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scorach adj o, ā (scor) possessing, abounding in horses : pa scolaigh
s. ¤ scailustar (scolaigi, v.l.), Anecd. ii 72.16 . C. sciathbel s. ¤ ,
Todd Nenn. 138.2 . combo mag scothach s. ¤ , LL 7a45 ( Leb.
Gab. 122.16 ). tír . . . | na magh sgoithleabhair sgorach,
Measgra D. 45.14 . do bhí sé scolach s. ¤ sceimhleach (character
5of a chieftain), Hackett xxxix 145 . Note also: go ráith
bhfódsgoraigh na n-ilcheard, DDána 70.14 , `with sodded
paddock
', Ir. Syll. Poetry Gloss .

scorad vn. formation from scor. act of desisting from, ceasing :
ar s. ¤ an sceoil gá dtáim, Arch. Hib. i 93 § 3 .

10 scoraidecht n entertainment, story-telling, visiting : do chuaidh
Fachtna . . . file i cceann sgoruidheacht do dheunamh dhó `to
entertain him
', ITS v 38.23 . See Dinn.

scórait xsee scarlóit.

scoramail adj i (scor): na trí Luighne . . . | bró sgiaithleathan
15sgoramhail ` numerous ', TD 16.50 . do sgothaibh sgiamhdha
sgoramhla, Eachtra Uill. 1407 .

scornach n ā,f. throat, gullet : sgornach gl. epiglotum, Ir. Gl. 707
(sgornach[an], Stokes). glacaid in cu . . . a scornaigh, CCath.
3087 . do cuir a bonn deas ar a scornaigh, ZCP i 130.5 . ro
20gherr C. sgornacha na mbó, St. Ercuil 1980 . réd bís a cos-
mailius tsengan sa[n] sgórnaigh (the uvula), O'Gr. Cat. 187.z .
is uáimh oscuilte a s. ¤ , Ps. v 9 . cuir scían chum do scórnuigh,
Prov. xxiii 2 .

scornachán ind= scornach: sgorrnacan ainmidhi eigin, Ir. Texts
25 v 3.7 . Cf. Ir. Gl. 707 , where Stokes prints sgornach[an].

scorpion n(Eng. loan-word) = scoirp: an dtiobhradh sé s. ¤ dó?
Luke xi 12 . naithreacha . . . ┐ scorpiona, Deut. viii 15 .

scort v pret. scortside for maig Henaig, | ba hann cotricht in
?debaid, ZCP iii 46.1 .

30 1 Scot pn o,m. (Lat. Scot(t)us) a Scot, an Irishman : Scuit a Scota .i.
ingen Forainn rīg Ēigipti, Corm. Y 1162 . unde (sic leg.) dicitur
Scuit for Scotaib, Laws i 20.13 Comm . ina Scoti, 24 Comm .
Nel . . . dothuc Scotai . . . conidh dia ainm-si[d]e dogairther
Scuit, Auraic. 1769 . Patraic pridchais do Scottaib, Hy. ii 35
35( Thes. ii 316 ), cf. Lat. Lives 37.2 . is i sin bliadain doradad
Paladius . . . do progecht soscela do Scotaibh, MacCarthy
284.28 . Eber S. ¤ , 290.27 . Scuit, Arch. Hib. iv 207 § 19 .
i bhfocalaibh Scuit (i.e. in Irish), Ó Bruad. iii 194 .
Compds. ¤ fhuil: ríghe don Scotfhuil . . . choscraigh sove-
40reignty of the Scottic blood
, Ó Bruad. iii 88.1 . ¤ urrad Scottic
yeoman
: scoturra glic, Ó Bruad. iii 194.y .

2 scot n o,m. (ME scot, Bidrag 126 ) scot, reckoning, payment : ní
bhíonn s. ¤ le fer ná mnaoi agam (viz. death) `nor take a fine to let
off either man or woman
' (I make no bargain with man or woman,
45neither man nor woman is safe from me
?), O'Gr. Cat. 594.12 .
gé taoi anocht gan s. ¤ re saoithibh though thou canst not reckon
with
(?) (to a deserted town), Keat. Poems 1476 . na raomh go
teacht an scuit count not till the reckoning is presented (prov.),
Hard. ii 405.2 . ? is é scóllfas don scót gach scannail ` 'tis he
50will scour the score from . . . slander
', Ó Bruad. i 174.y . ? ní
raibh biu gan phlot dá phianadh, | s. ¤ dob fhiu fá iadhadh dul
`prison seemed the choicest punishment', ii 274.z .

3 scot n(Eng. scut) tail : a cengal as scotaib ceathra sdet, ITS xix
100.7 .

55 scót n o,m. (ON skaut, Bidrag 43 ) sheet, sail : d'éirigh gaoth idir
dá sgód orrainn, ITS i 24.9 . ní bádóir go lán sgóid (? leg.
líonsgóid, Ed.), Dánfhocail 241 .
Compd. ¤ tonn: mar lí scotha scóttuinne `of the scudding
wave
', Ó Bruad. iii 68.6 .
60See línscóit, mullscóid.

scotae adj io, iā (1 scoth): s. ¤ gl. uiolarium, Sg. 35b1 .

