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1 sín n ā,f. bad weather, storm; less freq. in general sense, weather
35(freq. in pl.), season; rarely, good weather: comscuchud suas
ar ómun inna s. ¤ , Thes. ii 21.35 ( Bcr. 33b14 ). nī congebed
ūacht síne | do ḟeiss aidche hi linnib, Thes. ii 315.2 ( Hy. ii ). Cōemgen
cloth | snechta tria sh. ¤ lūades gáeth, Thes. ii 331.4 ( Hy. v ). suidid
sīne serb `the bitter bad weather is past', Four Songs 8 § 2 . fo
40lib lige a ai ar cech saeth sreta sina .i. is maith lib a eolchu a
lige Coluim Cille ar no ícad a drucht nó a úr ar cachc (sic)
ngalar no ráethnaiged rais na sina .i. cach s. ¤ a rathe, LU
1065 - 8 (ACC). sina sceo imrima raith. imrima .i. donenna . . .
in tan ticfad sonend ┐ donend, 821 - 4 (ACC) (here = fine
45weather
?). cētṡamun .i. cēt-ṡam-sīn .i. cētlud sīne samhraidh,
Corm. Y 290 . āille na sīne, ib. 724 . is tre ḟír flathemon sína
caíni cach threimsi tēchtaidi do-cengat, ZCP xi 82 § 25 . is gó
flatha do-ber ṡína saíba for tūatha clóena unnatural weather,
ib. la tes síne, Laws iv 356.12 . cia beith d'ḟeabus na síne, IT
50 i 123.6 . fó sín samrad, Ériu vii 4 § 4 . druim Fingin co ngarb-
sin gle, LL 198b13 . dech do ṡínaib ceó, Tec. Corm. § 17.8 .
rugadh ass uile in comadbar sin in n-æn sin, BB 210b9 = a
n-aen aidce, Todd Nenn. 92.6 . esruth sin `dispersal of storms',
Ériu ii 104 § 15 . cōir síne, RC xiv 40 § 41 . cona-roibe ith a
55talmain . . . na lacht ac būaibh na sínæ ina córai feisin, ZCP
xi 63 § 11 . ni lamait codlud chaidche | d'aggairbe ṡ. ¤ na
haidche, RC xxiii 420.2 . aca imdídin ar fuacht síne ┐ ar tes
gréine, Comp. Con C. 101.12 . sína saeba ┐ aimsera anme-
sarrda, SG 46.17 . ro bui s. ¤ fhliuch ann, Ét. Celt. i 84.29 .
60 feraidh mor do shíonaibh air, Buile Ṡ. 40.3 . ní aithrigh síon
séis mbuinne `the tempest does not alter the note of the stream',
Studies 1921, 74 § 14 . ón bhraon throm as soillse síon more
bright the weather
, Aithd. D. 63.29 . re linn na seice ar an sín |
ní ṡín ní ḟill eite eóin, IGT Decl. ex. 1110 . ré linn ba soinn-
65mheach síona, Content. xv 47 . gach doiri ar ndergadh a
chaerthann, | coill ag slechtadh re sin mbailbh calm weather,
Irish Texts ii 71.22 . do ní fuacht i n-aimsir theasbhaigh | . . .
saobhadh na síon, Dán Dé xxxi 12 . síon choguidh 's gac
conar-ród, 23 G 24, 277.3 . robdar certa suaimnech na síona,
70 FM i 96.10 . síon .i. soineann, O'Cl. ? To this: dedais s. ¤ slán
giallo gebai Mumain, LL 287a27 (rhetoric).
As npr. f.: Osnadh, Easnadh, Sín cen ail | Gaeth Garb ocus
Gemadhaigh, | . . . | it é m'anmann ar aen chái, RC xvii 133.22
(Tig.). in ben dianadh comainm Sīn, ib. 10 .
75 Fig. the times, circumstances, atmosphere, attitude : síon
im aighidh ag iompúdh, DDána 121.9 . fríoth síodh t'oidhre
ler n'aithribh | síon oirne ná hathraighthir, Aithd. D. 71.9 .
atá ar gcion . . . | idir shíol gConuill ag clódh, | an tsíon oruinn
ag iompódh, TD 15.11 . luibh shídh . . . | le sín ngráidh ar
80ngeineamhain `grown in the warm weather of love', Aithd. D.
67.7 . Of Mary: síon ciuin gan chioth, PBocht 2.23 .
Compds. ¤ dérach: cionnus rachad | sa Róimh re sneachta
síndeorach? `through showering snowstorm', Aithd. D. 61.12 .
¤ gáeth: dea séite na síonghaoth `blustering winds', Studies
85 1921, 74 § 4 . fráoch na n-iodhlann n-earrchamhail, | ag
séideadh síonghaoth na reann, 418 § 7 . ¤ glór stormy sound :
síonghlór na sriobh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 156.75 . ¤ matan: gach
sionmhaidan gharbh geimhridh, ZCP ii 360.2 .

