síabra

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síabrad

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vn. of 1 síabraid.

(a) the appearance of madness, fury or distortion (due to supernatural influence or possession); lasin n-adabair ┐ lasin siabrad ro síabrad immi, LU 9143 ( FB 88 ). rogab sīabrad do delbad, Fianaig. 36.17 . cia siabrad sin fil for do bel? PH 8130 . claoclōd crotha for cenēlaib, ┐ sia- bradh sídhi for saor-c[h]lannuib, ML² 1602 . ro díglas . . . | ar in sinig mo shiabrad my deformity, SG 252.12 .

(b) act of bewitching, enchanting, deluding; witchery, en- chantment, delusion; distraction : minic ticc sonn . . . | . . . d'ar síabhradh `to bedazzle me', Ériu ix 6.52 . a siabrad ┐ a saeb- forcetul their maddening influence (of furies), MR 166.22 . mar thig i gcruth naomhnuaidhe | dom mheadhradh seal le sia- bhradh, Measgra D. 62.22 . nach raibh annsin acht siabhradh `that it was all superstition', Content. xv 55 . na tabhair dot' aire an siabradh sithe (of an apparition), Ériu iv 50 § 6 (Tochm. Ḟearbh.). ag síobhra (leg. síobhradh with MSS.) ar dhórd cheólchar (of a woman), Hackett xxi 40 . ar an sia- bhradh seachráin lé bhfuilid ag breith an phobuil bhoicht . . . gu hifriond, Desid. 3849 . is iomdha iaramh ard-fhlaith . . . dá siabhradh lé saobh-dholbhaibh síthe, TSh. 5950 . tré dhraoi- dheacht Tuaithe Dé Danann doghníthí an siabhradh soin (sc. raising the slain), Keat. i 202.18 . gul leinbh, giodh siabhradh cinn, | is binne linn ná do ghlór `though it rack one's head' (see Gloss.), Measgra D. 5.31 . an tan bhias fiabhras . . . ar neach maille re . . . siabhradh beóil no súl (= pervertatur), 23 K 42, 54.14 . da mbeith siabhradh no iontogh tar a nais is na fabhruidhibh, 192.5 . na baill ar siabhradh ┐ ar seargadh, TSh. 1090 .

1 síabraid

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Forms: sebortir

v ā (síabair) ? fut. pl. pass. sebortir, LU 5456 (rhe- toric) (see sebortir). arouses to fury, distorts, transforms (originally as a result of supernatural influence) (both act. trans. and impers. pass. folld. by imm); enchants, bewitches: lasin n-adabair ┐ lasin siabrad ro síabrad immi, LU 9143 ( FB 88 ). ní fitir sin itir ar méit na ferggi dofánic ┐ ra siabrad immi, TBC 1986 . iúrthund Cu Chulaind, or si, día siabairther immi, LU 8810 . sīartha (leg. síabartha, Edd.) im Choinchulaind, TBC² 1307 . Cf. síarthar co urtrachta im Choin Culaind, LU 8880 ( FB 67 ). distorts, transforms (for the worse); enchants, bewitches: la dechsain do fuirri (viz. pēist uiscide) ro siabra a beoil do dib culadaib, Laws i 72.18 Comm . = ro siapartha a beoil, O'C. 777 ( H. 3.18, 364b ). síabartar a baill imme, BColm. 62.3 . do síabhradh a haignedh go mór do ghrádh an macáo[i]mh, RC xxix 120 § 19 . saobh an bhreath dá siabhradh sibh; | do dhreach grianmhar ná geimhrigh, Measgra D. 60.19 . agár siabhradh a ruisg ┐ a radhairc `which had obscured his eye- sight', Ériu v 88.20 . an tuirrsi ca taobh nár ghabh, | raon na soillsi gur siabhradh? L. Cl. A. Buidhe 253.48 . le draoítheacht . . . | do shíabhrattar ar fflaith-ne, Duan. Finn i 92.3 . ? To this: adrad lītha nī fiu clúas, | solud nā sén sīabras bás that death may transform (?), Hail Brigit 14 (`that betoken death').

The follg. exx. are obscure: sceó anassaib ailfitir sceó sétaib sebortir scéo gáib glanfitir, LU 5456 (TBC, rhetoric). tri cét bliadna iar saine | ni siabrat sét co suide | conambeir mac Dé nime | i ngné ṅgile cen duibe, LL 194a1 . ? bid i n-aenuib 's a ndeduib | taethsat siritiu siabhraid, RC xliii 80 § 79 .

2 síabraid

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n [i,m.] (síabair) one who is aroused to martial fury (?): dāil de for Loingsich . . . siabraid for Fālmaig, costudach Liphi, ZCP xiii 382.12 = cobra , iii 466.14 (leg. cobraid ?).

síacht

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x see 1 saigid.

síadail

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n `siadhail sloth, sluggishness ', O'R. As npr. m. Siadail, Rawl. 151a19 .

síadair

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síadán

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n [o, m.] confusion, disturbance : da thoirmisc saeibh-nos ┐ siadhana na sluaigh sin `dissensions', Hy Maine 140.14 . iomdha ann fós rioth reann, ┐ siadhán soighnéan, ┐ nuall- fhoghar néall, TSh. 6686 . an dream bhíos i siadhán ┐ i seachrán an pheacaidh, 9802 .

ar s.¤ in confusion, astray : dá n-aosadh in segain slán | ní beith Eire ar siadhán, Caithr. Thoirdh. 4.10 . fiadh allta . . . iar n-a lot tarla ar siadhán san oiléan `helter-skelter', Keat. iii 2142 . ionnus go rabhadar ar siadhán ┐ ar seachrán seachnóin an fhásaigh, TSh. 8102 . gá fad bhus sgaoilte thú ar síodhán i sádhaile? (usque quo deliciis vaga dissolveris?), 1618 . ó bheith ar siadhán i ngalar diúdáin dubháilceadh, 9598 . Cf. setten.

siail

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n a s. ?: scaoilter pāin la pugin puncern la s.¤ cen nac[h] cermnas, Corm. Y 397 (cf. 1052 ) = laesial, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 35 s.v. páin.

siair

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x see siur.

síam

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x see fotae, sír.