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85 snasta adj(snas) cut, trimmed; polished . Of weapons: ar slegaib
. . . s. ¤ , TBC 3571 . a slegh seimnech s. ¤ , Acall. 3014 v.l. do
cranduib s. ¤ na slegh, CCath. 2795 . na saighdi s. ¤ , TTebe 1984 .
coma sna[s]ta [data] dat[h]a ┐ dellradacha dona cumdaigib
`gallant', 3072 . Of literary compositions elegant, well-turned :
dán s. ¤ `well-turned poem', O'Gr. Cat. 392.13 . do sheanfho-
5claibh snasda, Luc. Fid. 12.16 . le sruthán seanma s. ¤ (of
music), Hackett xxx 3 . Metaph. of persons: drong do thuill
ó shaoithibh s. ¤ | áiriomh léir a n-éacht `polished sages', Ó
Bruad. ii 242.5 . Note also: an múr maiseach s. ¤ snaidhmeach,
Keat. Poems 1496 .

10 snáth n o thread. Usually collect. in sense; rare in pl.: sēd
snāith, Corm. Y 1195 . snath glas olla . . . snath finn, Laws i
152.10 , 20 Comm . set int snaith ina cro, 30 Comm . , etymol.
gloss on snathait, 150.10 . o bias ina snath urlam, ii 372.18
Comm. in gloss on: leath do mnai a etach, 15 . fogniat s. ¤ do
15thusmhedh forsin talmain a n-inaduib inglana they produce
threads across the ground
(salamanders), Marco P. 26 . as lom
i s. ¤ mo cheirteach `bare of thread', Buile S. 30.2 . ag síorchur
sórt sómpladhach suaithnidh snáith, Hackett xxi 48 . ? s. ¤ ga
chur ina chrosaibh | cách ag dul ina deiseil, IGT Decl. ex. 503 .
20With qualifying g s. s. ¤ úama binding-thread (fig.): s. ¤ uama an
fhóid Loghasa `the uniting thread of this land of L.' (of a chief),
TD 16.44 . s. ¤ uama an duine re Dia thread binding man to God
(St. Francis), PBocht 8.35 . cneadh [chíche] . . . | bean [go
síne a] s. ¤ uama, DDána 48.11 . grís ghrádha Dé . . . is s. ¤ uama
25dona subháilcibh, TSh. 1708 . snáth snadhma gacha síodha
(the Cross), Aithd. D. 88.9 . Freq. with follg. óir, etc., of gold
or gilt thread used in ornament: co m-bo samalta ┐ s. ¤ ór-
shnáith cach finna, TBC 2716 = comba samalta ┐ orsh. ¤ , LU
6544 . claideb . . . co n-imdenam snaith óir, TBC 5196 . ag
30ímirt snait cruitne de or for cathbarr C. `mit goldenem Stick-
faden
', ZCP xiii 262.14 . ro fūaged co s. ¤ óir, Death-tales,
8 § 10 . etaigi . . . arna n-ilecur do snath alaind orda, TTebe
2214 . do shnath ciartha, LB 156b60 . s. ¤ lín yarn, 1 Kings x 28 .
s. ¤ sróil, LL 34b19 . bantrocht . . . | ag annla singreamhra gan
35snāth na ccóir `sans un fil sur elles', Études Celt. iv 303.21 .
g s. as attrib.: lēine . . . ōr-s[h]náith, ML² 1691 (cf. TBC 2716
supra). puball snáith, DDána 41.44 .
Extended applications. Of the strings of a harp: go s. ¤
umha, DDána 100.30 . Architect.: re dealbhadh s. ¤ gcaol na
40gcliath ties (?), DDána 119.31 . Of hair: snath .i. folt, Met. Gl.
32 § 3 . snáith th'oige the pattern of thy poem, Content. xxii
17 n. 4 . s. ¤ féithleannta fis the sinewed threads of knowledge, Ir.
Review 1913, 594 § 7 .
Compds. ¤ bréid threaded cloth (i.e. a sail): ro thócbadar in
45snathbréid . . . im barr uachtar in chraind, Acall. 3820 .
¤ chaíl slender-threaded: ro gab tonaigh . . . snat[h]cháil . . .
do sita . . . i custal a gelcnis dó, CCath. 4670 . a sreabhleintibh
snáthchaol fri a ccnesaibh `fine-threaded', FM vi 1918.11 .
leapthacha snáth-chaola sróill, TSh. 4170 . ¤ chaín soft-
50threaded : na bratacha snathcaine, CCath. 4928 . ¤ chengal:
cona snat[h]cenglaib . . . leo (of arrows), CCath. 5464 . ¤ ecor:
cona snat[h]eccur oir (a crown), CCath. 5289 . ¤ éicne, a kind
of ornament (`Schnüre', TBC 2720 , `strings', Lism. L. xxx 19 .
See éicne, 1 and 2 eó): cét s. don charmocol cummascda hi
55timthacht fría chend, LU 6547 . Anecd. ii 3.x . ¤ gerrad:
snáithghearradh sáoghail cutting the thread of life, Studies
1921, 419 § 11 . is snáth-gherradh saeghail . . . dam-sa, MR
302.9 . ¤ fhailgech: folt na ndual snáthfhailgheach saor with
threadlike ringlets
, DDána 96.31 . ¤ glan: ra Boaind snáth-
60glain bright-haired (?), Ériu vii 221.2 . ¤ glanaid: snáthghlan-
faidh sionn a samhail I will elaborate a similar (elegy), DDána
118.18 . ¤ mín smooth-threaded: ar fud do chiabh snáithmhín,
Dánta Gr. 13.2 . ¤ réim: snath-reim suidighthi gacha senchais
`in the series of narrating', MR 108.20 . ¤ ṡlemon: slega . . .
65snaithslemain, ZCP x 303.1 .

