sessan

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ind nit findtais ciaso mor s.¤ dodráidhet in bo duine . . ., Anecd. i 67 § 152 (sesan nodradett, v.l.) ? = sestán, q.v.

sessar

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x see sesra.

sessbéimm

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n (sess+béimm) an oarstroke, the distance of an oar- stroke : co cuala C. fogur ┐ sesbéimm inna lungae, Trip.² 968 . [corbensom] na sesbēmend | dar muncind in murtráchta, Aisl. MC 37.2 . tondguir na seisbeimaend, TTr.² 901 . la mét ind imrama ┐ na sesbemend nó-bentáis na mílid forsna rama icond imram, 870 . cethri slessa aicce i mboí [dá] sesbeim in churaig fri cech slis co mbátár ocht sesbéimend don churuch a timchell uli, LU 1924 .

sessbéimnech

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n (sessbéim) oarstrokes : sesbeimnech na sess risna slessaib, TTr. 1416 .

sessed?

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n ni fhuil dia bhás frith na fledh | ní bhia sídh ní bhia sessedh `there will not be armistice', FM ii 902.z .

1 sessmach

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adj o, ā (sessam)

(a) firm, sturdy; steadfast, persevering : co slabraduib sníthi sesmacha senairgit, Fianaig. 86.2 . curaid . . . sesmach, MR 182.3 . in colpa ségaind seasmach `the gallant sturdy shin', Ériu iv 218 § 24 . ag sdúaghadh crann seasmhach seóil, Sc. G. St. iv 62 § 9 . bí seasmhach a róghradh Dé, Irish Texts iv 106.8 . madh áil leat bheith . . . seasmhach ad dheighinntinn persevering, Desid. 677 . gidh bé bhias seas- mhach go deireadh is é sláineothar persevering, Donlevy 486.15 . an aois fheardha nó seasmhach, Corp. Astr. 8.3 . muinighin ar bhetha shiordhuidhe d'iarraidh ┐ dóigh shes- mhach a faghala, Parrth. Anma 119.16 . ciall choitcheann sheasbhach na n-airteagal, Luc. Fid. 181.3 . nach pósadh dlisdionach ná seasmhach `valid', Donlevy 346.13 . go ndearna a chunnradh seasmhach `that he may establish his covenant', Deut. viii 18 . ogam sesmach, Auraic. 6036 . ? To this: sesmach pecta .i. inti fora sesmac a boill pectaca, Ériu xii 24 § 29 . As adv. ro gabhsat co sesmhach . . . oc frestal . . . brathbémenn a mbidhbad, CCath. 1997 . cothuighim go seasmhach go bhfuil purgadóir ann firmly , Desid. 4982 . labhruidh sé go seasmhach, Prov. xxi 28 .

(b) erective, upstanding : adeir Galen co mbí [brig] sesmach a corp an duine, (┐) in trath bis se na sesum, Rosa Ang. 126.4 . íomháigh sheasmach `a standing image', Levit. xxvi 1 . ua salcha sesmacha trillsi an treinfhir . . . ré lansalchar an luaithridh, TTebe 1091 . san treaschath gé theilge a fhuil | is seasmhach meirge Murchaidh, DDána 85.22 . Adv. cor-erig a mong co sesmach sirgarb osa gualaind, TTebe 2392 .

2 sessmach

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ind (sessam): co tugad se sesmhad (sesmach, v.l.) dō a n-aghaidh a nāmhat `that he might give him [power] to stand', ITS xix 50.21 .

sessmaid

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v (sessam)

(a) stands : sesaimh, a ōglaoich, an riom stand still, ZCP xii 382.11 . gussin gcloich . . . for ar shessoimh an Slānaightheōir, Fl. Earls 208.19 . adubhairt . . . seasaimh súas gu díreach ar do chosaibh, Acts xiv 10 .

(b) stands by, supports : a ndubhairt tú seasaimh soin what you have said stand by it, Content. xxiv 24 . gur mhesadar nach sesómhadh na hÉir[ionnaigh] an [b]oile orra féin that the Irish would not hold the town against them, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 25.z . sesbhuim sealbh na láochlaimhe | o bhéd tuaighe da truime, Rel. Celt. ii 297.10 . mór th'fheidhm don Bhrian-sa dÍbh Bloid | tar ceann cháich dá sheasmhadh (? leg. seas- mhadh) duid if he supported your argument, Content. vi 187 .

(c) holds out, perseveres : do sheasmhadur leo seal they held out for a time, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 8.14 . Cf. sessaid.

sessmaigid

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v (sessam) stands : conacca ni in deilb . . . a dochum coro ṡesmaig ina ḟiadnaisi, LB 259b46 .

sest

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n (Lat. sexta) one of the canonical hours of prayer, sext ; s.¤ nomen do medōn lāi, quasi sext, a sexta [h]ora , Corm. Y 1148 .

1 sesta

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n Form used apparently as g s. of sessam, perh. participial in origin: act of standing , etc.: g p. toethsat ruibni rétlannai | sis a sostaib a s.¤ down from their resting places (?), SR 8162 . act of making a stand, defending : ag gealla seasta go cruaidh | it aon i n-aghaidh mórshluaigh, Content. xvi 45 . dochum seasda ar son an tsoisgéil, Phil. i 17 . fear seasta na gcruadhthrodán `that ever stood it out in [a] tough set to', O'Gr. Cat. 356.3 . crann seasta gach cúis a's gach adhbhar, ITS xvii 256.319 .