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1 arcat

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num o (cf. 1 cét?) expld. as hundred: ní rúalae nech in mag sa . . . nád ruband comainm n-arcait (glossed vulnerare centum, note), Comp. CC 31 § 27 , ZCP iii 237 § 27 . arcadd a mbelra na filed cét, iss ed etercertar ┐ iss ed fil issuide; nach ruássæ in ingin do tapairt ar aitheth conrubar ceut feur, ZCP iii 245 § 53 . ? ua clerigh . . . / a.¤ ar lín leth fairre, IT iii 101 § 181 . Nia Corbb . . . / cāine airt, ara oirt airgtib `zu Hunderten', Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 27 § 1 . argad no aírgead .i. céd, O'Cl. P. O'C.

argat

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Forms: argad, airgead, argad

n o, n. Later m. argad , airgead m., IGT Decl. § 11 . argad : slabhradh, IGT Decl. ex. 471 . : damnadh, PBocht 7.24 (see note).

(a) the metal silver: a n-a.¤ nglan, Ml. 31d10 . amal slaidred ṅargait gl. reprobum argentum, 85b7 . arged ab argento , Corm. Y 18 . gasne arggait (of a person), Thes. ii 295.15 . in sét argait, 345.1 (Hy. v) = arggait, 346.4 . ríthæ in tech sin . . . ar chumil n-arggit, 240.2 (Ardm.). cumal do or ┐ a.¤ , Ériu xvi 37 § 3 . gell . . . di arggut, Críth G. 283 . a.¤ n-án n-oigthiagerna (arget (arcat) n-ard v.l.), Anecd. ii 58.12 . ra mbiad arcat ┐ ór, LU 3318 ( SCC 11 ). ór nó airccet, Trip.² 1120 . míleach argit, BDD² 673 . cassán gelairgit isin brot, LU 6295 (TBC). tricha escra do airgiut oengil Espáne, TFerbe 404 . loc i mbi mein airgit, Laws i 170.17 Comm. conn-esnaduib oir ┐ arccuid, IT iii 238.107 . arget ar crannaib, LL 13869 . a lámha d'airgead (of an image), TSh. 56 . a.¤ beó quicksilver: detach in airgit beó, Rosa Angl. 258.6 . Cf. airgat.

(b) As object of value, currency etc. (cf. airgeint): cia duberat a.¤ daitsiu nulla argenti . . . permotatione , Ml. 73d12 . du fuillem argait gl. ad usuram, 36a24 . cim .i. arget ┐ don argat dobeirt[h]i i cís d'Fomorib atroille ainmniugud, Corm. Y 304 . cimb .i. airget, O'Dav. 354 . cerb .i. argad , Corm. Y 381 . unga arcait for fer imthéit co n-eri, Ériu ii 204 § 23 . ni nais uma na hairgead na hor, Laws iv 36.1 . triar brathar dia tart a n-athair tini argaít, Irish Texts i 17 § 50 . sena.¤ fil acut, LL 361 marg. sup. d'athchuinnge airgeit, ZCP viii 201 § 12 . d'iarraidh airgid, DDána 13.3 . airgead croise caoile nó salfás, L. Cl. A. B. 42.18 .

Of money: monad nua . . . do denam ind Erinn ┐ trecad in arcit do bi inte air-sin, Ann. Conn. 1252.2 . argiod fállsa counterfeit money, Párl. na mB. 3907 . drochairgiod, 1862 .

(c) Of special types of silver: lan ind [ḟ]innfaidhig Patraicc do argut gil o cheniul E. do Patraicc `the full of Patrick's F. (name of a bell) of white silver', AU i 464.z . Cf. tri lan cluicc na rig d'ofrail arcit, Ann. Conn. 1244.5 . cuit in cét fir . . . ungi dargut gil, Cog. 94.6 . tri ficit uinge d'airget ghil, AFM ii 818.4 . LL 312a9 ff. mentions three grades: arggat bruthi (refined), argget mar bess (average) and arggat.

