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').

2 side

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Forms: saide, side, sede, side, sidi, sidi, side, sidi, saidai, sidi, side, sidi, sidi, sidi, ade, adi, ede, ide, de, di, ade, ede, ide, de, ade, ade, adi, di, adi, ade, adi, de, dé, di, eiside, esede, arachuitsidi, ishe, frian- genitnesidi, aníccide, sidi

Form of the anaphoric pron. suide (q.v.) used as enclitic, though retaining in O.Ir. some traces of original inflection, and frequently written separately from preceding stressed word in MSS. Later also saide. Also without initial s (form resulting from lenition in fem., etc.), and de, etc. O.Ir. forms. n s m. side, sede, Wb. 2a21 , 24a37 . side, Sg. 199a5 may be fem., and in Wb. 4b14 neut. (see són). a s f. rosfailsigestar som sidi (bríathar), Wb. 31a9 . (?) fuiri sidi , Sg. 199a5 . n pl. (all genders) side, more freq. sidi. saidai, BCr. 18c3 . a pl. sidi. g s m. side, sidi, ? f. sidi, Wb. 3b18 . g pl. sidi. The forms ade, adi, ede, ide, de, di occur as follows: n s. ade, ede, ide, de (all examples fem. except (?) ciphé ade , Ml. 26a1 ). n pl. ade, adi, di. a pl. adi. g s. and g pl. ade, adi, de, dé, di.

Used to emphasize the third persons of pronouns, and the pronominal element (third person) in possessives, verbs and conjugated prepositions.

(a) emphasizing independent pronouns: is heside as eola, Wb. 4b1 . Sg. 209b25 . eiside, MacCarthy 286.20 . esede, MU² 860 . ol séside, TBFr. 371 . is se side ro herbad do marbad mac U., IT i 75.20 . cathair i sidhe co n-ilimud n-oir, St. Ercuil 1224 . ithesidi dorumadirsi, Ml. 16c11 . Wb. 3c14 , 27a13 , 28d5 . cateat side? Críth Gabl. 304 . cateat sidi? 554 . is iat-side do- rónait, etc., PH 990 . deacht athar no maicc ciphé ade `which- ever it be', Ml. 26a1 . lann segar and issi ede dulchinne inmílti, Wb. 11a5 . issí ide asmberse, BCr. 32a7 .

(b) emphasizing infixed and suffixed pronouns: iss í in bria- thar insin et rosfailsigestar som sidi, Wb. 31a9 . nisnarróetmarni sidi, Sg. 16a8 . nísnairmim sidi, 205a2 . ni pam slán-sa . . . conid n-accur saide, IT i 72.2 . is fri frithorcuin dait siu dosratsat som adi (of arms), Ml. 44a14 . nisrothechtusa di (sic MS.), 44b10 - 11 . gaibthussom eidi ceth etar dé notlaic `he sings them', Mon. Tall. 30 (138.29) . gabtus edi, ibid. ( 139.1 ).

(c) emphasizing possessives: arachuitsidi, Wb. 8d24 , 16c26 , 19a11 . nabla aainmsithi, Hib. Min. 1.12 . ina airenuch saide, MU² 746 . a banchéli sidé, LU 3158 . f. uita aeterna ishe adúlchinnesidi, Wb. 3b18 . a hord side, IT i 39.11 . pl. frian- genitnesidi, Sg. 203a17 . a tobachsaide (i.e. athgabála), Laws i 112.16 . Note also: cuic cinaid cach ae side `fivefold are the crimes of each of these', Laws i 238.9 . a eregem adi, Ml. 35a20 , 36a15 . a thorbe de, Wb. 1a3 (`thereof'). [is hé] a bés ade, 24a17 , 28c10 . a fhorcomét adi `to observe this', Sg. 22a1 . Note also: is-aídi ( Celtica xviii 82 ). . . .i. is ái in cin quasi cuius uel ablatiuus pro genitiuo gl. cuia (quia, taken by glossator as = cuius), Sg. 203a18 . ócaire, is ardu a airechas adi, Críth Gabl. 87 . ará áildi ade `for her beauty', Ml. 32a22 . ánaram di, 18d3 . ishé didiu ambés adi, 19d6 , 31a17 . aníccide, Wb. 4c39 . aserc ade to love them, 15c10 , 25b21 . issí apennit dé, 26b20 (`for it'). atuasulcud adi indi rainn `their resolution', Sg. 74b3 . inna mmedón aide, TBFr. 104 .

