1 sétach

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adj (2 sét) o, ā having treasures, rich : s.¤ cach selbach, Tec. Corm. § 13.30 . diamba cleirech . . . niba santach níba setach `let him not be treasure-loving', Mart. Tall. 110.31 . inmain sluagh sochla s.¤ , Acall. 4035 . lá damh i tTailltin trēdaig | re taeb Maelsechlainn sēdaigh, ZCP viii 220 § 25 . co ndēntais a n-airechta saidbre sēdacha, Ériu iv 163.2 . laeich thosaigh na haimsiri | saidhbri soim sithaid setaith, Irish Texts iv 36 § 10 . ro sleachta a sealbain sedaigh, | for Sen-moigh Elta Ettair, Leb. Gab. 66.7 . As adv.: rouoi co soinmech setach innte re ré foda, TTebe 77 .

As subst.: Fergus dubdetach na ndrend | ba rí in s.¤ snedeṅg, LL 132a29 . domuin gach s.¤ is rí | daigh fogní bréccach bith cé, ZCP vii 269 § 14 . ní ba hard nó ordnidhi, | ní ba súi salm gach s.¤ , iv 468 § 17 .

2 sétach

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adj (1 sét) having paths : mor sét s.¤ slán saine | mor cet cetach clármaige, SR 507 . néll an tighe d'fheugoin úaidh | tar Line sédoigh siardtúaidh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 181.32 .

? sétaid

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v (2 sét) treasures: setta dóine 'which people treasure' ZCP xxiv 236-37 .

? 1 sétaige

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n [io,m.] (1 sét) a rover : Mael saer Seachnaill sétuidhe, Irish Texts iv 46.15 .

? 2 sétaige

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n ,f. (1 sétach) wealth : taintighe tredaighi | sedaige senpeccadh, IT iii 105 § 208 .

sétaigid

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Forms: sétugud

v (1 sét)

(a) intrans. goes on a way, journeys : innaní setaigte `of those that wend their way', Ml. 82d4 . sētaigid | for conair nach cōir (of thoughts), Ériu iii 14 § 2 . tonna saile sétaigfit | fris na hairera ardda, SR 8057 . maicne do sedaigh gan sidh, Top. Poems 22.3 .

(b) trans. sends on its way, directs : ro seolad ┐ ro sédaiged a cloidem, MR 300.16 . ro threoraigh ┐ ro shédaigh a nan- manna o dhóirsibh ifrinn go dóirsibh flatha nimhe, FM i 156.4 .

Vn. sétugud.

? setan

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n bag, sack : marsupiis . saccis .i. sętan ÉC xxii 209 . setan' (leg. setanaib) 210 § 1 . Cf. ? fetan.

setán

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n a whistling noise (?): do-ní duine le seadán glóir | spadán don chóir féin, Dánfhocail 54 . Cf. fetán.

? To this: attrib. g pl. sáebsluaigh siublacha sedán . . . do dealbadar Clanna C., Comp. Con C. 89.13 .

? seth

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n a hawk (?) : tredoen seth | treseth nasc 'a hawk (?) three times a human being, a deer (?) three times a hawk' Ériu xxi 130 . seabhac gl. seth 129 (NLI MS G1 fo. 38 v 6) .

sethad

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v (? to root seth- blows, see Ped. ii 627 ) the act of driving, harassing ?: batar...ic s.¤ in buair `driving the cattle', Dinds. 18 ( RC xv 311 ). fúacrais ar in ríg co recht | anim is on i n-óen- ḟecht | 's aithis fri sir-gail s.¤ | i ndígail a deg-ṡethar, Met. Dinds. ii 68.39 , translated `harassing unremittingly', v 294 . ? imperf. s. 3 of a verb sethaid.

sethar

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x see .