? sescait

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ind fo fer Feidhlim ada-con-comrastar comsruith la cona cib carrnn cirrbhait no s.¤ , O'C. 2527 ( Eg. 88, fo. 43 ) ? = escait, see 2 eiscid.

sescamlaig?

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ind dire do berar i colaind i ceathair, . . . co secht seascamlaig (glossed .i. eimhsugh na ninne co ruice a secht, ┐ issedh isin sechtmadh .i. sesgam laogh iad conuice a sé ┐ bó mór i n sechtmadh .i. bo mor ┐ sé ba innlaogha . . .), O'D. 658 ( H. 3.17, 489a ).

sescann, seiscenn

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Forms: seiscne

n pl. seiscne (cf. sesc, 1 seisc) unproductive ground; a marsh, swamp, bog : `bothach' seiscenn, Met. Gl. 21 § 70 . bothach .i. móin ┐ seisgenn, Meyer Contribb. s.v. 3 bothach . cuirrec[h] . . . do rād fri seiscend, Corm. Y 331 . tir n-andomain .i. curraigh ┐ seisccend, Laws v 252.1 Comm . andomuin .i. ferann ainethaim, ut est andomain tíre .i. tír a mbí inne doimne, cuirrig ┐ seiscenn no moin, O'Dav. 140 . i cnocaib i sescnib ┐ i rrotaigib anaitreba, LU 2062 ( FA 14 ). gataitt da gerran . . . nos berat fodess fón sescán, Trip.² 2834 . i nimain . . . tar feith no seiscne, O'C. 2327 ( Eg. 88, fo. 25 ). Femen cid sescand cose | ┐ cid rotá raigne . . ., LL 278a4 . Sescend Temra . . . .i. sescend salach bec fil and, 30c43 . co sescenn sal serg, Anecd. ii 33 ( Poem 18 § 2 ). fagbhaid a n-ionad sin, ┐ tiaghaid for seisgenn ba nessa `a neighbouring morass', TFrag. 146.16 . do hordaiged . . . sluag ferdha re foghnam fo na fedhaib ┐ buidhni sotla solma fo na sesguib (seasgannaibh, seisgion- naibh, v.ll.), ML² 1064 . i seisg, a sesgonn, i sléibh, Buile Ṡ. 38.23 .

In place-names: co Sescen in da Cor, a Sescunn da Cor, Thes. ii 238.9 - 10 ( Ardm. 17a2 ). Sescand Cluana maccú Birnd, LL 275b13 . Dún Sescind, CRR 4 . a seisceann Droma dá trén, Acall. 845 . bui-sum . . . i n-a tig a Sescinn Uairbeoil, RC v 199 § 7 . Sesccann Lúbánach, FM vi 2346.z .

? To this: fessatar co cend trí cóicthiges and i tig Conaill [maic] Gleo Glaiss. Ba hé sescend a n-oigidechta in chétadaig ┐ ni ba hí ind adaig dedenach `the barren part of their guesting was on the first night', RC xiv 428 § 53 = is ana tigh do bith in táighi [ollaman, Fr. 32a ] ó luan taite tṡamhna co tait[e] n-imbuilg, ┐ a rogha dó imthecht nó beith acon muintir ossin amach, Acall. 2107 - 10 (. . . n-imbuilg ┐ ba hé seiscend a aighidechta an cétadhaig a rogha, v.l.).

sescar, sescair

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adj bean ṡeasgar, bean ṡeasgair, IGT Decl. § 116 , § 117 . settled, comfortable, at ease, easy : a mórdha bruinne ṡeasgair ṡaer (to a harp), Mann. and Cust. iii 288 . ni heagal duit cu[a]nartach | . . . | acht sibh saoghalach seasgair | ó gach glind go glind (to a `dám dílenn'), Celt. Rev. x 135.y . dar leamsa as oileamhain phāláis atá ortsa, ór ataoí maoth seasgar sádhal, ┐ ní bhiadh acbhuinn agat ar thréud do choimhéd, Desid. 348 . fer seólta sesccar ┐ tighedhasach `tranquil', FM v 1802.7 . éagfaidh an sagart seascair sanntach úd, E. O'Rahilly xxxix 12 . Compar. ní baoí fer . . . ro badh seolta shesccaire cuirte ┐ caisteoil, FM vi 1892.7 . Adv. a thir co sescur, sóin- mech ag an prióir, ALC ii 228.z . go seasgar, DDána 29.26 . ro coirged in tech co sesgar sodhamail, Celt. Rev. ii 202.10 . an corp . . . do chumhdaighedar go cluthmhar seasgar a n- éudach, Parrth. Anma 468.19 .

Compd. ¤chiúin: co sádal sescar-chiuin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 105.36 .

sescatmad

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adj [o, ā] (sesca) sixtieth : cenmotha in sescatmad rann, Laws v 38.12 Comm . isin sescadmad (= lx. admad, MS.) bliadain, MacCarthy 304.q . isin sescamad (= .lx. mad, MS.) bliadain æsa Abratham, 288.d .

sescbaid?

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ind macan docing sligi rath | imma tuarad lechta roth | s.¤ cade sund in cæch | forsa torchair Congal cloth, Ériu v 240 . 141 . s.¤ caidi sund in cloch, 146 .

sescdach?

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adj flaith sessgdach (seasgdach, v.l.) ier sloghaib sae, Thurn., Zu Ir. Handschr. 51.22 (over fl. s.¤ is written: .i. [. . . . .] liath). ? = *sescatach reigning for sixty years, sixty years old (?).

sescnide

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adj io, iā (sescann) sedgy : cech finna sescnidi . . . acarb sinis tria fortrennaib a chruadchind, RC xiv 404 § 9 .

sescrad

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n [o, n.] (sesc) dry cows : como forbart in Dond Cuailnge . . . dáir in tsescraid (tsescraich, v.l.) . . . ┐ in cú oc cosnam in tṡescraid (sescraich, v.l.), RC xvi 53.5 ( Dindsh. 101 ) (= in tsescraigh, BB 404b4 - 5 ). = dairi in t[s]easgraidhi, Folklore iv 482 § 63 . muirfidid Ulaidh a sesgraidi in tan nach biadh bleachtaighi aco, ZCP viii 545.18 .

? sescrae

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ind romir cocorran (cocáran, v.l.) (? n.pr.) cet curi | imon muidhi meda | leastar sleman s.¤ sona | roga fleascach feada, Anecd. i 49 § 17 . ? = escra, q.v.

sescus

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n [u,m.] (sesc) `state of dryness (of cattle)' (Plummer MS. notes): in coibhthi don mnai. Mas a samra no a foghmar doberar di é, a theora cethroimhe a mblechtus ┐ cethraime a s.¤, ┐ masa i ngemri no i nerrach is a leth a s.¤ ┐ a leth a mblechtus, O'C. 1226 ( H. 3.18, 491b ).