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ar-sluindi

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v ( sluindid ): feib arsluinnet (non sloinnett v.l.) a clotha as men celebrate its fame, Metr. Dinds. iii 286.19 .

1 inderb

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adj o, ā (4 in + derb) uncertain: is i.¤ coich in mug `it is uncertain whose is the slave,' Sg. 209b30 . is i.¤ im mascul fá femen ..., 61a9 . iss i.¤ dogres i n-arim hodid an dies hore is and sluindid aimsir n-indeirb `in the singular number dies is always uncertain, because therein it signifies an uncertain time,' 66b9 . do slund aimsire indeirbbae, 16 . In Laws ii 272.13 applied to a claim in regard to which acc. to the gloss there is sworn evidence for and against. See Thurn. ZCP xiv 366 - 7 . [ni gaibter athgabail druith ...] nā hinndearb sealba ... gl. sealbh ar nadh hinndheimhin cin do rochtain property upon which it is uncertain that any claim lies, Laws ii 46.10 and 12 . umun ni is dearbh ┐ is indearb dona scuichib `as regards what is certain and what is uncertain of the movables,' v 208.y Comm. ar [is] étarbae n-inderb n-indless etir cach ar ūair useless, uncertain and unprofitable, ZCP xi 85.2 . is i.¤ a n-adnacol diblinaib, Lat. Lives 36.3 . derbad n-i.¤ uncertain proof , LL 345e18 . bás derb. amser i.¤ , 371a13 . dal na i.¤ (dál nach innearbh, v.l.), TBC-LL¹ 1502. ní hindderbh lium tocht a criaidh, ZCP vii 301 § 9. conid i.¤ ... ┐ conad eicindtech, YBL 169b26 . fuil .iii. ni do nach buidech mac Dé ... ecnach duine mad i.¤ defaming if one is uncertain of the truth of one's assertion ?, LB 225 marg. inf. rob i.¤ ocus rob amairsech faistine a fellsum, MR 240.22 .

As subst.: brithemhnus for inderb 'a judgement upon an uncertain thing', Bechbretha 70 § 34 gl. e​ . ōttalod i n-i.¤ n-aois `since I have come to an untried age' (? i.e. between childhood and womanhood), Ériu ii 16.11 . Or if 2 inderb is a genuine word this ex. may belong to it.

? in-sluindi

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v ī ( sluindid ) invokes : muchaidh ainbḟios, in-féd anba, insluinne gach ran, Ériu xiii 39.13 = Akten Linz 139 § 10 . Cf. ad-sluindi.

sloinnemain, slonnamain

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Forms: sloindemain, slonnamain, sloindeamuin, slonnamuin

f.? vn. of sluindid : sloindemain, slonnamain f., IGT Decl. § 10 . sloindeamuin, slonnamuin, IGT Verbs § 73 . a Domnaill óig | innis féin feirde a slonnamuin, IGT Verbs ex. 657 .

sloinnte

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part. of sluindid : bid ainm sloinnti duit co brath Oilill Ólom, Cóir Anm. 41 .

slond

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Forms: sloind

o, later also sloind. vn. of sluindid .

(a) act of expressing, mentioning, relating; expression, indication, signification : oc slund in dedi sin `in expressing those two things', Sg. 209b28 . cid arna airecht pronomen n-aitrebthach dia ṡlund in othuth? `why was not a possessive pronoun invented to express it in the singular?', 198b3 . do slund aimsire deirbbae `to express certain time', 66b15 . ní s.¤ na aimsire acht is s.¤ in gnimo gnither indi `it is not the expression of the time, but it is the expression of the action that is performed in it', 188a28 . robbí uár recar less dígbail ind ḟolaid conid écen suin fria s.¤ sidi huare nád robatar suin do ṡlund ind úildetad inchoisget, 45b1 . doimmthastar fri s.¤ nintliuchta `it is combined to express the meaning', 3a3 . s.¤ gnimo hirec dogni indidit gl. significat, 153a3 . amal rongab in anmmanaib s.¤ persine, 71b10 . s.¤ gnimo cen torant persine `expression of action without denoting person', 154a4 . conid for sluind ┐ toraind na ciall sin, LB 107a25 . bid . . . altus ┐ almus hic sluind huaisle, Lib. Hymn. i 66.19 . airis F. ic sloind (sloindedh, v.l.) seanchasa do fheraib hErind `F. remained relating the stories of the men of Ireland', Ériu iv 150 § 29 . ? slonnaib srethṡluag, SR 2692 .

