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sescar, sescair adj bean ṡeasgar, bean ṡeasgair, IGT Decl. § 116 ,
§ 117 . settled, comfortable, at ease, easy : a mórdha bruinne
ṡeasgair ṡaer (to a harp), Mann. and Cust. iii 288 . ni heagal
duit cu[a]nartach | . . . | acht sibh saoghalach seasgair | ó gach
80glind go glind (to a `dám dílenn'), Celt. Rev. x 135.y . dar
leamsa as oileamhain phāláis atá ortsa, ór ataoí maoth seasgar
sádhal, ┐ ní bhiadh acbhuinn agat ar thréud do choimhéd,
Desid. 348 . fer seólta sesccar ┐ tighedhasach `tranquil', FM v
1802.7 . éagfaidh an sagart seascair sanntach úd, E. O'Rahilly
85 xxxix 12 . Compar. ní baoí fer . . . ro badh seolta shesccaire
cuirte ┐ caisteoil, FM vi 1892.7 . Adv. a thir co sescur, sóin-
mech ag an prióir, ALC ii 228.z . go seasgar, DDána 29.26 .
ro coirged in tech co sesgar sodhamail, Celt. Rev. ii 202.10 .
an corp . . . do chumhdaighedar go cluthmhar seasgar a n-
éudach, Parrth. Anma 468.19 .
5Compd. ¤ chiúin: co sádal sescar-chiuin, Caithr. Thoirdh.
105.36 .

sescatmad adj[o, ā] (sesca) sixtieth : cenmotha in sescatmad rann,
Laws v 38.12 Comm . isin sescadmad (= lx. admad, MS.)
bliadain, MacCarthy 304.q . isin sescamad (= .lx. mad, MS.)
10 bliadain æsa Abratham, 288.d .

sescbaid? ind macan docing sligi rath | imma tuarad lechta roth |
s. ¤ cade sund in cæch | forsa torchair Congal cloth, Ériu v 240 .
141 . s. ¤ caidi sund in cloch, 146 .

sescdach? adj flaith sessgdach (seasgdach, v.l.) ier sloghaib sae,
15Thurn., Zu Ir. Handschr. 51.22 (over fl. s. ¤ is written: .i.
[. . . . .] liath). ? = *sescatach reigning for sixty years, sixty
years old
(?).

sescnide adj io, iā (sescann) sedgy : cech finna sescnidi . . . acarb
sinis tria fortrennaib a chruadchind, RC xiv 404 § 9 .

20 sescrad n[o, n.] (sesc) dry cows : como forbart in Dond Cuailnge
. . . dáir in tsescraid (tsescraich, v.l.) . . . ┐ in cú oc cosnam in
tṡescraid (sescraich, v.l.), RC xvi 53.5 ( Dindsh. 101 ) (= in
tsescraigh, BB 404b4 - 5 ). = dairi in t[s]easgraidhi, Folklore
iv 482 § 63 . muirfidid Ulaidh a sesgraidi in tan nach biadh
25bleachtaighi aco, ZCP viii 545.18 .

? sescrae: ind romir cocorran (cocáran, v.l.) (? n.pr.) cet curi |
imon muidhi meda | leastar sleman s. ¤ sona | roga fleascach
feada, Anecd. i 49 § 17 . ? = escra, q.v.

sescus n[u,m.] (sesc) `state of dryness (of cattle)' (Plummer MS.
30notes): in coibhthi don mnai. Mas a samra no a foghmar
doberar di é, a theora cethroimhe a mblechtus ┐ cethraime
a s. ¤ , ┐ masa i ngemri no i nerrach is a leth a s. ¤ ┐ a leth a
mblechtus, O'C. 1226 ( H. 3.18, 491b ).

sesnad: ind cá córa do éanaibh aidheoir | seasnadh suairc a saoir-
35chineoil | 'na dtoirchim ós coill dá gcuir `by the cheerful strains
of their tribes
', Ó Bruad. ii 138.14 . ? for seafnadh, see sephnad.

sesra n(Lat. sextarius) a measure of capacity: nos-lintar core . . .
a ndechotar cetri fichet sesrai do lemlacht, RC xii 86 § 89 . tri
cét duibs. ¤ do rodo ruad, xv 439.16 ( Dinds. 46 ). doberar s. ¤ do
40chormaim do, Ériu v 242.163 . da ngabair punt don t[s]il sin
. . . ┐ a cur a seasra no a leath sheasra fina, 33 P 10³, 43a36 - 37 .
coilech argait . . . ┐ cutruma fria s. ¤ he, ZCP xvii 229.1 . ro-
messad ónd albín | tri chét sessar (seser, seasra, v.ll.) serb-dúr,
Met. Dinds. iii 220.58 . co fochroithet na bárca . . . cona
45sesraib, cona cláraib `with their barrels', TTr.² 873 . ri c[ria]-
thras usce . . . | for iathmass na n-al n-ollmuad | iar srebaib
co sesraib sruth | iar mesraib co mesrugud (`reservoirs, vats,
barrels
?', Index Verborum), SR 43 . Cf. seisedach.

