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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 .

siloin n g. etir triunu Tethrach, etir sostu siloin, etir sruthu íuil,
5 RC xxvi 26.98 (? n. loc.).

sílrad n o,m. (síl) offspring, posterity, descendants : aon-neach . . .
do shíolradh Ádhaimh, Keat. Poems 588 . sgriosfa misi sliocht
Bháasa ┐ síolradh a thighe, 1 Kings xvi 3 .
As quasi-vn., act of propagating, disseminating : do thionn-
10scain Pelagius . . . eiriticeacht do shíolradh, Keat. ii 6055 . cad
é an dígbháil ingen bhodacháin | tabairt do mhac fhlescacháin
chum síolraig, O'Gr. Cat. 654.27 .

sílraigid v(sílrad) sows, propagates, breeds : ón athair ór síol-
ruigheadh sinn .i. Ádhamh, TSh. 3304 . go síolróchuidhe an
15creideamh leis na hAbsdalaibh, Eochairsg. 15.17 .

sílrugud vn. of sílraigid. act of seeding : is é sin an salchar
sinnsir úd atá ag snighe ┐ ag síolrughadh i síol Ádhaimh, TSh.
3295 .

silt xsee siled.

20 sílta part. of sílaid. sown : dofrith silta foirseo (leg. foirside) é
do cruthneacht, IT iii 196 § 46 . corba silta semanna na sleigi
da fhiaclaib, TTebe 3434 .

síltaid n[i,m.] (sílad) a sower : étaige gela imna siltaidib (MS.
siltaigib) ┐ imna hairemnu, Thr. Hom. 68.29 (= um na
25síltoirib, Lism. L. 1505 ).

siltech adj o, ā (siled) (a) flowing, streaming : ba sruthaibne siltecha
saeb-diana cach clais, MR 240.15 . fuinneōga siltecha súgh-
ruadha ochta na n-ánradh ar n-a tollad le h-imarcaid na
n-arm, ML² 1728 . saile s. ¤ sirbhruadh, ZCP vi 285.30 . na
30srotha da beit co siblach silteach ar fud aithchi na talman,
Ir. Astr. Tr. 20.29 . o dhearaibh shiltecha . . . súl, ITS xxix
205.27 . searbh-shrotha sriobh-luatha silteacha soghluaiste,
TSh. 6628 .
Of a sore, running : giodh bé . . . bhías na lobhar, nó ar a
35mbía créachd shilteach, Levit. xxii 4 .
(b) liquid, fluid : tuarascbail an uisci .i. corp fuar fliuch
siltec sogluasta, Ir. Astr. Tr. 10.5 . tuarasgbhail na teineadh
.i. corp te tirim loisgnech edrom silteach sogluasta, 10.2 . itir
na ballaib siltecha, mar ata in spirut ┐ na lenna, Rosa Ang.
40 128.y . ball fliuch bog s. ¤ hi (of the brain), 164.21 . masedh osa
seim s. ¤ in tuisgi, doní sligi don biadh cum na mball, 66.10 .
dligid an bainni beith a substaint meadōnaid gan beith silteach
nā reamur, RSláinte 2521 . púdar . . . arna cumusc re fliche
éigin a foladh thsiltech `to liquid consistence', O'Gr. Cat.
45 242.18 . da mbeith an fhuil gan techtadh ┐ i silteach uisgea-
mail, 23 K 42, 122.17 .
(c) fig. an duine do-bheir an raed as intuctha agus nach
connmhann an raed as inchonmhala, duine silteach sin prodi-
gal, lavish , ITS xxix 147.35 . duine sanntach agus duine fial,
50duine silteach agus duine borb, ib. 30 .

siltin xsee siled.

síltóir n[i,m.] (síl) a sower : um na síltoirib ┐ um na haireamnaibh,
Lism. L. 1505 (= imna siltaidib, Thr. Hom. 68.29 ).

1 sim n(sím, Stokes, KZ xl 249 ) the chain or loop used in securing
55a cattle-pound (cf. simin (d)): is ed a crand bis air .i. in loirg nó
in sim .i. in idh bec bis a comat in cumainn, O'Dav. 1615 .
? To this used figuratively: o[i]l na d[o]ighi grāidh gum guin |
mo chroidhi do chrāidh a sim, Études Celt. iv 382.z .

? 2 sim: ind gilithir fírinni ic flaith | scraiph sceas tonn taidbsi
60lir | taitnem bruit géise fri gréin | dath snechta ar sléib snas
do shim, Ériu ix 47 § 15 (snaschur sin, snas dotsnaith, snas do
sheimh, snasda seímh, v.ll.). ? Cf. dá mac Smucaille smitt-
chind (simcind, v.l.), Met. Dinds. iii 270.24 .

3 sim xsee som.

65 1 sima n a stalk or stem : curtar cleiti no sima 'na sroin dfurailem
sraogaidi air (festuca), Rosa Ang. 230.15 . ben acc dógh arbha
. . . ┐ do gabh seimhin ar lasadh (simha, v.l.), ZCP x 14.18 .
? To this: simha f., IGT Decl. § 54.11 . Cf. simin.

