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silid vOrig. strong verb with redupl. fut. and pret. (see Ped. ii
70623 ) subj. pres. s. 1 go ro ṡíblur-sa (fut. stem), TBC 6078 .
subj. past s. 3 arnár siblad , LU 2949 (H). pret. s. 3 siblaís, LU
2940 (H). siblais, TBC 6082 . Usually as weak verb. See also
suilid.
I Intrans. (a) drops, flows, drips : silis fuil sla(i)n assa tæbo,
75 Snedgus u. Mac R. 11 § 28 . tipra o silenn gran can anad,
Todd Nenn. 118.6 . dar a cel silis in t-uisci, Laws i 140.20
Comm . (gl. oircel, 124.18 ). connach bái banna dh'usci and
acht muna ṡiled ind, TBC 3820 . silfid crú a cnessaib curad,
293 (= snigfid, LU 4586 ). cor' ṡilset 'na cethaibh ┐ 'na
80frasaibh . . . for tíribh na hEspaine, CCath. 2336 . roptar óible
tened na .u. banni silset estib, Thr. Hom. 6.17 . dus in silinn
mo dubh to try if my ink flows, LB 117b marg. inf., scribal
note. is beag an boga[dh] le silfinn little is the shaking that
would cause me to drop
, 23 G 24 , 371.26 . a ndoirsib na srotann
85tsilis is in fairrgi, Ir. Astr. Tr. 54.13 . a sil a innibh an aieior |
d'fhearthain líonmhair . . ., DDána 110.48 . sneachta nach
sil re teinidh, Dán Dé v 40 (= TSh. 6240 ). gurab éasgaidh
shnigheas ┐ shileas sáimhrighe na colna ón toicceach `flows
away
', TSh. 947 . do shil sruth mor deor . . . uaithe, Smaointe
B. Chr. 1843 . silfidh mo ghlór mar dhrúcht `my speech shall
5distil as the dew
', Deut. xxxii 2 . atáid peacaidhe aírighe ann,
noch do shileas go fíor-ghar uadh `which immediately spring
from it
', Donlevy 158.2 . fleasg ag sileadh ar an bhfolt ag
congbháil an fhuilt o n-a rosg, ITS i 4.x (`stretched'). weeps :
do shil an réadla ar ndol Dé | an ré ar an gcor gcéadna ag
10caoi, PBocht 13.19 . mo dhearc tré dholás ro-s-shil, Keat.
Poems 1063 . do fhidir Dia fonn Fuinidh | do shil dá shúil
trócuirigh, Hackett xliii 22 . Cf. do shiliodar mo láma le mirr,
Cant. v 5 . silfid do chréachta, Dán Dé xxviii 19 .
(b) of sparks, rains, showers: crithre teinedh silid . . . a rosg
15daor an Diabuil, RC xxviii 320 § 44 . sleagha dá silid crithre,
Aithd. D. 16.36 .
II Trans. sheds, pours out, causes to flow : laigid in gerran . . .
┐ siblaís a fual corbo thipra, LU 2940 . ni dha bheo-sa mení
ṡiblursa ṁ-ḟúal úaim . . . siblais Medb a ḟual uathi, TBC
20 6081 - 2 . co ro-shilset fuil amal usce a topur, PH 1145 . mar
shaltraim ar úr Innse | achmhaing mo shúl shilim-se, DDána
77.4 . an lá do shil crú a chroidhe, 12.6 . tar ar chéid-shil
d'fhoil Íosa `after all the blood He had shed', Dán Dé xx 28 .
lér shil sé srotha díochra déar, TSh. 4026 . do shil tú fearthuinn
25. . . anúas, Ps. lxviii 9 .

sílid xsee saílid.

silín xsee sirín.

sill n(Lat. sillus, a measure of weight ): sillus . . . est unus scrip-
tulus et quarta pars scriptuli; inna da s. ¤ is da scripul coleth,
30 RC viii 368 .

silla xsee sillab.

