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cíana

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n (-ae , f.) (cían) length; distance . Of time: fri ciana móir for a long time. LU 3289 ( SCC 8 ). re ciana, Anecd. i 12.6 = re[e] ciana, SCano 371 (see 1 ré). ro bói i n-essíd fris i c.¤ (fri cíano, v.l.) had long been at war with him, IT i 75.20 . conna rabdis innach ciana ina ecmais gl. non patiebantur diu abesse, Rawl. B 512, 74d cited Plummer MS. notes. nocho ro-fhuirgius . . . iat hi ciana cen almsain do thabairt doib for long, PH 6032 . a mbátar . . . ciana for imlúad, LU 1864 . d'imigh ciana seal `long ago', Hackett² xlix 13 . Of distance: is garg fri c.¤ cocrích, LU 3642 ( SCC 31 ) `against distant countries', SGS vii 63 . dianot imredinn ciana (in rhetoric), LL 13820 . nodiubraictis . . . i ciana uatha `far away from them', CCath. 6148 . sechtar laithrind . . . a ndul uad imach i ciana, Laws iii 286.4 Comm. téid . . . / . . . i gciana ó ḟéin Uladh, Arch. Hib. i 88 § 30 . céim i gciana, Ir. Syll. Poetry 33 § 4 . ar bá herrderc a cc.¤ (of St. Mochuda), BNnÉ 296 § 30 .

Possibly also in the phrases i cíanaib, ó chíanaib given s. cían.

essíd

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Forms: ésid, eissíd, eísíth, eissídh, n-esíd, n-esíd, esíd

n o, n., later m. (síd) g s. ind ésid , Ml. 50b5 . eissíd, Studies 1921, 589 . eísíth, O'Gr. Cat. 376.10 . eissídh, CCath. 3027 . Measgra D. 179 . Unpeace, strife, dissension; hostility; destruction; also in concrete sense a hostile act, outrage: a n-esíd (gl. exitium) Ml. 73a2 . isán esíd (gl. in exitium) 15d1 . 48d7 . (in: a n-esíd 34a17 a n- is perh. poss., ref. to populus: the destruction of them, and then the word is used as vn.). ní bia essíd ndo (gl. solidi et quieti [imperii]) 67c14 . ho ésid .i. ho aircuir (exitio) 45c5 . ind esíd (g s.) (gl. excidii) 50b5 . robói i n-essíd fris i cíana, IT i 75.19 . do erig aqo eisith they quarrelled Metr. Dinds. iii 358.38 . ro eírigh imtnúth ┐ eissidh etír D. ┐ R., Expugn. Hib. 9 (eissigh MS.). M....dochuir d'Eirinn a hessídh removed strife from Ireland BNnÉ 281.6 . ní fes...fa fo síth nó fo eisíth for peace or war AFM iii 286.4 . dá ndeachar uaibh fa eissíodh in enmity TD 3.21 . ferr sith ┐ charatrad na Troianda oldás a n-eisith better peace...with the T. than to be at strife with them TTr.² 261 . ic denam eissídha na R. `promoting dissension amongst the R.' CCath. 3027 . im[a] tuarccaibhsium ar coccad ┐ ar n-eissidh, 5046 . Poimp ar tús tug an t-eisíoth (an e.¤ v.l.) P. began the quarrel TD 18.19 . réiteach caingean, cosg eissíodh, TD 27.16 . fulang ainbhreath nó eissídh, 21.15 . orra a síodh orra a n-eisíoth surety for their peaceful or warlike acts (?) 9.50 . deich longa fiched...ba mór in foirionn eisiodh (of a piratical expedition), Duan. F. i 68.25 . i mbailtibh eisíth `in hostile quarters' O'Gr. Cat. 376.10 . mé an peacach...lán d'fuathmhaireacht is d'eissíoth, A. Ó Dálaigh xix 8 . gan eissídh (: tír), Content. vi 46 .

essídach

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Forms: essídaig

adj o-ā ( essíd ) unpeaceful, quarrelsome: n p. raptar essídaig , LL 263a6 = MU 10.6 .

