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).

1 serg

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Forms: tsirg

n o,m.

(a) decline, wasting sickness : ma beith hi seurc gl. sí infirmetur, Ml. 142c3 . masa searg no do-galur, Laws v 132n. 3 . na hi ro uaisi gatus sirg dona macaib beca .i. camana, ┐ liatroiti, ┐ luboca, i 138.32 Comm . (etym. gl. on essrechta maccru). focherd A. i s.¤ de, LU 10730 (TE). uchan is crú mo craide | s.¤ for marcuch in maige, 3577 ( SC 29 . H). nisibed nech dib fín acht intí nobid i sérg = (nisi quem infirmitas cogis- set) Lat. Lives 93.1 . Attrib. gen. in ben tsirg cin sug nirt gl. anbobracht, Laws i 140.35 Comm . (cf. Corm. Y 42 ). ben sirg sin gus na fuil sailechtu fesi re fear féin, Laws iii 558.10 . in fer siric, i. 130.20 Comm . sarachan seirg (of a dead pig), Irish Texts i 32 § 54 . Cf. dia rob dall na bodar . . . no sirg, O'D. 934 ( H.3.17, 658c ).

In the same sense, s.¤ galuir: o ro erig in rig iarnabárach is amlaid ro bói, mar do beith i searg galair (sic MS.), RC xxiii 410 § 20 . gabais s.¤ galuir rí Caṅgigu co táinic a thiughlaithe, Marco P. 117 . i s.¤ galair . . . do chumhaid a mhná, Lism. L. 2794 . Donnchadh . . . do écc iarná beith hi seircc ghalair ochta re bliadhain láin `under pulmonary consumption', FM iv 962.2 . Fedhlimidh . . . d'écc iar mbeith i s.¤ galair fri ré fhoda, 972.6 = lubra, Ann. Conn. 1451.2 . nir dheilig taobh ré derccadh dhó acht a bheith a s.¤ siorghalair, ITS v 70.6 .

(b) as quasi-vn. act of lessening, shrinking, contracting, de- clining, wasting : adaig oc siniud . . . s.¤ for cech sírlo, LB 102 marg. inf. ro gab for s.¤ ┐ digbail, for crapad ┐ for feodugud `began to shrivel' (of entrails used for prognostication), CCath. 973 . atā . . . forbairt na teora mbliadan forro ō sin gusaniu, nō s.¤ na teora mbliadan (of people changed by a three years' absence), ZCP v 501.z . searg an uilc ┐ na fingala doden ar mo comalta as e ata ar mo tsirig, x 306.8 - 9 . deacair searg duilghe na dáimhe `it is difficult to abate the discontent of com- panies', TD 29.16 . dob orusa a searg mar soin | fearg na folasa Fiachoidh, 15.53 . an fhearg ní luaithe leat-sa | ná ag searg uaithe t'aigneadh-sa thy mind withering (?) on account of it, DDána 88.8 . searg, seargadh, IGT Verbs § 117 .

gaibid s.¤ abates, becomes lessened : a fhearg ┐ í ar galuibh | gabhaidh sí searg ar slighidh, PBocht 21.9 . ar s.¤ in his de- clining years (?): sláinte maith ┐ sé ar searg | nó gur chaith a ré ag Risdeard, IGT Verbs ex. 987 .

Compds. ¤esnach `lean-ribbed': ré sleasaibh seirg-easnacha a gcneas, TSh. 2266 . ¤mag `withered plain': debthaigis Dagda, nar diúit, | ri [luas] for serc-maig na sét, Ériu vii 228.22 (possibly n. loc.). ¤therc `shrunk and scanty': lind nach serg-therc fri sam-dul, Met. Dinds. iii 338.3 .

2 serg

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adj withered, wasted : gidh searg mo ghné mar aosmhar an- shúgach, Keat. Poems 78 . an taobh dearg dá ndúine dhamh | searg is a úire an t-áladh, DDána 11.24 .

sergad

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u m. vn. of sergaid.

(a) lessening, abating, diminishing : is .xl. la ro-bai in diliu aga fearthain ┐ .l. ar .c. la ro-baí gan tṡeargadh, Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. 23 n. 25 . iar sergadh dílinne, Geneal. Tracts i 37.3 . in la oc síniud . . . ┐ adaig oc s.¤ , LB 102 marg. inf.

