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? saigthe adj[io, iā] a tir . . . | ata saidbri saigthi `whose wicked
ones are wealthy
' (?), Fél. Prol. 162 (saigthe, saigte v.ll.;
85: praidchi). do Idas saeigti `wicked I.', TTebe 2467 (= impro-
bus I., Theb. vi 644 ). Stokes Fél. Gloss. suggests = saichte,
cf. saich and saiche, but perh. conn. with saigid, cf. saigthige.
? fri sasad sluagda s. ¤ , SR 155 .

saigthech adj o, ā (2 saigid) (a) aggressive ; as subst. m. aggressor,
invader : s. ¤ do cath, LU 3400 ( SC 18 ). rop sobraig, rop s. ¤ , Tec.
5Corm. 6.5 . sétrech cech s. ¤ , 15.25 (sathach, saithech, v.ll.). a
maic saigthig soailte, Ériu i 118 § 8 = Comp. Con C. 14.5 .
cach slúag nach s. ¤ bíd secc, Met. Dinds. iii 24.319 . ní gnath
co menic nach s. ¤ cen sírdecair an aggressor is seldom without
constant vicissitudes
, Alex. 639 . roptar saigthecha . . . a
10shlúaig, LL 227a9 ( TTr. 724 ). cocad saegtech setrech, Cog.
100.25 .
(b) legal persistent in suing; a claimant, pursuant : cet[h]rar
di saightiuch cona aitiri oc saigid, Anecd. iii 24.21 . raith
seitrech . . . raith fial saightech choitsech, O'Don. 573 ( H. 3.17,
15 442 ). suable, liable to be sued : saightech cach fine, Laws iv
242.11 , .i. apadh ┐ troscadh foraibh, 20 Comm . saighteach
gach eranntach, gach fine, O'C. 2539 ( Eg. 88, 45a ).

saigthenach adj o, ā (saigthin) aggressive : seacht mic soighthean-
nacha Shigir, ML 130.28 . cath sanntach saigt[h]enach, ML²
20 1186 . dochuadhaisi go sotal soightenach, ZCP x 283.13 .

saigthetu xsee saichdetu.

saigthi verbal of nec. of saigid: i[s] soighthi dia mbe inna
eolus; no is saighthi dia mbe i n-aineolus `it is to be sought out',
Auraic. 660 = soigti . . . saigti, 3274 .

25 saigthige n iā,f. (saigthech) aggressiveness, claim : ri s. ¤ a ríge ┐ a
flaithiusa for ferannaib in talman, LL 218a1 ( TTr. 69 ). a
sōere, a ssaidbri, a saigt[h]ige, Ériu iv 162.7 . tar éissi du airm
┐ du shaigdige, Trip.² 1764 . adcota sóire soigthige, RC xlv 15
§ 30 = LL 345b10 (Senbriathra Fíthal) `freedom begets aggres-
30siveness
' (saíthe, soichlidi, v.ll.). ? a suit at law: as meise cacha
saigte[c]he for aitiri `in every suit a hostage is to be adjudged (?)',
Cáin Ad. 39 (saigtighe, v.l.).

saigthin n f.Mid.Ir. vn. of saigid (cf. 2 saigid and saigin). act of
approaching, going towards, seeking ; usually after prep. DO as
35in do shaigid, towards : teit Cú dia saigtin, LU 5874 ( TBC²
1405 ). tecait uli dia s. ¤ ind eich, LU 2952 . áes feig . . . do chor
i n-óenfecht dia saichthin, 6145 ( TBC² 1658 ). no ro curtis do
saichtin Con Roí, LU 8556 ( FB 41 ). roithid do shaighthin
cecha popail isin oirrthiur `go to every people', CCath 1353 .
40 nacham-togha sa dot shoighthin it is not my (own) choice to
encounter thee
(?), ZCP viii 551.15 (H. 2.17, TBC) = TBC
p. 241 n. 10 , where Wind. translates `ich habe keine Wahl (?)
dich aufzusuchen'. do shoich lé shoighthin tuirse | cloich
oirthir na heagailse `in his fit of sorrow he reaches . . .' (with
45wearisome progress, advance
?), A. Ó Dálaigh l 24 .

