srutha(i)r

Cite this: eDIL s.v. srutha(i)r or dil.ie/38859

n ā,f.? (ī,f., Ó Máille, Lang. of AU p. 144 ) (sruth) river, stream, current : sruthar saeglond nodassaig `a lordly river visits it', Met. Dinds. ii 82.41 . rolen sruthair (sruthar, v.l.) na Segsa | ben luchair (sic leg.) na lánchennsa, iii 290.53 . bellum Sruthrae, AU i 232.10 . dar tuind sruthra sále siṅg, LL 298a9 ( SG 366.9 ). ? bró dianmarcc drechda | na srianmarc sruthra (: luchra), SG 241.23 . dar sruthair na Bónni, MU² 260 . nírba churches fri sruthair `be not a sedge against a stream', Ériu i 194 § 5 . loch genfeas a sruthair na Slane, Lec. 234vb25 . dethbir ar a méit da crú . . . dochúaid fo shruthair na haband with the current of the river, TBC 2428 . tancatar rempu im- mach bar Sruthair na Maile Chind Tiri `on the current', CRR 10 . dar grellacha ┐ dar sruthra, LU 4688 . tré shruthrachaibh Sionna sriubh-gloine, FM v 1570.14 . Common in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.

? Compd.: srón . . . ag siledh co sruthurraith tar slesaibh na senaighthi, Caithr. Thoirdh. 104.19 .