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55 snáïd vFirst vowel prob. short in O.Ir. (see Thurn. Gramm.
§ 47 ). In later lang. freq. snáidid, snáigid, and also often with
stem snaí- (diphthong attested by rhyme in bardic verse, see
IGT Verbs § 42 ). On pret. see Thurn. Gramm. § 680 .
(a) swims : ro sna .i. dorinne snámh, O'Cl. snáifid Li Ban
60sair síar sanchan, LU 2965 . With follg. acc. swims across :
m'oenurán . . . | ro snó farrci, LU 3016 ( SG 235.25 ). bá samlaid
sain ro snausa in farrci, 9436 . ro snadius muir, 3000 . i Fáil
Segi snáad lind `in F.S. would he swim the water', Met. Dinds.
ii 80.23 . snait in sruth, Ériu v 225.109 . dosnai (dosnaith,
65 v.l.) co min an sruth, RC xix 262 § 178 (Fier.). do snae roime co
sanntach in saile, ZCP xiii 219.1 . i saindelgna rosná (rosna,
MSS.) `in the secret spot he swam to', Met. Dinds. ii 28.23 .
indar-latt is muir ro snaidsiut (of galloping horses), IT iii
239.135 . snaeiid sgoth E. . . . | Loch Feabail ó burd do burd,
70 IGT Verbs ex. 377 . With prepp.: ? is tre fhīr flaitheman do
hiubla uisce ëisc ar srothaib snaaither (see v.ll.), ZCP xi 92
§ 20 = īasc a tonnaib do-snāmaib segar `wird der Fisch . . .
im Schwimmen erjagt
', 82 § 23 (see note p. 100 ). do hiascaib
snait i srothaib, SR 7260 . nad boi muir i snaitis, Ériu ii 104
75§ 15 . dia snaidhi íasg i ninberaib, TBC p. 237 n. 8 . snaghid
co cian o thir, RC ix 460.12 (snaised, v.l.). fororcongart A. . . .
ara snáigtis . . . docúm na hindsi, Alex. 677 = aro snaidis,
BB 494b4 . snáaid eoin ar indberuib, BCC 384.22 = snaidhit,
KMMisc. 313.27 v.l. ( 321 ). co snāifitis maic midaísi foraibh
80(of streams of blood), ZCP xi 62.5 . is dar in sruth sin rosnoed
Leander, TTebe 1531 (rosnoidh, v.l.).
(b) Of a ship, etc., floats, sails: Noe, . . . | rosnái uas tonnaib
dílenn, SR 2292 . nach snaighinn longa . . . air, RC xix 270.4
(Fier.) ni snaidhfedh long ele . . . an aband sin fen o laighet a
85huisce, . . . muna snaidhed[h] long C.C. í, BCC 344.30 . ni hedh
amain do snaí si an abond sin (of a ship), 33 . do snaoi mar
bu bád ar muir (: bhaoi), Aithd. D. 94.16 (of Christ walking
on the water). co snaighdis (consnaetis, text) na copana . . .
comola arna lintib fala, TTebe 1909 n. 6 . snaidhid na
búideil sin `those flasks swim on the river', Fier. 49 .
5(c) creeps, crawls : ? snaifid anmanna ili for sligi richid, LL
284a46 . do chonnairc mé cuma gach uile neithe shnáidhios
creeping, Ezek. viii 10 . na huile neithe snáidheacha shnaidhios
air an ttalamh, xxxviii 20 .
(d) Of a river flows: snaid gl. meat, Ml. 93c1 . sruith-lind sin
10cen bás co bráth, | snás dar Lifi co lond-gnáth `which pours',
Met. Dinds. ii 68.30 . Segsa snás a Síd Nechtain, 82.42 . snáidh
gach sreabh gusan moir móir (: Tháil), IGT Verbs ex. 378 .
ar Sinainn-ne gusa snáid | dos láid na minaibne a méid, ex. 379 .

