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(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.

séitig

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Forms: sétche, seitche, shéitche, seitceda, seitcid, seitced, ṡeitig, seitchib

n ī,f. g s. sétche, Wb. 10a21 , etc. Later n s. seitche, Laws v 132.6 . a shéitche , DDána 46.13 . L. Chl. Suibhne 51 . Later also with dental inflection: n pl. seitceda, Marco P. 53 . d s seitcid, D iv 2, 77ra46 . g pl. seitced, Marco P. 39 ; but cf. d s. do ṡeitig , Marco P. 39 . d pl. seitchib, 44 .

(a) wife, consort : manid co séitchi rocretis na tuic séitchi iar cretim gl. noli querere uxorem, Wb. 10a30 . ce choníis cor do sétche uait, 10a21 . fer oínsétche du na rructhae act oen tuistiu, Thes. ii 241.9 (Ardm.). is ed ainm setche samsóin gl. Dalila, Tur. 108a . tarraid galar séitgi n-alachta A., Trip.² 2345 . Ailill . . . ┐ a sétig .i. Medb, LU 2914 . ba sí comarli conírset sétig bad toga la Coin Culaind do thochmarc dó, 10161 . im dá sétig ind ríg. Ba híat rígna bátár hi fail D. in tan sin .i. Mairend . . . ┐ Mugain, 4219 . a mac ┐ a seitig, Mon. Tall. 86 (163.22) . indí . . . adellad ilsétchi `those that frequent various mates', 11 (132.1) . gach segainn cona séitci, MU² 198 v.l. (cona banshégaind, text). setig ind ríg `uxor Triani', Lat. Lives 57.10 . int abram hisin tugside seitig suaichnidh d'iar- raidh clainni, BB 236a31 . in nī is adamraigthe do-rarngered dó ┐ dia shétig .i. mac do thusmed doib, PH 5686 . Gilla an Comded . . . ┐ Gormlaith . . . a setid pusta, Ann. Conn. 1314.6 . ni ar uaisli . . . fhaidit la a seitchib, Marco P. 44 . ro bui seitchi (.i. bencheile) sochineoil a dingmala lais, Ét. Celt. i 79.5 .

(b) a fellow, companion (regularly applied both to females and to objects of fem. gender; `it is the female analogue of céle though much less widely used', Plummer MS. notes): is samlaid ruc cach ben dia seitche ar écin, LU 8256 ( FB 20 ). imsloc indara súil . . . sesceing a setig co mboí fora grúad sectair, 6456 . gach nindliged tēs fuirre co ndeoch fora setche, Laws iii 76.6 Comm . (of two churches). tulcasad for deriud na cetramthan tusighe ḟor tosach a sétci, IT iii 26.25 (metr.). tanic buden aile . . . tanaise da séitche eter lín ┐ chostud ┐ timthaige, TBC 5204 . `na tair na tair' ar in chetchorr `eirgg ass' ol a setig, LL 117a46 ( ZCP xii 398.13 ). benaid cend ceachtair de in da inailte fri araile combo liath ceachtar de de inchind a seitche, TBC p. 878 n. 2 . raga í ndegaid da shéitche, Ériu i 128.4 (to a loaf, bairgen). dálfaid in ben a ssétchi chucund . . . `the woman shall send her mistress to a tryst with us', RC xiii 381.2 . déini mo chobair or sí fria séitchi (to her serving maid), SG 414.20 . cach righi ó ngabail co setchi from one accession to another, BR 110.17 . ón gualaind co seitci, Acall. 4080 v.l. (cf. on cluais co céli, ib.). Applied to males, companion, fellow : is iat adber sin an luchtsa anuas dono .i. ua Bruic cona tseitchib, Auraic. 3382 . cumachtu diabuil cona shetchib, LB 146b20 . d'Enda ┐ do Pupa cona séitchibh, BNnÉ 80 § 156 .

