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scailp (scalp) n[f.?] cleft, fissure, chasm (in rock): s. ¤ a uerbo
scalpio .i. lomraim, Corm. Y 1185 . cor-raba forsind liic īar
cúl in dūine fo s. ¤ and beneath an opening in the rock, 698(60.2
= fond licc, 3 ). scalp (given as ex. of wd. of five letters),
80 Auraic. 1230 = sgailp, 4540 . a n-aitriubh . . . i scailpib
(scalpaibh, v.l.) carracc (of serpents), CCath. 3083 , cf. 3959 .
i s. ¤ cairrci, 4009 . ro ḟágaibh . . . a curach a scalpaibh carrag,
Ériu iii 154 § 7 . a sgalpaibh cruadhcharrag, Buile S. 22.9 .
a s. ¤ comhadhpail cairrgi, Fl. Earls 162.9 . annsna gleanntuibh
85fá scealpaibh na ccarrac `clefts', Isa. lvii 5 . a scealpuibh na
ccarrac, Jerem. xlix 16 . ? is do deacraib in domain | buain
mela ar mecnaib ibaír | a s. ¤ for conaib gearraib | longad i
ceallaib scibair, BB 299a15 . Of a person: s. ¤ ingini maeili
duibhi, Acall. 1901 (a different wd.? See under 1 scairb).

scailpide n(scailp?): co cualatar . . . na gotha demnacda ┐ in
5ngolgaire ṅgruamda n-allta scalpide aduathmar isin aer os
cind in tempuil, LB 152b54 .

1 scailt n name of a fruit: da cliabh do scaltaibh purpair = scaltis
. . . purpureis, BNnÉ 74 § 136 . n d s. sc(c)ailt, 75 § 138 . See
Notes.

10 2 scailt, scailtid xsee scoilt, etc.

scaílte io, iā part. of scaílid. scattered, divided; released, loosed :
roptis do reṅga rigthi ┐ do chethramthain scāilte sundered
apart
, TBC² 1183 . tho ḟolt scailti . . . for cach n-oénleth, SR
1601 . delb hiruphin . . . | co scathaib a scíath scailte spread
15out
, 4316 . a fhuilt scailte b'a cendaib, PH 393 . fuilt sgaoilte,
TD 24.24 . a lumman find fírscailti ina dīaid `widespread',
Aisl. MC 65.1 . nach robhadur a boill sgailti mar cach (of the
child Christ), Smaointe B. Chr. 310 . ger sccáilte ind aittrebh
sin, do ba nemh-sccaoilte a cconuersaid ┐ a ccoccús `though
20their dwellings were divided from one another
', BNnÉ 49 § 30 .
ben sgaoilte gan fher free, unbound, O'Hussey TC 169.2 . na
mic nach bí sgaoilte ó lámhsmacht a n-aithreach who are still
under the control of their fathers
, TSh. 5122 . cunnradh sgaoilte
dissolved, Ir. Texts iv 104.11 . In moral sense: a sheanbhaidh
25sgaoilte sgannalaigh `ô vieille sotte dissolue', RC xxiii 18.5 . ar
mhórán do dhaoinibh sgaoilte na hÉireann, TSh. 3543 .
In metrics used of quatrains where the end words of lines
a and c are not connected by consonance (`Assonanz', Thurn.)
with those of b and d, see Thurn., IT iii 136 , Meyer, Primer
30 § 15 . In deibide scaílte (the usual form), b and d do not con-
sonate, see IT iii 147 .

1 scaíltech adj o, ā (scaílte) scattered, dispersed, separated : ger bó
sgailtech tricha cet na nGailian fo feraib Erenn were distributed
among the men of Ireland
, TBC p. 67 n. 5 (St. = discailtig,
35LL). ropsat scuchtha scailtecha scénmhara (of troops), MR
254.7 . roba scaoiltech . . . a sluagh co fuineadh greiniu (gl. on
fodlaigh), Leb. Gab. 154 n. 3 . scaoilteach iad ann gach aon-
aird, Keat. Poems 1180 . rocuadar . . . co scailteach easraiti
da trebaib, CCath. 2583 . dream nár sgaoílteach ó bhuídhnibh
40`who were not stragglers from troops (?)', Duan. Finn ii 278 § 109 .
fiacla . . . scaoilteacha, neamh-iomlána, Corp. Astron. 74.25 .
le neichib sgailteacha dissolvent, 23 P 10³, 61b23 . generous,
lavish : do bhí sé caithmheach scaiptheach scaoilteach (of a
chief), Hackett xxxix 148 . scailtech ar maeruib mac Grainne
45 the son of G. is generous to stewards, Ir. Texts ii 46 § 10 . In
moral sense dissolute : gan do cheimniughadh do bheith . . .
utmall na scailteach = quod incessus non sit . . . dissolutus,
ITS xxix 138.31 . gidh cruaidh leis an duine sgailteach . . . a
cheartughadh = homini dissoluto, 183.13 . sgaoilteach na
50beatha of dissolute life, Mac Aingil 112.12 . Metr. = scaílte:
rannaigecht scailtech, IT iii 26.y .