(b) name, designation : Maelsechlainn slecht sluinn co sain | de chlethchlaind Chuind, LL 133a31 . rogart in muicc fri séis slaind | triana chruit co Céis Coraind, 165a43 . in duine dianad sloind ic na felsamaib `domun becc', PH 4606 . bidh de a slóind seo uirago uair is do fhir doronadh, BB 16b30 .

slondid

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x see sluindid .

slondud, sloinded

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Forms: sloinneadh, slonnadh

u m. vn. of sluindid . sloinneadh, slonnadh, IGT Verbs § 71 .

(a) act of naming, mentioning, telling : slondod neich ad-chondarcsa `the declaration of what I've seen', Thes. ii 292.2 . iar sluinniud sunn a seanchas `after being mentioned here in the "Senchus"', Laws ii 314.15 Comm . acht he nammá ┐ Brod | ní thérna díb fri slonnod, TFerbe 866 . a macca lēginn lēgaid | nob sēnaid slonnadh sīde the announcement of peace, O'Mulc. 688 . robai ag slondad charadraid Ioif ┐ na Tiabanda, TTebe 4356 . arís rachaidh dá slonnadh | . . . | oibreacha Dé ceann i gceann, PBocht 25.39 . atá leathtrom orm a Aodh | . . . | oircheas dhamh a shloinneadh soin, Content. xvii 6 .

(b) act of naming (oneself), giving a description (of oneself): im-chomarcair in rí scéla dí ┐ as-bert fria ina sloindiud `as he named himself (?)', BDD² 47 and note. geogain Cuculainn a mac i nanfot .i. gen a sloinded do without his telling him his name, Laws iii 94.17 . téit-seom ass iarom cena slonnud dind ingein without giving his name to the girl, LU 10446 . dogén mo shlonnadh duit-si or is mé archinnech na cille si I shall give you an account of myself, Anecd. i 78.11 .

(c) patronymic, family name, surname, lineage : Tuan mac Stairn meic Sera . . . rob e mo [ṡ]lonnud . . . ar thus, LU 1222 . féil in chredail Chóemain | diand sanctlethan slondad whose surname is Sanctlethan, Fél. June 12 . nodasloindet íarum iarna slontib fíraib, TBFr. 66 . cade do slonnudsu a ingen?, LU 10253 . slán in gataide . . . can slaindiud can aithne, Laws iii 464.13 Comm . co findud slondud trit till he discovers the name by this means (through imbus forosna), i 44.1 Comm . aircetla na duili sloinnti .i. genelacha `the books of family names', O'Dav. 601 (cf. Laws i 44.x ). Buchet a ainm, mac hui Blae a sloinniud, RC xxv 35 § 11 . ro indissedur dó a n-ainm ┐ a sloinded ┐ a tuirrtechta, Acall. 7295 . rogabsom rige Connacht fodeigh [a máthar] . . . ┐ sloinned in maic a tir a mathar tucad fa[i]rsim (of Ailell mac Mata Muresc, called after his mother Mata M.), ZCP i 103.13 . ochtar dib-side ara rabi slonnad Muintiri Raigillig, Ann. Conn. 1256.10 . ni fhuaratar . . . in ro-miad slónnte-si on choimdid, PH 7871 . sloinnfetsa sin mar nach saobh | sloinnte uaisle na nardnaom, Irish Texts iii 42 § 7 . ar sean-ainmniugad sloindti d'fearaib E. according to the old naming of the men of Ireland by patronymics (?), MR 144.17 . Felim o Tuathail a shlondadh, AFM vi 1900.z . saoilim gur d'fhuil iarlachta | nó go gcluinim a slonnadh, Ó Bruad. i 132.z . imcomairces . . . cisi slonnud no hainm no hatharrdai do, Stair Erc. 1298 . is é . . . sloinneadh an ughdair is gnáth do chur ós cionn gach oibre dá scríobhann neach, Keat. i 152.15 . In pl., family, race (having the same patronymic): Dubhdatuath mac Flaithgusa dux na tri sloinnte, AU i 268.17 . Note also : decán slonnudh fir in ceime ba hisle dona cemendaibh sin `decanus was the appellation of the lowest of those ranks', CCath. 52 .

