I stretch, lie. suas do síneadh, was magnified (lit. stretched upwards), 1016; sínidh...a n-ágh, presses (lit. stretches) into battle, 1752; sínidh...dá ghuin, he strives (lit. stretches) to slay him, 1756. With re, I lie with, metaphorically 'I vie with', 'rival'; nuachar...ré síni-si, a spouse with whom you lie, 130; do shín re hairdteist in taobha tuaidh, he rivalled the renown of the (princes of the) north, 1737; other exx. 756, 926. With tar: go síne tairse, may you conquer it, 1810.
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