síanad

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vn. formation from 2 sían. sounding : do chualadar longaire ┐ longredan ban . . . ac sianad sírbind ┐ isedh ro candaís . . ., KMMisc. 318 § 11 .

síanán

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n o,m.

(a) some kind of soothing vocal music (orig. prob. without words): do gabáil a chepoige (.i. a sianain), Sc. M² R § 20 . cuiri na ngrīanān co ngrād, | sīanān acco is andorddān, ZCP viii 272 § 63 . gabsad mna na hindsi sianan doib, . . . `Canaid beous', ol an clereach . . . `sianan na hErenn andso', RC ix 22.1 - 3 . an cóicat ingen . . . a síanan ┐ a n-andord ┐ a n-esnam ac oirfitedh in tsluaigh, Trip. xxxviii 7 . cred dobeir suan na sianán?, Acall. 3225 . co cualutar na mna ┐ sianan sirbind aca gá canamhain, BCC 355 f (394.26) . Cf. síangan na súanem ica síniud `the whistling of the sheets a-hauling', TTr. 1420 .

(b) a prolonged cry : is olc a s.¤ trocha `his scream of doom', Fianaig 24.18 .

As quasi-vn.: co cualadar . . . mna ac sianan . . . ┐ as ead ro chansad .i. Sen De donfe, RC xxvi 162.15 . Of birds, warbling : do choideldais fir ghona | . . . | re hénuibh sídhi ac sianán, Acall. 799 .

síangan

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x see síanán.

síanosa

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ind (Lat. loan-word) cyanose : da mbia in fual arin dath re n-abur sianosa, Rosa Ang. 186.y .

síans, séns

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Forms: sians, síansa

n (Lat. sensus) a learned borrowing, later than séis. u,m. but cf. g p. sians, O'Mulc. Somet. also síansa.

(a) sense, meaning, signification : in sians ondid accobor limsa ícc cáich the signification by which I desire to save every one, Wb. 12d23 (gl. sensu meo). i cach sens foirbthiu gl. omni sensu, 23b2 . is hé in cét sians . . . is hé in sians aile gl. duplex . . . sensus, Ml. 36a32 . cia nach laithfeadh siansa a nduar `who would not put sense in (understand) a quatrain', ZCP iii 378.3 (B. na f.) (.i. ciall, p. 381 ).

In particular of allegorical or mystical meaning (as against historical or literal): assindet a sians isindí siu gl. petra autem erat Christus, Wb. 11a18 . léicfimmi-ni doib-som aisndis dint sens ┐ din moralus manip ecoir frisin stoir adfiadam-ni the exposition of the mystic and moral signification, Ml. 14d10 . iuxta uerospiritualem intelligentiam . . . mad iar sians im (as against iuxta historiam . . . mad iar stair, 29 - 33 ), Trip.² 47 - 8 . ata cethardai as toiscidhi isna psalmaib .i. cetna stoir ┐ stoir tanusti, siens ┐ morolus, Hib. Min. 10.314 . an dethbir ata itir cetfaid ┐ siansa; siansa, mar ata ciall runda biss a folach; cetfaid, mar ata ciall biss cos aird, O'C. 1965 ( H. 4.22, p. 12 ). co runaibh atglentais .i. tuirdis nó foglaindis gu sians `with understanding', O'Dav. 1042 . ised do-forne na .u. bairgena iar sians ┐ ruin .i. na .u. oessa in domain, LB 149a7 . na cuic tallanda . . . atberar sunn iar siens coic cetfada cuirp ┐ anma sin mystically, Lism. L. 4607 . is gnáth rúin ┐ sians isin scrip- túir, PH 4428 . na tri hetargna . . . stair ┐ sians ┐ anagoig `the three interpretations . . . historical, mystical, and anagogical', 7081 .

