-nellgal oeingheal . . . do cailc na sciath . . . arna seitedh (seitiudh, v.l.) inn urarda, CCath. 5876 . ba deiniu inā seitedh teinedh . . . in ruathar roimher `a blast of fire', 5790 . fre seitiudh na siangaoithi, RC xiv 62 § 77 . seideth gáibulga (sic MS.) gl. flabella, Ir. Gl. 217 (see Pokorny, ZCP xii 308 ). co ticfa sédiud fa lucht in duine-marbtha i n-agaid shétid na fergi, PH 7524 . seideadh gl. lamen (? flamen, Ed.), Ir. Gl. 1019 . `sēit mo srōin' ar sé, at[n]aigh a lāim cuici da sētiudh, Moling § 38 . uamh an tseididh `cave of the puffing' (in Iona), Reeves Ad. p. 431 . Cf. Poll a tséideáin, O'Don. Suppl. s.v. séideán. go ttréigitt a ttrealbha laoch | dea séite na síonghaoth `the gods who blow blustering winds', Studies 1921, 74 § 4 . tig séideadh séitreach do ghaoith na n-árd, Keat. Poems 553 . séideadh borb-thonn `spiritus procellarum', TSh. 6196 . seachuin an stróinse fear séidte na h-adhairce, Munster Poets 168.18 . le síoda ag séide a shrón, 202.5 . oc s.¤ súas act of inspiring : mothuighim an Sbiorad . . . ionnam fein, ┐ i dom sheighdeadh suas don taobh asdigh, Luc. Fid. 290.8 .

(b) act of breathing out : an tan nach mothuighid ag séideadh nó ag tarraing a anáile é, TSh. 1896 . dá fhéachain an luaisgfidh an cleite lé séideadh nó lé súghadh a anáile, 1895 . oc s.¤ i breathing upon : ag seideadh ina dhisgiobluibh trath dubhairt: glacuidhe an Sbiorad naomh, Luc. Fid. 241.10 (insufflavit, John xx 22 ). Fig. ar mbeith do Shaul fós ag séideadh bagair ┐ marbhtha a n-adhaidh dhisgiobal an tighearna, Acts ix 1 .

(c) s.¤ fo incitement : séideadh feirge is fuatha fún, DDána 44.10 . 's as taithniomhach do lasainn le na shéideadh fúm `and pleased did I light up at all that he suggested to me', E. O'Rahilly (1st ed.) 276.40 .

1 séitfedach

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n ā,f. (cf. séitid). Of animals and men, a snorting, panting, blowing : ho sétfethchaib gl. flatibus, Ml. 16b10 (of horses). noco cualadar . . . análfadhach na n-ech, sétfedhach na miled, CCath. 476 . o'tcualatar . . . sétfedhaigh ┐ anal- f[ad]aigh na n-anmann[a] n-inndlighthech, 1838 . bolgfadhach ┐ seitfedhach . . . na n-anradh, 5869 . re srenghail ┐ séitfedaig na sinnser, MR 192.4 . beicedhach ┐ seidfedach na piast . . . muiridhe, RC xxviii 310 § 1 . seitfedhac na ndaine, Ir. Astr. Tr. 148.1 . an cuiged rann do ghaith .i. anál an duine ┐ a seitfidhach, D iv 2, 54ra7 .

2 séitfedach

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adj o, ā (cf. séitid) given to panting, puffing, blowing, snorting : nuall na mbledmall ṁbeccedach | . . . | sluaig na sedlaṅg setfadach, SR 8111 . sé (sc. in scáilfer) sotal sucach séitfidach, LU 8518 ( FB 37 , H). súlmar, srónmar, sétfethach (of the Dond Cúailnge), IT iii 246.5 . a gingobaiph . . . na serrach sulchruinn sronfairsing seitfedach, CCath. 4958 . conderna eocho trethi timmi . . . seitfedca anescaidi dib, 3137 . srónmhael suntach seitfethach (of a cat), Tromd. Guaire 767 .

séith

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adj (cf. séithlech) shrunken (?): mell seith a suil (meall sergtha a súil, v.l.), Ir. Texts i 30.45 (of a dead pig).

seithem

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n ` rest, quiet ', TSh. Gloss.: nach bí fuaradh ná furtacht, lagadh na laghdughadh, seitheamh na socamhal ag neach ionnta (of the pains of hell), TSh. 6566 . ní bhí socht ná seitheamh ar an aidhbhirseóir do shíor, acht ag gabháil timcheall an duine, agá fhoráileamh air olc do dhéanamh, 7016 . nach bí socht ná seitheamh, treall ná treimhse eatorra, 6647 .

