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65 sléchtaid v ā (Lat. flecto) (a) kneels, bows down, prostrates (oneself)
(for a discussion of the practice of prostration in the Irish
Church see Ir. Eccles. Rec. 3 Ser. iv (1883) , v (1884) ): annu-
slechtaid gl. procidentes `when ye prostrate yourselves', Ml.
115a1 . sléchtas gl. procidentisque `which keels', 115a3 . a
70 slechtae gl. conruentibus when they kneel, 115a10 . co rruslecht-
ais fo[a] chossa so that they might prostrate themselves, 89d15 .
slechtfait fua chossa `they will prostrate themselves beneath His
feet
', 89d14 . tanaurnat in sacart fa thri du aithrigi dia pecthaib
atnopuir deo ┐ slechtith (slechthith, MS.) in popul `and the
75people kneels
', Thes. ii 253.6 (Stowe Miss.). fillsit glúine fo
chombáig | roslecht dia dúis dia doss | fiad a gnúis 'na frec-
narcus, SR 3467 . ro slechtsat fiad in n-airrig, 3610 . slechtais
caoncomrac dochum láir `thereupon C. bowed himself to the
ground
', Mon. Tall. 130.14 . slēchtam co bo thrī, Arch. iii
80314 § 21 . tempull solma | co slecht[h]ar and gu hoirichlech,
234.28 . roṡlecht co duthrachtach 'na fhiadhnusi adoravit
genibus flexis, Lat. Lives 97 . sléchtais in ben focetoir ┐ guidis
in tíí Georgi, PH 1318 . táinic Earc fo aithrighe . . . ┐ do
shléachtadh gacha treas iomaire ó Thoraidh gu Tuilén Cair-
85nigh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 13.14 . sleachtais ar a glúinibh 'na
fhiadhnaise, Keat. iii 621 . do shléacht Eoin i n-a onóir ( Luke
i 41 ), Dán Dé xi 17 . Part. sléachta go talamh, Donlevy
62.15 .
(b) submits to folld. by DO: rogab uaman Loegaire co ro-
ṡlecht do Pátraic ┐ rocreit do Dia o beolu namá, Trip. ii 464.1 .
5 rodosslechtsat do Dia dil | iar sin cen adrad n-ídail, SR 5491 .
roslecht do Dauid co trait, 6995 . dotháet Gúairi do aurgairi
Chammini ┐ sléchtaid dó, ZCP iii 208 § 7 . in tí ón slechtas do
diabul ┐ adras dia chomairle, PH 4882 . is andsin roslechtad
clandmaicne Th. . . . do Cormac, Irish Texts iii 4 § 9 . aitchim
10a síodh sléachtaim dháibh, Aithd. D. 74.20 . Folld. by FOR
(FO?): roslectsat for ogreir De, Laws i 14.20 . ro shlecht si for
a bith-dénma-som in eret ro bói i mbethaid she submitted to
(i.e. accepted) his lasting chastity
(?), Ériu i 70.5 . is iarum
slechtois som fo reir (leg. fo[r] r.?) máolrúoin `then he made
15submission to the authority of M.
', Mon. Tall. 136.5 .

slechtaigecht n ā,f. (? slicht) act of investigating, enquiring :
tainig an cathaighi chugi da genumh sleachtaigechta air, arb
e Mac De e = explorare, Smaointe B. Chr. 1340 . a slecht-
aidheacht ar airdi an flathamnais ┐ ar isle na talman
20= investigare, de Contemptu 365 .

sléchtairecht n ā,f. (sléchtaid) act of bowing, curtseying : dá
ndeárnaidh Sacsanaigh sleachtaireacht bhannda bhláth,
Ó Bruad. iii 118.14 .

