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ar-saig v(see Ped. ii 606 ) (a) goes towards, advances on:
atsaigtis (arsaigtis v.l. in two MSS) ar sethir `whom our
sisters used to visit
', Fél. Sept. 30 . ardosaichti (artosaich
v.l.) sel sedantai (Setanta v.l.) S. attacks them(?),
75 KZ xxxiii 83.19 ( BB 378b18 ). súithemail slectugud / arsaigter siúit,
LL 1040 = frisogar súitt `which the roads have attained(?)',
Ériu iv 154.5 . ? introethatar fo mamu morflatha .i. in
flaith hisin arasaith foltaib a flatha, O'C. 825 (H 3.18, 379a).
? arroseagat cuir neich fosiseadhar .i. inni ro seachadh iar
80coir do thabairt do neoch na fuisit neneclann, 1998 ( H 4.22,
28 ),
(b) entails, incurs(?): foegium cin innarba arsaig aithgin
(.i. tarrustar aithgin o fir foeghme do gres) entails resti-
tution
, Laws ii 300.21 ( ZCP xiv 378 § 41 ). ar suig fiachu
85cach nindligi every illegality incurs a penalty(?), Laws ii 2.5 .
? arsaidh .i. dighal, ut est arsaig ni dicinn, O'Dav. 32 .
ni .i. olc, ut est arsaidh ni dicenn .i. astar olc do neoch an
glam dicend, ib. (< H. 3.18, 61a ).
(c) luid Liber . . . corusbāidh isin Liber, conid uaide arsegar
`it is called', Dinds. 15 ( RC xv 307 ) = conid uadi ainmnigther,
5 LL 21216 .
Cf. 1, 2 airigid and ar-said, ar-suidi.

arsaigid xsee arsaidid.

ar-saíli v(saílid) expects: adraid ainm ríg . . . rosern cach sín
arsaīlem (adsailim, arsailenn, ar shaoilim v.ll.),
10 ZCP xiv 178.6 . anmann arsáilet fochraic íar mbráth, Eg. 1782 49b2
(cited from Meyer Contribb.).

? arsan n` ancient one ', RC xxvi 16 § 10 .

arsanta adj(arsan) old, ancient: na feallsamain a. ¤ , Ir. Astr. Tr.
146.3 . imchellta in loch . . . o shenchaillig a. ¤ , Alex. 695 .
15 senōir naom-a. ¤ `a holy old man', Fl. Earls 126.6 isna faiblibh
arsantaibh, BNnÉ 78 § 152 . a n-éadaighe a. ¤ worn-out
clothes
, TSh. 6958 .
As subst. is amlaid sin indisid ardsanta na mBretan, Todd
Nenn. 70.9 (= arsatai, BB 207b27 ). arsanda . . . side, IT ii2
20103.20 . do reir dligi[d] eg (= ic) arsantaib, Laws i 282.25
Comm. do reir na na. ¤ , ii 94.8 Comm. Note also (perh. by
conflation with arsatae): do reir na narsatan, Laws v 212.26
Comm. ; 284.15 Comm. ceasta . . . na narsatan, Ir. Astr.
Tr. 2.16 .

25 arsata(e) adj io, iā (arsaid) I Old, ancient: autentica .i.
arsata, Sg. 65a16 . arsatib gl. authenticis, Thes. ii 26.39 (BCr.).
A. ¤ uasal arsata, TTebe 3768 . ficabull . . . arsata `ancient
fig-tree
', ZCP xvii 229.30 . in recht arsata, PH 487 . isna
laithib arsataib, YBL 153a49 .
30 II As subst. arsate gl. antiquarius, Sg. 218b3 . arsatai na
mBreatan, BB 207b27 . do reir arsata `according to the ancients',
BCrólige 5 gl. 1 . on chomailt doberdis na harsata forsna claro
ciartha, Auraic. 1757 = arsanta, 4946 . o scribendaib na n-arsa-
ta, Anecd. iii 64.12 . do rer na n-arsata, Laws v 84.11 Comm.
35 mad iar narsataib na nGoidel according to the antiquaries of
the G.
, RC xlvi 240.8 . ro scribad . . . a catha . . . ┐ a narsata
`their antiquities', IT iii 199 § 57 .
Cf. arsanta.

