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srúb norig. perh. n. (see Sc.M2 Gloss. ¤ , Críth Gabl. Gloss.), cf. d s.
srúb, LU 9401 , n. pl. sruibe, Ériu v 38.3 . In Mid.Ir. ā,f.: g s.
srubai, Fen. 326.19 . Srúba, Met. Dinds. iii 282.73 . d s ag
Srūibh Lēith, ALC i 562.5 .
45 Snout, muzzle, beak, nose . (a) Of animals, etc.: co-mbātar
secht n-airtim di forbaidh saille fora srūib till there was a
covering of seven fist-lengths of bacon on its snout
(a pig), Sc.M²
23 . srub muicci, Corm. Tr. 154 . do ragha muc-thréd dia
soigedh, co ros claidhet dia srubhaiph (a place), BNnÉ 325
50§ 41 . mar shéud óir a sruimh muice, Prov. xi 22 . pesti . . .
ilchennacha go srumaibh remra roderga orro, RC xxviii 318
§ 36 . srub chait dono lasin Carpre (i.e. Cairpre Cendchatt),
IT iii 189.1 . tuc srúib (: rúin) forsin sen-charraic `he laid the
bill
(i.e. of a bird) on the ancient rock', Met. Dinds. iii 258.40 .
55(b) Of persons (usually in pejorative sense): cía focerta a s. ¤
ar gésce immatairisfed dóib if his snout were thrown on a branch
they would cleave together
, LU 6823 ( BDD² 349 ). Cf. 6828 .
sréid Fergus Dubthach úad iar sin co n-arrasair di sruib fri
budin anall alighted on his nose (?), LU 6621 = dia sruib,
60 TBC² 2081 = co tarla a srubh i freslige anall, TBC p. 399 n. 10
(St.) = co tarla darráib ra budin anechtair, TBC 2777 . míla
géra gulbnecha | ro leltar im s. ¤ , LU 9401 ( JRSAI 1870-1,
386.20 ). inda llatt ba cūl-scīan s. ¤ cechtar de (of two warriors),
ZCP xviii 297.6 . do srenga-som na secht moirseser sin co
65n-benann a srubha fri talmain, TBC 5526 (St.). ni suil, ni
srub `'tis not a nose', Laws v 232.8 Comm . ? fata srúm
gimhsi gach gille | ag súr Innsi finne Fáil, IGT Decl. ex. 1405 .
sruimh, gnus, srón, Eg. Gl. 550 .
(c) Extended applications: fer trí s. ¤ : s. ¤ tuirc fo chlud . . . s. ¤
70tinni for croich, s. ¤ n-arathair fo rind the snout of a boar in the
ditch, the snout of a flitch on the hook, the snout of a plough in
the ground
, Críth Gabl. 185 - 6 . tri sruba cach fir dib .i. srub
cuiltir fo thuinn, srub tuirc for tur, ┐ srub tinne for troisd,
Laws v 90.16 Comm . nidad inmaine tri sruibe . . . | dochengat
75mo dochum, | srub in bacan, srub lia bachaill | srub bec lasin
cochall (insulting descr. of the approach of a cleric), Ériu v
38.3 . gall-biail . . . cona sruibh, O'Dav. 532 .
In nn. loc. prob. point, headland , see Hog. Onom.
Compds. (a) With adjj. ¤ derg red-tipped (of arrows):
80 d'fidren na saigheat srubderg, CCath. 3130 . ¤ fhillte: slega
srúb-fhillti `warped', MR 238.25 . ¤ fhotae long-nosed: L. in
n-echlach srubhfhada sal[fh]ada ciarfhota, BB 257b24 . bach-
laich srubfhata tshalfhata tsheiredchaela, Acall. 3795 . gus a
soighit loinges srubfada long-prowed, Leb. Gab. 128 n. 9 .
85 ¤ gér sharp-pointed (of arrows): a saighti snasta sruibgérai,
CCath. 5550 . cetha srubhgera soiget, St. Ercuil 823 . saithe
saighett sruibhger, FM vi 2130.4 . saighde srúibh-ghéara,
TSh. 6676 . ¤ glas green-tipped (of waves): raimrá darna
sruthlintib srubglassa sálidi sin, LL 228a21 ( TTr. 809 ). ¤ rúad
red-tipped (of spears): cleth . . . do slegaib . . . srúb-ruada, MR
5 224.2 .
(b) With nouns. ¤ grinne: in t-inad in ro fuiredh srub-
grinne sleighi C. `the head of C.'s spear', MR 268.21 . See
srúblaing.