Compds. Mainly in nn.pr. and nn. loc. -án: macc Airgetáin, Trip. ii 514.2 (perh. deriv.). ¤-bran: fid nallabrach ┐ arggatbrain, Thes. ii 293.1 . ¤-dán, see Loth, Rev. des Études Anciennes xxi 263 - 270 . ¤-ibar: mac Argatibair, LL 312a55 . ¤-lám: Nuodai Aircetlaum, RC xii 100 § 133 . Núadha Airgettlamh, Leb. Gab.(i) 148.y . la Nuadat n-argetlaim, LL 981 (cf. airgetlam). ¤-már: Argatmár, LL 2508 . Sīrlām mac Argatmāir, ZCP viii 303.6 . ¤-nia: admuiniur m'argetnia I invoke my silver champion, Misc. Hib. 19 § 2 . ? ¤-ṡrón: tri meic Argatroin, LU 7623 . ¤-glenn: i n-Argatglind, ZCP iii 42 § 8 . ¤-nél: isin maig tess Arggatnéul, Imr. Brain 8 . ¤-ros: Argetros, LL 2287 .

brechtugud

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x brechtnugud: in crandoic . . . d'or ┐ d'argad co n-ilbr. (n-ilbrechtnudh, v.l.) delb ┐ torathar . . . inti, TTebe 487 .

1 cerb

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n silver : c.¤ .i. argad , Corm. Y 381 . O'Curry 1487 ( H 3.18, 663 ). See also O'Cl. and Lec. Gl. s.v. cearb . Cf. bichearb ┐ bichim Mercury or quick-silver , Eg. Gl. 725 . ? Here: tri nói saiget argait gil / immon bil tria crechad cirb, Metr. Dinds. iii 122.32 (`through dint of hewing'). (`engraver', Gloss.).

? COMPD. meoir bar chorn cherblán, SG 241.27 (`silver horns').

1 cerd

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Forms: ceard, cearda, cerd, ceirde, ceird, ceirde, cearda, cearda, cearda, cherda, cerda, cerda(e), cearda, cerdda, cerdai, cerda, cherdu, d'órcheardai, cerdada, cert

n ā, f. See O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 159 f. In sense (a) ceard (ón duine), m. g s. cearda, IGT Decl. § 95 . In sense (b) cerd (ón cheird) f. g s. ceirde, § 39 ; ceird f. g s. ceirde, cearda, § 43 . Cf. also g s. na cearda , Laws v 104.19 Comm. in cearda , 106.1 Comm. . iii 192.8 Comm. in cherda , IT iii 60 § 120 (na cerda , v.l.). Also cerda(e): n s. cearda, Corp. Gen. 219.37 (cerd, v.l.). cerdda, Cymmr. xiv 130.9 . in cerdai , ZCP iii 222.10 (cerd, v.l.). d s. cerda, Laws v 114.18 . do cherdu , LL 25486 (: dú). ? d'órcheardai, Leb. Cert.² 2187 . Cf. n pl. cerdada, Bodl. Dinds. 3 .