2 sima n a kind of ulcer? swelling ?: an nescoid bocc re nabur
70sima `called zimia ', Rosa Ang. 170.8 (siumha, v.l. Vocab.).

simbail n(Lat. symbolum) ` symbol (in the theological sense of
creed, compendium of doctrine)', Desid. Gloss. s.v. siombal:
mar adeirid fós Siombail na nAbsttol ┐ Siombail Chomhairle
Níséun, Desid. 4069 - 70 . do fhoghlamais Symbuil na nApsttal,
75┐, mar sin, creidiomh Eagluisi Chríostt, 4891 . sa symbail
chreidimh ghnáthoigheas an Eaglas Rómhánach, 4914 . siom-
boil nó cré na n-absdal, Mac Aingil 496.17 .

simide n a spark, gleam, particle : gan s. ¤ gliocais, Ó Bruad. i
122.6 . gan s. ¤ céille i gceann gan mhaoin `no one who is poor is
80deemed to have one spark of wit
', ii 34.z . See Dinneen s.v.
seimide .

simin(n), seimen(n) n i and ā,f. (cf. 1 sim?). Very variable in
form and inflection. n s. also sibin(n), sifin(n), etc. (see infra).
sibhean(d) f., IGT Decl. § 54 . sibhin m., § 207 (sifeand, sifind,
85 lochdach aráon). Cf. 1 sima.
(a) a rush : itharnnae .i. ith ┐ feorna .i. semend, ith na cethra
notēged isna cainnle apud ueteress , Corm. Y 735 = isna
simnib, Thr. Ir. Gl. 24 . simin .i. séim a hinne, 40 . ara-letha
bun cacha simne iarna airdbe cutruma graine . . . `das untere
Ende jeder abgeschnittenen Binse gleich breit wie ein "Korn"
',
5 ZCP xiv 355 § 13 = Laws ii 252.1 . tuc dō mess ndub a
draignib, | tuc airgib sub ar sibnib `sie gab ihm mit (Liebes)-
zeichen (?) Erdbeerfrucht auf Binsen
', Bruchst. 69 § 161 .
tolgdæ do tholgdaib simend, O'Mulc. 815 . ro bátar .xu.
bonsibne i lláim in meic brecderg sin ┐ delg scíach a cind cach
10simni díb, BDD² 1128 - 9 . crithnaigset a charíni imbi imar
crand re sruth nó imar bocsimin fri sruth, LU 6444 . ni con
ro bai ina chorp áit forsa roised (sic leg., Ed.) rind simhni nad
bad tregdaithi, TBC p. 671 n. 3 . curcais ard immbe . . . tri
fichit traiged i ḟot cech bocṡibne dib, Alex. 655 . conid rogab
15serg ┐ galar de, co luid hi seimnib sirgc de became like withered
rushes
(?), ZCP iii 2 n. 6 . noi sibinne rindglasa luachra, Laws
v 276.6 Comm . re (sic leg.) heiteall na nén agus re gluasacht
na sibheann, Atlantis iv 158.20 . ro gabh Berach simhin
luachra . . . ┐ ro coraigh im bragaitt in mairbh, ┐ atracht
20focéttoir; conidh desin atad sibhne Beraich go brath, BNnÉ
42 § 86 . an Bhanna 'sa himle ag Áodh | sibhne fanna tréna
fér, IGT Decl. ex. 1365 . an sifind leisin sín dte | do ṡín san
ḟritheing reimhe .l. (because of the -f-), ex. 2172 . do boic-
shimnibh doronad [na histada], .u. ceme déc fod gacha sibhne
25`bulrushes', Marco P. 49 . `seimhin a black-headed bog rush;
schoenus nigricans,' O'R.
(b) a reed : seimin gl. fistula, Ir. Gl. 211 . do ṡeimnib ḟásas
anaici mara (of the Crown of Thorns), Maund. 14 . do churetur
coroin ima chenn do sibnib mara, 16 .
30(c) a corn-stalk : ben acc dógh arbha . . . ┐ do gabh seimhin
ar lasadh (simha, v.l.), ZCP x 14.18 . conā fārcaib in gæth
sifind tuga, Aisl. MC 11.15 .
(d) rope or binding made of rushes (?) (cf. 1 sim), hence fetters,
bonds (?): do fhuabair [in Clárach] simhin ar na saorclannaib,
35 Caithr. Thoirdh. 17.19 . ? To this: criss mobíí | niptar símne
imm loa, Thr. Hom. 106.z . ben ler mhaith í fá fholuigh |
oruibh do chaith sí a sibhin, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 90.88 .
Compds. ¤ buide yellow with rushes : imín Siuír sibean-
buidhi slain, IT iii 80 § 55 (simenbuidi, v.l.). ¤ ḟliuch wet and
40 rush-grown : srath d'faigsin isin Imleach | gan an sraitsin
sibheinnfliuch, IGT Decl. ex. 1012 .