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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 ).

5 sinsirecht, sinseracht n ā,f. (sinsire) seniority, birthright : conā
fogēntar feb .i. tochusa. nā hāes .i. s. ¤ , LL 188b11 . leícsius
rígi dóib ara s. ¤ , TBC 52 . is [s]ine misi na thú ┐ innis scela dam
a n-anoir Dia ┐ mo seinnserachta, ZCP vi 101.13 . ná tabairse
in t-uisce dot bráithrib . . . co tucat a sinnseracht duit birth-
10right
, SG 329.34 (= sindsirrdacht, RC xxiv 200.21 ). ós do
tsinnseireacht ráinig si dhóibh `by seniority', ML App. 180.3 .
a credemain do Mac Uilliam Clainni Ricairt ar sindsirecht,
Ann. Conn. 1401.10 . bhur ccathair . . . agá bhfuil a sinn-
sireacht a láethibh áosta `antiquity', Isa. xxiii 7 . Cf. sin-
15serdacht
.

sinsnáth n(sind < Lat. sindon+snáth, Meyer, Fianaig. Gloss . )
the name of some fabric: do folchad na buird do srōl ┐ do sída
┐ do ṡicir ┐ do sindsnáth `sendal', Fianaig. 56.3 . da braici
breaca . . . do sinsnath uretrom uainegda, CCath. 4662 (`chain-
20thread
'). na fannbreiti fata fannscailti do siric ┐ do sinsnath,
4930 . im a n-ór ┐ sról ┐ síta ┐ sinnath ┐ sirecc ┐ tlachta cacha
datha, Alex. 1092 . etir sról ┐ síoda, ┐ siric, ┐ s. ¤ , Cog. p. 79 n. 5 .

Sint n Saint : S. ¤ Aibhisdin do b'é a liaigh, DDána 59.33 . S. ¤
Aibhisdin san iúl díreach, 25 . Cf. 1 san, sanct, and 2 sin.

25 1 sínte io, iā part. of sínid. (a) stretched out, extended : ba marb
D. dono isin ionad cédna, ┐ sé s. ¤ re Crois na shesamh, TFrag.
64.7 . Peadar s. ¤ ar an gcroich, TSh. 6923 . fuasgeólad sibh lé
láimh sh. ¤ amach, Exod. vi 6 . Of extent: atá ríghdhacht
Mesopotanía sínti sair co sruth Tighir, Maund. 234 . srotha
30. . . sinte suaiti sothoirsech, Lism. L. 3659 (`extended').
(b) laid low, overthrown, prostrate : is triana cin atá sund | in
tarbech s. ¤ [i] comlund, TFerbe 260 . dorindi sé breid sínti
saraighthi don Afraicc uli `reduced A. to a prostrate and
devastated waste
', St. Ercuil 1390 . slaod-óglaoich s. ¤ seac-
35mharbha, TSh. 6616 .
The sense is not clear in the follg. exx.: s. ¤ a srón seólta ioná
duana dámh, Hackett xxi 37 . Oilléan Carrún laglúb líomhtha
léir | foiléim ainiúil teacht dúinn s. ¤ léi, xxxi 2 .

2 sínte verb. of necess. of sínid. to be offered : ag so an chlann is
40clann dáríribh, | riu so is s. ¤ súgh do chíoch, Keat. Poems 1338 .

síntech adj(síned) (a) prolonged, drawn out : teinnes ger . . . ┐ gan
a beith rosintech (= non durans diu), Rosa Ang. 332.21 . an
uair shéidfeas sé an stoc go sínteac[h], Exod. xix 13 .
(b) aggressive : in lann . . . luath-shintech (`quick-striking'),
45 MR 300.8 . sladach síntioch sáruightheach, ITS v 2.x .

siocair n f. cause, reason, occasion : do bhéarthá s. ¤ ┐ sompla
dhot uile chomhursuin fá aithris do dhéanamh ort, Desid.
3505 . nách ttuga mé féin s. ¤ pheacaidh d'éinneach, 2130 .
gumadh s. ¤ a mholadh lé daoinibh eile do tharruing do chum
50maithiosa, 767 . s. ¤ do dhoctúiribh na Heaglaisi do chum
fírinne an sgrioptúir . . . d'fhoillsioghadh, 3787 . siocra na
bpeacadh do shecahna (sic), Mac Aingil 2.z . ag cuimhnioghadh
ar a phecadhuibh do reir gach siocra da raibhe aige, Parrth.
Anma 340.3 . tar gach s. ¤ ar son Éamuinn beyond every (other)
55 reason for É.'s sake, Hackett xliv 45 . fa s. ¤ chum suain damh
suathadh seanma an laoigh, xlix 8 . créd í an tṡiocair pecaidh
dho bhí aige, O'Hussey T.C. 209.17 . do thug s. ¤ . . . do naimh-
dibh Dé, a Ainm naomhtha do mhaslughadh, Donlevy xvii 24 .

síogda adj io, iā (? 1 síd or 2 síd) fairy-like (?), calm, peaceful (?):
60 le láimh-fhreastal sámh-ghasta síoghda, Keat. Poems 866 .
aonráith Dá Thí na ráith ríoghdha | is í mo sháith shíoghdha
shuairc, Hackett xliv 24 . a cheann síoghdha fód na féile, 39 .

síoguide xsee sídaige.

síolatóir n i,m. (síl) a sower : do chúaidh síoladóir amach do
65chur ṡíl, Matth. xiii 3 . cosamhlachd an tsioladóra, ib. 18 .

siomsóg n wood-sorrel (?): gabh . . . freamha samhuidh ┐ siom-
soga ┐ samhadh fearna, 23 K 42, 407.14 . Cf. Dinneen s.v.
siomsán .

1 síon xsee 1 sían.

70 2 síon xsee sín.

Sïón pn(Lat. Sīōn-) o ? Sione, infra, a Latin formation. Zion
(usually in its application to Heaven): in faith dé dé de Sión
sudioth . . . .i. . . . in faith Dé ro suidestar for deis in Sioin
nemdai, LU 575 (ACC). fordon-snaidfe Sione .i. ron snáidfe
75co sliab Sion nó co Sion nemda `who will convoy us to Zion',
RC xx 414 § 140 (ACC). ni suail snadud Sione co archaṅgel
hEil .i. . . . ni suail in snadud co Dia na narchaṅgel, Rawl.
106b26 . `sión' cathoir nua nimhe, Met. Gl. 27 § 36 . go Sliabh
Si-óin (: lóin), DDána 20.1 . sí-ón .i. cathair nimhe, O'Cl.

80 sionnsa xsee síansa.

siopa n(Eng. shop) a shop : s. ¤ potecaire, Mac Aingil 398.5 .

Sior n(Eng. Sir): S. ¤ Risdeard, TD 17.32 . S. ¤ Feidlim Ua Nēill,
Cín Lae Ó Meall. 5.14 .

siota n(`ultimately a doublet of giota; cf. Lat. iota, Eng. jot . . .',
85O'Rahilly) a trifle: n pl. minneithe nó siotuidhe eile bhíos gan
fheidhm, Desid. 2510 . an S. ¤ is a Mháthair, see Dinneen, s.v.