(a) craftsman, artisan (most freq. of a gold- and silver-smith): cert qui idula aere faciebat gl. Alaxander (aerrarius), Wb. 30d21 . inna cerdae `of the potter', Ml. 18a12 . roth cruind forsa ndenat na cerda in lestrai, b4 . in sét arggait nád chombaig / in ch.¤ , Thes. ii 346.4 ( Hy. v 77 ). lasin cerddai (ceirdai, v.l.) gl. lasin ceird, 33 (79 Comm.). aided con na cerda inso la Coin Culaind, LU 4971 . Cauland cerdd, 4975 (TBC). ó Choin cherda Conchobair (i.e. Cú Chulaind), 3573 ( SCC 29 ). do Choin na Cerdda, LL 20187 . cerdda ┐ círmaire, LU 2217 . cuislennach, c.¤, gobha, Ériu xiii 23.2 . cerda . . . ┐ aes caca dana olcena, Laws v 90.20 ( cerda .i. imrid in t-or, 25 Comm. ). is diles in tor ┐ in tairget ┐ in tuma a cerdcha in goband ┐ noco diles i cerdcha in cerda, uair aithne indeithbir hé i cerdcha in gobann, ┐ nocon edh a cerdcha in cerda, iii 192.6 , 8 Comm. c.¤ gl. figulus, Ir. Gl. 508 . D. . . . gaba . . . ┐ ceard ┐ scribnid togaide . . . is he . . . daroine .ccc. clog ┐ .ccc. bacall ┐ .ccc. soscelai, Fél. cxxxi.x. mac na cerdda cosin céir, LL 18785 . I. ainm na cerda ro berb in n-ór, 2024 . cathbarr B. . . . c.¤ Ó. . . . dorigne, Airne F. 97 . dugnith dno C. c.¤ na semonn, RC xii 94 § 122 . do-ratsat in argat-sin for tír cherda potter's field, PH 3241 . mac cerdai nó fir fogní nách aicdi éicin di ór nó argad , FDG² 867 . leag a hoirthior na hInnia, / . . . / niamhthar le ceard gcineolta that is polished by a native craftsman, Aithd. D. 16.47 . céard copair, 2 Timothy iv 14 . ceard na críadh, Romans ix 21 . do chérd an óir, Mac Aingil 1139 . Fig. P. is ceard don chlúi-sin `P. who is the artificer of that fame', O'R. Poems 298 . lé cérduibh an chlaoinchreidimh (sc. the founders of Protestantism), Mac Aingil 4170 .

C.¤ na cruinne (na ndúl, etc.) God : c.¤ na cruinne, BNnÉ 196 § 22 . mo chobhair ar Cheird na ndúl!, Dánta Gr. 65.19 . ceard na n-uile, DDána 27a.16 .

Applied to poets: in c.¤ mac ūi Dulsaine, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 93.25; cf. 92.y). ni c.¤ gan bunadus tothachta, O'D. 2208 (Nero A vii, 144a). Cf. c.¤ cen tothacht .i. cin foghluim ndligi[d], O'Dav. 1568 .

In n. pr. m. Robartach mac Mic na Cerda, CS 164.20 . C.¤ m. Cerdda Bice, Corp. Gen. 219.27 .

(b) handicraft, art, skill, accomplishment, feat; hence occupation, office, way of life, practice, characteristic behaviour : mu menma céin im saincheirdd, Thes. ii 293.15 . cōrus a cherdæ (of a poet), Corm. Y 276 . tarchomlad cach óes dána . . . cor tasfen cách a ch.¤ fíad Patraic, LU 9773 . ar lín a ch.¤ he is so accomplished, 8316 (rhet.). asa cheird cumachtaig (.i. a cumachta a chleirchecta dognidsom sein, 740 ( ACC 42 ). indearbh cach i cceird aroile, Ériu xiii 20.16 . imdhínsiomh ceirte insult to one's art(?), 25.6 . fornesa ceard neicse donessa cerd niumuis, 56 § 32 (cf. O'Dav. 861 ). fristoing cerd cainti `he renounces the satirist's art', O'Dav. 872 . 869 . oca oileamhain hi cerdaibh clothamræ .i. āine, alaidhe ┐ erlabhra, etc., ZCP xiv 219.11 . fó mo ch.¤ láechdachta, LU 6169 (TBC). ac óenmummib daronsat ceird gnimrada gaile ┐ gascid, LL 10052 . aided Gríse co ceird chrúi `skilled in bloody arts', Metr. Dinds. iii 134.19 . ceird chrúi .i. ceird imdheargtha no ceird bhásaighthe, O'Cl. iarn[a] trascrad trienar c.¤-ne `by our craft', RC xii 90 § 109 . cach dan dognīat lāmhae is c.¤ dongairther, O'Mulc. 222 . rob ingnadh le cāch a ceird `their skill' (in music and dancing), Ériu iv 174 § 9 . mairg thréicios cléirchecht ar cheird / do cherdaib in domnáin deirg, SG 51.y . lucht na ceirde cedna (sc. building), Stair Erc. 1626 . gion gur cheárrd mná an nídh sin, Oss. iii 136.19 . seachnaidh cionta ón cheird do-ní `avoids faults by her manner of life', Magauran 1516 . nach roibhi . . . aenc.¤ rob annsa les nā fiadhach, ZCP vi 53.x . cusin ceird n-inglain n-eillnighthi ro herailedh forro .i. comrucc a lanamhnus fri aroile, Grail 3059 . an ceard do-roighne Ruaidhrí what R. has done, DDána 76.4 . ní ceard duit déanamh míoghaoil `it is not for Thee to be false to Thy kin-duty', Aithd. D. 71.31 . ceird ríoghna `a queen's part', A. Ó Dálaigh vii 6 . tús cerdi do Ch. i.e. C. was entitled to receive a poet's first composition after he had finished his schooling, LB 238cb56 . Concr.: cathaīr ingnathaig forsa raibi imarcaid sairsi ┐ c.¤ n-eladnach embellishment, Grail 1663 . Freq. of magical practices: no gniad druidechta ┐ certa commain, LU 9007 ( FB 75 , H). See commann for cerddib suíthe gentliucta, LL 1051 . ceird thosaigh .i. ceird dhraoidheachda, O'Cl. See toṡúgad.

