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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 .

sochtmar adj o, ā (socht) silent: ní s. ¤ anocht in tracht, Met. Dinds.
iii 214.5 .

sochumacht xsee sochmacht.

15 sochur ind(2 so+cor): fo sho-chur a craiseach, Mann. and Cust.
ii 262.42 .

socra n[iā,f.] (socair) ease, comfort, tranquility: ic iarraidh s. ¤ nó
sadaile, CCath. 1154 . ni hetgud srianach soccra `it is no
beribboned garment of ease
', Met. Dinds. iv 332.40 . cia an
20neach dar dholta ar a druim | dá sh. ¤ each gan ughuim however
steady
, Aithd. D. 81.8 .

socrach adj o, ā (socra) tranquil, unruffled : mac Cuilinn soer
soccrach `Mac C. noble tranquil', Gorm. Sept. 6 . is iomdha
géis thaoibhgheal sh. ¤ , Measgra D. 43.23 . As subst.: anúair
25ráinic an leomhan ar s. ¤ na talmhon terra firma, Ériu v 170.103
(leg. socracht?).

socracht n ā,f. (socair) (a) ease, comfort, peace, security : ata sidh
┐ saime ┐ s. ¤ isin crich-so, ZCP vi 290.31 . tangamair . . .
d'iarraidh inaid ēcin a fuidmis sīdh ┐ s. ¤ diar mbethugudh
30`quiet', 51.6 . ara foti leo beit[h] inn ecmais socrachta i tire . . .
budéin, CCath. 4457 . ni ar fhag se sith na s. ¤ a Connachtuibh,
ALC ii 506.19 . co nár leiccsiot . . . s. ¤ no sadhaile dóibh, FM vi
1970.10 . beag do sh. ¤ do shir sé, DDána 26.25 . saidhbrios ┐
s. ¤ , PCT 213 . ná déana síoth ná socrocht `make neither peace
35nor settlement
', TD 2.16 .
(b) ro thriall for culu docum na socrachta he retreated to the
level ground
, St. Ercuil 346 . Cf. Ériu v 170.103 cited s.v.
socrach.

socraid v(socair) rests, settles : socruidh eagna a ccroidhe an
40té agá mbí tuigsi `wisdom resteth in the heart', Prov. xiv 33 .

socraigid v(socair) settles, establishes, pacifies (trans.): ro
dhaingnigh ┐ ro dheghshocraidh . . . fona thigerntus . . .
moran dona tirib, ALC ii 354.11 . go socroighthear clár
Cruachan, TD 2.15 .

45 socrugud u m. vn. of socraigid. (a) act of settling, establishing
(trans.): iuisdís nua do thoighecht . . . do chertugud ┐ do sh. ¤
na hErenn `to settle and pacify', ALC i 460.12 . as é tug Gaill
go Fiadhnacha . . . do socrugad na tire, Fen. p. 173 n .
(b) act of settling (intrans.): nó go ttuga misi air mo dhio-
50ghaltas socrughadh ort `till I have caused my fury to rest upon
thee
', Ezek. xxiv 13 . ar shocrughadh chum suain dhamh,
Donl. 414.10 .

1 sod, sad n ā,f. sodh, sadh f. IGT Decl. § 39 . a bitch: lupabus
.i. sogh allaid, Ir. Gl. 297 . tanautatsom in tsod meic tíre, LU
55 6210 (TBC). ro hir dam . . . x soda (sodad, v.l.) soleicdi asa
slabraduib (.i. milchoin soleicthi), Ériu ii 3.12 . timorcsa in
cethri forsind áth . . . i rricht soide glaisse, LU 6094 (TBC).
cain cech culen fó shaidh, Cáin Ad. 8 . gein soighe solicthe .i.
Cuilen ua Fallamain, Anecd. ii 52.10 . is gúais ṡadh sio-
60bhalghrod seang | ó bhioradhmad dhamh ndíleann, Ériu ix
168 § 46 . ar ghníomh soidhe nó seabhaic, Measgra D. 54.28 .
sagh coiléir (choiléir, v.l.) óir í Alúin, IGT Decl. ex. 934 . an
cnoc a ndrochair in dam | sadh othair fad brot 'na bun, IGT
Verbs ex. 250 . sodh ┐ fearchú, Oss. ii 166.8 . Ruaidhri na
65soidhe buidhe, FM ii 958.15 . amal saga gera gortacha leoman,
TTebe 1888 . Fig. is tú an tsodh mheabhlach mheangach (of
the world), TSh. 2120 .

