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 .

sercamail

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adj i (serc) lovable, attractive : tiad gnúisi giolladh ndorrdha | reimhe a reachtoibh searcamhla `turn to loving forms', Studies 1919, 257 § 16 . do chuir sí a súil do chabhair, | do thréig a sleacht searcamhail, Keat. Poems 1138 . do ghlór gheanamhail shearcamhail sháimh-cheart, 418 . ris na cúig mnáibh . . . déag is áilne ┐ is searcamhla san Midhe uile, Keat. iii 2799 .

sercda

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adj io, iā (serc) loving (?), beloved (?): fan dtréad searcdha saoidheamhail (sc. the Franciscan monks), DDána 122.19 .

sercoi?

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ind it ē saigdi goine sūain | cech trāt[h]a ind-oidc[h]i adhūair: | s.¤ lie gnāsa īar ndē | fir a tōib tīri Roighne, Ériu ii 15 § 1 (`pangs of love . . . for the company of the man . . .').

sercol(l)

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Forms: sercla

n (? Lat. ferculum Dinn. s.v. searcal , Celtica xvii 53-58 ) n pl. sercla, Sg. 63a11 (gl. irritamenta gulae), LL 117b23 . `titbit, relish' (Críth Gabl. Vocabulary), a delicacy : ceo ni coirm ceo ni sercoll saith sechnais beoil .i. ┐ ni ebed coirm nó ni carad coirm ┐ nírbo sercad leis co ollsaith do sechnad dano in beoil, LU 914 (ACC). bíathad deise dó . . . imb i ndomnachaib, serccol tar(r)sain[n] la sodain—duilesc, cainnenn, salann, Críth Gabl. 149 . imb dó co serccol tar- sain[n], 300 . batir é a ṡercla grut bruithe. mór luatha. mera derga. caera glassa. diasa loscthi, Irish Texts i 33.11 (= LL 117b23 ). is licet doaib sercla tírmai di cach toruth `dry relishes of all sorts of fruit', Ériu vii 140.10 . cosin sercoll so-chenēlach, co mid, Aisl. MC 99.16 . is maith do chuit, a Gráinne | is ferr duit inda ríge, | serccoll na cailech feda, | la banna meda míne, RC xx 264 § 73 ( ACC Comm . ). Hence: searcoll .i. feoil choileach feadha amhail a dubhairt Diarmuid o Duibhne isin rann: As maith do chuid a Ghrainne, etc., O'Cl.

Serdae

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adj io, iā (a) (based on Lat. Syria) Syrian ; as pn subst., a Syrian : fri ssians nebraide ┐ s.¤ , Ml. 37a6 . la serdu ┐ ebreu, 36c6 . co tir na mBachtriana ┐ co tir na Serrda, BB 493b41 = co tír na Serrda, Alex. 612 .

(b) (Lat. Sēres) Chinese Ériu xxxviii 73 . Serdai co sirblad, Rawl. 78a14 .

(b) (Lat. Sēres) Chinese Ériu xxxviii 73 . Serdai co sirblad, Rawl. 78a14 .

serech?

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n recur s.¤ sárlatir, LU 10381 (rhetoric) = recar s.¤ sárláitir, Comp. Con C. 58.13 (`for serr-iach a kite ?', Gloss.).

seregra

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n (? 1 serg): an adharc do cur . . . ar bunuibh in righthigh ┐ folmaighe si ann sin ona lamhuibh ┐ fóiridh in s.¤ bis inntu, Reg. San. p. 30.12 (` dry eczema?' Glossary).