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saeglonn, -ann n o,m. poetic word; according to native glossa-
65tors chief or king; judge, brehon; aged man; pillar : saoghlonn
(.i. rīgh), ZCP v 486 § 8 (B. na f.). s. ¤ .i. brithem ┐ senoir ┐
columna, ut dicitur: saoglonn brithemh . . . | saoglonn senōir
sīr-saoglach, | saoglonn cech rī for a dū | ┐ saoglonn columnu,
O'Mulc. 857 ; the quatrain also occurs in Met. Gl. p. 4 and
70 O'Cl. saeghlonn .i. seanoir no colomna . . . Nó saeghlonn .i.
brithem, O'Dav. 1424 . saeghlann .i. breitheamh; .i. seanóir;
.i. rí; .i. colamhain no toisigh, O'Cl. lia saoglann Corcartri,
ZCP viii 102.12 (B. na f.) = do righ Corca Tri, Ériu ii 186.16 .
lenaidh sluagh saoghlann (saeglond, v.l.) an army follows a
75chief
, Anecd. ii 64.20 . congrenn saeghlonn sochaidi a chief
collects a host
, O'Dav. 411 . congreind soeghlond sochaidhe .i.
cainlenaidh in tshochaidhe don righ, O'C. 1987 ( H. 4.22 p. 24 ).
cosegat saeglann (leg. -lainn?) sloiged, Laws iii 494.5 . olc díl
i torchair mac Duind | cen síl sorthain fri sáigluind (saergluind,
80 v.l.) `leaving no prosperous seed among chieftains' (? to produce
chieftains
), Met. Dinds. iii 150.10 (metri gratia for saeglonnu?).
selb saeghlann (of Ireland), Leb. Gab. 282.6 . gell n-uinge o
cach . . . di[a] saeglonnaib, Laws iii 14.23 Comm . saolonn súl
an bhanntrachta `princely charm of ladies' eyes' (of a chief),
85 Ó Bruad. ii 150.8 . As epithet (g p.): sruthar saeglond `a lordly
river
', Met. Dinds. ii 82.41 (saiglend, v.l.). In late poetry
applied also to a woman: an tsaoghlan chailce, Hackett x 14 .

