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smid n(with unlen. -d), also smide(d) breath, puff (of wind);
85 syllable, word: uch, ní léigid lucht na mbréag | s. ¤ tar mo bhéal,
Dánta Gr. 38.14 . anois fáraoír! gidh taoím gan aén s. ¤ , Hard.
i 148.7 . ar mhodh nar bh'fhéidir smide dá laghad gaoithe nó
anála a dhol asteach nó amach, Stair Éamuinn uí Chléire 71
= smideadh, GJ iii 122b4 . Cf. ag luasganacht anonn ┐ anall
le gach smeidhe (leg. smeide?) gaoithe, Luc. Fid. 378.17 .

5 smir n u,[m.] O.Ir. smiur. marrow : smiur alta gl. ullum, Sg.
95a5 . s. ¤ gl. medulla, Ir. Gl. 193 . ennach en nocenss ar is donad
a s. ¤ , O'Mulc. 397 . for smiur mna F., LU 10248 . atá sunn fuil
a chroidhe | mar aen is smior a dhroma, SG 132.21 . iar nōl in
smero, TBC² 2871 . ac tabairt a smera eisib (i.e. from human
10bones) do upthaib, Laws i 202.31 Comm . ethar bec . . . cona
sculmarib smera, Aisl. MC 85.12 . ceneli nathrach sin fasait
a smeraib na mmarb, CCath. 4146 . dia tuctha cnáim smeara
. . . ina fiadnaisi a marrow-bone, MR 70.2 . cech cnáim ima
téit s. ¤ , 4 . fear truagh léar tréigiodh a smior `whose marrow had
15gone from him
', TD 44.7 . uindimint . . . do s. ¤ fiadha, ┐ laigh,
Rosa Ang. 106.7 . is imchubaid a ngeir a teinneas . . . an
smira, RSláinte 6097 . cnaim na righedh gona s. ¤ , Irish Texts v
5.35 . a s. ¤ ┐ a n-incinn ┐ a fuil na ndaine, Ir. Astr. Tr. 46.15 .
do dheunfamaois smior fosgailte dhíot, Oss. iii 74.12 . atáid
20a chnámha ar na máothughadh ó smior, Job xxi 24 . gu roinn
. . . na n-alt ┐ an smeara, Heb. iv 12 . ná bí gan smeara dhod
bhróguib fat, grease (?), PCT 611 .
Prov.: is cuinchid smera cen smúais (of two inseparable
things), RC xx 436.x (ACC). as deadail smeara fri smuas | . . . |
25sinn deis ar nargari uais `the parting of the marrow from the
bone
', Mann. and Cust. iii 251 n . See smúas.
Of persons: a s. ¤ ind fir-ecna `marrow of true wisdom' (of
God), Ir. Lit. 4.10 . diliu limsa Eogan | andāt . . . | rop é s. ¤ mo
chnāma, | rop hí in chuslend cride, PRIA xix 548 § 23 ( LL 147a ).
30In phrases: smiur gūaile .i. iarn, Anecd. iii 44.14 (a kenning
for the letter t in Ogham alphabet) = s. ¤ guailí .i. cuillenn sen,
Auraic. 5633 . See smerdnide. s. ¤ eindche see 1 ennach. smera
(s. ¤ ) smennta see smennta.
In n. loc.: S. ¤ find Feidelme (one of the names of the Boyne),
35 ZCP viii 106 § 5 . See Hog. Onom.
Compds.: ¤ gall n.pr.: tug an díol céadna . . . | Eochaidh F.
ar Smiorghall, Content. xviii 40 . Cf. 93 and Keat. ii 1965 .
¤ spairt a clod of marrow : co n-derrna smirspairti fola cro da
curp, CF 221 . See smirammair, smirchomairt.

