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65 scandal n(Lat. scandalum) Orig. (?) o, later also with a d s. scan-
dail f. g s. scanla, 1 Sam. xxv 39 . Occas. also with guttural
infl. in pl. (a) quarrel, contention, fight : Fearghus S. ¤ .i. s. ¤ ro
feradh imme ind aidhchi genair é dús cia óadhibh nusn-alath
`a quarrel was raised about him', Cóir Anm. 51 = scannal, Ir.
70Texts i 19 § 1 . dliged cheniuil Fergusa Scannail, § 2 . See
Études Celt. iv 118 - 19 . fichimmir s. ¤ n-and, Im. Brain 48.7
(= LU 10986 ) (Compert Mongáin). sgannul deabta, Laws ii
58.16 Comm . debtha ┐ irgala ┐ scandlacha ┐ scandrecha,
TBC 246 .
75(b) offence, cause of offence, abusive language, scandal : a
chertugud gan scandail, PH 7403 . is mairg tre tig in scannal,
7792 . ní roibi salchur na scannal a n-én acu (of birds), RC
xxiv 379.21 . tucatar . . . scandail comraidh do C. abusive lan-
guage
, BCC 115 (108.21) . draithe . . . da tucc C. scandail mór
80remhe sin fan a ndrochcreidemh whom C. had assailed, 270
(276.15) . do sgaoilis sgannail Gaoidheal `scandals', Content.
xii 2 . má do chráidhis neach . . . tré sgannoil, MS. Mat. 569.37 .
dena sgur don sgainníll ┐ don cheird inghlain re fuilidh,
Études Celt. i 79.25 . má pheacuighis a n-ait phuiblighthe . . .
85tugais sgannail uait .i. siocair uilc don mhuinntir do bhí do
láthair, Mac Aingil 264.5 . do imthigh cum a mhuinntire fein
maille re scannuil [moir] `with scandal' (? much offended, in
dudgeon
), ITS xix 40.17 . cúis mo scanla `the cause of my re-
proach
', 1 Sam. xxv 39 . do chúalaidh mé scannuil mhóráin
`slander', Ps. xxxi 13 . an té labhras scannail, Prov. x 18 . go
5ccúala mé gach uile scannlacha, Ezek. xxxv 12 .

scander, scandraid xsee scainder, scaindrid.

? scandera n pl. bracelets (?): dextralia ( Exod. xxxv 22 ) .i.
spicilla .i. s. ¤ , Thes. i 1.10 = candera, 2.30 (gloss on same wd.).

scandlach, scandalach adj o, ā (scandal) (a) quarrelsome : ro gab
10C. . . . | rígi fá tuc teora cath | scannlach, congalach, cocthach
`warlike' (Gloss.), Acall. 2524 . (b) scandalous : gur nar ┐
sganalach dhóibh `that it was a shame and a scandal to them',
Rel. Celt. ii 196.y . a sheanbhaidh sgaoilte sgannalaigh, RC
xxiii 18.5 .

15 scannán n o,m. pellicle, membrane : a theacht amach a ccionn
naoi míos . . . gan bhriseadh sgannáin, O'Hussey TC 51.13
(of birth of Christ).

scannlaigtheóir n m.(cf. scannlugad) blasphemer : o ghuth . . .
an scannluighthéora, Ps. xliv 6 .

20 scannlugad vn. formation from scandal act of offending,
blaspheming : cúis mhór dá námhuid an Tighearna do scann-
lughadh `to blaspheme', 2 Sam. xii 14 . áon don mhuinntir
bhigsi do sgannlachadh `offend', Luke xvii 2 (1827) = dhoil-
bhémeachadh, 1602 .

