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stédaire n m.(stéd) horseman: a stéadaire faithche `their cavalier
on battle plain
', Ó Bruad. i 148.4 .

stédmar adj o, ā (stéd) rich in steeds : siol g-Conchobhair stair-
eamhail, stéudmhair, Hard. ii 332.z .

5 stefir n(Lat. loan-word) Zephyr, west wind : ceithre primgaetha
in bet[h]a . . . an S. ¤ iniar, CCath. 4336 . Cf. Stéferus aniar,
MR 238.1 .

stéig n f.(cf. stáic?) portion, slice : a Dhé is mairg . . . | gan s. ¤
agamsa dá haindeise do réir mo chroinn that I bear no share
10of her misfortune
, Hackett viii 12 . Of land: is truagh do
thalamh ag clanna na gcaorach | . . . | stéidhg fá n-a uilinn dé
ag Muiris an bhréide, | stéidhg na tubaiste ó Mhuiris de ag
Éamonn, E. O'Rahilly xxxv 95 - 6 .

steil n f.(Eng. loan-word?). sdeil f., IGT Decl. § 14 (p. 68) a style :
15 do scriobhadh an t-abb hi cclar le s. ¤ gach freccra dobheiredh
orrae, BNnÉ 58 § 68 .

steiling n(cf. Eng. stilling); don s. ¤ (steilling, v.l.) í nár leige rí
na glóire i bhfad, Ó Bruad. ii 220.8 .

stéill(e) n(Lat. stella) g s. star: co mtis failti(s)gide d'facbail
20stelli a hesbaid uathib that they might be the more joyful at find-
ing a star
(the wise men at the birth of Christ), PH 7013 .
Usually in phrase: Notlaic stéill(e) Epiphany, Little Christmas,
Twelfth Night : Nodlaic s. ¤ `at the Epiphany', Mon. Tall. 55
(148.1) . ōtā aidchi notlaic māir | co hīarnotlaic stēill, ZCP
25 xiii 28 § 7 . notlaic mór nó notlaic stéille (steill, beucc, notlaic
becc no notlaic stelle, v.ll.), Ériu ii 208 § 28 (see n. p. 214 ).
oidhche nodlac steill, FM iv 1108.x . go hoidhche nottlacc
stell, Hugh Roe 18.21 .

