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2 slat n ā,f. and o,m. slad m. g s. sloid, IGT Decl. § 73 . g s. sloide
`lochdach', ex. 1562 . See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 170 . act of
80 robbing, plundering; robbery, plunder: sund robái ic brait, ic
borb-gail | ic slait is ic sír-orgain, Met. Dinds. iii 276.8 . lín a
slúaig sláin fri sár slait | ba mór in dál tinolsat, SR 6631 (leg.
slat g p.?). batar . . . [dá] latrainn isin crich oc slait chaich,
Lism. L. 1971 . rop inadh slaitti ┐ braiti ┐ sáraigthi, Moling
85 33 . marb . . . sochaide . . . iarna slait ma n-uile biad, Anecd.
iii 67.19 . s. ¤ Duin lethglaisi du genntib, AU i 320.10 . iar slaitt
iffirn do um Adam, PH 3815 . o ro chualatar a siair do breith
a slaid, BB 425a24 . Mac Gilla E. . . . do sh. ¤ altara tempoill
moir Dhaire Coluim cille, AU ii 226.4 . i ndiaidh Meic S. ¤ ┐ na
longsi doronne an s. ¤ -sin, Ann. Conn. 1258.7 . dorindi sé breid
5sínti saraighthi don Afraicc uli, da slad ┐ da sarughud, St.
Ercuil 1390 . slad, brad, gargad ar dhuine | gáir cheall is chlog
na cruinne, Dánfhocail 11 . In sense of booty : oc breith do
ṡlait ┐ do chrech i fúatach úait, TBC 10 .
Compds. ¤ chrúaid active in plundering : in torchair Sirge
10slatcruaidh, BB 44b30 . ¤ réid ready for plunder : tinscanad
slogad s., LL 19b3 .

3 slat, slait adj strong, mighty : slait ┐ slatra .i. laidir, O'Cl. ? To
this: fri slatbrig slaidi sluaig sréin, SR 5187 . dorat sluag 'sin
slat-óenach `into the mighty fair?', Met. Dinds. iii 12.148 .
15 caidhe anois nert Samsoin | no saoirErcail slaitshídh, ZCP ii
584.5 . See slatra.

1 slatach adj o, ā (1 slat) lathed; branching : slechtais . . . in fidbaid
réil ríg-ṡlattaig `royal-branching', Met. Dinds. iii 196.26 . an
doire corr s. ¤ sleagh, DDána 85.6 . brugh slatac[h] fuinneogach
20fionn (of a castle), 119.16 . fir go bhfáinnibh órshlatacha,
89.11 . cúl s. ¤ mar shnáth [n-óir], Dán Dé xxiv 23 .

2 slatach adj o, ā (2 slat) thievish, rapacious; in passive sense,
robbed, plundered: lorc .i. sladach, Cóir Anm. 176 . ba sladach
síntioch sáruightheach fóbartach . . . do bhádar, ITS v 2.21 .
25 Críoch Luighne . . . fa bhréid ṡladach ṡáraighthe, TD 32.76 .
do rinne breid s. ¤ sairthech do choigedh Chonnacht, ALC ii
494.5 .

slatad m. vn. formation from 1 slat. act of switching, lashing
(a horse): dá slatadh ┐ dá srianadh, TSh. 1396 . téid ar a each
30┐ gabhais ag a slatadh, Keat. iii 396 .

slataid v ā (2 slat) plunders, robs : ronslátais 'mo ar mbethaid
nglain, SR 1755 . cia rotṡlatt immot bratt find, LL 50 marg.
inf. ro slatsat . . . in di longais sin magh Lipi ┐ magh mBregh
etir cealla ┐ dune ┐ treba, AU i 338.11 . slatfáithi crích ┐
35cathraig far námat, LL 238b43 ( TTr. 1630 ). slatfaidit uile
Ēirinn (of the degenerate clergy), ZCP xii 392.26 . cia i' neach
. . . do slat ot edach tu, Smaointe B. Chr. 3833 . do sladadh an
t'úcaire iar dteacht ó cheardchaidh `the fuller was robbed', TD
34.15 . cuid oile do mheallas ┐ shladas a gcomharsa, Donlevy
40ix 29 . ná slad an bocht, Prov. xxii 22 .

