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sennath n(1 sen+nath), later also sennaid. Name of a kind of
metre; an old poem; a record: is hī . . . foglaim na dechmaide
bliadna .i. xl s. ¤ , IT iii 54 § 99 . fochairich na hécse | ┐ senatha
síth sám, 64.16 . is don Lugaid-so asrubrad hi sennathib `in
5ancient poems
', Fianaig. 30.21 . for cubhus cāich léghfas lēir |
┐ fēgfas senadh sīr (formula introducing request of scribe to
reader), ZCP vi 268.y . breath na leabhar is lé atám | is é an
seanadh hé más ḟíor `they are supposed to be the old tradition',
Aithd. D. 17.2 . ? To this: dot fhóir ní seanaid (seannaid, v.l.)
10nach síor | um chóir dá leanaid láindíol `thy people's record
ne'er shall fail
', Ó Bruad. ii 144 § v . dom chabhairse triall dá
n-iarra céim gan ghuth | ní seanaid (seannaid, v.l.) ar iarraidh
riamh a Réamoinn duit, § vi .

sennsa n(Eng. loan-word) a censer : cethra s. ¤ óir, Maund. 80 .
15 aingeal . . . agá raibhe sionnsa órrgha, Rev. viii 3 . do ghlac . . .
an sionnsa, ┐ do líon sé hé do theine na haltóra, 5 . glacaidh
sionsuidhe chugaibh, Num. xvi 6 .

sennser xsee sinnser.

senóir n i,m. (1 sen) seanóir (g s. -óir, -óra, -órach, n p. -óire,
20 -óraigh), IGT Decl. § 50 . a senior, elder, old person: senior .i.
senóir, Ir. Gl. 1100 . saeglonn .i. brithem ┐ senoir ┐ columna,
O'Mulc. 857 . Acallamh na Senórach, title of a tale. senoir it
coimitecht `an elder man in thy company', Mon. Tall. 62
(151.4) . in tan airiter in senoir, Laws i 158.10 Comm . gaire
25in tseanorach, 280.21 Comm . ní crochfaider ind ḟir acht
eirced senóire leósom, BDD² 218 . triar fer cona senóraib
(senorib, v.l.) leó, 221 . ni faitchither senori, LU 3485 ( SC 26 ).
etir senóre ┐ sentuinne, TTr. 271 . atāit na seanōiri mur atā
an lōchrann ullam chum a bāiti, RSláinte 3994 . ni maith s. ¤
30gan seinsceoil, Acall. 1385 . Cu Condacht Ó Dálaigh . . . do ég
in a senoir, RC xviii 157.25 (Tig.). in t-espoc Húa Ruadhan,
sruiths. ¤ in chóicidh, 227.z (Tig.). im Finntan . . . ardseanoír
Erend, BB 349a11 . Cormac . . . ardecnaid na hErenn ina
senoir naem quieuit , Ann. Conn. 1259.3 . rigthech ro-mór ir-
35rabatar na senóraig ┐ na senlaich, CRR 15 . ca hinat foistine
bías ic ar senórachaib, CCath. 602 . fa chlaoin-bhreith na
seanóireadh gcealgach, TSh. 4094 . na seanóiridhe do thach-
tadh, 5689 . airmide na senóra, Arch. iii 320 § 102 . cath . . .
etir da mac Murchadha . . . in ro marbhadh Dunchadh senoir
40`D. the senior', FM i 322.3 . Folld. by defining gen.: senior
caillige craibdigi, Irish Texts i 4 § 11 . senoir caildidi `senior
nun
', Mon. Tall. 62 (151.7) . senoir clerigh leith, RC x 72.4 .
atbertsat . . . senoraig na sacart n-Iúdaide, PH 2735 .
In the sense of an old hand, an expert : acht éad ar an
45seanóir saoir, DDána 6.12 . i dtreas le seanóir sleighe, Aithd.
D. 15.13 .

sénóir n(1 sén) an augur : do beir a senoir (.i. an draoi no tincois-
gedh sen uaire) comairle doib, Leb. Gab. 146.3 . seanóir .i.
dráoi do teagaisgeadh sén uaire, O'Cl. rāinic . . . le nert sluaig
50┐ le sénōirib, ML² 1048 . do ceiled fis ar a bfháidhib ┐ do
saobad solad ar a sénóirib, 1053 .

senóracht n(senóir) ā,f. old age : o leanbacht go seanoracht,
Flower Cat. 464.36 .

senorba n(1 sen+orba) lit. old inheritance explained by Plum-
55mer, Ériu x 113 , as the senior's estate, the cumal s. ¤ (see below)
being an additional portion to which the senior was entitled
to enable him to discharge certain extra obligations which
fell upon him as head of the family. See also Ir. Recht 80 .
foreith a orba fon tir fo cutruma fri mac cetmuindtire acht
60cumal sinnsire do mac cedmuindtire ┐ togha do randaib ┐
logh faesma, is dosuidhiu ata: `cach sindsir a togha' .i. la mac
cedmuindtire in cumal ts. ¤ , O'C. 2000 ( H. 4.22, p. 29 ). mac
cetmuindtire . . . in flathas geilfine ┐ in togha do randaibh ┐
in cumal tseanorba, O'C. 2231 ( Eg. 88, fo. 16b ). na da gradh flatha
65comaesa comaithe as crandcor etorro, ┐ cidh bédh dib dech
isin righe, as in comal tsenorbo ┐ in togha do rannaib do
breith dó, O'C. 537 ( H. 3.18, p. 266a ). inge cumal ts. ¤ .i. prim aighi
fine foloing tascur rig ┐ espuic ┐ is bunadach fri folang cinaid
in tan gaibis derbfine dib a ngelfini, do erb an lin uile log
70cumaili do thir don fir sin ┐ do cach age fine cach ae tareis
alailiu nach mbi co focus fine, O'C. 856 ( H. 3.18, p. 387b ). Ir.
Recht ad loc. cit. orba maíne mes coirce ota cach cind com-
focais, fo lin maine midhidear o ta hindua co hiarmua, inge
cumal s. ¤ , Laws iv 38.13 .i. acht in cumal senaigter don orba
75sain, sechtmad tire dibaid, ┐ a bith seic a laim flatha geilfine
oc urnaidi fuidri ┐ gormic, 40.25 Comm . Ir. Recht ad loc. cit.
cumal s. ¤ . . . ata for sena oc in fine oca n-aidbrither, i 206.25
Comm . is e ní dliges inti dlegur d'airitniugud isin flaithes
ngelfine .i. in cumal ts. ¤ ┐ tus n-aibsin ┐ tus n-urlabra, Cóic
80Con. Fug. 45 § 72 (16.29) . níd-bíadh sealbh s. ¤ , Cóir Anm. 203 ,
`you will never have the possession of the s.', i.e. you will never
be head of your family, Plummer loc. cit. cen beith fesach i
nduilginibh ┐ i senforma (? leg. senorba, Plummer MS. notes),
┐ i ndlighedh turbadha (one of the things forbidden to a
85 breithem), O'D. 925 ( H. 3.17, col. 657 ).

senórda adj io, iā (senóir) elderly, senior : is in aois tsenorda gl. in
senectute, O'D. 598 ( H. 3.17, col. 452 ). cu faca duine s. ¤ , SG
47.24 . in ri sonmech senorda, TTebe 411 . ataim-si arsaidh
senordha anosa, St. Ercuil 1792 . ba senorda troitligi he, D
iv 2, 72rb6 . a shindsir shenorda, Fen. 156.16 . As subst. an
5 old man : imtusa in tsenordha itcondairc índti, D iv 2, 72rb34 .