sannaid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. sannaid or dil.ie/36186

 

Forms: sannud

v ā Legal separates, alienates (land): is mesiuch cach fear fine cunai a fintiud; naid inrean, naide sanna (sic SM Facs. 33b ) `he is not to sell it, or alienate it' (i.e. land belonging to the family), Laws ii 282.8 .i. na sgailend, 15 Comm . ; `entfremdet', ZCP xiv 371 . ni tualuing imfoichida . . . nodo sanna (sic SM Facs. 34a ) finnteaduib `who alienates his tribe-lands', 284.22 .i. do mac foesma do ainfine `to an adopted son from a strange tribe', 286.2 Comm . ; `wer sie von Sippen-ländern trennt', ZCP xiv 373 . ni sanntar ni seacha fine o becaib co moraib, v 442.20 .i. noco comscailter ni de sech ín fine dia roisit a les fen, 444.5 Comm . Cf. ni sanntar ní sech fine .i. ni comscailter ní don ferann sech in fine, O'Curry 434 ( H 3.18, 235a ). ma ro bronntar .i. im ní de; ma ro sanntur .i. uime uile, O'D. 565 ( H 3.17, 441 ). ? do tshennastar an ferann do macaib, O'Curry 401 ( H 3.18, 223a ).

Vn. sannud: ni tualaing roda selba sanna[d] one who owns it (land) cannot alienate it (?), Laws i 202.5 (but perhaps: one cannot alienate possessions, see under selb) .i. ni coimgech comscailedh in feraind, 206.28 Comm . Cf. ni tualaing selba sanda .i. scailte tire, O'Curry 1990 ( H 4.22, 25 ). forgo set . . . do sannad; a grian techta do sannad, Laws v 436.25 .i. a ferund dligthech do comscailed uadh, 438.10 Comm . Cf. a grian ┐ a forgu sét . . . do sannadh, O'D. 19 ( H 3.17, 19 ). ? forgo sed do sennadh .i. . . . do scailedh, O'Curry 583 ( H 3.18, 289 ).