? seitherrda

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ind sithfhir .i. fir sheithearrdha .i. fir laidire, O'Cl.

séithlech

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n [o, m,] (? séith) a shrunken, thin, decrepit person : na shéithleach airgthe, Ó Bruad. iii 128.12 . an séithlioch searbh gan sealbh, gan saidhbhreas, ZCP v 205.11 (Mid. Court). ní chaithfeadh . . . | . . . spreas do shéithleach cíordhubh | liom síne, Munster Poets 146.19 . See Dinneen s.vv. séithleach, séithleán. ? To this: Banbha i Sliabh Mis go slóghaibh | séithreach (? leg. séithleach) tuisleach, Keat. ii 1286 (= siriuc, Todd Nenn. 246.4 ).

séitid

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v

(a) trans. and intrans. blows, blows across, wafts : setir ┐ astoither oc imfolung ind oír promthi, Ml. 38d18 (of blowing a fire). moscing srathu sréid sergi sétid maige midglinne, LU 8669 ( FB 50 rhetoric). slicht a asna triana étach | bá léir dána séted gáeth, LU 647 ( ACC 23 Comm . ). gaeth . . . sétis de sen seol siar snímach, Anecd. i 52 § 18 . esnadh gaithe rodo seite | . . . | co hindsi naird, Snedgus u. MacR. § 22 . Pret. with suff. pron. clō .i. gaoth ut dicitur : Curchān tar sāl septais cló .i. setis gaoth, O'Mulc. 276 = septus (leg. sephtus) CIH ii 609.18 , iii 1070.40 (Dúil Dromma Cetta) = curcan tar sal sephthais cloth, NLI G 50 110 . do seit gaeth hi (sc. in bairc) a crich aile, Laws iii 424.17 Comm . sēitsidh (= séitis or séitid) . . . forsan tene, Anecd. i 73 § 209 = séitis cona anail co rolas an tene, RC x 88.15 (ICM). trefet .i. . . . tresa seiter teni, Laws i 144.2 - 3 Comm . sétis ind óibill, lassais in sopp, Aisl. MC 15.20 . d'ḟoltaib na bhfhear ro shéid . . . in gaoth cugainn, Cog. 251.2 . co ro sétea a mmíasa uadib amal dulli darbri, TFerbe 92 . ná séid aoibhil gan ḟadúdh, Content. xxii 27 (a proverbial saying). seitid iar fir trena toin, O'Dav. 1561 . `sēit mo srōin' ar sé, Moling 38 .

Of blowing a wind-instrument: tárla . . . gur sheíd sé stoc, Judges iii 27 .

Of blowing bellows: séitter builg gabann acu fó'n coltar cur bo derg, SG 326.5 . ro seit(h)e sithbuilg sithi, BB 37b8 .

(b) blows out, expels, emits : con seideann sruth casracha teinead a taeb ant sleibi that he emits a stream of fiery hail, TTebe 1296 . fuil a croidhe 'na linntreach shéideas, E. O'Rahilly ii 33 . séideadh na drithleanna dhínn | an béal ro bhiath an t-airdrígh, Aithd. D. 49.35 . seidfir uait spiorad na haithisi ┐ in mhi-dhochais, ITS xxix 173.36 . lé tabairt an ghrádhasa seídther an Sbiorad naomh uatha araon, O'Hussey TC 24.18 (of the Holy Ghost proceeding from Father and Son). síatair (MS. siadair) denn do dinn 'dust is blown from dwelling-place' Ériu xvii 90 § 6 , cf. Ériu xxii 42 § 6 .

(c) fig. s.¤ incites, urges on, stirs up: séididh fúnn an chalainn chriadh, DDána 44.4 . séid fa ḟuighlibh na n-éigeas, Content. xxii 2 . doshéid an diabhal cogadh . . . idir cath- ruigheoiribh . . . na cathrach, Eochairsg. 112.26 .

seitide ?

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ind cuitechta serb seitidhe is esconn is etriathach, LL 386a27 (rhetoric). ? Cf. séith.