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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 .

5 staraigecht n ā,f. (staraige) story-telling: drémm eli oc fetanacht
┐ oc s. ¤ (sic MS.), Todd Lect. vi 54.5 . ní bhiam go grianach ar
chóisir | . . . | ag staruidheacht, Hackett xxvi 32 . In archi-
tecture: risna hadlaictib áille ar a curtar sdaraighecht nó
peindtél amuigh storiation, De Contemptu 2161 .

10 staramail xsee under sturramail.

starga n m.(by-form of targa). sdargha m., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.x) .
shield, targe : sdarga .i. sleagh (mistake for scíath?), O'C. 1379
( H. 3.18, 628a ). fer fa cach s. ¤ , MU² 407 . i tulaib na s. ¤ , CCath.
5668 . i foc[h]lithar a s. ¤ , 5817 . ní faigter stargha stuaidh
15dhroma `no more the target is seen slung on the broad back',
O'Gr. Cat. 472.25 . tógaib ret ais h'órsdarga, IGT Verbs ex.
1009 . sleagh re sdargha sduadhaigh he bends a lance against
a shield
(?), DDána 98.12 . mili sdargha in cech aird íad (of
warriors), Irish Texts ii 33 § 16 . míle láoch . . . go scíathoibh
20┐ go stargghaibh, ALC i 4.18 . tógbhaid . . . buaile . . . dá
staradhaibh a shield-enclosure, CRR² 82.2 .

star(th)ach adj o, ā (stair) storied, full of legends (?): buadh-
bhrog . . . | stuama starthach (of a castle), JRSAI i 480.11 .
ón ghreantaigh ghéagsdaraigh, DDána 70.14 . `of storied
25branches
(?)', Ir. Syll. Poetry Gloss.

stásion, státion n o,m. (Eng. loan-word) station (of the Cross):
stāsion ┐ luaigigeacht a ttemploib ┐ a reclēsoibh na cathrach,
Fl. Earls 98.18 . luaigidhecht sdasióin na Romha do beith ag
an duine do denadh an oilithre sin, ZCP x 240.6 ( BCC 218 ).
30 stātion onōrach go loghadh na n-uile peacadh, Fl. Earls
174.32 . gach a ndernatar-san do stātion ┐ d'oilithre a prīm-
eguilsip . . . oile, 134.33 . Cf. an statio cros, Mart. Don. xl 20 .

stat, stataid xsee stad, stadaid.

stát (a) n m. (Eng. or Romance loan-word) (a) state, government :
35 stát ēxamail . . . iad badhdén (i.e. the Swiss), Fl. Earls 92.10 .
don stāt Rómhānach, 178.30 . siodhucchadh dia braithribh
fris an Státa `were reconciled to the State', FM v 1630.z . go
ndrongaibh dírimhe do Stata, do chomhairle ┐ do gharda an
righ `state officers', vi 2296.13 . claonadh le saobhdhol an státa,
40 Hackett xl 194 . fá shróin an stáit ba ghnáth a gcogadh, Keat.
Poems 51 . réasúin stáit ag stiuir a n-eathar, 1279 .
(b) state, pomp, dignity : re stát | sedh chaithfid an chlann
do chuid `in keeping up of high estate', O'Gr. Cat. 590.31 . iar
Statá rioghda, FM vi 2138.x . gusin stāt ┐ gusin onōir gcētna
45na thimchell, Fl. Earls 256.y . bātar a gcomprāit stāit frisna
Frangcachaibh acht a n-ētaigi do bheith dorcha `as stately as',
254.15 . go stim stáit `with a proud show of state', Ó Bruad.
iii 52.2 .
Compd.: fógraidh anafadh | ar bhródaibh danardha is
50stáidéataibh (stáitéadaibh?) `arrogant envy', Ó Bruad. iii
150.16 .

stathaid xsee stothaid.

státmar adj o, ā (stát) stately: táin státmhar árrachta míleadh
mBreāgh, LBranach 3947 . i n-iomramh gléasta na stéad
55státmhar, Hackett xl 245 .

statúit n[f.] (Eng. or Romance loan-word) statute: in aghaidh
statuite an prionnsa, FM vi 2148.x . statuiti nuaidhe, v 1444.
12 . doroine sta[t]úide ┐ dligeda núa, Maund. 198 . lé comhairle
nó lé sdatuid, Carswell 34 . do réir statúidi na hEcluise, Fier.
60 239 . léxa ┐ sttatúide th'uachtarán cilli ┐ tuaithi, Mac Aingil
286.15 . Note also: labrum anois do statuitt an dímais nature,
attributes
(cf. dliged, Ed.), De Contemptu 2039 . statuyt
luchta in dimais, 2134 v.l.

státús n(Eng. loan-word) state-house, town hall : gusin stātūs is
65onōraighe chostusaigi a fformhōr na crīstaighechtae, Fl. Earls
28.3 . státūss onōrach a gcert-mhedhōn na cathrach, 32.x .

státúsaige n(quantity of vowels uncertain. státús? Or based
on Lat. status?): ba lōr a onōraighi ┐ a stātūsaighe fon uile
doman du-s-riacht diūc de F. ` grandeur ', Fl. Earls 254.28 .

70 stéd n(with unlen. -d) m. (Eng. loan-word), sdéd m., IGT Decl.
§ 95 (127.24) . steed, horse : s. ¤ stiomlebhur . . . faoí, Ériu v
172.163 . s. ¤ gléghel, Maund. 205 . in sted gel is ferr robai a
n-Erinn, Ann. Conn. 1231.8 . do sdéd asdrach ochttairrngeach,
IGT Introd. § 99 . sdéd gán dóich urraim na n-eillteadh, Decl.
75ex. 662 , 1177 . sdéad ós eachaibh B.B., TD 25.25 . sdéad seang
ar bharraibh a bróg, DDána 106.10 . sdéad mearghroighe ó
mhúr Eamhna (of a chief), TD 17.52 . da sdét sdimleabhra,
ZCP vi 29.18 . rochuir a ndillait an sdeda he, RC x 187.3 .
cethri sdéta, Maund. 210 . do gabhadh a stéada dhóibh,
80 Maguires of F. 83 . a tharraing etir sdedaib, AU ii 356.4 .
aicme na s. ¤ , Top. Poems² 1109 .
Compds. ¤ ech: ag folach an stéid-eich, Oss. iv 236.22 . a
stéideich ráis, Ó Bruad. i 32.8 . ¤ groidech: mur stéudghroi-
dheach na stuagh nglan, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 182.63 . ¤ mac: ar
85 stédmacaib ech náluinn `equine progeny', O'Gr. Cat. 358.18
( DDána 105.2 ).