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scolóc n ā,f. (1 scol. Cf. Wortk. 118 and RC xxxvii 149 ). scológ
(ceart baininnsgne aigi ┐ innsgni ferinnsgne ann), IGT Decl.
§ 12 (61.25) .
(a) scholar, pupil, student (partic. in a monastery): scoloca
60manestrech Mauritii, MacCarthy 16.2 . intan ba scoloc Molúa
`a student', Fél. 180.41 . toisech na scoloc (in list of officials in
a monastery), Misc. Arch. Soc. i 140.y . denum ar cuid a
scol[óca?] (colophon addressed by scribe to pupils), ZCP iv
156.19 . s. ¤ iar légad a shalm, Triads 233 . eiric giunta co lomad
65a ciabaib na crosan, ┐ na scoloc, ┐ na ningen mael, Laws iii
354.7 Comm . (or in meaning (c)?). da mhacaomh óga battar
iter muinter Colmain Eala. Ro fhoirbrettar, gurbhat sccolóc-
ca móra, BNnÉ 182.10 .
(b) hence disciple, follower, servant of a saint, etc. Equated
70with dalta, Flower Cat. 464.16 , 18 . With timthirid, Aisl. MC
13.21 , 23 . Mac Con Glinne is a `scolaige',his attendant a `scolōc',
114.5 , 9 . a s. ¤ (sic leg.) . . . | cid nā dénum dá chammrand?
15.23 . a scoló[i]c (: oróit), 17.10 . atbert Ciaran fria scoloic
follower, servant (?), Lism. L. 4234 . Perh. also: in scolōg, Feis
75TC 571 = ōglāch, 505 .
(c) tenant of (church) land, farmer (according to Skene, Celtic
Scotland ii 446 - 8 , the scolóca, who formed the lowest class
of the ecclesiastical community, held land from the local
church. Cf. termonach): sean-sgologa ionnraca do bhi na
80n-aodhairidhe ar n-eissi ar in fhearann, O'C. 1143 ( H. 3.18,
455 ). C. . . . scológ in aice Atha cliath `a farmer', Mart. Don.
xliv 12 . Donnchadh O Deirbreó, do bhí na sgolóig ionnraic (a
witness in a lawsuit), ML 178.x . buidhen lescach ┐ s. ¤ `farm-
hands
', AU iii 510.z . do chuir sé a shearbhfhoghantuidhe do
85chum na sgológ, do ghlacadh na dtorthadh, Matth. xxi 34 .
tug sé ar cios do sgológaibh í, Mark xii 1 . Perh. also in: co
facadur in s. ¤ da n-indsaigid, Acall. 3346 (`non-warrior', SG ii
187 ).
As n.pr.: S. ¤ .i. Niall Húa Flandacan, rí Tebtha, RC xvii
375.27 (Tig.) = Scolócc .i. Niall Ua Flannagáin, tigherna
5Tethbha, FM ii 832.1 = Sgolóc O Flannagáin, rí bfer dTethffa,
ALC i 38.6 . Iohannes Mag Sgoloigi, AU iii 60.13 (or leg.
Sgolaigi?).

scolt xsee scoilt.

scoltad n u and o,m. sgoltadh sgaltadh, IGT Verbs § 71 (224.15) .
10 vn. of scoiltid act of splitting, cleaving, dividing : dlugh[e] .i. s. ¤ ,
O'Dav. 681 . s. ¤ connaid `splitting firewood' (forbidden on
Sunday), Ériu ii 202 § 17 . Mon. Tall. 55 (148.2) . ar scaltad a
chridi `after splitting his heart', TTebe 4549 . cin a mac gor
imorro uile forro itir cor ┐ cunnrad ┐ gait ┐ s. ¤ ┐ cach cin
15olchena wounding, O'C. 1231 ( H. 3.18, 494 ) (cf. Laws v 236.10
Comm . ). im cainte . . . ┐ crecha . . . ┐ gona, ┐ scoilte, Laws i
58.13 Comm . fer scoltaidthi in condaid, iii 264.16 Comm . a
inchind . . . do buain a cind C. iar na s. ¤ , 86.z . do scoltadh na
carracc, CCath. 2517 . fear sgoltaidh do chroidhe id chliabh
20(Longinus), A. Ó Dálaigh xxxvi 4 . fer scailti scíath, Studies
1920, 418.28 . le sgoltadh a chóig gcroidheadh, DDána 6.16 .
sgoltadh learg mbán a dá bhonn, Aithd. D. 78.24 . da dorn
déc ina leithead cen scoltadh (of a salmon), RC xviii 32.29 =
FM ii 996.10 . scoltadh cend, Cog. 112.26 . an scoltadh doníter
25arin craidhi wound, Rosa Ang. 136.16 . gach uile bheathach
noch . . . scoiltios an scoilteadh `cleaveth the cleft', Deut. xiv 6 .

