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sirthech adj o, ā (siriud) given to raiding or plundering, predatory;
given to wandering: Saúl slan serblonn s. ¤ , SR 6372 . trí badhba
sirthacha siublacha, Comp. Con C. 80.18 . na trí mná síor-
thacha sál-ḟada searbh-ghlóracha, ML 122.15 . macaom
sluaghach, s. ¤ , Lism. L. 3365 . fear . . . siorthach . . . sír-
5shiubhlach ` searchful ', CRR² 16 . Oscar . . . sirtheach,
siubhlach, Ó Bruad. iii 146.5 .

sirthechán n[o, m.] (sirthech) a wanderer : as me Suibhni
sirtheachán, | luath reithim tar glenn, Buile Ṡ. 80.9 .

sirtheórach adj o, ā (cf. sirid?) wandering, straying; marauding :
10 sluaigh sirteoraigh, SG 24.7 . As subst. in t-ellach lenas
duine cen chet do . . . .i. na sirthoraigh bid ag siredh aiti
. . . tar in crich, O'Dav. 1407 .

sirthu xsee next.

1 sirti?: n in sirti ui, one of the eight classes of `dáerbard': it é
15anmand na ndóerbard .i. culbard . . . ┐ cromluatha ┐ sirti ui,
IT iii 5.y . (serthu, serthiu, sirthu, v.ll.), IT iii 110 § 5 .
? To this: bidh būadach ainm M'Íde, | mebais for sluag
sirde (: mBrighti (g s.)), ZCP x 343 § 7 .

2 sirti?: ind mo dá brattán cen terbba | cengta fri srotha sirti, |
20cen caingin is cen chinta | biat aingil impu inti, Trip.² 1286 ,
glossed: ceangta fri srotha sirrda .i. . . . snámat inaghaid
srotha siublach, Trip. ii 676.25 . Plummer MS. notes suggests
`against the streams of Syrtis (?)'. Cf. srotha . . . sirbrena
[sírthe sinte . . . sothoirsech], Lism. L. 3659 .

25 sis?: ind arna raib dígal for slóig, | a díbad for s. ¤ Saóil, SR 6744
(emended to s[é]is by Stokes, Acad. xxiv 31 ). i lleth fri Egipt
ar s. ¤ | Libia chaem cirinensis, Rawl. 78a43 .

sís adv. of motion ( Thurn. Gr. § 483 ). (a) down, downwards :
is s. ¤ berair anisiu, Ml. 80c7 . procliuitatis (nó súas) . . . decliui-
30tatis (nó sís), KZ xxix 373.12 . denúas dotiagar hisa tech . . . |
sis iar suidiu . . . | dotiagar ass, Thes. ii 292.20 ( Ml. Poems II ).
o muilind sis (of a river), Laws iv 220.4 Comm . bertair suas
co firmimint . . . telciter s. ¤ i fudamain iffir[n]d, LU 2203 .
tollécet a lláma s. ¤ , 8995 (H). telcid s. ¤ na seólo, BDD² 434 .
35 sech a adbrond sis, TBC 902 . ic tindsaitin a fola sell s. ¤ , 686 .
tabar mo chenn s. ¤ ┐ mo chossa suas, PH 1888 . telcem gnusi
ses .i. co lar, LB 261b41 (?: bēs). broit . . . o slindenaib sis,
TTebe 1528 . d'éis an bháis ní bhéara sibh-se | síos fan dtal-
mhain . . . | buar ná cuaigh ná earradh óir, DDána 43.5 .
40 troigh síos nocha deachaidh dhíbh `the amount of these terms
has not decreased by a single step
', Aithd. D. 31.8 . uaidh síos
(of position at table), TD 9.12 . an ghrian ar ndul siar is síos di,
Keat. Poems 877 . ní racha a ghlóir síos leis (neque descendet
cum eo gloria eius), TSh. 2826 . an tan do luighmid síos, Donlevy
45 400.11 . sgríobhadh síos, madh is duine leiteardha, 322.1 .
gur féidir ré leinibh . . . rioth síos agus suas, ib. vii 1 .
téit sís, do-icc sís intervenes, mediates : in fer edrana coit-
cinde do chuaid sis `the impartial man who interferes between
them
', Laws iii 238.22 Comm . (cf. ib. 15 and . . . tainic [sis],
50 236.24 Comm . ). gealladh dol síos ar ar son, DDána 21.20 .
im chéid-theacht síos, Content. xiv 55 .
cuirid sís sets forth, relates, describes : na comharthadha . . .
do chor síos ann so, TSh. 1550 . a smuaineadh . . . do chur
síos go hathchumair do'n tsagart (in confession), Eochairsg.
55 92.35 . air na míniughadh ┐ air na cur síos go leathadach,
Donlevy 60.7 . is i an Ghaoidheilg . . . is coitchinne do cuireadh
síos ann, ib. xxii 15 .
(b) northwards : ní rach síos ó Chruachain Chuinn | 's nach
thíos uathaibh do anfuinn, DDána 88.35 . da leanmain tar
60sliabh síos, FM iv 710.12 .
(c) in some exx. the idea of motion is considerably attenu-
ated: leth bis sis de do cur suas de (of a cloak), Laws i 300.18
Comm . co n-accae in slóg s. ¤ úad, MU² 954 . co tuc in leth ro
boí s. ¤ d'Hérind do Thúaith Dé Danann et in leth aile do
65Maccaib Míled, 5 . do chrochais is a cheann síos | Peadar
apsdal, DDána 50.16 . abair iad mar atáid síos is an tsoisgeul,
Donlevy 200.17 . síos ┐ suas air feadh an leabhair-se, ib. v 15 .
In late texts somet. lenited = thís: cosamhlacht aoin-neithe
. . . dá bhfuil air neamh shuas, no air talamh shíos, ib. 56.y .
70(d) in referring to what follows in writing, below; onwards,
throughout : is báile inso s. ¤ as incertus `this below is a place that
is
incertus', Thes. ii 45.11 ( Ardm. 11a2 ). beím foris inso s. ¤ uile
`all this below is a recapitulation', Wb. 25c18 . ithé gními
epscuip asmbeir s. ¤ , 28b20 . forsaní as né silias ┐ as né taceas
75trachtid anisiu s. ¤ , Ml. 48a6 . issí immurgu in chiall hua aliter s. ¤
from 'aliter' onwards, 101c6 - 7 . foxlidi tres diil inso s. ¤ , `these
below are ablatives of the third declension
', Sg. 104b1 . incipit
cain tsaorrthadh ind so sis (heading of tract), Laws ii 194.1 .
asbert som in laid seo s. ¤ , IT i 131.23 . debethi guilbneach
80recomarcach sis inso, MacCarthy 132.1 . cesad Stephain in-sin
anuas: do fáillsiugud a chuirp so sis, PH 1482 . is . . . ar a
ghnéithibh laibheóram san trácht so síos, TSh. 30 . mar sin s. ¤
in aimser sin so throughout (is) this tense, IGT Verbs § 1
(p. 168.10) . ionnus go mbí an cédphecadh 'na chúis 'gan dara
85pecadh, ┐ an dara pecadh . . . 'na chúis 'gan treas pecadh, ┐
mar sin síos, Mac Aingil 57.10 .
(e) of time, on, onwards: go meadhón gach laoi ┐ . . . assin
síos from that on, CF Eg. 345 .