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Cite this: eDIL s.v. sailchetain or


Forms: sálchuithen, sailichten

n d s. a willow-plantation (artificial formation to represent Lat. salicetum): coill mór do sailcetain , Corm. Y 1157 = do ṡailchedain, Corm. Bodl. 42 . ? Cf. inna sailchithen gl. in valle Salinarum, Ml. 77c4 , where Edd. suggest reading: sálchuithen brine pits. Ascoli Gloss. ccxxiv suggests sailichten (= salictorum).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. salchúait or


Forms: Salchóit, Sulchóid

n (sail + ? See Corm. infra). a willow copse or wood ; as n.loc.: Salchóit, Sulchóid, Hog. Onom. sailchōit .i. sail-chōit .i. cōit coill isin c[h]ombric (We. coet). Sailchōit .i. coill mór do sailcetain [ro boí] and prius , Corm. Y 1157 = salcuait .i. caill mor dishailig, Corm. 41 . ag Sulchóid, AFM vi 2312.z . (` i.e. salicetum, the Sallow Wood', note).

See RC xviii 308 , and sailchetain.