sillab n ā,f. (Lat. syllaba): g s. inna cétni sillabæ , Sg. 212b1 .
sillaibe, LB 227a16 . Later also m.: n s. in sillab deighinach . . .
in sillab toiseach, Auraic. 2369 - 70 = int shillab dedenach . . .
35int shillab thoisenach, 91 - 92 . a s. in sillab toiseach, 2368 =
int shillaib toisich, 91 . Mod.Ir. silla m. somet. with dental
inflection: a s. sillaidh, O'Gr. Cat. 300.13 . n p. trí siolla , IGT
Introd. 27.5 . na sillada , O'Gr. Cat. 301.26 . g p. siolla, IGT
Introd. 1.21 . Note also n s. siolladh, Luc. Fid. 270.8 . Also
40 sillaeb: n s. sillæb, ZCP xii 295.4 . n p. sillæba, Fél. 4.25 . a p.
sillaoba, Auraic. 2745 .
(a) a syllable : it sillaba fodlidi is follus són asind ḟers `they
are separate syllables: this is manifest from the verse
', Sg. 111b1 .
ar it lia sillaba o illitrib quam ó oinlitrib, 71a18 . ní sluindi s. ¤
45folad trée feisin manip sin s. ¤ coní bes rann insce `no syllable by
itself expresses a substance, unless it be a syllable which is able
to be a part of speech
', 25b14 . issi int s. ¤ diuit s. ¤ ellaig rainne ┐
nad ṡluindi folad `this is the simple syllable, a syllable in the
body of a part (of speech
), . . .', 25b13 . sillaidi (?) gl. syllaba, Ir.
50Gl. 231 . du i mbi imrecra s. ¤ , Lib. Hymn. i 64.57 . cethri líni
cech caibtil, ┐ se sillaba déc cech líne, 14.7 . cate tomus cach
hái i sillabaib? (of metres), IT iii 7.4 . cræd is saellæb and? . . .
Tinōl timaircthech litrech nō guta a n-ainm, ūair is foirpthi
int [ṡ]illæb cach guthaidi trichi ┐ nī thēit tar sē litrib ar mēd
55┐ is airi aderar sillæb ōn ḟocol sasillabui .i. as inand sin asin
grēig ┐ comtinōl asin laitin ┐ asinn gæidilg, ZCP xii 295.1 - 3 - 4 .
ni boí saine litre na sillaibe hi cairt dib sech araile, LB 227a16 .
dogniat [na guthacha] sillaib a n-ænur per se sillabam faciunt,
Auraic. 366 . iarcomrac . . . .i. comrac na tri s. ¤ forsna da
60sillabaib tuiseacha, 1420 . trí siolla as cóir a mbráthair na
hiomarbhádha tig ó phearsuin lóir, mur tá so: as gilide no as
duibhidi, IGT Introd. 27.6 . ga líon siolla san fhocal as sía do
Gháoidhilg, 1.21 . gach persa lóir énṡilla every monosyllabic
abstract noun
, IGT Decl. ex. 1006 n . a bhfocluibh . . .
65comhmhaith ┐ do bhiadaois siolladh ar shiolladh ann, Luc.
Fid. 270.8 . foirceadlaidhe .i. fear ag a mbí gramadac . . . ┐
siollaba knowledge of metres (?), MS. Mat. 494.34 (`orthography').
(b) hence of something very slight a jot, a tittle; of music,
a note; of wind, a puff: . . . fán siolla as lugha dhe do bhéin
70díom, Desid. 5031 (i.e. of the faith). ní bhfuil . . . siolla do
shásaibh | i ngliaidh na ruag . . . | nár theastaigh, Hackett
xl 90 . má sheinnid le céill, | gach siolla d'á dtug athair na
ngrás d'Olldhámh na dtéud, Hardiman i 6.15 . siolla de
ghaoith Mhárta, ITS i 10.6 . See also Dinneen.

75 sillabacda adj io, iā (sillab) syllabic, according to syllables : a delidin
s. ¤ (e.g. gossa fer .i. Fergossa), Auraic. 5312 .

sillabach xsee sillaebach.

sillada n a p.? dogní Mocuda siolladha dona hoghaibh, BNnÉ
295 § 24 (reading of Stowe for cailledha (? = caillecha) of
80text).

sillaeb xsee sillab.

sillaebach adj o, ā (sillaeb s.v. sillab) syllabic, pertaining to syllables :
deilidi foclach fæbrach | is deilidi s. ¤ `metathesis of syllables',
Auraic. 2134 . Cf. tretsillabach, déṡillabach, etc.

85 sillaire n(? silla) io,m. Exact sense not clear: an siollaire mer
muilchennach mo grádh chroidhe an laoch, O'Gr. Cat. 583.34 .
siollaire sámh soinenta, 36 . an siollaire geanamhail grinn (of
a good musician), Keat. Poems 281 . is léir a ngleó-cnoic gur
thuiteadar | siollairídhe treun air lár, Jacobite P. 12.6 .
siollaire `a beater, striker, smiter, a dexterous harper; also a good
5 singer ', P.O'C. See also Dinneen.