Attrib. g s. fear cerda, ma fithír, ní ba raith feilmic mana biatha `a man of art, if a professor, cannot be surety for a pupil, unless he has fed him', Laws iv 236.15 . fer certa fri molad ┐ air, i 18.7 Comm. óes cherdd, Críth G. 281 . cléir aesa ceirdd, Trip.² 2382 (= praecones, 2385 ; dona druthaib, 2395 ) = cliar aesa dana, Lat. Lives 55.12 . don luchd céirde, Acts xix 24 . lucht ceirde na cathrach tradesmen, Fl. Earls 98.y .

? rop tānaisi triūin crepscuil / c.¤ promtha Petair apstail, Corm. Y 325 .

do-ecra

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Forms: tecraid, tecar

Orig. prob. simple verb tecraid based on tecar (*to-in-cor). Deut. forms may be back-formations from this. Vn. tecar. See also tinchor.

Arranges, disposes, arrays, collects, assembles: do-d-eccrai os betha bann | srethaib ilretha rétlann arrays (the celestial Hierarchy) in ranks of stars circling with varied speed, SR 717 . do heccra[d] in tech do ór ┐ do argad , RC xvi 41 ( Dinds. 91 ). ratecrad ┐ ratimsaiged trelam in tromlestair (of ship Argo) was collected together, LL 218b29 ( TTr. 122 ). ratheccraisetar Troianni . . . cach óén ra-esróided díb sechnón na hAssia brought together, marshalled, mustered, 227a9 (725). ruire echtach . . . immo tteccraitís mór-sluaigh, AFM 899 (`round whom great hosts arrayed themselves', Bruchst. § 117 , but possibly whom great hosts used to protect, from imm-tecrathar). teagrais C. ceithre catha marshalled four battalions, Content. ii 6 . tegrad 'san Almainn(e) . . . congháir churadh in A. was assembled a concourse of warriors, Duan. F. i 70 . ise tall rostecair | loc[h]ta imda airchetail which has collected, Auraic. 2189 (= rosteacal, Lec. 328a27 ). már ngal, már ngris, már ngaes, már n-indtech n-écomlainn doraecar baes great conflicts . . . hath folly brought about (?), SG 321 . refed derg-óir dil . . . | 'n-a reib ragloin ecros ornn | tecros anmain a h-ifrinn (leg. hifurnn) the chain of gold . . . which gets the soul out of hell (of the Beatitudes), Lec. 347a19 . is gairit dobadais a cur amugu in chisti móir do theacrais the treasure thou didst acquire, YBL 152b20 . tri treba don leith andes . . . is a trí tecrais cech mbuaid | frisin n-eclais a fir-thuaid (of arrangement of tribes round the Tabernacle), SR 4439 . lanamnus comtincuir .i. lanamain is cutrama aca tecartar tír ┐ indile who acquire equal land and cattle, Laws ii 358 Comm. (`in whose case an equal amount of stock and land is contributed', Plummer MS. notes. Cf. ? do-inecra, tinchor). ? blai dúnaid la tuatha techtai tecraiter, LL 293b31 , cf. ZCP xi 83 . ? tecor folad mbritheman .i. da tecarthar ni da folaid cruid on breithemain `if any part of his wealth . . . be kept from the Brehon', Laws i 234 Comm.

