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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 .

slabir xsee 2 slab.

slabrad n ā,f. Also o,m. (slabar) (a) a chain : s. ¤ gl. catena, Sg.
5 57a8 . s. ¤ .i. slabar-īad .i. īadad cumang, Corm. Y 1153 . secht
slabraid úriairn, MU² 813 . teora sústa iarnae cona secht
slabradaib tredúalchaib cona secht cendphartaib iarndaib i
cind cecha slabraidi, BDD² 1271 - 3 . a scíath . . . co slabraduib
sníthi sesmacha senairgit, Fianaig. 86.1 . sciath . . . co n-a
10slabraig, LL 189b6 . a raibhe o slabhradh na comhladh
asteach, FM v 1638.14 . Fig. slabrada tentide imma medón,
LU 2173 . slabrudh diar snādhudh sāeghul `this life [is] a
chain to bind (?) us
', ZCP vi 264 § 12 . fuil na slabhradh ón chígh,
Dán Dé xxvii 6 . Attrib. g s. pilér slabraidh `a chain-shot',
15 O'Gr. Cat. 565.24 .
(b) chain across the entrance of a habour : refidh rodaingni ┐
slabraidh imgarba . . . dar in muincinn muiridhi . . . ┐ cind na
s. ¤ sin i cuibriuch . . . do cairgib in murraisc, CCath. 2657 - 8 .
do chuireadur slabhraidh ettorra do chosg a' locha, Cín Lae
20Ó Meall. 40.20 .
(c) a fetter, shackle : risin id [.i.] risin s. ¤ , Laws i 106.20 Comm .
is ara precept attósa i sslabrid, Wb. 23a2 . tarslaic Petrum a
slabreid (: amreid), Thes. ii 304.1 ( Hy. i ). s. ¤ for chimig, Laws
v 484.5 . in glas ┐ in gemel ┐ in s. ¤ , O'C. 2385 ( Eg. 88, 30a ). do
25ḟuaslugad a carat a glas no s. ¤ , Laws ii 378.22 Comm . gan
tracht mbuinn | i slabhradh, TD 9.24 .
(d) a dog-chain : .x. soda soleicdi asa slabraduib findruine
`ten bitches easily loosed from their leashes of findruine', Ériu ii
3.14 . ran-íurussa im trí noí con . . . ina slabradaib airgdigib,
30 BDD² 274 . secht mílchoin i slabradaib argait, TBFr. 33 .
guth seanchon ar slabhradh, IT iii 96.4 . sinand .i. s. ¤ con
Nuadat, O'Mulc. 843 .
(e) a neck-chain, necklace : a mmuinde .i. muince nó s. ¤ gl. col-
larium, Sg. 35a6 . muince .i. slabhradh, O'Cl. sīn .i. muince,
35 ut est sin Morainn. Sindon (= sīn dono) .i. s. ¤ , O'Mulc. 842 .
muince airccide imma bragait fodeissin ┐ slaprad di ór orlaisci,
RC iii 345.24 . muinceadha no slabhradha óir fá bhrághdibh
na n-uasal, Keat. ii 2045 . FM i 52.8 .

slabradach adj o, ā (slabrad) having chains, fitted with chains : cīa
40robris co tenn in cath | for Sílén seng s. ¤ , ZCP xiii 5.19 . sgíath
. . . slabhradach, ML² 1708 . brosgar na sleagh . . . slabhra-
dhach, CRR 94.9 . cathbarr slemon slabradhach, TTebe 3741 .
ar cúl an chroinn tslabhradhuigh (of a harp), Mann. and Cust.
iii 273.32 . manais breifnech ina laim .i. s. ¤ , O'C. 1294 ( H. 3.18,
45 538a ).
As subst.: mac allmurdhaigh ni fhagaib | an slabradhaigh
síodhamhail no son of a foreigner shall get the tranquillising
stringed one
(of a harp), Mann. and Cust. iii 273.31 .

slabrae, slaibre n(slabar) iā,f. `res definita, restricta' Ascoli p.
50275 . (a) stock (usually of cattle): it séoit bóṡlabra[e] direnatar
dó `chattles of kine' (Gloss.), Críth Gabl. 120 . e(i)rrech di
ṡe(i)scslabrai `requisition of dry stock', 562 . tarb for slabra,
Laws i 126.6 .i. i n-aimsir dara, 144.4 Comm . olc sén uare ar
dotbi | aithechthuathi dia ṡlabrai (slabri, v.l.) `when a vassal
55of the country cut thee
(i.e. a holly tree) for his cattle', Mór M. 11 .
ropo imdegail cacha slabra dún eter mag ┐ tech, LU 5025
(TBC). conidmbertadar cosa na slabra triasin talmain so that
the feet of the cattle drove him through the ground
, TBC² 1358 .
ferr sochraide slaibre friendship is better than stock, RC xlv
6079 § 19 . is slabra .i. is cethir, LU 6913 (M). Of horses: at-
chíusa . . . sainslabra sainigthi remib .i. trí .lll. ngabar ndub-
glas a special herd .i. four hundred and fifty steeds, BDD² 462 .
Of other animals: cissī slabra in dīscer-sa thall? . . . ois alta,
TBC² 680 .
65(b) a marriage portion, a dowry : issed slabri conīrad: mairc
cona cairpthib (of the portion given to sons), Fianaig. 6.7 . ni
ra gaib si tra Eithne cen a slaibre do Buchiut . . . eter boin ┐
dam [┐] duine, ech ┐ or ┐ argat (of the portion paid for a wife
to her fosterer), RC xxv 36 § 13 (= tindscra, ib. 30 § 13 ). ised
70. . . conatecht-sí ina slabra fuither fossuid cona febaib `she
asked as her bride-gift
', xv 458.12 . trí fuchachta nad increnat
slabrai `three cohabitations that do not pay a marriage-portion',
Triads 155 . slabhra is ainm do bócethraib is d'echsrianaib
amra, O'C. 1326 ( H. 3.18, 608b . Cf. 1466 , 2062 ). fiach mna
75marbslabra `? the liability of that part of a woman's dowry which
consists in dead chattels
' (Plummer MS. notes), O'D. 1607 (H.
5.15 , 12 col. 1 ). Míss, fuair, cen dedail de | sóer-druim Senaig
'n-a slaibre (i slabre, v.l.) `the noble hill of Senach as her bride-
gift
', Met. Dinds. iii 240.12 . slaibhreadh (slabradh, slabhra,
80 v.ll.) ainm do choibhche is cáir, Met. Gl. 29 § 49 . slaibhre
.i. coibhche, O'Cl. See also s.v. mac(c)slabra.

slabrann xsee slagbrann.

slabrattae adj io, iā (slabrad): s. gl. Catinensis (as if derived from
catena), Sg. 57a8 .

85 slacc n(see KZ xli 388 ) a sword : s. ¤ .i. claideabh, Goid. 75 § 25
(Dúil Laithne).