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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 .

5 socair adj i Also occas. socar (: locadh, TD 20.44 . : ¤ fhocal,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 165.105 ), form condemned in substantival
use, IGT Decl. § 161 . (a) smooth, even, level : gur bo crúaidh s. ¤
an tslighe, BNnÉ 327 § 50 . rocunnaic log socuir . . . isin aill
`[he] saw a level recess . . . in the cliff', St. Ercuil 344 . as lethon
10s. ¤ in raon gabthar cusan mbas `lada et speciosa est via', Aisl.
Tund. 105.12 . cead luighe ar leabthaibh socra, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 170.133 . clár socar na síothchána `the comfortable
plain of peace
', TD 20.44 . Of a horse, comfortable for riding:
ar sódh na n-each s. ¤ seang, SG 26.23 . robai a ech s. ¤ . . . ac
15doibli ┐ ac daeibili, TTebe 1384 . ber mūl s. ¤ sogluasta fud
`have under thee a comfortable . . . mule', ZCP vi 283.21 . Of a
boat, steady: ba soccair tra in lestar i n-dechumar `she was a
sound craft
', Aisl. MC 85.15 . Of a harbour, calm: no go ran-
gatar cuan s. ¤ Súilighi, L. Chl. Ṡuibhne 19 . Of wrought work,
20 smooth, even: dornchla sacra `comfortable', O'Gr. Cat. 376.15 .
cris s. ¤ seimidhe, TTebe 3736 . Of teeth: ni dheirméd a déd
socar | nó an bél chanus ciúnfhocal, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 165.105 .
Of a garment, smooth, soft: édach sídamail socuir ` well-fitting ',
SG 248.27 . Compar. ród is réidhe . . . ná slighe is socra, TSh.
25 10765 .
(b) easy, quiet, tranquil : gur iarr ar Dia mar sás s. ¤ | bás tar
bhethaid, BNnÉ 241 § 177 . is s. ¤ a chodlas duine ar chneadh
dhuine eile, Ir. Proverbs 344 . Adv. ro badur ann . . . co subach
soccair ac ol na fleidhe, Acall. 6357 . da áitreabhadar go
30neimheaglach . . . suaimhneach s. ¤ `quiet and secure', Judges
xviii 7 .
Subst. socair, cóir (socar, lochdach) f., IGT Decl. § 161 .
Compds. ¤ chaín: aeingem socarc[h]ain solusta, CCath.
4713 . co cruth socharchain (of a person), 406 . ¤ glan: téigh-
35idh teannál an adhnaidh | sging reóidh an ruisg shocarghlain
`of the calm clear eye', Studies 1921, 420 § 17 . ¤ thrén: do
c[h]uireadar amach . . . a sgūdada slemna . . . socair-t[h]rēna,
ML² 651 . ¤ thiug: ro ghabhastair a mhuinche sh., ML 112.12 .

socaire ind(soc): acht lotaire beag ó Chruachain Chuinn | a's s. ¤
40eile ó Liath-druim `another snouty of Leitrim', Tribes of Irel.
36.8 .

socamail n i (2 so+accomol, Thurn., Stud. in E.Ir. Law p. 26 )
cheerful, pleasant, easy : ba bron di suidib m'aicsin in imniud
iar mbuith socumail `it was a grief to them to see me in trouble
45after being happy
', Ml. 44c6 (see Ériu vii 79 ). esparta suairc
soccomail | uaim re toirsi theind, Acall. 2961 . ech . . . s. ¤ i laim
easy to manage, O'C. 1863 ( 23 P 3, 20a ). Compar. co mbad
t-shoccomlaite do Ísu marcachus do denum forru, PH 4455 .
As subst. i,[n]. Later socamal o,m. happiness, comfort, ease,
50 convenience : cid in imniud cid hi socumail beusa gl. tam
aduerso quam prospero tempore, Ml. 53b8 . aurail coimperta i
soaici sochraiti, is cor cach techta, do-ber socomu[i]l a (leg. i,
Ed.) cumt[h]us a comaitreib `er bringt (oder, welcher bringt)
Wohlbefinden in die Gemeinschaftlichkeit ihres Zusammenwoh-
55nens
', Stud. in E.Ir. Law 26.4 (= Laws ii 360.z ). ar socomhail
roinne for convenience of division, O'D. 2348 ( Rawl. B. 506,
39c ). ni ro for coibnius collaide nách ar shoccomul n-aimserdai
acht ar bóide, PH 5810 . 's ní ar dhocamhal dá dhocra | ná ar
shocamhal shaoghalta, Measgra D. 52.52 . is follas as na
60neithibh so gurab air ar socamhalne do fhech se ┐ nach he a
shocamhal fein, ITS xxix 222.15 . an bhfuil sócamhail pianta
ag duine seacha duine eile? ZCP iv 434.10 . do réir mar theid
an easlainte i socamhal thar an easláinte ghéir `quanto morbus
extremis est mollior
', 23 K 42, 5.16 . nach fuighbhe sochar ná
65socamhal ná suaimhneas, TSh. 1134 . ruiber ón fhairrge ar a
ttathaigit báid gusin mbaili re socomhol ┐ comfhortacht na
fairrge, Fl. Earls 30.12 . acht an seachtmhadh lá sé Sábóid an
tsocamhuil é, Exod. xxxi 15 . socamhal beag dfagháil, Job x
20 . do aithin sé . . . socamhal do thabairt do, Acts xxiv 23 .
70 dochum socamhuil do bheith ag daoinibh eile, 2 Cor. viii 13 .

socamlach adj o, ā (socamail) easy, pleasant : a anal do bheith
socamhlach, 23 K 42, 224.17 . bui tra in slige go soirp so-
comhlach aca, Fl. Earls 118.21 . is socamhlach eólus don tí
thuigios `knowledge is easy', Prov. xiv 6 . Compar. gúr fá
75socamhluighe do Shodom `it shall be more tolerable for Sodom',
Mark vi 11 . níos achmuire, níos sócumhaluigh, Donl. 116.2 .

socamlacht n ā,f. (socamail) ease, alleviation : atā se tarbach . . .
ar son dā shocomlacht: an chēdshocomlacht dīb ar eagla
cnaīti imurcaidi na flichideachta prēmamla, RSláinte 109 .

