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slaíge n a p. cries, shouts (?): slaoighe ┐ ardgártha, Comp. Con
C. 84.6 (see Gloss.).

slaigthech n m.(2 slaide?) dross of metals : ferrugo .i. an sloigh-
tech, 23 K 42, 433a8 . atá catamia mar in cétna .i. slai[g]theach
5in óir `the dross of gold', O'Gr. Cat. 226.23 . litairgerum .i.
slaightech in airgid, RC ix 237.7 .

? slaimegil: ind don lomum daní in s. ¤ rethid, Aisl. MC 101.11
(Meyer would read sraindmegil rethi `the snoring bleat of a
ram
').

10 slaimred n(slamm). Also slamrad. Collect. small heaps, clots,
flakes : combo forderg in talam fo cossaib la slaimredh na fola,
LL 407b40 ( TTr. 2182 ). co nábo inimtechta in magh . . . lá s. ¤
na fola, TTr.² 1046 . slamrad a fhola ┐ a sgeithi fora ulchain,
Aen. 161 . co sceet slamraigi tened as a mbelaib, YBL 85b12 .
15 dross (of metals): Híudas scarióth . . . a scoria .i. on tslémriud
(.i. sal, supra) bis for in or ┐ for in argat, LB 145b50 . Cf.
slimrad.

slaimredach adj o, ā (slaimred) flecked, clotted (?): co sluigeadh . . .
dara craes salach sleímredach (slaimredach, v.l.), TTebe 907 .
20 Cf. slimrad.

sláine n iā,f. (slán) soundness, completeness, wholesomeness;
health; salvation: cor ḟacaib Dun mBaithi fo ṡlane amail
fonracaib i mbethaid Illaind itir bu ┐ damu ┐ eocho ┐ aitreb,
Anecd. i 13.24 . cach biad . . . cona slaine do bru with its
25wholesomeness for the stomach
, ZCP xiv 346 § 7 (= Laws ii
232.25 ). do-gnither tuirtin de, co finntar a blas ┐ a slaine to
test its taste and wholesomeness
(of malt), ZCP xiv 348.12 (= Laws ii
242.12 ). fáilte sláne (.i. īar ngalar), Anecd. v 25.3 . is tre ḟīr
flathemon foss, slāne, sīd, calm, health, and peace, ZCP xi
3081 § 13 . rombeir ind sacrafic sláne doib `the sacrament can
bring salvation to them
', Mon. Tall. 148.13 . Attrib. g s. bid
slaine duduic, Irish Texts i 12 § 35 `she who brought it will be
sound
', Ir. Hist. Stud. i 131.1 . dá chét sescat sláne `two hundred
and sixty in full
', Fél. Oct. 30 (glossed .i. comslana cen ní
35d'esbaid díb; nó .i. i Slane a mBregaib atat uile, ib. 230.1 ).

slainsi: ind losat i n-a laim co muic s. ¤ fuirri ┐ laeg fuinti, RC v
202.38 .

sláinte n iā,f. (slán) (a) freedom from illness : salus .i. slanti, Lor.
Gild. 57 . Diancécht .i. deus salutis (.i. slainte), Corm. 16 .
40 mád ina sláinti ind fir fil sund, LU 3303 ( SC 10 ). descaid
fáilti sláinti `a sign of happiness is health', RC xlv 75 § 19 .
slánti cen galar, PH 3646 . ní ar slāinti chúaidh dóibh in
feolmhach soin, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 29.27 . s. ¤ challa bodily health,
IGT Decl. ex. 968 . Frequent in greetings: bersi imchomarc
45betha ┐ sláinti let, Comp. Con C. 96.26 . tugadur betha ┐
slainte da cheli (vale fecerunt ei), Smaointe B. Chr. 1060 .
slainti duitsi, a airdrig, TTebe 4344 .
(b) In spiritual sense, salvation : for na hulib eclaisib dia
mbertha in t-slanti-sin to whom this salvation was brought, PH
50 275 . samrīg ar samaigt[h]i ar slāinti, ar sūil, ZCP viii 205 § 29 .
foillsiughadh anma na slainte .i. Isa, Smaointe B. Chr. 648 .
crann na s. ¤ sein (of the Cross), PBocht 5.28 .
(c) In legal sense, exemption, freedom from liability: slan
fairgse . . . ingraide tire . . . .i. slanti aithgena . . . on ti bis ac
55firdechsin in bruig, Laws iv 46.16 Comm . slainti espaig ┐
etarbaig `exemption for injury done to idlers and unprofitable
workers
', iii 166.z Comm . 224.10 , 226.z . v 156.y Comm . a
slainti doib they were exempt, 276.23 Comm . cach baili
ineburtmar slainti ar innarba, ii 300.2 Comm .

60 sláintech adj o, ā (sláinte) free of liability or guilt . As subst.:
faillsigid brec do chintach ┐ do s. ¤ .i. gelaid do s. ¤ ┐ brecaidh
dfhir chubusbraith ┐ dubaidh do chintach, O'D. 912 ( H. 3.17,
651 ).

sláintige n iā,f. (sláintech): eitged . . . a bun iar slaintighi sin
65isna ceithri prímbérlaib its root taken in the sense of non-
liability
, Laws iii 88.22 . coitcenn [don facul is eitged] a bith
a cintaige ┐ a s. ¤ , 94.25 .

sláintigid v(sláinte) indemnifies, compensates : [an ní] no slainti-
gend o bidbaid a toichedh, Laws i 182.z Comm . d'fhinechairi
70dlegar a gabhail no don tí dia roslántiged d'anfine, O'D. 909
( H. 3.17, 649a ). ? slaintidhim mo gell uaim, Laws v 190.2
Comm .

sláintiugad vn. of sláintigid. (a) act of guaranteeing : cach
n-ecmacht co slan cuibse .i. cach ni is eccomachta don fir
75amuic co slaintiugad a cubais don fir tall na caemnacar a
denam indus bu dligthige justification by his conscience (?),
Laws v 158.25 Comm .
(b) act of holding exempt : do slaintiugh[adh] comhlaithrigh,
O'C. 2564 ( Eg. 88, 47b ). ? slainti na ngnuis ata gnathach doib
80do slaintiugadh, O'C. 2599 ( Eg. 88, 51a ).

slait xsee 3 slat.

slaitín(e) n(1 slat) a little twig, a small rod : s. ¤ gl. virgula, Ir. Gl.
117 . slatine argait 'arna fighe . . . asna geimlibh sin, Aisl. Tund.
117.11 . gearrfuidh sé amach . . . na slaitíne, Isa. xviii 5 .

85 slaitne n(1 slat) ` scion; line of ancestors ?' ( Met. Dinds. Gl . ): fa
cabsaig sloig far slaitni | sna roim arrsaig adlaici (? leg.
adlaicthe, Ed.) `the hosts of your line rested quiet', Met. Dinds.
iii 422.19 .