scoltaid xsee scoiltid.

scomaid v skins, peels, strips off, bares : ro sgomsatt (sic leg.?)
a bfia[cla?] amhail chona fri lorg they bared their teeth (of bulls
30fighting), ZCP xiv 404.21 . rosgomsat a bfiacla chugo, Aisl. Tund.
95.9 . no tesccadhscomadh da fiaclaibh a n-ingne dibh, CCath.
3977 . na ffuaradar . . . d'uisge . . . do chur i ccoiribh . . . ┐
fiuchadh forra [┐] a légan i mullach in lucht ro bhaoi fo na
cliathaibh, go ro scomha[d?] i[n?] lethar díobh `so that their
35skins peeled off
', TFrag. 234.z .

sconnsa n(Eng. loan-word) sconce, defensive work, fortification :
go ro-imat do sconsaigip (of the wall of a town), Fl. Earls
68.10 . do cuiredh trí mile do lucht pícedh ┐ mhosgadh ar
mbelamh (= ar a mbélaib) ar trí sgonnsuibh, Rel. Celt. ii
40200.8 . na sgonnsuig ar a rabha an namhaid, 29 . is é . . . chét
duine do léim sgonnsa na naomhad diobh, 33 . do righneadur
sgonsa an oidhche sin féin ina roibh dá mhīle musgaoid, Cín
Lae Ó Meall. 12.9 . do ghlacadar sgonsa .i. cladh abhall-
ghoirt, 26.2 . Fig. gaisgiodhach thú, a Chríosduidhi, do
45mhuinntir Dhé, 7 má ghabhuis sgonnsa do chroidhe dhó . . .,
Mac Aingil 145.11 .

1 scóp xsee scúap.

2 scóp xsee scóip.

