saebad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. saebad or dil.ie/35878

 

[u, m.] vn. of 2 saebaid. IGT Verbs § 67 .

(a) act of twisting, contorting : suile ic a s.¤ (i.e. in death), CCath. 6095 . sestan na seolchrand ic sáebad bending LL 236a12 ( TTr. 1415 ). ní seachna nó saobhadh tug C. do'n urchar `swerve aside', ITS xxiv 120.6 . si . . . collum pervertitur . . . .i. da mbia saobhadh no claóine isin muinél, 23 K 42, 50.4 . go nár fhágaibh an ainbhthine . . . seól gan saobhadh untwisted, ML 48.18 . Of unnatural weather: saobhadh na síon, Dán Dé xxxi 12 . saobhadh síne, Keat. Poems 1506 . saobath ēcuisc (as a result of `vana gloria'), ZCP iii 28.14 = saeibath, Ériu vii 174.8 . Of a shipwreck: o'dclos do in saebhudh sin for loingius na T., Marco P. 150 .

(b) act of perverting, leading astray, deceiving : ní dúibsi is soíbud it is not imposing on you, Wb. 10d11 . ni sáibad sin `no deception this!' (cheville), Metr. Dinds. iii 6.49 . oc saebud in popuil o shaebforcetlaib, PH 2584 . deman . . . doluidh do shaobhadh ina sluagh, Anecd. ii 12.10 . Hiruath sin[n]ach saebtha sloig, YBL 138b38 . gur ēcōir do cuir sē s.¤ brēithre ar baisded na Lumbardach (sic leg.?) changed the wording (of a baptismal formula), ZCP xiii 180.35 . In phr. s.¤ céille act of losing one's senses, derangement, folly : saobhadh céille `perverseness of mind', Content. xii 2 . go ccuireann na daoine ar saobhadh céille makes the people lose their senses, Desid. 2931 . See saebchíall.