(d) emphasizing the pronominal element in verbal forms: asbert side, Ml. 16c10 , 23b7 . Wb. 2a21 , 2c17 , 4d15 , 6c27 , 10a26 , 24a37 , 25a26 . Sg. 199a5 . is dia búaib direnar side, Críth Gabl. 329 . boisidé, LU 3163 . f. arceissi side, IT i 145.11 . pl. adceter sidi , Ml. 3a4 , 85c12 , 138c4 . Tur. 11 . Wb. 13a13 , 14d34 , 22d3 . Sg. 202b3 . BCr. 18c3 . ro chansat-side, LU 4028 ( SC 48 ). asnduchrist rocét de, Ml. 25b6 . amal dongní ade cachsián, Wb. 24d10 . luith ide, ZCP viii 311.3 . huare ishitilchaib ardaib nobitis adi, Ml. 14a9 . béss rísat ade, Wb. 5b39 . a chornairi . . . sennait[i]di, TBFr. 253 .

(e) with copula: is éola side, Wb. 1a4 , 4b14 , 13a18 , 22d3 . Tur. 33 . Sg. 203a19 . in fer midboth aile . . . is trebairiu side, Críth Gabl. 39 . ar ba fisid side, RC xxiv 194.3 . pl. aritmathi side ocaslug, Wb. 30c13 . Ml. 36c14 . Sg. 201b12 . mógisidi uili do dia `they are all servants of God', Wb. 7d10 . ata nanmman sidi `that they are nouns', Sg. 154b2 . in ti renas nad cren ni meisech sidhi imna, Laws iii 44.6 . Mess B. . . . ingen sidé Echdach, LU 8011 (BDD). buidig sidi they were grateful, Sc.M² 4 . Hiruath . . . mac side Arcilaus, PH 6961 . flaith side i-tá betha cen bás, 3946 . is irlam lib ade, Wb. 16d7 . airis coitchen ade cacha áirme, Sg. 198a14 . abram ┐ isac ┐ iacob, air batar carait iresaig adi, Ml. 31a3 . can as aidi? Ériu iv 146.10 (cf. can a[s] suidiu, 23 ).

(f) emphasizing pronominal element in conjugated forms of prepositions (replacing O.Ir. simple prep. with suide): air- side, PH 1928 . amail teit . . . is amlaidh sidhe ro erigh . . ., St. Ercuil 501 . dentar comairle . . . de-side, TBC 5114 . ní éta gabail disside, IT i 71.12 . de-side from this, for this reason, hence, consequently : conidh edh ro-fás desidhe, Sc.M² R 4 . ni maith duine do beith a aenur, denum deside do fortachtaidi bus chosmail fris therefore let us make, Lec. 265rb12 . de sidi `thereupon', TTebe 2151 . co sroiglib . . . is dibside sraiglit na pecdachu, LU 2090 ( FA 16 ). óin dib side, IT i 17.33 . rachuas do-saide buadrugud a meic, TBC 4686 . Sem, mac do side Asur, MacCarthy 288.14 . fair-side, MU² 809 . conimmolṅgai side cesad fuiri sidi, Sg. 199a5 . foraib-side, PH 3572 . is frisside atberthe Goll, LU 3173 . friasidhe, Hib. Min. 14.466 . annside, IT i 181.24 . and side, 182.20 . innte-side, PH 3763 . lai[s]-side, 2482 . acciside, LU 3882 ( SC 39 ). tarrsi-side, TBC 3728 . díbide, LU 6450 . díb-ide, TBC 2598 (dibsidén, v.l.). dóibide, 2054 .