scor o,m. vn. of scuirid. IGT Decl. § 67 , § 70 (g s. sguir and
50 sgora), §96 . Verbs § 58 . scura sgora `lochdach', ib. = Decl.
§ 2 (39.5) . Note also: don duine théid . . . ar sgor uaibhrigh
na hantoile, TSh. 7456 (perh. analogy of ech, q.v.).
I (a) act of unyoking, unharnessing (horses): cosmulius tuib
arataat ilsenman do suidiu . . . is sain fri cath sain fri s. ¤ `for
55unyoking
', Wb. 12c46 . ní tharnacar acht a eich do scur, MU²
152 . co n-accai dá ech carpuit . . . for scur unyoked (or in a
field
, as in (c)?), Trip.² 2850 . asbert friu cen s. ¤ ind eich, LU
2948 . da ech i laim conici leth eochair in feraind ┐ noco saer
doib a s. ¤ annsidi, Laws iv 20.22 Comm . ni faigebhdais s. ¤ a
60n-ech, BNnÉ 303 § 14 . tráth sguir (metaph. of Doomsday),
Timth. 1916, 17 § 5 .
(b) stud, herd of horses, coll. horses : s. ¤ .i. ba nó eich, O'Dav.
1463 . Cf. scór (= s. ¤ ) dá ech carpaitt a yoke of two horses,
Trip.² 2879 . coro chuir scuru ┐ dáini for teiched (of an appari-
65tion), LL 273b31 . gelair s. ¤ glethe i ngurt fheóir, Met. Dinds.
iii 96.15 . atāid a cheathra ar mo chrud | atāid a sgur ar mo
sgor my steeds number many he has given me (?) (in a pane-
gyric), ZCP viii 228 § 16 . roléicthea na graige fo scoraib fer
ṅHerenn, RC xiii 90 § 110 . dáil a cruidh . . . | dáil a sguir,
70 DDána 99.9 . a scor . . . ar lúth `its . . . horses at their speed',
O'Gr. Cat. 474.19 . na cluana caidhid a sguir the meadows,
where are their grazing horses
? L. Cl. A. Buidhe 163.39 . imdha
ar do sgur cháomh chomhdhonn | conghland don Dubh sháor
Shaighleand, IGT Decl. ex. 1509 . ro bron s. ¤ ┐ ro sccail bú
75`bestowed horses', FM ii 898.18 .
In phrases: idir gilla scuir nach sceinn ostler, SG 111.20 .
a maoruigheacht sguir `stewardship', JRSAI ii 344.14 . toísech
scuir master of the horse, leader of the cavalry: B., toesech scuir
ríg h-Erend, LL 303a31 ( SG 377.34 = RC xiii 78.x ). dá ech
80tháisig scuir na bfiann, SG 100.19 . an taisigecht scuir ag h-Ib
Fiacrach Find the post of master of the horse, Hy Maine 86.6 .
(c) paddock, enclosure for horses, meadow, pasture : tucait . . .
a ṅgrega d'fhergeltaib ┐ scoraib, TBC 73 . ra batar a n-eich i
n-oenscur . . . ┐ a n-araid ic oentenid, 3585 . an airat ro soich
85a s. ¤ sidhe for gach leith ` "scor"-lands', Laws iv 226.z (acc. to
note p. 227 glossed magh .i. cluain). s. ¤ fir mancuine ni haile
fiacha na tidrudus, v 490.2 , mancuine .i. in s. ¤ doni in fer,
23 Comm . in s. ¤ ┐ in mainner ┐ in dun, ii 50.25 Comm . sgor
.i. cluain, O'C. 1463 ( H. 3.18, 650b ). fo bith sguir ┐ imcoiméta
┐ uadabar cinadha (text), sguir .i. feoir (comm.), O'Don. 864
5( H. 3.17, 617 ). Cf. sgor sgothus fia thuathaibh tuilchedla,
Ériu xiii 17.12 . fáonan sgor sgotha, 26.5 , cf. s. ¤ .i. bidh doigh
com[b]a inann ┐ magh, ut est faenan s. ¤ scothas .i. is cosmail
fri mbrechtrad scoth for magh. No is faenan innann lium
rocumaidh í ┐ scoth for scór, O'Dav. 1435 . tar bharr sguir
10nár sgaoil an drúcht that no dew has fallen across the pasture,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 266.43 . s. ¤ raifhérach, radharc cnoc | amharc
aiérach accat `a grassy scaur' (a poet is accused of composing
in the open air), Studies 1920, 261 § 2 .
(d) camp, encampment : it é beti i scoraib ┐ il longphortaib
15díabail, LU 2401 . ? tíagam uáthad slúaig co pupaill móir-
scoith ┐ s. ¤ anacal di leccaib, 5549 = TBC² 1067 . i sgor Ailella
is Medba, TBC 2390 , v.l. (llongphort, text). iar tellach na s. ¤
`die Zelte aufnehmen', Alex. 153 . teid do a s. ¤ du i mbaei A.,
BB 429a27 = conici na scuru irrabi A., LL 238b10 ( TTr. 1605 ).
20 cur raemid for V . . . . docum a s. ¤ , CCath. 3062 . a n-dib scoraib
`in two camps', AU iii 350.16 . o ro airighsidhe a nemhtathaighe
