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séissilbe n iā,f. the murmur or clamour of a multitude (of voices
and weapons): classa búana bindi | . . . | la séssilbe ṁbúada |
Chlúana móir maicc Noïs, Fél. Prol. 183 . issin chetna eisseirge
80| . . . | apstail cona seiselbe, SR 8235 . is rígda in costud
islúagda (= is slúagda) a sséselbe is flaithemda a fúaim, LU
7066 (BDD). is é . . . sesilbi atchuala-som and: scellgur na
scíath . . . ┐ tromchoblach na curad, TBC 5073 . intan trá
atchuala . . . Hechtoir séiselbe romóir na ṅGréc, TTr.² 1152
85(= sesilb, BB 435a17 ). nuall ┐ séselbhe na slógh sin, CCath.
663 . iar teclam na sessilbi imechtraighi, Anecd. ii 49 § 10 .
is ed do-rónsat, nuall mor ┐ séselbi i n-a agaid; ┐ is ed atbertís
`crutifige, crutifige', PH 3279 . sestan ┐ seisseilbi (seiseilbh,
v.l.) na Tiabanda . . . ar med na heagla ros-gab, TTebe 4128 .
tresin seiseilbi sirgloir dorindsead ag comaentaig ré Capaneus,
5 1336 . is fada o caint ┐ o congair ┐ o theiselbhi daine í, Lib.
Fl. ii fo. 5va35 . seiseilbhe móra . . . .i. iachtach na n-ógbhadh,
┐ osnadhach na n-anradh . . . siain-ghréachadh na seanóireadh
. . ., CRR² 35 (94.11) . séiseilbh na sluagh, 19 (70.25) . rathaigit
. . . seiseilbhe an tsloigh ag gabhail társa, Hugh Roe 84.9 (fo.
1022b) . séiseilbh .i. caint, no labhairt, O'Cl. Of wild animals:
dodechatar chucu co n-graín móir ┐ sésselbi, Alex. 740 . Of
the sea: seastan ┐ seiseilbi in lera, TTebe 307 .

séissilbech adj o, ā (séissilbe) tumultuous : co tigib seselbacha Mairt,
. . . dea na cath ┐ na congal, TTebe 2601 . adv. intessilbech .i.
15commór frithorcun du channandib oco. Aliter non uoluisti
translatos habitare tumultuarie .i. intessilbech .i. co nhuail-
betaid ┐ discirri, Ml. 63b8 .
As subst. o,n. inna sisilbecha (sic) gl. quanta tumultaria
(uendentium), Ml. 120d4 .

20 seit n d s ? : domrad-sa leis 'san teach mor, | ait a mbáoi an sluagh
ac comhól, | as romc[h]engal thiar 'san tṡeit | aghaidh
d'aghaidh rem chétṡeirc, Buile Ṡ. 126.23 (` house (?)').

séited u, later also o,m. séideadh, IGT Verbs § 71.5 . Vn. of séitid.
(a) act of blowing; a blast : mas iat spreda in tellaigh . . . is
25a ic d'fir seite the bellows-blower, Laws iii 190.9 Comm . amail
bolga gabann ag gris-s[h]ēided, ML² 379 . in brat-nellgal
oeingheal . . . do cailc na sciath . . . arna seitedh (seitiudh,
v.l.) inn urarda, CCath. 5876 . ba deiniu inā seitedh teinedh
. . . in ruathar roimher `a blast of fire', 5790 . fre seitiudh na
30siangaoithi, RC xiv 62 § 77 . seideth gáibulga (sic MS.) gl.
flabella, Ir. Gl. 217 (see Pokorny, ZCP xii 308 ). co ticfa sédiud
fa lucht in duine-marbtha i n-agaid shétid na fergi, PH 7524 .
seideadh gl. lamen (? flamen, Ed.), Ir. Gl. 1019 . `sēit mo srōin'
ar sé, at[n]aigh a lāim cuici da sētiudh, Moling § 38 . uamh an
35tseididh `cave of the puffing' (in Iona), Reeves Ad. p. 431 . Cf.
Poll a tséideáin, O'Don. Suppl. s.v. séideán. go ttréigitt a
ttrealbha laoch | dea séite na síonghaoth `the gods who blow
blustering winds
', Studies 1921, 74 § 4 . tig séideadh séitreach
do ghaoith na n-árd, Keat. Poems 553 . séideadh borb-thonn
40`spiritus procellarum', TSh. 6196 . seachuin an stróinse fear
séidte na h-adhairce, Munster Poets 168.18 . le síoda ag séide
a shrón, 202.5 . oc s. ¤ súas act of inspiring : mothuighim an
Sbiorad . . . ionnam fein, ┐ i dom sheighdeadh suas don taobh
asdigh, Luc. Fid. 290.8 .
45(b) act of breathing out : an tan nach mothuighid ag séideadh
nó ag tarraing a anáile é, TSh. 1896 . dá fhéachain an luaisgfidh
an cleite lé séideadh nó lé súghadh a anáile, 1895 . oc s. ¤ i
breathing upon : ag seideadh ina dhisgiobluibh trath dubhairt:
glacuidhe an Sbiorad naomh, Luc. Fid. 241.10 (insufflavit,
50 John xx 22 ). Fig. ar mbeith do Shaul fós ag séideadh bagair
┐ marbhtha a n-adhaidh dhisgiobal an tighearna, Acts ix 1 .
(c) s. ¤ fo incitement : séideadh feirge is fuatha fún, DDána
44.10 . 's as taithniomhach do lasainn le na shéideadh fúm
`and pleased did I light up at all that he suggested to me', E.
55O'Rahilly (1st ed.) 276.40 .

