selba(e)

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n ,f. (selb) Later also with dental inflexion. IGT Decl. § 4.4 . possession, ownership; property (cf. selb, to which some of the follg. exx. may belong): adeir leabar ní fuil saoire for ní dia sealbaith itir `there is no "saire"-exemption upon any of his (the kinsman's) possessions at all', Laws ii 20.1 Comm . nicon fail ina sealba isin doman nī nā tibre dam in his posses- sion, Corm. Y 698.11 . an ro boí di sétaib ┐ mainib it selbae, LU 8990 ( FB 74 , H). ó dolluid for selbai sláin | Fathlind maic Aeda Damáin `spread over the entire domain', Met. Dinds. iii 260.9 = for selbhaid slain, BB 379a21 . it [s]elba bai biaid co brath, Cog. 122.4 . bile díona dot shealbha an ógh, Aithd. D. 82.7 . cóir dhó dol 'n-ar sealbha, Dán Dé viii 17 . do bhádar fáidhe Fódla | dot athair dá ḟurḟógra—| . . . | sealbha ar ghoirm- inis Ghaoidheal, TD 21.17 . tionnsgnais Maghnus . . . | . . . | sealbha ar na críochaibh do chor, 32.42 . a dhuine do chluin gach maoin | na sealbhuidh da rachadh sibh | an ríamh (= a ríomh) sin is decair dhaoibh, Rel. Celt. ii 289.26 .

selbach

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adj o, ā (selb)

I having great possessions; possessive, grasp- ing : sreba sencha, selbcha sreith, SR 987 (of Paradise). Fergus s.¤ na sét, RC xlvii 296.11 . in sagart sanntach sealbach, ZCP x 52 § 24 .

II As subst. o,m. an owner, a landholder : fine mugraide cis ar s.¤ somaine .i. in fine gabur don muir innsaighter [a císa F] don tí ar a mbiat ferann, O'Dav. 1216 . mas e a rogha na s.¤ in crandchur, is crandchor do berat, Laws iii 442.5 Comm . maith dona selbachaib aithgin inich do gabail uathib, 15 Comm . crandchur do chur ar cach s.¤, co festar in s.¤ dib ar a torchair, 442.8 Comm . gidh mor da shealbachaib beas in gach thir `though great be the number of landholders in each land', iv 162 n. 1 . sétach cech s.¤ , Tec. Corm. § 13.30 . guais- sealbhach Ghleanna Righe valiant owner, DDána 96.20 . As n.pr.: mac do Chláirineach na ccath | an mac saoircherdach Sealbhach, Irish Texts iv 56 § 52 .

selbad

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u m. vn. of selbaid. IGT Verbs § 96 .

(a) act of possess- ing, possession : ar cor hi far s.¤-si et epert ammi mogæ dúib-si, Wb. 8d26 . is bǽs linni epert intí charas nech ┐ fortét focertar (sic MS.) side iarum hi s.¤ ind fir-sin foridtet, Ml. 30c3 . selb fini atarda .i. fine athar aga sealbadh. Selb flatha .i. a flaith aga selbu, Laws i 274.14 , gl. it cetheora selba bit for cach adgair ┐ adgairter: selb fini atharda ┐ selb flatha . . ., 260.4 f . minic righna a Raith Cruachan | do-clas Siubhan (?) na sealbad in possession of it, Irish Texts ii 56 § 53 .

(b) in concrete sense possessions, property, stock : co Temh- raigh . . . | mar a tā mo s[h]elbadh sét, Ériu ix 177 § 9 .

(c) act of assigning, ascribing : oibrighthe a dhúl ar thoil nDé | do shealbhadh dhóibh, Content. v 50 (`take the credit of').

