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sochraite n iā,f. (sochrait). sochraidi f., IGT Decl. § 3 . (a) the
state of having good or many friends : atait ceithre comadhuis
85cacha raithe la Féine . . . s. ¤ cen féimed (.i. imat ndaghcarat
aca, cona féimenn tobach an feichemhan), Bürgschaft 41.8 .
ni laig aimsir for rinn sochraiti na dochraiti . . . .i. on fir
deacairdeach na drochcairtach, O'C. 1901 ( 23 P 3, 21b ). ferr
sochraide slaibre, RC xlv 79 § 19 . Attrib. g s. aurail coimperta
i soaici sochraiti `das Anbefehlen von Zeugung (Kindern) in
5eine wohlbefreundete (?) gute Erziehung
', Stud. in E.Ir. Law
26 § 7 .
(b) friendship: sochraide .i. socháirde, O'Cl. dligid aite a s. ¤ ,
RC xlv 30 § 7 , `ein Ziehvater hat auf seine (d.h. die ihm zukom-
mende) Freundschaft Anspruch
', Stud. in E.Ir. Law 26.20 .
10 mac gaibes ar sochraiti .i. in mac alair ar shocharaiti, O'C. 399
( H 3.18, 222b ). in mac alar ar Dia ┐ in mac alar ar seirc ┐ in
mac alar ar s. ¤ can torachtain na sochraite, O'C. 400 ( H. 3.18, 223a ).
biathad congbala fri sochride tuaithe, Laws iii 20.21 , .i. in tan
bis ac denam degcairde don tuaith, 26 . cet[h]oir flathae duine
15isan centur .i. ōeti ┐ soinmige, slāine ┐ sochraiti, ZCP iii
453.16 . acāini imned fris, ronguidh di ṡochraitiu, ZCP vii
305.11 . dodeochatar fir Espáine lais dia ṡochraiti la Condlae
on account of his friendship with C., viii 316.34 . Attrib. g s.:
mór d'fhearaibh sochraide many friends, Measgra D. 18.21 .
20(c) In concrete sense a body of friends, a person's followers,
a retinue: is degchlu don cach sin s. ¤ leis do cum ndala no
aireachta, Laws iii 22.x Comm . mana nasta sealb no gaes no
s. ¤ , iv 352.8 . Fig. s. ¤ Dé domm anucul, Thes. ii 356.15 . sógh na
sochraide neamhdha | atá thuas mun dtighearna, DDána 37.3 .
25(d) allies; an army : dom-béra ar écin fri sochraiti Ailella ┐
Medba, TBC 141 . co tí collín a ṡluaig ┐ a ṡ. ¤ , a thinóil ┐ a
thochostail nar sochraiti-ni, 4936 . cōic cét airdrig cona s. ¤
remib, Ériu ii 100 § 4 . roleiged as a sochraidedha `their forces
were allowed to depart
', AU ii 408.11 . forgla ríogh ┐ taoíseach
30. . . a sochraide ┐ a mbáidh Ghall, ALC i 4.5 (perh. to (b) supra).
da coirgead deich mormair Briain cona ngall socraitib, Cog.
168.8 . Diarmuid mac Murchadha do techt a nErinn ┐ socraidi
Gall ┐ Saxanach ┐ ridiredh leis, RC xviii 274.3 . fuaratar fis
na sochraide sin do thecht i n-a tír, ML² 910 . ní díoth sluaigh
35ná sochroide, TD 18.4 . Freq. in phrase s. ¤ slóig reinforcements:
do techt i n-imechtur Espaine do iarraid sochraide (fuillidh,
v.l.) slúaigh, CCath. 2391 . do chuaid do chungid s. ¤ slúaig,
LL 223b26 ( TTr. 473 ). sochraiti ṡloigh d'iaradh ┐ dober-sa
dhuit int sochraiti druadh, RC xliii 22 § 21 .
40(d) a funeral, funeral cortège : gurab somholta dul i sochraide
na marbh dá n-adhnacal, TSh. 5558 . sochraiti linmar ┐
torramh ro-onōrach, Fl. Earls 238.28 .

sochrud xsee sochraid.

