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55 srïd v(see Thurn. Gramm. § 547 , Ped. ii 626 ). Later also
sridid, srithid (see Ped. loc. cit.). Orig. with s-pret., but a
pret. 3 s. sráith is well attested.
(a) scatters: manraid sluágu | sreid muíne, LU 3393 , `he
scatters treasures
', SC² p. 33 . tarblaing C. chuccu ┐ sreith
60cechtar de a leth co nderna brosnaig ṅdiib casts each of them
aside
, LL 121a9 . ? sreithfith fuil a mmēderad (`blood will
spout from headless necks
', Faraday), TBC² 1090 = sreithfid,
LU 5574 . ? moscing srathu sréid sergi sétid maige midglinne
(of a horse), 8669 ( FB 50 ). Cf. ro sraid gl. selaig, LL 311b35 .
65(b) hurls, casts (of weapons and missiles): sréidh .i. caithidh
no teilgidh, O'Cl. gabaid cloich díb . . . | sréid huaid isin n-aer,
SR 5870 . sreid Patraic a chluiccine fo muine ndlúith and,
Trip.² 2927 . sreith Fergus Dubthach hūad F. hurls D. from
him
, TBC² 2081 = sréid, LU 6621 . srēithi in nid . . . isin
70nabaind (with redundant pron. suff.), TBC² 630 = srethe, LU
5114 . sreid M. a étach de, LL 283b42 . sredhid asa beolaib
`cast it from her lips', Aen. 3029 . sroithid loimb n-degenuch
asa beluib spits the last sip from his mouth, RC x 216 § 5 .
sretais (leg. sretair, Edd.) cethri goí deac i nóenfecht fair `are
75thrown at him
' (Faraday), LU 6164 ( TBC² 1680 ). sreeis Saúl
uad in sleig | for Dauid, SR 6073 . srēidis Cūchulaind cloich
fair, TBC² 2130 = srédis, LU 6671 = bosréthi, TBC 2846 .
srethis liic telma bói ina láim fair, TBC² 1406 = LU 5875 .
sreithis fair iarum in sleig, TBC² 654 = sréthis, LU 5137 .
80 sreidis forro frais do clochaib (sreis, v.l.), Anecd. i 55 § 43 .
conid Ath Srethe comainm ind atha dar a sredestar Cuchulaind
in cloich assa thabaill, TBC 1464 . srāithius dī chloich a
Cuindchiu, TBC² 865 = sráithus di cloich a Cuinciu hurled a
stone at her
(Medb), LU 5342 . sraite don chertgae he hurls the
85javelin at him
, TBC² 1327 = sraithe, LU 5799 . danēcai
Cūchulaind . . . sraiti in n-ubaill cleasa tarraid ina lāim, TBC²
1511 = sráithi hurled at him, LU 5979 . srāiti(s) a nōi ṅgāi
fichet fair (-s added later above line), TBC² 2184 .
Vn. (cf. Thurn. Gramm. § 723 and sréod): iarna srethud ┐
scailiud ┐ scandrud fo chrichaib . . . na hEtali, LB 227b21 .

5 ? sreid: x Senán soer sreidh (: rēir?), Lism. L. 2135 . Stokes
suggests = sréïd.

sridid xsee srïd.

sreim [n,n.] vn. of sreinnid (see Pokorny, ZCP xvi 410 and
O'Brien, Ériu xii 240 - 1 ). act of snorting, snoring : dobert
10a srém caurad asa brágit, TBC² 1781 (leg. srēimm, Pokorny,
sreimm, O'Brien). Cf. réim curadh .i. géim curadh, O'Cl.
filleadh bruit deirg edir dheimhis | re sreim (sréin, v.l.) Cuirc
is cosmail, IGT Decl. ex. 1374 . Perh. same wd. as srem, q.v.

sreinnid v(cf. srenn) snores: srennim gl. sterto, Sg. 185a1 . ciarid
15srena gl. fremat licet motu mare, Ml. 121a14 .

srithid xsee srïd.

srem n(see Ling. Val. 127 . Cf. sreim). Also sram. a discharge
from the eyes : iomdha sream ar a súilibh | treall ón bhféinnidh,
TD 34.18 . uisge na hailime do cur ar na súilibh ┐ icaidh a
20srama, 23 K 42, 348.13 . bit sr[ama tirma] air = lippa sicca,
Rosa Ang. 80.1 .

srém xsee sríab.

sremach, sramach adj o, ā (srem) bleary-eyed, having a running
from the eyes : la Brian S. ¤ ua Briain, FM iv 676.3 . la M. mac
25Cathail sramaigh, iii 624.14 . soraire sramach, E. O'Rahilly
(1900) xxxviii 7 . Prob. also in: Niadh Ségamain s[i]abra .i.
siabartha no s. ¤ robói sé, Cóir Anm. 26 . Crimthan Srém .i.
sreamach robhoí, 46 . See sríab.

