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scaíl n(cf. scaílid) scattering, dispersion (?): ri dorigni scail int
sluaig, SR 2769 . ocht ṁbliadna sescat, ni scail (: bliadnaib),
2257 . dobeir thaphunn foraib, corosfodail hiscail, Hib. Min.
70.24 . lodar sin for scail a hErinn for teithcheadh in galair,
BB 27a29 = do lodur sin for scail Erend for teiched an galair,
5 Lec. 276ra21 . iar scail Erenn, BB 27b14 . go rachdís a sgaol ┐
a ngealtaidheacht `would go mad', ITS xxiv 96.30 (see Gloss.).
do chuaidh se a timceall caislein Innsi ┐ hUa Domnaill aile fo
sgáil ann . . . ag a muinntir fein free, at large, AU iii 180.7 . fa
sgaoil atá an trócuire mercy has been let loose, set in motion,
10 DDána 7.9 . a léigean fá sgáoil `to let him go', Acts iii 13 . ar
na ligean fá sgáoil, iv 23 .

scáile Given by Edd. as f., but appar. m. at Ir. Astr. Tr. 92.27 ;
niamh sgáile chladhaigh (: samhail), Magauran 945 . Somet.
also scáil. n(a) shadow : fo sgaile an croind, BNnÉ 113 § 2 . mar
15leanus in sgaile in corp, RC xlix 22.13 . scail na talman, Ir.
Astr. Tr. 84.11 . scaili na talman . . . an trath gluaisis an re
. . . do tuaiscert an scaili sin, 92.25 - 7 . s. ¤ na slíabh, Judges
ix 36 . go tteithid na scáileadha rompa `until . . . the shadows
flee away
', Cant. iv 6 . do chuadar so uile seocha amhail sgáile
20= transierunt . . . velut umbra, TSh. 946 . i sgáile an bháis,
4150 . s. ¤ an bháis, Job xxxviii 17 .
(b) reflexion, image : nī ro dēch riam a gnūis for a scāile
(mirror?) (of St. Brigit), ZCP xii 293.15 . silleadh ar a s. ¤ féin
i n-uisce, Keat. ii 5445 . go ngabhthar sgáile iomlán (sic leg.) na
25gréine i sgathán, Eochairsg. 67.13 . mo sgáile féin dá bhfaicinn
if I could see myself, PBocht 15.9 , cf. O'Gr. Cat. 346.34 .
(c) sheen, brightness, appearance, mark, trace : sgáile an
chruinne is gaoi gréine (`shadows and sunbeams'), PBocht 3.32 .
a sgáile na tuinne is teagh `o chart of the sea-path home (?)',
30 13.45 . sgáile ghairthe na ngruadh `her cheeks' bright sheen',
11A.4 . a sgáile gheal (of a building), DDána 119.6 . atcondairc
fosgadh ┐ fíor-s. ¤ iatha . . . i nimchein uaidh, Leb. Gab. 242.19 .
bí deallradh ┐ lonnradh . . . ag déanamh sgáile dá shúilibh
dazzling his eyes, TSh. 9847 . scáil a scórnaighe fó mbíonn
35scim ar aol the hue of her throat (?), Hackett xi 24 . sleagh
ghéar . . . | le sgáile méar marks of fingers, Aithd. D. 8.36 , see
note. sgáile gach tuaighe n-a t(h)aobh `every axe . . . had its
edge marked
', Magauran 719 . niamh sgáile chladhaigh n-a
céibh (of a parting in hair), 945 . sgáile daoine traces of people,
40 2611 .
(d) fig. a mere shadow, semblance, illusion : gan acht sgáile
m'óige ann, PBocht 27.31 . duilleabhar an domhain-se | . . . |
is sgáile é nó is aisling, DDána 76.6 . nír dherg sí tre náire
neach, | ní sgáile í re heineach she is no mere shadow in genero-
45sity
(?), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 212.48 . mac A. . . . | nach sgáile idir
d'éigse is no mere semblance of a poet (?), 229.92 . monuar is
fábhal scáil nó aisling mo dhóigh, Hackett xii 21 . sgáile na
sochar saoghalta, TSh. 9851 . ní fhuil . . . dom scéimh acht
scáil bheag, Keat. Poems 516 . as diomhain gach ni da ttucais
50damh; óir ní fhuil acht sgáile ann (of fairy gold), BNnÉ 117
§ 30 . tháinig sgáileadha na droinge ceudna i riochtaibh
dragún ghosts, Eochairsg. 102.36 .
? ind eoin aile íarma | don sceóin scíamda s. ¤ `of that lovely
spectral terror
', Met. Dinds. iv 212.22 .

55 scáilech adj o, ā (scáile): an chláirseach . . . | donnsgáileach `brown-
shadowed
' (of brown hue?), Studies 1923, 598 § 10 .

