Serrchenn

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pn g pl. Saracens : mét na n-Arménech . . . | is sonairti na Serrchenn, ZCP i 112 II § 1 .

serrda

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adj io, iā (1 serr). Of chariots: armed with sickle-like blades: amal téit carpat serda tré chath, LU 438 (ACC Comm.), glossed: .i. carpat claidbech, RC xx 148.16 . dréim fri fogaist co ndirgiud crete fora rind ┐ carpait serda. ┐ fonaidm níad for rindib sleg (in a list of Cú C.'s clessa), LU 10344 . dore- blaing ind err gascid ina chathcarpat serda co n-erraib iarnaidib cona faebraib tanaidib cona baccánaib ┐ cona bircrúadib, 6479 . in carpat serda a mmo phopa Laíg ar Cu C. in coemnacar a innell, 6380 . cccc. ceithiriad searrtha, BB 493b47 . Of swords, etc.: claideb . . . co n-ecrasaib s.¤ for dib sliastaib, TBC 1821 . Cf. i n-ecrus sesta, LU 10227 . Issias . . . a rainn do thuirisc serrda, Rawl. 75a9 . `searrdha' faobhar go ngaile, ┐ `serrdha' tesgaidhe, Met. Gl. 17 § 49 = . . . méd ngaile, O'R. s.v. searrdha.

serriam

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x see sirriam.

? serrtha

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part. of *serraid (1 serr). cut: `serrdha' tesgaidhe, Met. Gl. 17 § 49 . Cf. `searraim I mow, reap, cut; slaughter, kill; yawn, stretch the limbs', O'R. See also s.v. serrthalach.

serrthach

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x see seirthech.

serrthalach

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n (cf. serrtha) a sheaf (?); a wisp (?): as maith benait na Goill an gort . . . oir as iomdha s.¤ edarbhuas uaistibh, Cog. 255.23 . Cf. conár bo lia leó serrthai ó mheithil mór- adbail edarbuas ag buain guirt críon abaidh . . . inā folt os gaoith etarbuas uathaibh, 255.7 (= serrthlaigi, 190.8 ).

serrugad

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(vn. formation from 1 serr) act of cutting out, separat- ing : no gur sgairt an t-oificech . . . na heich uile do shear- rughadh `to withdraw all the horse', Rel. Celt. ii 194.25 .

? serthach ? sertach

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n the name of a disease of horses: gallra bunaid . . . deilgnech ┐ serthach ┐ leac os cru do eachaib, O'C. 1038 ( H. 3.18, 435a ). is iat na galair buna .i. sertach ┐ deilgnech . . . do eachaib, O'C. 1103 (ib. H. 3.18 447 ). is iatso na gallraibh bunaidh .i. . . . sertecha ┐ deilgnech . . . d'eachaibh, O'C. 297 (ib. H. 3.18 163 ).

serthonn

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n o,[n.?] the name of one of the poetic grades: serthonn .i. anrudh, ut est tanisi serthonn, O'Dav. 1425 . dire nansruth . . . dire sertuind, O'D. 2195 ( Nero A vii, fo. 135b ). Ceilbe cen chur i comma | nochor ṡona a ṡerthonna `not to put C. in verse was not lucky, O poets!' (Corr.). Met. Dinds. iii 54.12 (sertonna, serthondaie, sherthonnae, v.ll.). searthonn .i. éigeas. an tí bhios re seir, no re sáil an duinn .i. an ollamhan, O'Cl. Through misunderstanding: searthonna .i. éigsi, no ealadha. nochar sona a searthonna .i. nír bhó sona a éigsi, O'Cl. Cf. 1 sirti?

ses?

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ind s.¤ no carr gl. aptempna [Gk. ἐπιδέμνια?], Ir. Gl. 70 .

sesc, seisc

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Forms: sescai

adj o, ā and i

I dry, barren, unproductive : sescai gl. effoetas (oues), Ml. 100b19 . oc cairchaib sescaib . . . ocnaib mliuchtaib `with barren ewes . . . with the milch (ewes)', 100b15 . ói .i. caora, unde dicitur oisc .i. ōi seisc (ṡeisc, v.l.), Corm. Y 999 . ni aile nach seisc urrainn la feine .i. nocha ndlighann in tí bís sesc gan tochus gan innracus . . . `no unproductive person merits a share', Laws iv 386.14 Comm . na muca sesca, i 234.20 Comm . a mbad soírem na mban ┐ a mbad seisc dind folud, LU 5608 . bean uasal . . . do bhí sí aimrid nó seasg seal d'á haimsir, Eochairsg. 89.6 . d'iarraidh sleachta don lánamhain sin do bhí seasc i bhfad da n-aimsir, Keat. iii 4046 . bí an ghaoth adtuaidh seasg aimrid éadtoirtheach, TSh. 10722 . a mbeirionn gach áon díobh cúpla, ┐ nach bí áon cháora sheisg na measg, Cantic. iv 2 . ní theilgfidh éinní a nóga, ní mó bhéid seasc ann thfearann, Exod. xxiii 26 . aimrid, díosg, seasg, `barren', Eg. Gl. 22 . 'sa leigean chlisde deursgnach nár ghnathach seasg, 23 I 26, 188.6 . As adv.: ní gnáth siubhlach síor go seisg `barren of result', O'Gr. Cat. 482.7 .

? To this: oen suide flsc (sic) (oensuidiu seisc, oensuide sesc, v.ll.) domidsesc, Ériu ii 3.7 .

II As subst. a dry cow : ma atloat gaibter a sesci no a mblichta, Laws ii 120.10 Comm . do bhenamur . . . [a] trí dhīobh .i. dā bha boinni ┐ seisc. Marbhsum in seisc, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 22.2 - 3 . ? To this: leth gille fri mucca sceo sesctha (? leg. sesca) iar mbreith, ┐ trian ria mbreith, Laws i 276.21 Comm .

Compd. ¤ṡlabrae dry stock : e(i)rrech di ṡe(i)scṡlabrai i ndíthrub requisitioning of dry stock, Críth Gabl. 562 . im sisc- slabra anindle (sic leg.), im eocha, Laws i 184.13 (glossed: na dairt ┐ na dartada, no na colpacha ┐ na samasce, 190.3 ). anindle ech ┐ siscc[ṡ]labra . . . ni tuillet acht set ina muin la aithgin, v 404.26 .