1 séolta

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 séolta or dil.ie/37192

part. of séolaid. well-directed; educated, skilled : ro dibraigedh . . . frasa . . . sleagh seolta sithremar, Caithr. CC 45.4 . gan chuirim gan cheol seolta ná lúbadh `without well-wrought lays', KMMisc. 50.24 . Freq. of persons: in da Fhraech a hiath Eorpa | da laech na triath tren-seolta, Metr. Dinds. iii 360.64 . san bhaile a mbí an tAodh-soin | is iomdha laochraidh sheólta | iomdha lucht léighthe leabhar, LBranach 1086 . fer s.¤ sesccar, AFM v 1802.7 . ní baoí fer . . . ro-badh seolta sesccaire cuirte, vi 1892.7 . Note also: sínte a srón seólta ioná duana dámh her shapely nose (?), Hackett xxi 37 .

As adv.: do ro ghabh go seolta d'innsaighe an airdrig it went straight towards the high king, Manners and Customs ii 263 n . suas ar each ní rachad go seólta, Hackett xxvi 25 .