sídalbrat

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Forms: sidhal- brat, sithalbrat

n (quantity of i uncertain) some kind of cloak: sidhal- brat uaine `a . . . green mantle', Ériu xii 156 § 22 (TE) (sídhal-, LU 10661 ) (`long flowing', Mann. & Cust. iii 162 ). sithalbrat, Acall. 3347 v.l. (= brat, text).

1 sídamail, síthemail

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adj i (1 síd) fairy, wondrous : issí . . . tuc in cumhachta tṡidhamail sin dó, Cóir Anm. 26 . do dersgnaigh se don tslúagh siodamail he excelled the fairy host, Leb. Gab. 174 n. 6 . léd cheól síodhamhail, Studies 1919, 612 § 4 . ón bhuar shuaithnidh shítheamhail, TD 31.23 . mun n-óigh suirghigh sídheamhail, 39.8 . oclach . . . sainemail . . . sitha- mail, Cog. 170.20 .

2 sídamail, síthamail, síthemail

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adj i (2 síd) peaceful, tranquil, peaceable, at peace; tranquillizing : at-racht Sencha . . . ┐ barocroth in craíb s.¤ Senchada, MU² 119 (cf. cráeb ṡída, s.v. 2 síd). is séim ┐ is imétrom ┐ is s.¤ in tuarascbáil, 569 . go ccraobhaibh suaithnidhe síodamhla iona lámhaibh (disciples of Sencha), CRR² 24 . Poimp Maighe . . . fer . . . sídhamail, socomairlech, CCath. 328 . smachtchain tsídhamail na haird- ríghi Etalta `the peaceful sway', 289 . ropdar srotha sidhemhla (sídamlai, v.l.) soinmecha . . . roraidhsit, Anecd. ii 72.11 . labraid sund Dia s.¤ na briathra sídamla do na hapstalu sídam- laib, PH 6763 - 4 . dogéna in coimdiu a naimtiu co mbat sithamla dó, 4015 . aitt i mbia oenta sithamail na heclaisi cechtarda, nemda ┐ talmanta, 4363 . aighthe sídheamhla ar snuadh sgoth, Measgra D. 16.43 . 'ga cendsugud do briathraib suarca sithamla, TTebe 2754 . do gharmid iodhbart shithe- mhuil dhi (of the Sacrifice of the Mass), Luc. Fid. 251.14 . Compar. síothamhla a héachta an athuair `more peaceful', TD 39.15 . Adv. batar co sidamail noco tarla etorro i Temair Lúacra imman muic Slanga, LU 3213 (H). do chonncatar in Liath Macha ┐ in Dub Sailinn co sídhamail ar urlár in glenna, Comp. Con C. 88.19 . longphorta Poimp co subhach sidamail, CCath. 3727 . cidh co sidamail no beitis o sin ammach, can cath, can coccadh, 5578 . leccim imclogh co sidhamail dó `in peace', St. Ercuil 1307 .

sídamlacht

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n [ā,f.] (2 sídamail) peaceableness : re sithamhlacht a sluagh, ┐ re samhratacht a síon `tranquility', MR 102.15 .

sídamlae

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n ,f. (2 sídamail) peaceableness, tranquillity : lán do ghlaine cridhe ┐ do sithamhla, AU ii 178.4 . baidhither droch- dala tocaiter (tocabthar, v.l.) sidhamlai iar coraip ceart, Anecd. ii 74.7 .

sídamlaigid

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v (2 sídamail) pacifies, appeases : sídamlaigt[h]er cech debaid, Rawl. B 512, fo. 67a28 . Cf. is triasin scribtuir . . . sithlaigther (leg. sithamlaigther) cech debaid, LB 251b13 .

sídán

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n (1 síd) a small fairy hill: tre dhreich sīdāin chuirr chraebūir 'through the surface of a rounded green-branched fairy hill' Éigse viii 288 § 4 . sídhán Hog. Onom. s.v .

sidbither

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x see sithithir.

sídchaire

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n [io,m.] (1 síd+caire) a troop of supernatural beings : conid airi sin ro choillsiut sithchaire Muighi Breg . . . geissi Conuiri, IT i 130.18 (TE). marbaid na sithcaire, Laws v 108.29 Comm . tuathgenti .i. aes án no sithcaire, O'Dav. 1600 . cia dom chardib Sídchaire-sa (sicairi, sidhaighi, v.ll.) sein dom airchisecht-sa, TBC 2460 . co cotlad in slúag uile | risin ceol na sídchuire, Ériu v 221.10 . mac flatha bai hi sithchuirib, BB 408b35 . ni raibhe i folach fo thalmain . . . no ag síth- cuiraibh ní na fuaratar, Cog. 114.27 . ní gabaid sichuire (síth- chuireadha, sidh na sidhcaire, v.ll.) rinn, Irish Texts iv 17.2 .

sídchairecht

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n ā,f. (sídchaire) a troop of supernatural beings : conid ǽn di chardib sidchairechta dosfanic, IT i 274.5 ( FB 41 ) ( LU 8553 ) = cia do chairdib side Conculaind dot fainic, Eg.