(b) act of wasting away, withering : dochim Cclt . . . | . . . 'sa corp ar seargadh, Oss. v 134.12 . ní hadhbhar seargtha go seirc, Dánta Gr.² 67.1 . iad ag seargadh, súil re bás, 9.26 . bhíos . . . díomhaoin gan luaighidheacht iar n-a seargadh ┐ iar n-a ccríonadh a n-ionbhuidh a mblátha (of the works of the vain- glorious), Desid. p. 14 n . is amhlaidh . . . do bhí Cobhthach . . . ┐ é ag seargadh tré fhormad ré Laoghaire Lorc, Keat. ii 2500 . ag trosgadh d'á seargadh féin (= jejuniis se macerando), i 58.76 . fiabhras spioratdha . . . dá ngairthear sainnt, bhíos ag sámh-chnaoi ┐ ag seargadh an tsanntaigh do shíor, TSh. 7922 . na baill ar siabhradh ┐ ar seargadh .i. na lámha ar gcrapadh ┐ ar gcaolughadh, 1091 . nach bí biadh ná deoch aige, acht é i ngorta ghnáth ag seargadh ┐ ag feódhughadh, 4191 . atá an talamh . . . ag seargadh `the earth languisheth', Isa. xxxiii 9 . attrib. gen. fri snima seirgthi sóeba, SR 4287 .

sergaid

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Forms: seircid

v (serg) In O.Ir. glosses seircid. Cf. also LU 8355 , O'C. 1829 , cited below.

I

(a) becomes obsolete : sercim gl. obsoleo, Sg. 173a2 . ro seircset .i. nisfil hodie (gl. obsoleuerunt) `they have become obsolete', 178b2 .

(b) shrinks, diminishes, contracts, wastes away : for[r]ubart in lía becc . . . ró serccai im in lía mór, Trip.² 2062 . sergfait srotha, SR 8209 . is fer seirgeis i lligu, LU 8355 (rhetoric, FB 24 ). in tráth scáigfit mo gala ┐ sergfait mo gala, TBC 4613 . co sergsatt (of pigs growing thin), IT iii 236.43 . ró gabh galar mór intí Cobhthach . . . ┐ doṡearg co mór, co ndeachaid a ḟuil ┐ a ḟeóil dé, Cóir Anm. 93 . cia forbrid cia sergait in loch, Todd Nenn. 194.5 . seargfaidh do chlí claonfaidh t'fholt, DDána 43.7 .

Of plants, withers away : do shearg sé, Mark iv 6 . bláth beag shergas a mbeagán do læthibh, Mac Aingil 72.7 . go seargann [an duine] ┐ go bhfeódhann go hobann, amhail do-ní bláth an mhachaire, TSh. 3804 .

Of the sea, ebbs away: dá seargann an fhairge, Ó Bruad. iii 182.10 .

II Metaph. Of wealth, possessions: dia seirge in tothchas iardain if the property diminish afterwards, O'C. 1829 ( 23 Q 6, 47b ). sergait . . . máine in meic, ZCP xvii 230.10 . Of the effect of grief, etc., on the mind: aithguba sirechtach sercfid brú in churad o ingnasaib, LL 119b35 (rhetoric). do shearg m'aigneadh ós íseal, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 112.48 . go serga mh'anam a n-othras do ghrāidh, Parrth. Anma 377.21 . Of anger: nó go searg le snáth umha | a fhearg ní háth iondula, DDána 100.30 . Cf. buinne síothbhán nach searg guil (leg. goil?, Ed.) whose exuberance never diminishes, 66.6 .

III Trans. causes to diminish, lessen or shrivel up: anfo- bracht .i. nomen do duine ṡerggas ┐ timairges galar connā bī beo[i]l inna churp, Corm. Y 42 . sain ní dia fognai cech luib | . . . sasait, sergait, línait blait, SR 7279 . loisgnighe m'fhearg—do bh'fhearg mhear— | gur shearg t'fhoisdine mh'aigneadh, DDána 80.12 . mar sheargus sibh na sreabha | nách iomchruid na héigneadha, TD 15.53 . mar sheargaim ┐ mar ghearraim antholo an chuirp ┐ an anma uaim, Desid. 3039 .

sergat?

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ind in mili [cémenn] fil don espoc do maigin digona, is é sergat be fair sund in defir eneclainni ata itir in espoc ┐ cach gradh eclaisi fil fuí, O'D. 906 ( H. 3.17, 647 ).

sergtha, seirgthe

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io, iā part. of sergaid.

(a) withered, shrivelled, shrunken : gerr treaghta a thaoibh | meall sergtha a súil (mell seith a suil, v.l.), Irish Texts i 30 § 45 (of a dead pig). a ṡillide ṡiabhartha ṡearguithe, RC xxix 116 § 11 . féar tirim seirgthe um thráth nóna iarna bhuain, ┐ é úr-ghlas ar maidin sul bheantar é, TSh. 3800 . lámh sheirgthe, Matth. xii 10 .

