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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 .

sluicid, slocaid v Subj. pres. 3 s. perfective arnách róllca, Wb.
14d21 . swallows, engulfs : slogait nanní do uisciu do-da-ic
10`they swallow whatever water comes to them', Ml. 123d3 . ro-
slogeth gl. absorpta est, Wb. 13d24 . amal sluces a n-adnacul
n-ersoilcthe ní téte ind, Ml. 22b1 . arnách róllca derchoiniud
`lest despair swallow him up', Wb. 14d21 . ro lluic in talam
inna dí arracht déacc co n-icci a cinnu, Trip.² 1013 . sloicsitt
15in maic na gemai, 598 . sloicsi in talam sís terra eum deglutire
coepit, Lat. Lives 45 . condo sloicsidhe lassin dig bai isin
lestur, TE² 24.18 . in tan ba n-olc a menma no slocad indala
suil conna roched corr inna chind, LU 3261 ( SC 5 ). an tan
éirghid . . . rabharta na mara . . . timcheall luinge . . . go
20sloigthear í mar aon réna fuirinn, TSh. 2080 . sluigid go coit-
chionn gach ní do shásuigheas a nanmhiana, Donl. xix 16 . co
sluigeadh ┐ co sirchagnadh dara craes `so that she might con-
stantly chew and swallow
', TTebe 906 . is mór an grád dhuid
ar dhuine | nach sluig an lár uile inn, Aithd. D. 70.9 .

25 sluindid, sloindid, slaindid v ī (slond) (a) expresses, signifies :
ar sluindid ainm persain `for the noun signifies a person', Sg.
71b5 . sluindith folad ind epert, 25b10 . ní sluindi so hi suidiu
naṅd eper nach aile it chóimthecht `thou dost not signify herein
that no other says it in thy company
', 208b5 . huare is moo
30sluindes pronomen . . . cia sluindid briathar persin ní fris
arícht fri slond persine . . . cenud-sluindi persin, 197a11 . is
and sluindid aimsir nindeirb `therein it signifies an uncertain
time
', 66b9 . iss inunn sluindess plerus ┐ plerusque , 75b5 . do
thintud in suin ebraidi sluindes ilsesu, Ml. 37a10 . is hinunn
35intṡliucht sluindite diblinaib, Sg. 76b5 . issed a folad cétnae
sluinditae, 9b5 . huare nád rosluinter tri brethir in persan
sluindte tuisil, 189b2 . amal mbis inne neich sluinde inna
anman, Ml. 37a12 . is salm sloindes mórnert, Fél. Ep. 155 .
(b) declares, mentions, tells, describes : sluinnsius léig libru `he
40made books of law known
', ACC § 55 ( RC xx 254 ). id inso ced
sloindes dún what does it tell us?, LU 4744 (TBC). tiaghar do
cum faithce fir asa tir toxlaither do cum foruis iar sen fir as
a seilb sloinnter in whose possession they are stated to be, Laws i
268.13 . clithear set slaindte[r?] forgu na nuile `styled the
45choicest of all seds
', iv 28.4 . sloinnfi duit iar ndiutius, SR 1212 .
do Dauíd . . . sluinnit seissi senchassa, 6638 . slaindid in gilla
indn airchedal do, Anecd. i 9.6 . sluind ar delbthar ṅdennmaisi
`mention as (= describe as) a comely tower of beauty of colour',
BDD² 1025 and Glossary. sluind céssad ind epscop | hi rRóim,
50 Fél. March 4 . sluindfemmi col-luithi | sóerchaindlea cech
laithi, Prol. 287 . in slainnid dam-sa bar n-echtra?, CRR 19 .
Elend . . . ro fhreccair ┐ ro shloind hi fen . . . isin uli screptra
diada ┐ in uli grád ┐ anoiri aicce do Dia she confessed herself,
LB 228a38 . lethat Tūadmuman a tūaid | sloinnfet trē dūan-
55molad dōib, Ériu ii 50 § 3 . it e a n-āilche nosluinniur dūib,
Arch. iii 297 § 53 . sloinn-se festa na comadha is āil let
d'f[h]agāil uainne, ML² 105 . scéla in croinn 's an leanaibh
leis, | do sloind tre medhair mhileis, Ériu iv 116 § 21 . Fine
Luirc . . . ná sloinn ríge do rochtuin `nor once proclaim that
60ever they attained to sovereignty
', O'Gr. Cat. 392.27 . sloinn do
cháirdeas dúinn `trace back your friendship with us', ITS
i 84 § 24 . créad é an riocht i raibhe sibh | i gcomhḟlaitheas
Clann Neimhidh? | sloinn duinn, TD 28.8 . ógh lér slonnadh
síodh | gach uird bíodh dom chosnamh, DDána 38.31 . sluinn
65.i. aisnéidh, no innis, O'Cl. Common in chevilles: Aeine,
Satharnd, sluind go lu, Laws iv 218.3 . fil fos casol Senaich
sunt | ┐ Senain sloind `Senach's cloak is here | and Senan's
announce it
', Arch. Hib. iv 206 § 11 . Verbal of necessity: ba
sluinnte ┐ ba geisi da gach duine Coimde nime the Lord of
70Heaven should be confessed and supplicated by everybody
, Rawl.
B 512, fo. 37d (Plummer MS. notes).
(c) names, calls after : runsluinfemni didiu `we ourselves shall,
then, be able to name ourselves
', Wb. 15a4 . nodasloindet íarum
iarna slontib fíraib, TBFr. 66 . is and nodasloinne `then she
75tells her name
', Mór M. 263.5 . is uatha san slointear na hionada
sin, TBC p. 901 n. 3 . is úadh tṡloinnter in rí dhe | dárbh ainm
Fíacha Sraiftine, Cóir Anm. 115 . o Galil sloindset for a altram
┐ a thócbail i nGalil, PH 4491 . nachasloindedh do aenfer `let
him not make himself known to anyone
', Ériu i 114 § 1 . sloinn-
80tear ó a mháthair gach aon, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 116.23 . ar slicht
bar sen-athar, o sloindter bar saerthuatha, MR 150.20 . an
céidfhear ór slonnadh sinn `the first man from whom we were
surnamed
', Studies 1918, 99 § 10 . ó chine Scot do slonnadh
an chríoch, Keat. ii 5872 . sloinnfidh é féin le hainm Israel
85`surname himself', Isa. xliv 5 .

slutraige xsee slaetrach.