saigtiúirthe adj (saigteóir) [io, iā] soldierly : senridire saigdiūirthe
Saxanach, Fl. Earls 52.z .

sail n k,f. IGT Decl. § 193 . I (a) a willow, sallow, somet. an
osier: s. ¤ gl. salix, Sg. 69a3 . s. ¤ .i. sofillti í ar a māithi, Corm.
50Y 1190 . salcuait . . . .i. caill mór di shailig bí and, Corm. 41 =
coill mór do salcetain (= salicetum), Corm. Y 1157 . in t-en
gaires asin tshail, IT iii 47.3 . gat salach `an osier withe', Laws
i 174.10 Comm . i mmuine shailech, AU 1167 (ii 156.22) .
duilleoga soilech, Rosa Ang. 100.6 . crannu . . . amail tsailich,
55 Anecd. i 69 § 168 (= amal shailig, ZCP xi 159 ). One of the
athaig feda (`plebeian trees'): athaig fedha .i. fern, s. ¤ , bethi,
etc., Auraic. 1154 . Laws iv 146.24 . See also (b) infra. ná loisc
sailig sáir, SG 245.24 . maith a shoil ghlan grinn | maith a
iubhar, Buile S. 70.18 . gual soileach, ITS i 64.17 . a harp made
60of willow
: i nglotuin géag ngallshaileach, DDána 85.45 .
(b) name of the letter s, the fourth letter in the Ogham alphabet:
s. ¤ in ogaim, BB 309a39 . forsail .i. s. ¤ fair, Auraic. 813 (see
forsail). cech bfaili i mbia s. ¤ rie tinne is sdraiph is sgripta and
wherever s precedes t, 2899 . soil, IGT Introd. § 4 , Verbs § 93 .
65? In n.loc.: itir na Sailiu (for Sailgiu?) Imdoirchi i crīch
Conailli, TBC² 858 = im sailibh (sailgibh?) im dortaibh, TBC
p. 191 n. 10 , cf. 193 n. 5 .
See sailech.
II (a) beam, joist, plank : notheilgidís forru . . . sailge ┐
70cláradu ┐ dromclai ┐ ochtaige na ngríanán, TTr.² 1867 . ro
coraighid cláraigh ┐ sailghi . . . ina srethaibh, CCath. 1812 .
focichsiter solaig .i. ceimnigfider fo sailgib inna [n]eclas, RC
xxvi 38.194 , 39 n. 2 = for sailgib na n-eclas, LL 188b24 .
sailghe saille props of bacon, Aisl. MC 37.19 . ceithre croinn do
75choisrig Dia | sailghe droichid Mic Mairia, DDána 23.12 . an
lucht báttar imó bhun [an chaisléin] ag cur sás ┐ sailghedh
fris, FM v 1846.3 . do shailgibh, do shonnaibh, vi 2028.18 .
ro bui s. ¤ arrachta tarrsna os cinn urlair in tseomra, ZCP vi
297.5 . ro marb se na tri fichit gilla . . . le s. ¤ . . . ro bui fo
80chosuibh na himdha(i)dh, 287.17 . ro thogaibh a lamh don ts. ¤
iarnaidhi `the iron staff' (a weapon), St. Ercuil 1211 . geadh
fada re s. ¤ mo sheasamh . . . gan béilfhliuchadh `by the counter'
(of public house), Ó Bruad. ii 28.13 . Fig. an ts. ¤ ann do shúil
féin, Matth. vii 4 . do ghéubha tú s. ¤ ad tshúil féin, Mac Aingil
85 71.5 .
(b) of persons a prop, support(er) (cf. sab): Laogaire, Corc,
Dāire . . . | nāi sailgi sin Senchuis Mōir, Corm. Y 970 = sailge,
Corm. 32.6 = sailgi, Laws i 4.12 . atiad andso naoi sailghe
fothaightheacha lasa ndearnadh indsin, FM i 132.13 . sailghe
fothaightheacha do sheanchas Eríonn, MS. Mat. 555.13 (of
5same). saìlge neirt, Gleanings 30 § 8 (of descendants of
Eochaidh Muighmheadhón).