snaidt(h)e, snoigt(h)e

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Mid. and Mod.Ir. part. of snaidid (see also snaisse) cut, hewn, carved : an gius ngarbhsnoighthe, TTebe 3674 . gur bha snoighte a sleagha ion aroile, ML 132.13 . Of stones: do rónadh lecht do clochaibh snaitte, AFM iii 312.10 . do bí ina ceist orra . . . gan clocha snoighti aca 'chum na hoibre féin do denamh, ZCP x 22.2 . ní thoigeobha tú í (sc. an altóir) do chlochuibh snoighte, Exodus xx 25 . Cf. snoighthe a cúirte `well-carved' (of a building), Studies 1920, 568 § 21 . i dtír ghéagshnuighthe Gaoidhil, Content. xxv 9 . Of weapons polished, sharp : claidem . . . cona eltaib snaidtib, CCath. 4689 . a réalta . . . bhéalshnoighthe `keen-edged' (to a weapon), TD 33.1 . do rinne sé soighead snoighte dhíom, Isaiah xlix 2 . Of literary compositions: eól dam fri sogairm snaitte | comainm Crúachna comnairte `by smooth-spoken eulogy', Metr. Dinds. iii 348.17 . a deirid do dhrécht shnoighte `well-trimmed', O'Gr. Cat. 555.32 . d'aois dealbha na nduan snuighthe `neat-hewn', Ó Bruad. i 192.3 . le dorchacht na ngrés snoighthe, Studies 1918, 617 § 3 . Note also: dá threibh dheaghshnoighthe, LBranach 5224 (see note). ionmhuin bonn do bhí snuighthe, Dán Dé v 44 .