25 scannraigid x= scaindrid: an uair do scannraidedh | na Goill
uaidh mur tairm tenedh, Ir. Texts ii 14 § 33 .

scapaid xsee scaipid.

scapall xsee 2 scabal.

scarad u and o,m. vn. of scaraid (a) act of separating, parting :
30 sōir Lagen, lethan s. ¤ widely dispersed, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 28.4 .
s. ¤ cuirp ┐ anma, SR 1454 . sessium d'éc tussu dh'anad | leo
ní bec bar ṁbiths. ¤ , TBC 3996 . cúis ar sgartha ar thaoibh
thall `any cause why I should be separated from Thee in the next
life
', Content. xxix 37 . ar feadh laétheadh mhóide a scartha
35 vow of separation, Numb. vi 5 .
(b) with FRI: do s. ¤ fri diabul, Mon. Tall. 21 (134.30) . brōn
scartha frisna cardiu, ZCP iii 27.21 . combad tremit no biad
s. ¤ dó fri Almain, LU 3165 . súil sgaraidh re Dia the expectation
of separating from God
, DDána 24.10 . tar éis sgaraidh ris an
40ccorp dhí (of the soul), Mac Aingil 119.16 . With ó: sgaradh
ghné an aráin . . . ó ghné an fhíona, Donl. 248.24 .
(c) in the same construction act of giving up, relinquishing,
abandoning : s. ¤ fri indeb in domuin, Wb. 30a18 . ferr lium
indás anad | s. ¤ frisin ṅdomun, Fél. Ep. 368 . s. ¤ frisin clóini,
45 424 . s. ¤ frim etal, LU 3048 . bits. ¤ fri tromthuile `parting for
ever from copious plenty
', Fianaig. 12 § 20 . biths. ¤ fri imchasin
gnuisi De never to see God's face again, Ériu ii 142 § 158 .
(d) act of departing, escaping : iar n-a sgoradh do bhí beo
`after passing away from us', Aithd. D. 90.3 . ní maith sgaradh
50Luain dá lamhthaoi `to escape that Monday', 77.8 .
(e) quarrel, dissension : ar raḟetatar nabad s. ¤ mac ṁbec im
bunsachaib báisi . . . imscarad da aidlend áig na Asia (Achilles
and Hector), LL 243b22 ( TTr. 1994 ). scaradh Ulad ┐ Connacht
im choin Meic Dá-Thó, Sc.M.² 20 (R).
55(f) act of disseminating, spreading (a story): réim scartha
scél ṁbind a course of disseminating harmonious tidings, ZCP
xi 88.3 . dén scaradh do scél . . . | ná dén anad acht érigh
publish thy tidings far and wide, Caithr. Thoirdh. 102.9 .
(g) act of spreading out: lin . . . ar s. ¤ ara fiacluib sechtair
60`a net spread out', RC xiv 46.14 .
See scarthain.

