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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 .

5 srengach adj o, ā (sreng) stringed: an satha sreangach, 23 G 24,
157.5 .

srengad u m. vn. of srengaid. act of pulling, dragging, tearing :
sreangadh .i. tarraing, O'Cl. sren .i. tarraing no brisid, ut est
bagh briathar ┐ comeirge ┐ srenta etaigh .i. brisidh no tarraing
10in eetaigh, O'Dav. 1486 (srenta for srengtha, Stokes). Cf.
srenta etaig [.i.] brosna set uil isin dlige so sis . . . in tan . . .
is baga briathar no srenta eitaigh, O'C. 1166 ( H. 3.18, 463a ).
Note: ro brisi in tédach, O'C. 1167 ( H. 3.18 463b ). in chloch ara n-dernsat
a sreangadh ┐ a n-imeasorgain wrestling (?), TBC 2994 v.l. da
15sreangad ┐ da slugadchacnom na fear sin `to rend and swallow',
TTebe 603 . sreangadh roi theann da tucus oram do chuireas
mu shúil ar mu ghruaigh `an overstrained effort', Oss. v 104.25 .
Compd. ¤ tharraing: ag srengad-tarroing a n-innedh
eistiph fein, Aisl. Tund. 104.24 . ro bladhastair cró ionnsma
20na craoisighe icca srengadh-tharraing (sic leg.) for a h-ais, FM
vi 2216.5 . See also under sreng.

srengaid v ā (sreng) pulls, drags, draws, tears : rap din cach
n-anmunna shrengas ut sunt sues , Corm. 39 s.v. rop = do-
srenga chugae, Corm. Y 1097 . srengais lais isin crand dragged
25it off into the tree
, LU 1894 . srengtha tollfethe a mullaich co
mbátár for coich a muineóil were distended, 6450 ( TBC² 1936 ).
srengais in n-ól don fhídba chnáma comtar écnaig a ginchroes,
6457 ( TBC² 1943 ). ber ass Dubthach nDóeltengaid | iar cúl
in tslóig na srengaid drag him behind the host, LU 6590 ( TBC²
30 2066 ). cid nāch srengai feirtsi in charpait fom thāib ┐ mo
fhogaimen fom chind? . . . rosrengtha fertsi a charpait fo
thōeb, TBC² 2505 , 2511 . ? ni srengat tar drong fri umed mná
muidme, LU 5510 (rhet.). crom feda déin dris | . . . | srengaid
nech ar ais pulls one back (bramble), SG 245.31 . ra sreṅgad i
35n-degaid a ech ┐ a charpait, TBC 1924 . srengaid a mbiada
uaithib asa lamaib (a flock of birds), Aen. 114 . srengaid in
slabrad . . . ina ndhiaidh, YBL 113a24 . ? oca brithe fon glend |
is maith no sreṅgam in ṅgirr, LL 285a45 . gur srengad ┐ gur
sir-dibraiged siar-tuaig o Erinn iad, KMMisc. 314.1 . cor
40sreng a cor a harc dae dibh (B. na f.), Arch. iii 311.5 .
In following exx. perh. casts off, dispenses with: cid ná
srengam ar clérchecht co n-étam anaill? `why do we not cast
off our clerical state that we may get something else?
' Ériu iii
108 § 51 . Ed. compares: cia ro-t-srengustar ar tlás, | do
45muinterus mó gach drúis, | dorolgis dó `although he (Peter)
denied thee through weakness
', 114 .
Vn. srengad.

? srengainn n name of a plant: resta bouis .i. an sreangainn,
Arch. i 328 § 79 .

50 1 srengal n(sreng+gal) pulling, dragging (some exx. given
under 2 srengal may belong to this word): nistailcc Medb isin
chath ar srengail nAileollo asin chath M. did not allow them
into the battle in order that they might be ready to drag A. out of
the battle
, TBC² 3538 . See also under srén.

55 2 srengal n(srenn+gal) snorting, panting, creaking (some exx.
given here may belong to 1 srengal): sreangal na luireach . . .
ica suidiugudh for muinelbraightibh na miledh `rattling (?)',
CCath. 4653 . s. ¤ na luirech ic a mblogadh, 5931 . re srenggail
┐ re siangail na sārlaoch frisna loircferstibh catha `dem
60Schnauben und Lärmen
', ZCP xiv 231.12 . re srenghail ┐
séitfedaig a sinnser, MR 192.4 .

? sréngal xsee srén.

srengartach ind(sreng) term of contempt: fás éan ealtan nó
sreangartach síochaire (of a vagrant), Hackett xx 24 . See
65Dinneen.

srengdacht n[ā,f.] (sreng): do choisced s. ¤ na sotalrig do na
saorchlannaib `overweening chiefs' extortion', Caithr. Thoirdh.
32.22 .

srenn, srann n[ā,f.] (cf. sreinnid) snore, snoring : srian sron
70sruth srub sruthar srend, LB 101 marg. inf. ma sren docluine
isin coill, TTebe xv.y . srand .i. sronann .i. isin sroin bís, O'C.
153 ( H. 3.18, 83 ). co ccúalaidh . . . srainn L. ann, Buile S.
38.3 . an fer . . . focherd srainn, 5 . is fada liom oidhche
fhírfhliuch gan suan, gan s. ¤ , E. O'Rahilly vii 1 .
75Compds. ¤ búrach snorting bellow : srenbúrach craidi cach
míled díb ra forcloistecht a mbidbad, MU² 611 . ¤ géimnech:
amail . . . srenngemnech scemda . . . na nell nard naerda
`roar', Cog. 178.22 . ¤ meigel: dognī sraindmeigil ind reithe,
Aisl. MC 127.31 = don lomum daní in slaimegil rethid (leg.
80sraindmegil rethi) `snoring bleat', 101.11 .

srennfadach, srainfedach n[ā,f.] (srenn) snoring: cach . . .
uile na sreandfadhoigh [no i dtoirchim suain] istaigh, TFrag.
24.22 . srainfedach na sluag sotal-borb, MR 238.10 . See also
under súanfadach.

85 srenta xsee srengad.

sreó in phr. s. ¤ n-urchair (a s.) mighty throw in Franciscan MS.
of Acall. as v.l. to ró n-urchair, rót n-urchair. Prob. vn. of
srïd (cf. assreud): tucustar sréo n-urchair, Acall. 1810 v.l. ro
díubraic sreó n-urchair de, 4802 v.l. (ró n-urchair, text. rod
n-urchair, v.l.). tucastar sreo n-urchair docum iaraind na
5sleighi, 4904 v.l. (ró n-urchair, text. rot n-urchair, v.l.). tucus
sréo n-urchair dó, 6058 . See 1 ró, 1 rout.