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cumscugud

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Forms: honch, isnacumscaigthiu, cennachc

u, m. vn. of con-oscaigi. act of moving, changing; change, motion, removal : honch. gl. admunitione, Ml. 31d4 . isnacumscaigthiu gl. momenta, 111a7 . cennachc. gl. permaneat, Wb. 10a19 . c.¤ . . . iustorum abás imbethith, 13d17 . inc.¤ mall, 25d26 . occa cumscuchad (of bees), Laws iv 176.20 .i. as gach leastar do leastar, x Comm. ceathracha dam dia cumscachadh carrying it, Sc.M² 23 . as cumsgugudh cairge (of Conall Cernach), TBC-LL¹ 5558 . amail . . . tisad dar cumscucud, Cog. 180.2 . gan clód gan cumscugad re cheli `without yielding or giving way on either side', MR 240.21 . la cúmscugud a chind, PH 1207 . cin cumsguda muige na criche, Laws ii 100.15 Comm. c.¤ conaich, CCath. 2270 . cumhsgughadh .i. gluasacht no athrughadh, O'Cl. cumhscudhu .i. atharrach, Ériu xiii 68 § 89 . nī bia c.¤ foraib (of Conaille), Corp. Gen. 154.27 . mina beth c.¤ fort esti (of expulsion from Paradise), MacCarthy 68.z . c.¤ acomairbertae biuth fri cechfoirbthetaid `the changing of their way of life to every perfection', Ml. 35c17 . na huili génnti do cúmscugud as in cómrorcain, PH 3464 . ind fit cetna . . . cin c.¤ `unchanged', Mon. Tall. 147.14 . bailte ceall gan cumhsccugadh inalienable, BNnÉ 283.z . an flaithius gan c.¤ `dominion without disturbance', RC xxviii 322.6 . Ēire . . . ag Conn . . . gan chumsgugad, ML² 2025 . seacht gclocha gan cumhsgughadh (of daughters of Humility), DDána 55.14 .

In special applications. Gramm. change, shift, mutation, transference : is dligthigiu a c.¤ quam afeidligud `mutation', Sg. 22b12 . c.¤ `e' in `u', 11a1 . lac.¤ coibedne `with the shifting of the conjugation', 146b15 . is c.¤ lesom cid a tormag, 162b3 . hic.¤ aiccend, 212b2 . ni fail ch.¤ ṅhuirdd and gl. nulla ordinis confusione, 215a2 . aicme m gan c.¤ , Auraic. 6049 . Of mental states: inna cumscaigthe in menman, Ml. 15a2 . c.¤ fercae Dæ `stirring', 27b15 . nech cetabi ó menmain . . . cumscugad `stirring of anger', Ériu vii 168.31 . c.¤ du diglæ dín són gl. ira . . . remota, Ml. 105d7 . comscuchud (conscuchud MS.) gl. metu, BCr. 33b14 . conna bí a chumscuduth `so that he cannot be roused', Ériu vii 172.27 . atconnarc cumscaigte móra léo `I saw them greatly disturbed', CCath. 4229 . Astron.: lac.¤ inna grene gl. conuersionibus solis, Ml. 118c12 . ata seachran mor for cumscugudh firmaiminti, CCath. 1009 . maille cumscaithi `slowness of motion', Ir. Astr. Tr. 16.4 . Cf. taiscelad for cumscaigthibh saignen `movements of lightnings', CCath. 940 . Of removal from office, etc.: nad chumgat comarbai do chumscuchud `are not capable of altering', Coibnes 9 . cumsgugadh Húi B. i cClúain muc Nois `deposing', CS 240.4 . la cumscugudh flaithiusa, CCath. 833 . E. ua N. do chumscuccadh as a flaitheas `was banished', AFM iv 994.6 .