srubán, sreabán n o,m. (sreb?) thin cake of bread, small loaf :
10 srubhan gl. merenda (`le mangier de l'heure de None', Du Cange
s.v. merendare ), Ir. Gl. 143 . sruban, ochtmadh bairgine, Laws
i 132.20 Comm . sruban eorna, Fél. 88.y . tucas chucamm mo
cethri srubana, PH 513 . tucas sruban díb do-sam, 515 . uair
na duaid-sim na srubana, 520 . ocht .xx. srubhan fa nai . . .
15mile, ceithre ced ┐ dafichet srubhan, Fen. 14 n . srubhán úr
imiolcham, PCT 495 . sreabhan a's im ar a mhuin, Tribes of
Irel. 50.11 . srutháin (sic) crustalta coirce crusty oaten cakes,
GJ iii 37a36 . Cf. debuit habere . . . quasdam mensuras farine
Hibernicè vocatas sruans, cum sufficiente butiro (a tribute), Iar
20Conn. 403.15 .
srubán mara gl. buccella (morsella panis, Du Cange), Ir. Gl.
144 . srubán `cockle', O'R., srubhán mara, Dinneen.

srúblaing n[ā,f.] (srúb+long) muzzle (for dogs): in t[sh]rubh-
laing con mínaighe . . . conadh edh donithar ris srubhlaing
25leathair d'iadha[dh] ima gob, O'C. 2510 ( Eg. 88, 41 (42)d ).
srublaingi (g s.?) con minaig . . . srublingi con minaig; srub-
laingi im a gob in chon do ní minigecht re henaib ┐ re huanaib,
Laws iii 416.6 , 8 Comm . cu . . . co srubluing cen [fh]romad a
srublaingi, 412.11 Comm . nem-[fh]roma[dh] srublainge, O'C.
30 2508 ( Eg. 88, 41d ).

sruibne xby-form of 2 ruibne, q.v.: co tuitid s. ¤ doairme do
reltannai[b] a firmamint, RC xxviii 312.32 .

srúill n f. stream: long . . . | le n-ar shiubhail tar s. ¤ gach mórscoil,
E. O'Rahilly xxii 156 . atáid éisg air na srúillibh ag léimrigh,
35 xxx 1 . adúdh teine fá sh. ¤ (a hopeless undertaking), Dánfhocail
70 .