40 smirammair n k,f. (smir+ommar?) Most freq. in TBC. The
corresponding passage in TBC2 has smirchomairt, q.v. Lit.
marrow-tub, apparently a bath of marrow from crushed bones
used in the treatment of wounded warriors: is andsin conat-
tacht Fingin F. s. ¤ . . . do ícc ┐ do leigess Chethirn meic F.,
45 TBC 4420 . dogní s. ¤ díb (i.e. of the cattle) eter ḟeóil ┐ chnámaib
┐ lethar, ┐ tucad Cethern mac F. sin s. ¤ , co cend teora lá ┐
teora n-aidche, 4424 - 5 . ra gab ac ól na smiramrach imme,
4426 . ra luid in s. ¤ and eter a chnedaib ┐ eter a chrechtaib,
4427 . atrachtsom assin s. ¤ , 4429 . do chuir F. an íoc[sh]láinte
50┐ smearamair . . . ris na cneadhaibh, ITS xxiv 80.16 . Of
warriors injured in battle: dabered dianchommilt fair . . . co
ndenad s. ¤ de, TBC 4622 . smiramair bhogní (do rigne, v.l.)
Iliach do chnamib fer ṅ-hErend, 4626 . co fil in dī smirummair
immaille di chnāmaib fer nŌlnēcmacht, TBC² 2945 . co
55nderni s. ¤ (smiramuir, smirimair, v.ll.) da cnamaib immedhon
a croicind, CCath. 2984 .
As n. loc. (with ref. to Cethern mac Fintain): Cethern . . .
dorochair oc S. ¤ , RC xxiii 306 § 13 (LL) (Smarmore, Co. Louth).
is de atā Smirombair a Crīch Rois, TBC² 2870 . See Hog.
60Onom.

smirchomairt n(smir + comairt). Used like smirammair, q.v.
Lit. marrow-mash, a mixture or extract of pounded marrow :
dorochair icc Smiramair .i. . . . in smircomairt, RC xxiii 325.8 .
dorigne s. ¤ di chnāmaib ina cethra, TBC² 2869 . smioramair et
65smiorcomairt, TBC p. 631 n. 6 . co raibhi ic ól na smiorco-
mairti uime, ib. n. 7 . lasodain rāithigestair in smirc[h]omairt.
Adfes dō ba do chnāmaib bō nUlad dognīth. Is iarum
dognīsom in smirc[h]omairt naile ina farrad (of the slaying
of warriors), TBC² 2943 - 5 .

70 smirde adj io, iā (smir) belonging to the marrow : cid inna medon-
smirdi gl. medullas quoque, Ml. 127b14 .

smirdris, smirgrís xsee smeirdris.

smíste indand derivv. see O'Rahilly, Gadelica 290 - 1 , 304 .

? smitir: ind .v. sétaib saighe smech smitir .i. i fuil asa smeget,
75 O'Dav. 1477 .

smit(t) n the lobe of the ear : smit .i. cluas, Lec. Gl. 263 . Cf.
Auraic. 4649 . smiot .i. cluas, O'Cl. meilid smit ind aue iter a
dā mer, Corm. Y 149 . tria smiot a chluaisi do tarraing,
Auraic. 4648 . See under smetrach. co r-bí smitt a cluaisi
80dessi, PH 3115 . co r-ben simitt (sic) a chluaisi de, 3113 . co
ro-gaib Ísu in smitt i n-a láim, 3116 .
Compds.: ¤ chend. As pnsobriquet: dá mac Smucaille smitt-
chind `scrub-head' (Gloss.), Met. Dinds. iii 270.24 (simcind,
v.l.). ¤ ḟorrach see smetrach. See also smot.

85 smittach n(smitt?) In name of a metre (`crop-eared', O'R.):
debide s. ¤ , IT iii 17 § 43 . Cf. 18 § 48 (= debidi smotach, 67 § 4 ).
debidhe Smíthach `lobe Debide ', Mac Carthy 130.1 (smítach,
128.5 , smitach, 134.14 ). See also smutach.