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scildei, scilte, scitle n pl. (OE sceld, Bidrag 126 . Cf. Stokes,
RC xii 123 ) name of a coin: tri scildei óir `three crowns of gold',
RC xii 64 § 28 . na trí scitle-si, § 29 . na teorai scilte oir, 66 § 30 .
Apparently refers to same coin as scilling (q.v.), which is used
5in same text ( 66.1 ).

scill xsee scille.

scilla n(Lat. squilla) squill : sugh luibhi is cosmail risan sgilla,
Arch. i 325 § 15 . le oiximel sgille `oximel of squills', Rosa Ang.
148.5 .

10 scillad xsee sceilled.

scille, scillu adv. suddenly : cia consgaru scillu (text) .i. ce
ro scaraid rut e co hobund, uair scillu obunn re siu ro findair
cuich he, O'C. 1889 - 90 ( 23 P 3, 22b ) = cia conscara s. ¤ , ria siu
ro feisur fosugadh fir trathuibh laithuibh sceo aichib, O'C. 2530
15( Eg. 88, 44 (45)a ). s. ¤ (sgill, scill, v.ll.) .i. obann, ut est cia
conscara s. ¤ .i. cia scara rit é co hobann, O'Dav. 1408 . Hence
prob. `sgill' obann, Met. Gl. 27 § 38 . scill .i. obann, Lec. Gl.
200 . sgill .i. obann, O'Cl.

? scillecda: adj lecht anichis and so sis iar sin o combadud scillec-
20dha, O'Don. 943 ( H. 3.17, 660 ). Perh. a ref. to drowning of
Ír off Scellig Michil, cf. Keat. ii 88 - 92 (Plummer MS. notes).
See sceillec.

scillegda adj(scilla) squillitic : atait tri hoiximeil and .i. oiximala
diuid ┐ oiximal díuiretica ┐ oiximal sgilleagdha, 23 P 10³,
25 36a26 . Cf. scilliteca.

scillenn n(B. na f.) knife : s. ¤ (sgillenn, MS.) .i. sgian, Goid. 75
( Dúil Laithne 40 ).

scilling, scillic n(OE scilling) shilling : na teorai scillice [ḟ]úar
andíu, RC xii 66.1 (see p. 123 ). deich sgillingi, FM v 1840.9 .
30 fiche sgillinn do chíos gacha bliadna, ALC ii 354.22 . See also
under scildei.

scilliteca x(Lat. squilliticus) = scillegda: dileaghthar an t-adbar
le hoximeal diuiretica ┐ sgilliteca, 23 P 10³, 47b2 .

scilte xsee scildei.

35 scim n f.(see Marstrander, ZCP vii 402 ) (a) Med. polipody, oak-
fern : polipoidium .i. in sgim, RC ix 239.12 . polepodium .i. in
s. ¤ , 244.1 . sgim do minugad ┐ blonog muici do cur trit, Ir.
Texts v 8.1 . ceirin na sgeama, 9.28 . ceathruma sgeama,
23 P 10³, 64b25 . s. ¤ dharach, 23 K 42, 401.2 . polipodium .i.
40s. ¤ ┐ ataid 2 ghne uirthe .i. gne fhasas air na clochuibh ┐ gne
eile fhasas air na crannuibh . . . daruighe, 3 B 15 cited Rosa
Ang. Gloss. s.v. sgim. glantur é le sene, ┐ le sgim, Rosa Ang.
152.5 .
(b) film, thin coating : bíaidh sgim aolta don adhbha, | biaidh
45dhi dealradh corcardha the dwelling will have a coating of lime,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 185.141 . ? 's bí linn ag seilg ar sochair | do
sgim chrothaigh dheirg dhathaigh, 215.8 . scáil a scórnaighe
fó mbíonn s. ¤ ar aol the hue of her throat, beside which lime seems
dim
(?), Hackett xi 24 . Of coating on teeth: sgim righin fo
50na bhfiaclaibh, 23 K 42, 55.15 . fearastar scím dhraoidheachta
nár dhorcha snuadh `a magic film', E. O'Rahilly v 5 . ní bhfuil
scím ar mhínleach maolchnoc covering of grass (?) (`prosperity'),
xxvi 93 . ? do b'é an túr so súil le hÉirinn | . . . | do thásc sí
scím dá ghnaoi as a haonta (`she tendered concern and her con-
55sent for his love
'), 104 .
(c) sluggishness, torpidity (?): musgail feasda, sgar red sgim|
fada tá tu-sa i dtoirrchim, DDána 56.11 (`ostentation', Timth.
1917, vii 62 ). each . . . gan sgim, Measgra D. 15.44 (`skittish-
ness
', Gloss.).
60Compd. ? ¤ glórach: treabhann óm uiseannaibh uisce go
scímghlórach `with heavy sound', E. O'Rahilly xxi 22 .

scinansi n(Lat. squinantia) squinancy, quinsy : do'n scinansi ,
O'Gr. Cat. 196.21 . squinancia, Rosa Ang. 26.8 . sginantum
squinancy-wort (?), 286.8 .

65 ? scindairecht n(cf. sceinnid): adberad (toberat, LU) būaid
arāu scindaireacht (of horses), TBC² 1026 , `sie werden Sieg
geben der Springerkunst wegen
(?)', TBC lxxx .

scing n(ON skinn, Bidrag 140 - 1 ) covering, garment, clothes, cloak
(orig. made of skins of animals, see under scingetóir). scingeda
70┐ bruttu ┐ matlu, Ann. Inisfallen 1180 (facs. 39d1 ). benaid
inn etach ┐ in s. ¤ rigna di, LB 242b39 . cuir ditt do s. ¤ rigda, PH
452 . luírech Dé bam s. ¤ | díchras demun dímm under my
mantle
, KMMisc. 256 § 31 . gan sgiath gan sging (of a dead
pig), Ir. Texts i 29 § 34 . deich scingi cloaks, BR 68.14 . deich
75s. ¤ , 70.y (O'Reilly's `part of the trappings of a horse', cited in
note, seems unproven). tucc a each, tucc a fhalaigh | co
sccing ccorcra ccortharaigh, ZCP viii 220.7 . an sging d'ór-
shnáith anárach, A. Ó Dálaigh xl 8 . con sging con etach
righa, Ir. Texts iv 37 § 18 . ? caomhthach sging ag loinn nach
80leontar, DDána 111.22 (see Gloss. s.v. caomhthach). téighid
sginge | do sgarlóid . . . | th'ucht `garments . . . keep warm thy
. . . body
' ( Ir. Monthly 1920, 165 ), DDána 114.24 . ro smúain C. go
ndingentai sging . . . do chroicend an dobhráin `glove' (see
under scingetóir), BNnÉ 129 § 31 = 150.2 .
85Extended uses: dia loifind form sging bed-covering, bed (?),
Corm. Y 397 . Of the hide covering of a boat (?): deich sciing
for scibseat tonda, BR 204.23 ( BB 278b15 ). Of the roof of a
castle: don chúirt . . . | go sging chonnlaigh theasbhaigh
thruim, DDána 119.22 . an fhirmimeint fá imilsceing chíor-
dhuibh beneath a canopy of darkness, Hackett xxxix 55 . s. ¤
5reoidh `pellicle of frost', O'Gr. Cat. 452.6 . ár n-éigsi . . . | dá
ttí tásg Hí Eódhusa | sgeing na haithmhéile dí is dloigh the
pall of sorrow
, Studies 1923, 421 § 2 .
Compd. ¤ bert: clúana sgor fá sgingbheirt reóidh `wrapped
in a cloak of ice
', Studies 1921, 419 § 12 .