(g) exceptionally with noun: ar in mbliadain ade, Laws ii 370.10 Comm .

(h) the form ade, etc., is freq. in Laws Comm. in phrases glossing forms of suide (cf. ada due, fit, right?): fors ní egda hisin gl. forsuidib, i 272.31 . dar inni adaisin gl. dar sodain, ii 324.14 . isin ni ada aisin gl. i suide, 398.16 . don niadahisein gl. dosuidiu, iii 44.19 . do na hibadha hisín gl. disuidiu, iv 90.6 . fo chosmailius na aei eadha isin gl. isuide, 168.8 . o naei fheadha . . . isin gl. o ta suidiu, iv 178.6 Comm . Note also: iars aniadaisin gl. iar sund, i 156.1 Comm . do shuidiu glossed by donaibh adha ísin `those dues', O'Dav. 813 . im ib egda isin, Laws i 270.25 Comm . isi ada foiritheo uais do berar don cach, ii 388.6 Comm . na hedu isin cét feis `these cases', iv 104.2 Comm .

See saic, seo, sideic, sidéin, sin, són, ón, etc.

1 sided

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x see 1 side.

? 2 sided

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ind gan do shideadh (sic MS.; (?) gan seachnadh, Ed.) catha no cruais | tógbhuid suas sé athnaidh túis; | ba fíor flatha iar ndáil bháis, | maidhm sheacht gcatha ré a ghnúis, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 5.16 . Passage prob. corrupt.

sideic

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(= 2 side) a form of the suffixed anaphoric demonstra- tive pron. fairly freq. in the Laws, `perhaps a conflation of the two forms side and seic' (Plummer MS. notes) (cf. sidéin): na degha sidheig `after that', Laws iv 268.11 . Nuadu Derg . . . derbrathair do Laegaire eisideic, i 4.25 Comm . alidside .i. airiltnigidh seisideig, iv 168.13 Comm . a da trian sidheig two thirds of it, ii 414.7 Comm . nucu bera ni desideich `she shall obtain nothing thereof', 410.12 Comm . becdentaid isi annsai- deic `she is a small worker in this particular', 390.23 Comm . a rath sidec, 204.20 Comm . do sidheicc `to him', v 248.30 Comm . gach mulchnoc dímhór dibhsideig, TBC p. 369 n. 14 . fuair sidéic, SG 361.40 . a contrardasidheic, Aisl. Tund. 98 § 1 . robi sideic ac brisiud inn [fh]eoir, TTebe 1786 . dia frithaileam sideic, 2456 .

sidéin

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Forms: and-siden, assidein

pron a form of 2 side influenced by féin: mana mairenn sidhein . . . mana mairenn sein . . ., Laws iv 258.15 Comm . rogob siden, Irish Texts iii 1 § 2 . táinic sídhein, ML 12.10 (= tāinic-sēin, ML² 170 ). and-siden, ZCP xiii 176.8 . teine na hesáonta[d] isidhein, RC xxv 392.16 . is eisidein ba ri ar Asardhaib, D iv 2, 26ra27 . ina dhiaig sidein, ib. z . assidein, Ann. Conn. 1256.5 . do-siden, TTebe 2350 . Baine didiu a hainm siden fen, Geneal. Tracts 110.1 .

sidemnaig

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n a s. (1 side) blowing : mar sigemnaig (? leg. sidem- nach) builg oc berbad míanaig súgad ┐ imlécad a anala, Thr. Ir. Gl. 36.20 (s.v. prúll).

sidén

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Forms: sidhan

n (1 side) a blast (of wind), a gush (of blood): sidhan. gaeithe gl. flamen, Ir. Gl. 997 . timgéra dig al-Loch Láu | intan frisseill sidan cráu `stream of blood', Im. Brain § 59 (fian, v.l.). siodān do ghaoith Mhārta, Feis TC 985 . asan ttáobh ó dheas thig an siden gáoithe, Job xxxvii 9 .