(d) gramm. `a possessive genitive or its equivalent' (Bergin, IGT Pref. iv ): fir a shealbad uathaid. Na fer a shealbad ilair, Auraic. 1771 . is inund a thuistiudh ┐ a shelbhad `its parenta- tive (i.e. a genitive of origin) is the same as its possessive', 1892 . coisgidh sealbhadh réim mur so: ná sir clach na cuirre grían, IGT Introd. 20.y . no so: ná sir géill ar Gháoidhealuibh, 21.2 . ná sir ghíalla budh cóir ann, muna bheadh an sealbhadh, 21.2 - 4 (i.e. the possessive `na cuirre' and `ar Ghaoidhealuibh' which is the equivalent of a possessive prevent the inflection of `clach' and `géill' respectively). Cf. do sgoilt giolla gég don ghiús, | do bhrég liús na Sionna súas—cóir ó shealbhadh mur sin, 7 .

relationship, influence, dominance (?): cia baile in Uraicept[a] idta in sealpad saordu cin reim acht reim reimraiti, ut est luis ailme no bethe ailme .i. sealpad ita do ailm isin bethe ┐ isin luis?, Auraic. 4922 - 4 , i.e. in the spelling of la, ba (luis ailme, bethe ailme) the second letter is put in the genitive as though dependent on the first and this is regarded as an artificial genitive. Cf. 1730 - 1 . cid ara n-eparar fedha fri saidhiu? Ni ansa. Fobith domiter na tæbomna friu ┐ cainuaighter na focail dibh, ut est luis ailme, beithe ailme .i. la, ba. Is e sin in sealbhadh særdha cen reim acht reim remraite that is the arti- ficial genitive without inflection except inflection due to what immediately precedes it (?), 1000 .

an infixed pronoun : `ca neach ra mill ar maighdean'? Lochtach sin óir Sealbhadh feirinnsgne do chuir sé ar an mbaininnsgne; is amhlaidh as cóir: `ca neach ras mill ar maighdean'? `Ras' nó `ris' Sealbadh oibrighthe uathaidh faisnéise baininnsgne `ras' or `ris' is the third singular feminine pronoun anticipating a following accusative, Éigse ii 117.4 ff . sealbhadh agallmha ar faisnéis a second person infixed pronoun for a third, 26 .

s.¤ úama infixed pronoun of alliteration (a technical term for a meaningless pronoun infixed between the initial of the verb and the proclitic particle in order to prevent the lenition of the former): Sealbhadh Úama sunn: re hucht senrúathair slóigh Gall | énbhúachail dóibh ros díoghlann. ard do chéim a chéibhf[h]inn chais | a n-Éirinn féin ros fásais, Bard. Synt. Tr. 30.1 f .

selbaid, selbaigid

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Forms: sealbaim, selbad, selbugad

v (selb) sealbaim, IGT Verbs § 96 .

(a) pos- sesses, holds; takes possession of, seizes : sailmthech a slūaig selbait nōib `das Heilige besitzen', Bruchst. 146 . ticid a ben- nachtnachu selbaid flaith m'athar, LU 2324 (H). PH 3644 . ro ṡelbsat in nEoraip uli, LU 30 . Tibir, robo bean co mblad; | is uaithi sin rosealbad `from her comes the title of possession', Met. Dinds. iii 432.6 . do shealbhaigetar mar thalmain duth- chusa dōib fēin hī, ZCP xiii 180.8 . ot condnaircaisi in coróin rotlín ailges ┐ accobur in tséta taitnemhaigh currosealbais duit budhéin hí, D iv 2, 57va18 . do thselbhaidur clann Lochlainn ┐ a slicht hé do comraind ┐ do tselaidhecht, O'D. 1962 ( Eg. 90, fo. 7 ). Éire níor dhúthaigh dhó soin | níor shealbhuigh í 's níor chosain, Content. v 29 . ionnus gur shealbhuigheadar Osruighe ┐ Laoighis, Keat. ii 4791 . do réir na crīche fá sanntuighthear nó fá sealbhuighthear é (of wealth), Desid. 2548 . do bhuáil Israel é lé fáobhar an chloidhimh ┐ do shealbhuidh a dhúthaidh, Num. xxi 24 . an mhuintir . . . do chífeas ┐ do sheilbheochas Dia go síor- ruidhe `shall see and possess', Donlevy 204.14 .