(b) worn out, exhausted : ba thuirseach seirgthe aidhmheulach ro bhá Fionn, Oss. iii 162.3 . `seirgthe hectic, consumptive', O'R.

serig?

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ind ? gilla araclich claideb co scíath ar búaib mór s.¤ ar mnáib feraid fodil di fer lessaib ar óenathaib Ulad, LU 6121 (rhetoric).

sermóin, senmóir

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Forms: semnoir, sermon, senmór, senmora, sermone, seanmóire

n f.(Lat. sermon-) Once semnoir, Ann. Conn. 1249.11 . With non-palatal final: sermon, PH 2940 . senmór, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 8.18 . g s. na senmora , Acall. 4830 . sermone, Ann. Conn. 1249.16 . seanmóire, IGT Decl. ex. 1173 . See § 42.18 .

(a) a sermon, a moral discourse : o atchuala tra in uile popul in sermoin-sin, PH 239 . amal atbert Bernard naem i n-a shermóin, 7714 . a haithle na senmora ┐ in procepta dorinde, Acall. 4830 . adubairt senmóir ina fiadhnuse, Ét. Celt. i 87.19 . tráth seanmóire, DDána 60.26 . rí nar lean don chreideamh chóir | ní leigeadh seadh i seanmóir, 74.25 . cionnas chluinfid siad gan fhear seanmóra do dhénamh? Rom. x 14 . préaláide is lucht seanmóra `preachers', Keat. ii 6134 . a gcūrsa aiffrenn, trāth ┐ senmōr . . . do dēnomh, Fl. Earls 56.7 . ag searmón- taibh soisgealda na hEagluise, Eochairsg. 1.9 . tuiste nach seacha ar seanmóir `parent who will not spurn this speech of mine' (an elegy on death of a daughter), Ó Bruad. ii 120.25 . bídh na tṡoer bídh na thornóir | bídh mo laogh na leabhróir | bídh sé ag reic ḟiona is craicend, | mur a bḟaicend in sermóin `the gathering', ALC i 390.15 (of one who went about disguised to gather information). doctrine : a theachtaire thig ón Róimh | lena síoltar gach seanmóir, DDána 72.1 . adeirid . . . | risin ndochtúir ndiadhochta | . . . nach cert shíolus a shenmóir, O'Gr. Cat. 556.8 .

(b) an admonition, warning, lesson, moral : ní mó senmoir da dtánic a ndeiridh aimsire ná a ghirre do bhí sliocht na hiar- lachta dhá sgrioss a hErinn, ALC ii 286.27 . seanmóir don té do thuigfeadh, Studies 1924, 85 § 3 . a dtéid d'éag d'fhearaibh an talmhan | . . . | féaghaidh a leacht—lór do sheanmhóir—, Dán Dé xxxi 25 . fuair Banbha senmóir re seal | ō shen-róimh garma Gaoídheal, Gleanings 29 § 1 .

As quasi-vn.: bui Pilip apstal . . . oc sermoin ┐ oc procept, PH 2484 . dia ndiochur . . . ó geinntlidecht re senmoir breithre Dé, BNnÉ 125 § 1 . ata an saoghal ag seanmhóir, Dán Dé xxii 1 . do bi se uair ele ag seanmoir a tempall, Smaointe B. Chr. 2298 . is ar an cloich sin dobí Mac Dé ac senmmóir, Maund. 81 . rogab ag senmoir bréithre Dé, Aisl. Tund. 119 § 3 . ré triall do Phádraig do sheanmóir don Mhumhain, Keat. iii 348 . do bhrígh gur ung an Tighearna mé do sheanmóir sgéula maithe dona ceannsuighibh, Isa. lxi 1 .

sermóinn, seremóin

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n f.(Eng. or Romance loan-word) a cere- mony : dá laghad dá mbí an tshearmóinn, saoilim-si gu bfhuil onóir ┐ adhradh do Dhia innte, Desid. 6366 . énní dá mbea- nann ris an riaghaltacht naomhtha, mar atáid riaghlacha, statúide, órduighthe, ┐ searmóinne nó naomhghnáthuighthe, 6362 . an t-aifreann ┐ a sheremoine, Parrth. Anma 314.10 . do cheill gach coda don aifrionn ┐ a shermoinedh, 316.3 . nar ghlacuis briathra an sgrioptúir nó sereamoine na hegluisi a ccúis shúgartha, Mac Aingil 281.11 . See also sermonias.