srén subst., meaning obscure. Cf. srían? fri slatbrig slaidi
30sluaig sréin, SR 5187 . sluaig sin sirden fri slait s. ¤ (the Phili-
tines), 5611 . sil Saul snímaich fri s. ¤ | for clainn n-íraig n-
Israhél, 6529 .
Perh. also in the follg. compds.: a meic flannacain . . . | a
gabhail srenbruínígh (-brainig?) bennaig, IT iii 69 § 15 .
35 Fergus Folcthech .i. Fergus mantach. Nó srénfhíaclach robói
.i. sénusach robói, Cóir Anm. 161 (srónfiaclach, v.l.). fri
srengal nirb' súairc a smacht | ba trénfer duairc tí thucsat,
SR 5779 (cf. srengal?).

sreng n o. Later ā,f. (ON strengr, Bidrag 22 ). Occas. also srang.
40 Cf. reng. (a) string, cord : fri s. ¤ doib, fri cuimrech ṅgle, | na
n-anart coir coimtige as a binding for them, SR 4293 . Of a
physical deformity: Eogan Srém .i. s. ¤ bai ina beolo nó (f)ina
rosc, Cóir Anm. 294 (srém here perh. associated with srían.
See also sríab). foireann teann, trom ar théadaibh | ag féachain
45sreang lom, láidir (of the rigging of a boat), RC xlix 174 § 37 .
? gan chíos dhaor na síneadh sreang, Hard. ii 44.16 . Of part
of a weaver's equipment (metaph.): mar d'fhuasclas m'anairt
a sreangaibh an fhigheadóra `from the weaver's toils', Ó Bruad.
iii 10.4 .
50(b) bowstring : ná saigti sithlebra a sreṅgaib, LL 238a20
( TTr. 1573 ). do dibraiced etarro soighdi . . . a srengaib, Acall.
4728 v.l. ic sinedh a s. ¤ `stretching their bowstrings', CCath.
4640 . tanic . . . mar saigid a sreiṅg, TTebe 2327 . dairt . . . | a
sblannc dí ag deaghail re a sreing, DDána 78.1 . iomdha
55donnshlat dhíobras saighde | is sreang ga lúbadh, 111.23 .
fuaim a soighit asa sreanguibh, Marco P. 61 . do chuir se
srang suas, ┐ do chaith soighed, St. Ercuil 2277 . do níd a
saighiod réigh air an tsraing, Ps. xi 2 . Metaph. a s. ¤ dá ceilc
nochar chuir | gor teilc a cenn da clíamuin did not cease from
60his treachery
, Irish Texts ii 3 § 20 .
(c) As vn. of srengaid act of pulling, dragging : dia mbetís
fir Herend oc a sreing ass, LU 4094 . la sodain focerd cor de
┐ tuc s. ¤ for in slabrad, LL 393b49 . ? ci bec menman lind a
rád, | is nár s. ¤ sen Temrach siar `to have old T. dragged to the
65west
', Cog. 126.12 .
In compds. usually with merely intensive force or for
alliteration, though sometimes also in literal sense. ¤ búalad:
re seastan na slat ag a sreangbhualad being violently beaten,
CF 45 . ¤ fhogalta: ro ghabh E. sraidhleim sanntach sreng-
70fhoghalta forro `muscle-wrenching', St. Ercuil 606 . ¤ letrad:
is é sin . . . sreangleadradh . . . tuc O. ar na hallmurachaib vio-
lent rending
, CF 292 . ¤ lúath: re himad na saeigid srengluath
swift-stringed, TTebe 3287 . ¤ lúb: a sreanglúib dhuibh
díllaidi, IGT Decl. ex. 660 . ¤ shnáithe: ro innletar a saighti
75. . . for srengsnáithib . . . a fidbac `threaden strings', CCath.
5550 . ¤ shúil: ag saobhadh a sreang-shúl `distorted eyes'
(Gloss.), TSh. 6682 . ¤ thairrngid pulls violently (pulls with
cords?): sreangthairrngit-siomh . . . foirne na long chuca, Leb.
Gab. 204.27 . sreng-tairrngemitt in anmoin lind, Aisl. Tund.
80 108.1 . sreangthairrngius in Finnlochlannach fon bhfairgi he
dragged down the F.
, Caithr. CC 43 § 76 . do srengtharraingthea
Loing go dorus pupla a brathar, TBC p. 308 n. 3 . ¤ tharraing
violent wrench or pull : tucsat s. bodb[d]a urri (a stone), Acall.
2182 . tug sreangtarruing fuirthi asa fheithib (a spear), TBC
85 p. 297 n. 2 . tugsat na diabail srengtarroing ar Th. onn aingel,
Aisl. Tund. 104.33 . iar s. an angcaire cuca after pulling up the
anchor
, FM v 1862.22 . dá sreang-tharraing as a chéile, TSh.
5695 . ¤ thrascarnach: tainic ina dhóchum for a tshreng-
trascarnaidh ┐ for a tuitmennaigh (srengtrascairt, v.l.) `trip-
ping over ropes
', CCath. 2199 .