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).

serbus

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n (cf. 3 serbad) perversion, distortion (of evidence): íctur in urain bís etir in dá einiuclund na fechemhun dia ndernut s.¤ oc airbiurt `if they commit any blunder in pleading', Laws i 296.4 Comm .

serc

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Forms: Searc

n ā,f. A dependent gen. is usually objective but object may in later lang. be introduced by DO ( Fél. Prol. 148 , St. Ercuil 1140 , PBocht 5.34 ); also once with FOR ( St. Ercuil 1169 ). Described by Thurn. Gramm. § 721 as `vb.n. of car(a)id' (cf. Pedersen § 677 ) but see Thurn. Gramm. p. 683 (Trans- lators' Notes 157 ) ; see also Stud. Celt. ii 92 .

love (both sacred and profane): mór in ts.¤ condechuith in crucem pro nobís, Wb. 22b11 . cid intain ronmoitsem ní bo ar seirc móidme, 17a13 . s.¤ dáe dúibsi et far s.¤ si do dia gl. caritas Dei, 18b21 . móa léu sercc a tuile quam dei, 30c11 . coro fessid méit for serce lemsa gl. ut sciatis quam caritatem habeam habundantius in uobís, 14d16 . is uisse a sercc dorat mór di maid duún it is proper to love Him, 4b10 . húise a ṡ.gl. amandus, Sg. 59b5 . amal as n-ed as moam s.¤ linnai adchotadsam triar saithar saindiles, Ml. 92c5 . arnach corathar i mmoth ┐ machthad dia seirc ┐ dia n-accubur, 68b9 . combad cutrum- mae frisin seirc rocar Crist inn eclais, 65d5 . inna sercae gl. affectionis, 53c10 . nī bu ūarach im ṡeirc Dé (of St. Brigid) Thes. ii 332.2 ( Hy. v ). s.¤ mór do Macc Maire `great love for Mary's Son', Fél. Prol. 148 . ar ṡeirc ríg ro charsat (rocarsat, rotcarsat, v.ll.) `for affection towards the King whom they have loved', May 8 . foruigenai dia Coimdid itir homoint ┐ abstainit . . . ┐ seirc nDé ┐ chomnesom, Trip.² 247 . do s.¤ am anmuin, do grad im craidhe (a prayer), Ériu ii 90 § 12 . ro char sercc tecmuis, RC iii 345.4 . ní frith luth seirce sóerligi | . . . conom thicse, LU 8328 (rhetoric). as descaid serci sírsilliud, 10728 . fo chosmailius Con Culaind ┐ ara seirc for love of him, 3260 ( SC 5 ). ro charas tusai ┐ tucus seircc ┐ inmaine duit, IT i 120.23 ( TE 5 ). is grád do macalla | mo grad-sae, ┐ mo ṡercc ┐ m'inmaine dontí da tucus, 124.21 ( TE 9 ). miscais in chenn- tuir s.¤ ind altair `hatred of this world, love of the world to come', Ériu vii 138 § 1d . do urail a seirci fuirre `to press his love upon her', Laws v 294.z Comm . na ba machtad la nech comdire don[a] athlaechuib . . . mad beith dia seirc la Dia ┐ di met a saethair, iv 366.19 . is mac faosma ar searc `adopted from affection', 288.y Comm . altrumu seirce cen iarraith `fosterage of affection without fosterage-fee', ii 168.z (glossed: in taltruma do ni nech ar se[i]rc (sic leg.?). asbertsi frimsa dombérad seirc mblíadnai damsa, TBFr. 334 . ar met a seirci leis for the love he bore her, ZCP xiii 262.17 . fer díb cech lái fri seirc sét | dia ṅgeilt is dia lan-chomét, Met. Dinds. iv 338.19 (`to guard the stock from sickness'). ? g pl. fada a ghúbha re saoth searc (: righfheart), ML 22.11 . ba eth as[c]nam isin flaith | . . . | in ri berus breit[h] for cach, | a s[h]erc ┐ a omun, MacCarthy 134.g . impait o sheircc in domain-sea forab airchindech diabul, PH 7118 . is e ro-mid ar nefní na huli ar mét serci Crist occe, 1674 . tanic s.¤ ┐ sirinmaine doib innd fir robai ar echtra, TTebe 223 . cuiridh Íosa . . . | briocht seirce san té thoghas `the charm of attractiveness', Aithd. D. 37.3 . la truma a seirci for E., St. Ercuil 1169 . co roibhe s.¤ siradhbul aigi do[n] mnai, 1140 . dá bhrígh budh dleacht dúnn | searc do rígh na ríogh, PBocht 5.34 . i mbeirt chumhadh | do sheirc Iarla Urmhumhan, Aithd. D. 36.7 . dáil a seirce `the bestowal of her love', TD 29.17 . tibhre seirce 'na silleadh `a smile of love', 13.8 . searc mná Ír dhuit, Aoidh, ná léig a bhfaill, 35.1 . g s. used attributively: ic torrachtain lennain ┐ mna serce `lady-love', RC xiii 222.38 . do thuit a dleacht-scéimh sheirce | dá gnúis álainn inniolta, Keat. Poems 1121 .

