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 .

2 sesta

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part. formation based on sessam. steady, firm . ? As subst. (cf. seasda `a defence' O'R.): cú fíadhuigh as foirbhthe bladh, | leomhan oirbheartach iodhan, | do gach tréd as seasda so, | gég as measda 's as mórdho, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 277.151 . As an epithet of horses: for dá nechaib . . . bruinnedérg s.¤ suachinte, TBC² 1974 , 2556 . for dá n-echaib . . . s.¤ , LU 6488 (TBC). claideb orduirnd i n-ecrus s.¤ fora dib ṡliastaib, 10227 . claideb orduir[n]d i n-ecrus sésta fora ṡlíastaib, 9269 . for Findia robo s.¤ | cormann Murthemne mesca, Anecd. i 14.12 .

sestán

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Forms: sestanib

n o,m. noise, clamour, clatter, rattle : in fúaim ┐ in fothrom, in sestan ┐ in sesilbi, TBC 5025 . Written sestanib (probably for s.¤ ) in the follg. passages in TBC: in torann ┐ in sestanib, 3308 . toirm ┐ torand, sestainib ┐ sesilbi, 5037 . in torand, in sestainib ┐ in sesilbi, 5051 . torand, sestainib ┐ sesilbi, 5072 . dá sé bliadna bae for bith | a sestan a sægulrith, Rawl. 85a8 . sestan na seolchrand ic sáebad, TTr. 1415 . re seastan na slat ag a sreangbhualad, CF 45 . seasdán na sleagh gcodarsna, TD 4.32 . ag ēistecht . . . re sestān na sealga ar gach tóeb dīnn, Fianaig. 56.33 . mar do chualaidh s.¤ sechránach ar na conaib, SG 306.24 . rē seasdān na bhfear bhfiadaigh, Feis TC 27 . la sestan ┐ seiseilbhe an tsloigh acc dol tarsan abhainn, Hugh Roe 138.23 (fo. 37a) . sesdán (sic leg.) na sochaidhe ┐ muirn an morṡlúaigh, Buile Ṡ. 22.5 . s.¤ ┐ seiseilbhe na ccenn ina dhiaidhsium, 124.7 . crith ┐ comegla, sestan ┐ sir-sibul na Tiauannda commotion (on seeing their enemies encamp before the city), TTebe 2736 . sestan a sluagh `the loud hum of its occupants', O'Gr. Cat. 474.20 . re sestān na fer ┐ na faobar . . . i n-a t[h]imc[h]ell, ML² 1679 . ro bhaoi . . . glór mór ┐ sestan i longport, TFrag. 204.13 . toirrcheas seastain, name of a metre, IT iii 102 § 191 .

Compd. ¤bec making little sound : laom sleigech sestān- beg dā soigin, ML² 1186 .

sestánach

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adj o, ā (sestán) noisy, clamorous, clattering : amhail theid sruth seaghmar sestanach tar chladhaibh clachisli, CF 808 . guss in sreibh . . . seasdanaig, MR 104.10 .

séstu

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ind (? -e-): mairiuclán hi Túaim Inbir | ni lán techdais bes sestu | cona retglannaib aréir | cona gréin cona escu, Thes. ii 294.11 . ? = compar. of 2 sesta.

sésugud

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ind ni thic diar tathreos .i. díar s.¤ , LU 604 ( ACC Comm . ) = diar lessugud, RC xx 164.8 .

sésúr

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n m.(Eng. or Romance loan-word): bracht .i. súg no sésur, O'Cl. nír ith én greim méith, no ina mbeith súgh sesúir, Mart. Don. Aug. 19 . `seasúr gravy, soup ', O'R.

1 sét

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Forms: seit, séit, seit, séotu, séd

n u m., but note a d s. dind seit , Wb. 24a17 . for séit (: bréic), Met. Dinds. iii 120.5 . for seit , Aen. 1829 . a p. séotu, LU 9253 , which may, perhaps, be influenced by 2 sét. See Thurn. Gramm. § 209 . séd (ón tṡlighidh) m., IGT Decl. § 95 .

(a) a path, way: iter .i. s.¤ slighedh, Ir. Gl. 1073 . `séd' .i. gach slighe, Met. Gl. 21 § 68 . seit .i. conar, Auraic. 1293 . s.¤, semita sōn unius animalis , Corm. Y 1082 . atāt tra ilanmand for na conairib .i. sēt ┐ rōut ┐ rāmat ┐ slighe ┐ lāmrotae ┐ tūagrotae ┐ bōthur, ib. ní aírmi a mbis iarna chúul dind séit, Wb. 24a17 . atgéoin slicht fonnaid Con Culaind fo dáig nách s.¤ cumung no théiged, LU 8931 ( FB 70 ). berid riuth for s.¤ , 8663 ( FB 4 ). doríadat séotu, 9253 . ri roréidig doib s.¤ slán | do ascnam tíri Cannán, SR 5037 . manab da set conaire no ceime, Laws iii 450.9 Comm . ro impó side a slóghu don ts.¤ sliged ar a ra- bhadur, CCath. 1706 . ro gabhsat for a s.¤ mór muiridhe dochum na crích, 1364 . co na bud inann s.¤ tiastais na drúid, PH 7045 . tiaghait iarsin for seit a conair[e], Aen. 1829 . ro gluais a fritheing in tseda docum Palus, St. Ercuil 1272 . Common in chevilles: sochla set, LU 3860 ( SC 38 ). ní sóeb in s.¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 8.86 . Fig. for set na aipgitri in ogaim, Auraic. 5513 . trace : úaré (sic) loscas cach sualaich bís i nduiniu amail teinith cona airigetar nach s.¤ occa `so that men perceive no trace thereof in him', Ériu vii 138.10 .

téit (or a similar vb. of motion) for s.¤ goes on a journey, travels : lód-sa for séit, slicht nad mer, | tre bréic ┐ aslach mban, Met. Dinds. iii 120.5 . o ro-dígset na manaig for a s.¤ , PH 928 . ag dul ar sed nó ar siubhal, BCC 186 . ag dol ar séad, Dán Dé ix 34 . ná héirigh mar sin ar séad (of dying), PBocht 7.11 . téit (or a similar verb of motion) . . . i cend séta sets out, goes : lotar na slóig . . . i cend séta ┐ imthechta, TBC 451 . rainic roimpe a ccenn tṡéda ┐ tṡiubhail, Ériu v 88.6 .

(b) metaph. way, manner of life : is i Crist ataat in séti sin gl. (uias meas) quae sunt in Christo, Wb. 9a18 . ailiu Dia, dirged mo set, Laws i 10.15 . is íat lucht díarbo soirb in s.¤ sain áes óige, LU 2158 ( FA 23 ). is iat séta etargnaither sund na gnima o tóchaiter saegul-rith na bethad doenna, PH 3990 .

(c) way, manner (of doing a thing): atait secht treaba la Feine adbaill a ndire a setaib i tarrachtain according to the way, Laws v 162.17 .i. iar na conuirib i tarrtaidhir iat, 23 Comm .