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 .

senmáthair

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n (1 sen+máthair) a grandmother : it senmathir, Wb. 29d11 . ba foirbthe hires do mathar et do senmathar, 13 .

senmilg

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ind ? ogh [ḟ]ogal dna etlodh s.¤ (? leg. senmilge) in cor- gairech la Belltaine gid imgid lo[i]m tailtar and acht mas inud taladhea ┐ eneclainni mas tic taladhea is diabladh ┐ eneclann, O'D. 2364 ( Rawl. B 506, 43a ).

senmóin

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x see sermóin.

senmóir

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x see sermóin.

senmóntaid

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x see sermóntaid.