As the name of a group of tales: mad ferr lat . . . fisi ┐ serca ┐ sluagid, Anecd. ii 45.20 . Serc Crede do Canann mac Gart- nain, 46.3 . As npr. Searc (a hound's name), Oss. iv 20.13 .

a beloved person or thing (cf. sainṡerc): asbert Findabair iarum ba hē a céts., TBC² 2914 . is tusa mo cedghradh-sa ┐ s.¤ mo chridhe, St. Ercuil 525 . a shearc m' anma (to the Trinity), Aithd. D. 70.1c . clereach gen ni | ni searc ri neach, IT iii 84 § 76 . ? To this: airer sula s.¤ , O'Dav. 178 .

Compds. ¤ball: Aigi sáir co serc-ballaib `of the love-spots', Met. Dinds. ii 66.16 . ¤betha: mór mo shúil ré sheirc- bheathaidh `delightful life' (sc. in Heaven), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxi 9 . ¤bla: fria serc-bla sláin `loved spot', Met. Dinds. iv 84.63 . ¤blad: ar bar serc-blaid sír-éistid `loved fame', iii 16.192 . hi flaith Nechtain . . . | co serc-blaid co sith-rúin, 218.30 . Da- mairne co serc-blaid sain, 282.71 . ¤brath loving betrayal (?): gabhaim oram mar iúl ghlan | senchus bhur sean do dhear- bhadh, | dar searcbhrath séd mo sheisi | san séd shearcach shuirgheisi, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 277.143 . ¤chluthair (see clithar, Meyer Contribb.): suadhach shámhghlan shármhaith shearc- cluthair (of a fair woman), Hackett xii 11 . ¤ṡiur a loving sister : brathar duit M. | sercsiur duit in mathair dan mac, Cog. 122.6 .

In adjj. derived from nouns: ¤gnásach: n pl. serc[g]nasai boairec `a 'bōaire''s favourites (?)', BCrólige 54 . ¤thnúthach desirous of love (?): do charas tar aon an Déirdre dheagh- ghnúiseach | . . . shaor-ghlan shearc-thnúthach, Keat. Poems 63 (`love-envious, exciting envious love', Glossary).

sercach

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adj o, ā(serc)

(a) beloved, lovable : Pais Gluceri deochain, | diar fiadait ba s.¤ , Fél. Jan. 14 (`to our Lord he was loving'). la líth ind ḟir ṡercaig | féil Barri ó Chorcaig `of the loveable man', Sept. 25 . inti is s.¤ lais, bis ina gnais, a mac .i. no dalta, BCrólige 54 gl. 7 . bad enigh gurbat s.¤ , Anecd. iii 13.12 . bat hēmich corbad s.¤ `be compliant that you may be well-loved', RC xlv 16 § 3 . ni techta on na hasairg .i. noco techtand flaith echtrand ni is on i n-inchaib smachta cana nama, ni is uasal s.¤ leis, Laws v 442.5 Comm . Issau slechtach, slicht imracht, | robo serccach la Issác, | is Iacob, co n-idnaib ail | ropo inmain lía mathair, SR 2826 . Dubthach Dæl Ulad .i. aduath Ulad ar nir bho ṡearcac[h] la h-Ulltu a ro marb in ingeanraidh, BB 251b32 . sgaradh sé a dhíchealtair ndúir | re a ghné mbúidh síthshearcaigh séimh, DDána 79.22 .

(b) loving; partial, biased : scarad . . . lanamna lánshercaigi im leth-orddugud a lleptha, LL 243b24 . ma fiada forgill ni bi fuillmech feilisach, ní bí sunnra[da]ch seircech, ni bi eitsech eascorach, O'C. 2601 ( Eg. 88, 51 ). torsech cech s.¤ , Tec. Corm. § 15.4 (`every lover is melancholy'). Cf. tormaidid (leg. tor- maigid) cech s.¤ , Arch. iii 229.99 (`every loving person is in- creasing (in love)', ZCP xvii 61 § 21 ). eól dam co soirbi sercaig | Benn Foibni, Met. Dinds. iv 86.1 .

? To this: beir gnim sęgla serccaige | do rig ębna achtaige, IT iii 11 § 16 (cem sægla searcaide, v.l.). Superl. find-ben ba sercaigthi (leg. sercaigi) serc, Met. Dinds. iii 198.23 .

sercad

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x see LU 914 cited s.v. sercol(l).

sercaid, seircid

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n [i,m.] (serc) a lover : s.¤ gl. amans, Sg. 124b3 . sercid gl. amans, 188b4 . rop s.¤ fis ┐ érgnai, Tec. Corm. § 6.40 (seircid, serce, searcach, v.ll.). fili graece a filei (φιλεῖ) amat dicitur .i. seircid foglamo, O'Mulc. 537 .

sercaidecht

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Forms: sercaidechtae

n ā,f. (sercaid): sercaidechtae `of amatoriness' (gl. amatoriae which is translated as a noun), Sg. 63b7 .

sercaige

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n ,f. (sercach) lovableness : fria saíre ┐ súarca ┐ s.¤ (of Helen), LL 231a37 . ím ordan ┐ im erdarcus ┐ im ṡercaighi, 402b13 . suthaighi na hindsisin, a saimhe, a sercaighi, Lism. L. 3866 .

sercaigid

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v (serc) loves : ci atresat afrithisi | ni ba selba ser- caighfit | i cur dochra dib, BB 277b46 = searcaidhfidh, BR 196.10 .