(d) insignia, mark of distinction : dolád in mac . . . a nae . . . for muir co slonduth meic rí[g] lais .i. brat corcra co cúach óir ann, Cóir Anm. 55 .

sluindid , sloindid, slaindid

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Forms: sluinnte

v ī (slond)

(a) expresses, signifies : ar sluindid ainm persain `for the noun signifies a person', Sg. 71b5 . sluindith folad ind epert, 25b10 . ní sluindi so hi suidiu naṅd eper nach aile it chóimthecht `thou dost not signify herein that no other says it in thy company', 208b5 . huare is moo sluindes pronomen . . . cia sluindid briathar persin ní fris arícht fri slond persine . . . cenud-sluindi persin, 197a11 . is and sluindid aimsir nindeirb `therein it signifies an uncertain time', 66b9 . iss inunn sluindess plerus ┐ plerusque , 75b5 . do thintud in suin ebraidi sluindes ilsesu, Ml. 37a10 . is hinunn intṡliucht sluindite diblinaib, Sg. 76b5 . issed a folad cétnae sluinditae, 9b5 . huare nád rosluinter tri brethir in persan sluindte tuisil, 189b2 . amal mbis inne neich sluinde inna anman, Ml. 37a12 . is salm sloindes mórnert, Fél. Ep. 155 .

(b) declares, mentions, tells, describes : sluinnsius léig libru `he made books of law known', ACC § 55 ( RC xx 254 ). id inso ced sloindes dún what does it tell us?, LU 4744 (TBC). tiaghar do cum faithce fir asa tir toxlaither do cum foruis iar sen fir as a seilb sloinnter in whose possession they are stated to be, Laws i 268.13 . clithear set slaindte[r?] forgu na nuile `styled the choicest of all seds', iv 28.4 . sloinnfi duit iar ndiutius, SR 1212 . do Dauíd . . . sluinnit seissi senchassa, 6638 . slaindid in gilla indn airchedal do, Anecd. i 9.6 . sluind ar delbthar ṅdennmaisi `mention as (= describe as) a comely tower of beauty of colour', BDD² 1025 and Glossary. sluind céssad ind epscop | hi rRóim, Fél. March 4 . sluindfemmi col-luithi | sóerchaindlea cech laithi, Prol. 287 . in slainnid dam-sa bar n-echtra?, CRR 19 . Elend . . . ro fhreccair ┐ ro shloind hi fen . . . isin uli screptra diada ┐ in uli grád ┐ anoiri aicce do Dia she confessed herself, LB 228a38 . lethat Tūadmuman a tūaid | sloinnfet trē dūan-molad dōib, Ériu ii 50 § 3 . it e a n-āilche nosluinniur dūib, ACL iii 297 § 53 . sloinn-se festa na comadha is āil let d'f[h]agāil uainne, ML² 105 . scéla in croinn 's an leanaibh leis, | do sloind tre medhair mhileis, Ériu iv 116 § 21 . Fine Luirc . . . ná sloinn ríge do rochtuin `nor once proclaim that ever they attained to sovereignty', O'Gr. Cat. 392.27 . sloinn do cháirdeas dúinn `trace back your friendship with us', ITS i 84 § 24 . créad é an riocht i raibhe sibh | i gcomhḟlaitheas Clann Neimhidh? | sloinn duinn, TD 28.8 . ógh lér slonnadh síodh | gach uird bíodh dom chosnamh, DDána 38.31 . sluinn .i. aisnéidh, no innis, O'Cl. Common in chevilles: Aeine, Satharnd, sluind go lu, Laws iv 218.3 . fil fos casol Senaich sunt | ┐ Senain sloind `Senach's cloak is here | and Senan's announce it', Arch. Hib. iv 206 § 11 . Verbal of necessity: ba sluinnte ┐ ba geisi da gach duine Coimde nime the Lord of Heaven should be confessed and supplicated by everybody, Rawl. B 512, fo. 37d (Plummer MS. notes).

(c) names, calls after : runsluinfemni didiu `we ourselves shall, then, be able to name ourselves', Wb. 15a4 . nodasloindet íarum iarna slontib fíraib, TBFr. 66 . is and nodasloinne `then she tells her name', Mór M. 263.5 . is uatha san slointear na hionada sin, TBC-LL¹ p. 901 n. 3 . is úadh tṡloinnter in rí dhe | dárbh ainm Fíacha Sraiftine, Cóir Anm. 115 . o Galil sloindset for a altram ┐ a thócbail i nGalil, PH 4491 . nachasloindedh do aenfer `let him not make himself known to anyone', Ériu i 114 § 1 . sloinntear ó a mháthair gach aon, L. Cl. A. B. 116.23 . ar slicht bar sen-athar, o sloindter bar saerthuatha, MR 150.20 . an céidfhear ór slonnadh sinn `the first man from whom we were surnamed', Studies 1918, 99 § 10 . ó chine Scot do slonnadh an chríoch, Keat. ii 5872 . sloinnfidh é féin le hainm Israel `surname himself', Isaiah xliv 5 .