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selbaid, selbaigid v(selb) sealbaim, IGT Verbs § 96 . (a) pos-
85sesses, holds; takes possession of, seizes : sailmthech a slūaig
selbait nōib `das Heilige besitzen', Bruchst. 146 . ticid a ben-
nachtnachu selbaid flaith m'athar, LU 2324 (H). PH 3644 .
ro ṡelbsat in nEoraip uli, LU 30 . Tibir, robo bean co mblad;
| is uaithi sin rosealbad `from her comes the title of possession',
Met. Dinds. iii 432.6 . do shealbhaigetar mar thalmain duth-
5chusa dōib fēin hī, ZCP xiii 180.8 . ot condnaircaisi in coróin
rotlín ailges ┐ accobur in tséta taitnemhaigh currosealbais
duit budhéin hí, D iv 2, 57va18 . do thselbhaidur clann
Lochlainn ┐ a slicht hé do comraind ┐ do tselaidhecht, O'D.
1962 ( Eg. 90, fo. 7 ). Éire níor dhúthaigh dhó soin | níor
10shealbhuigh í 's níor chosain, Content. v 29 . ionnus gur
shealbhuigheadar Osruighe ┐ Laoighis, Keat. ii 4791 . do réir
na crīche fá sanntuighthear nó fá sealbhuighthear é (of
wealth), Desid. 2548 . do bhuáil Israel é lé fáobhar an
chloidhimh ┐ do shealbhuidh a dhúthaidh, Num. xxi 24 .
15 an mhuintir . . . do chífeas ┐ do sheilbheochas Dia go síor-
ruidhe `shall see and possess', Donlevy 204.14 .
(b) s. ¤ ar establishes oneself over, exerts authority over: ar
shealbhaigh d'eachtronnchaibh ar fhinibh iocht Chobhthaigh,
Aithd. D. 35.4 . lá i dTeamhraigh ag Toirrdhealbhach | do
20shealbhaigh ar sheinBhreaghmhach, 20.1 . port ar ar sheal-
bhaigh cairt Chuinn, 16.15 . tusa mh'athair as é a dearb |
gi-bé do ṡealb athaidh orm, IGT Verbs ex. 886 . do naisg
Tuathal 's do shealbhaigh | ar uaislibh Banbha i dTeamhraigh,
Content. xv 44 . níor ghabh Meadhbh ná Corc ná Conn | port
25ar nar shealbh port na bpeall, DDána 119.5 .
(c) s. ¤ do assigns to, gives into the possession of: do sealbhadh
an bérla teibidhe sin do Gháoidhiol mac Eitheóir ó ttá
Gáoidhealg, IGT Introd. 3.19 . an chiall do shealbh orruim
d'fhior, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 228.75 . ar son go sealbhuighim sibh
30| d'U Dh. `though I present thee to Ó D.', Studies 1919, 440 § 14 .
ro shealbhaigh an gobernóir bailte an tíre dho fein, FM vi
1912.9 . 143 nuimir na cceall dá selbhaighter secht nepscoip
da gac cill aca to each church of which are assigned seven bishops,
Ir. MSS. Ser. i 108.21 .
35 Vn. selbad, selbugad.

selbaide (-aige) n io,m. (selb) an owner : beiridh a sealbhaidhe
a gcroiceann leis (of colts), TSh. 3874 . tréud . . . nochar
mharbhadar a sealbhuidhe íad, Zech. xi 5 .

selbaigid xsee selbaid.

40 selbaigtheóir n i,m. an owner : a thabhairt da ṡealbhaightheoir,
Triads p. 40 § 156 . See selbatóir.

selbán n o,m. (selb) a flock : do slaigheadh ina selbánaibh iat
cona mbaoi ina seilbh do sedaibh for na conairibh . . ., gl.
ro sleachta a sealbain sedaigh . . ., Leb. Gab. 66.7 = sellaib
45sétaib, LL 5b45 , sealbaibh sedaigh, BB 24b35 , selba setaib,
Lec. 274ra40 . na trí muilt ba ramhra 'san tsealbhán, GJ vii
107b17 . bhíodar ag casacht ar shealbhán d'eunachaibh, 42 .
`sealbhan a multitude, drove, herd ', O'R.