See cumscnugad.

do-scé(u)lai

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Forms: doscéulaim, dusceulai, dosceulai, tosceuli, toscelai, tosceli, dusceula, dussceulat, dusceulub, nachat-toscelfat, taiscéltae, taiscélad, taiscélaid

v (* to-sceul-, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 617 ) Indic. pres. 1 s. doscéulaim, Sg. 145b2 . 3 s. dusceulai, Ml. 68d12 , 102a22 . dosceulai, Thes. ii 39.29 . tosceuli, 25 . ni toscelai , Bvi 56 ( Thes. ii 35 ). ni tosceli , BCr. 32b7 ( Thes. ii 18 ). Subj. pres. 3 s. dusceula, Ml. 95c4 . 3 pl. dussceulat, 83b8 . Fut. 1 s. dusceulub, Ml. 59a2 . 3 pl. nachat-toscelfat, 107c11 . Part. taiscéltae. Vn. taiscélad . Later as simple vb. taiscélaid.

(a) finds out, ascertains: gl. experiri, Sg. 145b2 , and constantly in Ml.; explorare, Ml. 68c10 . Later oft. with added notion of finding out secretly, spying: ar na taiscelad nech dib eter a biad-som do blassacht so that none of them might find out his food to taste it, RC viii 54 ( LL 115b2 ). ité cetnai thorscelsat epert techta isna sidhe, BB 34b43 . batar cartanaigh . . . imoroile . . . o rotaiscelsat airrdhe ┐ innethem cechtar n-ae uaidhibh, Leb. Gab.(i) 224 . is mor do guasachtaibh catha ┐ comluinn rotaiscelsubair maille frim you have experienced, CCath. p. 46 n. 1 .

(b) makes known, discloses, reveals: is ingen Iepte cetatosceoil ingena oc duchann la Ebru ó dingnu do dingna who first made known (introduced) (the custom of) maidens chanting (cf. Judges xi 37 , 38 ), O'Mulc. 213 . is accu ro taiscelad ar tús cíchi ban do nochtad, LL 13765 . Eocha Feidlech . . . cetatoscel fedli do comrac la cethrai, 298 . iarnnberla . . . ar a duibe in belrae ┐ ar a dorchatae . . . co nāch erasa taisscelad ind it is not easy to communicate (?) anything in it, Corm. Y 755 = taiscélad trit-sin, LB. Cf. in fil ni asa toirscelta dliged . . . athgabala, O'Curry 784 ( H 3.18 367a ). (morituros victurosque prosentiens atque denuncians) an uair taisgeltus (= taisgēlus) ┐ foillsigios na daoine do gheibh beatha, 24 P 22, 5.11 . gach ni innarbtar ōn corp, dlighinn tuarascbail taisgelta na hesláinte do beth leis symptoms for diagnosis, 23 P 10, 27b5 (see taiscélad ). an drong dheaghfhear nach dtréigead ┐ nách dtaisgéladh a dtighearna who would not abandon or betray, ML 86 .

ruithen

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ruithen or dil.ie/35768
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n ā, f. a ray, beam of light : ruithean .i. taithneamh, O'Cl. ruthen amal rétlaind ríg, FA 10 . coro scail grían . . . a ruithin tré airdib in domain, Trip. 6.23 . in teintide . . . gona rīg-ruithin rētlan, ZCP v 25.3 . amal ruithni do grein, SR 2139 . no lastais . . . amal betís ruithní grēni, LL 248a40 ( TBFr. 27 , Med. and Mod. Ir. Ser. v ). ruitne greini, CCath. 5255 . Aen. 1467 . co ruthnib greni, PH 466 . ruithnib rían, SR 7143 (chev.). an cuiced ernail taiscelad for ruithnib saignean 'the fifth kind was ascertainment by the flashings of lightnings', CCath. 935 . Of countenance, eyes, etc.: ruithen a gnúis[e] comdetae, BDD 100 (c) . secht ngemma do ruithin ruisc, TBC-I¹ 2034 = ruthin, LU 6550 . ruethen tentide . . . ro-mebaid as a roscaib, PH 4504 . dofich ruithen serci ina dreich, LU 10224 (Tochm. Emere). nír chumhaing nech gnúis Brenainn d'faicsin ar imad na ruithned ndiadha, Lism. L. 3428 . Applied to persons: ind ruithen . . . in[ṡ]orchaig iarthar an betha (of S. Patrick), Trip. 6.27 . forosna rīg-aitriub | ruithen do grēin (of S. Cainnech), ACL iii 220 § 5 . ruithen rel . . . ruithníges Eber-magh (of S. Bairre), IT iii 57 § 107 . (Fig.) lustre, glory, etc.: rath ┐ ruthen ┐ rigdacht, LL 234b10 (TTr.). re ruithnib a rig `magnificence', MR 190.20 . ba tren-ruathar tairb . . . ┐ ba ruthen rigmiled brilliant dash , Cog. 184.17 .

