smúained

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Forms: smúainedh, smúaineamh, smaoineadh, smuaineamh

o (earlier u?),m. vn. of smúainid. smúainedh, IGT Decl. § 11 (54.23) . smúaineamh, § 28 (80.6) . smaoineadh, Donlevy 10 n . smuaineamh, Oss. iii 250.17 . act of thinking, contemplating; thought, imagination : smūaineth smūaines .i. scrūdan scrūdas in file, Corm. Y 1275 . With prep. AR: is eadh do-rónsad na hapstail, smuaineadh ar an mbás, TSh. 148 . is cóir dhóibh smuaineadh ortha féin, Donlevy 324.11 . With gen.: smuaineadh meinic an bháis, TSh. 158 . ni roithend . . . craidhi a smuaínedh gloir in tighi sin `cannot meditate the glory . . .', Études Celt. i 78.14 . feda (?) [a] smuain[eadh] . . . mar thanic [an Mac] = imaginare, Smaointe B. Chr. 301 . a siorsmuaineadh do grés ina cridhe thinking of Him in her heart, AFM i 172.2 (of St. Brigit). smuaineadh eccla feelings of fear, CCath. 3050 . is e smuaineadh daróni, caissel . . . do denum `design', 3425 . ced-smuainiud cindti cacha caingni `the first conception of forming every rule', MR 94.2 . ō smuainead an teinnis atā ar a chompānach, RSláinte 4546 . gin smuainedh extempore, Laws v 58.3 Comm . , cf. i 42.36 Comm . glan do ghníomh is glan do smuaineadh `pure . . . thy thought', Dán Dé x 22 . adhbhar smuainidh, L. Cl. A. B. 68.99 . síorsmuaineadh cean is cogthadh, TD 21.11 . a smuaineadh, a labhairt, ┐ a n-oibrioghadh in thought, word, and deed, Desid. 2495 . smúaineadha neimhghliocuis, Proverbs xxiv 9 . adeir an fer cedna co [ ] galar o na smuaintib o gluasacht na brighi [ainme], RC xlix 54 § 22 .