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.

sifis

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x see seinnid.

? sig

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ind adbur aile a breith nach eidir in sig ut do séna .i. clu coitchenn na tíre, O'D. 1697 ( H. 2.12, no. 8 ).

sigech?

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ind is uime na tugadh an dibadh do macaib Iugaine, fobith ba fingalaigh iat etarru fein mua batsigech no ma s.¤ , O'C. 2252 ( Eg. 88, fo. 18 ).

sigen, sigin

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Forms: tṡigen, sigin, signi, sígne, sighnibh, sigen, sighean, sighin, sighni, singin

n (Lat. signum) ā and i,f.: n s. in tṡigen , TTr. 952 . a s. sigin, Lat. Lives 110.13 . PH 754 . g s. na signi , BB 431a12 . n pl. sígne, LB 257a66 . d pl. sighnibh, CCath. 4835 . Somet. m. a s. sigen, Lat. Lives 63.1 . RC xxiii 416 § 29 . See also IGT Decl . sighean f., § 54 , sighin f., § 150.5 , sighni (pl. only), § 180.3 . The form in TSh. is singin m. and f.

(a) a sign, token, mark; an omen or portent : dobered s.¤ na crochi dar a agaid, Lat. Lives 63.1 . na delba clochda . . . cen sigin na crochi do fuirmed indib, PH 754 . do sighnibh ┐ derbairrdibh . . . a naidedh omens, CCath. 4835 . for mer- gedhaibh . . . ┐ for signib na slogh, 2619 . fíugra . . . ┐ sígne, LB 257a66 . ná bíodh ar inmhe n-ísil | sighne ríogh san Rúaidhrísin, IGT Decl. ex. 24 . ? súil tar chineadh cCuinn do chuir | sighean gá buing ag biodhbhuidh, ex. 1410 . cuirther d'íathmhagh Chinid Chais | sighin gu híarthar Irrais, ex. 2006 . as a sighnibh bíaidh fa bhladh | ní gar d'inghin í Bhríain bean, ex. 2077 . soighead go sighnibh toile | is í d'arm na hionmhuine with marks of affection, DDána 78.5 . sighin luath is guidhe ghnáth, 93.16 . cúig sochair mar sighne ríogh, Content. xiii 24 . féach ar ṡíghnibh an aedhir `portents', Oss. iv 66.12 . sighin .i. comharrdha, sighne .i. comharthadha, O'Cl. trés na dearbh- thuibh, trés na sighnibh, ┐ trés na comharthadhuibh do gheibhim, Desid. 4710 . dearbhtha ┐ sighne, 4718 . mar ar orduigh Dia don aingeal singin tau do chor i n-éadan gach aoin, TSh. 703 . le lamhuibh na n-absdol do nithidhe sighnte ┐ gniomha uathbhasacha, Luc. Fid. 380.15 .

(b) the name of a particular spear said to have been the property of Saturn: is andsin rogab . . . Hectair .i. in sigin Satuirn a ṡenathar ina láim: gai side slindlethan sithremur sithard, TTr. 1729 . sigean ┐ sust gaili do senatharsu sin .i. Satuirn, BB 431a3 . tech irrabi in tṡ.¤ Shatuirn . . . cona sigen- chomētaid, TTr. 952 . tainic saint na signi co soigsinach ┐ do eirig a aigned co harachta la Hechtair, BB 431a12 . go ttug Prímh in cloidhemh corr | issin tsighin ó Sadorn, Duan. Finn i 51.18 .

Compd. ¤chométaid the keeper of the `sigen Saturin': is andsin ra chonnaic in sigen-chometaid sain, TTr. 971 .

sigid

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adj [i] constant, enduring, persistent : oc dīgde Dé do nimib mo chorp rop sigith (glossed: .i. rob buan) sóethrach `may my body be lastingly (?) laborious', Thes ii. 353.4 ( Hy. vi ). ? Same word as sidid.

sigide

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n [,f.] (sigid) pertinacity, obstinacy, persistence: pertinacia .i. sigide imresin .i. uitium `pertinacity of the contest', Thes. ii 9.26 ( Acr. 30v ). ? To this: . . . for ard síthbe sigidi eich doríadat séotu. LU 9253 .

sigin

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sigla

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n n pl. (Lat. sigilla) ` signs, abbreviations ' ( Auraic. Index ): Auraic. 5918 , 6106 .