saegul n o,m. (see Ml. 43d22 infra) (Lat. saeculum, see Thurn. Gr.
p. 573 ). sáoghal, IGT Decl. § 17 (71.29) .
(a) period of life, a human lifetime : is garait ar saigul gl. uita
5nostra, Ml. 59d6 . arna tormal mo saigul n-uile i ndoiri, 119b6 .
coic bliadni deac do thormuch fora saigul-som, 16c10 . gairte
sáiguil, Wb. 11d12 . boe s. ¤ sneid, ACC 24 ( RC xx 168 ). ní
haurchor saegail damsa extension of life, BDD² 216 (see Notes).
bid fota do sh. ¤ , PH 6473 . tanic cend do shaegail, TBC 3450 .
10 gomadh rē fhada a shaeghul, ZCP vii 301 § 3 . ní rabi . . . do
sáegul ocond ríg acht airet ro bás ac taithmech na cathrach
the king's life lasted only till the demolition of the city, LU 2793 .
ocht mbliadna cetrachat cain | soegul Maire, Ériu iii 198 § 24 .
doroacht s. ¤ sír dam-sa, LL 4b22 . gan omhan báis na beag-
15shaoghail, ML 84.z . facbaid Fursa dó nem ┐ ana ┐ saegal
`long life', BColm. 96.28 . sul deach ar saoghal seachoinn ere
my life be spent
, Dán Dé iv 8 . go saorar ar chur id cheann | mo
shaoghal ó bhun go barr may my life from beginning to end be
free from opposition to Thee
, xxiii 18 . sáoghal fada, Prov. iii 2 .
20 cidh bé agaibh is sia saoghal whoever . . . lives longest, TSh.
3810 . Hence lifetime (up to a specified period), age: secht
bliadna fichet s. ¤ Chonculaind co sin C. was twenty-seven years
old at that time
, MacCarthy 304.20 . ní bía acht a s. ¤ fein aici
ó sin amach `she shall have only her own age' (of a woman re-
25leased from a long spell and restored to her youth), Maund. 33 .
With notion of condition, way of life : saoghal peata the life of
a pet animal
(an easy life), Keat. Poems 1487 .
(b) transf. of end of life : is de tainic a sáoghal, Duan. Finn i
45.x . nī tūalaing nech mo marbad | . . . | nī mō as tūalaing
30m'anacul | ōn lō tiucfus mo s[h]aeghal when my hour is come,
ZCP vii 302.29 . an donāl donī an cú . . . | issē a [i, MS.]
saoghal tāinicc is the sign of its coming death, ZCP xiii 7.15 .
Cf. do sgaradar . . . gan caradrad o ceile, et tainic saeghal a
comaind their friendship was at an end, TBC p. 532 n. 2 . gidh
35go ticfed sáegal a einigh ┐ a engnamha, Comp. Con C. 83.18 .
(c) an age, period of time, duration : isin saigul gl. in saeculum,
Ml. 43d22 . co n-ēcius duitsiu saegal do flatha ┐ cacha flatha
bīas hūait hi Temraig, ZCP xiii 373.16 . fri s. ¤ sechtmaine, viii
118 § 32 . triasin s. ¤ sír `through all eternity', PH 4330 . airechas
40nEchach iarsin | sáegul noídecdai i nEmain, Met. Dinds. iv
68.134 .
(d) the world ; rarely in physical sense (= doman): íar línad
lerg ┐ ghlenn an tsaegail, RC xxviii 312 § 8 . co forcend in
tsoegail, PH 7830 . dimaines int ṡoegail gl. mundi uanitas,
45 Gild. Lor. 10 . Cf. thrídsean do rinneadh an sáoghal, John i 10
(1827 = domhan, 1602). Generally in abstr. sense, the life
(course, ways) of the world; worldly life (in relig. lit. of this world
as opposed to heaven or to the relig. life): don fhoirind . . .
carait in s. ¤ , PH 6511 . lucht in tsoegail, 1672 . sommatu in
50shaeguil-sea, 4258 . conidh amlaidh-sin docuir G. in saegal de
(i.e. entered a monastery), ZCP vi 85.7 . I. . . . do chor an
tsaoghail de . . . ┐ dul go mainisdir Rosa C., FM iii 406.6 . do
theichis riasan saoghal (said to a friar), Content. xiv 36 .
saoghalta sin, a shaoghail, DDána 53.1 . iar bhfacbáil . . . in
55tsaeguil do ilibh dhib leanait iarsin Crist, Lism. L. 3721 . ar
sheodaibh saora an tsaoghail shuaraigh, Keat. Poems 1446 .
a shaoghail shanntaigh mheablaigh, 1566 .
(e) worldly goods, pelf : do foccuir sé dona. vii. cinedhaib sin
a roibi don ts. ¤ acu d'ferann ┐ d' oigrecht do dhíultad to re-
60nounce all they had of land
, Maund. 199 . da tucaind a fhuigind
don tsh. ¤ do déiblénu Dé, PH 7485 . do dhaoinibh iarras an
saoghal . . . ré a fhágbháil agá n-oighreadhaibh dá n-éis, TSh.
5547 .
Compds. (both the following may be for saegulrad, q.v.).
65 ¤ rath: ní fil a thotim can chath | noco tair a sáegul-rath
`worldly prosperity', Met. Dinds. iii 310.112 . ¤ rith course of
life, career : conic s. cac oen (= oín), Rawl. 84b37 . s. na bethad
doenna, PH 3991 . isin ts. in betha frecnairc, 4294 .
See saegla.

70 saegulrad n[? o,n.] (saegul) lifetime, period of life : xx. ar .c.
bliadan a sh. ¤ Moysi uile, LB 123b12 . teora bliadna .xxx. . . .
s. ¤ Crist hi talmain, 132a30 . Cf. saegul compds.

saegulta adj(-da, -la) io, iā (saegul) belonging to this world, mun-
dane, secular : forsin mbethaid s. ¤ i fhus, PH 3992 . a shantach
75na sét saegullai, 8179 . míltnecht saegulda, 681 . cennach
saegulla do denum isin tempul noem, 4516 . fer tobaig na cis
saegulla .i. Matha, 5591 . do shomhaoine saoghalta, FM vi
2012.16 . o béss saegulla, Trip.² 886 . fer saegulla a layman,
Lism. L. 4860 . cliar nó daoine saoghalta = clerici vel secu-
80lares, TSh. 4636 . a n-indmas ┐ a n-airfited saegulta do fhacbail
arin coimdid, LB 30a16 ( Thr. Hom. 92.8 ). fear na modh
saoghalta síthe of urbane manners, TD 25.4 . saoghalta sin,
a shaoghail, DDána 53.1 . cid aneolas cid lesci no cip ni
saeghuldai aile anything else in the world, LB 187a13 . gan
85duine saegalta i n-a fhochair acht in banscál no earthly person
= no one on earth, Fl. Earls 34.27 . eidir dhaoinibh saoghaltha
┐ dhaoinibh riaghaltha laymen and people in orders, Desid.
6442 . an uair do bhí mé saoghalta mar ibhse (i.e. alive), GJ iv
82b28 (Stair É. Uí Chléirigh). sluaigh shaoghalta shíodhamhla
`generous', TD 20.55 .