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slondud, sloinded u m. vn. of sluindid. sloinneadh, slonnadh,
IGT Verbs § 71 .
80(a) act of naming, mentioning, telling : slondod neich ad-
chondarcsa `the declaration of what I've seen', Thes. ii 292.2 .
iar sluinniud sunn a seanchas `after being mentioned here in the
"Senchus"
', Laws ii 314.15 Comm . acht he nammá ┐ Brod |
ní thérna díb fri slonnod, TFerbe 866 . a macca lēginn lēgaid |
85nob sēnaid slonnadh sīde the announcement of peace, O'Mulc.
688 . robai ag slondad charadraid Ioif ┐ na Tiabanda, TTebe
4356 . arís rachaidh dá slonnadh | . . . | oibreacha Dé ceann i
gceann, PBocht 25.39 . atá leathtrom orm a Aodh | . . . |
oircheas dhamh a shloinneadh soin, Content. xvii 6 .
(b) act of naming (oneself), giving a description (of oneself):
5 im-chomarcair in rí scéla dí ┐ as-bert fria ina sloindiud `as he
named himself
(?)', BDD² 47 and note. geogain Cuculainn a
mac i nanfot .i. gen a sloinded do without his telling him his
name
, Laws iii 94.17 . téit-seom ass iarom cena slonnud dind
ingein without giving his name to the girl, LU 10446 . dogén mo
10shlonnadh duit-si or is mé archinnech na cille si I shall give
you an account of myself
, Anecd. i 78.11 .
(c) patronymic, family name, surname, lineage : Tuan mac
Stairn meic Sera . . . rob e mo [ṡ]lonnud . . . ar thus, LU 1222 .
féil in chredail Chóemain | diand sanctlethan slondad whose
15surname is Sanctlethan
, Fél. June 12 . nodasloindet íarum
iarna slontib fíraib, TBFr. 66 . cade do slonnudsu a ingen?,
LU 10253 . slán in gataide . . . can slaindiud can aithne, Laws
iii 464.13 Comm . co findud slondud trit till he discovers the
name by this means
(through imbus forosna), i 44.1 Comm .
20 aircetla na duili sloinnti .i. genelacha `the books of family
names
', O'Dav. 601 (cf. Laws i 44.x ). Buchet a ainm, mac hui
Blae a sloinniud, RC xxv 35 § 11 . ro indissedur dó a n-ainm
┐ a sloinded ┐ a tuirrtechta, Acall. 7295 . rogabsom rige
Connacht fodeigh [a máthar] . . . ┐ sloinned in maic a tir a
25mathar tucad fa[i]rsim (of Ailell mac Mata Muresc, called
after his mother Mata M.), ZCP i 103.13 . ochtar dib-side ara
rabi slonnad Muintiri Raigillig, Ann. Conn. 1256.10 . ni
fhuaratar . . . in ro-miad slónnte-si on choimdid, PH 7871 .
sloinnfetsa sin mar nach saobh | sloinnte uaisle na nardnaom,
30 Irish Texts iii 42 § 7 . ar sean-ainmniugad sloindti d'fearaib
E. according to the old naming of the men of Ireland by patrony-
mics
(?), MR 144.17 . Felim o Tuathail a shlondadh, FM vi
1900.z . saoilim gur d'fhuil iarlachta | nó go gcluinim a slon-
nadh, Ó Bruad. i 132.z . imcomairces . . . cisi slonnud no
35hainm no hatharrdai do, St. Ercuil 1298 . is é . . . sloinneadh
an ughdair is gnáth do chur ós cionn gach oibre dá scríobhann
neach, Keat. i 152.15 . In pl., family, race (having the same
patronymic): Dubhdatuath mac Flaithgusa dux na tri
sloinnte, AU i 268.17 . Note also : decán slonnudh fir in ceime
40ba hisle dona cemendaibh sin `decanus was the appellation of
the lowest of those ranks
', CCath. 52 .
(d) insignia, mark of distinction : dolád in mac . . . a nae . . .
for muir co slonduth meic rí[g] lais .i. brat corcra co cúach
óir ann, Cóir Anm. 55 .

