sidgal

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n ā,f. (? 1 side+1 gal) impetuous valour (?); vehemence (?): in t-áirsidh irgaile ┐ in sond sídgaile, Fianaig. 96.14 . co mMag Slecht na sidgaile `great valour', Folklore iii 495 § 30 (Bodl. Dind.). robai a seolchrand . . . aca dianscailiud . . . ac tocuail ┐ toirniub re sitgail na sæbgaeithi sin `before the violence of that whirlwind', TTebe 1972 . a sitgal ┐ a setfeadach na trenfher sin ac tachar, 409 . Cf. Dinneen s.v. siotghail.

sidid

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adj [i] swift: sidid .i. luath, O'C. 582 ( H. 3.18, p. 289 ). ? Equa- tive of this: sidhbither garmna for lochaibh a luas as swift as a mousetrap . . .?, O'C. 583 ( H. 3.18, p. 289 ). Cf. ba sidhe garmna for lochaibh a luas, O'C. 1368 (ib. H. 3.18 p. 625 ). Cf. sigid.

sidin

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x see sideng.

sidis ?

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x = Eng. siege, cf. sídsi, below: ro ergedur . . . ina ruba rindger . . . ┐ ina toindti tromaidblech . . . ┐ ina sidhis roger rodluith ┐ ina sithbe lasamain, Ériu viii 56.27 (`with their spears close-pressed in the onset').

sidit?

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adv doreith duit for sidit | féil in deochain Felic ` swiftly ', Fél. Ap. 16 . Cf. sidid.

sidiucán

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n a reed : sidhiuccan .i. géosadán. imchuail shidhiuccán, O'Cl.

sídsi

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ind (Eng. siege): tanic se d'Aird na Murchan ┐ do chuir sídsi ma chaislén M., Rel. Celt. ii 178.34 .

sidubal

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n (Eng. or Romance loan-word) citoual (the name of a root): citonalens .i. an sidubhal, 23 K 42, 401.6 . s.¤ `setwall', Rosa Ang. 140.14 . citonalens .i. an sidabal ┐ taid 2 gne air .i. gne ghardha ┐ gne choille, ib. Gl. (< 3 B 15 ). sidaual ┐ crōch ┐ muscus, RSláinte 1693 (translating zedoar, see Du Cange s.v. zedoaria ).

sídugud, síthugud

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Forms: síthachadh, sída- chadh

u m. vn. of sídaigid. síthachadh [sída- chadh], IGT Verbs § 106.19 .

act of pacifying, conciliating, making peace : atcota sotnge (soithngi, v.l.) sīdugud fair speech is a good peacemaker, RC xlv 64 § 30 . ar sigud nairechta .i. ar na hairechtaib do sidhudh, O'C. 2144 ( Eg. 88, fo. 2d ). la clanna saora sighudh .i. is le clannaib na sofer .i. mic na mbretheman ┐ na righ sighugadh na tuath ┐ na cenel, O'C. 2268 (ibid., Eg. 88 fo. 20 ). costud réil .i. s.¤ solusta do chach, LL 187b20 . diambad áil dait ticfad dít Ulaid do s.¤ , MU² 169 . Sencha . . . sobérlaid fher in talman ┐ fer sídaigthi slúaig Ulad, 758 . do sidugud eter firu Hérenn ┐ Alban, LU 303 . ier sīodhugud fri cloind Briain, ZCP xiv 265.14 . sithbarr ar sīthaide (leg. sīth- aigthe, Meyer) | samrīg (leg. samrí) ar samaigt[h]i, viii 205 § 29 . lé fonn a síothoighthe soin from a desire to placate them, Studies 1919, 257 § 13 . do shíodhughadh fheirge th'athar, Parrth. Anma 381.7 .

sithugud

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u,m. (sithaigid) act of (actively) resisting; resistance : ros mbia lóg a sithichtho `they shall have (the) reward of their resistance' (gl. qui autem resistunt, ipsi sibi dampnationem adquirunt), Wb. 6a5 . síthugud (leg. sithugud) fri cūr- sachat[h], ZCP iii 449.23 , Celtica viii 43 .

sieng

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x see sideng.