sléchtan o. Later commonly sléchtain. Vn. of sléchtaid. act
25of genuflecting, bowing down, prostrating oneself; genuflexion,
prostration : issi briathar glunæ ┐ chos a filliud fri slechtan ┐
issi briathar choirp dano intan roichther do dia oc slechtan
┐ chrosigill, Ml. 138a2 . dodechaid Lupaitt ara chend conda-
tarlicc inna sléchtand ara chiund in charpait, Trip.² 2777 .
30 talléici inna sléchtain co ndechaid carpat Fergusa taris co fo
thrí, LU 5692 (TBC). slechdain hi forciund cech sailm `a
genuflection at the end of every psalm
', Mon. Tall. 129.13 . batar
na drúdi ┐ an aigthi for lar oc prostráit ┐ oc slechtain, Todd
Lect. vi 66.4 . gésca pailme ina lamaib ┐ siat oc slechtanaib
35. . . ┐ oc ádrad Ísu, PH 2615 . dena slechtain fo tri [do Dhia],
RC xiv 60 § 75 . roḟill mártain a glúni annsin ┐ dosgni slechtain
┐ crosfigill, ii 398 § 36 . gníomh caisil crois fighill | slechtain
irnaighthe iodhan, Mart. Don. Apr. 5 . do righni slechtain ┐
do sin a laim hi cros-figill cosin Comdid, RC xlvi 234.30 . déne
40urnuighti co Dia . . . ar son na .ix. sléchtana so . . ., Maund.
200 . du-s-gní slēchtain etarguidhi ┐ urnaigthi, Fl. Earls
190.17 . feadh sléachtana dhíonn do dhligh | créachtghona
ríogh an ríchidh, DDána 54.15 . peacach sonn ag sléachtain
chugad, 41.46 . In phrase cét s. ¤ , etc., of a type of ascetic
45exercise: cet slechtain do fri biat, Ériu i 193.7 . dá cét déc
slechtan leis cach laí acht i sollomnaib tantum, LU 642 (ACC).
is head doleici cét slechtain crossfigeld fri bíat, Mon. Tall.
137.24 . isin cétna frithaire na hoidchi nochanad cét salm ┐
dogníd cét slechtain, Lat. Lives 63.3 . dogníd .cc. slechtain
50isin ló ┐ .cc. isin aidche, LB 151a25 . Folld. by DO, FOR act of
bowing down to (in adoration or submission): du slechtun do,
Ml. 115c3 . ni rogab logidecht aile acht ṡlectain do, LL 273b40 .
cuirium uaind ar lorga . . . ┐ denum slechtain don clérech,
RC xiv 34.6 . seal ar sléachtain ar neamh n-ionmhain | seal ar
55salmaibh, Measgra D. ii 42.35 . sléachtain dó do dhlighfeadh
sibh, Aithd. D. 29.28 .

sléchtmuigech adj o, ā (Sléchtmag = Mag Slécht): As subst. na
Goill fán sléchtmhuighigh saoir | ar chloinn gcréachtdoiligh
gCathaoir `(lit.) having in it Magh Slécht' (a descriptive name
60for Ireland), LBranach 4532 and n .

slechtugad u m. vn. formation from slecht act of cutting,
dividing; a division : súithemail slechtoghud | frisogar súitt
`wise the division', Ériu iv 154.5 .

sleg n ā,f. IGT Decl. § 39 . a javelin, spear, lance : ro gabustair
65a sleig, Laws i 6.2 . dolléici a hathair sleig cóicrind dí anúas
. . . co lluid trea triliss ┐ condo ragaib Fróech inna láim in
slig, TBFr. 234 . sleg ḟota thredruimneach reimithir cuing
n-imechtair a crand fil indti, BDD² 968 . tarlucus urchur dom
sleig | i ndúnad Eogain Inbir, LU 3859 ( SC 38 ). fosnessa sleig
70culind ina bond traiged, TBC 2187 . ra gabastar a da ṡleig
chendchritháncha bennacha isin charpat, 4604 . slegha
slindlethna for crandaibh midhsenga ina lamaibh, 5537
(Stowe). tuc slinn na sleigi ┐ a forgraín re a édan, Acall. 1725 .
bi in chomlaid co n-ev a slige co luid trea, RC xi 446.61 . ro
75cotar na curaidh . . . for a slegaib senta ┐ for a ruadhgaib
remra, CCath. 5854 . do ghabh a tsh. ¤ . . . ┐ do rad crecht
adhbhal ar taebh dhes an Tigherna lancea, Smaointe B. Chr.
4277 . is í an tsleagh úd do sáthadh tré Absolon, TSh. 1009 .
adeir in rí teile an túagh | crúadh a ṡleighi isí ar na sním, IGT
80 Decl. ex. 1084 . ceann do ṡleighe ar gcora a croinn, TD 29.24 .
tromghontar Eogan conad for crannu sleg ro himairced hé,
SG 50.21 .
COMPDS. ¤ aicbéil: cenn do c[h]ur in gach mbróin
sesmuigh sleg-aigbēil dīb, ML² 1712 . ¤ daire a wood of
85 spears : s. slindgér na ngái, TTr. 1447 . ¤ oll: Breogan . . . is
a shil sleagoll sneidseang, BB 36b33 . ¤ rann spear-point :
Siol Semeoin sleithi slegrann (.i. do niodh sloidhe re rendaibh
sleg), Leb. Gab. 124.5 . ¤ tholl pierced by a spear : gur fhagaib
a sleasa go sleaghtholl, MR 272.7 .