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cilic

Cite this: eDIL s.v. cilic or dil.ie/9080

 

Forms: -ic, -ice

n [f.] (Lat. cilicium). g s. -ic, -ice. sackcloth, haircloth (as worn in mourning or ascetic practice): in ch.¤ gl. lugentis habitus, Ml. 49c12 . ar cuirp i cilicc (: Brigit), Thes. ii 326.5 (Hy. iv) glossed .i. i pennait quia cilicium nomen vestis est quae fit do finnaib gabur no chamaill. sochaide díb no hédithe o ch.¤ camellorum setis , Lat. Lives 93.2 . a glanad ó ch.¤ (form of torture), PH 1144 . co lámchomairt moir ┐ cilicc (of penance), 6444 . lorg a asnaigh triana ionar c.¤ , Mart. Don. 164.4 . See silic.

1 clóe

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 clóe or dil.ie/9565

 

Forms: cloë, cló, clód, cló, clu, cloí, clá, cluä, clá

n f. ? Orig. cloë. Also cló, clód. a s. cló, Fing. R. 168 . d s. clu, Hib. Min. 40.11 . cloí, LL 21935 . n pl.? clá, IGT Decl. ex. 1781 . a pl. fri gaīthe cluä , Fing. R. 1032 . clá f., IGT Decl. § 98 .

(a) whirlwind, gust (freq. c.¤ gaíthe): cloi gaithe gl. turbo, Sg. 93a4 . bircli .i. bir uisce ┐ clō gaot[h], Corm. Y 198 . clō .i. gaoth ut dicitur: Curchān tar sāl septais cló .i. setis gaoth, O'Mulc. 276 ( septuis clóa, H 3.18, 66c4 ). i nglind fri gaīthe cluä, Fing. R. 1032 . is úar fri cloï ngaeithe, 126 (cloí, v.l.). clo do glasré[i]n, RC xiii 222.3 (= gaoth di glasmuir, MS. Mat. 473.6 ). clōd gaoithe, ACL iii 310 § 2 . ? doadbat cech ith fo clu `it signifies every corn crop laid low' (of the south-west wind), Hib. Min. 40.11 . níor chóir síon achd clá ┐ ceatha, IGT Decl. ex. 1781 . ní fearr leó an lá gréine / as teó iná an chlá is crúaidhe, ex. 1779 ( DDána 98.2 ).

(b) cry, sound : gu g-cuala ni: in cloi deroil. Ro cluinter in fogur, ┐ ni fes cia raide, IT i 144.11 . móra in chlóe | clóe Ulad im Chonchobar, TBC-LL¹ 4997 - 8 . ? i ṅgáet iar cloithib a chiúil / Fergus mac Froichir Fortriúin, LL 2672 .

Ascription doubtful: tri mili miadbla im chloi ṅglicc, SR 2303 . ráidis fris ránic a les / ní no ícad a ances / dia chloí bad gell co nglicce / ar baí trell i n-amrite, LU 4293 = LL 18226 . tellach nEogain os cech clói, Metr. Dinds. iv 98.99 (`oppression') ( LL 21935 ). Ailech cen Chorrcend fo chlói `without storm-beaten Corrgend', 94.41 ( LL 21877 ). gelcloe gaile, LL 5083 ( Auraic. 5214 , ¤chlue, 5219 ). folucht tre clæi `eine gute Last(?) durch den Wirbelwind', ZCP xiii 278.1 . maic Caim na clóë can scíath `that bore spears without shield', Metr. Dinds. iv 248.19 ( LL 28984 ). a siur i Cnogba cen chlói / iar lot a comga 's a crúi, iii 50.21 ( 26263 ) (perh. for clód metri gratia).

lasaid

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Forms: lasad

v

I Intrans.

(a) takes fire, blazes, lights up, shines : lassais (laissais, LU) tír tuaith `the land in the North blazed', ACC 28 ( RC xx 168 ). acht nad lassa nach óencrand, LU 6225 ( TBC-I¹ 1730 ). día mbetis a dó no a trí / lasfaitis a n-athinni, LU 6228 ( TBC-I¹ 1731 ). lassais in muine i mbai, Thes. ii 318.4 ( Hy. ii ). beag . . . na ros lass in t-aer uaistib, Alex. 258 . ro-lasastar a fheoil amal céir, PH 1327 . comrama dia chomramaib / Cerbail lúaith rolass, RC xxix 212 § 15 . lassait mar lassair dar leirg, CRR 38.16 . no lasdais a n-aidche amal beitis ruithni grēni shone (of spears), RC xxiv 143.22 . lasfuidh néall ós Mhidhe maoithghleannaigh (translated as trans., see below), Aithd. D. 4.13 . do las an draoi . . . / [is] slán do bhaoi an brat `took fire', Dán Dé xii 22 = roloisced . . . in druí, Trip.² 606. Of steel part of weapon: lassaid for a crand, LU 7707 ( BDD 128 ). lassaid ar a durnd, LU 7715 ( BDD 129 ). With IMM: do dergdathlasadh um Donnchadh `D. grew flaming red', Caithr. Thoirdh. 100.25 .