(b) s.¤ ar establishes oneself over, exerts authority over: ar shealbhaigh d'eachtronnchaibh ar fhinibh iocht Chobhthaigh, Aithd. D. 35.4 . lá i dTeamhraigh ag Toirrdhealbhach | do shealbhaigh ar sheinBhreaghmhach, 20.1 . port ar ar sheal- bhaigh cairt Chuinn, 16.15 . tusa mh'athair as é a dearb | gi-bé do ṡealb athaidh orm, IGT Verbs ex. 886 . do naisg Tuathal 's do shealbhaigh | ar uaislibh Banbha i dTeamhraigh, Content. xv 44 . níor ghabh Meadhbh ná Corc ná Conn | port ar nar shealbh port na bpeall, DDána 119.5 .

(c) s.¤ do assigns to, gives into the possession of: do sealbhadh an bérla teibidhe sin do Gháoidhiol mac Eitheóir ó ttá Gáoidhealg, IGT Introd. 3.19 . an chiall do shealbh orruim d'fhior, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 228.75 . ar son go sealbhuighim sibh | d'U Dh. `though I present thee to Ó D.', Studies 1919, 440 § 14 . ro shealbhaigh an gobernóir bailte an tíre dho fein, FM vi 1912.9 . 143 nuimir na cceall dá selbhaighter secht nepscoip da gac cill aca to each church of which are assigned seven bishops, Ir. MSS. Ser. i 108.21 .

Vn. selbad, selbugad.

selbaide

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n io,m. (selb) an owner : beiridh a sealbhaidhe a gcroiceann leis (of colts), TSh. 3874 . tréud . . . nochar mharbhadar a sealbhuidhe íad, Zech. xi 5 .

selbaigid

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x see selbaid.

selbaigtheóir

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n i,m. an owner : a thabhairt da ṡealbhaightheoir, Triads p. 40 § 156 . See selbatóir.

selbán

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Forms: sealbhan

n o,m. (selb) a flock : do slaigheadh ina selbánaibh iat cona mbaoi ina seilbh do sedaibh for na conairibh . . ., gl. ro sleachta a sealbain sedaigh . . ., Leb. Gab. 66.7 = sellaib sétaib, LL 5b45 , sealbaibh sedaigh, BB 24b35 , selba setaib, Lec. 274ra40 . na trí muilt ba ramhra 'san tsealbhán, GJ vii 107b17 . bhíodar ag casacht ar shealbhán d'eunachaibh, 42 . `sealbhan a multitude, drove, herd ', O'R.

selbatóir

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n i,m. (selb) an owner, a holder : inní nach sealb doib féin ni sealbadoir duine eile asa nucht, O'D. 1962 ( Eg. 90, fo. 7 ). Critan mac Rete ba sealbathoir (= -tóir or -aigtheóir) do Fabur intan sin . . . ┐ is e dorat d'Feicin he, RC xii 340 § 33 . clochfuithear an damh ┐ cuirfighear fós an sealbhadóir chum báis, Exod. xxi 29 . See selbaigtheóir.

selbda

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adj io, iā (selb): ri fossud fial, febda, find, | sid sossud, selbda, soenmind inalienable (?), SR 590 .

selbugad

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vn. of selbaigid. sealbachadh, IGT Verbs § 106.21 .

act of possessing, obtaining possession of: rí oile nó go n-aghar, | ó bhfoighe sí a sealbhaghadh `until another king be found by whom she will be possessed', TD 27.19 . aicme a seal- bhuighthe those who possess her (viz. Ireland), Keat. Poems 1175 . go ndeachdaois ar neamh do shealbhughadh na glóire, Desid. 3323 . i ndiaidh an chonáich shaoghalta do sheal- bhughadh dhóibh, TSh. 9999 . nach diommolann Dia na saidhbhris, acht an dúil shanntach bhíos ag an duine réna sealbhughadh, 10039 . do bhéara misi dhíbh é, dá sheal- bhughadh, Lev. xx 24 . anam tuigsionach . . . lé ar ab fhéidir ē féin do shealbhughadh go síorruidhe `capable of possessing himself during all Eternity', Donlevy 8.12 .