Compds. ro érigh ruithengris . . . a ngnúis . . . Césair fiery glow , CCath. 1685 . drong-bhuidhean . . . lán do . . . ruithin-ghríos, TSh. 6668 . ruithen-sholus dealraigthech, Fl. Earls 120.19 .

soiscélaid

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Forms: soiscélad

v (soiscél) proclaims the good news, preaches the gospel : tug an Tighearna focal don tslúagh, bá mór an banna do shoisgéul é `great was the company of those that published it', Psalms lxviii 11 . Vn. soiscélad: is a rothaib donídh a taiscelad (soiscelad, v.l.), Cóir Anm.² i 104 § 105​ . soisgeul síorruidhe do chum a shoisgéulta don druing aitreabhas an talamh, Rev. xiv 6 .

solad, solaid

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Forms: tṡolaid, solaigi, solud, t-solaid, soloda

n o and i, m. (2 so+líth) g s. in tṡolaid , Acall. 6248 . solaigi, RC ix 458.18 . d s solud, LL 281b30 . don t-solaid , TMoméra, 162.27 . n p. soloda, LL 219b8 .

(a) augury, omen : luid . . . doarfaighi seoin ┐ ḟi solaigi do druid bai ann, RC ix 458.18 . adrad lītha nī fiu clúas | solud nā sén sīabras bás, Hail Brigit 14 . cia sosén ┐ solud búi far in ló i mbátar in ba maith fá in ba saich, TBC-LL¹ 1072 . na leic [dochum] in chatha co tí nert don t-ṡeón ┐ don t-ṡolud until the charm and spell begin to work, 5820 . con nach cóir . . . lenmain do solud no ṡénairecht, LL 281b30 . ra airnaidit and sain séna ┐ soloda ┐ líthlatheda . . . ra airthriall imthechta, 219b8 . in fuighbed sib sén na s.¤ ro díchuirfed na trí náimde út a hEirinn, Acall. 6231 . ro éirigh fri nert seoin ┐ solaid co n-imat brat ┐ búair `by strength of luck and charm', RC xxvii 262 § 4 . octecht do Chormac tria solud ┐ taiscelad druad, xxv 35 § 9 . dogebfa sen ┐ soladh od' caraid cumachtaidh cuigi sin do dhenamh, Ériu xi 190.5 . do ceiled fis ar a bhfáidhib ┐ do saobad s.¤ ar a sénóirib, ML² 1053 .

(b) good fortune, gain, success : codom-roib cach s.¤ | ar molad dot rígraid `let every profit be mine for (my) praise of thy king-folk', Fél. Prol. 11 . nárbu santach fair cauradmir do chosnam etir fo bíth nárbu mó a solod dontí día tibertha hé oldás a dolod, LU 9174 ( FB 90 ). dá dán oc Móen . . . | ó fuair solud in sóer-ḟlaith whereby the noble prince got his reward, Metr. Dinds. iii 334.10 . cach feine a folad .i. s.¤ dolad, ACL iii 226.12 . ni bia a soladh no a doladh damhsa o sund imach, CCath. 4598 . borrfad Cuind focroidhfi Eirinn | . . . | cona soladh cona dliged | cona chined ina dhiaig, Anecd. ii 8.z . ro gab Herimon in tuascert | . . . | cona sencus, cona sólud, cona n-dligud, Todd Nenn. 250.225 . ni hurusa damsa gan techt ann muna treigind soladh baidh Ulud, ZCP x 306.11 . a cumha a cenn a soluidh grief for her after the good fortune she brought (?), Irish Texts ii 73 § 6 . giodh caomh é áille gan sholadh | gráinne is é gan toradh tríd, Measgra D. 61.27 .