2 sín (? sin) n the name of the ring or collar worn by Morann
mac Máin. According to another tradition it was an epistle
5used as a charm. Thurneysen ( ZCP xii 278 ) believes the name
to have arisen out of a misinterpretation of a passage in
Audacht Morainn: dīrge dlegar cach flathemon in sin, ad-
mestar dar midrīana ad-mórchlotha miditer, xi 80 § 3 .
sin .i. muince, O'C. 119 ( H. 3.18, p. 73 ). sīn .i. cruind.
10 Unde sīn Maic Māin .i. sīn bōi imo brāgoid fri foichill fīrinde.
Intan atbereth fīrinde ba fairsing, ba cumang intan atbered
gō. Nō eipistil bōi immo brāgoit fri foirgell fīrinde, Corm. Y
1160 . `sín' muince, `sin ainm slabraidh, Met. Gl. 20 § 63 . Cf.
sindon (? leg. sin dono) .i. slabrad, O'Mulc. 842 . bai sin aile
15la Morand .i. cuaird bec bai lais amal circáill ḟeta, IT iii 190
§ 15 . dorigneadh cumdach oir ┐ airgid lesin imon sreabann
sin, co rob é sin `Sín Meic main' iarum, § 14 . in dā fīr dhēc
flatha . . . .i. Tre-sin Moraind, Tal Mochta, Crannchur Seancha
. . ., 188 § 11 . otchonairc . . . in epistil ima bhraigit imco-
20marcaid de cid sin (= cid sin sein, IT iii 190 § 16 ) a Moraind.
adde ol C. . . . bídh sin Moraind ondíu co brath he, BB 261b23 .
in s. ¤ .i. idh Moraind, ZCP xi 65.3 . Sīn Morainn . . . | 'mo bacat
a lō dālo, Sitzungsb. 1919 v 93 § 25 . ? To this, by transf.: dar
sin a mhant the circle of his gums, TFrag. 146.11 .

25 3 sín (? sin) adv B. na f. so, thus, like : sīn re grecha mo derca
glossed: is cosmuil re cnā caocha mo tsūile, ZCP v 488 § 4 .
as [s]ain (.i. is amhlaid) | tēit in māl ina teach rīgh, 489 § 15
(= isín, LB 240a20 ). essín (= is sín, Meyer) immorro bōie
Āed, co nār ibh daif a harcc n-aile acht . . ., ZCP viii 102.10 .
30 sín sighi se[i]g di aild, RC xiii 222.16 .

sínach adj o, ā (1 sín) stormy: gamh ilshíonach, gaethach, ainbh-
thionach co ffolc ndearmhair, FM ii 1100.12 .

sinagóig, sinagóg n(? -í-) f. (Lat. synagōga) g s. na sinagogai ,
PH 203 . sinagoigi, Mac Aingil 414.6 . With dental inflection:
35 a s. sinagogaid, Laud 610, ff. 11d29 , 12b32 . First -g- somet.
lenited.
a synagogue, an assembly : cersat mor in t-sinagoig Iudaide,
PH 250 . sinagoig daescair na mac mallachtan, Rawl. B 512,
fo. 71a15 . síonaghóg Shatáin ┐ eaglas an aidhbhirseóra (of
40the Lutheran and Calvinist churches), Desid. 4138 . go mbiadh
. . . mar gach eaglais oile thuiteas a n-eiriceachd, 'na sínagōig
Satáin, 4099 . prionnsa na sionagóige, TSh. 5883 . a n-a
sinaghoghaib, de Contemptu 2121 . uachdaráin na sionagóige,
Acts xiii 15 .