scaraid v ā, Usually with ē-fut. in Mid.Ir. (noscairiub, Ml. 43a23 ,
see Thurn. Gramm. § 651 ). A t-pret. occurs in: ro scart , TBC
948 , 1382 (see under (g) infra). In Ó Bruad. also with stem
65 scéar-: rear scéar, Ó Bruad. ii 32.4 . roscéaraidh (: fhoscéalaibh), 140.10 .
re ar scéaradh, 198.23 . IGT Verbs § 28 . Vn. scarad, scarthain.
I Trans. (a) separates, parts : bendacht for ríg na nhuile |
ron scar, a c[h]naim senbuide (to a tooth), Trip.² 1625 .
scérthar a leccni, benfader a fhiacla as a chind, PH 1118 (will
70be destroyed
? Cf. (g) infra).
(b) most commonly in phr. s. ¤ x fri y separates, severs x from
y: noeb is núibhuaga . . . | scérdair frisin slóg i mmaig | bertair
isin morchathraig, SR 443 = scerthair, MacCarthy 40.14 . ni
sinn rotscar frit sluagu, SR 1735 . scéraidh soin rígh re ríghain,
75 IGT Verbs ex. 292 . Of the separation of body and soul: anim
Patraicc fria chorp | is iar sáethaib roscarad, Hy. ii 63 . bātar
tra demain ┐ aingil ic imchosnum 'mon anum ō do scarsat
frisin corp hé, Arch. iii 226.9 .
(c) in same construction deprives of, cuts off from, relieves of:
80 níb scara fri bar pecthu `(your faith) . . . doth not sever you from
your sins
', Wb. 13b19 . fear ris ro scara a cond ┐ fer ro scara
frisin domun, Laws v 234.22 . ro scar fria náire is fria nert |
dag-mnái Dáire deprived of her modesty, Met. Dinds. iii 134.11 .
cia rét . . . non-scérad fri grád Crist? in ron-scérai tréblait?
85 PH 5873 . ba lor leis do biudh inní no scaradh fri accurus as
much as would keep him from hunger
, CCath. 1183 . conid hí
ind fingal sain ro scar rīgi nÉirenn fri claind Echach D., ZCP
viii 317.14 . Dia sgéarus inn ris gach n-olc, Dán Dé xxvii 27 .
go sgarfadh an Fhiann leis a cheann would have cut off his
head
, Oss. iv 82.4 . do scar in cloidemh na deich ndeslámha
5fiched riu cut off, Comp. Con C. 113.29 . s. ¤ láma fri: atiur-sa
brethir . . . na scér-sa lama riu ca slaide ┐ ic a n-essargain I
will be unremitting in my attacks on them, TBC 4450 . cona ro
scar lāmha fris go ro eidirdelaigh a cenn rea chúilmēidhe,
ZCP xiv 232.12 .
10(d) with other prepp.: cip e . . . ingaibes na huli ulcu-sa . . .
scerthar . . . o phéin na híttad, PH 5624 . scarthais Día dá
cech dis daibh | forba (sic leg.) saethair na sen-náeimh with-
held from each pair of them
, BNnÉ 97.1 . marbhaid an t-anam
do bhríogh go sgarthar leó ó Dhia é because it is taken from
15them by God
, TSh. 1486 .
(e) with cognate accus.: nib [ṡ]ursan sccaradh sccarmait,
BNnÉ 313 § 5 .
(f) spreads out, unfolds : scarais iarum a forbrat | i taig,
glossed .i. scailis `spread', Hy. v 34 . a Brigit scar ós mo chind
20| do bratt find dom anacul, LL 308a48 ( SG 389.16 ). scar dam
. . . forgemen mo charpait fóm, TBC 3285 . scarais .i. sgaoilis
no sreathnaighis, O'Cl.
(g) in sense of do-scara destroys, knocks down :? scarais a
hech cenn abréit (`severed'), Hy. v 55 (see note). sruth aile .i.
25donither isin sruth .i. scara[s] sruth destroys, Laws v 270.25
Comm. (cf. trascrus, ib.). scarais coica rígmac im thalmain
díb foe, TBC 920 (trasgrais, v.l.). co ro scart maccu na curad
. . . ar dorus a llis, 948 . Cf. mac bec . . . bar ro scart na curaid,
1382 (.i. ro trascair, St.).
30 II Intrans. (a) separates, parts : in tan scermait when we shall
part
, Trip.² 811 . co ro scarsatar fo osadh, AU i 508.x . scarait
. . . oc Beluch da Liac, LU 2936 . scérdait far n-óendili i fat,
TBC 2796 . o chonrāngatar . . . | nī scērat is nī scarfat, RC
xxxvii 348 § 73 . o scerait, ┐ o na biat imale (landlord and