séitir

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n a s. vigour, energy; competency (?): ruc a nert ┐ a tract ┐ a seitir uaidibh, conadh ar eicin do thuicedh nech dibh ní do irlabhra ó a chele, RC xliii 52 § 53 . is s.¤ la x . . . x is able to . . ., is strong enough to. . . . See 1 étir, séitrech.

séitire

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n io,m. (séitid) a bellows, a blower : im trefet . . . .i. in seitiri, Laws i 144.3 Comm .

seitrech

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x see sitrech.

séitrech

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adj o, ā (séitir). See Thurn., ZCP xi 310 § 6 . vigorous, energetic, sturdy, strong : ic dul seta ba setrech, Rawl. 76b27 . lasin slúag sonairt s.¤ , LL 225bx . sétrech cech saigthech, Tec. Corm. § 15.25 . corop suntaich ar sen-eich, corop séitrig ar serraig, CRR 6 . nimthasa ní do bhéarar lat acht mo bhean- nacht ┐ má bhéis i n-aicci cach bráthar dhuit combadh séidreach (a dying father to his youngest son), BR 200.21 . basa setrech saithech ┐ bá maith mo snám, LU 1352 (H). maro chloí denn rí s.¤ if a powerful king has changed colour, TFrag. 200.1 . cidh seitrioch foruair as can anmain foraccaib though it found him vigorous it left him lifeless, CCath. 5608 . Cf. St. Ercuil 1500 . tuc sádhud sétrech sircalma ar in ingin, cor' deghbris a cridhi, Acall. 6035 v.l. cocad saegtech, setrech, Cog. 100.25 . a reachtaibh seabhach (sic) séitreach sárlúth- mhar, Atlantis iv 196.1 . céile séitreach slán, DDána 67.16 . isna seicneadhuibh sēitreacha searbhróna do ficheadh do chēin, Cath MT 501 . sruth seitreach, sirlaidir, ZCP vi 102.23 . tig séideadh séitreach do ghaoith na n-árd, Keat. Poems 553 . Superl. in dream . . . as seitrige coisenas iat a llos na n-arm, CCath. 5490 .

Folld. by gen., by DO or FRI, strong (enough) to, capable of: ferais Mani tri crechta aidbli fair, ┐ nír bo ṡétrech comlaind . . . iarsin `kampffähig', TFerbe 423 niptar seitrigh a ndigalta i n-aimsir sidha, CCath. 1104 . ni ba setrech do chomorad cluichi chest na curaid isan uair sin, TTebe 2501 . ni ba seitreach . . . A. . . . fri tomailt bid, BB 497a26 . ni ba setrech re himurchur n-airm in fer sin, TTebe 1380 .

Adv. ro gabsat co setrech ┐ co ferda in tech co mmatain ┐ ní deochas forru ind, TFerbe 340 . dentar . . ., for Poimp, treoraiged in tsliged co seitreach remainn, CCath. 4768 . ro gabsat co sandtach seitreach ic ascnum in mormara, 2651 . do congaib lorg go setrech ar na sluagaib, Celt. Rev. iv 208.20 . do suidestur ar Fiad Ratha Cruachan co setrech sirchalma, Ann. Conn. 1309.3 . la siansan . . . na sruthann ac siledh co seitreach, St. Ercuil 785 .

In Laws. ráth s.¤ a competent security (?): raith seitrech, O'C. 2452 ( Eg. 88, fo. 37a ) = O'D. 573 ( H. 3.17, col. 442 ).

séitrechus

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n [u,m.] (séitrech) vigour, energy : o tainic suntaige ┐ seitreacas da slógaib ar ndul an tedma uathib, CCath. 3511 .

