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sreth(n)aigid v(sreth) I Trans. (a) Glossing sernaid, sreth
(sense in some exx. obscure): ar ind hi as ceatharda fo fera
45son, Laws i 258.16 .i. ar in ni is cethardha srethnaidhther uirri
ann so `because four things are charged upon it here', 270.x
Comm . (misreading of text or text now faulty?). cach sreth
. . . cach ni srethnaigter and do mindlestraib na cerdcha, iii
192.1 Comm . (in meaning (b) infra. See sreth). enechlog, |
50iar slechtaib saer sernar, iii 536.13 .i. logh enech do fo indrucus
iar naisneis in tair ro sr[e]athnaiged air after the relating of the
insult which has been laid on him
(?), 538.13 Comm . (with tár
as subj. instead of enechlóg as in text). is é ní sre[th]nai[g]ther
d'faillsiugh forin conair fuigill is fior `zugrunde gelegt wird' (is
55listed, adduced
?), glossing sreth faillsigthi na conairi fugill is
fir, Cóic Con. Fug. 16 § 3 . siachdudar sin bretha sertatar do
ciolur .i. ro sreathnaighsed na deo daile (beodaile?) bas
anaighid araile, O'C. 2254 ( Eg. 88, 18 (19)d ). ar cach saeth
sretha[ib] sina .i. rom-didna ar cach ṅgalar intí riasa ro-
60[shr]ethnigtis na sina, ACC 107 ( RC xx 278 ). sāerbrud
imberbthar bunad cach sofis searnar īarndliged . . . .i. . . .
bunad cacha deghfesa .i. imhas na Bōindi sretnaighther īaram
co dligthech is spread abroad (?), Anecd. v 26 n. 22 . Cf. ailiu
seinm sernair [imbed] n-imbais . . . .i. srethnaighther no
65gabtair imad sofis dun, O'Dav. 1444 (cf. Ériu xiii 40 , and
sreth immais s.v. sreth). coire sofis sernar dliged cacha dāna
.i. srethnaithir dliged cacha dána as, Anecd. v 23 n. 19 .
aracain aracanair .i. is cāintsrethnaighter sium gellad do cách
┐ cāintsrethnaighter gellad dō ō cāch, 27 n. 19 . foraig foragar
70.i. intī fuirghius in filid fuirgitsim oca .i. is taithnemach
srethnuighes a aisce cōir do denum do cách, 27 n. 20 . Nei-
mhedh rosern (ros-ern?) im ratha .i. nó íocadh no sreath-
naigheadh tuarastal forra imposed a stipend on them, Leb.
Gab. 100 n. 1 . ro sern cech sín .i. ro sreathnuigh no ro sccaoil,
75 162 n. 6 (in meaning (b) infra).
(b) In general sets in order, disposes, spreads out, disperses,
scatters : ro srethaig sosad . . . do aes . . . athirge arranged a
dwelling for the repentant
, SR 577 . rosrethaig tolgdail triath
tenn | . . . | os cech dándíne (David) convened (?), 6701 .
80 sīrechtach rosrethnaiged | a seōl ndobrōin for Ēre the veil of
woe has been spread over Ireland
, Bruchst. i 47 § 105 . .xl. is a
cheathair coir | ro sreathaigh Breassail settled (of a colony),
BB 56a11 . rath i cuitriud .i. rath do beir flaith cuidridh
sr[e]athnaighes a rath for curu who distributes his fief accord-
85ing to contracts
(?), O'Don. 1007 ( H. 2.15, 15b ). a sreath-
naighther in t-ith in which the corn is spread out (saball),
Laws i 140.10 Comm . ? is impusin sretha[ig]set in re ciata
imairget `that the first battlefield ever fought was assembled',
154.25 Comm . dosuidhighedh ┐ dosrethnaigedh in tsealg leó
fo fheadhuibh ┐ fo fhāsaigib was distributed, Fianaig. 52.9 .
5 ro shern ┐ ro shrethnaigh a amhsa . . . for bernadhaibh
baoghail `distributed and stationed', FM vi 2326.25 . do
shr[e]athnuigh sé ór air na cherubinibh `spread', 1 Kings vi 32 .
sreathnocha mé íad, Jerem. ix 16 .