snaide vn. of 1 snaidid (see snas). snoighi f., IGT Introd. § 3
15(44.9) . (a) act of cutting, chipping, hewing, planing : ic s. ¤ na
crand, TTr.² 600 . tamain troma do giuis arna garbsnoidi,
TTebe 1475 . dearna a láimhe acht a lámh oile | clár do
b'áilne snoidhe sain (of St. Margaret), DDána 32.22 . Of the
planing of spear-shafts: tuc dó crand sóer dia s. ¤ `to plane',
20 Met. Dinds. iii 248.83 . dorinde a s. ¤ co dingbala (sc. the spear-
shaft), Acall. 4899 . dobertis Connacht[a] a n-gai do . . . dia
s. ¤ , ZCP i 104.2 . co facca chuice in s. ¤ | do brú Féile findglaine
`shavings', Met. Dinds. iii 248.95 . Of lacerating flesh, etc.: nar
mothaighetar na h-iaraind ga snoidhe ┐ ag gerradh a corp
25`hacking', ZCP iii 520.17 ( BCC 5 ). rogav . . . ag snoide a
gruaidhe dia ingnib, Aisl. Tund. 107.17 . as eigin an cnaimh
. . . do shnoidhe, 23 K 24, 99.1 . cromáin snoighthe cnámh mo
chinn `hooks tearing my skull', Aithd. D. 92.15 (? leg. snoighe,
Ed.). Of a horse's hoofs: slicht an groighi óig tre fhér | ag
30snoide an róid gu roithrén denting the road, IGT Decl. ex. 1254 .
(b) act of making, fashioning, creating : is ceart snoidhe
(snoighe, MS.) na seacht nimhe, ZCP xiii 14.3 . dá síoladh ┐
dá snoighe to fashion them (the human race), DDána 41.8 . Of
a boat: Argho saor a snoighei-se, DDána 107.27 . brúg slait-
35geal is saer snaidi nobly built, Hy Fiachr. 264.11 . áluinn
óghshnoighe a meóir mhín, Hackett xi 23 (-shnaoidhe, v.l.).
Of the Irish language: ceitri randa raither dhe | for snoidhe
na Gaedheilge, BB 17b2 . Note also: mo dhán ar n-a mhíon-
shnoidhe, Aithd. D. 19.3 . Of the putting together of a
40 genealogy: slecht na righi is seimh snoidhe | line don reim
rioghraidhe the royal line which has been fittingly (?) drawn up,
LL 394.54 . ná fágbam Ceara . . . | can a dúchus do dénam, |
can beith co seim 'cá snaidi, | d'á breith 'sa reim rigraidi, Hy
Fiachr. 186.3 . This may also be the allusion in: a shénchrann
45go sliocht snoighe, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 122.67 .
(c) Fig. act of wearing away, causing to waste away, afflicting :
tug soin ar snoidhe go cnáimh | doigh ghraidh, Rel. Celt. ii
290.9 . an bhean so ag á snaigh ┐ ag á seargádh féin . . . le
trosgadh, Eochairsg. 90.14 . ata sí ag snoighi mo bhall | mar
50do-ní an t-oighi an t-íarann, IGT Decl. ex. 64 . ag snoidhe a
chnám i gcás na hEirenn wearing away his bones, O'Gr. Cat.
565.35 . díoth Airt, easbhuidh T., | mur [a]táid ag snoighe ar
súl, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 112.31 .

snáidech, snáigech adj o, ā (snáïd) creeping : na huile neithe
55snáidheacha shnaidhios air an ttalamh, Ezek. xxxviii 20 .
gach uile ní snáigheach, Deut. xiv 19 .

snáided xsee snádud.

