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Saxain pn o,m. (orig. n,m.?) (Lat. Saxones) pl. only the Saxons,
frequ. also Saxon-land, England: Sagsuin, Saghsuin . . . ón tír
┐ óna dáoinibh, IGT Decl. § 153 . for Saxanu, AU 866 (i 376.
18) . re Saxanaibh, 892 (410.7) . i n-airiur Saxan, 912(426.11) .
cath for . . . Bretnu ┐ Saxanu, 951(470.3) . do indarbbu
5echtarchiníuil .i. fri Saxanu, Críth Gabl. 523 . i n-iartur-
desciurt Sacsan . . . i ndesciurt Sachsan, Fél. 188 (Aug. 24) =
i Saxanaib, Fél.² cxxxii . nert Saxan, LU 202 = Sachsan, 204 .
coro innarbsat Saxono, 220 . taifnitir S. ¤ coa longaib, 227 . ro
chathaig fri Saxanu, 253 . for tír sachsan sciathanglas, IT iii
1087.z . Saxas . . . o raiter S. ¤ , MacCarthy 288.6 . dorochair i
cath fri Saxanu, Dinds. 122 ( RC xvi 74 ). ic slataigecht sliged
Saxan, CRR 7 . cíos rioghda Shaxan ┐ Bretan, Cog. 136.15 .
fuair da réir . . . | Sacsain féin ┐ Frangcoigh, Keat. ii 5730 .
leabhar urnuighe . . . nuaidh-eagluise na Sacson, Donl. 128.8 .
15 do rīgh Saxan, Fl. Earls 24.13 . duine uasal a S. ¤ , Mac Aingil
104.8 (perh. d s of Saxa).
See prec.

Saxanach adj o, ā (Saxa, Saxain) Saxon; English: salann S. ¤ , Aisl.
MC 61.29 . di shalonn Sacsanach, 123.20 . As subst. Sagsanach,
20 Saghsanach o,m. an Englishman, IGT Decl. § 17 . ā,f. an
Englishwoman , § 18 . n p. Sagsnaigh, Breathnaigh, A. Ó
Dálaigh liii 7 . ona Saxanachaib, RC xviii 294.1 . Niall mór
mac na Sax[an]chi `son of the Saxon woman', RC xvii 32.19 .
ré mnaoi shaxanuidh nó éirionnuidh, Mac Aingil 249.11 .
25Mod. Sasanach.
See Sagsach.

sb- xsee sp-.

scabaid xsee scaipid.

1 scabal n o,m. and ā,f. (Med.Lat. scaphula, Stokes Arch. i 318 .
30 s.v. scaiblín). large pot, cauldron : scabhal .i. aighean no coire,
O'Cl. ? scabhal .i. sgalán tíghe, ib. dobreth . . . tairr tuirc dō
i scabul, Corm. Y 825 = í scábull, Corm. 27 (leithech) = i
scabáil, Bodl. Corm. 12 . im scabul `the great cauldron', Laws i
124.4 , glossed .i. in scabel oll . . . in t-aigen bellethan, 134.1
35Comm . hi fomailt . . . do scaibaile, 166.23 . scaball cocuis
`cooking pot', iv 304.17 ( Críth Gabl. 97 ). do bīud scabail food
cooked in a cauldron, pot-meat
(?), Aisl. MC 124.38 . taul . . . ba
mmóir scabail cairech, LL 252b30 ( ZCP xviii 296.8 ). ba medi-
ter scabol tige a bolc, RC xii 86 § 92 . In npr. Ailill Ainech-
40scabaille, Trip.² 1453 .
? Compd.: cromscīath gel (sic leg.) scabalbrec, TBC² 2338
(2 scabal?).