2 scaíltech n[ā,f.?] (scaílte) diarrhoea (?): sgaoiltech uatha ar
fheruibh Alban | d'ēis gach āgha, Sc. G. St. ii 78.1 .

scaíltige n[f.] (1 scaíltech): o luaimhnighi in adbuir ┐ ona
55sgailtighi rarity, tenuity , Rosa Ang. 320.12 .

scaim xsee scam.

scainder n ā (somet. also k),f. scainnear f., IGT Decl. § 54 (107.
10) . fight, conflict, skirmish : scanner etir fhiru Muighi I. ┐
Airghiallu, AU i 588.y . scanner crodha eter Feru L. ┐ Tuaith
60R., ii 68.z , cf. 88.z . suighis . . . E. ar laim congmala a sgeith
in gach sgainnir, Ériu xi 189.29 . betit debtha ┐ irgala ┐
scandlacha ┐ scandrecha eturru, TBC 246 . nir sguirsit don
sgainnir gur sgithiged a lama, Celt. Rev. iv 120.14 . i scainnir
sciath-buain, MR 162.25 . da scaindir do cor idir Dh. ┐ Ua M.
65`two rencounters', FM ii 834.z . co ndernsat scaindreacha móra
imon dún, 860.x . dorochair . . . i ffriothguin na sgainnre, iii
196.5 . ro fighedh sccainner crodha etorro, vi 1890.18 . gur
scibset do'n lathair ó na laocscaindrechaib, Caithr. Thoirdh.
21.38 . minscainnre mellta `skirmishes', MR 302.3 . defeat,
70 rout : is hé . . . dorat scaindir for bantracht . . . na cíchloisc[th]i,
TTr.² 56 . dobérad scandir for in slúagh, 1173 . go huair sguir
na sgainnre, Magauran 1287 . nír an tar éis na sgainnreach |
fer cumaind, IGT Decl. ex. 1386 , `after the scatterings' (of the
disciples after the Crucifixion), PBocht 23.12 . Note also: as
75moide a luaighidecht . . . o Dia gac scainder da tugthai go
bregach dó `false charge', BCC 72 (58.21) (cf. scandal).

scainderda = scaindrech (but perh. g s. of scaindred or part.
of scaindrid): in sgíath sgainneardha, Duan. Finn i 36.27 .

scaindrech adj o, ā (scainder) battlesome, contentious : ri bernus
80cath | scainreach congalach cocthach, BB 47a37 .

scaindred, scandrad [u and o,m.] vn. of scaindrid. sgainn-
readh m., IGT Decl. § 11 (55.11) . Verbs § 82 (sgannradh, v.l.).
(a) act of scattering, dispersing (cf. scaíled): iarna srethud ┐
scailiud ┐ scandrud fo crichaib . . . na hEtali, LB 227b22 . for
85scailed ┐ for scainnredh fo maigib na T., CCath. 5806 . ar
coingheall gan scaoileadh no scainreadh oraile dhoibh, Leb.
Gab. 80.3 . gan sccaoileadh no sccaindreadh as an innell sin,
FM v 1644.17 . ro léicceadh sccaoíleadh ┐ sccanradh dá
sccemheltachaibh, vi 1962.8 . is in focal is senchus iarna
scandrad i ndlighedhaib after its division into separate laws,
5 Laws i 126.14 Comm . secht comartadha déc deagtagra .i. . . .
scannrud briathar separating (defining?) of words, RC xlv 37.6 .
(b) of battles rout, defeat : ro gab. . . C. s. ¤ ┐ répad ┐ mudugud
in tṡluáig, TFerbe 732 . is hé darat s. ¤ ┐ scaíliud forsin ṁban-
trocht, LL 223a17 ( TTr. 431 ). in rebradh ┐ in scannradh tuc P.
10for sluagaib na R., Aen. 2536 . fobraidh scanrudh ┐ sgaileadh
for sluagaib na T., 2621 . an scailed ┐ an scannrad tuc ar in
fein, CF 684 . an scaoíleadh ┐ an scaindreadh tugadh for a
sochraide, FM iii 292.6 .
(c) frightening, terrifying, taking fright (?) (cf. sense in spoken
15Ir.): can scainredh gan fannughadh `without taking fright',
CCath. 5831 . cúigear athach . . . | gur mhór an sgannradh dul
'na gcóir (`it was dangerous to approach them'), Oss. vi 200.z .
tig fós don pheacadh sgannradh an ghrádha, TSh. 9387 .