II Intrans. spreads, settles : is ann do srethnuidhdar sa
10cclann dhá neisi | an fonn sin ionnar sretnuidhdar | is uatha
h-anmnither na Deisi, LL 396.13 . do sreathnuigh sinn ar
gach gleann, Oss. vi 102.11 .
Note also: donn .i. cuirm, ut est siris donn dibeoil .i. sreth-
naigi[d] in donn .i. in linn, do urlabra do neoch `serves (?)',
15 O'Dav. 666 . ri rosrethaig, sróenaib slamm, | do rethaib
roenaib retlann arranged, disposed, SR 269 .
Part. go cineadh sreathnuighthe `scattered', Isa. xviii 2 .
? cethir chét cethirriad sernta srethnaigt[h]i co serraib
iarnaidib `Sensenwagen', Alex. 566 (perh. g s. of vn.).
20 Vn. sreth(n)ugad.

srethnaigthech adj o, ā (srethnaigid) scattered, spread out: roba
scaoiltech ┐ ropa sreatnaighthech a sluagh (gl. roptar fo-
dlaigh), Leb. Gab. 154 n. 3 .

sreth(n)ugad [u,m.] vn. of sreth(n)aigid. act of spreading out,
25 arranging, disposing : dleaghair do shluagh shíol Luighdheach |
sreathnughadh cath sluagh Muimhneach `it is the right of . . .
to lead in battle the Munster hosts
', Keat. iii 3075 . ? Metr. is
fri duain dī dobenar srethbar- ┐ is srethugud dob- fuirri, IT iii
26.27 (cf. 13 § 26 ). In gloss: fosernatar feba, Laws iii 20.20 .i.
30do sr[e]athnugad do foebtaig .i. fo uaisletaid, 25 Comm .
Apparently act of serving, service in: duasal srethnugadh do
cach duine ar na uasal shluind do brethemhain, O'C. 1655
( 23 Q 6, 22a ) = d'uasal-fodhnum `for noble service', Ériu xii 80 ,
gloss on urgnaithear = urgnaiter `let attendance be given',
35 80 - 81 . Perh. also in: sretha fairne .i. seoit do fhairind .i.
srethugud a dáme for fecht féle the service of his company,
LL 187a43 , cf. RC xxvi 24 § 73 .

sríab n ā,f. (see ríab). Also appar. sréb, srém in nn. pr., see
below. stripe, line : sriabh odhur . . . ni raibhi nach n-etuch
40dibh cen sreibh n-uidir ann, Lism. L. 4065 - 7 . Fig. dom lucht
cumain, cliar na ccros, | ni chumaim sriabh na sencus `the
circle of the histories
', BNnÉ 284 § 271 . nochan fhuil sriabh
ar ar seanchas `there is no line across that story', Studies 1948,
318 § 9 .
45In nn. pr.: Crimthan Sréb .i. sríabha derga búi a timchill
a mhuineóil intan geinir é. Nó Crimthan Srém .i. sreamach
robhoí (cf. srem?), Cóir Anm. 46 . Eogan Srém .i. sreng bai
ina beolo nó (f)ina rosc, 294 . Fergus mac M. . . . meic Eogain
Sreim (.i. rang beg bái na bhél), SG i 471.5 = sremh .i. sreng
50bai ina beolu nó ina rosc, 8 = Eoghain Sreibh, Keat. iii 693 .
conidh óna sriabhaibh dia bhachaill tucc for a chorp . . . ro
hainmnighedh Eoghan Sriabh dhe, Mart. Don. Nov. 10 .
Lugaid [Ṡ]ríabṅderg, MacCarthy 198 § 2 . Lughaidh Sriabh
nDerg, Comp. Con C. 124.26 .

55 srían n o,m. (Lat. frenum). m., IGT Decl. § 96 (130.3) . bridle .
(a) srīan quasi frian, a nomine frenum , Corm. Y 1175 . srian
gl. frenum, Ir. Gl. 819 . s. ¤ crúain, Críth Gabl. 196 . dá echsh. ¤
.x. im sh. ¤ n-óir, 407 . a echshréin, 432 . srein oir no argit,
Laws v 412.24 . im eochu ┐ im sriana, ii 280.5 Comm . mulloca
60┐ sithla . . . ┐ srein, iii 152.7 Comm . each . . . co n-a srian
taitnemach im a ceand, v 62.22 Comm . set cacha mar-flatha
. . . .i. a srian no a delg, 244.22 Comm . cona trí coectaib s. ¤ ,
BDD² 466 , dá ech C. . . . cona srianaib oír friú, Sc.M² 20 R .
