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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 .

sinechdoig n(Lat. loan-word) synecdoche : i[s] s. ¤ fil i comsuine
sund .i. fuath laburtha sin is gnáth isin scriptúir .i. aisneis
rainne for tóit, PH 5654 .

? sined vn. formation based on 1 sine. act of growing older :
10 sineadh t'fhoilt, bánadh do bheoil, | cuimhnigh orra dot
aimhdheoin, DDána 27.4 (sineadh, síneadh, MSS.).

síned, síniud u, later o,m. vn. of 1 sínid. (a) act of stretching
(out), spreading, unfurling; a spreading or unfurling: co ro-
[ṡ]ecsat a lláma imma claidbiu conad coemnactar a síniud
15nach a tairniud, Lat. Lives 30.7 . síangan na súanem ica
síniud, TTr. 1420 ( LL 236a18 ). oca atach ┐ ac siniudh a lam
cuigi, Aen. 1315 . síneadh cinn do Choin Chuluinn | d'fhior
tuaighe, Studies 1921, 258 § 5 . ro gab . . . na seólta aga
síneadh, Ét. Celt. i 82.3 . an eng shenta do shínedh, Irish
20Texts ii 64 § 6 . ar tí ancaireadh do shíneadh amach, Acts
xxvii 30 . is giorra an leaba ná mar do fhéadfadh duine é féin
do shíneadh uirre, Isa. xxviii 20 . gurab síneadh séin ┐ sochair
don tír an tuile sin, Ó Bruad. ii 86.3 .
Of the roof or roofing of a house: tuiri tren diriuch do lar |
25fri siniud sruthi soergrad, SR 4274 . dorad Molaisi síniudh a
dairthaighi dó don crund `roofing', B Moling § 34 .
(b) extension, prolongation : in la oc sínud . . . ┐ adaig oc
sergad, LB 102b marg. inf. cebé 'ga raibhe sineadh saegail tar
eís an chatha sin, CF 811 . sinedh fada flaithemnais, RC xix
30370.22 . siniud na haimsire, Auraic. 1564 . do-chuaidh ar
sealg ag síneadh `the hunt for us continued', Aithd. D. 67.8 .
delay, suspension : nír chuir sí ar síodh a síneadh (sic MS.) `she
never sought to put off a pardon
', Aithd. D. 87.4 . leig síneadh
id dhigh diomdha `cuir do dhíoghaltas ar athlá' (notes), DDána
35 40.26 . act of relaxing, unclasping : doberinn co hadhba m'én |
am chrobaib síar gan sínedh | cuirp curadh nó cathmíledh,
Anecd. i 38 § 105 . ar lagad ┐ ar luath-shíned a luth-glac, MR
232.7 . act of straightening (?): síniudh creite, TBC p. 285 n. 5
(one of Cú Chulainn's feats), cf. co ndirgiud crette, LU 5973 .
40 ni do réir shínte na cainndighechta and not according to the
extension of the quantity
(of food), Reg. San. 24.17 .
(c) síniud (láime) (i) act of assaulting, outraging : co slait ┐
síniud ┐ indriudh, TTr.² 58 . ni ro leíc a síniud no a sarugud
impu, LB 117a51 . mor slat ┐ sínte ┐ esoircne ro búi for a lár,
45 Alex. 155 . an lucht sínte laimhe do léir-sccrios, ZCP x 12 § 7 .
is moo na sínte láime dogniat lucht na crech oldáit na gadaige,
PH 7559 . ard-naeim Erenn d'a eascaine ar na sínead ┐ ar
na sarugud fa slanaigecht, MR 232.19 . (ii) a surgical opera-
tion : gidbé cnedh doníter le hór a modh síne (? leg. sínte)
50láimhe, O'Gr. Cat. 259.13 . ar sintib laime on surgery, Irish
Texts v 2.2 . mar atá cauteria, síneadh láimhe, nó leigheas ar
bith, Corpus Astron. 186.19 . mar go bhfuilngeann an t-othar
corpordha iomad fualaing tré shíneadh láimhe an leagha
corpardha, TSh. 8234 .
55(d) the length or quantity of a vowel; hence, the sign of quan-
tity: cionnus chuirthear focuil shínidh ghirr a síneadh mhea-
dhónach, no focuil shínidh fhada a síneadh ngearr, no cía
dona connsuinibh nach fuilngeann síneadh gearr rompa, ┐
cía dhíobh nach fuilngeann síneadh fada no meadhónach
60rompa, IGT Introd. 1.22 - 25 . .ea. .i. fear, -éa. .i. fér, ionann
guthaidhe dhóibh ┐ ní hionann foghar no síneadh, 5.23 .
cáoladh .eó. shínidh fhada ag dul a n.eói., 6.21 . as annamh
chuirid síneadh fada ar fhoclaibh, RC iv 355.15 ( O'Cl. ).
(e) seems sometimes to refer to the unsyncopated form as
65against gerrad the syncopated form of a noun: Albanach . . .
cóir a sínedh leis ┐ a gerradh ar a thuillréim illraidhi ┐ ar a
thothlugad (i.e. the forms Albanacha, Albanachaib, Albancha,
and Albanchaib are all correct), IGT Decl. § 17 . comha . . . c.
a sínedh leis ar illradh (i.e. comada is correct as well as
70 comtha), § 4 .
(f) act of going, faring : tre ghoimh míleadh Mhuighe Fhloinn
| gach duine ag síneadh seachoinn, DDána 121.8 . gach treod
gan tásc tar sáil dár thogair síneadh, Keat. Poems 41 .
(g) in prepositional phrases, s. ¤ re act of competing with, com-
75paring with: giolla mar Niall ngeal nGlúndubh | re rian na
sean ag síneadh, Aithd. D. 15.30 . aithreach d'Éibhear a
shíneadh | re hÉireamhón, Content. ii 18 . s. ¤ tar act of excel-
ling, outstripping : ní ḟéad maicne Míleadh mhir | síneadh tar
aicme Éibhir, xxi 16 . ar s. ¤ divided, at odds (?): síol an dá mhac
80sin Míleadh | gar a ngaol gé tá ar síneadh, xiii 31 .

sínéirecht n[ā,f.] (Eng. or Rom. loan-word) signature : ní
sacair (sic leg.) an ealta 's a sreabha [']na sínéireacht (i.e. the
crew of Cromwellians is ill at ease though the borders (cf.
sreb catha) of the Irish (i.e. their estates) have been signed
85over to them), Ó Bruad. iii 16.7 .

sinem xsee sen.