selbatóir n i,m. (selb) an owner, a holder : inní nach sealb doib
50féin ni sealbadoir duine eile asa nucht, O'D. 1962 ( Eg. 90,
fo. 7 ). Critan mac Rete ba sealbathoir (= -tóir or -aigtheóir)
do Fabur intan sin . . . ┐ is e dorat d'Feicin he, RC xii 340 § 33 .
clochfuithear an damh ┐ cuirfighear fós an sealbhadóir chum
báis, Exod. xxi 29 . See selbaigtheóir.

55 selbda (-ae) adj io, iā (selb): ri fossud fial, febda, find, | sid sossud,
selbda, soenmind inalienable (?), SR 590 .

selbugad vn. of selbaigid. sealbachadh, IGT Verbs § 106.21 .
act of possessing, obtaining possession of: rí oile nó go
n-aghar, | ó bhfoighe sí a sealbhaghadh `until another king be
60found by whom she will be possessed
', TD 27.19 . aicme a seal-
bhuighthe those who possess her (viz. Ireland), Keat. Poems
1175 . go ndeachdaois ar neamh do shealbhughadh na glóire,
Desid. 3323 . i ndiaidh an chonáich shaoghalta do sheal-
bhughadh dhóibh, TSh. 9999 . nach diommolann Dia na
65saidhbhris, acht an dúil shanntach bhíos ag an duine réna
sealbhughadh, 10039 . do bhéara misi dhíbh é, dá sheal-
bhughadh, Lev. xx 24 . anam tuigsionach . . . lé ar ab fhéidir
ē féin do shealbhughadh go síorruidhe `capable of possessing
himself during all Eternity
', Donlevy 8.12 .

70 sele xsee 1 saile.

séle xsee séclae.

selestar xsee ailestar.