2 sod n[o] a weir : da trian na himarcrada eisc uad do lucht na
s. ¤ aile sis no suas cid be conair dib dech in tiasc, Laws i 206.1
70Comm . mas as in ts. ¤ is cuic seoit, iii 148.19 = mas a coraid,
O'C. 1735 ( 23 Q 6, 29a ).

1 sód, soad n(-á-?) o,m. (so+sáith, Thurn., ZCP xi 212 ) sógh
(ón digh) m. g s. sóigh, sógha, IGT Decl. § 38 .
(a) sufficiency, plentiful refection : do frithoiled iad do rogha
75gacha sōidh, Fianaig. 56.5 . socothach .i. sothbiadach .i.
soaidh do biad do fagbail ar conair, Laws i 42.4 Comm . is tre
ḟīr flathemon . . . sāme, soad, sothocad, ZCP xi 81 § 13 . is
mairg do lesaigh lé hiomad sóigh an corpan sin, RC xxiii 10.14 .
co tech h-I Chuind . . . teit O Dubda . . . ar sod irgaili d'fadbáil
80 entertainment extracted by force of arms (?) (see note), Hy
Fiachr. 208.8 . cidh sámh leis an sódh do-gheibh sna tighthibh
ósda, TSh. 3605 . mar a bfaghaim sógha rósta is fíonta, O'Gr.
Cat. 593.y . gach sórt d'ar chóir dol do líonadh chláir | níor
shógh sin dom dhóighse gan snaoisín d'fagháil, 605.15 . topar
85sóidh ┐ saidhbresa Muman `the fountain of the prosperity and
affluence of Munster
', FM v 1266.10 . ?madh fer dotghné soaith
for a ferdaib, madh ben dotghné soaith for a bandaib, ZCP vi
258.17 . Fig. is tu sod (no sasad) na mbeo ┐ betha na marb,
LB 225a27 .
(b) well-being, comfort, ease; pleasure, luxury : Cristan sodh
5(.i. soirbhe dia cholainn) ro sechain | ar bethaid co mbuaine
`C. who shunned ease for sake of lasting life', Gorm. June 12 .
iat-som fo brón bethad cé | cen s. ¤ is cen sóinmige, Met. Dinds.
iv 284.8 . is e . . . tuc sogh ┐ sith a Clainn-Cuile[i]n, AU iii
104.16 . cret in sodh sin ort `why are you in such good spirits?'
10 Tromd. Guaire 842 . teirce sóidh, aoibhnis, Desid. p. 14 n .
tréidheanas . . . do dhéanamh ó gach sódh ┐ ó gach sáimhrighe
shaoghalta oile, TSh. 8278 . fulang annróidh adhbhar soidh,
Irish Texts ii 25.1 . aithne ṡóidh is anṡóidh dh'fir, IGT Decl.
ex. 1185 . sódh ar a dtaisdil mo throigh | ba mór n-aisdir dom
15anmoin the luxury along which my foot travelled was a difficult
journey for my soul
, Dán Dé xxv 39 . guidhim an mór-sheisear
mór | fam thabhairt, a Dhé, ar dheaghshódh, xxv 53 . sógh
na sochraide neamhdha, DDána 37.3 .
(c) what is sufficient to effect something, a cause : sódh doi-
20mheanma an deleaghadh the separation is a cause of gloom,
Measgra D. 16.36 . sódh fuilngthe gacha fuarghaoil a sup-
porter of every disaffected kinsman
, 26.62 . sódh mímheanma
do mhúchadh `pleasure which quenches discontent', Ériu ix
167 § 42 . Mac Conmara . . . sódh a rainn ┐ a charad do
25chothucchadh, FM v 1650.1 . sódh éolchuire a n-iomarbháigh
`wearying was their contention', TD 15.20 . sódh feithmhe na
bhfear ngrádha, DDána 7.34 . sódh céille do chlaochládh
d'fhior, Aithd. D. 3.4 .