anṡocair

Cite this: eDIL s.v. anṡocair or dil.ie/3788

Forms: -ar, -ra, -rach

adj also -ar (socair)

I

(a) causing discomfort, rough: an tshlighe a.¤, aggarbh, Desid. 3311 . tresna sleibhtiph árda anshocra, BNnÉ 227 § 129 . ar leabthaibh anshocra, Desid. 1110 . ar son marcaidachta ar each ansocuir (= equi suc- cusantis), Rosa Ang. 214.16 .

(b) suffering discomfort, not at ease, distressed, unhappy: is a.¤ do bhí i bhus / ar tí an anocail fhuaras, Dán Dé xxi 19 . cor lem anacal níor ál / anṡocar cor na gcompán `unhappy the condition of the friends', TD 3.17 and note. Superl. as meisi dúil as anṡádhaile ┐ anṡocra . . ., Buile S. 132.21 .

II Subst. f. g s. -ra, -rach (cf. IGT Decl. § 161 ) discomfort: cor imthigh gach uile sdoirm ┐ a.¤ uaithe, BCC 296.13 . lan d'a.¤ . . . tre mhed a bfhuachta ┐ a saethair, 294.11 . ag fagail shaethair ┐ anshocrach ro-moiri, 16.33 . gan an- shocair, gan anbhuain, Tribes of Irel. 50.10 . re linn anshocra (: rodhocra) dh'fhadháil, O'Hara 2702 . See anacair.