saidid

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: said, saidi-siu, saidid, saides, sedait, sedda, settai, setta, suidiath, sudioth, saided, nosaided, nosaiditis, sius, seiss, rasisset, sessed, sesed, sessad, shuided, sestais, seiss, sés, sesed, sessar, síasair, siasur, siadair, siasatár, sīassadar, du-n-essid, dessid, desid, dofessid, dofesid, dessid, doesetar, eisetar, ndesitar, deissitar, ndestetar, destetar, suide, saidis, suidid, shuidiub, suidfe, dessid, deisidhis, deisidheadar, ndeisidhetar

v i, later suidid sits. Depon. in pret.

Early forms: Ipv. 2 s. said, TBC-I¹ 957 (suid, LU). Indic. pres. 2 s. saidi-siu, Ml. 101c6 . 3 s. saidid, Trip.² 916 . forsa-said, SR 617 . rel. saides, LU 10026 . 3 pl. sedait, LU 4921 (= saigid, TBC-I¹ 436 ). rel. sedda, LU 8358 ( FB 24 ). settai, 8368 (ib.). ? setta, 8325 (ib.). Cf. Sagen pp. 36 - 7 . But see ZCP xxiv 236-37 . Impf. 3 s. ? suidiath, ACC 10 ( RC xx 160 ) = sudioth, LU 575 , cf. RC xxxvi 375 - 6 . saided, SR 4514 . nosaided, Goid. 101.35 . 3 pl. nosaiditis, ib. Subj. pres. 1 s. i sius , Thes. ii 357.17 ( Hy. vii ), see KZ xxxi 97 and Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 604 . 2 s. seiss, LU 8242 ( FB 19 ), LL 49b9 ( Hail Brigit § 1 ). Translated as fut., GOI § 384 . ? 3 pl. rasisset, Metr. Dinds. iii 202.43 (perh. to ro-saig). Subj. impf. 3 s. no sessed , Ml. 135a13 . nicon sesed , Mon. Tall. 140.9 . co sessad , Rawl. 107b49 = coro shuided , LL 186a44 , RC xxvi 12.7 . 3 pl. forsa sestais , TBC-I¹ 3451 . ? Cf. séis .i. do shuidheadh, O'Cl. Fut 3 s. seiss, Wb. 26a8 . SR 8266 , 8273 . Cf. sés (séis, v.l.), ZCP ix 452.1 (Baile Bricin). Used as pret., LL 108a22 , 109a6 , 42 ( RC xiv 402 § 9 , 406 § 15 , 408.z ). Condit. 3 s. ro sesed , LU 6469 (TBC) = TBC-LL¹ 2619 . Pret. 1 s. co sessar , MacCongl. 93.2 . 3 s. síasair, Hy. v 1 . siasur, RC xii 78 § 71 . Cf. síasair .i. suidhe, O'Cl. siadair, Four Songs 8 , see Thurn. ZCP xvi 274 . 3 pl. siasatár, LU 5299 = sīassadar, TBC-I¹ 822 . See also under fut. supra. Perf. 1 s. forsn-dessad-sa, Metr. Dinds. iii 440.3 . 3 s. -desid, Wb. 3a7 . du-n-essid , Ml. 121a11 . amal donesfid (leg. -essid ), Wb. 26a8 . dessid, SR 3745 , cf. 1381 , 2156 , 4447 , 6131 , 7567 . desid, LU 9735 . With f-: dofessid, LL 125b47 . dofesid, TBC-I¹ 3163 , 3174 (YBL). dofeisid, Corm. Y 825 ( Anecd. iv 70.10 ) = dessid, LB ( Corm. 27.37 ). 3 pl. doesetar, TBC-I¹ 3164 . do eisetar , SG 71.25 . co ndesitar , LU 8274 ( FB 21 ). deissitar, Trip.² 1107 . for ndestetar , LU 6792 = fors ṅdestatar, BDD² 306 . destetar, TBC-LL¹ 5214 .

