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70 sraínid v(sraén. Cf. roínid) I Pulls, drags, carries off, throws,
overthrows : sraínfiter tra iar sin na hanfíreóin hi péin iffirn,
LU 2355 . rosráoined īatt amach īarsin `they were dragged out',
BColm. 72.6 . cor' srained iarsin in crand tar ais forsna gentib
= retroacta ruit, Lat. Lives 94.10 . na rom sraine in bas = ut
75non secum trahat me mortalitas, Lor. Gild. gl. 7 . mairg forsa
srainfiter `against whom they shall be cast' (of weapons), Ériu
viii 22.31 . srāinidh roime fon all `hurled her down the cliff', ii
30 § 14 . co n-esairged ┐ co sráined ilar a cráebh . . . a nglac-
caibh araile, CCath. 669 . co rasraineastair in luiṅg sin urchur
80saigti . . . o tir, TTebe 1962 . co rasráin asa charbad amach é,
4120 . co ro srainsett leo for talmain (of cutting down a tree),
BNnÉ 324 § 38 .
II Of the defeat or rout of an army, etc., in various con-
structions. (a) In pass. with prep. FOR: srainter for lucht in
85dúnaid, LU 1611 . cor' sráinedh forsna Romanchu, CCath.
134 . fertar cath amhnus . . . etorra ┐ rosraoined for Ulltaib,
ZCP xiv 237.10 . srainter ar sluag Ulad, MR 126.22 . sraointer
for marcshluagh Connacht, FM ii 1036.20 = ro mhebhadh,
ALC i 128.26 . ro sraoineadh remhe for Gallaibh, 170.9 .
sraointer leó for Dhiarmaitt, 136.5 . Cf. cin cob rempa con
5srainfithi edir though they should never be victorious, TBC 5366
(St.). In active: srainis in milchu for in leomun cach re fecht
`the greyhound every other time beat the lion', RC xxiv 174.8 .
(b) In same constr. but with addition of cath, etc., as sub-
ject of verb: srainter for Brian andsin Cath D. B. is over-
10thrown
, RC xxiv 182.7 . ro srained . . . in cath . . . for choiced
nOl nEcmacht, Ériu viii 178.34 . do sraonadh in cath las in
righ, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 32.4 . is re loinges Atha Cliath fos . . .
ro sraoineadh cath Muini B., Cog. 42.25 . intan nosaighed
Congal nosraintea in cath chuici `the battle would turn in his
15favour
', Ériu v 238.108 . ba reimhe nosraointi gach cath diob
fora easccairdibh, Leb. Gab. 236.14 . rosraeined (sic leg.) in
cath forra, Lism. L. 3252 . sraointer cath ar fhine Fomhra,
Geneal. Tr. 48.18 . do sraonadh an cath for Dáil bhFíatach,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 9.18 . dá chath . . . sraointear lais | . . . ar
20Dhál gCais, Content. vi 144 . ro sraeined inn irgail ar lucht na
cathrach, CCath. 2217 . for gói gnaith sraintear gala `battles
are ever gained
', MR 120.19 . do neoch ar nach sraontaoidhe
ruathair, ML 86.16 . In active: sraines Goll ba trén tres | in
cath o Mónai fades, LL 205b13 . srainsid tri catha a nEaspain,
25 BB 21a32 .
(c) Various: sráines cach slúag routs, LL 243b5 ( TTr. 1981 ).
sraintear sruthmhaidhm dia mhuintir ina chenn, FM iii 130.10 .
srainfiter geill `hostages will be overthrown', RC xxiv 192.5 =
indsaigfidir (nensitir, v.l.), ZCP iii 463.5 . cur srainedh an
30Dond Cuailngi na cend was chased towards him, TBC p. 897
n. 9 . is cian rosraeined amach | Iudaich a crīch Rōmānach
were ejected, ZCP viii 115 § 26 . rosrainid Fir Bolg dar in sreb
catha `were driven across the battlefield', Ériu viii 38.4 . is borb
sráinfius cách a clann `it is senseless for anyone to overthrow his
35children
', Fianaig. 74.13 . rothsrainset reme broke in flight
before him
(?), BB 431b36 . srainfid in sathi sa thuaid will be
defeated
(?), Fen. 376.21 .