80 soccsáil: ind bronnlog .i. s. ¤ gl. loligo, Sg. 47b7 .

sochaide n iā,f. Forms in O.Ir. Glosses: n s. sochuide, Wb. 23a8 ,
Sg. 50a11 . sochude, Wb. 8a17 . sochaide, Ml. 107a15 . sochide,
Thes. ii 17.33 . a s. sochaidi, Ml. 50c11 . g s. sochuide, Wb.
12c28 . sochude, 9a4 . inna sochuide , Sg. 199b13 . d s sochuidi
85 Wb. 14d30 . sochudi, 11c6 . sochaidi, Ml. 131d4 . sochidi, 45a8 .
sochaidhi sochaidi f., IGT Decl. § 3 . multitude, crowd, host : ar
dagní sochuide báas ar a charit `for many a one dies for his
friend
', Wb. 12b34 . fristait sochuide domsa and gl. adversari
multi, 14a13 . hóre cretes sochuide Deo , 23a8 . donnéicci súil
sochude `a multitude's eye beholds us', 9a4 . mani rochoscasom
5a muntir intain biís cen grád ni uisse toisigecht sochuide do
a congregation , 28b28 . farbbiba s. ¤ . . . dia rucasom in n-ingin,
TBFr. 187 . ingelt súili sochaidi `lit. a grazing for the eyes of a
multitude .i. an attractive spectacle
', BDD² 1032 . Cf. sasad
sluaig sochaidi | sellat fri caem-Chainech, RC xx 146.27 (ACC).
10 asbert . . . nábad s. ¤ no bertha chucai, LU 4976 (TBC). con
airgabtha s. ¤ mora dib, AU i 328.13 (A.D. 830). inbleogain
nosbeir co treisi, ┐ acra for sochaidhe not beir co cuicthi,
Laws i 184.z . sailm aurnaichti . . . fogníad . . . la sochuidi `are
used by some
', Mon. Tall. 128.28 . is diairme immad na s. ¤ inte,
15 PH 45 . is sochaidi . . . charfus in mac sa ara irrscēlaib, ZCP v
504.3 . cath . . . inar thuitetar sochaidhi, RC xvii 377.22 (Tig.).
gníomh síodhaighthe sochaidhe (: roimhe), TD 22a.37 . ni tusu
cetduine roraid sin riu, uair i[s] s. ¤ adubart riu, TTebe 2683 .
Folld. by DE: nī s. ¤ do mnāib dogēnad fria mac `not many
20women
', Cáin Ad. 14 . is sochaidhe dferuib Erund condemnig-
thur a neimtsenchaidh sidhe, Laws i 22.26 . robbadhad
sochaidi di Chiannacht, AU i 238.3 (A.D. 769). ro-impod s. ¤
do Romanchaibh fo eris, PH 288 . With pl. vb. s. ¤ tra do
noemaib ┐ do fírenu ro-comailset in forcetul-sa, PH 1472 . ro-
25comtinolsat tra s. ¤ díairmidi ann-sin, 1889 . Contrasted with
óen: in oen ┐ in sochaidhe, Mon. Tall. 70 (156.24) . cuin tig in
t-en duine no cuin tegaid in tsochaidi, Laws v 6.3 . cidh
sochaidhi no cidh aon, ZCP vi 260.16 . Contrasted with
úathad: cid uatha cid s. ¤ ro aentaigh in nimbadhudh, Laws iii
30252.3 . ised uatath insain conoirg fri sochaid[i], iv 176.2 .
nímdersaigi fri ūathad, nomdiusca immorro fri sochaidi, TBC²
635 . is ca lín ra lád cose | inn uathad no in s. ¤ , TBC 589 .
curach berar for sál . . . cid úathad cid s. ¤ nodmbera `whether
it be one or many
', Ériu ii 206.1 .
35In military sense army, host : ní slúag ná s. ¤ sin acht na daire
romóra secha táncamar indé, MU² 370 . batar sochaidi trá
iter da ṡíu ┐ anall in tsluaigse (sic leg.) .i. tri .lll. curach ┐ cúic
míli indib, BDD² 474 . ba begc slúaig do Chonall ┐ ba sochaidi
do Aed Roin, BColm. 92.25 . ba demin leo combad slicht s. ¤
40sut ┐ gomba tadall mórslúaig, TBC 703 . mōr do shluaguibh
┐ do sochuidhibh, Feis TC 1907 . ní hobadh catha dhúin[n]
anadh ré ar sochadhaibh, CRR² 23 . roergedar slúaig ┐ so-
chaidi ┐ sochraideada, TTebe 1386 . do ruaigsead reacht
Tighearna na sochaidheadh = exercituum, TSh. 1602 .