selach

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o vn. of sligid, see also slige. act of hewing down, slaying : dia mbai ic s.¤ na slúag, SR 5355 . in máthair . . . | is í ba sond selaig sund- | for fund Belaig . . . `she was an axe-haft for cleaving' (Corrigenda Met. Dinds. v 132 ), Met. Dinds. iii 84.7 (cf. in sond slechtaide sliged, 410.4 ).

1 selad

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x see selat.

2 selad?

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ind fuli foa ún a ṡ.¤ frislas, LL 116a30 .

sélad

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vn. formation from séla. act of sealing : do dhénamh síothchána . . . ┐ do ṡéuladh na fīse súas `to seal up the vision', Dan. ix 24 .

seladach

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adj o, ā (sel) holding sovereignty alternately (?): clár an tSeachtmhaidh . . . | fán ealtain saoir sealadhaigh, Top. Poems² 1644 (: cladhaigh).

-selai

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ind ro selai delai fir muaid móinig .i. ro denusa sini ind ḟir maith móinig `I have drained the dug of a man goodly, treasur- ous', RC xxvi 16 § 18 (Imacall. in Dá Thúaraid). Cf. `selaighim I imbibe, suck', O'R.

selaig

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x see sligid.

selaigecht

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n ā,f. (sel)

(a) alternation of sovereignty : nachar damadh sīst nō sealaidhecht da bar sinnseraib um an oilén sa, ML² 1546 . conár bhiongnadh . . . Desmhumha d'iarraidh braighdedh ┐ a sealaigheachta ar Dal cCais óir ba hionann fuil dóibh ┐ do Dal cCais, Cog. 216.11 . Mac Giollapatraicc d'iarraidh na sealaigheachta, 13 . do ⃛selbhaidur clann Loch- lainn ┐ a slicht hé do comraind ┐ do tselaidhecht, O'D. 1962 ( Eg. 90, fo. 7 ). do caithidur a ⃛slicht do tselaidhecht . . . a ndiag a céile, O'D. 1958 (ib.). cia hiad na flatha . . . | thug dá chéile sealuigheacht, 23 G 24, 344.23 . sealaidheacht bliadhna ag gach fear díobh, Keat. ii 1291 . trí mic Chearmada . . . i bhflaitheas . . . ar sealaidheacht gach ré mbliadhain, 825 . sealuidheacht flaithis, eadhon, gach re mbliadhan (-ain?) ag gach aon díobh ar uainibh, i 222.44 . Cf. gach re nūair, ré sealuidheacht, by courses, Eg. Gl. 363 .

(b) a turn, a temporary assignment : sealoidheacht ní fhuair impe (of standing guard), DDána 96.2 . is dearbh liom nach anfá ar mh'inghin mar mhnaoi phósta acht go madh lór leat sealaidheacht d'fhagáil di, Keat. iii 2794 .

selaigid

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v (sel, see Thurn. ZCP xx 261 )?: ro selaig Cu Chulaind chuci (viz. in Liath Macha) iar tichtain dó asind loch co tarat a di laim imma brágit `er wand sich (kroch) zu ihn hin', LU 8459 ( FB 31 , H) (trans. Thurn. loc. cit.) = ro-s-ēlaid? see as-luí. See also ? slaïd.

sélaigid

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v (séla) seals, signs : mar so do shéalaigh mo shíodh, DDána 38.4 . ceanguil súas an fiadhnuise, séuluidh an dli- gheadh, Isa. viii 16 . anois, a Rígh, daingnidh an t-órdughadh, ┐ séuluidh an scríbhinn iondus nach áthruighthior é `sign the writing', Dan. vi 8 .

selais, selastar

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x see sligid.