ind(ḟ)úar

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adj o, ā (5 in- + (f)úar).

(a) very cold, chilly, cool, refreshing: cnáim ind íaich ettig innúair, LL 129b22 . ro adnacht ... a leabaid innḟuair, Acall. 1204. a maduin oighridh innḟuair, 3524 . in drúcht innḟúar álainn-si, IGT Decl. ex. 1691. corránic in n-áth n-indúar, Ériu v 221.21 . cet tengad aig athlom innuar `a hundred sharp ready cool tongues,' Cog. 50.15 . ór bog ┐ argad ionnúar, IGT Decl. ex. 471. a airne ionnúara `its refreshing sloes,' BS 110.8 . i madain focchmair fionnḟuair, AFM ii 932.7 . Compar. and superl.: do thalmain caithid a cuid, docum cumad innfuaire doibh é `that it may be cooler for them,' Maund. § 39. Adv. ina suidhe go hionnḟuar ... aerdha ar colba a hiomdhaidhe, Ériu v 76.35 .

As subst., cold: tolcha corra Cháoille an Drúadh | as áoighe (áoidhe, v.l.) orra an t-ionnúar, IGT Decl. ex. 1620.

(b) Fig. refreshing, pleasing, entertaining: sgaoith d'uirsgéalaibh ionnuara, TD 3 § 30. do-ghéan gréas ionnuar aoire `I shall compose a refreshing piece of censure,' § 50 . téid don fhlaith ionfhuair fhaoilidh, 31 § 4. bliadhain iomshlán d'Aonghas Ruadh | re hucht ngill ar ghrés n-ionnfhuar `for delicate work,' Studies 1920, 2 § 5 .

1 rec(c)aid

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v ā. denom. from 2 rec(c), 1 reic(c); comes into use in early Mid.Ir., often in juxtaposition with renaid which it finally supplants. Occas. with palatal stem reic-. vn. supplied by 1 reic(c). Part. nec. rectha, q.v.

sells, barters, exchanges , with FRI of pers. to whom the sale is made: ni rir (.i. niro recc), Thes. ii 327.40 ( Hy. v 6 Comm. ). díol, reac `sell, pay', Eg. Gl. 217 . `In recai in cumail?' `Reacfat' ol D., Lism. L. 1184 (cf. ren in cumail, 1185 ). rot-míll Esáu a prímgentecht, corus recc fria a brathair, PH 8400 . recustar comorbu Pedair cis Erenn fri Saxanaib, Ériu iv 244.7 . ro recsam ar n-oenbrathair, SR 3624 . ro recsabar, 3636 . ro recsat Patraic i tuascert Dal Araide, Trip. 414.7 . Ochtauin . . . do reac re hIoruaidh an tír, Content. vi 76 . reac leam . . . do c[h]eart-beirthe sell me thy birthright , Gen. xxv 31 . do reac na ba leis na Sasanachaibh, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 33.4 . reic mé rem dhearbhráthair ndil, a ghealmháthair Dhé! `ransom me . . . thou and my dear brother ' (?), A. Ó Dálaigh xix 2 (reac v.l.). (Fig.) ro recustar no ro choillestar toil a chuirp, LB 239a54 ( ACC 102 Comm. ). ? ba leo riġe Cassil chóir . . . in fed batar ina thír | niro recsat bríg na báig they did not barter, part with (?) their power or warlike spirit , LL 146a44 = niro chrechsat, ZCP xii 379.17 .