? sesrach ind(?sess): cethrib sostaib, slicht 'sind aircc, | o drum-
50lurgain co drum[ṡ]lait, | sesrachaib sreth soer tria blait | co
n-espadaib oen chubait (of the ark), SR 2455 . ? To this: s. ¤ gl.
carruca, Ir. Gl. 49 .

? sesraib ind d p.: bīa cealla fá mersi | ag na sesraibh trēna, ZCP
x 49.15 .

55 sess n m.(? ON sess, see Bidrag, p. 44 . ? Vn. of saidid). n s. in
sess , Met. Dinds. iii 212.43 . g s. seasa, n p. sessa, Aisl. MC 37.21 .
a p. sessu, SR 5163 . g p. seasa, Laws v 474.10 . sess, SR 1513 .
d p. sessaib, 89 . seas m., IGT Decl. § 95 (127.23) .
(a) the bench of a boat, the thwart : sess ethar, quasi sos ind fir
60imramæ, Corm. Y 1186 . noe co lin seasa, Laws v 474.10
glossed .i. co n-imat sesa indti, 476.9 Comm . co lin sesa .i.
ó aen sess immach, O'D. 975 ( H. 3.17, col. 679 ). ic sudigud a
seolchrand ┐ ic sámugud a s. ¤ `setting its thwarts', TTr. 138 .
cutaim na ses ┐ breisim na fern síuil, TTr.² 868 . desidar . . .
65ar sesaibh na long, CCath. 1931 . ethar bec . . . cona shessaib
grotha, Aisl. MC 85.11 . luidh Patraicc . . . for sesaibh na
luingi, BNnÉ 6 § 17 . roshuid N. ar ses mōr medōnach na
luingi, ZCP xiii 241.16 . is tuirsech āmh sin[n] . . . o luigi inar
longaib ┐ ar cennaib na ses, 236.14 . Used of the boat itself:
70 dirgset in seól, sóeb in sess, Met. Dinds. iii 212.43 . a bench of
rowers, the number of rowers to a bench : mad fecht imorro for
imram vii. vii. sese uaidib `if it is for rowing twice seven
benches of them
', Chronicles of the Picts and Scots 312.12 .
onad fecht imorro for imram da secht seis (leg. sess) cacha
75fichit taigi dibh, 313.8 . `the board thrown out from the gunwale
of a boat to the strand
', Ir. Gl. p. 155 . dobert Goll band fera-
mail fora churach comma rossed dar nói sessaib i tír tírim,
RC xiv 408 § 18 . tiagait . . . a tir isin n-inis for claraibh ┐
sesaibh a long, Marco P. 149 . itcondairc araile duine for seas
80medóin na lungu the centre bench, D iv 2, 74rb32 . seas gléi-
mheadhóin na nGaoidhel, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 173.36 .
(b) a beam : sessa sena senchrothi | . . . | foloingtís in tech `fine
beams of mellow cream . . . kept up the house
', Aisl. MC 37.21 .
Fig. a key position : beire ar sheas meadhóin Midhe, Aithd.
85D. 15.13 .
a battle-rank : cid Lucifur, linib s. ¤ | ni choemnacair ar n-
amless, SR 1513 . anais . . . | i tīr Alban almaib ses (: gres(s)),
ZCP xii 378.24 . a row, rank : ri dosnarbair iar sessaib | in
thalmain co n-ilglessaib, SR 89 . fo gaessaib glessib cen chlith
| iar sessib, iar suidigthib, 84 . secht primthuatha Cannáin
5cain | fallain cona fortuathaib | eter sessu na sluag soimm |
dorigni hÉssu in nglé-roinn (Corr.), 5163 . support, champion :
a sheas urláir iorghoile, DDána 102.46 .
óenshess, cóicshess a boat of one, of five benches : nocho
ternoi ass acht oenshes nama, Ériu ii 112 § 34 . in dá cóicsess,
10 LU 7221 . See also treṡess.
Compds. ¤ chert: a sgūdada slemna seis-c[h]erta socair-
t[h]rēna with straight thwarts, ML² 651 . ¤ gal: s. na n-ethar
cá n-imram the creaking noise made by the rowing benches, TTr.
1418 .