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sacartacht n ā,f. (sacart) priesthood, the office (order) of a priest:
ni dlecht ordnigecht no s. ¤ . . . do thabairt do neoch comba
trichtach he, LB 148a26 . ó do gabh cuing saccartachta
chuicce, BNnÉ 74 § 133 . do furail an t-espoc ar oide C.
5sagartacht (sic leg.) do denam do ar in sollamain sin to do
priestly duty for him
, BCC 46.10 . isin (sic leg.) dara bliadhain
caoccat a shacardachta, FM ii 1040.8 . ag íarruidh na sagar-
tachta, Numb. xvi 10 .

sacartóirecht n[ā,f.] = sacartacht: re cuing chrábhaidh do
10ghabháil .i. sagartóireacht, O'Gr. Cat. 596.32 . don tsagartói-
reacht, Ó Bruad. iii 218.4 .

sacc xsee sac.

saccraige nperh. g s. of f. ā-stem in -ach (sac) bags (coll.), baggage:
co n-arlaic do . . . | siriud slán na s. ¤ (sic MS.), SR 3036 = ro
15dilsig dó sired na s. ¤ dús in mbiad in lamdia indtib, LB 114b21
(cf. Gen. xxxi 32 ). esccra n-argait do thabairt immesc sac-
craige na Cannantai, LB 116b11 = i saccaib, SR 3548 . See
Wortk. 129 . Cf. saccraighe `baggage', O'R.

sacerdóite n[iā],f. (Lat. sacerdotium) priesthood, priestly calling
20or rank : ro oirdned Aron . . . | i sacerdóti in phopail, SR 4494 .
fri sacerdote, 5156 . ord saer na sacerdóte, 4488 . format
clainne Israel fri Moyse ┐ fri hAron ara mbeth isin toisigecht
┐ isin sacerdoti, LB 121b12 = isin t[ṡ]acherdoti, BB 242b9 .
i comartha a sacerdoiti, TTebe 2291 .

25 sacerdotalacht n ā,f. (based on Lat. sacerdotium) priesthood : hí
s. ¤ gl. ministerium (of Aaron), Ml. 124c12 . oc cosnam sacerdo-
talachtae, 73a12 . donaib sacerdotalachtib gl. sacerdotiís,
127a11 .

sachilli n(Low Lat. sagellum `coverlet'?) pl. cloths, napkins : s. ¤
30gl. saudaria ( Acts xix 12 ), Thes. i 497.33 ( Ardm. 183a2 ). See
RC xlv 344 .

Sachsa, pn etc., see Saxa, etc.

sacraifis xsee saicrifis.

sacráil n[f.] (based on Lat. sacr-) the act of consecrating : espuc
35Clochair do shacrail . . . le hairdespuc Arda Macha, AU iii
164.2 . an tan tra rob inmhaidh sacrala and ro bennacht in
sacart an ablaind, D iv 2, 79va21 . iar faicsin na sacrala do
Mure consecration (of the Mass), Études Celt. i 84.18 .

sacraimintech adj o, ā (sacramaint) sacramental : co conáich
40sacraiminteach, ITS xxix 216.11 .

sacrálda adj(sacráil) consecrated : na hesbaic . . . ana n-edaighibh
coisecartha ┐ ana fainnibh sacralda, Bk. of Lism. 120vb19 .

sacramaint -ent n(also sá-) f. Exceptionally m. at Eochairsg.
56.30 infra (Lat. sacramentum, prob. through Eng. or Rom.)
45(a) sacrament, Eucharist : iar ccaithemh na sacramainte dó,
BNnÉ 56 § 61 . 'ar nglacadh cumaoineach ┐ sacramente don
rígh o Maodhóg, 231 § 143 . is d'arán tslimm donitt sacramint
na heclaisi, Maund. 28 . an sacrament næmhtha do chaithemh,
Fl. Earls 154.23 . ag imchar na sacramente, 190.10 . iar
50ccomain ┐ shacramen[t], FM v 1448.14 . ag tairngire an
tsacraimint so, Eochairsg. 56.30 . do thaoibh na sacraiminte
so na haltóra, 71.29 . Of the Host or consecrated wafer: sacra-
muint amhain do beirthi dhoibh ┐ ní tugthaoí cailech doibh,
Rule of Tall. 4.20 (cf. Maund. 28 above and sacarbaic). Of the
55sacraments of the Church in general: na sácramainte is sí an
phroinn, DDána 20.27 . ar shochar na sácramainteadh, TSh.
1561 . 4837 . 10518 . go bhfuilid seacht sacraimeinte fíre dísle
ag an reacht nua, Desid. 4952 . brigh hsacramuinte na haith-
righe, Donl. xiii. z . do hsácramuint an oird choisreagtha,
60 328.23 .
(b) sacrifice : is ar an cloich cétna dorindi Abraham a shacra-
mint don Tigerna, Maund. 71 . a prelaid doní sacramint dóib
(of the Saracens), 79 .