Vn. suide.

The stem said- is early superseded by suid-, though still used occas. as a wk. vb., pret. 3 s. saidis, MacCongl. 53.4 . suidid follows wk. conjug., with b-fut. (1 s. -suidheabh, DDána 88.26 . ní shuidiub , 3 s. noco suidfe , Ériu v 224.75 ). But the pret. 3 s. form dessid continues in use till comparatively late: 3 s. deisidhis, Ériu iv 176.7 . 3 pl. deisidheadar, AFM i 528.15 . co ndeisidhetar , MR 264.17 . The use of the stem suid- in transitive (causative) sense is found in 1 suidid and compds. in -suidi, and in the later verb 2 suidid (from suidigidir).

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(a) sits, sits down (in wide sense): dunessid gl. (in planitiem) desedisse, Ml. 121a11 . Aron . . . | saided 'sin tabernacuil, SR 4514 . seiss i suidiu a miadamla | Mac Dé athar, 8273 . suidfid . . . for a chathair rígda, LU 2318 . sedait Ulaid imbi . . . isin tig, 4921 = saigid, TBC-I¹ 436 . seiss C. for rubu na rígrátha, LL 109a42 ( RC xiv 412 ) (fut. for pret.). suid for mo deis, PH 2282 . said sīs . . . co n-imberam fidchill, TBC-I¹ 957 = suid, LU. asbert B. ris dula coro shuided i n-inud ollaman, RC xxvi 12.7 = co sessad hi suide, Rawl. 107b49 . dessid M. . . . | for ochair na conaire, SR 3745 . nach tan atraig ┐ . . . nach dand suides whenever he rises and whenever he sits down, Mon. Tall. 140.20 . dessid ocon muicc, Sc.M² 8 . an t-inadh a suidhenn an t-i[m]peri sin dochum a choda, Maund. 192 . deisid in cleireach isin chathair, Ériu v 28.12 . carn forndessad-sa innossa, Metr. Dinds. iii 440.3 . do shuidhdis for a n-attib comoil, Marco P. 84 . co n-eisid for a ucht, Lism. L. 4434 . do suidestar T. . . . hi cathair ollamnachta Coicid Connacht, Ann. Conn. 1270.18 . is amlaid doesetar ┐ a ṅglūne fri talmain, TBC-I¹ 3164 . deisitar for colba in tigi, ACL iii 224.29 . With direct obj.: dessid Hīruphīn 'he sat upon cherubim', SR (Adam and Eve) 48.1381​​​​ .

(b) of birds: perches, alights : forsa-said ind énlaith, SR 617 . in chaill . . . fora ndesetar na heonu . . . ┐ in dairbre fora ndessid in t-én mor, RC xvii 395.4 , 5 . suidfit brain for bernadaib, LL 48a26 ( SG 373.16 ). dula don eon co n-essidh for barr crainn, Lism. L. 2512 .

(c) alights, halts, rests (in a place): co ndessetar i Slemain Mide, TBC-LL¹ 5095 . tainic A. co riacht Corca Tri, co ndeisidh a tigh righ Corca Tri, Ériu ii 186.4 . ro sesed ubull for cach óenfinna would remain adhering, LU 6469 (TBC2).

(d) settles down, dwells : dessid Dímain for Drobeóil . . . dessid Cappa i nGlind Dá nGrúad, Metr. Dinds. iii 90.30 . ? rasisset in nem iarsain may they rest in heaven (leg. i nem?), 202.43 . a sein dacūaidh isan Rōim | Grigair . . . | is ra suidh 'san Rōim . . . | go raibi 'na hab[d]ainecht, ZCP viii 114.31 . Augustin tra dessid hi sossud uasal epscoip, Anecd. iii 70.23 . co roisetar dia mbothnaid et ro saidsitar co finim a uit, ACL iii 311.12 . Oileach i suidheadh síol Néill, L. Cl. A. B. 183.81 .