45 sinaipi n(quantity of -a- uncertain) f. (Lat. sināpi) mustard :
cudruma grainni na sinaipi, YBL 164b43 . dia mbeath cutrume
grainde na sinaibi oc duine do creidhem, RC xlvi 227.4 .

? sincreth n(perh. compd. of sen) Appar. old woman, hag :
foemus int s. ¤ sin do, RC xi 129.11 = int sentonn, ib. 9 = in
50cailliuch, 4 .

1 sine adj compar. of sen, q.v.

2 sine n iā,f. (sen) old age, seniority, antiquity : lethar na sciath
ina bretaigh brisdi impo ar ṡ. ¤ ┐ ar arrsaidhecht, CCath. 482
v.l. is uadi sin iar s. ¤ | atberar slíab nEbline `by old tradition',
55 Met. Dinds. iv 64.75 (`according to precedence', SG ii 532.22 ).

3 sine n io and t, [m.] a teat, dug, pap : deil. i. s. ¤ bó, Corm. Y 430 .
s. ¤ ochta gl. uber, Ir. Gl. 1059 . amail rondeiligthe sinethæ
dianat anmanna dela, Corm. Y 431 = sine dianad anmand
delái, Thr. Ir. Gl. 16.2 . dognid Ulltan sineda na mbo do
60thescad, Fél.² cxlii 24 . mas e an dara s. ¤ is esbadhach uirre,
Laws iii 374.8 Comm . cein bis a nus i n-a sinib, v 152.18
Comm . mas a lestur ra gat in ben in lacht, is diabladh uaithi
and . . . ┐ nucun nuil a deithbhir sein ┐ a goit a sini, O'D.
2387 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 47d ). ite ainmead bo . . . .i. maine be
65comblicht a sini, mat gairde ina tri fine, O'C. 250 ( H. 3.18,
p. 145 ). dobertsi blegon sini dó, LU 6249 . oc blegon bó
triphne, ibid. = bó trí s. ¤ , TBC 2411 . si oc tabairt a ciche do;
ar batar didiu sini aice-si oc siled amal tepersain ḟírusci,
Todd Lect. vi 49.7 . s. ¤ Seain gl. uvula, Ir. Gl. 151 .
70Compd. ¤ bolc udder : dombert for a sinebolg in tṡod, ZCP
viii 310.37 .

4 sine?: ind s. ¤ id est quasi sine (sníge?), Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 41 (or for
second s. ¤ read sním as in next ex.?). ? To this: sini .i. snim,
ut est, cií nech nith sine .i. in nith ┐ snimh, O'C. 80 ( H. 3.18,
75 p. 62a ).

1 sinech n(3 sine) the name of a disease of cattle: foiridh
conach, ┐ sgamach, ┐ s. ¤ , ┐ gach uile ghalar bhíos ar innilibh,
Anecd. iii 6.5 . air a mbía sineach `a wen', Levit. xxii 22 . ? To
this: mat lond, mat senech (of a cow), O'C. 250 ( H. 3.18,
80 p. 145 ).

2 sinech adj o, ā (3 sine) having (large) teats or paps: sruaimnech
.i. s. ¤ no sombleoghain, O'Dav. 1438 . gamnach .i. gam-sinech
.i. arinnī is mblicht i mmī gaim, Corm. Y 687 .
As subst. se delechaib treibe . . . .i. se sinechaib `six milch
85cows
', Laws i 66.9 Comm .
As npr. f. and as the name of a monster: dochúatar . . . co
sith Sínighe Crúachan, IT i 129.5 . for Sinig Locha Rudraide,
Laws i 68.22 Comm . (called Finech, 64.12 ), cf. SG 250.11 . s. ¤
shármór shogherrtha, SG 251.23 . S. ¤ Cró rodn-alt, ZCP iii
204 § 1 . Cumne ┐ Mincloth ┐ S. ¤ a tri der[b]sethracha, Irish
5Texts iii 99 § 266 .