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cinid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cinid or dil.ie/9137

 

Forms: ciniud, cinemain

v is born, descends (from). Somet. with -nn-.

(a) Absol. Of persons: ro cinset gl. oriundi (fuerant), Ml. 26b17 . Brigit . . . / nime flatha ferr cinis the best offspring of Heaven's kingdom, Thes. ii 327.15 (Hy. v). cend a c[h]omaith nochar chin whose equal was ne'er born, ZCP xiii 10.19 . soini etir meas is mil / nocor' chind (? leg. chin) neach roḟindfadh there never lived (?) the man who would find . . ., v 22 § 17 . ó rochinebair = a nativitate tua, Aisl. Tond. 96.4 . tú an mac do chin dár gcabhair born to help us, O'R. Poems 899 . bhar gcneas caomh níor chin a shamhail (of Mary and Jesus), DDána 41.45 . gach aon dár chin ┐ dá ngeinfidhear, TSh. 2648 . With other subjects: rochinsetar (rocidsetar, rochindistair etc. v.ll.) . . . Siuir, ┐ Eóir, is Berba, Metr. Dinds. iii 238.31 . Loch Riach, is ann rochin sin, 39 . ciall . . . / ag cur cúart fom chlí do chin / gurab súairc ag seanchaidhibh the thought occurred to me(?), Duan. F. ii 66 § 2 .

(b) Folld. by prep. and noun denoting source of descent: mecon .i. mō ciness as, Corm. Y 933 . conid díb ro chinset in da tharb, IT iii 245.68 . cinsit do chlaind ruirech rāin, Fianaig. 10.20 . coro chin dia ccenél, Hugh Roe² 162.25 . is amhlaidh rochinset rīamh / . . . d'accobur fhir d'æntaidh mnā, RC xxxvii 347 § 36 . 's a chaomhchrú do chin mun ngéig (of warrior true to his stock), DDána 91.38 . an Spiorad Naomh . . . / an céadghlún do chin uime (of Trinity), 60.7 . Most freq. with ó: inna hí ro chinset ho síl Abrache, Wb. 4c6 . ar ní ro chinnset ó nach uathuth etir `they have not descended from any singular at all', Sg. 71b3 . ó Aeneas ro cinnset ind Romain, 31b5 = rucinset, PCr. 15a2 . na fineadaig ro chinsed ō Māel-Chaindig, Corp. Gen. 62.21 . amail ní roichned ō duine, ZCP iii 451.16 . Mog Tuath or chinsed Ciarraidi Luachra, xiv 50.13 . is nonbur naém bud naemdu / bad oebdu cin ó Adum, LL 28036 . Cf. ingin lesc-báin láechbuillig / cin ó Bachtir mac Buírig, Metr. Dinds. i 8.39 .

(c) In phrases. mad-cin (later mo chin) x happy, blessed is x (cf. mad-génair s.v. mad. See mochen for difft. explanation and some later developments): imda imned in cech du / ní mád chin dún mac na mná, LU 2988 ( SG 235. 11 ). Cf. a meic madatt buan / ni mad cin do cri, Anecd. ii 40 § 1 . sluaig na Banba . . . / d'adrad Chruimm Chrúaich, nímuscin `hard their hap', Metr. Dinds. iv 20.36 (nimochin, v.l.). a úaig dil fo dí / mo chin ri co rría, LU 9978 . misgais, mairg duine dobheir / ni má cin 's ni má roghein `would that he had not been born or brought forth', BS 108.14 . a mathair mad-chin i crí (of mother of Adamnán), Arch. Hib. iv 214.12 . is eol dam in lin ro gab / Herinn . . . o flaith Laegairi mad chin / cusin Tolcbuilleach n-Usnigh L. the Happy (`if it be a fault'), RC xxiv 202. 19 . beire geall gach ḟir dá aimhdheóin / mo (ma, v.l.) chin dream dhan taibhgheóir thú, IGT Decl. ex. 1308 . sgéla in chatha máir / ni má rochin chlúais / ro chluinfeadh an gháir, ZCP xiv 406.31 . Cf. créd sin acht snadhmadh andsa? / mo chin d'adhnadh m'iodhlannsa `welcome', Studies 1921, 589 § 4 . In follg. `paraphrased metri gratia ' (Binchy Celtica iv 296 ): an teghlach atá 'na tig / is dóib is áibne to chin happy are they, Acall. 796 . léim ar (sic MS.) nimh fa naomhdha an teach / is aobhdha do chin a chruth `joyous its appearance', Dán Dé xxix 19 . In class. verse also with accus.: mo chean mhnáoi, IGT Introd. § 128 . See Bard. Synt. Tr. 22.25 .