1 séitfedach n ā,f. (cf. séitid). Of animals and men, a snorting,
panting, blowing : ho sétfethchaib gl. flatibus, Ml. 16b10 (of
horses). noco cualadar . . . análfadhach na n-ech, sétfedhach
na miled, CCath. 476 . o'tcualatar . . . sétfedhaigh ┐ anal-
60f[ad]aigh na n-anmann[a] n-inndlighthech, 1838 . bolgfadhach
┐ seitfedhach . . . na n-anradh, 5869 . re srenghail ┐ séitfedaig
na sinnser, MR 192.4 . beicedhach ┐ seidfedach na piast . . .
muiridhe, RC xxviii 310 § 1 . seitfedhac na ndaine, Ir. Astr.
Tr. 148.1 . an cuiged rann do ghaith .i. anál an duine ┐ a
65seitfidhach, D iv 2, 54ra7 .

2 séitfedach adj o, ā (cf. séitid) given to panting, puffing, blowing,
snorting : nuall na mbledmall ṁbeccedach | . . . | sluaig na
sedlaṅg setfadach, SR 8111 . sé (sc. in scáilfer) sotal sucach
séitfidach, LU 8518 ( FB 37 , H). súlmar, srónmar, sétfethach
70(of the Dond Cúailnge), IT iii 246.5 . a gingobaiph . . . na
serrach sulchruinn sronfairsing seitfedach, CCath. 4958 .
conderna eocho trethi timmi . . . seitfedca anescaidi dib, 3137 .
srónmhael suntach seitfethach (of a cat), Tromd. Guaire 767 .

séith adj(cf. séithlech) shrunken (?): mell seith a suil (meall sergtha
75a súil, v.l.), Ir. Texts i 30.45 (of a dead pig).

seithem n` rest, quiet ', TSh. Gloss.: nach bí fuaradh ná furtacht,
lagadh na laghdughadh, seitheamh na socamhal ag neach
ionnta (of the pains of hell), TSh. 6566 . ní bhí socht ná
seitheamh ar an aidhbhirseóir do shíor, acht ag gabháil
80timcheall an duine, agá fhoráileamh air olc do dhéanamh,
7016 . nach bí socht ná seitheamh, treall ná treimhse eatorra,
6647 .

? seitherrda : ind sithfhir .i. fir sheithearrdha .i. fir laidire, O'Cl.

séithlech n[o, m,] (? séith) a shrunken, thin, decrepit person : na
85shéithleach airgthe, Ó Bruad. iii 128.12 . an séithlioch searbh
gan sealbh, gan saidhbhreas, ZCP v 205.11 (Mid. Court). ní
chaithfeadh . . . | . . . spreas do shéithleach cíordhubh | liom
síne, Munster Poets 146.19 . See Dinneen s.vv. séithleach,
séithleán. ? To this: Banbha i Sliabh Mis go slóghaibh |
séithreach (? leg. séithleach) tuisleach, Keat. ii 1286 (= siriuc,
5 Todd Nenn. 246.4 ).