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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 .

scaindrid, scandraid v(scainder) IGT Verbs § 82 . (a) trans.
20 disperses, scatters, shatters : is e . . . ro marb ┐ ro scanair bann-
tracht . . . na [cí]chlois[c]te, BB 417a20 . ro scaindre fo
Chrúaich Cera | na haindre, na hingena, Met. Dinds. iii 464.65
(metri gratia, scanrad, scaindreadh, v.ll.). amal ro scánnrait na
hapstail do forcetul na treb were sent out in different direc-
25tions
(?), LB 181a36 . den chineadh Iudaigheach, do sgaipeadh
┐ do sgannradh fá thrí rannaibh an domhain, Eochairsg.
24.29 . ? sgandram sgéith dar sgáth lannaib, Celt. Rev. iv
18.27 (scannrad sciath dar scoth lannaibh, v.l.).
(b) intrans. breaks asunder, goes to pieces : foropairset . . . ar
30gabail in dúnaid ┐ ní roscandir cen échta dóib it did not break
up
(= was not destroyed) without exploits on their part (?),
TFerbe 298 . ro cumdaiged duma . . . do fódaibh . . . ┐ gnímh
cláraigh . . . do cech leth imme na ro scailedh ┐ ná ro scan-
[d]radh ní ó céile dhe `so that no part of it might . . . scatter from
35another
', CCath. 1815 . imasae-sium fuithib . . . co scailit ┐
co scanrit remi, TTebe 3520 . gur scanradar a sceith o fae-
braibh na cloidem their shields split asunder (= were shattered),
CF 669 . Part. sceith scailtigthi, scainnertha `cleft and scat-
tered
', MR 238.25 (cf. scainderda).

40 scáinid v bursts, cleaves, parts. Trans.: maircc a haithle in
ḟleachaid láin | do sgáin Eachaid ┐ Aedh woe to him who
severed
, Arch. iii 305.5 . nachar sgáin fearg Fh. iad `and
thus stopped F.'s anger from destroying them
', Studies 1948,
319 § 20 . Intrans.: scainfid rompa in cath cernach | clanda
45Taidg fá Th. will scatter before them, Caithr. Thoirdh. 101.35 .
do scáin in comla 'na cend `the door burst in', Ériu iv 118.3 .
sluagh tré n-a sgaoilid nár sgáin, Ir. Texts iv 53 § 32 . Part. na
hóig ón mBántsrath scáinte i gcoigcríochaibh dispersed, Keat.
Poems 48 . Vn. dobeir scailid ┐ scainid forro du gach leith
50 scatters and disperses them, BB 433b39 . an torann . . . do-rinne
an charraic air sgáineadh ó chéile dhi, Dhá Sgéal Art. 1222 .

scaipech adj(scaipid) generous, bountiful : do bhí sé caithmheach
scaipeach scaoilteach, Keat. Poems 780 .

scaipid, scapaid, scabaid v disperses, scatters : ? ni ro scabad
55. . . in sruth sin ní dia n-ítaid, Alex. 656 = ni ro cobrastair,
BB 494a34 . an t-ór 's an t-airgead . . . | do bhronn, do scaip
fa seach, Hackett xxxix 214 . an tan do scapuid na neithe atá
d'fhiachaibh ortha do choigilt dá gcloinn, Donl. 98.19 . dona
háodhairibh sgriosas ┐ sgabus caóirigh, Jerem. xxiii 1 . scab-
60fuidh mé thú a measg na ttíorthann, Ezek. xxii 15 . scabfui-
ghear a ttréada, Jerem. x 21 . leis an droing . . . do sgaipeadh
. . . fá thrí rannaibh an domhain, Eochairsg. 24.29 . gur sgailed
┐ gur sgabad ó cheile uili iat, RC xxi 324.25 . do sgabadh na
cineadhacha, Isa. xxxiii 3 . mór-ghantanus na dteagasg
65críosduighe . . . do sgapadar amach bráithre . . . Oird San-
Froinsiais `published . . . by', Donl. xxi 21 . Part. tláthshop
scaipithe loose, Hackett iv 1 (sgaipighthe, MSS.).
Vn.: sgabadh, sgacadh, scarradh, Eg. Gl. 530 . is é sin
sgaipe[d] ┐ sgannra[d] ┐ sgaoile[d] do thug sé ortha, CF Eg.
70 242 . scaipeadh ┐ cnósach `spending and getting', E. O'Rahilly
xv 130 . a fhir scaipthe ceast an reachta `who resolvest . . . the
knots of the law
', Ó Bruad. ii 42 § 1 .

1 scairb n f.(orig. scarb, ā,f.?) a shallow, a ford : tar sgairb
Indbir Dub-glaissi, Acall. 2655 . as laibre iná linn is doimne |
75rinn sgairbi is ní doirbi a dol, IGT Abstr. Nouns ex. 1026 . lá
taoibh sgairbhe innsi an fhraoích, FM v 1354.12 . do bhí cēd
ar gach sgairbh sa chabhlach `a hundred men for every shallow',
Duan. Finn ii 320.3 . ? Fig. in: scairb caillighi fesguirmi
(Erichtho), CCath. 3954 (see under scailp and scairbide. Cf.
80 scarbh `cormorant', Dinn., Bidrag 106 ?). In n. loc. go Sgairbh
uachtaraigh, Keat. i 114.11 .

? 2 scairb: n nī gēbtar sailm a ndamlīag | acht sgairb is brēg ar
son fers ribaldry, obscene jest (?), ZCP ix 174 § 31 .

scairbide adj(scairb?) [io, iā] rough, disagreeable (?): aitchidh F.
85Dia um deilbh mhaith do thabairt fair, uair ba scairbighi a
dhenamh, Lism. L. 3256 , `scabrous', Stokes, comparing Lat.
scaber, scabredo, scabrosus (Gloss.). is innte so do-rinne mu
Mhac-sa in ciunus sgairbhidhi dedhinech (of Christ's death on
the Cross), Smaointe B. Chr. 4534 . See next.