1 snáthach n[ā,f.] (snáth) thread, lace (?): da assan . . . cona
cassnaithchib . . . ic imfostadh a n-uruachtar, CCath. 5208 .

2 snáthach adj o, ā (snáth) in compd.: mic Fiachrach Foltsnathaigh
of the threadlike hair, Hy Fiachr. 14.y .

70 snáthat n ā,f. (snáth) needle : snáthath gl. acus, Sg. 107b3 .
snāthad .i. snāth-séd .i. sēd snāith ┐ toll snāthaide, Corm. Y
1195 . Cf. snathset, Laws v 380.23 Comm . a trí cóectu
snathat, LU 8857 ( FB 65 ). co tarla cach s. ¤ díb hi cró araili,
8858 (ib.). dosbeir a snáthait fein i llaim cacha hóenmná díb,
75 8860 (ib.). cró snáthaiti, 4882 (TBC). rind snáthaite, TBC
4710 . dá tairnad s. ¤ a féci for airlár co cluinfide if a needle
should drop . . . it would be heard
, MU² 232 . día faetsath s. ¤
isin tig, BDD² 792 . sadais . . . ind snathaid . . . inda dernaind,
Mon. Tall. 149.19 . uaimm snathati, PH 2862 . athgabail . . .
80im snathait, Laws i 150.10 . techta fuillema gill snaite (leg.
snáthaite?) druinige, v 382.1 . gill snataite, 380.14 . Indicating
a small (the smallest?) measure of value: imtoing ó (t)shnáthait
co dairt his oath is good in matters up to the value of a `dairt',
Críth Gabl. 24 . otha fer fortaig snathaiti go ruice torcbanb,
85 O'C. 1198 ( H. 3.18, 477 - 8 ) = O'C. 603 ( H. 3.18 295 ). snáthad cáel gel, Irish
Texts ii 25 § 25 . breith cámhuill tre shnáthaid, iv 103.7 . ní
bhfuigheadh an tsnáthad chaol | ionad im thaobh gan bheith
tinn, Measgra D. 34.11 . snathada, Rosa Ang. 12.15 . don tí
. . . do chromfadh ag tógbháil snáthaide, TSh. 10637 . le
hobair shnaithide needlework, Exod. xxvi 36 . ní léigfi si di in
5ts. ¤ do tharruing (of a diamond), Maund. 139 . Fig. snáthad
chroidhe . . . einingen (the death of) an only daughter is a needle
in the heart
, Buile S. 52.22 . snathad uamma na hairdríghe (of
a chief), ALC i 486.15 . In pnsobriquet: Snathat ingen Uama,
Anecd. ii 56.4 .