1 side, sithe

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Forms: sided, sith, sidi

n io, [m.?] (see Ped. ii 628 ). In later lang. also sided, sith.

(a) a blast or gust (of wind): bolc sithe `bellows' (gl. follis), Sg. 67a2 . sidi gaithi géri galbigi, TFerbe 89 . atach ┐ gaeth ┐ sidhi, IT iii 59.1 . co lluas aínle . . . dar cétrói no s.¤ gæthe dar cend magdaire machaire, LL 189a15 . gaeth na sidi | Lifi lusmair the wind rushing, SG 385.x . amail budh e sighi gairb- greasach gaithi na geamoidche, CF 885 . ba samalta re bolgaib sidi icc seited bolgfadhach ┐ seitfedhach . . . na n-anradh, CCath. 5869 . cosmail . . . | fri borrfad nō s.¤ builg, ZCP vi 267 § 9 . mar do bheir sidheadh gáoithe | a rath choidche don lile, Irish Texts iv 102 § 8 . mar bhis . . . an bigsimhain a' gluasacht le gaith no le sith, ITS xxix 143.1 (IPV). sidhe gaoíthe do dhol fá meithil mhóna `a whirlwind', FM iv 1162.16 .

(b) hence rush, violent onset, swoop (of a bird), spring (of an animal): dobert C. s.¤ da ṡaigid, CRR 51 . rabert s.¤ d'ḟindsaigid Ḟergusa, TBC 6008 . ba samalta re saignenaibh tentidhe tre nellaibh . . . sidedha na saiget, CCath. 5881 . bá samhalta ré sruith-léim . . . siubhlach . . . in sídhe sanntach soluaimhneach . . ., CRR² 43 (104.7) . inna s.¤ dían mar daig | a chride cían rochnómaid `in his rush', Met. Dinds. iii 158.11 . dolluid in beist . . . | cucu trésin sál sithi, 106.42 (: Liphi). beris sidhe da iondsaighe, TBC 3920 (Stowe) (= tug sithiugha, Eg. 209 ). tucusa sidhe retha rindluaith ina degaid, Acall. 6058 . im ṡighi ┐ im sirrith o faithchi in brogha, 4098 v.l. corrucadar na longa sin sithi seabchamail o cimsaibh na cuan (sic leg.), CF 35 . ag tairgsin siothadh do thabhairt ar an mbiadh sin le n-a mbealaibh, ZCP iv 420.20 . geibh ad cridhe do chrédha | beir sidhe ar an soisgéla, IGT Decl. ex. 230 . tugais sidhe go Sliabh nGamh | lá eile d'argain biodhbhadh, Aithd. D. 40.37 . tug ó chridhe i n-am éigne | sidhe i gcrann dar gcoimhéidne `He rushed to the Cross', 67.34 . táinig Críosd . . . | tug sidbe a hucht an Athar, DDána 23.5 . tug sith sanntach nimhneach . . . air, Oss. iii 130.23 . do theitheadar gan sith gan deabaidh `assault', Mart. Don. xxxi 22 . dobeiredh-san (sic leg.) sithi ar an ēn eili (of a fox), CF 979 . rugastar onchú . . . sit[h]e dícra deg-thapaidh d'innsaige Fergusa, Celt. Rev. iv 116.8 . sighi se[i]g di aild no clo do glasré[i]n, RC xiii 222.16 . tug an ghreagh . . . | sidhe docht greadhnach san ngart, Measgra D. 15.32 . sidhe seabhaic fa ealtain ar fhásach, Hackett xl 176 (sithughadh, v.l.). an tan do-bheir sidhe ar dhol fá dhaingean dá dídean féin air (of a mouse trying to escape from a cat), TSh. 2347 . `sith a pass, thrust, attempt', O'R.

? g s. used attributively: clí dergóir co ṅglaini, | cor-recht tar sál sidi (: bili), Fél. Sept. 10 (`over the swelling (?) sea (he came) with law').