ar-scaili v(scaílid) looses, hurls: a da ṡleig . . . / ar-dá-
40sgail in ríastarde (air do sgaoil, St.; cota goin, LU), TBC
282 .
Vn. airscaíliud.

arscair xsee ar-scuir.

ar-scarta v(see Ped. ii 616 ) cleans out, clears: rí ro irscart is ro
45glan / tempul, SR 7669 . nucun urscartann se uad . . . duine
glossing nicon urrscair (of the `briugu' who must not refuse
entertainment), Laws v 76.22 Comm. ? Part. diamba
brethem ni bera ae nad urscartai arabeir corus nae, O'C.
2203 ( Eg. 88, 8(9)c ) = ni bera ai nad umsccarttha, O'D.
50 2219 (Nero A vii, 150a).
Vn. airscartad.

? ársceo n(cf. 2 sceo): airel ārsceo (sceo .i. ocus) nemnech
`eine Lagerstätte von verderblichen Gemetzeln' (of a hero),
Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 22 § 3 .

55 ? arscin: ind arciuchlais co rrís mod de carp— a. ¤ di búaib ardchles
no silis roí (rhet.), LU 5481 (= airscin, TBC² 1002 ).

? ar-scuir v separates, removes(?): nicon urrscair fri cach richt
(of the `briugu' who must not refuse hospitality), Laws v
76.10 . ? co neoch arascuiret with those whom they exclude(?),
60 Laws iii 16.30 .i. a ndeoraid ┐ a murcairthe, z Comm. .i.
airet saiges an airscor, O'C. 832 ( H. 3.18, 381a ).
Cf. airscar.

arse xsee 3 ar.

? arsecha: ind a. ¤ (asecha v.l.) riasiu ro fiastar feirg frind .i. dena
65ar soḟégad, RC xxvi 16 § 12 . `? thou shouldst see', Plummer
MS notes.

arsedeclinus n(Engl. or Rom. loanword) archideclyne (Lat.
architriclinus): beridh libh co ha. ¤ i[ad], Smaointe B. Chr.
1583 (see note ). anúair do impádh sé an t-uisci a fín a tigh
70arsidéclina, Maund. 105 . In both exx. appar. as n. pr.,
see O.E.D. s.v. architriclinus .

ar-seinn v(1 seinnid) plays (music): arclistí ┐ arsenti ┐ arcantá
and .i. . . . arsentis crutire ┐ timpanaig, LU 10133 . Cf. ar-
peiti
.

75 ? ar-séna: v ni senubsa . . . do ginsu . . . arsénub imorro in
áer dothaét as du gin-su, LU 9236 = assenfa,
Anecd. iii 48.11 . Cf. 2 sénaid.

? ar-serba: v a cin . . . for nech aridserba . . . ┐ nod mbiatha
(of harbouring a proclaimed person), O'D. 975 (H 3.17, 679d).
80 Cf. fo-serba, 2 serbad.

arsidán ndimin. of arsaid: a. ¤ gl. uetulus, Sg. 47a14 .

arsidetu n t, m. (arsaid) antiquity: as maam roṡechestar arsi-
detaid, Sg. 208b15 .

ar-sisbis v pret. 3 s. brought forth, bore: do feacaid ella idan . . .
85┐ arsisbis mac, YBL 180b20 ( SG 253.24 ). Machou . . .
roussreth fri die gauboir . . . co ndeochoid diob arrith ┐
arsibseis (arsisbis v.l.) (.i. beris) mauc ┐ ingen die oentoirbert,
ZCP iii 238 § 29 . d'ōentoirpirt ructha iat . . . la Fuinche
ingin Náir. Arsisbis do Lugaid mac Con, Fianaig. 4.9 . ? Fut.
3 s. genair nech ann arsiusbhe (airsiusa v.l.) in Gallba G.,
5 Anecd. ii 65.10 . Cf. atdises?