1 scoth n ā,f. sgoth, sgath, IGT Decl. § 39 (91.14) .
(a) flower, blossom : s. ¤ gl. uiola, Thes. ii 361 v 38 . scotha gl.
uiollas, 360 ii 47 (Glosses on Philargyrius). an fogebed in gilla
65di scothaib, Trip.² 365 .i. bolamaraib, Arch. iii 14 § 22 . na tri
bairr for Erind .i. barr días ┐ barr s. ¤ ┐ barr messa, LU 7018 =
BDD² 610 . bolad tíri láin do milscothaib honeyed flowers,
Rawl. B 512, 69d (cited Plummer MS. notes). ? scoith (scot,
v.l.) aglind glass froech, IT iii 14 § 30 . is cosmail fri mbrechtrad
70s. ¤ for magh, O'Dav. 1435 . tocbaid [in]a laim s. ¤ chorcra, Fél.²
xxxii 13 . scotha buide, Laws iv 278.y Comm . do bhláth na
sgath fa fhód Aighne | bróg ar dhath na druimne, IGT Decl.
ex. 1391 . do gebhthí bheós a lán fíona is na sgothaibh ísin,
FM i 52.2 . conus aicet in scoith ndífhreccra ndímhóir chuca
75dind comhartha tíre tairngire . . . d'iarraidh tíre na scoithi,
BNnÉ 96 § 1 `eine gewaltige Blume', ZCP x 409.z . Cf. V.SS.
Hib. I xli , clxxxiii , 63.24 . With follg. gen.: scotha fína inna
fhlaith | co fásctís i llestraib glaine blooms of the vine (or choice
wine
as in (d)?), LL 18b23 . sgotha fíona `wine-flowers', Content.
80 xxx 11 . a sgaith fhīneamhna (sic leg.) a hór glan, Ériu ix
167 § 42 . Note also: am sgath chríon aimrid `I am a withered,
barren flower
', Aithd. D. 51.11 .
(b) of the hair of the head lock, tress, tuft : ri cul na sgath (of
a chief), Ir. Texts iv 117 § 34 . d'ionnsaighe Chuinn ciabh na
85sgath `thick-tressed', Content. xviii 81 . le céibh na sgath `by
the flowing-haired hero
', Aithd. D. 6.46 . barr cuachthrom na
gcéd sgath, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 209.23 . Note also: do chuireadh
gach scoith fhada úrluachra . . . ar leith ┐ an luachair ghearr
don leith oile `each long wisp of fresh rushes', Keat. ii 4715 .
(c) as complimentary epithet hero, noble one, scion : innisim
5sgéal do sgoith Teamhra, TD 25.22 . tre sgaith nEachdhroma,
Aithd. D. 10.28 . molta sgath Breagh `the scion of B. is to be
praised
', Ériu v 60.119 . sgotha cumhra Clann U., TD 22a.18 .
le scathaib shluaig Erne, Ir. Texts ii 22 § 3 . ar sgothaibh
Eorpa uile, Misc. Celt. Soc. 378.23 . ? forfess Fer Falgae . . .
10iss isidi foilsigti do Oultaib . . . dia tubart ind héungrip in
scoith (scoth, v.l.) milide doib, ZCP viii 564.6 .
(d) flower, pick, choice, best part : sgath méirgheal mná
(Mary), PBocht 2.12 . sgoth mhuirne, TD 15.12 . sgath an
dána, 31.16 . s. ¤ toirbhert `the primest of all largesse', O'Gr. Cat.
15 475.15 . caithidh . . . | ó so amach deasga an domhain | a
sgath feasda fuarobhair the best of it is now over, Dán Dé xvii
14 . sgoth m'ealathna (sic leg.), Content. x 23 n . do-rat dó
. . . | sgaith a heóil 'sa hionmhuine, Studies 1923, 422 § 4 . do
roghain gacha bídh ┐ do sgoith gacha leanna, RC xiv 30.14 .
20 a scoith a naóise, 1 Sam. ii 33 .
As n.pr.: filiam regis Brittonum, id est S. ¤ Noe, Trip. 334.26 .
Compds. (a) with nouns: ? ¤ ar: oc Cill scothair Scīre of
flowering fields
(?), Arch. Hib. ii 93 § 13 . ¤ dos: aradhna . . .
go sgoth-dhossaibh . . . for a gcennoip `tassels', Fl. Earls
25 252.30 . ¤ gort flowering field: go sgothghort Temhra, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 179.196 . ¤ muine flowering copse: ba sgáth gach
sgoth-mhuine, ML 142.12 . ¤ níam: s. fhuilt ógfhind imglain
`flower-like the sheen of his locks', Ériu iv 92 § 6 . As n.pr.:
Caoimheall ┐ Scoithniamh a n-anmanna na n-inghean, ML
30 42.27 . ? meldait sluaíg s., TBC 1515 (but note scoitnia, St.,
scoithnia, TBC² 850 , scoith nía, LU 5326 ).
(b) with adjj.: ¤ fhinn fair-flowered : i gcrích sgaithfhinn na
ngort ngeal, Aithd. D. 53.4 . ¤ geal = prec.: gréas badh
sgoithghile sgiamhadh (of a poem), DDána 73.31 . ¤ mín:
35 tulach sgaithmhín Dá Thí the smooth, flowery hill, DDána 93.
36 . ¤ níamda shining like a flower: a ghrian sgoithniamhdha
sgiamhach (of a person), TD 33.8 .