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85 siúcra n m.(Fr. sucre) sugar : siūcra geal, RSláinte 1490 . mil ┐
siūcra (sucra, v.l.), 6445 . siucra rosicda `sugar of roses', Rosa
Ang. 38.1 . dogniter fledha leo do shiucra ┐ righle, Marco P.
187 . siucra, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 41.20 .

siúit (? Eng. suit) As quasi-vn. pleading : ag siūit lessin pāpa,
Fl. Earls 142.10 .

5 siul xsee sul.

siúl xsee seól.

sium xsee som.

siun xsee sen.

siur n r,f. Initial, when lenited, f- or ph-, see Thurn. Gramm.
10 § 132 : a fiur , Trip.² 136 . do phethar , LU 4893 . Dissyllabic in
O.Ir., see Fél. Dec. 14 and July 6 . The u- is lengthened in
early Mod.Ir.: shiúr (: iúl), Dán Dé xii 24 . n s. siur, Wb. 10b4 .
sur, Mon. Tall. 60 (149.10) . siúr, Irish Texts i 26 § 9 . a ṡiúar ,
Ériu v 82.22 . a s. siair, Trip.² 141 . a fíair , LU 10608 . a fier ,
15 Ériu vii 144 § 21 . g s. sethar, Corm. Y 959 . SR 3066 . na
sethar , LU 10321 . Laws i 154.14 Comm . seathrach, Keat. ii
5293 . d s siair, Trip.² 775 . TSh. 9486 . n p. sethir, Fél. Sept. 30 .
sethra, ib. 48.9 . seithir, Triads 206 . sethracha, ib. 136 . Trip.
ii 432.11 . g p. sethrach, Ériu v 82.24 . seathrach, seathar, IGT
20 Decl. § 32.8 . d p sethraib, Fél. Aug. 30 . n du. a di fíer , Trip.²
196 . dí fieir , LU 6653 . na dí phiair , SR 7467 . da siar , Rawl.
73b left marg. a du. a di fieir , Trip.² 200 . See also IGT
Decl. § 32 .
(a) a sister : s. ¤ et brathir, Wb. 10b4 . s. ¤ máthar gl. matertera,
25 Sg. 61a22 . s. ¤ athar gl. ámita, 61a20 . Muire ┐ Martha . . . | is iat
sethra Lastairí, Fél. 48.9 . na tri braithriu . . . cona siair,
Trip.² 775 . fecht do P. ┐ dia fiair oc ingaire caírech, 134 . s. ¤
a nomine soror latine , Corm. Y 1188 . [n]ia .i. mac sethar, 959 .
na dí phiair . . . | Lia . . . ┐ Rachíal, SR 7467 . dí fieir . . .
30máthair Dubthaig ┐ Doche, LU 6653 (TBC). Conchobar . . . ┐
a fiur Deichtine, 10563 (= a siur, IT i 136.22 , Eg.). mo
mathair isí mo fiur, Goid. 93.30 ( Lib. Hymn. 16.26 ). siúr
Patraicc (gl. Darerca), Gorm. March 22 gl. 1 . nech dogni
etrad contra . . . a ingin no a fier, Ériu vii 144 § 21 . ba maith
35mo ṡé sethracha, v 82.26 . orba niad .i. fearand gormeic .i.
meic seatar, Laws iv 290.8 Comm . caraidh siúr cen co ccar-
thar, Buile Ṡ. 56.4 (a proverb). do bhí fuath . . . ag A. ar a
shiair Tamar, TSh. 9486 .
(b) in a wider sense, female relation, kinswoman : ba s. ¤ side
40cobnesta do Martan, Trip. ii 414.2 . ata s. ¤ foccus do Sir G. and,
D iv 2, 71vb25 . Muire ógh 's a dá shiair sin | ag coimhéad
cuirp an Dúilimh, Dán Dé xx 36 . Elisabet, do ṡíur `cousin',
Luke i 36 . Metaph.: siúr na gcnó gciull (sic) (of a dead pig),
Irish Texts i 26 § 9 .
45(c) in spiritual sense: s. ¤ Maire máre, Fél. July 6 (gl. .i.
uirgo fuit sicut Maria, 166.24 ). atsaigtis ar sethir `whom our
sisters used to visit
', Fél. Sept. 30 . In particular of the Blessed
Virgin: ríg ro ucc ar s. ¤ `whom our Sister brought forth', ib.
Dec. 14 . Mac ar Sethar, IGT Verbs ex. 685 . éinmhic ar
50seathar, DDána 2.4 . luighid an t-óg 's an sean le ar siair |
más eadh as áil, PBocht 2.5 .
(d) gramm. s. ¤ dísbeagaidh feminine diminutive in -óg: siúr
dísbeagaidh fuileóg, sálóg, feadóg, máológ, IGT Introd. 27
§ 115 .
55Compds. setharoircnid gl. sororicida, Sg. 13a1 . siur-
marbtach gl. sororicida, Ir. Gl. 320 .
Cf. deirbshiur.

siurnat n[f.] dimin. of siur. s. ¤ gl. sororcula, Sg. 46b2 .

siurtaidecht n[ā,f.] fornication : siurtuidheacht, Carsw. 48.13 .
60 Cf. `siurtachd concubinage', and `siurtach (al. siursach) a
harlot, prostitute . . ., concubine
', O'R.

siurtán n o,m. rattle, clatter : ag éisteacht re siurdán cloig, Oss.
iii 230.11 . is iongna . . . | . . . | nach gcosgann tu iad ar ṡiurdán
(of the psalm-singing and bell-ringing clerics), 272.15 . `siurdan
65(sic) tattle, prate, idle talk', O'R.

siurtánaid v ā rattles : siurdánuigh an bolgán soighead na
aghaidh `rattleth', Job xxxix 23 .

siút xsee sút.

sla?: ind furri a dó sechtmogat s. ¤ | d'aran remúir nemdesctha,
70 SR 4351 .

1 slab n mud, mire : berid búar slaib fri sliab `up the mountain-
side kine take with them mud
', Four Songs 10 § 5 . peirse beacht
dá brat ag sraoilleadh | lé 'san ts. ¤ le drab is ríobull, ZCP v
206.52 (Mid. Court). trí s. ¤ go gluine ┐ uisge go cramáin, GJ ii
75306a51 .

? 2 slab: ind dith slabrae s. ¤ comdetae (rhetoric), LL 119b46 (= dith
slabre slabir coindith (comdith?, Ed.), O'Mulc. 429 ). s. ¤ .i.
cumang, Met. Gl. 32 § 4 . See slabar.

slabar adj o, ā narrow : slabrad .i. slabar-īad .i. īadad cumang .i.
80s. ¤ cach cumang, eslabar .i. cach fairsing, Corm. Y 1153 .
eslabar .i. slabrad oss labar (leg. ó's slabar, Ed.) .i. cumang,
eslabar didiu fairsing o bronnad, inde gigas dicit dith slabre
clabir coindith (comdith?), O'Mulc. 429 (= dith slabrae slab
comdetae, LL 119b46 ). torc nach slabhar .i. nach cumang
85(B. na f.), ZCP v 485 § 3 (wrongly explained as `fairsing', ib.
488 § 6 ).
As subst.: ná rabur sel i slabraib `lest I be for awhile in
straits
', Ériu vi 114 § 2 .