45 slúag xand derivv. see slóg, etc.

slúaistech adj o, ā (slúasat) shovel-like : caillech adbronnach
leathansluaistech a hag . . . having broad and shovel-like feet,
RC xxiv 196 § 11 . sliasta sacacha . . . aicce se adbronnach
lethan-tsluaistech, IT i 271.30 (FB Eg.).

50 slúasat n ā,f. slúasad f., IGT Decl. § 54 . (a) a shovel : mad e a
rama no in tsluasat dech dia cinn, Laws iii 204.5 Comm . cona
slūastib turarāin ina lámu ic fochartad in ottraig, Aisl. MC
91.9 . bái . . . oc glanad urdrochit a thaigi ┐ a [ṡ]luasat na
laim . . . robual in sinac dint ṡluasait, LL 353a71 . ruccustair
55rámhand ┐ s. ¤ lais do thochail ag uillinn an tighe, ZCP x 16.2 .
a sluaiste ┐ a baisínigh . . . do dhéana tú do phrás, Exod.
xxvii 3 . bíaidh slúasad agad, Deut. xxiii 13 . gach nduine
darbh arm an raca is an tsluasad, Keat. Poems 1392 . Of a
measure: trí lan-sluaisde as gach aointeallach . . . d'uachtar
60bainne, do mhin cruithneachta ┐ d'im, Keat. i 180.z . Fig. da
let[h]ansluasait . . . forméracha ica fulang `two broad . . . long-
toed feet supporting her
', CCath. 4034 .
(b) a paddle : docuiredh a curach aenshluaisti for muir,
Lism. L. 3163 . do noe .i. aen[ṡ]luaisti, Laws i 170.1 Comm .
65 a breith i cliab aensluaiste, O'D. 2292 - 3 ( Rawl. B 506, 27b ).
mad fer a cliab aenluaisti .i. duine seo curthar a cliab aen-
luaisti amach for muir ina cintaib anfoit, O'C. 413 ( H. 3.18,
227a ). aensluaisti .i. aenlaisti .i. seichi, O'C. 1478 ( H. 3.18,
654 ).

70 slucait n[ī,f.] (cf. sluicid) the throat, gullet, swallow : bran .i. fīach
. . . ┐ is de isberar din eōn ar mēt slugaite on account of the
greatness of his swallow
, Corm. Y 177 . ra ghabh 'ma sh. ¤ an
cat ┐ ros marbh `he took the cat by the throat', TFrag. 28.21 .
Declined as n-st.: ra ghabh a hubhall shlug(h)atan `she held
75her by the apple of her throat
', 30.12 .

slucud, slocud, slocod u m. vn. of sluicid. act of swallowing,
engulfing : ni techte a ṡlocod in parsa cena mlaissiuth `it is not
meet to swallow the particle without tasting it
', Stowe M. 66a
( Thes. ii 255.16 ). ni raind fri fés ba háil dó acht a s. ¤ in oen-
80ḟecht, TBC 1021 . no gabhdis for s. ¤ an aeoir, CCath. 2540 .
tréigidh bheith ag sughadh ┐ ag slogadh núis na talmhan,
TSh. 347 . an tan fhásas anfadh ar an muir ┐ bhíos an long i
nguais a sloigthe, 3757 . gur ghearr an muinéal ┐ meall an
tshloigthe aige so that he tore his neck and the apple of his
85throat
, PCT 566 . Fig. itat tulcha na Tebi ac slucad na slog,
TTebe 2970 .
Compds. ¤ bádud act of engulfing and drowning : sliab Eim
do sluccadh-badudh isin talmain sis co mbai i comharda
frissna glendaibh batar imme, CCath. 4797 . ¤ chocnam act
of swallowing and chewing : tigtis ilpiasta an lochu do ṡlugoth-
5cognom na n-anmonn, Aisl. Tund. 100.6 . d'ass buide bolcach
foloing in slucud-chocnum `of yellow bubbling milk the swallow-
ing of which needs chewing
', Aisl. MC 101.10 .