35tenant), Laws iii 144.8 Comm . ro badh ferr linn na sccarmais,
BNnÉ 313 § 5 .
(b) departs, vanishes, is dissipated : atbathsat slúaig síde
Truim | ro scarsatar a morgluind no longer do they perform
great deeds
, LU 3569 ( SC 29 ). ar na scarait (sic leg.) trí haige
40bruithi and that it be never without three boiled joints, Laws i
48.2 Comm . an lá sgéaras Dia fa dhiomdhaidh when God
departs
(`when God . . . separates us'), Dán Dé xii 7 . an uair
ghébhas [bás] do chomarba . . . ní scéra cen anmchairdes fair
he will not depart (this life), BNnÉ 14.8 . Note also: ni scel do
45scar gan dogra was disseminated, Ir. Texts ii 58 § 13 .
(c) In phr.: s. ¤ x fri y x separates, parts from y: na scarad
frisin fer, Wb. 10a3 . roscarsam frib, 24d26 . ba méite limm ni
scartha friumm, 29d8 . arna rascra a menme contra (= fri)
deum, Thes. ii 253.7 (Stowe M.). ro scarus-[s]a rut is rot'
50chlaind, SR 2031 . nomad loighi na con in gach cuilen dia
cuilena, no in cait, co ro scarsat riu, ┐ o scerait, is smacht
unnta, Laws iii 378.26 Comm . sochaide scaras fria choemu,
TBC 195 . ni scér-sa frib-si, 1140 . scerdait a óicc fria tairsech,
Thr. Hom. 110.20 . sgéarad . . . rem chloinn, DDána 57.23 .
55 bidh anos sccérfus do spiorat red chorp, BNnÉ 56 § 61 . ag
Cairbre L. trá scaraid Oirghialla . . . ré clannaibh Néill branch
off from
(in genealogy), Keat. ii 5546 .
(d) in same construction relinquishes, gives up, is without,
desists from: in tan noscairiub frisna huili deithidnea, Ml.
60 43a23 . in corp marbde frissa roscar-som, Wb. 3a14 . noscarinn
friu gl. detrimenta, 24a4 . marudscarsid fri tola, 27a30 . ro-
scarsat friae (fidem), 28a20 . roscarsat fri hiriss, 29b22 . in tain
scaras fria thola, Thes. ii 247.7 (Cambr.). 18 . ro scar fri féle,
SR 3216 . indid F. . . . | roscar fri míadh Cluana móir? AU i
65442.19 . scérait fri airfitiud in domain seo, LU 2402 . in tan
no scairiub frim chrí when I die, ZCP vii 308.26 . dia ro
scardais fria cloissin if they ceased to hear it, Ériu ii 128 § 96 .
ní scarat mná re baoís, iii 148 § 3 . Dún Tulcha . . . | ní scéra
re deg-seanchaid will never be without a good storyteller, iv
70150.z . nir scara (ní scere, v.l.) fri hordan n-old mayst thou
never lose
, IT iii 16 § 41 = Bruchst. i § 16 . do sgar sé re
meanmain móir | . . . | do bhí go dearóil dá deoin, Dán Dé ii 14 .
roscair si friom oirchisecht (: ro-chair) she has ceased to pity
me
, Buile S. 54.12 .
75Note also: doscar saerbrigh re cach clainn strength has de-
parted from every tribe
, MacCarthy 426 § 6 . go scar lán rem
lámhuibh-si `until fulness leaves my hands' (i.e. till my hands
are empty), Ériu ix 165.z . nocha sgéra brígh an bennaicht | re
síl Énna, IGT Decl. ex. 847 .
80(e) with ó: ro scaradar fir Érenn ó Themraigh ┐ ó chéili,
Comp. Con C. 114.19 .
(f) with OCUS: da scaraind gan troit is tú if you and I should
part without conflict
, TBC 3679 . gar sgar mé is mhac M.,
Aithd. D. 10.36 . ní sgéar ┐ Muire mhór, Dán Dé xxvii 34 . do
85Chinél A. . . . | dobhér uaim uille airmhe, | sgeurad sa[n]
dream . . . | is bérad leam Laoghaire (a poet recounting a
genealogy), Ir. Texts iv 51 § 18 . cionnus scerfaimne ┐ iadsomh
fri a roile, Leb. Gab. 198.15 . Note also: o'n lá thuit C. . . . |
níor sgarais ó shoin acht ar ár dtí thou hast never ceased to
pursue us
, Oss. vi 12.23 .
5 Part. brat scartha, Laws iv 184.12 . a anom ┐ a chorp . . .
sgartha ré 'roile, Desid. 6241 . air na mbeith sgartha o bheatha
Dé, Donl. xxiv 28 .