sruith adj i I As adj. old, senior, venerable, to be revered, honoured,
esteemed . Usually of persons: epscop Sanctān Sanctán (sic
leg.?) s. ¤ , Hy. vi 21 ( Thes. ii 353 ). farácaib epscop C. and ┐ aes
40s. ¤ día muintir . . . ┐ martra sruithi tucc leis tar muir, Trip.²
2115 . cen imcomet aesa s. ¤ `persons of dignity', Laws iii 510.2 .
ciato chomshruithi `although they are both venerable' (Gloss.),
Críth Gabl. 493 . Sáríal s. ¤ , KMMisc. 254.13 . cleireach s. ¤ sen,
Anecd. i 70 § 172 . ar gach senōir s. ¤ , Arch. iii 232.11 . robdar
45saera robdur sruithi, Ériu vii 242.5 . epscop Hērenn ┐ sacart, |
sruithe sāmtait, Arch. iii 303 § 13 . a Rí sh. ¤ , Dán Dé xxix 31 .
Other applications: is s. ¤ ind airm indid epiur `venerable is the
place
', Wb. 4b26 . fēil s. ¤ a principal feast-day, Mon. Tall. 22
(135.1) . in litha sruthi `high festivals', Rule of Tall. 74 § 39 .
50 ba cáid, ba s. ¤ . . . a lá-sa (of Sunday), Ériu ii 196 § 14 . foracaib
Patraic reilgi sruithiu i lLecain Midi venerable relics, Trip.²
893 . ? na saire sruithe, Laws i 12.17 . is ferr síd sochocad s. ¤ ,
Ériu ix 47 § 18 .
Compar. sruithiu gl. antiquior, Ml. 59d5 . nimbói ní bed
55sruithiu dara dochtaised `He had nothing nobler to swear by',
78a4 . ni longe co longe céle dé remut nó fer fas (= bas)
sruithiu, Thes. ii 258.32 . cía de as sru[i]thiu, in ríi fa thúath?
Críth Gabl. 492 . triar . . . nad ailet fuillem a n-airm . . . are
(= air is) sruithiu di-suidib a ngobol-lorgga olldate a n-airm
60`are more valuable to them', Laws v 420.10 . cenn caich iar
nduinib . . . besid sruithe, besid nuaisliu who is greater in
dignity than he
, ii 278.22 .i. i naicniud, 280.12 Comm . ar
isruithe beo bethu tortha `for saved provisions are more pre-
cious than growing grass
', iv 78.5 .i. ar is uaisle, etc., z Comm .
65 sruithe daon diobhadh, 246.14 .i. is uaisle, etc., 20 Comm . cid
arfaoma . . . cobsen neich bess siniu nó bess sruithe indas,
Mon. Tall. 79 (160.17) . fobith isuidiu (leg. is sruithiu, Edd.)
rombói M. quam S. ¤ , 61 (150.9) . ni ro-genir mac mna . . . is
[s]ruthi oltas Eoin, PH 884 . Superl.: co lan log einech bes
70sruithem (text?), Laws ii 404.18 (see St. in E.Ir. Law 72 f . ).
do neoch ba sruitheam . . . ina churad of the most senior of the
warriors
, TBC² 490 = ba sruthem . . . inna caurad, LU 4979 .
in tan ba sruithem ┐ ba fír-aesta he, LB 123b2 = BB 244a15 .
sruit[h]em aicdi `most venerable of structures' (name of Ogam
75letter oir), Auraic. 5602 . conidh arai as [s]ruitheamh cach
mur in mur sin, BB 349a25 . is ed . . . is sruitium bioas fort
mes (of food), RC xii 64 § 29 . idhedh . . . ailm . . . is sruithe
. . . in dedi sin (the vowels a and i, which respectively begin
and end the vowel series), Auraic. 2798 . in t-inad ba sruithiu
80. . . las in rig `deemed most commodious', MR 4.14 .
Adv. co soinmhech co s. ¤ , LL 386b43 .
II As subst. m. elder, ancestor, reverend person, sage , etc. In
Ml. of the fathers of the Old Testament: inna sruithe .i. Moab
┐ Ammon ┐ Essau gl. maiorum `of the ancestors', Ml. 26b16 . 44b35 .
85 sruthi na fetarlaice .i. Abraam ┐ Isac `elders', 31d11 . inna
sruithe gl. patrum, 44b34 . indate mu sruthi `than my ancestors',
88d1 . a sruthe gl. maiorum suorum, 119b11 . ar srutheni,
122d3 . di ar sruithib, 125a13 . lasna sruithi gl. cum maioribus,
128d5 . inna sruthe gl. ueterum, 133c3 . in s. ¤ sean Pol, Fél.
Prol. 97 n . togairm Semeoin srotha `of S. the sage', Jan. 5 .
5 cóemaite ar srotha, Aug. 24 . rom-shnáidet mo shruithi `may
my elders protect me
', Ep. 47 . da bairghin for mes srotha `two
loaves on the dish
(?) of the master (the sick man) (?)', Ériu xii
22 § 27 (BCrólige, see notes). im trefet tigi srotha `of a chief's
house
', Laws i 126.6 . ? ara naisc finnsruth (-sruith?) findtigha, iv 38.10
10 .i. is e in s. ¤ taitnemach bis, 40.3 Comm . finnsruth
fine .i. . . . sruth taithnemach na fine, v 442.6 Comm . Cf. s. ¤
fer finntiu `noble is the tribe-land', v 462.1 . C. . . . abatissa
tighe sruithe Cille daro abbess of the house of the seniors, AU i
278.9 . T. abbas sruithe Cluana, 298.10 . ? cotombertsa brú
15sóer | s. ¤ dim chlaind comceneoil, LU 8281 ( FB 22 ). misse
Fintan Find mac Bochra . . . am s. ¤ uasal hÉrend, LL 4b25 .
i[s] s. ¤ dún a saintly man approaches, Irish Texts i 34.29 . am
sruit[h] do Dia mar, ol C., iv 17.24 . étiud bān bēsaib srotha
`after the fashion of an elder', Ériu ii 66 § 13 . sruthi ┐ senoire
20noema, PH 2 . sruthi na petarlaicthi .i. Abram ┐ Isác ┐ Iacop,
7871 . sruithi ┐ seanatoraigh na cathrach elders and senators,
CCath. 771 . a mo sh. ¤ reverend sir, Lism. L. 2022 . do choimh-
thionól sruitheadh, Ériu v 92.6 . éanghrádh sruitheadh is
seannaomh, Aithd. D. 75.44 . s. ¤ .i. eagnaid, Lec. Gl. 317 , cf.
25 M 129 .
Compds. ¤ athair: sruith athir gl. patronus, Sg. 12b3 . ¤
ecna: senior sruith-ecna (sic leg.) an old man venerable in
wisdom
, BCC 392.16 . ¤ máthair matron: i n-araili sruth-
mathair soicheneoil isin Roim, CCath. 1059 . ? ¤ recht: soirche
30sruithreacht `licht war das Gesetz des Alten', Snedg. u. MacR.
11 § 37 . ¤ shenóir: gabaid in sruithsenoir (sic leg.) noem oc
a forcetul, PH 245 .