séitrige

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n ,f. (séitrech) vigour, energy : ro búi dá treisi ┐ dá sétrighi ro stiur in fer sin a luing . . ., CCath. 2037 . dorad seitrichi ┐ somenmain don tshlogh uili inni rogabsat do laimh, Aen. 2088 . ced gresacht a curad-san | . . . | a crodacht 'sa cobsaidecht | a saire 's a seitrigi, MR 154.15 . nocha sodhainge | Sil Setna re setrigi, 156.6 .

séitriugud

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u m. vn. formation from séitir. act of striving energetically; a vigorous attempt : stiurusmann lunga . . . ic seitriugud . . . inn agaidh na gait[h]e, CCath. 4615 . cur tercaighsett a seitrigthe gleaca .i. a cuir `his strong struggles, that is, his twists, grew rare', 2956 .

sel

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Forms: seala, sell

n o,m. (but g s. seala, Acts xiii 25 ). See Thurneysen, ZCP viii 76 ff . Meyer, Wortk. 47 . A form sell occurs, in the earliest texts only in phrase fri sretha sell, SR 6395 , srethaib sell (: dilenn), 2595 (cf. Fél. 68.15 ) and adverbially before an adverb of place, e.g. súas sell sechtair, TBC 2645 . Originally a different word? seall .i. seal, O'Cl. See IGT Decl. § 95 ( Ériu x 127.23 ).

(a) a turn : cach la s.¤ dún for imrádud dé in s.¤ aile for precept `at one time meditating on God', Wb. 15d9 . Saul iar selaib fri sním | dorat mebail for Dauid, SR 6249 . for rínd slebhe ro- bhadhasa . . . gosa t[s]eal so anois. . . . Acht cheana ingnathach in seal sin anuas. Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. 24.15 - 16 . línais dano cilarnd . . . ┐ dális doib s.¤ cach thrir lee (i.e. one pitcherful was assigned by her to every three), LU 1818 . roscarsam friar n-amalla | oca mbimmís fri cach s.¤ `at which we were wont to be ever', Ériu v 211.89 feib roclass, iar selaib slúaig, | Emain la Macha mongrúaid, Met. Dinds. iii 368.27 . nó mad fearr la tuaichliu tra | sell fri buaibthiu bladmara, ii 32.90 . ra chuirset ar selaib hí that they had arranged for it to alternate between them, O'D. 2259 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 21a ). s.¤ for slēchtain . . ., | s.¤ for salmaib, | s.¤ ic scrútain flatha nime, | . . . | s.¤ for sáethar . . ., ZCP v 497 § 9 , § 10 [dú] seal dí dá gach dhuine, DDána 10.31 . hi lloch oighreta go neimh, | seal doibh ann, seal i tteinidh, Ir. Texts iv 78 § 40 . gé beith seal étresi air, ii 25 § 3 . tabhraidh dhóibhsen a seal féin `their proper turn', O'Gr. Cat. 535.17 . ar gcoimhlionadh a sheala dhEóin (as John fulfilled his course), Acts xiii 25 . ba gnāth-bhēs bunaidh leō diaigh a ndiaigh gacha bliadhna a seal d'imchar in chanabī d'foghbhāil, Fl. Earls 190.1 . ro iarr B. orra seal an mhuilinn (i.e. a turn for having his wheat ground), Mart. Don. Feb. 15 . ní raibh agad innte acht seal `thy possession of her was but for a while', Oss. iv 28.10 . níor thuig a sheal d'fhagháil air `that he had only a spell of it' (of prosperity), A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 5 .

Freq. of the alternation of the right of succession as, for instance, between different branches of a family: conattaig side s.¤ a hathar don ríge, LL 20b14 . do gheall a seal don Mumain do, Caithr. CC 11.12 . i tig Temra nī bīa a s.¤ | in rī ac nach bīa in deichnebar, Arch. iii 223.z . tanic co maccuib Dithorbæ in s.¤ flatha, 325.26 .

