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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.

sillanach adj o, ā (? silla) thin, fine (?): do bheir an feadán leis
agus do sh[e]inn ceól sruthbhinn siollanach sáimhchaoin, ITS
xxiv 100.23 .

silled, silliud u m. vn. of sillid. sellad, St. Ercuil. (a) act of
10 gazing (upon), glancing; a look, glance, gaze; a sight, vision :
milliud quasi mī-ṡilliud .i. drochṡilliud, Corm. Y 858 . descaid
serce sīrsilliud, Anecd. iii 15.20 ; cf. iss airdhenu sercci sír-
ṡilliuth, IT i 121.11 ( TE 6 ). ba hé s. ¤ ba soirche, LL 210b15 .
rap ḟerr leó ná a silliud sain | a tabairt beó fon talmain, Met.
15Dinds. iv 140.95 . silleadh súl dhá dtug rígh Uladh thairis,
aseadh do chonnairc . . ., ML 84.16 . nicon lamtis . . . décsiu
na s. ¤ for foltaib na ḟer, LB 127b42 . silleadh mall an mhac-
cáomh, IGT Decl. ex. 910 . títhe orláir do ghruadh ngeal | rob
tuar soghráidh a silleadh `the sight of them', Studies 1921, 74
20§ 6 . ag silleadh 'na thimcheall, DDána 102.30 . róid as soillse
re silleadh, 54.1 . silleadh créacht a chuirp chorcra | cúis
truaighe, 10 . tolcha uaine ar a dhá himeal, | ortha as bhuaine
silleadh súl on them the glance rests longest, Aithd. D. 28.23 .
do-geibhthear fós le gach fear | tibhre seirce 'na silleadh `in
25her glance
', TD 13.8 . mairg dár cinneadh . . . | silleadh an té
rom-theimhligh, Dánta Gr. 28.8 . coma sochain ri sillad do
cach duine a taithnemh na trillsi sin, TTebe 3743 . ag silledh
na senfhairrgi do gach taebh, St. Ercuil 1405 . ind sealladh
angidhe adhuathmar dorad in beist for Hercuil, 1281 . 's
30truagh an cuibhreach doni an chiall | ar silleadh siubhlach na
súl, Rel. Celt. ii 290.29 . is in t-silleadh chonaigh in the Beatific
Vision
, 228.28 . ag silleadh ┐ ag sírfhéachain ar na neithibh
neamhdha, TSh. 2983 . s. ¤ súl(a) somet. = the twinkling of an
eye : triall mall go múr nimhe | do-ním . . . | 'sdo-ním fhilleadh
35uadha | re silleadh na súla, Ir. Syll. Poetry 35.10 . lot mh'anma
a silleadh na súl | do rinneadh, Dán Dé ix 4 . bhudh éidir leis
. . . dol ó oirther go hiarrthar an domhain . . . ré silleadh na
sul, O'Hussey T.C. 45.y . `re silledh, cáocha, cáogad na súl
in the twinkling of an eye', Eg. Gl. 569 .
40(b) act of watching, keeping watch : is fer mor agarb . . . e, . . .
fri s. ¤ ar slogaib ┐ fri agallaim echtrand, Ériu viii 20.14 . na
cathaighthe [im] cheann | [fan] ceart silleadh súl `against
which I should be alert
', Aithd. D. 52.3 .
(c) the evil eye : ar galar, ar geinntib, | ar milliud in cenntair,
45| ar ṡilliud, ar teinntib, ZCP x 346 § 6 . Cf. sellad.

1 sillid v i (a) intrans. looks, gazes, glances : sillis fair ┐ ḟeghaidh
a ghnúis aluinn, Lat. Lives 103.13 . nír' ṡill ar mhnaoi o ro
genair, ZCP i 62.28 . sillis rī Ulad dá ēisi, ┐ at-c[h]onnairc
meirgi . . . an airdrīgh, ML² 1180 . baile a silled, ba soirche
50`where her glance fell all was bright', Met. Dinds. iv 142.116 .
cech oen no ṡillfed forsin natraig, LB 120a48 . ro shill súas . . .
go ffacaidh dorus nimhe, BNnÉ 299 § 47 . silltear orm lem
fhear comhráidh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 269.45 . cein no cor-sill
uad . . . Tith cæ da danic chuici int [s]leg `till Tydeus glanced
55the way whence the spear had come to him
', TTebe 3296 .
silleadh .i. féghain, sillis .i. féuchais, O'Cl.
(b) trans. looks at, gazes upon: eich fil fó charput glinne | an
frim céin córda sille, LU 3807 . níor ṡill súil oirear budh ḟearr,
TD 28.31 . sill go meinic a gruadh gheal | claon do dhearc uirre
60os íseal, 1.12 . ní nar shill suil ┐ nach cuala cluas, ITS xix
92.12 . With cognate acc.: in silliudh ro ṡill secha, RC xxvii
282 § 39 . in silliud rosill secha ar na sluagaib, TTebe 3288 .
? To this: sella sillit, LL 114b23 . Cf. sellaid.

2 sillid v[i] (1 sillid) lit. one who looks, glances : `sillidh' ben doni
65tuaicle, | ní bi sel acht saebfuaichthi, Met. Gl. 33 § 21 . Cf.
sillite.

sillite x= sirite? 2 sillid? a ṡillide ṡiabhartha, RC xxix 116.3 .
a silide, 132.11 . rángatar na harrachta frithaire sin ┐ na
sillidi lethlámhacha, Comp. Con C. 83.y . trí silliti siabharrtha
70 Duan. Finn i 91.33 .

? 2 silliud: ind bendacht Dé ar in sruth | nār brethnaig do bás |
rotlā silliud súas | dot innium, dot fās, BColm. 16.19

sílne n io,m. (síl) (a) seminal fluid, seed, sperm : mar chomshodus
. . . in s. ¤ n-usquide i ḟeoil ┐ i cnámu na n-anmanda, LB 257b32 .
75 mar curtar an silne cum na n-uirgid, Rosa Ang. 238.5 . oir ni
fetund na boill daingne tic on tsilni co hairighi do fliuchad
`for it is not possible to moisten the strong members, that is,
especially the spermatic
', 80.13 . ambra .i. silni an mil moir,
Arch. i 327.76 . an uair thuitius an sperma a soithigib an
80tshīlne, RSláinte 3591 . is do'n talmain a oenar do cruthaighed
Adam ┐ cruthaighter cach oen dia eis do'nt silne doenda, de
Contemptu 122 . `silne the sperm, spawn or seed of animals,'
P.O'C. Fig. salur muiniacum (leg. sal armoniacum) .i. sugh
nó silne na cloch ar techadh `the juice or seed of the stones after
85melting
', Arch. i 328.85 .
(b) rarely of the seed of plants: in uili ḟear . . . ┐ na huili
chrondu techtait indtibh foden silni a ceineoil, BB 15b52 .
Fig. ise sin in silne nemda triasa forbair gort na n-irisech,
LB 257b40 .