serbann

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n f. oats : ni bo chomailt far serbainn | [a]ro milt for uibh Cerbhaill, AU i 110.8 = for serblinn, Fél. 134.15 . See Loth, RC xlii 61 .

serbas

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n u and o,m. (1 serb) bitterness : an serbhas fil léo (of apples), BNnÉ 294 § 14 . lan don tserbus ┐ coimhlínta do gallraibh bitter sorrow, Smaointe B. Chr. 4174 . tainic la na toirrsi moire ┐ in tserbais aird, 3958 . go ngníomhuigheann searbhas i meanmain an pheacthaigh, TSh. 9478 . beagán searbhais sna cúláiribh (modica amaritudo in faucibus), 4915 . is follus go dtig don pheacadh sáilín seire searbhusa do bheith 'na leanmhain, 9573 (`bitter end (?)', s.v. sáilín). an mhéid do chruadhaoge ┐ searbhais bhis ar croidhibh na ndaine, ITS xxix 188.16 . éad, searbhus, fuath, Donlevy 348.6 .

serbatu

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n t,m. (1 serb) bitterness : ro-cumscaigit iat uli o dhom- blas a serbatad ┐ a n-aninde `with the gall of their bitterness and animosity', PH 129 .

serbdacht

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n [ā,f.] (serbdae) bitterness : a serbhdhacht bhur croidhi, ITS xxix 188.19 .

serbdae

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adj io, iā (1 serb) bitter : longad serbda sēimide (of a hermit's fare), Ériu ii 56 § 9 .

serblinn

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x see serbann.

serbóc

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n ā,f. (1 serb) `bitter drink' (TSh. Gloss.): gurab eagail don druing ibheas brogoid na beatha so i dtús a ré do bhríogh gurab gnáth ris an saoghal searbhóga do dháil dóibh i ndeireadh a n-aimsire, TSh. 8347 . Of persons: fá ama na daoirse ag síol gach searbhóige (of the Williamite planters), Ó Bruad. iii 216.8 .

serbóntacht

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n [ā,f.] (serbóntaid) servitude : gurab é do saor o thigh na daoirsi . . . ┐ ó sherbhóntacht . . . ind, O'Hussey T.C. 131.17 .

serb(ḟ)óntaid

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n (based on AN servaunt, Risk 634 , influenced by fognam) a servant : serbhóntaidh díles an Duilemhan, BNnÉ 275 § 254 . ar serbhontaidhe Dé . . . .i. ar Mhaodócc, 209 § 64 . acc onórucchadh aroile, mar dodhénadh serbontaidhe a thiccerna, 275 § 253 . dobo doígh leis an serbḟoghantaighi comadh é fein budh thigerna ann andiaidh Abraham, Maund. 110 . fechtas eli do C.C. . . . do gair a serbfhoghantaidh fen cuice, BCC 244 (248.10) . más searbhóntuigh do Dhia mé (`sierva'), Desid. 1502 . bheith aṁ buachail ag do shear- bhóntaidhibh, ┐ am shearbhóntoigh ag muinntir do thighe (`esclavo'), 6926 . go mbí gach aon . . . 'na s[h]erbhfhoghantaidh ag an diabhal, Parrth. Anma 114.1 . serbhfhoghantuidhe Dé, 98.11 . an searbhfhóghantuigh mainneachtnach, Donlevy 98.10 .

serbos

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n (? = Lat. cervus): searbos .i. fiadh `a deer ', O'Cl.

? serbsi

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ind ord æra serbsi as indin indinn, Ériu iii 137.76 (rhetoric).