(b) a while, a spell : do bhádhas . . . | ag féachain na n-éan re seal, Oss. iv 28.6 . (? To this: fer robæ sund fria sella | Bricriu noithech neimtheṅga, ZCP viii 218 § 18 ). beatha shíor ar sheal ngairid, DDána 37.2 . gorta re seal mbliadhna, TD 15.29 . seal dá ré, TSh. 5326 (cit.). nach tabhair i ndíol gach uilc . . . acht maitheas bréige, ┐ gan acht seal do thabhairt air sin féin dó, 9948 . gur chaith seal bliadhan i bhflaitheas Mumhan `some years', Keat. iii 3335 . Adv. airisem hi fothru- cad s.¤ bec iar nespartain, Mon. Tall. 144.8 . leigem sec[h]uinn seal go se | an cland so acht Ros fionn Failghe, LL 394.8 . de tanag tar Glend na n-echt | do beith seal ad coimedacht, Acall. 643 v.l. (= treall, text). seal beag re na bas, BB 444b27 . amal batar s.¤ fota ocin chomrád sin, LB 136b36 . tug . . . | secht ccatha seal sechtmuine, Rel. Celt. ii 295.30 . go ndéin beach dhi féin teach . . . | i n-a mbéidh seal go téagartha, Keat. Poems 379 . rí samlaid ni frith sunn s.¤ , SR 6999 . Fir Bolg batar sunna s.¤ , LL 8a19 . cia rādim nach s.¤ `at all times', BColm. 70.9 . imthūsa Moga N. innister sunn seal eile, ML² 448 . robaisium s.¤ 'na mnai ┐ s.¤ 'na fhir, TTebe 1630 . go ngebhdais righe an dara seal `that they would assume the sove- reignty alternately', TFrag. 26.24 . Cf. in seal bes in cnedh ac brachad, Ir. Texts v 3.z . seisem innti sealaib sealg, Lism. L. 3823 . do bhí seal ar fán, TSh. 2522 . cach ré s.¤ alternately : gach ré seal d'éis aroile, | i gceannas Chláir Úghoine, TD 26.14 . Muire i n-ar seilbh gach ré seal | gan m'fheidhm uile ar an aingeal, DDána 11.12 . ar s.¤ once upon a time: cōeco con is cōeca fer | luidhsidar leis sunn ar seal `upon a time', Fianaig. 54.17 . ni soinend acht ar selaibh only now and then, Acall. 2413 . do ṡ. for a while: mar bú leo Caiseal do sheal, BNnÉ 259.x . mad ó chintaibh an cind féin bes beidh an tennes do gnáth. ┐ mad ó'n gaile ní bí acht do thseal, O'Gr. Cat. 180.23 .

(c) Of space, a certain distance : luid ond indsi . . . | Depro- fane s.¤ siarthuaith, SR 4010 . dara formna síar sell sechtair, LU 6546 . ro-mebaid loim cráo ┐ ḟola dar a bél sell sechtair, CRR 12 . ic tindsaitin a fola sell sís for crettaib na carpat, TBC 686 . dar a midguallib síar seal sechtair, TBC p. 357 n. 1 . tanic s.¤ bec seochom, Laud 610, fo. 25d . nodo-séiti gæth s.¤ siartúaidh isan n-ocian n-imechtrach, RC ix 18 § 12 . anmanda . . . na ceit[h]ri sruth filit s.¤ seachtar eistibh, BB 16a38 . tur roard romor s.¤ o mur na cathrach sin amach, TTebe 2646 . Iarmuma ō Lūachair sīar sell | cusin glenn thīar 'ca tā Drong, Ériu ii 50 § 6 . o 'tchuaid Ísu s.¤ bec uadib for leith, PH 3036 . tainic R. . . . a n-iarmhoracht na Padanach ┐ do bhi seal imgcian uatha, ITS xix 82.2 . téid an fiadh seal ón loch, Keat. iii 2146 . do chuir a' Gen. tóraighecht orro seal don tslighi, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 15.z .

See seilcill.