stíall n ā,f. (see Ped. i 199 ). Note also n. pl. tri stéill , LU 8731 ,
30 TBFr. 74 . strip, panel, slat, zone, border (consisting of cloth,
wood, metal, etc.). (a) Of clothes, etc.: sdīall .i. is dī īall idi
.i. dī lēinid. Uel quasi stiad .i. is dī īadtar in muinchille, Corm.
Y 1182 . ? `stiall' fúathróg ro fionnadh, Met. Gl. 15 § 35 .
stēlla dubglasso impu ┐ bruit līn dark grey bands (?) (of crot-
35builg harp-bags), ZCP iv 36.4 = sella, TBFr. 103 .
(b) Of the structure of houses, furniture, etc.: sdiall .i. clár,
go sdiallaibh airgid .i. go gcláraibh, O'Cl. tri stéill chréduma
i taulaich in taige three bronze slats, LU 8731 ( FB 55 ). trí
stéill chrédumai i n-aulaith cecha imda, secht stíalla umai ón
40damdabaich co cléithe issin tig, TBFr. 74 (`rods', Études Celt.
ii 3 § 7 ). imduí Conchobair i n-airenuch in tigi co stiallaib
airgit . . . cona steill airgit uasind ríg . . . inum (sic leg.) no
búaled Concobar co fleisc rígda in steill contoítis Ulaid uli
fris, LU 10124 ff . sdiall airgid aenghil a timchell na corudh
45sin `a border' (of an enclosed weir), BCC 386.28 .
(c) Common in phr. s. ¤ ar chopur, apparently some kind of
panelling or wainscoting used in the construction of houses:
stiall ar capar d'airged `a wainscot of silver', RC xxvi 136 § 10
= ix 18 § 15 . stiall ar chapur d'argad glang[lu]air, Snedg. u.
50Mac R. 9 § 10 . stiall ar capar do deircibar cach teach, Anecd.
i 1.5 . stiall ar chopur do derggibur a teg ┐ na imdada `a
wainscot of red yew
', Ériu iv 30 § 21 . tuilg umpa d'iobhar .i.
sdiall ar chapur, TFrag. 8.10 . s. ¤ ar chapur hé íar n-íchtur ┐
tugi slinded íar n-úachtur (a house), LU 10122 .
55Ref. perh. to land, territory in: treb Zabuloin na stiall
ng[l]an, LB 124a51 = treabh Stabulon na stiall nglan (`of the
bright girdles
'), Keat. iii 2035 (cf. the compd. ¤ phortach
infra and Josh. xix 10 ff . ). Perh. torn strip in: do ní strócach
┐ stialla dhíobh, ITS xxiv 74.4 (or leg. stiallad?). Cf. stiall,
60 strócadh `rent', Eg. Gl. 544a (cf. stíallaid).
Note also: cro a ssdiallaib, Laws i 152.26 Comm . , etymol.
gloss on: im criol, 150.9 .
Compds. ? ¤ acra: stiallacra cach ropach ferge dogniat
carait, O'C. 228 ( H. 3.18, 124 ). ¤ bán having white strips (ref.
65to clothes?): tri meic Beóain meic Stairn stialbain, LL 7b18
( Leb. Gab. 90.18 ). ¤ chleth panel, stave (?): ceand esgrach
na naballgort | adbha dona hiathbheachaibh | muine lucair ara
lar | ata sdabh do sdiallcleathaib, IT iii 89 § 113 . ? ¤ chúis:
eachtrannaigh eatortha le stiallchúis (sic MSS.) áir, Hackett
70 xvii 3 (Ed. prints stiallchas = stiallachas tearing, rending).
¤ phortach possessing land in strips (? cf. LB 124a51 supra):
in tres crand . . . la treb sdialportaig Zabulon, BB 244b37 =
la treib Zabuloin, YBL 295a25 .

stíallaid v(stíall) tears into strips, rends : stialladh tuinithe
75tuinne na féarghnúise, Ó Bruad. ii 4.2 . mallacht uaim ar bhás
na mbreath | lear stialladh stiuir na n-óigeach `by which the
trainer of colts hath been rudely cut down
', iii 56.10 . ní béarla
briste ar bith do stiall mo stuaim `that hath rent and spoiled my
wit
', 228.3 . gur stiall mé an rioghacht ó thigh Dháibhi,
80 1 Kings xiv 8 . Vn. dá réabadh dá léirscrios dá stialladh (of
enemies), Hackett xliii 108 . aimsir re stíalladh, ┐ aimsir re
fuáigheal, Eccles. iii 7 .

stíallaire n io,m. (stíall) tearer, render : is barbardha bhagaras
an stiallaire úd | chum aifrinn nach racha, Ó Bruad. iii 182.5 .

85 stíallchas xsee stíall compds.

stíbard n m.(Eng. loan-word) steward : robúi didiu sdibard uasal
. . . ag iarla o B., ZCP vi 24.15 . dobo sdibard ann Semus mac
Seaain, Mann. and Cust. iii 292 n . duine saidhbhir . . . aga
raibhe sdiobhard, Luke xvi 1 . fedhmannach ┐ sdiobhard ós
cenn mhórain maoine, Mac Aingil 40.7 . sttíobhard ┐ feadh-
5mantach, Desid. 6579 . stībhard in diūc, Fl. Earls 78.7 . ierla
ba hard-stīuartt don diūc, 78.25 . stíuartt, 168.9 . fedhmun-
nuigh ┐ sdíobhaird, Mac Aingil 39.16 .