? tairscélad

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x = taiscélad : is do tairrscelad foirne dodeachad, BNnÉ 301.33 v.l. (thaisceladh, text).

taiscél

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n (scél) account, description; prognostication: atfesum tra tóscéla a catha fri Poir `Bericht,' Alex. 559 . is do thaiscelaibh foirne dodeachad, BNnÉ 301.33 v.l. (thaisceladh, text). do fognaid fesa ┐ faistine ┐ taiscéla, CCath. 725 v.l. (no gnáthaigtis taiscélad , text). See taiscélad .

taiscélad

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Forms: to(i)scélad, to—ad—scéla—, taisgélta

n u, m. vn. of do-scé(u)lai. In early texts also to(i)scélad ( taiscélad < to—ad—scéla— ?). taisgélta (pl. ? But cf. ex. 71 infra) m. IGT Decl. § 2 (39.28) . teascélta, Celtica xxi 498.61 .

I

(a) exploring, examining: du thaiscelud a foirbthetad `to explore their perfection,' Ml. 90c1 . fria taiscelad aignidh talmun, Anecd. i 57 § 61 . ic taescelad inn inaid i rroibe (a river), TTebe 1806 . occá mídhemhain ... do taisccéladh for a airdhibh `that they might explore his [natural] endowments,' AFM v 1864.5 .

(b) finding out, ascertaining (by calculation): do thoscélad áis ésci `to ascertain the moon's age,' BCr. 32a8 . Thes. ii 39.24 , 27 , 28 . do toscelad lai sechtmaine, 40.26 . 40.31 , 35 . 41.17 . do thoscélad féle, Fél. Ep. 80.

(c) Med., gen. in pl. prognostics; symptoms: taisgbelta bais no beathadh, Rosa Angl. 2.14 . taisgelta na haimsire ata [ag] teacht do tuigsin, 24 P 22, 148.13 . Cf. budh fearr aisioc na slainti inaid na neithe nach dtainic do taisgeladh, 3.5 . is iad so a taiscelta .i. crith craidhi ┐ claoclod dathand, Rosa Angl. 134.8 .

(d) divination, prognostication: Mog ruith ... is a rothaib doníth a t.¤ druídhechta, Cóir Anm. 287 . tria solud ┐ taiscelad druadh, RC xxv 35.9 . rotriallsatar taisceladh ar nellaib ... in aeoir, TTebe 1196 .

II

(a) spying, reconnoitring: áes ... taiscelta, SR 3476 . du thoscélad forru ó Ultaib, TBC-I² 943 . tothéit I. do thoscélad forsin brudin, LU 7054 ( BDD² 640 ). athgabail dechmaide ... im folach fiann do taiscelad , Laws i 202.2 . ro-fhúided na dráide do th.¤ uad for Ísu `to find out about,' PH 6997 . do th.¤ forsin n-indsi-sea, Ériu iv 142.18 . ag taisccéladh ┐ ag timchealladh na téghdhaisi, AFM v 1794.2 .

(b) betraying, treachery: taiscéladh .i. brath, O'Cl. bátar iadsidhe baí acc taiscceladh an bhaile do Chonn, AFM v 1598.15 . do brath ┐ taiscéladh ┐ do thabairt breicce imo roile, vi 2002.9 .

? leisin mbréid sróllchon sénta | bóchrodh téid dá (na, v.l.) thaiscélta, IGT Decl. ex. 71.

taiscélaid

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n i, m. ( taiscélad ).

(a) observer (of omens), seer: ni do taisceltaib rend no retlann ... ro iarfaigh iat (i.e. the result of a battle), CCath. 3898.

(b) spy, scout: mbertatar in taisceltai tall a tír tairngeri, Tur. 130 . frisna xii. taisceltaid dochoid co Móysi, LB 146a44 (cf. PH 7050 ). rochuir ... taiscelta ... d'iarraid uisqui, TTebe 1757 . ro laiset ... taiscelaidh for chatraigh Conoinn, Leb. Gab.(i) 82.3 .

taiscélaigid

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v g ( taiscélad ) diagnoses, finds out by examination (?): da n-aithnighid ┐ da ttaisgeluighidh an liaigh do na heaslanuibh na neithe dochuaidh tharsa, 23 K 42, 184.12 .