srian muinci dergóir fria graig, LU 3649 ( SC 31 ). ruc buaid
65a ssiblachaib sréin, LL 211a9 . uanfad a glomraib s. ¤ , TBC 698 .
trí heich derga ina sríanaib, BDD² 1330 . tuc an eochu ba for
lár in lis in a srianuibh = equos paratos adduxit, Lat. Lives
64.5 . a each . . . ar sibal ina srian, TTebe 4389 . tri sréin,
Acall. 3929 . go mbuilg sréin, DDána 119.29 `the bridle-bell (?)',
70 Ir. Monthly 1923, 643 . sréin a n-each, TSh. 5747 . cuirmíd
sriánta a mbeóluibh na neach, James iii 3 .
(b) Fig. s. ¤ re check, control; act of checking, restraining : s. ¤ rea
corp in gach corgus mortifying his flesh, BNnÉ 282 § 268 .
deacair srian re baothghlór mban, TD 21.27 . srian re a fheirg
75ó haoinbhréithir she controls his anger with a single word,
Aithd. D. 65.34 . gan srian re hágh ní fhuilngim, DDána
113.42 . Perh. also: rochaith Sírna co sríanaib | re tri sectaib
soer bliadnaib `with restrictive laws', MacCarthy 168 § 6 (cf.
BB 46b27 ) = Keat. ii 2146 . With prec. verb: srian rem béal
80a Rí go rabh `may a curb be on my lips', Dán Dé xxix 6 . an
chomhairle . . . | fan dobhuingthe sos ná srian `so impatient of
check or control
', Aithd. D. 51.6 . congbhaidh srian red dhío-
ghuil dún, 84.29 . a sh. ¤ réd chradh ná congaimh keep not they
wealth bridled
, Ériu ix 166 § 29 . srian do thabairt fria thoil,
85 PH 4990 . srīan frit broind . . . | srīan frit c[h]ridi . . . | srīan
do tabairt fri tengaidh, ZCP vi 264 § 5 . ní fhagh damhna ar
ndol í Néill, | cor a sréin re Banbha Bríain no prince can con-
trol
, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 80.120 . srian do char rem chéadfadhaibh,
PBocht 23.25 . a srian mar léigthear léise, PBocht 21.35 .
léigthear srian ris an sean-námhaid tré éigean = refrenatur,
5 TSh. 7782 . raghaidh srian re fód bhFuinidh, Aithd. D. 15.3 .
do chuaidh srian ar ar síodhcháin `peace was checked', PBocht
20.9 . Note also: srian t'fhaghal gan aradhuin thy forays can-
not be checked
(?), Irish Texts ii 100 § 34 . caitte don tí da
dtiocfa | a sníomh le s. ¤ n-oirbhiorta it (wealth) must be re-
10strained by the bridle of action
, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 172.10 . cuirfe
misi . . . mo sh. ¤ ann do bhéul, 2 Kings xix 28 .
Compds. (a) With nouns. ¤ gáir: re . . . sriangair a ngraigi
`neighing', MR 192.6 . ¤ glomar bridlepiece, bit : tuccad srian-
glomur ina beolu, CCath. 3854 . each . . . cona srianglomur
15airgdide friss, 4737 . ¤ maidm breaking of bridles: go 'morala
srianmhaidhm ngreadha d'eachradhuibh bfer nErenn, ZCP x
293.29 . ¤ marc bridled steed : bró dianmarcc drechda | na
srianmarc sruthra, SG 241.23 . ¤ mír = ¤ glomar: do
uanfadaigh na n-ech . . . ag snige . . . a srianmirendaibh, TBC
20 5625 (St.). ic fosheinm . . . a srianmirenn, CCath. 4960 .
(b) With adjj. ¤ balc: fa slōghaib sain[fh]ear srianbalcc
`strong-bridled', Death-tales 18 § 1 . ¤ brecc with variegated
bridle : tri cōecait each srīanbrecc seng, ZCP viii 220.1 .
¤ buide with yellow bridle : le tairm ngreagh srianbhuidhe
25seang, TD 8.6 .
(c) With adj. derived from noun. ¤ gabrach: nírba s. cen
eochu `do not keep bridled steeds', Tec. Corm. § 11.5 .