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senorba

Cite this: eDIL s.v. senorba or dil.ie/37168

n (1 sen+orba) lit. old inheritance explained by Plummer, Ériu x 113 , as the senior's estate, the cumal s.¤ (see below) being an additional portion to which the senior was entitled to enable him to discharge certain extra obligations which fell upon him as head of the family. See also Ir. Recht 80 .

foreith a orba fon tir fo cutruma fri mac cetmuindtire acht cumal sinnsire do mac cedmuindtire ┐ togha do randaib ┐ logh faesma, is dosuidhiu ata: `cach sindsir a togha' .i. la mac cedmuindtire in cumal ts.¤ , O'Curry 2000 ( H 4.22, p. 29 ). mac cetmuindtire . . . in flathas geilfine ┐ in togha do randaibh ┐ in cumal tseanorba, O'Curry 2231 ( Eg. 88, fo. 16b ). na da gradh flatha comaesa comaithe as crandcor etorro, ┐ cidh bédh dib dech isin righe, as in comal tsenorbo ┐ in togha do rannaib do breith dó, O'Curry 537 ( H 3.18, p. 266a ). inge cumal ts.¤ .i. prim aighi fine foloing tascur rig ┐ espuic ┐ is bunadach fri folang cinaid in tan gaibis derbfine dib a ngelfini, do erb an lin uile log cumaili do thir don fir sin ┐ do cach age fine cach ae tareis alailiu nach mbi co focus fine, O'Curry 856 ( H 3.18, p. 387b ). Ir. Recht ad loc. cit. orba maíne mes coirce ota cach cind comfocais, fo lin maine midhidear o ta hindua co hiarmua, inge cumal s.¤ , Laws iv 38.13 .i. acht in cumal senaigter don orba sain, sechtmad tire dibaid, ┐ a bith seic a laim flatha geilfine oc urnaidi fuidri ┐ gormic, 40.25 Comm . Ir. Recht ad loc. cit. cumal s.¤ . . . ata for sena oc in fine oca n-aidbrither, i 206.25 Comm . is e ní dliges inti dlegur d'airitniugud isin flaithes ngelfine .i. in cumal ts.¤ ┐ tus n-aibsin ┐ tus n-urlabra, Cóic Con. 45 § 72 (16.29) . níd-bíadh sealbh s.¤ , Cóir Anm. 203 , `you will never have the possession of the s.', i.e. you will never be head of your family, Plummer loc. cit. cen beith fesach i nduilginibh ┐ i senforma (? leg. senorba , Plummer MS. notes), ┐ i ndlighedh turbadha (one of the things forbidden to a breithem), O'D. 925 ( H 3.17, col. 657 ).