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75 síthal n ā,f. (Lat. situla) The form sítheal occurs in Mid.
and E.Mod.Ir. but is condemned in IGT Decl. § 37.7 . a
vessel for drawing water, a bucket : síthal gl. situla, Tur. 109 .
sithal, losat ┐ criathar (in a list of household goods), Laws v
406.17 . i fuillem a sithla, 412.9 Comm . a sithail uma no
80airgit, 412.7 Comm . aine trenege .i. sithla trebeannaigi .i.
sithal umha sea ┐ sithal craind tuas, 412.4 Comm . sithal, ar
i[s] sithladh in lenda donither aca dail, O'C. 103 ( H. 3.18,
p. 69 ). án .i. sithal no soithech asa n-ebhar uisce na srothan,
. . . dona flathaib ica srethnaighther sithla for na sruthanaib,
85 O'Dav. 119 . creitir .i. sīthal nō ardig nō tulchuba, Corm. Y
392 . ro gab ṡíothal ubhall `a basinful of apples', TFrag. 202.17 .
sithal aici a sil sugh subh | as dogníedh a blai dhubh, SG
111.24 . sitheal gl. situla, Ir. Gl. 241 . géill fa ṡíthlaibh óir ghá
n-iumchar | ag ríghraidh fóid Almhan, IGT Decl. ex. 955
(= Studies 1920, 418.1 ). rosiacht an techtaire dochum na
5tibra ┐ tuc a sithil uan usci, TTebe 48 . gabais Gúaire in sithil
sláin | is teid lé d'iarraidh ḟuaráin, Duan. Finn i 44.z . cuiris
Guaire . . | in síthil fan sruth, 45.3 .
Fig. a body (? B. na f.): coisle fiamoin for siothloibh (glossed:
corpaibh), Hard. ii 294.12 (from which probably: sitheal .i.
10corp, for siothlaibh .i. ar chorpaibh, O'Cl. ). Cf. sithlach .i.
corp no taisi, O'Mulc. 855 .

sithalta adj long-jointed (?), long-shafted (?): méra sēta s. ¤ (`long
slender fingers
'), Aisl. MC 97.16 (`transparent', Gloss.). saignena
secta sithalta, BB 240a50 . ? To this: ina saeb-shluagaib . .
15sithalta, MR 230.18 .

síthalta part. of síthlaid, see also síthóilte. filtered, strained,
sifted, clarified, purified (used of liquids and of snow): snechta
sithalta ac snigi, TBC 5046 . taitnem snechtai . . . ṡithalta,
LL 237b47 (TTr.). usce sommblasta s. ¤ do dhig, Alex. 868 . mo
20lōr dona lendaib senaib sīthaltai, Aisl. MC 83.12 .

síthán xsee sídán.