With AR of price or equivalent: ní recfaind-se brathair mo mathar bar ríg n-aile I would not exchange . . . for any other king , TBC-LL¹ 1626 = ní rriri bráthair a máthar ar rig n-aile, LU 5606 . rec ar egna do miri exchange thy folly for wisdom , ZCP xii 386.29 . do reacais Dia ar a deich fichead, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxvi 2 (said to Judas). nit recfider sund ar argad `hier wirst Du nicht für Silber verkauft werden', Anecd. i 7.17 (s. Z. f. roman. Phil. 43, 395.3 ). do recad deichnebur ar .xx. dib ar aenpingind `he used to sell thirty of them for one penny', Maund. 78 . do reic [Esáu] a oighreacht ar chorn praisge, TSh. 8319 , cf. 3454 (do reac).

Occas. with stem rac-: as mesa mé iná Iudas, ór racaim thú ar nísa lugha, Mac Aingil 52.17 . gé gur racadar é, 432.1 .

1 seiche, seithe

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Last Revised: 2019

Forms: seiche, seithe, seichedh

n t, f. seiche (seithi, v.l.), IGT Decl. § 7 . seithe, § 160 .

(a) the hide of an animal : croicend . . . gaimen. . . . Ainm coitc[h]end dōib siche, Corm. Y 242 . ōn nōi ōenṡeiched (i.e. a boat covered with one hide only), 229 . s.¤ gl. corium, Ir. Gl. 732 . codul .i. s.¤, ut est i curchán cen chodail .i. gin lethur uime .i. gin tṡeichid, O'Dav. 442 (gloss on Fél. Dec. 8 ). luid for muir hi curuch oenṡeichi, Trip.² 2633 . a dondúathróic . . . do formna cethri ndamseched ndartada, LU 6423 . in tseche i n-ecrus atcondarc fil iarna chúl. is í truaill a claidib insin, 7224 (BDD). in sechi cusan argad the sack with the silver, SCano 106 . seichida ┐ iarand ┐ saland (in a cargo), Laws iii 426.23 Comm . bo-s.¤ i coirtgead da ban-asa, ┐ dam-s.¤ i coirt-geadh da fer-asa `a cow-hide for (stripping off it) the barking of a pair of woman's shoes', iv 148.19-20 Comm . seche cech lis a Midhe a hide from every fort in Meath (a special contribution), CS 244.15 . seicheadha na dtarbh, Keat. ii 5449 . do loisc an feóil ┐ an tṡeithe, Levit. ix 11 . clann Chathail na seitheach, 23 E 26, 263.y . gen. used attributively, leathern : cochall seichedh , Irish Texts ii 33 § 18 .

Used to place food upon: dona hublaib bátar forsna sechedaib, MacCongl. 47.11 . snédis C. in sechid cona húblaib dō, 51.23 . ba hass for sechid, 73.19 (of something profitless). nibdar caera ar seichi, Ériu vii 242.6 . Cf. ba cǣra for gaimen, MacCongl. 73.19 .

As part of the gear connected with the drying and winnowing of corn and with fishing: aithgin na atha cona comhobair .i. scuab, s.¤ ┐ susta, Laws iii 264.14 Comm . na susta ┐ in tseichi, Ériu v 34.15 . loscad in chléib ┐ na seched ┐ na timthach (penalty for fishing on Sunday), ii 208 § 29 .

a ṡechi corcra! a chac ar maslaidh (terms of contempt), IT iii 88 § 106 . robdar saera robdur sruithi | nibdar caera ar seichi (? i.e. they were not insignificant), Ériu vii 242.8 .

