sengad

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Forms: sengadh

u m. vn. of sengaid. sengadh, IGT Verbs § 105 . the act of growing thin, fading away : att . . . ag seangadh tumores . . . desinunt, 23 K 42, 206.1 . iar seangadh 'san dún sin damh, Tribes of Ireland 42.3 . In trans. use: a shengadh ar ngráidh thou who art causing my love to fade (?), Ériu ix 6. 59 . Fig. folld. by prep. AS the act of flinching, drawing back, evading : an gealladh bras do-bhéara | ní seangadh as fhoibéara `even thy rash promise thou shalt not strive to get out of', Aithd. D. 7.22 . buain i dtagra is seangadh as interfering in an argument and then evading the issue (?), Content. xiv 16 .

sengaid

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v (seng) grows thin, shrinks : o ro sheng a medón mas `when his shapely waist was shrunken', Ir. Review 1912, 250 § 10 . lám Aodha do ghenn a nglas | do ṡeng as caola na ccos, IGT Verbs ex. 912 . Fig.: go seanga do dhoirbhfhearg de `so that at this Thy fierce anger may relent', Aithd. D. 92.15 . créd rádh na senchadh mur sin | gu sengfadh ó chlár Chaisil that he would disappear, IGT Decl. ex. 1331 .

sengaire?

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ind conaicdís a hinathar tara craes ngorm ngairbh- fhiaclach tan consread seangairí ma cuit coimtidh chomadaís (describing a female champion), YBL 177a26 (= BB 257b19 ).

sengán

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Forms: seangan

n o,m. (seng). seangan m., IGT Decl. § 35 . an ant : s.¤ gl. formído (leg. formica), Cóir Anm. 263 . nochon fetarsa in ba cuil nó corrmíl nó ba s.¤ nom-gaib, BDD² 1504 . bec nar merblig in sruth dib amal ḟót s.¤ , Alex. 687 . dolotar ealta mor de senganaib ┐ meit serraig cech ai dib, RC ix 462.y . is marcach for s.¤ (in a list of absurdities), Aisl. MC 125.22 . on linn is seime na sin, doniter an nescoid re [nabur for]mica miliaris, . . . ┐ bi si mar seangan mor, Rosa Ang. 172.8 éirigh a ccionn an tseangain, Prov. vi 6 . na seangáin, is dream iad nach bí láidir, xxx 25 . Fig. seangán seanachadh na bh Fionn, | leannán ealathan Éirionn (of a person), Hackett liii 39 . púr díoghla darbh ndaol | doirbh ó dtig gach teidhm, | púr seangán nach soirbh | diombágh dún an deilm (of the seven deadly sins), Aithd. D. 52.7 . In n. loc. Teampall Cnuic na S.¤ , FM ii 1082.19 .

sengein

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ind seanghainn .i. gein áosda, O'Cl. `a child about to be born,' O'R.

sengrantae

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x see sengrintid.

sengrintid?

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ind is duáig in lua sengrintid (seangrainti, sengran- tae, v.ll.) sin ale, TBC 4411 = is duaig in luae sengrantaese lat beos, TBC² 2862 .

senistir

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x see seinistir.

senmaire

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n io,m. (seinm) a player, musician : is dó sein atberat in chruitiri ┐ int ṡenmairi, Trip.² 1644 . rigthech cuit s.¤ sáir `the shins were the share of the noble musician', Met. Dinds. i 26.169 . nocon ḟuair slántroit senmaire 'he did not escape unharmed from a fight with musicians' EIS 166 § 78 .

senmál

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n (1 sen+mál) ancient prince : As npr.: hi Clúain Sen- máil, Trip. 80.22 . Enach Senmail, LL 368e56 .

sénmar

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adj (1 sén) o, ā happy, prosperous : seunmhar .i. conáidh, Eg. Gl. 533 . Compar. an duine do bheith ní as sona ┐ ní as seunmhaire ioná iad féin, Donl. 168.20 .