síthbe n io,m. (earlier n.: n s. sithbi n-anart, SR 4284 ). By
metath.: d p. sibthib, CRR 56 . (a) a pole, shaft, rod or ridge;
especially, a chariot pole: sibhe .i. slat, O'C. 582 ( H. 3.18,
25 p. 289 ). gníthi on drumslait immach | sithbi n-anart n-
ildathach, SR 4284 . carpat fidgrind . . . síthfe find forargit
cret aurard drésachtach, LU 8634 ( FB 47 ). s. ¤ find findairgit
co fethaín findruine, 10215 (Tochm. Em.). sithbi in carpaid
sechnach inn eich, IT ii2242.15 (sithue in charpuit sethnu ind
30eich, v.l.). tri meic Sídbi ┐ Cuingi (of three famous charioteers),
LU 7595 . In a proverbial phr.: rop é in s. ¤ óir dar in clar
findruini síl Aeda Slani dar Bregmag, 4269 . bidh é in sithbe
findbruine darsin clár ōir (of the river Boann), Anecd. ii 2.8 .
(b) a pin or brooch : sithbi isin brutt ósa brunni, LL 231a45
35(TTr.).
(c) a ridge (of earth): sithbe .i. druim talman fota, Fél. 186.y ,
gloss on entry for Aug. 19 q.v., infra (e) (also glossed: .i. line
na naem, Thr. Ir. Gl. 135 ). roinnfitir tria thomthaigi | sithbe
na slébi slemun, SR 8214 . ? As n. loc.: Domhnall . . . do
40mharbhadh hi maidhm Sithbe lá a dherbrathair, FM ii 894.12
(in ALC i 64.2 taken as adj. and translated `a memorable
defeat
', see below). for thócht sensaille co sīthfi dar a lār
`a streak', Aisl. MC 9.20 .
(d) by transf. a leader, a chieftain : Mochtae mór, maith
45sithbe, Fél. Aug. 19 . sithfi .i. taisech, ut est án cach slogh
segar sithfí .i. is fir lium insaighidh do gach taoisech, O'Dav.
1485 . sithbhe .i. taisech, ut est focen mac Subaltaim sithbhe
cruaidh catha, 1461 . sīthbe Cerbaill (cerbull, MS.) for a
chūairt, | nībtar dermaill a dī dōit, Corm. Y 398 . ric in sithbi
50(.i. in toisech) sithlas mag, RC xx 144.23 = in sithbe (.i. in
dúan) sitlas mag, LU 415 (ACC) (hence sithbhe .i. duan, O'Cl. ).
s. ¤ sigidi eich doríadat séotu, LU 9253 . for ar sithbe ba hecairc,
ZCP viii 333.14 (Laud Gen.). sithbhe .i. taoiseach, O'Cl.
Note also: mordehe sithbe sluagid allmure, ZCP viii 306.13
55(Laud Gen., rhetoric).
(e) mistakenly taken as a compound of sith- and béo:
sithbe .i. sithbeo, Lec. Gl. 135 . sithbhe .i. sithbeo .i. fota a
clu, O'Dav. 1461 (gloss on: Mochta mor maith sithbhe, Fél.
Aug. 19 .i. saeghal Mochta). sithbhe .i. sithbhéo .i. fod
60saoghail, O'Cl.

síthboth ind(? 2 síd+both): sithboth .i. teach sighe, teach righ,
O'C. 120 ( H. 3.18, p. 74 ).

síthcháin n(1 síd+1 cáin) (a) peace, a state of peace, a compact
of peace : sith no si[th]chain, O'Dav. 323 . pax .i. sithchain,
65 Auraic. 4221 . techtairecht síthchána o Conchubar, IT ii2
126 n. 1 . do foccradh sithcháin Érenn leis, Cog. 136.23 . re
linn síothchana is sochra `in the time of peace and prosperity',
MS. Mat. 568.9 . dorindi[u]s siachāin friot an tan do mharbhus
h'atha[i]r, Feis TC 107 . cona craeb ola . . . mur chomartha
70sídchána itir Día ┐ na dáei[ni], Maund. 10 . comhairleach
cogaidh . . . | ceann síothchána `counsellor in war, chief in
peace
', TD 9.52 . iarrfuid snadhmadh síothchána `a treaty of
peace
', 16.28 . 16.4 . d'ḟior chogaidh comhailtear síothcháin
(a proverbial saying), 16.1 . lucht na siothchána do dhenamh,
75 Matth. v 9 (cf. lucht dheunta na síothchána, Donlevy 202.8 ).
sicháin maille ribh (Jesus's greeting to disciples), John xx 21 .
gan muinnteardhas nā síothcháin do dhéanamh riú, Desid.
6393 . ó taoi-se ar shíothcháin an ríogh `since you are trusting
to the king's peace
', Content. xxvii 17 . go raibhe ar tí síoth-
80chána do cheangal ris an mbás, TSh. 3834 . do-rinne síoth-
cháin ┐ cáirdios eaturra, PCT 349 .
(b) atonement : mona tucair lá sa lá do sídchaind do droch-
gním do día, de Contemptu 548 . saicrifís . . . a síothcháin ar
bpeacadh, Desid. 4971 . iodhbarthar [corp Criosd] . . . a
85siothchain ar bpeacad[h], Luc. Fid. 247.y .

? síthchaire: ind cech duine nod chluined, ba leór síthchaire (lór
sithcuirid, v.l.) ┐ airfitiud (airfided, oirfitigh, v.ll.) doib (of the
andord mac n-Usnig), IT i 72.7 ( Lg. 8 ). ? = sídchaire.