1 senamain

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n [i,]f. a kind of metre (the ex. given consists of lines of four syllables ending in a dissyllable): is hí . . . foglaím na bliadna tanaise . . . .x. setroda, ┐ s.¤ ┐ snaithe senamna (of the macfuirmid), IT iii 34 § 9 . is hi dano in ts.¤ , § 11 . le mac fuirmid mōin sōer setrotha | s.¤ suarim co fathaib feith, O'Mulc. 537 .

2 senamain

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x see fenamain.

senán

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ind (1 sen): s.¤ gl. senicio, Sg. 49b7 .

sénardacht

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n (sénair) sixfold nature or character : sex liniae . . . in unoquoque capitulo . . . cubaid tra s.¤ do beith isna caip- telaib, Lib. Hymn. 65.38 .

sénasach, sénascach

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adj o, ā?: Fergus Folcthech .i. Fergus mantach. Nó srénḟíaclach robói .i. sénusach roboi, Cóir Anm. 161 . beárrfad siosgaithe . . . an chnápaig . . . gháibhtig, mhiosgaisig, séanasgaig ` blinking ', E. O'Rahilly (1900) xxxviii 2 .

senascal

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x see senescal.

senathair

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n (1 sen+athair) a grandfather : arneat córus i rráith a athar ┐ a ṡenathar, Críth Gabl. 414 . Fótid ainm a ṡen- athar, Trip.² 82 . gur chuireadar i n-uaigh a shean-athar . . . é, TSh. 5642 . founder of a family, ancestor: progeneratoribus suis .i. is dosuidib tuistib nó senathrib, ZCP vii 485.16 (Enchir. Aug.). Srú . . . ar s.¤ , LL 3b16 . corp ar senathar Adaim, SR 2225 . in mac primgeni ro-chrochsat ar sen-aithrecha, PH 241 . bar sruthi ┐ bar senaithre, LB 151b20 . Scotorum Attavi .i. seanaithreacha na Scot, Keat. ii 5808 .

senatóir

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Forms: senátoir

n i,m. (Lat. senator) a senator : senátoir gl. senator, Sg. 50a25 . s.¤, 54b9 . sruithi ┐ senatoraigh na cathrach, CCath. 771 . cona senatoraib ┐ cona consulaip, 4878 . etir na ceithri .xx. senatoraib, 4758 .

senbaile

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n (1 sen+baile) old home, ordinary residence : im telguin in brog feoir don senbaili im Samain, Laws i 132.15 Comm . techt on buailidh gusan sen-baili, CF 524 . gurab é flaitheas Dé is sean-bhaile ré síor-chomhnaidhe againn permanent abode, TSh. 2753 . san teagh seanbhaile is dáigh dul, Aithd. D. 62.6 .

senbath?

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ind conid fri súan s.¤ srethaib cerd adbchlosaib erred (rhetoric), LU 10257 .

senchae

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n [io, later t,m.] (1 sen). According to Thurn., Bürgschaft 31 § 83 , an old secondary form of senchaid q.v. a custodian of tradition, a historian : ni senchae na-forngair naill `kein 'senchae' ist, der nicht Schwur befiehlt', Bürgschaft 31 § 83 . nibi senchae imrisin, § 84 . dia sasar slan brethaib senca la Feine, Laws v 458.9 , glossed: dia n-indsaigi tu lan breithemnuis na senchad, 18 Comm . atait a secht conosnat cach n-iumtaith- mech . . . sencha sir-cuimne, sein-scribinn deoga, etc., 368.3 . co n-epert . . . fria brethemhnai ┐ fria hsenchaibh (senchaidiu, shenchaideibh, v.ll.), Anecd. ii 73.11 . ar chomailliud in chotaig | do réir Dé, sochlai senchai, | ro crochdai in-oentel- chai, SR 6751 . sreba sencha, 987 . foclaid slóg sencha ar Sa- main, Met. Dinds. iii 334.19 .