sraíniud [u,m.] vn. of sraínid. (a) act of pulling down, dragging,
hurling, overcoming : ic sroiniud araile (of two worms), LU 189 .
40 gáir na n-anmand . . . icá sroínud ind do bithaitreb pene being
carried off
, 1404 . i[s] sraínud is brúd (of Hell), 2452 . ni a
shróined no a thrascrad da-róine did not drag or knock him
down
, PH 4831 . ic toirnem na ṅdemna . . . ┐ ic a srained a
n-ifernd, 6270 . ac srainedh araill da naimtib uad do clet[h]aib
45 hurling back, CCath. 3589 . re sadud ┐ re srainiud a escarat
uad, TTebe 390 . tuccustur E. srained setreach . . . don tsigin
fair, BB 432a43 . gleoghabhais sraoineadh an ealtain aondoruis
`ruin has . . . afflicted', Aithd. D. 35.3 . ar [n-ar] sraonadh, a
Dhé, dhaid | mé go naomhar red námhaid `when overcome by
50thee
', 92.9 . Goill dom srained tar shal soir | ó lar Gaidel
banishing me, Prolegomena 44 § 10 .
(b) More particularly defeating, routing in battle: can
srainedh catha . . . fair without being able to defeat him, CCath.
4544 . ac srainiud chath ┐ chomlaind, Celt. Rev. viii 312.26 .
55 Finn lám a sráinti in gach aird, Fianaig. 80.5 . fuair an comrac
arna s. ¤ ar Fiacha found F. being defeated, IT ii2141.485 .
chuireas . . . sraoineadh iomairgiodh oraibh, Content. x 24 .
tugsad sraonadh calma for cathaibh Conghail, ITS v 138.19 .
ró badhas ag sraonadh Uladh as a n-ionadaibh catha `were
60being routed from
', CRR² 90.9 . cath-sraeineadh mor ria L. . . .
for L., FM i 140.13 . in sabh sraínti sloigh `host-destroying' (a
weapon), St. Ercuil 1205 .

sráit n f.(Lat. strata through OE or ON. See Bidrag 76 , ZCP
xiii 125 ) street, road, path, way : bádar trí ríg cacha sráite dina
65ceithri sráitib día tíagad do Th., BDD² 154 . tar sleasaibh
sraide, IT iii 76.2 . conici . . . in srait fil frisin crois indnís,
BColm. 18.29 . sráti ┐ ch[l]ochána, TTr.² 1872 . for srátib ┐
clochanaib na Bethile, LB 136a6 . a comrac na tri sraided,
Laws iii 88.11 . a prim-sraiti, v 326.y Comm . na sraiteada sin,
70 TTebe 403 . sráid bhruighean ccorr fá a ccomhoir `avenue',
Ériu v 58.4 . go bél na sráide, FM ii 900.3 . ar srait Slicig, Ann.
Conn. 1294.4 . sráide ┐ sraoin-shlighte, ML 76.6 . Cell Belaig
. . . ┐ vii sraitde do Gallaib ann, Laud 610, 10b20 . gur ra linsod
. . . na sraittiv, Aisl. Tund. 95.4 . pupla na righ . . . ina
75sreathuibh ┐ ina sraitibh, Marco P. 92 . a Sráid Sain-Seum,
Donl. ii 15 . dona sraidennaibh, Études Celt. i 80.18 . Of a
city, town (cf. compds. infra): an tsráid gheal ghrianánach
`city' (of Rome), Aithd. D. 61.12 . béaraidh go sráid Shión
uachtaraigh thú, TSh. 7997 .
80Compds. ¤ baile town, village : an srátbhaile do losgud leó
`the street-town' (i.e. Sligo), ALC i 422.y . Sradbhaile Átha
Luain, 258.14 (see note). srat-baileda do loscad, Ann. Conn.
1253.10 . ¤ éigse: ar sreangaibh saora sráidéigse `street ballad
singer
', Ó Bruad. iii 142.8 . ¤ ṡlige = sráit: ro leicced srait-
85slige let[h]an . . . do `passage', CCath. 4757 . co mba samalta
re sraitsligidh crandcha comairdi eter da lini . . . do tighibh
(of the spears of opposing armies), 5822 . ar sraidslighe na
Congbála `street', FM iii 366.6 .
Also in nn. loc., see Hog. Onom.