socht n m., IGT Decl. § 95 . (a) silence; gloom, dejection; stupor :
45 co imfolnged ermitin feid mihi a s. ¤ som `that their silence might
work honour to me
', Ml. 92a7 . ba he trath i mbatar isin ts. ¤ sin,
Anecd. ii 57.1 . in mag itám sund 'nar s. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 90.21 .
bí s. ¤ san chlaustra orra, TSh. 8689 . ro thoit s. ¤ ┐ muich mor
forru, LB 223b4 . tainic soc[h]t ┐ imuamon aiccenta ┐ cum-
50sccughadh menman do, CCath. 5471 . samhail ar sochta,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 164.71 . s. ¤ ┐ síordhúbhadh, Atlantis iv 192.1 .
fo-ceird (cuirid) i s. ¤ : ro-lá . . . i s. ¤ innī Mac Dathó, Sc.M² 3 .
rosla h-i s. ¤ mor menmain Alexandir, Alex. 167 . o ro-chualatar
na scéla-sin, ro-lá i s. ¤ ┐ do-rochratar a ngúise fri talmain, PH
55 3742 . ódconncadar . . . na brodonchoin . . . dochuir a s. ¤ mhór
íad a bhfaicsin, ITS v 132.3 . ag síréighmhe nár féadadh do
chor i s. ¤ , TSh. 9332 . foceird (cuirid) s. ¤ for: ro la s. ¤ mór for
Ghaoidhealaib de side, FM vi 1904.11 . rolā side s. ¤ for na
hēxib, Arch. iii 3.19 . do chuir sin s. ¤ mór ar lucht na hUardha,
60 ITS v 90.21 . do-beir (beirid) i s. ¤ : o dot-rat i s. ¤ , i sním, Ériu
vii 225 § 48 . dorat i s. ¤ seal an slógh, Buile Ṡ. 112.23 . tucais
ilar sluag i s. ¤ , RC xxiii 420.21 . do-beir (beirid) s. ¤ for: tucsat
s. ¤ for in cathugudh `they stilled the fighting', CCath. 2763 . in
cath i Sleib Crott cumnech | tuc s. ¤ for sluag saer Mumnech, RC
65 xxiii 314.z . dorat s. ¤ for sluag saer grec, MacCarthy 186.14 .
(b) quiet, rest, peace : s. ¤ óm amharc ní fhaghaim, Dánta Gr.
28.4 . airisim indti i s. ¤ ┐ i sadaile co deoig lai resting there in
peace and comfort
, D iv 2 75rb36 . ní bhí s. ¤ ná seitheamh ar an
aidhbhirseóir, TSh. 7016 . ní ba s. ¤ daibh i ndún Chuirc (of
70drinking horns), DDána 74.48 . s. ¤ nocha bia ar phláigh ná ar
phéin, Dán Dé xxvii 18 . See also tocht.

sochtad vn. of sochtaid. gloom, sadness : ba sochtadh ┐ ba
snim, ba machtadh ┐ ba meragud menman les he, Ériu viii
18.9 .

75 sochtaid v(socht) (a) falls silent, keeps silence : sochsit (leg.
sochtsit) uli iarom ┐ ferais in rí faelti fris, LU 10897 . sochtais
Máel Dúin iarom, 1675 . rosochtsat in churaid . . . la himnaire,
Anecd. ii 56.16 . rosocht fri ré da uair nullum verbum proferens,
Lat. Lives 4.4 . sochdait na hIúdaide iar sin `after that the
80Jews were silent
', PH 2975 . sochtait na cluig a gcétóir, Fl.
Earls 52.21 . In impers. constr.: ro ṡocht forra `silence fell on
them
', CCath. 5561 . sochtais bar Eidiph o 'dchualaid sin,
TTebe 4594 . do sochtadh leo fán gcath do thabhairt `they
ceased to speak of engaging in the battle
', Keat. iii 4384 .
85(b) is struck dumb, stunned, amazed : dorala co n-erbailt a
aiti isin dail, ro sochtsat na huile di hein, Trip.² 161 . sochtais
Ailill la sodain ┐ nibu fáelid leis a menma, LU 8748 ( FB 56 ).
roṡochtsat-som iarum illi obstupescentes , Lat. Lives 13.3 . no-
sochtatís . . . o menmain ┐ no-ingantadís stupebant autem
omnes, PH 5377 . Impers.: rosocht fair coma cruaidhither re
5crandlaem gach n-alt, TTebe 3364 .
(c) comes to a halt, ceases, stops : sochtsat . . . for formna na
fír-fairge `they stopped on the shoulders of the open sea', Met.
Dinds. ii 26.15 . sochtais in peist ba treise the strongest reptile
desisted
, Irish Texts i 18 § 54 . Rarely trans.: mar nach
10sochtaid na seanchadha an nídh deistineach so are not silent
regarding
, Keat. i 10.3 .