2 sín, ? sin

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n the name of the ring or collar worn by Morann mac Máin. According to another tradition it was an epistle used as a charm. Thurneysen ( ZCP xii 278 ) believes the name to have arisen out of a misinterpretation of a passage in Audacht Morainn: dīrge dlegar cach flathemon in sin, ad- mestar dar midrīana ad-mórchlotha miditer, xi 80 § 3 .

sin .i. muince, O'C. 119 ( H. 3.18, p. 73 ). sīn .i. cruind. Unde sīn Maic Māin .i. sīn bōi imo brāgoid fri foichill fīrinde. Intan atbereth fīrinde ba fairsing, ba cumang intan atbered gō. Nō eipistil bōi immo brāgoit fri foirgell fīrinde, Corm. Y 1160 . `sín' muince, `sin ainm slabraidh, Met. Gl. 20 § 63 . Cf. sindon (? leg. sin dono) .i. slabrad, O'Mulc. 842 . bai sin aile la Morand .i. cuaird bec bai lais amal circáill ḟeta, IT iii 190 § 15 . dorigneadh cumdach oir ┐ airgid lesin imon sreabann sin, co rob é sin `Sín Meic main' iarum, § 14 . in dā fīr dhēc flatha . . . .i. Tre-sin Moraind, Tal Mochta, Crannchur Seancha . . ., 188 § 11 . otchonairc . . . in epistil ima bhraigit imco- marcaid de cid sin (= cid sin sein, IT iii 190 § 16 ) a Moraind. adde ol C. . . . bídh sin Moraind ondíu co brath he, BB 261b23 . in s.¤ .i. idh Moraind, ZCP xi 65.3 . Sīn Morainn . . . | 'mo bacat a lō dālo, Sitzungsb. 1919 v 93 § 25 . ? To this, by transf.: dar sin a mhant the circle of his gums, TFrag. 146.11 .