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sinnchéne ndimin. of sinnach. sinnchenae gl. uolpecula, Sg.
47a6 . See sinnchán.

sinnil xsee singil.

sinnlair?: ind tálaim óm chlí sógh sidhe, is s. ¤ é (sinn laire, sin
5laíre, MSS.), Hackett xi 8 (` singular (?)', Glossary).

? sinnmaig: ind do rini s. ¤ do let cind in catha imacuairt do
bemennaib borba (transltd. `he trampled to a litter', Cog.
194.22 ).

sinnsa xsee sennsa.

10 sinnser xsee sinser.

sinnsér, n(? also sinnser) o,m. (Eng. loan-word) ginger : sinsi-
bura [leg. Zinziber] .i. sennser, Arch. i 328.86 (Med. Gl.). cach
uile spísrad ann mur ata s. ¤ . . ., Maund. 159 . dlighear a
caithimh maille sinnsir, Reg. San. 25.26 . ar cur sheinnsēir gil
15┐ crōich orra, RSláinte 4981 . sinnsēr arna chumusc maille rē
mil, 8269 . figida tirma do caithimh, sinnser, ┐ caisi, Rosa
Ang. 114.y . sindcer, 258.17 .

sinomum n(Lat. cinnamomum) cinnamon : s. ¤ ┐ ballsam, TTebe
2212 .

20 sinonn xsee inunn.

sin(p)salma n(Lat. loan-word): sinpsalma uocum coniunctio
.i. accomal ṅgotha, Hib. Min. 9.296 . is do suidigthir anní as
sinpsalma do accomal neich etarroscrad tria mierleginn `symp-
salma is put to join together anything that has been separated by
25misreading
', 311 . diapsalma ┐ sinpsalma, 291 . oc cētul a
shalm . . . for diapsalmaib ┐ sinsalmaib ┐ decáidib `in dia-
psalms and syn-psalms and sets of ten
', Aisl. MC 13.12 .

sinser n o,m. seinnsear sinnser, IGT Decl. § 11 (p. 54.8) . Cf.
ósar. the elder, the eldest; a senior; in pl. elders, ancestors, fore-
30fathers: senser .i. senex ┐ fer, Corm. Y 1156 . erlabra dont
ṡinsiur, Trip.² 1486 . tri meicc Murchon . . . Colman a s. ¤ , Goid.
98.19 = Lib. Hymn. 43.2 . sinnsear la fine, feabta la flaith,
ecna la heclais (of the order of succession), Laws iv 372.1 .
rannaidh ósor, ┐ dogoga sinnsear, ib. 15 . cach sindsir a togha,
35 O'C. 2000 ( H. 4.22, 29 ). úair is hé ba s. ¤ dóib a tríur, LU 9057 .
Ciaran . . . sinnsear na noem, Fél.² lx.y . nachar damadh sīst
nō sealaidhecht da bar sinnseraib um an oilén sa, ML² 1546 .
Cerball hua hAeda, sindser Claindi Colmaín, RC xviii 14.5 .
is dortadh flaithesa sin . . . .i. righe do'n tsosar reimhe an
40tsinnsior, ITS v 24.z . raidh re Cathbarr garb a gal | denadh
aithris a ṡennser, Irish Texts i 62 § 64 . géabhthar leis lorg a
ṡinsear, TD 24.37 . onóir do thabhairt d'ar sinnsioraibh .i. dar
n-aithrib, dar máithribh ┐ don uile uachtaran, Parrth. Anma
165.12 . ar na hoigheadhaibh do-ní faill fá fhuasgladh do
45thabhairt ar a sinnsearaibh, TSh. 4593 . óir as iad na geinte
ifrionnda as sinnsir don Mhurcha chéadna, PCT 199 . ghui-
gheadar Ioshua agus Sinsir Chloinne Israel . . ., Donlevy 62.13 .
peccad na s. ¤ , an tsinsir original sin : an salchar sinnsir . . .
atá . . . ag síolrughadh i síol Ádhaimh . . . dá ngoirthear
50peacadh an tsinnsir, TSh. 3294 - 6 . pecadh na sinnser, Parrth.
Anma 236.12 . peacadh na sinnsior, ┐ peacadh gníomha,
Donlevy 148.15 .
s. ¤ feda term applied to the yew tree (cf. sinem fedha .i. ibhar,
Anecd. iii 44.1 . is do ibar as ainm siniu fedaib, Auraic.
55 5593 - 4 ): [s]innser feda fois | ibar na fled fis, SG 245.45 . ?To
this: in crand-sin | co slúag-balad sinnsir (transltd. `diffusing
patriarchal perfume
'), Met. Dinds. iv 214.66 . Hence: sinn-
sior .i. iubhar. go snuadh bhaladh sinnsir .i. go mbaladh
iubhair, O'Cl.
60Compds. ¤ bráthair elder brother, senior kinsman : aruscc
rere de aiti nó sinserbrathair, Mon. Tall. 79 (160.18) . tug
Muircheartach (.i. mac Muireadhaigh) ríghe nÉireann dá
shinnser-bhráthair (.i. do Lughaidh mhac Laoghaire), L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 14.31 . creacha móra la hAedh . . . for a sinnsear-
65brathair, FM iv 930.3 . ¤ ṡiur elder sister: mo sindser[-]siur,
Hib. Min. 66 § 7 .

sinserda adj io, iā (sinser) (a) ancestral (?): mac Catháoir go méd
meanma | ní bhfuair sé acht seal sínnseardha | air a láimh ge
thárthaidh tír | níor sháraigh cáir a chiníl (i.e. it was due to
70him by ancestral right ?), 23 G 24, 283.1 .
(b) olden, of yore : an Ghaedhealg ghrinnshlighteach | suair-
ceas saor na séimhfhear sinnseardha, Hackett iii 4 .

sinserdacht n[ā,f.] (sinserda) antiquarian lore : seanchus nó
sinnseardhacht críche . . . do lorgaireacht, Keat. i 2.2 .
75 seniority, birthright : co tucud a sindsirrdacht (sennserecht,
v.l.) duid, RC xxiv 200.21 . doradsam ar sindsirrdacht (sind-
searacht, v.l.) do Niall, 202.7 . `sinnsiordhacht genealogy,
account of families; eldership, superiority on account of age
',
O'R. Cf. sinsirecht.

80 sinsire n[io,n. see Thurn. Gramm. § 262.4 ] (sinser) (a) seniority,
birthright : log n-aisi, logh s. ¤ , log fognama, ZCP xii 365.8 ( H.
3.18, p. 18a ). logh do áes, logh do sinnsire, O'C. 51 ( H. 3.18,
p. 18 ). cumal sinnsire do mac cedmuindtire, . . . .i. la mac
cedmuindtire in cumal tsenorba, O'C. 2000 - 1 ( H. 4.22, p. 29 ).
85 fodhail na [d]tuarostal . . . ar shoirbhi ┐ ar shobhraidhi, ┐ ar
shindseri ┐ cómhairli, BR 80.10 . ar med nirt ┐ forlamuis . . .
ar sinnsire ar comhaireamh fond ┐ feabhsa is foithibh sin
midhighthir a tuarastla doib, BB 271a19 . tri airmitin sen, tri
denam s. ¤ the observing of the right of seniority, ZCP xii 363.35
( H. 3.18, 9b ).