1 selg n ā,f. IGT Decl. § 39.11 . seilg f., g s. seilge, sealga, § 42.9 .
sealg seilg, IGT Verbs § 83.4 . Note also d s selga, LU 9822 ,
75 cf. isint [s]elca sin, TTebe 354 . Perh. also a s., see Cóir Anm.
70 , RC xxiv 196 § 9 cited below.
(a) act of hunting; a hunt; a hunting party; a hunting expedi-
tion : cechtar nathar fria saindan | bíth a menma-sam fri
seilgg, Thes. ii 293.15 ( SP II ). lá ro boí Art . . . ic selga i
80mBregaib, LU 9822 . fir na selgga sin, Met. Dinds. iii 150.13 .
fer ān i s. ¤ (seilg, v.l.) .i. for aigibh, ┐ fiadhuch .i. for mila muige
`in hunting . . . and in coursing', Auraic. 112 . uathad selga sin
a Dheirg | do scarais red tféinn 's ret sheilg, SG 128.23 . `eirgid
. . . do shealga ┐ fromaid for n-armu. . . .' Dochuadar . . . ┐
85doronsad sealga, RC xxiv 196 § 9 . fer . . .' nad bói hi taigh
acht a fedhaib ┐ hi fanglennaib fri seilg ┐ mucaidecht, xvi
55 § 103 . gáir ar seilg, bionngháir ag buabhallaibh, DDána
70.15 . do sheilg bhiodhbhadh re béal maidne | moch do
ghluaisis `to hunt Thy foes', Aithd. D. 66.21 . ar gcur chúil ris
an gceird reimhe | do mhúin san tseilg eile é (of St. Peter),
5 PBocht 26.19 . fear ar seilge fuair ar bhfaill, Aithd. D. 63.32
ag sealg ḟiadh ós inbhearán, IGT Verbs ex. 795 . seabhaic ag
seilg éanlaithe, TD 41.10 . ag s. ¤ ionad négsomhail, O'Gr. Cat.
461.7 (: celg). an gadhar saothair se, .i. an bás, ag seilg na
hanma, TSh. 592 . an tan chuirid lucht na sealga i gcumhgach
10é (viz. an leómhan), 2605 . ag comóradh seilge an laoi sin leis,
ITS i 10.12 . As n. loc.: cath Selgge, FM i 308.13 .
do-gní seilg (or selga) hunts : gnít sealga . . . isin dithreibh,
Cóir Anm. 70 (p. 318.24). dognither s. ¤ na n-aspiti i crichaib
na hEigipti, CCath. 3081 .
15 g s. used attributively: luidh for cūairt selgae, Corm. Y 1018
(p. 87.15) . is and boíseom na sudi selca oc Duma Derglúachra,
LU 9823 . dá choin shelga, SG 128.9 . lucht sealga huntsmen,
RC xxiii 396 § 1 . fer selgca oss ┐ elta, xvi 55 § 103 . soighde
cathalaind sealca, TTebe 3809 . ar dhumha sealga ós Loch
20Léin, DDána 118.13 . cú sealga, Aithd. D. 67.12 . líon seilge, 8 .
líon sealga, PBocht 1.11 . do-chúaidh a ccéile sealga | learga
réidhe, IGT Decl. ex. 1104 .
(b) quarry, prey, game : ro fuinsedar ni don t[ṡ]eilg, RC xxiv
196 § 10 . do sheilg as-teagh ní thugois `Thou couldst not carry
25home Thy quarry
', Aithd. D. 68.22 . do leigeadh an chu
andiaigh na seilge ionnus nár leig sí beithidheach díobh-san
soir ná síar, ITS i 10.20 . eireadh a dhroma ┐ a dá shlinneán
do bhreith leis den tseilg go dún Chinn Choradh, d'á innsint
┐ d'á fhaisnéis gur éirigh a leithéid sin de sheilg laé leó, 28 .
30 ag iomchur do sheilg laoi-se linn ar ár ndromaibh, z .
(c) a seeking out, a seeking to obtain, an attempting : folld. by
prep. FOR (AR): tabram fían láech cach n-aidchi do seilc fair
dus in tairsimmis a baegul, LU 6136 (H). sealg ar an domhnán
níor dhual | ar gcomhrádh re Ceard na ndúl, Dán Dé xxiii 11 .
35 do sheilg ar mh'annsa d'fhagháil seeking to obtain my love,
DDána 39.18 . ag so an t-éag d'oidhche 's do ló | uirre ag
seilg 's ní hé as iarghnó, Aithd. D. 50.16 (`attacking'). a rí . . . |
bí ag seilg ar ar saoradh! `be urgent to save me!' A. Ó Dálaigh
iv 3 . eagal liom-sa lá na breithe | . . . | sinn ag seilg ar an
40mbreith mbaoghlaigh `we seek (by our sins) the dread doom (?)', xliv 10 .
gan bheith ag seilg ná ag sraith-fhiadhach, ná ag
léir-mheas ná ag lorgaireacht ar lochtaibh a chomharsan,
TSh. 1620 .
Folld. by dependent gen.: as anfhlaith | gach rí . . . | dar
45thairg seilg na ríghe . . . | ar chloinn Iughoine who attempted to
obtain
, Content. xvi 164 . Cf. sealg do shíth do shuidhiughadh,
Aithd. D. 60.15 .
In prepositional phrase ar seilg: ná bí-siu ar seilg neich nach
maith, Ériu i 70.1 . ar seilg Banbha bíd Ultaigh `the Ultaigh
50seek to rule Banbha
', Aithd. D. 7.36 .
(d) act of rousing, stirring up: aithnim adhbhar do throda |
riom, a mheic Mheic Diarmoda, | ní fhuil acht ag seilg mholta,
Aithd. D. 34.20 . luas tuinne a n-éigion fát fheirg, | ní héidior
seilg buinne bhuirb a rushing stream cannot (further) be stirred
55up
, LBranach 6577 . ag seilg loinne an leómhain-si, 4741 .
fearr bheith a mbarraibh fuairbheann | a bhfeitheamh shuain-
ghearr ghrinnmhear, | ag seilg troda ar fhéin eachtrann | `gá
bhfuil fearann bhar sinnsear, 3751 .