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85 spraicid v(spraic) wields, brandishes, beckons : no spraictis a
claidhbhi eturru, CCath. 2422 . ro spraic a la[i]m forsna
slogaib . . . d'urestecht friss waved his hand, 5030 . ro tocaib
a laimh . . . ┐ ro spraic forru fo thri, Laud 610, 25d43 . ro
spraic a láimh uadh for (sic leg.) an teinidh `he reached forth
his hand to the fire
', Mart. Don. Sept. 12 .
5See sprecaid.

spraicthech adj(spraic): aoin-fhear údmhall úiréasgadh úrspraic-
theach ` energetic ', CRR² 20 .
See sprecach.

spré xsee spréd, spréid.

10 sprebad ind(cf. prepad): ar demun dom dín | dom s. ¤ (spelad,
spreagadh, v.ll.) dom spairr, KMMisc. 256 § 30 .

sprecach n(cf. sprecaid) scolding, rebuking : comraiti sbreacacha
gruamhdha (sic), Smaointe B. Chr. 2530 .
See spraicthech.

15 sprecad [u,m.] vn. of sprecaid. (a) act of reprimanding, re-
buking : d'éis a sbreagtha (sic leg.) ón Sbiorad Naomh (Paul),
Dán Dé vi 32 . sbreagtha iomdha . . . | tug Íosa `reproaches',
xvii 16 . mo sbreagadh fa char id cheann that I should be re-
proved for going against thee
, xxiii 13 . sbreagadh gér goirt |
20dogebthar úaim | fán gcéirsigh ccaoil, Irish Texts i 28 § 31 . ní
bhíu níos sia dot spreagadh, iv 105 § 20 . tuc D. spreccadh ┐
cursachadh go minic ar an bprocadoir, BNnÉ 209 § 63 . dith
fine . . . ┐ spreccadh ┐ athais gach aoin orra (a curse), 257 § 215 .
fuair spregadh mór tré chomhluadar do thabhairt do dhroich-
25rígh Israel, Mac Aingil 209.14 . tug an t-oide go minic a
spregadh dhó, 330.2 . an tan thairgfeas duine oile spreagadh
nó masla do thabhairt duit, Desid. 2432 . an peacach do
spreagadh, Donl. 196.6 .
(b) act of inciting, urging on, encouraging : s. ¤ sochuide in-
30citing the multitude
(sign of bad pleading), Tec. Corm. § 22.16
= RC xlv 40 (spredadh, v.l.). tabhair arís 'na n-ínntinn
spreacadh | le a mbainfid dá mbiodhbhadhaibh íoc 'na masla,
Ó Bruad. i 46.11 . crann seóil seasmhach | spreagtha na slógh
(of a leader), Hackett xl 28 .
35See spracad.

sprecaid v(cf. spraicid) (a) reproves, rebukes : cronuigh spreig
`reprove', Eg. Gl. 11 . 'sgur sbreagadh Eabha im ubhall seeing
that Eve was chidden in the matter of an apple
, Dán Dé xvii 19 .
sbreagfaidh tú cách 'na gciontaibh, vii 15 . imthigh ┐ spreag
40é `tell him his fault', Matth. xviii 15 .
(b) wakes, rouses, urges : sbregus Aenghus Curcog a cedoir
`roused', Ériu xi 200.7 . do spreag Conán Oscur áigh, Oss. iv
136.9 . each seang le sboruibh do sbreag, IGT Introd. § 11 .
Of ringing bells: cluig dá spreagadh ag cléirchibh, Oss. iii
45266.20 .
Vn. sprecad.

spréch xsee spréd.

spréchad xsee sprédad.

spréd n ā,f. (O'Rahilly, Sc.G.St. iii 65 compares Mid.Ir. bréo,
50 bréud). Later also sprég, spréch (if not from sprédach), spréid.
Spark: s. ¤ .i. teni láma, Corm. p. 42 s.v. tenlam = sprēid,
Corm. Y 1214 . la fúaim na sbréde fo-cesa na trí choectu
curach, BDD² 481 ( LU 6923 ). béim spréde Meic Cécht oc
atúd tened, BDD² 487 . cach fras . . ., doléicead in s. ¤ for lár, 489 ( LU
55 6929 ). [tech] asa mbi spre na soillsi tene imach, RC xxii 26
n. 10 (BDD). spreda in tellaigh `the sparks from the hearth',
Laws iii 190.8 Comm . co n-adogh .i. inte spred (sic leg.), co
tein .i. a hairbiathadh na spreidi sin a spark therein . . . to feed
that spark
, iv 22.31 Comm . mar dorachdis spréga a teinidh,
60 Fier. 152 . innus nachar' fag spreigh dí gan bathadh, 164 .
Metaph. dob é a n-énspréidh choigil . . . é `latent spark' (of
a person), Caithr. Thoirdh. 3.31 . nach éidir éin-spréidh do
theine na hantoile do mharthain 'na mheanmain, TSh. 391 .
do spalpainn-se na spréacha mionn `showers of oath-curses', E.
65O'Rahilly (1900) lii 11 . spréidh ghreadaithe mo theallaighse
fá chéile Chuinn `warm affection' (Gloss.), Hackett viii 5 . do-
chuaidh mo spréidh `vigour of youth' (Gloss.), x 19 (or to
spréid?). ar ndul dom spréidh, Measgra D. 27.11 . In sobri-
quet: Sprédh aithinne, ingen Mhughna . . ., bainechlach rígh
70Eirenn, Acall. 1285 .
Compd. ¤ smál: sbrēchsmāla . . . teineadh glowing fiery
sparks
, Cath MT 168 .

sprédach n(spréd) collect. fragments: benaid a mullach imon
fordorus . . . co mboi sprethach a inchinde for a brot, Death-
75tales 22.12 . imrid a claidem forra co mbōi spreathach a
nincinni im-na fraighthaib, 40.11 . See also under spréd.

sprédaire n(spréd) sprinkler (for holy water): dogena side s. ¤ de
(a ball), RC xiii 78.9 (sporsedairi, v.l.). s. ¤ , 12 (sporsetaire, v.l.).

sprédgal n(spréd): brotscuad .i. spreigal, ut est brotscuadh la
80feirge feidm .i. amail spreigal na fairrgi is amlaid ata in atbeir
sim in tan bis go feirg foam, spume (?), O'Dav. 270 . ? bid
buidell spredghaile ┐ achmusan ┐ imresain ┐ imsergaile anger,
fury (?), IT iii 95 § 149 .

sprég xsee spréd.

85 sprégad vn. of spréidid. Also spréiged, spréchadh act of scatter-
ing, dispersing : spréigheadh, scaoiledh, sreathnugha[dh], Eg.
Gl. 531 . da sprégadh annsa dúthaigh `to scatter them in the
lands
' (of people), Ps. cvi 27 . bheith ag spréachadh an
luaithridh . . . fána shúilibh, TSh. 9289 . t'fhuil do spréachadh
tar a gceann, Dánfhocail 274 . is díomhaóin an líon do
5sprédhagh `in vain the net is spread', Prov. i 17 . Cf. spredhadh
sochaide, RC xlv 40 v.l. (sprecad, text).