silín

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x see sirín.

sill

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n (Lat. sillus, a measure of weight ): sillus . . . est unus scrip- tulus et quarta pars scriptuli; inna da s.¤ is da scripul coleth, RC viii 368 .

silla

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x see sillab.

sillab

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Forms: sillabæ, sillaibe, sillab, sillab, silla, sillaidh, siolla, sillada, siolla, siolladh, sillaeb, sillæb, sillæba, sillaoba

n ā,f. (Lat. syllaba): g s. inna cétni sillabæ , Sg. 212b1 . sillaibe, LB 227a16 . Later also m.: n s. in sillab deighinach . . . in sillab toiseach, Auraic. 2369 - 70 = int shillab dedenach . . . int shillab thoisenach, 91 - 92 . a s. in sillab toiseach, 2368 = int shillaib toisich, 91 . Mod.Ir. silla m. somet. with dental inflection: a s. sillaidh, O'Gr. Cat. 300.13 . n p. trí siolla , IGT Introd. 27.5 . na sillada , O'Gr. Cat. 301.26 . g p. siolla, IGT Introd. 1.21 . Note also n s. siolladh, Luc. Fid. 270.8 . Also sillaeb: n s. sillæb, ZCP xii 295.4 . n p. sillæba, Fél. 4.25 . a p. sillaoba, Auraic. 2745 .

(a) a syllable : it sillaba fodlidi is follus són asind ḟers `they are separate syllables: this is manifest from the verse', Sg. 111b1 . ar it lia sillaba o illitrib quam ó oinlitrib, 71a18 . ní sluindi s.¤ folad trée feisin manip sin s.¤ coní bes rann insce `no syllable by itself expresses a substance, unless it be a syllable which is able to be a part of speech', 25b14 . issi int s.¤ diuit s.¤ ellaig rainne ┐ nad ṡluindi folad `this is the simple syllable, a syllable in the body of a part (of speech), . . .', 25b13 . sillaidi (?) gl. syllaba, Ir. Gl. 231 . du i mbi imrecra s.¤ , Lib. Hymn. i 64.57 . cethri líni cech caibtil, ┐ se sillaba déc cech líne, 14.7 . cate tomus cach hái i sillabaib? (of metres), IT iii 7.4 . cræd is saellæb and? . . . Tinōl timaircthech litrech nō guta a n-ainm, ūair is foirpthi int [ṡ]illæb cach guthaidi trichi ┐ nī thēit tar sē litrib ar mēd ┐ is airi aderar sillæb ōn ḟocol sasillabui .i. as inand sin asin grēig ┐ comtinōl asin laitin ┐ asinn gæidilg, ZCP xii 295.1 - 3 - 4 . ni boí saine litre na sillaibe hi cairt dib sech araile, LB 227a16 . dogniat [na guthacha] sillaib a n-ænur per se sillabam faciunt, Auraic. 366 . iarcomrac . . . .i. comrac na tri s.¤ forsna da sillabaib tuiseacha, 1420 . trí siolla as cóir a mbráthair na hiomarbhádha tig ó phearsuin lóir, mur tá so: as gilide no as duibhidi, IGT Introd. 27.6 . ga líon siolla san fhocal as sía do Gháoidhilg, 1.21 . gach persa lóir énṡilla every monosyllabic abstract noun, IGT Decl. ex. 1006 n . a bhfocluibh . . . comhmhaith ┐ do bhiadaois siolladh ar shiolladh ann, Luc. Fid. 270.8 . foirceadlaidhe .i. fear ag a mbí gramadac . . . ┐ siollaba knowledge of metres (?), MS. Mat. 494.34 (`orthography').

(b) hence of something very slight a jot, a tittle; of music, a note; of wind, a puff: . . . fán siolla as lugha dhe do bhéin díom, Desid. 5031 (i.e. of the faith). ní bhfuil . . . siolla do shásaibh | i ngliaidh na ruag . . . | nár theastaigh, Hackett xl 90 . má sheinnid le céill, | gach siolla d'á dtug athair na ngrás d'Olldhámh na dtéud, Hardiman i 6.15 . siolla de ghaoith Mhárta, ITS i 10.6 . See also Dinneen.

sillabacda

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adj io, iā (sillab) syllabic, according to syllables : a delidin s.¤ (e.g. gossa fer .i. Fergossa), Auraic. 5312 .

sillabach

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x see sillaebach.

sillada

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n a p.? dogní Mocuda siolladha dona hoghaibh, BNnÉ 295 § 24 (reading of Stowe for cailledha (? = caillecha) of text).

sillaeb

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x see sillab.

sillaebach

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adj o, ā (sillaeb s.v. sillab) syllabic, pertaining to syllables : deilidi foclach fæbrach | is deilidi s.¤ `metathesis of syllables', Auraic. 2134 . Cf. tretsillabach, déṡillabach, etc.

sillaire

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Forms: siollaire

n (? silla) io,m. Exact sense not clear: an siollaire mer muilchennach mo grádh chroidhe an laoch, O'Gr. Cat. 583.34 . siollaire sámh soinenta, 36 . an siollaire geanamhail grinn (of a good musician), Keat. Poems 281 . is léir a ngleó-cnoic gur thuiteadar | siollairídhe treun air lár, Jacobite P. 12.6 . siollaire `a beater, striker, smiter, a dexterous harper; also a good singer ', P.O'C. See also Dinneen.

sillanach

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adj o, ā (? silla) thin, fine (?): do bheir an feadán leis agus do sh[e]inn ceól sruthbhinn siollanach sáimhchaoin, ITS xxiv 100.23 .