Of the sea in storm: lasfaidh an lanḟairrgi / lánainfech léir, ZCP viii 211.y . curro las in t-oician muiridhi amail findtan ardtsleibi, Grail 2385 . lasfaidh gach cuan mar choinnill, DDána 29.9 . Of eyes flashes : co r-lass a shuile i n-a chind, PH 79 . a súili serba lastais, Ériu iv 102 § 46.

l.¤ di is alight, aflame from: rí dorat fleisc . . . / illáim Móisi meic Amrai / diar' lass ind rub, SR 3815 . is īattso na lochranna / da lasfatt Laighin with which L. will be bright, ZCP viii 110.15 .

l.¤ do shines for. Of sun, star: do las deit go gríobhdha an ghrian, Dán Dé xxix 25 . bas mhaoth nar mhaoth gníomh / dár las gaoth is grian `that inflamed storm and sun', but perh. for whom wind and sun shone, PBocht 5.17 , as in: a leinb dár las an réatla, 20.43 . l.¤ fo: do las th'úaisle fá Éirinn shines throughout, L. Cl. A. B. 63.140 .

(b) In transferred sense. Of emotions is aroused : re foluibh ísli fhuinn Luighdheach / dár las um chorp crithir thnúidh `which have caused a spark of envy to kindle within me', Studies 1919, 73 § 4 . do las . . . do ghradh, Smaointe B. Chr. 319 . do las ad aghaidh were incensed, Isaiah xli.11 . las do ghradh co h-acfaindeach annsan, ITS xxix 212.10 . ná las a ndiáigh a scéimhe `lust not after her beauty', Proverbs vi 25. do las an giolla acca faicsin sin, BNnÉ 216.8 . lasfaid do gnúis amal choindil shall blush, PH 2435. Med.: fuaraid na baill imellacha ann sin no co teigi ┐ co lasann an tadbur `heats and inflames', Rosa Angl. 12 § 22.

II Trans. (a use proscribed in bardic verse, see IGT Verbs § 121 ) sets on fire, lights (up): sétis ind óibill, lassais in sopp, MacCongl. 15.21 . neimh . . . lasas do láthair boill an tí ré mbeanann si, TSh. 7675 . do las na lampuidhe, Exodus xl 25. lasaig (= lasaid) si tene spirudalta isin croidi, Lib. Hymn. i 193.12 . do lasadh on ghradh he, Smaointe B. Chr. 2389. lasdor an croidhe, 79 .

Vn. lasad.

séitid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. séitid or dil.ie/37011
Last Revised: 2013

 

v

(a) trans. and intrans. blows, blows across, wafts : setir ┐ astoither oc imfolung ind oír promthi, Ml. 38d18 (of blowing a fire). moscing srathu sréid sergi sétid maige midglinne, LU 8669 ( FB 50 rhetoric). slicht a asna triana étach | bá léir dána séted gáeth, LU 647 ( ACC 23 Comm . ). gaeth . . . sétis de sen seol siar snímach, Anecd. i 52 § 18 . esnadh gaithe rodo seite | . . . | co hindsi naird, Snedg. u. Mac R § 22 . Pret. with suff. pron. clō .i. gaoth ut dicitur : Curchān tar sāl septais cló .i. setis gaoth, O'Mulc. 276 = septus (leg. sephtus), CIH ii 609.18 , iii 1070.40 (Dúil Dromma Cetta) = curcan tar sal sephthais cloth, NLI G 50 110 . do seit gaeth hi (sc. in bairc) a crich aile, Laws iii 424.17 Comm . sēitsidh (= séitis or séitid) . . . forsan tene, Anecd. i 73 § 209 = séitis cona anail co rolas an tene, RC x 88.15 (ICM). trefet .i. . . . tresa seiter teni, Laws i 144.2 - 3 Comm . sétis ind óibill, lassais in sopp, MacCongl. 15.20 . d'ḟoltaib na bhfhear ro shéid . . . in gaoth cugainn, Cog. 251.2 . co ro sétea a mmíasa uadib amal dulli darbri, TFerbe 92 . ná séid aoibhil gan ḟadúdh, Content. xxii 27 (a proverbial saying). seitid iar fir trena toin, O'Dav. 1561 . `sēit mo srōin' ar sé, Moling 38 .

Of blowing a wind-instrument: tárla . . . gur sheíd sé stoc, Judges iii 27 .

Of blowing bellows: séitter builg gabann acu fó'n coltar cur bo derg, SG 326.5 . ro seit(h)e sithbuilg sithi, BB 37b8 .

(b) blows out, expels, emits : con seideann sruth casracha teinead a taeb ant sleibi that he emits a stream of fiery hail, TTebe 1296 . fuil a croidhe 'na linntreach shéideas, O'Rah. ii 33 . séideadh na drithleanna dhínn | an béal ro bhiath an t-airdrígh, Aithd. D. 49.35 . seidfir uait spiorad na haithisi ┐ in mhi-dhochais, ITS xxix 173.36 . lé tabairt an ghrádhasa seídther an Sbiorad naomh uatha araon, Ó Héodhusa 24.18 (of the Holy Ghost proceeding from Father and Son). síatair (MS. siadair) denn do dinn 'dust is blown from dwelling-place' Ériu xvii 90 § 6 , cf. Ériu xxii 42 § 6 .

(c) fig. s.¤ incites, urges on, stirs up: séididh fúnn an chalainn chriadh, DDána 44.4 . séid fa ḟuighlibh na n-éigeas, Content. xxii 2 . doshéid an diabhal cogadh . . . idir cathruigheoiribh . . . na cathrach, Eochairsg. 112.26 .