(b) the human skin : is lais ībait fiäich fuil | for seichib ic Derclūachair, ZCP xii 234 § 47 (Baile in Scáil). is cirbbide m'fheoil da seche (sic MS.) issí om, PRIA xix 542 § 9 ( LL 146b17 ). sáithid slegha i slesaib | slaitidh seichidh curadh, Caithr. Thoirdh. 112.21 .

inge seiche tightness of the skin: hi cudbud .i. nomen doloris .i. ingiu (glossed: nó iṅg, M) sechi, LU 1139 (ACC Comm.). nech praindes co fúiri galar ndó no conadgeib inggi a sechi `till his skin gets tight', Ériu vii 148 § 10 .

stíall

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Forms: stéill

n ā, f. (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 199 ). Note also n. pl. tri stéill , LU 8731 , TBFr. 74 . strip, panel, slat, zone, border (consisting of cloth, wood, metal, etc.).

(a) Of clothes, etc.: sdīall .i. is dī īall idi .i. dī lēinid. Uel quasi stiad .i. is dī īadtar in muinchille, Corm. Y 1182 . ? `stiall' fúathróg ro fionnadh, Metr. Gl. 15 § 35 . stēlla dubglasso impu ┐ bruit līn dark grey bands (?) (of crotbuilg harp-bags), ZCP iv 36.4 = sella, TBFr. 103 .

(b) Of the structure of houses, furniture, etc.: sdiall .i. clár, go sdiallaibh airgid .i. go gcláraibh, O'Cl. tri stéill chréduma i taulaich in taige three bronze slats, LU 8731 ( FB 55 ). trí stéill chrédumai i n-aulaith cecha imda, secht stíalla umai ón damdabaich co cléithe issin tig, TBFr. 74 (`rods', Études Celt. ii 3 § 7 ). imduí Conchobair i n-airenuch in tigi co stiallaib airgit . . . cona steill airgit uasind ríg . . . inum (sic leg.) no búaled Concobar co fleisc rígda in steill contoítis Ulaid uli fris, LU 10124 ff . sdiall airgid aenghil a timchell na corudh sin `a border' (of an enclosed weir), BCC 386.28 .

(c) Common in phr. s.¤ ar chopur, apparently some kind of panelling or wainscoting used in the construction of houses: stiall ar capar d'airged `a wainscot of silver', RC xxvi 136 § 10 = ix 18 § 15 . stiall ar chapur d'argad glang[lu]air, Snedg. u. Mac R 9 § 10 . stiall ar capar do deircibar cach teach, Anecd. i 1.5 . stiall ar chopur do derggibur a teg ┐ na imdada `a wainscot of red yew', Ériu iv 30 § 21 . tuilg umpa d'iobhar .i. sdiall ar chapur, TFrag. 8.10 . s.¤ ar chapur hé íar n-íchtur ┐ tugi slinded íar n-úachtur (a house), LU 10122 .

Ref. perh. to land, territory in: treb Zabuloin na stiall ng[l]an, LB 124a51 = treabh Stabulon na stiall nglan (`of the bright girdles'), Keat. iii 2035 (cf. the compd. ¤phortach infra and Joshua xix 10 ff . ). Perh. torn strip in: do ní strócach ┐ stialla dhíobh, ITS xxiv 74.4 (or leg. stiallad?). Cf. stíall, strócadh `rent', Eg. Gl. 544a (cf. stíallaid).

Note also: cro a ssdiallaib, Laws i 152.26 Comm . , etymol. gloss on: im criol, 150.9 .

Compds. ? ¤acra: stiallacra cach ropach ferge dogniat carait, O'Curry 228 ( H 3.18, 124 ). ¤bán having white strips (ref. to clothes?): tri meic Beóain meic Stairn stialbain, LL 7b18 ( Leb. Gab.(i) 90.18 ). ¤chleth panel, stave (?): ceand esgrach na naballgort | adbha dona hiathbheachaibh | muine lucair ara lar | ata sdabh do sdiallcleathaib, IT iii 89 § 113 . ? ¤chúis: eachtrannaigh eatortha le stiallchúis (sic MSS.) áir, Hackett xvii 3 (Ed. prints stiallchas = stiallachas tearing, rending). ¤phortach possessing land in strips (? cf. LB 124a51 supra): in tres crand . . . la treb sdialportaig Zabulon, BB 244b37 = la treib Zabuloin, YBL 295a25 .