scaíled u and o,m. vn. of scaílid. Cf. scailid, BB 433b39 , Ir.
Astr. Tr. 42.z (perh. for scaíliud). IGT Verbs § 71 (224.22) .
I Act of scattering, dispersing : spréigheadh, scaoiledh,
60sreathnugha[dh], Eg. Gl. 531 . (a) of persons: is i scoíliud ┐ i
n-esréidiud no bíad a chenel, Trip.² 2657 . batar i nEmain
corbo amm scáilti dóib. Luid cách díb da thig a athar till it
was time for them to disperse
, TBC 1013 . fassughudh Laigen
. . . ┐ a scailedh fo Erinn `a scattering of its people', RC xviii
6537.26 . dogéntar scáiled na n-apstal for cech leth, PH 3006 .
[ar] scaoiledh na scoile fon doman uile, Laws i 20.10 Comm .
dul do Themraig ┐ scailed do denam ina degaid disband,
Acall. 5249 . go hionbhuidh sgaoilte don sgail, DDána 73.17 .
fatha sgaoilidh na sgoile, Ir. Review 1913, 595 § 12 . ni ro
70leiccit sccaoileadh doibh co rangattar Eas Dara `made no
delay
' (= did not disband), FM iii 82.13 . ro léiccsiot scaoíleadh
dá n-amhsaibh ar n-íc a ttuilmhe, v 1660.x . Cf. leagur scailed
dhoib `let them alone' (of marauders), Lism. L. 3177 (or in
meaning II (b)?). In sense of routing, scattering in battle
75(usually with scaindred, q.v.): is hé darat scaindred ┐ scáiliud
forsin ṁbantrocht . . . na cíchloiscthe, TTr. 431 .
(b) other applications: in tinid atchonnaircaisthi (sic) do
todail (.i. do sgailed) damh-sa = ex me exeuntem, Trip.² 224 .
inni fir-bis aice do beo-dilib . . . do comscailed uad .i. . . .
80scaile[d] a set dissipating, Laws v 438.12 Comm . sgaíled néll
dispersing clouds, IGT Decl. ex. 1237 . tearc do chommór . . . |
ar sgaoileadh each nó áirgheadh, DDána 74.64 .
(c) act of destroying : cen templu na n-idal do scailiud acht
a coisecrad do Dia, Anecd. iii 70.17 . is comairt ar cnamaib ┐
85is scailedh ar sciathaib (of weapons), Ériu viii 24.1 . ni do
scáiled rechta tanac-sa . . . acht is dia chomailliud to annul,
PH 4767 . flaithes cen scailedh, Lism. L. 3860 . sgaoileadh
gan sgur `utter ruin', Magauran 3118 .
(d) dissipating (feelings, etc.): ní cás duid sgaoileadh dom
sgíos `to ease my distress', A. Ó Dálaigh xxi 9 . sgaoileadh
5eolchuire, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 147.40 .
(e) act of disseminating (stories, etc.): a fhir scailid na scél
tall, Ir. Texts ii 56 § 48 . ni fhuil litir da laghad | nar scoiletar
na scola (of the reverence paid to Colum Cille's writings),
87 § 4 . mithidh dhamh sgaoileadh dom sgéal ` 'tis time to tell
10my tale
', PBocht 11A.8 . ag sgaoileadh an sgrioptúir spreading
the gospel
, DDána 59.21 .
(f) various: debaid . . . no scaile[d] fight, contention (?), Laws
i 176.10 Comm . , cf. mannar .i. sgailed, O'Dav. 1255 . mannar
.i. sgáoileadh, O'Cl. cerbo tri haicmeda re scailed iadsen, rob
15en aicme iar mbunudas iad `though they were three tribes
through division
' (i.e. by divergence from root-stock), Ériu ii
180.21 . a amus . . . d'urchor pilér i scaoileadh a éidedh plata
`in the opening of his plate armour', FM vi 2026.15 . sgaoileadh
beoil = fissura labiorum, 23 K 42, 297.3 . an fual . . . aga mbíd
20sgaoilte cruinne = urina . . . habens resolutiones rotundas,
127.18 . fá scaoiltibh ród nEórpa the divergent roads of E.,
Hackett xxi 14 . as i naduir an aeir . . . dul a scailedh ┐ a letni
`to spread', Ir. Astr. Tr. 54.7 .
II (a) act of opening, undoing : scailiud murgabla srotha
25Lygir, BB 373a30 = tuaslucud in murgabail, LL 159b30 =
scáiled in mur-gabuil . . . | cos'tathig Ligir `to release the . . .
inlet
', Met. Dinds. iii 194.9 . imrulae Críst . . . asin chengul . . .
cin scáiliud glais nó gemli, Ériu ii 200.10 . scailedh `loosening'
(of stakes), Laws i 236.6 Comm . oc scailed a fuilt, PH 1354 .
30 trillsi liatha . . . for scáiliudh ┐ for esrethiudh ima cenn, CCath.
408 .
(b) act of releasing, loosing : ic scailiud dér, TFerbe 608 .
sgaoileadh cáigh san cheangail-sin (the Crucifixion), DDána
54.19 . go dtiubhradh P. airgead dó dho chionn a sgaoilte,
35 Acts xxiv 26 . sanntaigim scailedh on corp, Smaointe B. Chr.
6019 . atá mian oram sgaoileadh dhíom, nó bheith arnam
sgaoileadh = cupio dissolvi, TSh. 2706 . fuil do scaoileadh
blood-letting, Corp. Astron. 54.28 .
(c) act of unfolding, spreading out (a covering, etc.): brat do
40sgailedh ara cind, Laws iv 186.8 Comm . iar sgaoileadh a
mbratach unfurling, Mart. Don. xxix 17 . scailed sroill, Ir.
Texts ii 64 § 6 .
(d) act of elucidating, solving : ag sgaoileadh ceasd, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 125.43 . an cheist seo chuirim is urasa scaoileadh to
45solve it
, Keat. Poems 1577 . craobh coibhneasa Clann Eachach
| . . . | dá sgaoileadh um laoidh elucidating them, Ir. Texts iv
49 § 2 . lucht sgaoilte gég ngeinealaigh `those who unravel
genealogical branches
', Studies 1920, 567 § 15 . Note also: fá
réir na scol do scaoiled supplying the wants of the poets, O'Gr.
50Cat. 508.16 .