(b) sense, perception, perceptive faculty : ní i ssíansib spiritál- dib gl. sensu carnis, Wb. 27a29 . intan conoscaigter siansai inna ndoine trisna imneda . . . i mbiat cona techtat a siansu corai fri denum maith amal nad techta nech a siansu corai intan ṁbís i mmescai, Ml. 94c3 . hí figuir .u. sense anmae, Thes. ii 254.8 (Stowe M.). cusna .u. sians[aib] gl. cum quinque sensibus, Gild. Lor. 244 . maith siansa in chuirp acht oen rét, LL 282a42 . tri shiansa anmma .i. irascibilis et concupiscibilis et rationabilis . . . cúic siansa anmma .i. timmor . amor. odiumm. gaudiumm. tristitia, Fél.² clxxxvi 4 - 6 . siansa a bethadh `senses of life', Gleanings 31 § 13 . dá ndearna gach aon againn a dhícheall réna shiansadhaibh do chur fána chumhachtaibh féin `si unusquisque nostrum subdere suas passiones sibi studeat', TSh. 8030 .

síansa

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n (cf. síans)

(a) melody, harmony; a strain of music; the whistle of a weapon : siansa do mheóir ar mhodhaibh (to a harper), Studies 1919, 612 § 7 . siansa cumhadh ceol na Finne, DDána 110.20 . gidh soighneach siansa [ó] a haoibhill, 78.4 . siansa a reann gceannbhraonach gcorr `the whistle of their sharp blades with dripping points', TD 4.32 . sionnsa sóighde no fed peileir, Rel. Celt. ii 186.39 . mar sheinneas ar cheol chuibhdhe | siansa scaith-mhear dtirim dte, Keat. Poems 271 . gearr siansa bhur samhraidh dhíomhaoin, Aithd. D. 73.22 (`short the enjoyment of thy idle summertime'). dile ar ngráidh, ar siansa sídh (in a list of laudatory terms addressed to a chief), DDána 79.10 .

(b) a cry : atá s.¤ Rígh eatorra (the shout of a king is among them), Num. xxiii 21 . siansa, gáir, núall, éigheamh, Eg. Gl. 537 .

? To this the follg. two exx. in the sense a mournful cry, a lamentation; but Ed., perhaps rightly, regards them as mean- ing `feeling' and belonging to síans, above: tug an fhiansa ó Ard na gCnó | siansa do Thadhg mar theasdó `felt his loss after he had gone', Aithd. D. 10.6 (cf. O'Gr. Cat. 365.13 ). ar grádh an tíre atá um Chruachain | ní chuirfe féin fuireach ort; | a bhfuil ga bhar slógh dá siansa | mór do chuir don triallsa thort the lamentation that your host makes for it (?), Aithd. D. 31.36 .

síansach

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adj o, ā (síansa) melodious, musical : Dórd siansach na Féinne, Oss. iii 258.24 .

síansaide

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adj io, iā (síans) allegorical, mystical, figurative, meta- phorical : ōn Babilōin sīansaidi .i. ō ifurn, ZCP iii 19.z . pais stairidi ┐ pais sīansaide, 20 n. 7 . a Solaim shíansaighi (i.e. S. as a type of Christ), Ir. Lit. 4.17 . ise sin a thaithmech sian- saide its mystical interpretation, LB 251a61 . etargna staraide .i. co follus; etargna siansaide .i. runda ┐ infhoiligi, PH 3533 .

síansán

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n [o, m.] (síansa) sound, noise, clamour : ro-ṡinndis-[s]ion siansána truaccha (of doves), Ériu iv 53 § 16 . mairg fuair a siansán síthe (of the ladies of a hospitable household), Measgra D. 16.45 . re siansán salm drone of psalms, Dánta Gr. (1916) xxxii 30 . ag siansán sealg mid the clamour of the hunt, Oss. iv 8.20 . tic in gáeth . . . co n-a siansan ┐ co n-a muirn moir, BB 451b18 . la siansan serbglorach sruthluaimnech na sruthann, St. Ercuil 784 . siansan na sléagh, RC xi 24.11 (TBC). siansán a túrain the whirr of her spinning-wheel, GJ ii 162a16 .

1 síansánach

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adj o, ā (síansán) clamorous: adv. do shuighiodar a ccuradha . . . go subhach siansanach soirbhneamhail (sic), CRR² 17 n .

2 síansánach

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n (collect. of síansán): siansanach isna cluasaibh `singing in the ears', Reg. San. 23.x .