as a sccoraibh sechtair `that they were not in the habit of going
outside their encampments
', FM vi 2192.21 .
(e) band, company, host (of people, etc.); amount, quantity:
25 s. ¤ .i. iomad, O'Cl. it aidbli fíad scoraib | rígrad Chríst, Fél.
Prol. 81 . batar hili slóig a scuir, SR 4579 . ? srethaib sutrall
soillsi scuir, 4365 . diarbo hóenach s. ¤ scélach `of storied troops',
Met. Dinds. i 28.10 . rígda in s. ¤ `royal the band', iii 240.7 .
benfaid s. ¤ na scol dom druim `the school bands', Fen. 372.9 .
30 mar adeir an s. ¤ dlighthe so sís, O'C. 2248 ( Eg. 88, 18 (19)b ).
ar gach leith don ród lán do scoraibh Lochlonnach `companies',
Keat. iii 3541 . sgor . . . ógh iodhan, Measgra D. 16.35 .
II Act of desisting from, ceasing, coming to an end : (a) ar is
mórdolig mo nert do s. ¤ ó nirt mná that my strength should
35vanish
(?), LU 3899 (`to let loose my strength on account of the
strength of a woman
', SC² 41 , cf. I (a) supra). a gnima gascid
do scur dona slúagaib that the hosts should cease fighting, TBC
4516 . s. ¤ ind óenaig the (formal) dissolving of the fair (see note),
Met. Dinds. iii 22.269 . ní fhil s. ¤ na n-olc sin de maní idbartar
40F. ┐ E. those evils will not be dispelled, BB 412b50 . scur in
catha, CCath. 4043 . scur ┐ etergleodh na mórchaingni-si
`issue', 4077 . iar scur a oipre cach n-óidhchi, Dinds. 55 ( RC
xv 451 ). air sgur don sgainnir, RC xxi 399.16 . ar sgur fhaghla
na hÉirionn, TD 27.1 . do sgur chommórthais chlann gCuinn |
45red bharr `to check the contest of the tribes of C. with thy . . .
locks
', 2.5 . do mhaithfeadh Críosd do chionn sguir | a bhfuil
d'fhiachaibh ar m'anmain if I repent (i.e. renounce sin), Dán
Dé iv 4 (see note). nī scur nō anadh dorōnadh leō co rāngadur
. . . they made neither stop nor stay, Feis TC 1721 . sgaoileadh
50gan sgur immediate destruction, Magauran 3118 . teagasgaidh
sí gan sgur ceaselessly, Donl. xi 2 . ? a sgur féin gér fheidhm
don óigh `though her bereavement was as much as she could
bear
', PBocht 13.15 .
(b) with follg. DI: iar scur cech aidche . . . | dond fhiur . . . |
55dia indeóin, Met. Dinds. iii 262.25 . d'egla sguir d'ól dá
n-aoidhigh for fear the guest should cease drinking, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 74.95 . ó sgur dhíobh go ngéabham gnaoi `I shall act
more satisfactorily in leaving them alone
', PBocht 1.30 . sccur
. . . dia ffoghail `to desist', FM vi 2050.16 . iar s. ¤ caich don
60opair, Ann. Conn. 1243.4 . dena sgur don sgainníll, Études
Celt. i 79.25 . sgor do'n pheacadh, Donl. 296.1 .
(c) with follg. FOR: gorta . . . ní biad s. ¤ furri mani edbrad a
maccu would not cease, LL 218a32 ( TTr. 90 ). scur ┐ foircenn
do beith for na docraibh sin doib, CCath. 4526 . is e an la
65cetna dano dobera scur . . . ar bhar soethraip will put an end
to your labours
, 5054 . tabhram sgur ara sgélaibh, Top. Poems²
153 . gur bhó mithidh lá Dia sccur críoch ┐ foircend do chur
for choccadh G., FM v 1792.x .
(d) in phrases with follg. gen.: ro-adairset in oen Dia cen
70scur n-amsire for ever, PH 358 . mairg tēit ar iasacht | i cath i
s. ¤ anma imod (leg. is cor ?), PRIA xix 544 § 21 ( LL 146b42 ). s. ¤
docra ┐ dobet[h]adh `a separation from hardship', CCath. 4528 .
ar sgur faghla dá fholt, Studies 1929, 593 § 5 . as sgor ratha
d'aird-rig a uathúghadh a decline of prosperity, ML 104.1 . co
75mba scur saegail sochaidhi in plaigh isin, CCath. 1024 . scur
side ┐ caincomhraic, 1042 .
(e) g s. as attrib.: mo bhuille sguir asé so `my finishing blow',
MS. Mat. 569.x . i n-aghaidh Dé gan dáil sguir | do bhí Pól
without respite, Dán Dé vi 26 . i dtráth sguir a Dhé don dáil |
80go dtáir mé th'fhuil agus th'fheoil, xxvii 16 .
Compd. ¤ chos horses' hooves: sgorchosa greagh, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 148.76 .