c.¤ i clí, crí, corp etc. is born : on aidche ro chin a cli / no co n-dechaid ar nefní, YBL 317b2 ( c[h]lī, Aided M. 791 ). a rigdorais rogaidhe / triasarchin i crí / . . . Isu mac De bii (of Mary), Ériu i 122.26 . mac Caithreach-fhíona . . . / is ríodha do chin i gclí, Aithd. D. 17.39 .

Vn. ciniud, cinemain.

lúaithred

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Forms: luaithre, illuaithred

n o, n. (lúaith) luaithre, Trompa na bhF. 1359 .

(a) ashes: illuaithred gl. in cinerem, Ml. 49c2 . co mboi . . . luaithred for a cennu, PH 983 . do-chuaidh ar tearmann an luaithridh (= sacco, 3 Reg. xxi 27 ), TSh. 7659. Of burnt or cremated bodies: loiscthi combu lúathred, LU 1722. cotinoiledh . . . luaithredh na corp, CCath. 3972 . 'ma luaithred chuirp in meic sin, TTebe 2259 . Of Ash Wednesday: Cedaine Luaithredh na bliadhna sa, AU iii 346.16 . co cetain an luaithridh, Études Celt. i 87.16 .

(b) dust: sluicthi alluaithred gl. consummatur . . . a puluere, Ml. 76b5 . in sonartai (sic leg.) innamúr doforsailced hil-luaithred gl. in puluerem, 118d20 . cotarait magh nOi il-luaithred destroyed, AU i 494.13 . luathred na conar, TBC-LL¹ 5057 . ré lansalchar an luaithridh, TTebe 1092 . resa n-erigfe in cined doenna do luaithred in talman i llo bratha, PH 6395. Of persons, bodies, etc.: co nderna[d] min ┐ luaithred de, Lism. L. xxi 13 (see men). bá l.¤ fochétóir he turned to dust, Imr. Brain 65 ( LU 10103 ). ar mbeith im luaith ┐ im luaithreadh dhamh, TSh. 430 = cinis et pulvis. do chre . . . ag inntogh chum luaithridh, ITS xxix 120.25 . do-ráitne sollse . . . for luaithred na marb, PH 1284.

seilche

Cite this: eDIL s.v. seilche or dil.ie/36903
Last Revised: 2019

 

n io, m. a shell-bearing animal or insect:

(a) a turtle or tortoise: selige gl. testudo, Thes. ii 226 ( PCr. 24a1 ). atat seilchedhe isinn oilen sain, ┐ ata do mét innta co mbítt munter ina cumnaib mur thighib, Maund. 164 .

(b) a snail : tic in seilchi cuciseom (viz. to the lion), co tabair sede tí 'na timchellsom, RC xx 410.3 (ACC Comm.) (`the huntsman') = selche, LB 240a64 . as imchubaid ae meic tīri ┐ feōil sheilchi dona haeib, RSláinte 1829 . berbtar . . . a nuisgi iad maille moran d[o] sheicidibh (seilchidibh, v.l.) (decoquatur in aqua cum limacibus), Rosa Angl. 104.10 . luaith seilci maille senblonac ( cinis limacum cum adipe antiqua), 206.z .

(c) of a monster : Glend in Máta .i. seilc[h]i sin, ut alii dicunt . . . in Matæ secht fichit cos lais ┐ secht cind, Dinds. 4 ( RC xv 292 ). See also muirsheilche s.v. muir.

(d) of a small cold thing or portion : la selche salli seingbline `a snail of thin lean bacon', Hib. Min. 66 § 9 . dilleachta bocht | bainbhín na míol | seilche fliuch fúar | dom driuch níor dhíol, Irish Texts i 26 § 13 (of a dead pig). seilcheog, seilchide 'a snail', O'R. Poems Cf. seilide.