(e) with cogn. acc.: síasair (.i. ro saidestar) suide eōin i n-ailt `she sat the seat of a bird' (i.e. perched like a bird), Hy. v 1 . suidfit . . . sudi nemthrócar for richessaib, LU 2415 . Cf. sé[i]s na trī suidiu, id est suide Cīarāin ┐ Comān ┐ Crōnān, ZCP ix 452.1 .

(f) encamps, sits in blockade: do suidestar ar Fiad Ratha Cruachan co setrech sirchalma, Ann. Conn. 1309.3 . ro shuidh Iarla of Esex re haghaidh chathraig Dh., AFM vi 2114.11 . ro shuidh friu as a haithle `came to an engagement', v 1756.2 . Cf. do shuidh comhairle na millteach i bhfoslongphort rém ucht = consilium malignantium obsedit me, TSh. 3380 .

(g) slán seiss lit. `mayst thou rest in safety' (formula of greeting): slan seiss a Brigit co mbuaid, LL 49b9 ( Hail Brigit § 1 ). slán seiss, a Emer, LU 8242 ( FB 19 ). See GOI § 384 . As nominal phr.: `missi latt' ar Midir mass | `ar sligid co rop slán seiss' that thou mayst fare safely, Ériu vii 225 § 50 . nirbo slan seis donti ro thinchaisg, BB 415a32 . Cf. mo slān sēis don dae nach dūr, ZCP v 489 § 11 (B. na f.).

(h) saidid for settles on, falls to the lot of: dessid ordan ┐ rath Abraim for Isaac, Rawl. 73a34 . deissidh digal . . . | for sil clainne Cuinn, AU 942 (i 462.8) , cf. Bruchst. § 124 . mic Crundmáil forsndessid cin, Metr. Dinds. ii 24.91 (essid, eissead, v.ll.). nīamdath bennachtan . . . Patraic | . . . | dofessid for Cathal, Bruchst. § 6 ( IT iii 41 § 43 ). Cf. siadair deann da cach dinn, RC v 202.1 . `Farbe setzte sich auf jeden Hügel', Thurn. ZCP xvi 274 .

(i) stands still, pauses, comes to a stand, remains : ō doessith in cath fo chumlund when the battle remained evenly contested, Fianaig. 34.17 (cited also RC xiii 454 n. 4 ). tāngator . . . dia ndūinibh, ┐ nī fó aithis fomhela . . . rosaidhsiutt dia ccuairt n-eachtra did they rest from their warlike circuit, ZCP xiv 265.12 . Impers. dessid doib issin longphort they remained, TBC-LL¹ 2137 (batar, St. tarrastar, Eg.). ? Impers. pass. cobair guirt arbai nó feóir . . . acht sedair isuidiu occu co dia[i]d lái provided they remain at the task (?), Ériu ii 210.3 (sedur, segar, v.ll.).

(j) in phrases with prepp. LA, OC, etc. decided to, arranged to, adopted (a plan, course of action) (only in perf.): is fair deisid léo, TTr.² 139 . conid sí dál forsndessid this was the tryst agreed upon, Metr. Dinds. ii 4.40 . conadh fair deisidh oca ua N. . . . dionnsaicchidh, AFM v 1612.x . as fair deisidh lais techt i cricha na hAffraici, CCath. 2867 . as fair desidh leó . . . cath d'fogra for C., Leb. Gab.(i) 80.25 . With comairle, etc., as subj.: desid léu in chomairle sin, Trip.² 588 . deisid ocae airisemh they decided to halt, RC xxi 314 ( BDC 31 ). deisidh . . . leo an comhairle sin, BNnÉ 40 § 79 . ho desid for lán tria foilsigud tri recht `when it (sin) had been superabundantly established through its manifestation by (the) Law', Wb. 3a7 . ó desid ógi na cretmi la firu Hérenn when the purity of the faith of the Irish had been proved (founded, established?), Trip. 562.6 = RC vi 163.x ( LU 9735 ). Cf. is for sund dofeisidear breatha buaín ┐ ambuaín la feine `are known' (based, decided?), Laws iv 62.15 .