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sobaltoir xsee sabaltair.

sobarthanach, sobarthach adj o, ā (sobarthu) fortunate, prosper-
ous : ropa ṡona s. ¤ in rígi sin, LL 227a5 ( TTr. 721 ). senoir sona
soburthanach, Aen. 1481 . in t-aen Gaidhel . . . sobartanach
5saidhber suaithnigh, AU ii 272.7 . sruith srūamach soborth-
nach, Arch. iii 219.6 . ba he an morbhrughaid sona s. ¤ , BNnÉ
20 § 45 . Cf. Seamblan sobartach, IT iii 94.27 .

sobarthu n n,f. Later also sobarthan o,[m.] blessing, prosperity :
foráccaib bendachtain ┐ soburthain forru, Trip.² 2292 . Rí
10dorat sobarthain sláin | for ciniud n-amra n-abráim, SR 7433 .
corourthastar torad in aenméich bracha tria ṡobarthain
mBrigte secht neclasi `the produce of one measure of malt,
through Brigit's blessing, supplied (?) seven churches
', Thr. Hom.
66.25 . ferr sobarthain sūithi good fortune is better than wisdom,
15 RC xlv 21 § 13 . dosberad in coimdiu doibsin síth la sonind ┐
sobarthan, LB 132a6 . ar a sruithe sobartan in athur, Laws
iii 64.8 Comm . an tionad i ngebhae . . . immatt sruithi ┐
sobhartan ┐ airmittne ann dogrés, BNnÉ 14.2 . go n-imat
conāich ┐ sobharthain saoghalta, Fl. Earls 192.19 . Of per-
20sons: D. . . . sonus ┐ sobharthu Uladh uile, AU ii 110.1 . M. . . .
ceann sonasa ┐ sobharthain tuaisceirt Eireann, FM ii 1090.17 .
In n.pr.: misi . . . Mac Sobhartain .i. ronnaire is fearr ar bith,
Feis TC 793 .

sobas xsee sobés.

25 sobcha n pride, vain-glory : cen sotla .i. cen s. ¤ .i. cen uaill, Fél.²
lxxii gl. 28 . a mire in chorr-chlerig út . . . ┐ sobcca a briathar
`and the haughtiness of his words', RC xx 48.4 . do ṡ. ¤ ┐ do
ṡaisillecht (do sotlaso et do ṡoisle, v.l.), TBC 1803 .

sobdán xsee sabdán.

30 sobés, sobas, sobus n(2 so+bés) good conduct, good manners,
morality : atasuidi for sobus íar córus ḟine `he holds them fast
to good conduct according to the law
', Críth Gabl. 341 and n .
fri sobes, fri sorecht, fri soairle, Laws iii 22.9 . trí cáin docelat
éitchi: sobés la anricht . . . `three fair things that hide ugliness:
35good-manners in the unfavoured
. . .', Triads 84 . ferr sobés ina
doilgid `good manners are better than awkwardness', RC xlv
88 § 16 . a sobés, a sochostud, Ériu iv 148.2 . nóibad cuirp co
sobēsaib, ii 55 § 3 . córaigium ar mbethad . . . i sobésaib, PH
7883 . senadh do thionól . . . do erail riaghla ┐ ṡobhésa for
40chach, FM ii 992.4 . na subháilce ┐ na soibhéasa bhíos 'na
bhfál timcheall na hanma, TSh. 1468 . sobhas .i. sobes, ut est
slúagh sobas insegur comdliged co core do flaith .i. indsaigit
slog lais do chuindgigh a sobesa iar cuma, iar coir, O'Dav.
1406 , `a well-behaved army', Meyer, ZCP x 352 . See súabais.

45 sobis xsee súabais.

soblas xsee somblas.

sobraig adj i (2 so+bríg) (a) sober, calm, tranquil, cheerful : is alind
sen sobrich, Wb. 31b35 . s. ¤ a sobria .i. ōn subachus, Corm. Y
1130 . rop s. ¤ `let him be sober' (of a prince), Tec. Corm. § 6.4 .
50 s. ¤ cách co altrom `everybody is tranquil until he undertakes
fosterage
', § 31.15 . in denmna samad sobraidh (: solmaibh),
ZCP vi 264 § 4 . ar ba mescamail sobruige (? leg. sobruig) inti
nochaithed, Y Cymmrodor xiv 118.10 . As adv. ind sobríg
(sobrug, MS. leg. sobruig, Asc.) gl. graviter, Ml. 114a11 . ? As
55 subst. fairsing cach sobraid, Triads 251 . (sobraicch, v.l. glossed: sobríogh-
ach, p. 43 ).
(b) vigorous, powerful, influential, important : in cetna salm
s. ¤ séis | `quare fremuerunt gentés', Hib. Min. 45.12 . do Niall . . .
tucad soerfhiallach s. ¤ , LL 132b1 . cidh saer s. ¤ soceineoil, O'D.
60 531 ( H. 3.17, 431 ). ba sobhraigh Cearbhall do ghrés | ba
sobhraigh a bhés go bás `C. was always vigorous', TFrag.
222.13 . cach máin bói for talmain | bói lasin sáir s. ¤ , Met.
Dinds. iii 300.46 . gniomh sin dar sobrigh Fergus .i. ba so-
brioghach nertmar Fergus don gniomh sin, no ba sobarthain
65no sona dho, Leb. Gab. 108.11 .

sobraige n(sobraig) iā,f. sobriety: trí túarascbait cach ngenm-
naide .i. fosta, féile, sobraide `three things that characterise
every chaste person: steadiness, modesty, sobriety
', Triads 187 .
sobraid[e], 251 . fer sobraighi .i. dag britheaman, O'C. 477 ( H.
703.18, 248 ). bannscail beg a ciall gibe a sobraigh[e], 2600 ( Eg.
88, 51 (52)a ). fodhail na dtuarastal . . . iar sochar a [bh]-forba
. . . ┐ ar shoirbhi ┐ ar shobhraidhi, BR 80.9 . ? To this: bud
ergnaid ngáise, bud sobraide (sobraigi, v.l. BB 260a58 ), bud
saitech, SG 254.24 .

75 sobus xsee sobés.

soc n o,m. IGT Decl. § 67 . (a) a plough-share : cethramthu
arathair lais: dam, s. ¤ , brot, cennos(e), Críth Gabl. 95 . rāma
fri clais, socc fri coraid, biail fri dairimme, ZCP xv 314 § 8
(= Laws iv 70.8 ). a cuit i n-arathar cach fir dib .i. dam ┐
80socc ┐ brot, Laws v 88.9 Comm . athgabail fir suic, i 194.26 ,
.i. athgabail gabur don fir isa s. ¤ ro mebadh, 200.6 Comm .
cuinngid . . . in s. ¤ fair . . . ┐ ni lugaiti ro airset [na daim], Fél.
72.24 . ni tregdand socc na coltar na rámund talmain, Alex.
860 . eter an s. ¤ ┐ an coltar, BNnÉ 222.1 .
85(b) a snout : cosa ┐ suic na mbanbh, RC xlix 56.7 . dronn a
shuic ┐ a srōna (of a boar), ZCP vi 280.5 . an tan tig an mhuc
fá lubhghort cuiridh a srón fán lile . . . mar an gcéadna an tan
tig an peacadh . . . cuiridh s. ¤ . . . fá shoibhéasaibh, TSh. 9450 .
Compd. ¤ lán: ar ndol tar sáile s. `the sea covered with the
prows of ships
', Buile Ṡ. 30.10 .