2 scabal n(with unlen. -b-) o,m. (Lat. scapula) collar, shoulder-
piece(part of a suit of armour) : gabuis a lūirig . . . ┐ a sgabal
45(sic leg.) engach . . . im a muinél, Fianaig. 84.28 . gabhas an
sgabal eangach . . . 'ma a ghealbhrághuid `shoulder piece', ITS
xxiv 44.y . do gabad s. ¤ féithgel . . . fighte uime tar uachtar a
órlúirige `tippet', Caithr. Thoirdh. 39.33 . edir lúirigh ┐ sgabal
┐ chlaidheamh ┐ chathbharr, Ériu v 178.277 . gabhait na
50slúaig . . . a luirecha . . . ┐ a scabail cuana chumdachta fona
minnaib `helmets', Marco P. 61 . ar scibadh a lúirech . . . 'sa
s. ¤ . . . mballghlas `shoulder-pieces', Studies 1920, 417.14 .
dúntar órsgabal uichtslim | mun rígh, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 98.145 .
a thruaill sgabuil, Magauran 4340 . sgaball uinnleach óir
55chiumsach `an angular cape', Rel. Celt. ii 262.8 . le tait[nem?]
an treansgabuill, 12 . máil na s. ¤ `princes robed in armour',
Ó Bruad. i 28 § 4 . do bhúail sé rígh Israel eidir altuibh an
scabail `harness', 1 Kings xxii 34 .
Of women's ornaments: i n-eiric na sgabhal (leg. sgabal?)
60┐ na slabhradh ┐ na n-ornasg do chuiridis fa (v.l.) na muineál
necklets, ZCP iv 416.16 .
Of monks' habits: eter coilér a sccapail ┐ an nocht-bhruinne
`scapulars', BNnÉ 89.14 . ettorra ┐ a sccapail, 16 .
? Compd. see under 1 scabal.

65 ? scabar: adj co nderna . . . simnecha rebta ┐ scabur-tana toll-
scailte da luirig, CCath. 3633 (`thin, pierced and scattered
scrapings
', Stokes, taking s. ¤ as subst. Omit ┐ after rebta?).
da scaburassan ailli . . . do electair, 4668 . Hence s. ¤ .i. tana;
scabarasán .i. asán tana, O'Cl.

70 scacaid v(ON loan-word, Wortk. 148 , 189 ) strains, filters, sifts,
purifies : athghlan, scag `refine, purge, strain', Eg. Gl. 34 . scag
`strain thorow', 529 . sgactur do buain a sugha as, Rosa Ang.
296.23 . berbtur . . . ┐ sgagtur hi it should be boiled and strained,
86.18 . a thréoraidhthí dalla, sgagus an mhíoltóg ┐ shluigeas
75an cámhall, Matth. xxiii 24 . Fig. innus go sg[ag]adais na
neoil an Firenach chuguinn sprinkle, shower, Smaointe B. Chr.
366 . sa bhráth sgagthar cionnta cáigh `the world's sins are
sifted at Doom
', Dán Dé xxxi 16 . do sgag-san é dá aindeoin
`purified him (in) spite of himself' (of St Paul), vi 31 . scagfa
80mé amach as bhur measc na ceannairgthigh, Ezek. xx 38 , cf.
xxxvi 25 . Of language, literary works, etc.: ainm na mbear-
ladh . . . as ar sgagadh an ghaoidheilge out of which Gaelic was
sifted (selected
), MS. Mat. 549.35 . mar do sgagadh le Pádraic
(i.e. seanchus na hÉireann) `has been expurgated', Keat. i
8582.20 . a scríbheann dá sgagtha leam if I were to examine,
DDána 3.5 . briathra an sgrioptúir do sgag siad, 34.12 . tar
éis an sgeoil do sgag mé `after my story', PBocht 7.22 . sgol
sgagthair `scholars in training', Magauran 3634 .
Part. scactha: oighidh Taidhg dhuansgagtha Dhoill of the
polished verse
, DDána 115.4 . sgríobhtha go sgagtha sgrú-
5duighthe, TSh. 718 , cf. 5250 . Of persons proved, tested : co
raibhe sgagtha `durch . . . Prüfung', ZCP ii 352.7 . bheith
sgagtha ó ghníomh is ó ghlór, DDána 3.12 . Caitir fhíona an
ógh sgagtha `choice virgin', PBocht 14.5 . Verbal of necess.
tabhair fós páipéar is peall | fám láimh ón sgagtha sgríbheann
10`whence writing is to percolate', Studies 1923, 597 § 4 .
Vn. scacad: sgacadh, Eg. Gl. 530 . uisgi eórna . . . arna
sgagad strained barley-water, Rosa Ang. 86.2 . ag sgagad
leanna, RC xiv 26.7 . Fig. madh ail leat do lochta fein do
scagadh, ITS xxix 133.20 . lorcc na sein-leabar do lenmain go
15ham a sgagtha `till the time of their revision', BNnÉ 182 § 41 .
d'eis a sgagtha do bhi an bhen | dalta mar í nior hoiledh
trained (?), Ir. Texts ii 109 § 49 . mairg chaitheas dlús re
dhalta | . . . d'éis a dheaghsgagtha, DDána 104.1 . lionn
ionnsgagaidh, IGT Verbs ex. 402 .