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1 sar

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1 sár

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 sár or dil.ie/36200
Last Revised: 2019

 

n m., IGT Decl.§ 96 (129.34) . sáir lochdach, § 14 (68.z) .

(a) outrage, insult, humiliation (see Pedersen Vgl. Gr. i 79, 536 - 7 ): nír bo s.¤ leu ar cocéilsine `they did not deem our fellowship an outrage', Wb. 19a1 . ní dlig s.¤ . . . | bathes már Maicc Maire, Fél. Jan. 6 . ara marad a slicht and co bráth ar s.¤ for Ultu as an insult to the men of Ulster, LU 5371 . a lām . . . | fofhūair sār saer for bith chē (Thomas), ZCP iii 23.23 . mairg dobeir s.¤ for saerchlaind, LL 296b39 ( SG 363.27 ). nach tucus s.¤ ar cloc ina ar mind ina ar bhachaill, Anecd. i 77.17 . senchas s.¤ `a tale of wrongs', Metr. Dinds. iv 352.3 (of verse). ní coir sar ar saeirferuibh, RC xliii 20 § 14 . trí sáir (táir, v.l.) do fulngadh gár bhFlaith | . . . | a thaobh geal do chor fa chloich, | dol a gcroich is bean da bhreith, IGT Decl. ex. 1721 . ní thard s.¤ dona saoidhibh `he never treated poets with contempt', Content. x 25 . go bhfagha sh.¤ it sheise | a chlár tana taipleise mayest thou get contempt from thy companion (?) (to the world), DDána 50.7 . ar dorad s.¤ ┐ dimiccin don crois moir, AFM v 1466.21 . ionnas no digheladh an s.¤ dorattadh fair, vi 2360.6 .

(b) of armies, etc., humiliation, discomfiture, defeat : ri ro sáer Loth . . . | dia tardad s.¤ Sodomda when Sodom was overthrown, SR 7308 . ? In cheville: fri s.¤ slait (: tinolsat), 6631 . foruair sar for sochaighi `he brought contempt on many' (defeated a host?), Laws iv 266.7 . nísbrúa s.¤ snomda sluag the defeat which cuts down hosts, Metr. Dinds. iii 50.26 . s.¤ (sic leg.) ar síl Iriail `a victory over', 200.12 . cath im Bress fors' tardad s.¤ `on whom a wrong was wrought' (who was defeated?), iv 44.26 . dulig s.¤ ar bar sluagaib, LL 238b23 ( TTr. 1616 ). facabsat for sluagu sar, Rawl. 116a22 . an dā Mhaine beid i sár 'the two Maines will be humiliated', BDC 260.621 . Note also: in n-úair nochuired . . . | in bíast buidech a brocc-lomm | . . . | dosficed s.¤ sáethgalair `an affliction of sore disease', Metr. Dinds. iii 428.32 = sáeth sárgalair, LL 212a4 .

(c) act of excelling, exceeding, that which excels, exceeds (cf. 2 sár- and 3 sár): s.¤ gach searbhuis `the worst of all defects', Ó Bruad. ii 164.12 .

For compds. see 2 sár-.