slataige n io,m. (2 slat) robber, plunderer : latro .i. slataidhe
(slataidhi MS.), Ir. Gl. 956 . s. ¤ ┐ crechaire robbers and de-
spoilers
, LU 2190 (FA). is tāidi ┐ slataigi | fortgella in Rii,
Arch. iii 317 § 59 . ro-hergabad i n-a gilla becc he la slataigib,
45 PH 6948 . rob fond gadaide ┐ sladaiged acud, Irish Texts iii
5 § 12 . tángadar ceitheirne móra do shladaidhthibh . . . do
shladaighecht ┐ do mharbadh dhaoinedh, SG 10.8 . gur
gheall sé don tshladaidhe san chroich, O'Hussey T. C. 62.4 .
companach do shladuighe `the companion of a destroyer',
50 Prov. xxviii 24 .

slataigecht n ā,f. (slataige) act of robbing, plundering; robbery,
plunder: fomoraigh . . . lucht bíde ag sladaighecht ┐ ag crech-
airecht ar fairrgi, Cóir Anm. 234 . ic s. ¤ sliged Saxan, CRR 7 .
isna tigib tall roboi in ts. ¤ LB 156a4 . do coisc sladaighecht ┐
55droch chuinghill 'na dhuthaidh, AU iii 104.17 . do shlad-
aighecht ┐ do mharbadh dhaoinedh, SG 10.9 . do dēnomh
sladaigheachta ┐ duine-mharptha, Fl. Earls 122.30 . na
cuirigh bhur ndóigh a sárughadh ┐ a sladuigheacht, Psalms
lxii 10 .

60 slataire n(2 slat) a thief, a wretch : luighte . . ag sladaruighe
dho'n tsórt seo, ZCP v 216.430 (Midn. Court). 'n-a stallairí
masluighthi, 'n-a sladairí ocrais, GJ xiii 265a7 .

slatairecht n[ā,f.] (slataire) act of robbing, plundering : nó bíd
oc s. ¤ ┐ nó marbad na cuitechtai, Trip.² 2614 .

65 slatbrat n(2 slat+brat) dvandva compd.(?) act of plundering
and robbing; robbery: gersat mora ┐ ger ba adbul in . . . slatt
bratt bíd ┐ indmusa boi isin catraig, LB 155a40 . ba calma . . .
slog . . . na Roman oc slait brait sloig attruaig . . . na nIúdaide,
157a15 . ic s. ¤ i tir a tir `harrying from land to land', Aen. 1746 .
70 athcetha conacht sladbrad | is mumnig rodus melad, Met.
Dinds. iii 308.75 v.l.

slatmóir n m.(2 slat) a thief, robber : sluigidh an sladmhóir suas
a mhaoín, Job v 5 . amhuil sladmhóir `like a robber', Prov.
xxiii 28 . rachfuid na sladmhóiridhe ann, Ezek. vii 22 .

75 slatmóirecht n[ā,f.] (slatmóir) robbery : sladmhóireacht na
ccionntach `the robbery of the wicked', Prov. xxi 7 .

slatra adj io, iā (cf. 3 slat?) strong, robust; bold, daring: s. ¤ .i. dana,
Lec. Gl. 141 . Samson slattra (: machta) slaidi slua[i]g, SR
5365 . foracsat mac slán slattra `sound and lusty', Met. Dinds.
80 iii 106.45 . In unfavourable sense: nech bus diumsach fir-
fercach, . . . anfial, s. ¤ , ZCP vii 311 § 12 . s. ¤ in lathar | indmaiss
brathar | do creic aire, Anecd. i 72 § 195 . Adv.: rodobris co
slattra slán | for Nás cath . . ., SR 5573 . combrassi .i. co s. ¤ no
co solam, Fél.² xcvii 19 . fer no-s-airimend co dana ┐ co
85slattra, PH 5326 . co raghaibh co s. ¤ laimh in cléirig, Lism. L.
2589 .