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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 .

stíbardacht n ā,f. (stíbard) stewardship: reachtas nó stíobhar-
dacht, TSh. 7104 . gan an stíobhardacht chóir do dhéanamh
10air, 10054 . tabhair cúntas do sdíobhardachda uáit, Luke xvi 2 .
stiobhardacht coitcheann do dheunamh ar an Eagluis (privi-
lege of St. Peter), Eochairsg. 7.28 .

sticardach: ind Clann Riocaird ó bheinn go beinn, | . . . | stiocar-
daigh is é a n-ainim, Tribes of Irel. 38.15 . stiocardach
15` niggardly, miserly ', Dinn.

? stiglaib n d. pl. gilidir casnaide cóir | eter s. ¤ stúag brecshróil |
túar mongi maicc E., Ériu iv 94 § 13a .

stíl n f.(Eng. or Romance loan-word). Also staoil. (a) style, rank,
dignity : staoil is comhramha clann gC. `pride and triumph',
20 Content. x 10 . le staoil gcomhráidh `with pride of speech', 18 .
giodh árd a rolla stíle, Keating in H.4.15, 679 cited Desid.
Gloss. duini ainbhfeasach . . . ag nách bíadh sttīl, múnadh,
.. . ná modha an pháláis nó na ccúirteóireadh, Desid. 5982 .
gidh barún do ghaibh súd mar s. ¤ air (staoil, still, v.ll.), Hackett
25 xxxix 93 = Keat. Poems 725 . ba dá staoil a laoidh 's a
leabhair `lays and books of learning was the style he favoured',
Ó Bruad. i 142.11 .
(b) literary style : ar son simplidheachta na sttíli inar sgríobh-
amar, Desid. 40 . ag aithris amhlaidh so . . . ar sdīl do
30shoisgéil naomhtha, 116 . as cosmail a stil re leabar Cill
Connig, Mart. Don. xxv 12 .

stím, stíma n m.and f., IGT Decl. § 2 (39.13) , §39 (91.13) .
Exact meaning uncertain, perh. lacework, network, tracery .
Of hair: ní dheirméad-sa . . . | . . . an sdíom chorramhlaigh
35cúil chais, DDána 117.49 = LBranach 5904 . See compd.
infra. Of garments fringe (?): sdíoma bruit h'eich imtheachd-
uigh | dá breith dhuit re ndonnchorcair, IGT Decl. ex. 121 .
matal ríogh . . . M. | . . . sdiom úaine ort, KMMisc. 170 § 13 .
Cf. also: sdiomh shíoda fan ccloich do cuir | fam bracchuid da
40bais leabhuir (of a magic stone of healing), Ériu iv 55.11 .
Extended uses. s. ¤ locha a chain of lakes (?): sdíom locha ar
colbha na críche `a long lake as a chaplet', Aithd. D. 28.22 . lín
catha san chaithirsin | sdím lacha ina leathursoin, IGT Decl.
ex. 885 . a n-oirchill ar bhiodhbhaidh bídh | diomdhaidh ar
45sdím oirrchinn fhúair, 1109 . go stim stáit `with a proud show
of state
', Ó Bruad. iii 52.2 .
Compd. ¤ lebar long-maned (of horses): stéd stiomlebhur,
Ériu v 172.163 . da sdét sdimleabhra, ZCP vi 29.18 .

stintus n(Lat. stincus) skink: sdindtus, Irish Texts v 54.20 .

50 stipecda, stiptec(d)a adj(based on Lat. stipticus) styptic, re-
stringent : neithe stipecdha, O'Gr. Cat. 215.33 . torrtha
stipeghdha, Reg. San. col. xviii . acerbis et refrigerantibus . . .
.i. le neithibh fuara stipicdha, 23 K 42, 111.9 . o neithibh
sdipicdha, Rosa Ang. 56.12 . neithi fuara sdipdeca, 312.6 .
55 leghius sdip[t]ica, Arch. i 328.95 . stipteachda, P. O'C.

stipecdacht n ā,f. (stipecda) restringency: maille rē stipeacdacht,
RSláinte 1822 . do leith a stipeacdachta, 5246 . biadha
sodilegtha . . . rachas cum fuachta maille cinel sdipcidachta,
Rosa Ang. 64.7 .

60 stiróip n(-í-?) f. (Eng. loan-word) stirrup: do bhíodh fóir fa a
stíoróip ag stríocadh, Hackett xxxix 291 = do bhí saoir fá
a stíoróip gan stríocadh, Keat. Poems 923 . go stirōipib na
diallaiti . . . ier n-a n-imdēnomh do derg-ōr, Fl. Earls 256.8 .
stioráp, P. O'C.

65 stiúir n f.(ON styri. See Bidrag 94 ) (a) rudder, helm: stiūir
d'fhid lim long mallrāmach rudder . . . of slow-oared ships (of
a person), Bruchst. i 34 § 80 ( IT iii 89 § 115 ). leg damsa in
sdiuir do gabail, Aen. 1229 . co ruc in sdiuir lais, 1334 . a[c]
leanmuin na sdiuire, 1335 . ic tennadh na stiur[e] cuigi
70d'impódh na luinge, CCath. 2042 . na sesa ┐ stiura na long
(stiuiri, v.l.), 2131 . an barc gá mbrisdear a sdiúir, A. Ó Dálaigh
lii 16 . mar ghabhaim sdiúir eathair orm, Sc.G.St. iv 62 § 12 .
logh ar ndiúmus dúin | nír sdiúrus mo sdiúir I have not steered
a straight course
, IGT Decl. ex. 734 . carbh gan sdiúir í na
75égmais, ex. 1077 . nár fágadh . . . stiúr gan leónadh, ITS i
24.11 . ar sgáoileadh cheangluightheadh na sdiúire dhóibh,
Acts xxvii 40 . ré sdiúir ro bhig, James iii 4 . lámh do chor ar
do s. ¤ ré treórughadh churacháin . . . an chuirp, TSh. 2630 .
(b) guidance, control, government : ic fosadhcongmhail stiuire
80an flaithiusa, CCath. 4620 . isi i[s] stíur don labra cirt (of
grammar), BB 17a55 . is i in stair fa stiuir meassa | na feassa
na foirfheasa, 17b8 . sdiúir ghráidh re na gaol gabhaidh,
Studies 1932, 242 § 4 . stiuir t'athar do luamairecht to wield
the government of thy father
, SG 255.6 . ós ceapuighthe gach
85margadh le stiuir céille, Ó Bruad. iii 2.2 .
(c) Of persons guide, controller : a sdiúir ríogh-bhan naomh,
A. Ó Dálaigh xi 4 . sdiúir gach anma an t-aingioll-so (St.
Michael), lii 52 . fa sdiúir oireachais d'Ultaibh `helm of sov-
ranty
' (a hero), TD 3.28 . sduir (sic) cert, cobsaidh a cinedhach,
AU iii 582.20 . s. ¤ c[h]ert c[h]obhsaidh congbála conāich na
5cōiged, ML² 1197 . dá stiuir éacht-fhuinn fhinn-Fh., Keat.
Poems 1080 .
(d) As vn. of stiúraid: geibh ar sdiuir `undertake to guide
me
', Aithd. D. 51.7 . réasúin stáit ag s. ¤ a n-eathar, Hackett
xlii 91 .