snaidid v IGT Verbs § 74 . cuts, chips, hews, carves : snaidid
ethra carve out (build?) ships, LU 2962 ( SG 234.34 ). snaidid
60crand, LL 116 marg. sup. urrad snaides bir, Laws iii 188.10
Comm . ní snoighther crann don chéidbhéim, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
178.164 . as ar shnoigh tú túama amach dhuit féin `hewed',
Isa. xxii 16 . ro snoided ┐ ro slemhnaiged (of castles), ML²
1110 . an neoch nachár snoigheadh dhíobh ro briseadh, ML
65 132.15 . snoighter ┐ minaiter na clocha (i.e. by the sea), Ir.
Astr. Tr. 34.29 . do shnoigh na tíre gan tál shaped the coun-
tries
, DDána 42.31 . Of a warrior in battle: snaidfea na sluagu
co serb `du wirst . . . zerhauen', TFerbe 376 . Of composing
verse: do snoighfidhe . . . | gréas badh sgoithghile sgiamhadh,
70 DDána 73.31 .
Vn. snaide, snas.
Part. snaidte, snaisse.

1 snáidid v ī. On the apparent s-subj. in early relig. verse see
Thurn., KZ xxxi 101 , Gramm. § 430 . protects, convoys. In
75Laws usually of giving safe conduct as far as the border of
another `túath'. fer midboth . . . snádid a chomgrád tara
thúaith fadesin he can escort a man of equal rank with himself
as far as the border of his own `tuath'
, Críth Gabl. 27 . ní snádi(g)
na(ch) grád nech bes ardu, 114 . ní snaighi deora[id] araile
80 a foreigner may not convoy another foreigner, Laws iv 230.3 .
fear snáidus, O'C. 370 ( H. 3.18, 207 ). is comcintach anti
snaidius ┐ snaidtiur ┐ biathus ┐ bíadtar, Anecd. iii 26.2 . fear
snaiter, O'C. 370 ( H. 3.18, 207 ). Cf. cach recht . . . nad snáter,
O'Dav. 1370 (glossed: nochan etar a snamh). ní snaidhe biuba
85tar tuatha toirrsecha .i. ná tabair snadha do na bibadhaib,
O'Gr. Cat. 101.10 .
In non-legal contexts: Iob cona fochaidib | sech na nemi
ronsnáde (-snada, v.l.) `may J. . . . protect us past the poisons',
Thes. ii 301.2 ( Hy. i 13 ). dond richiud ron-snáda, Fél. Feb. 23 .
romsnāidi a comarci, BColm. 94.20 . romsnāidhi mo Rí, Ériu
5 iv 238 § 18 . snáidsiunn Moysi may M. protect us, Thes. ii
300.9 ( Hy. i 11 ). snáidsiunn ruri, 302.7 ( Hy. i 27 ). ar suí ar
slánicid | snadsium ar cel, LU 1187 (ACC) = snāidsiunn, ZCP
viii 287.4 ( Rawl. 107a26 ). snāidhsim Dīa na n-uile, ZCP x 347 § 14 .
ronsnādat a nnōebitge | hi flaith nime `may her . . . prayers
10protect us into heaven's kingdom
', Thes. ii 348.7 ( Hy. v 92 ),
glossed .i. donet ar sóerad, 40 . ron-snádat dond rígu, Fél.
Jan. 23 . rom-ṡnáidet mo ṡruithi, Ep. 47 . rom-snáidhet sech
dronga may they bring me safely past hosts, Arch. Hib. iv 207
§ 18 . romsnāidhet de siu | ar demnoibh na ceo, Ériu iv 238
15§ 16 . Moysi . . . | ronsnāid tria Rubrum Mare `who protected
us through R.M.
', Thes. ii 300.9 ( Hy. i 11 ). Moisi . . . ro-n-
snade, Lib. Hymn. 26.11 n . Abram . . . | . . . ruri rosnádai the
prince who protected A.
, Thes. ii 302.7 ( Hy. i 27 ). cach óen . . . |
. . . | i ṁbithḟlaith ind rígsa | noda-snáidfea in slúagsa will
20convoy them
, Fél. Ep. 160 . snaidfid anmanna ile, Trip. xxv
§ 37 ( Rawl. B 512, 64c33 ). snāidhfe snāidhsium, ZCP vi 258.3 .
Vn. snádud.