srethad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. srethad or dil.ie/38805

 

u m. vn. of srethaid.

(a) act of spreading out, dispersing; arraying, disposing : slige fri s.¤ soergrád, SR 614 . fri s.¤ slóg, 2443 . cóiced n-Echach rodál dó, | ba s.¤ sám co sáer-gnó `it was a concourse peaceful', Metr. Dinds. iii 270.18 . ? rígan . . . | diarb ainm serb, re sreathadh sith, | Medb, 366.11 v.l. (rosrethad, text). iar na srethud ┐ scailiud . . . fo crichaib . . . na hEtali, LB 227b21 . s.¤ fairne `arranging a troop' (sretha, v.l.), RC xxvi 24 § 73 . do medar lochta na sealga aca sreathad 'na timchell `ranking', TTebe 644 . do thimsugad luirech . . . ar n-a s.¤ ┐ ar n-a sluaig-diglaim do gleire gaithlennach `arranged and selected', MR 224.9 . ag sreathadh con ar chionn sealg, LBranach 4230 .

(b) act of imposing, levying (a tax, etc.): dob eiccin an cin do srethadh ar shaccartoibh ┐ ar cheilibh Dé an baile, ZCP x 8 n. 8 .