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2 stait n f.(Lat. statio) (a) state, condition : go ffuaratar in lōchrann
. . . ar n-athrugadh a staide `in a different state', Fl. Earls 34.30 .
issin staid ┐ issin innioll chētna a mbātor a n-aimsir a martra
in the same state and condition, 246.13 . fis staite na cristaidhi,
5 Maund. 124 v.l. do bhádar na hainmhinte sin ina stáid féin
ó shoin amach i bfochair Chiaráin in their own shape, SG 4.14 .
a bhfoirbhtheacht phearsan ┐ sttaide, Desid. 6459 . staide
éagsamhla na ndaoine, TSh. 68 . i bhfioghair na staide i mbí
an t-aithrigheach, 9092 . bí dithchiollach fa fhios staide do
10thréada `to know the state of thy flocks', Prov. xxvii 23 . do len
sé sdaid C. C. imitated, ZCP xi 136.2 ( BCC 250 ). With adjj.
and attrib. gen.: i s. ¤ na nemurchoite .i. roim peccad in the
state of innocence
, PH 7773 . ar degstaid in a state of grace,
O'Gr. Cat. 624.30 . ar an sdaid ngrainemhuil a bfuil sé, Mac
15Aingil 21.8 . do imthigh a staid mhaith ┐ i ndeigh-sligidh
fadeoigh (a converted thief), BNnÉ 238 § 166 . occlach sdaide
ainglidhi `a man of angelic condition', 68 § 110 . i staid an
pheacaidh nó i staid na ngrás, TSh. 3987 . foghluim ┐ sdaid
bhethadh . . . do thabhairt doibh to give them . . . a position in
20life
(duty of parents to children), Parrth. Anma 166.9 ( Luc.
Fid. 102.17 ).
(b) Med. stasis, static period (in fevers, etc.): iiii h-aimsera
a gach fiabrus .i. tosach ┐ tormach, sdaid ┐ digbail, RC xlix
7 § 3 . gibe easlainte aga dtig a staid go deifireach = quibus
25ergo statim morbus consistit, 23 K 42, 6.17. 4 haimsera agna
nescoidibh . . . .i. tosach, ┐ tormach, sdaid ┐ digbail, Rosa
Ang. 174.14 , 17 . is and sin is sdaid don cnaí (= gne) taniste
deitici, 80.5 . comurthai sdaidi in fiabris so, 78.22 . i ndighbail
an flux . . . isin sdaid, 110.12 . da roib in tadbur ina sdaid,
30 Irish Texts v 5.15 .
(c) Astronom.: co claechligdis uair egin a s. ¤ no a suidheochan
no a nordochan position (of planets), Ir. Astr. Tr. 120.8 .
solstisium re nabar sdaid gréine, O'Gr. Cat. 323.33 (leg.
stad?).

35 staitemail adj i (2 stait): brig laidir agan othar, ┐ e fein co sdaid-
amail ┐ spirut maith aigi ` constant ' (seu robur et constantia
aegri), Rosa Ang. 196.18 .

stáitse n(Eng. or Romance loan-word) stage, staging, platform :
's a s. ¤ (sic leg.) cruach gan fuacht re hais a thighe `and from
40cold his cornstacks shelters on a stage
', Ó Bruad. ii 20.10 . deoch
go driodar nách leig dúinne | dul ar s. ¤ (i.e. to perform at
wedding-feast?), 72.6 .

stalcach adj o, ā (stailc). Of a horse: each sdalcach uaibhreach
olcach ` proud ', Aithd. D. 91.2 .

45 stalcaire n m.(Eng. loan-word) stalker, fowler : s. ¤ , éunadóir, Eg.
Gl. 553 . mar an éun as láimh an s. ¤ , Prov. vi 5 .

stalla n(Eng. loan-word) stall: as lár an s. ¤ , Amos vi 4 .

stán n o (see Ped. i 103 ). sdán m., IGT Decl. § 96 (129.34) . tin:
s. ¤ gl. stagnum, Sg. 73a2 . trian do argut ┐ trian di stān nō da
50huma, ZCP vii 300.24 . sdan ar a faignigibh `tin upon the
scabbards
', Laws ii 146.18 Comm . eter iarann ┐ stan ┐ luaidhi,
CCath. 5293 . an tairgead ┐ in sdan ┐ na mitaill ele sin, Ir.
Astr. Tr. 138.7 . an s. ¤ ┐ an luáighe, Numb. xxxi 22 . g s. as
attrib.: Loch Lein; ceathra chircilla uime .i. chircall sdain ,
55 etc., Todd Nenn. 220 n . cris sdāin, ZCP v 24 § 12 . cuir i
soightech sdain ar teinidh, Rosa Ang. 314.4 . ola . ..coimēdtur
a soitheach sdāin, RSláinte 4028 . Fig. 's gan acht sdán i
gcuid dá cheird `though most of his work is only tin', Content.
xxv 2 . béruidh mé do s. ¤ uile asad, Isa. i 25 .

60 stánaid v(stán? Cf. staonaid) stops, draws back, refrains from,
desists from: stánaidh dá fios `she stops her search', Ó Bruad.
ii 120.8 . nár stán ó bhréagaibh, E. O'Rahilly xxxv 113 . a
stéideich ráis nach stánadh seachad which were not wont to
stall
, Ó Bruad. i 32.8 .

65 stánamail adj i (stán) made of tin : stanamhail gl. stanneus, Ir.
Gl. 610 .

standard adj(Eng. loan-word) standard : nach raib aco . . . s. ¤ gan
stuaidhleím, CF Eg. 24 . ticit . . . a prosesion . . . go mbratach-
oib ┐ stannardoip, Fl. Earls 100.1 .

70 stangaid ind(Eng. stang): pilér slabraidh do stang a thaob as
`tore away his side', O'Gr. Cat. 565.24 .

staoinse nterm of abuse: do bhí an s. ¤ 'na rídhuirc i n-uachtar
Cláir `boorish dolt', Ó Bruad. ii 14 § 2 .

staonaid v(cf. stánaid) refrains, desists, hangs back : beidh tréin-
75fhir nár n-aice | nár staon riamh dá namhuid, Mun. Poets ii
178.15 . Vn. cath gan staona[dh], Oss. iv 136.16 . a's cách gan
staonadh mar sinn `without faltering', 190.16 . diúltuighim
staonadh duit ná dóibh `I will not yield to thee', vi 200.19 .

1 staraide xsee stairide.

80 2 staraide xsee staraige.

staraige n io,m. (stair) historian. Of a scholastic grade: in
sdaraide , Laws v 102.14 Comm . deiscibail ┐ sdaraige ┐
forcedlaid, 19 Comm . cethra cumala dun sdaraigi, 22 Comm .
tanaisi suad na litri .i. in sdaraigi, 112.21 Comm . eneclann in
85sdaraide, z Comm . starige (4th degree among scholars and
teachers in a monastic school), ZCP v 499 § 1 . In general
sense: indisit na noemstaraige, LB 142b7 (cf. 133b2 ). staraide
cacha cineda, CCath. 4406 . staraidhe eargna an bherla
Scoitegdha, FM i 534.y . is follus as stáraidhibh inchreidte,
Eochairsg. 10.15 .