sethrach

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x see sethnach.

sethras

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n (siur) sisterhood : a mbráithrios nó a seathras n-úird S. Froinsiasis, Mac Aingil 579.6 .

sétnad, sétnaíd, sétrad, sétraíd.

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Forms: sédnaíd, sétrad

n Perh. a cpd. of 2 sét+nath and orig. u,n. Later f. sédnaíd (sédnaeidh, -náoidh, v.ll.) f., IGT Decl. § 13 . name of a metre: sétnada a ruidles (of an ollam), IT iii 22 § 67 . sétrad (sednad, v.l.) bardne, 47 § 79 . mo chédlaídh do-chúaidh a mudha | sédnaídh úaim nach (ni, as, v.ll.) lugha a lúach, IGT Decl. ex. 624 . foglaím na bliadna tanaise . . . .x. setroda ┐ senamain, IT iii 34 § 9 . incipit do sedrudh, 88 § 103 . sétrad ngarit, 106 § 5 . sedraidh ghairit, 88 § 107. Descriptions of different kinds of s.¤ , § 104 , § 105 , § 106 , § 107 , § 108 . in mac fuirmid . . . setra ┐ sain-emain a aisti, Laws v 60.20 Comm . bera boin mbuain indlaeg ar eamain sair sedrada, 21 Comm . la mac fuirmid mōin sōer setrotha, O'Mulc. 537 . See also sennath.

sétrad

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n (2 sét) [o,n.] treasure : Marcān Sinna sētrod son, Sc.M² § 21 g . `with treasure of words (i.e. praised with many words)', Thurn.

sétradach

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adj (sétrad, see sétnad) composed in sétrad metre: dian . . . s.¤ inso, IT iii 72 § 28 .

setrax

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ind = siterac: s.¤ .i. gné don dubhchosaigh, 23 K 42, 377.9 .

setrenil?

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ind fo bithin is brat in brat forsarroa ┐ ni roenacht iarna buith lasin lanamin. Cotretiguir demon iarum huare nad roenacht, ar nach brat berar do áes s.¤ cotnimt[h]ét demon eret nád negar, Ériu ii 224.5 .

sétrus

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n (Lat. citrus or cedrus): talam an Fína mara fassaid ubhla s.¤ is mo na cenn duine `apples of Cedar', Maund. 95 (the citron tree ?).

setten

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n m.: ba truag tra in s.¤ rochetaig Dia fon coiced `pitiful indeed was the tempest', Ann. Conn. 1225.14 . Cf. síadán?

sétugud

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u m. vn. of sétaigid. the act of making a way, guiding, directing : robui Apaill . . . ac setugud carpait Ampiarauis ┐ ac dirgud a urchur, TTebe 2900 . o na fuarus nech re setugud sliged dam, 2055 . acc taiscéladh ┐ acc séducchadh conaire do, FM vi 1962.3 . dia reimhiomtus ná do shéducchadh comhairle dhó, v 1862.4 . do ṡetugudh comairle rompa, CCath. 4576 .

seubdeasbog

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n (Lat. pseudo+1 epscop. The -bh- of the prefix probably due to the influence of saobh, Desid. Gl.). pseudo- bishop : seubhdeasboig ┐ tuilighthe ar na Habsttaloibh, Desid. 3773 . anmanna na Ccatoiliceadh . . . do thabairt sgríobhtha do na seubhdeasbogaibh úd, 3929 .