sacrameintemail adj i(sacramaint) sacramental, pertaining to the
65 Eucharist : an treas mhodh ina n-íodhbarthar Críost, . . . go
sacraimeinteamhuil, Eochairsg. 28.10 .

sacrifis xsee saicrifis.

sacrista n m.(eccl. Lat. sacrista) a sacristan : cananach ┐ s. ¤
Mainistrech Leasa Gabhail, AU iii 112.16 = sacri[s]ta, FM iv
70878.3 . faicfi in dechuin ina sh. ¤ , RC xiv 62.1 . do sacrisda na
manach, BCC 412.23 . n-a sa-criosda do bhaoi an bhean
(: liosda) (a nun), PBocht 11a.10 .

sacristacht n[ā,f.] (sacrista) duty of a sacristan : sa-criosdacht
do dhéinimh (: liosdacht), PBocht 11a.14 .

75 Sacsa, pn etc., see Saxa, etc.

sad xsee 1 sod.

sádaid xsee sáidid.

sádail, -al adj iand o,ā. bean shádhal, IGT Decl. § 116 . bean
shádhail, § 117 . ailc .i. fann nó sadhail, O'Dav. 151 .
80(a) easy, comfortable, at ease, in repose : ní seol sadal `it is no
easy undertaking
', Arch. Hib. ii 54 § 1 . ar séd nochar séd
sadhail `path of ease', Cog. 64.13 . ni sadha[i]l mo bhetha-sa,
Buile S. 134.5 . is ferr duit beith ina ngrādaib, | oir is de bus
sādha[i]l ort better stand in their (i.e. kings) good graces, for so
85shalt thou be at ease
, ZCP vi 272 § 8 . is suanach sadail duit-si,
Buile S. 46.1 , cf. 110.15 . nír bhó soinmheach sadhal báttarsom
for a ccionn at ease, FM vi 1918.8 . As adv.: sluindfitit co
sádail sin | dia ndálaib `at their ease', Met. Dinds. iii 76.139 .
do neoch no biadh go sadhul `for one that seeketh for solace',
BCC 392.26 .
5(b) of sleep sound, restful : as sádhail in cotlud a fuilidh,
Cóir Anm. 202 . ro fhind . . . Dia suan sadhal . . . i nAdam,
BB 16b20 . cid cia ro chodal co sadail ┐ co suantrom, MR
110.21 .
(c) of places peaceful, calm, settled : Durmach . . . | sathal
10sochraidh, ZCP xii 394.33 . sádal fid forard `peaceful is the . . .
forest
', Ériu vii 4.20 . sosta sádhaile `easy stations', CCath. 603 ,
cf. 772 . robi . . . in rigi . . . sadal . . . sithemail, Cog. 100.x .
(d) of persons peaceable, easy-going : dáine sídamla sádaili,
LL 228b36 ( TTr. 857 ). don chraíbh mhallshádhail mhilis,
15 IGT Decl. ex. 1876 . Usually in bad sense: mad sādal sērech
indolent, ease-loving (of a cleric), ZCP vii 298.y . niba suanach
sadail im grad in Coimded, Ir. Texts iii 3 § 7 . maoth seasgar
sádhal (i.e. from easy living), Desid. 348 . Cf. a n-álgusa
sádhala, p. 14 n . bean shádhal voluptuous (?), IGT Dec. § 116 .
20 mná slemna sādhaile, ZCP viii 209.16 .
Various. Of the human eye languid : tré shúil mallshádhail
Uí Bh., Aithd. D. 4.9 . 'mod rosg ndeaghshádhal, DDána
114.28 . sádhul barr . . . do roisg `steady' (of a chieftain's eye
in danger), Magauran 1340 . Of the god Saturn: in tshigen
25Shatuirn shádail, LL 230a19 ( TTr. 952 ). rind sadal Saduirnn,
CCath. 1027 . biadh sádhail luxurious, TSh. 8315 .
As subst.: sádhal ar mnaoi mBéirre i mbrugh lives in com-
fort
, Magauran 2121 .