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sláinte

Cite this: eDIL s.v. sláinte or dil.ie/37822

n , f. (slán)

(a) freedom from illness : salus .i. slanti, Gild. Lor. 57 . Diancécht .i. deus salutis (.i. slainte), Corm. 16 . mád ina sláinti ind fir fil sund, LU 3303 ( SCC 10 ). descaid fáilti sláinti `a sign of happiness is health', RC xlv 75 § 19 . slánti cen galar, PH 3646 . ní ar slāinti chúaidh dóibh in feolmhach soin, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 29.27 . s.¤ challa bodily health, IGT Decl. ex. 968 . Frequent in greetings: bersi imchomarc betha ┐ sláinti let, Comp. CC 96.26 . tugadur betha ┐ slainte da cheli (vale fecerunt ei), Smaointe B. Chr. 1060 . slainti duitsi, a airdrig, TTebe 4344 .

(b) In spiritual sense, salvation : for na hulib eclaisib dia mbertha in t-slanti-sin to whom this salvation was brought, PH 275 . samrīg ar samaigt[h]i ar slāinti, ar sūil, ZCP viii 205 § 29 . foillsiughadh anma na slainte .i. Isa, Smaointe B. Chr. 648 . crann na s.¤ sein (of the Cross), PBocht 5.28 .

(c) In legal sense, exemption, freedom from liability: slan fairgse . . . ingraide tire . . . .i. slanti aithgena . . . on ti bis ac firdechsin in bruig, Laws iv 46.16 Comm . slainti espaig ┐ etarbaig `exemption for injury done to idlers and unprofitable workers', iii 166.z Comm . 224.10 , 226.z . v 156.y Comm . a slainti doib they were exempt, 276.23 Comm . cach baili ineburtmar slainti ar innarba, ii 300.2 Comm .