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85 smittach n(smitt?) In name of a metre (`crop-eared', O'R.):
debide s. ¤ , IT iii 17 § 43 . Cf. 18 § 48 (= debidi smotach, 67 § 4 ).
debidhe Smíthach `lobe Debide ', Mac Carthy 130.1 (smítach,
128.5 , smitach, 134.14 ). See also smutach.

smiur xsee smir.

smól xsee smál.

5 1 smólach n[ā,f. and o,m.] m., IGT Decl. § 55 . f., § 56 . smao-
lach, Measgra D. 39.29 . thrush : truagh an ḟáidh | doní in
smolach, Acall. 847 = CF 1008 . stmolach (in `én-ogam'),
Auraic. 5695 . dordān smōlcha, K. and H. 24 . guth luin na
smolche, Ann. Inisfallen 917 . asi in smolach is lia aisdi
10cheileabhraidh ar bith `blackbird', Oss. v 50.3 . mian-ghol
bhíos i nguth na s. ¤ , Keat. Poems 167 . Cf. gleann cuachach s. ¤
lonach full of thrushes, Measgra D. 43.5 (leg. smólchach?).

2 smólach xsee smálach.

? 3 smólach indsee Measgra D. 43.5 cited s.v. 1 smólach.

15 smot x=smit(t)?: robe díaes aramac s. ¤ , IT iii 67 § 4 = Mac
Carthy 120.19 . deibidi S. ¤ ann so, Mac Carthy 120.17 =
smotach, IT iii 67 § 4 .
Compd. ¤ ulcha: Petrus liath uili ┐ s. fair side-whiskers (?),
BB 14b7 (cf. RC viii 362 n . ).

20 smotach x= smittach, q.v.

smotán n(cf. smot, smitt) stock, block : smotan `a stock', Eg. Gl.
559 . ag rádh ré s. ¤ . . . ┐ ré cloich, Jerem. ii 27 . In n.loc.: Baile
an smotáin, Hy Fiachr. 154.9 . See Hog. Onom.

smragda xsee smaragad.

25 smúained o (earlier u?),m. vn. of smúainid. smúainedh, IGT
Decl. § 11 (54.23) . smúaineamh, § 28 (80.6) . smaoineadh,
Donl. 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
30do-rónsad na hapstail, smuaineadh ar an mbás, TSh. 148 . is
cóir dhóibh smuaineadh ortha féin, Donl. 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
35[an Mac] = imaginare, Smaointe B. Chr. 301 . a siorsmuain-
eadh do grés ina cridhe thinking of Him in her heart, FM 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
40of 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. Buidhe 68.99 . síorsmuaineadh
45cean is cogthadh, TD 21.11 . a smuaineadh, a labhairt, ┐
a n-oibrioghadh in thought, word, and deed, Desid. 2495 .
smúaineadha neimhghliocuis, Prov. xxiv 9 . adeir an fer
cedna co [ ] galar o na smuaintib o gluasacht na brighi
[ainme], RC xlix 54 § 22 .

50 smúainem xsee smúained.

smúainid v(cf. smúan) (a) meditates, reflects on, considers. With
follg. subst.: smūaineth smūaines .i. scrūdan scrūdas in file,
Corm. Y 1275 . smuain in croich think of the cross, O'Gr. Cat.
372.16 . smuain a bhfoil dá dheasgaidh dhaoibh consider, Dán
55Dé xxiii 33 . do smūainius (-es, MS.) an mnāi tucc Eoin, RC
xxxvii 350 § 4 . nach smúain an t-imneadh oile `has no thought
for any other care
', Studies 1919, 258 § 23 . With follg. AR, FOR:
mairg . . . | nach smuain ar mhuinntir Mícheol, Dán Dé xiv 24 .
docuaidh Gyi . . . docum an tuir ina roibi in rigan ┐ dosmuain
60fuirri, ZCP vi 27.3 . gach uair ro smuainedh si for na dubhail-
cibh . . . doróine riam whenever she reflected on her past mis-
deeds
, Études Celt. i 85.18 . smuáin ar na neithibhse think on
these things
, 1 Tim. iv 15 . With follg. clause: smaoinidh féin
an bfedubair consider whether you know, O'Gr. Cat. 442.13 .
65 smuainis nach roibhi . . . di dín aigi muna deachadh a n-aér
he realized that his only protection was . . ., CF 314 . do smuain
go bhfuighbheadh féin bás mar gach fear realized that he must
die
, TSh. 685 . smuainim cionnus chéasfas Dia . . . an dream
is fuathmhar leis = cogito, 6924 . ro smuainis ocum nar bu
70coir dam dul, Laud 610, 25b12 . With vn. constr.: ? smuainidh
é tresin imadh | guaillidh Dé do dhíchionnadh, IGT Verbs ex.
909 . smuain gan do chlódh choidhche ar cúl remember thou
canst never return
, ex. 221 = DDána 42.24 . Cf. smuainis a
choin i ngcumhgach `remembers his leashed dogs', Studies 1928,
7570 § 22 ( Aithd. D. 3. 22 ).
(b) contemplates, purposes, intends, devises : mairg cride ro-
smuain (of an evil deed), PH 3308 . do reir mar do smuain in
fir-Dhia . . . na seacht sair-nime `conceived', MR 94.3 . beag
nar smuain anumhla d'Eoin almost contemplated disobedience
80to J.
, PBocht 13.18 . a aimhleas is é do smuain, Dán Dé xix 3 .
lór do sduaidh Eamhna a fhagháil | ar shmuain meanma Í
Mhadadháin, DDána 85.48 . an nech do smuain éd redt' inbhe
(sic leg.), Irish Texts ii 48 § 20 . a ccroidhe na droinge noch
smuáinios an tolc `that imagine evil', Prov. xii 20 . With follg.
85 vn. constr.: gairid ar mbúaín resin mbeirt | gur smúain an
aibhid d'imeirt, IGT Decl. ex. 625 . dar smuain teachta ar a
thaisibh resolved to visit, Dán Dé iv 26 . smuainis Maodocc
. . . | dul da oilithre a hErinn, BNnÉ 283.1 . ro-smuain techt
isin colaind = volebat, Aisl. Tund. 95.1 . Cf. is i comairli ro
smuain A., techt . . ., CCath. 3233 .
5(c) thinks, imagines, supposes, surmises : ro smuainestar C.
a sidhchairdi . . . do tocht da chosnamh thought his friends of
the `síd' would come to defend him
, TBC 3835 (St.). do smuain-
eadar . . . | taem báisi risin mbas-crann `they thought . . . that
the knocker had been smitten with frenzy
', Ériu iv 116 § 25 .
10 bean do smuain Sé sa tsein-reacht foresaw, A. Ó Dálaigh xiii 4 .
? ní smuainim nach biam i bhus | ón luaighill do niam anos,
Dán Dé ix 5 . smuainit ┐ tuigit . . . gur . . . `surmised', Fl.
Earls 52.11 . slige nachar smuain duine dul du Goll co brath
`by a way that none thought a Gall would ever take', Ann. Con.
15 1225.12 . comarli . . . nar smuain Condachtach na Muimnech
do denam doib, 1235.9 . nach ar smuain croidhe an duine
`nor hath it enter'd into the heart of man', Donl. 190.3 . Note
also: nach mór go smuainid amháin air ni air bith do dheunadh
mar gheall air an té do chruthaigh . . . iad `they scarcely even
20think of doing anything
', 464.5 .
Vn. smúained.