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sïd vFreq. also with diphthong -oí- (-aí-), see Thurn. Gramm.
§ 644 . soidid, IGT Verbs § 42 . I Intrans. (a) turns, turns
round; returns: no soe gl. averti, Ml. 44b15 . cia inni soas,
25 123d8 . sōithis Adamnān fri brēitheir a māthar, Cáin Ad. 8 .
soissit saer saeth laechdaigh, AU i 294.18 . sóis in mac for
cúlu, MU² 174 . acht nad sui for culud, Laws iii 78.6 . muna
fitir si ┐ ni soand-sum, v 204.20 Comm . mad dia soa foen ocai,
Ériu viii 122.18 . a sóitís dáine deisel, Met. Dinds. i 24.140 .
30 ba de sain soiset fo thuaid, ZCP viii 118 § 23 . dorat . . . a
lā[i]mh ind-agaid an muilind ┐ soais reime ar tuáthbel,
BColm. 58.25 . ro sai cen usci `he returned without water', RC
xxiv 198.10 . ro sai úa Domhnall ina fritheing, Hugh Roe
136.8 (fo. 36b) . ro soidhsettar in eachraidh isin mhuir, BNnÉ
35 325 § 43 .
(b) changes: glé rosoí gné Emer, LU 3890 ( SC 40 ). ro sóe lí,
SR 7379 . ra sáit gnéthi da gnúsib, MU² 500 . ara mence soas
gné | a gnúis ri úair ṅdochraite, Ériu v 211.78 . nirosoiset na
gega do benadh de a ndath féin tria bitu, D iv 2, 42v b45 . s. ¤
40dath dies: cen tam cen galar soi dath, Fél.² cviii 28 . rosgab
claimi, ro soi dath, SR 4641 . da tora rí Macha saifiter a datha,
CRR 22 .
II Trans. (a) turns : niro soí nech díb aiged ind eich in frith-
lorg, LU 2953 . ? dia faebra fichi cessóe cía bera na sui forellig
45na tulle miscais, 6637 . bé sues srotha coctha for cúlu, O'Dav.
536 . cu rasoad in lassar . . . in agaid na gáithe, Lat. Lives
94 § 89 . ro-soud in soigit for cúlu co Gargán, PH 7185 . cethra
harathru . . . rosoeiset an bhuain doridhisi, Lism. L. 1506 .
o' tcualatar Bretnaigh inni sin, soidhit Aodh Guaire for cula
50doridhisi, BNnÉ 322 § 30 . sóitear cinn na n-each fó dhes, SG
26.21 . ? To this: mad don snadud ron gabthar asrenar log
nenech in snaite, ┐ suith na hathgabala in sen co ro gabaiter
aitherrach it turns (i.e. ends) the distresses (?), Laws i 92.4 .i.
impait in athgabail in ni hisin, 98.20 Comm . With reflexive
55pron.: sechidú notsoesiu `wherever thou turnest', Ml. 112b6 .
With suffixed pron.: soithi as na diaid dar siúir `he goes out
after it across the Suir
', RC xiv 245.6 . sōithi sī dono (soithsiu
dono, soithise dó, v.ll.) īarsin Ronnat co Brugach mac Dedad,
Cáin Ad. 12 . sōethe (soete, v.l.) si dono for muin a meic
60conusrala isin ārmuch, 7 .
(b) turns, changes, overthrows : ru soad gl. peruersa, Ml. 101a6 .
soe Crimthan coscrach cing | cet catha clu cohind, Rawl.
116a30 . minic me ar an fhaith[ch]i-si | o rosaoi mo chéill,
Buile Ṡ. 138.12 . hi t[i]ugnair ticfa cith sóifess in bith uli fri
65hoenuair, KMMisc. 146.20 . ro-shói fuil do chnáim dó ar
imecla, PH 4141 . coro soadh a ainm dó ┐ doratad Mordrens
fair, D iv 2, 40ra40 .
(c) turns, converts, perverts : in tu-sa ro-shói mo brathair-si?
`art thou he who hast converted my brother?' PH 2127 . in cenél
70dóine-sea ro-shoiset in uli Iúdaide co na cretit dam-sa, 1751 .
togaethfaid sochaide soifid iliu h-é, LL 119b49 .
III With prepp. With A leaves : sai as aridisi, Ériu i 116 § 6 .
na soífeadh O Neill as an Mumhan go Beltaine, FM vi 2164.5 .
ro sae esti hi tíribh Gallia, CCath. 201 . With co turns towards :
75 co Issau soid, SR 3055 . ro-sói Pól co Petar ┐ atbert fris, PH
1830 . sóifit ceóil co bachlachu `music will turn unto boors', RC
xxvi 40 § 212 . is ann sin rosoei Colmán mac Lenin cusan
Coimdid, Lat. Lives 105 § 102 . returns to: sout . . . co tech
Guaire, Arch. iii 3.26 . soais go a muintir `he returned to his
80people
', Leb. Gab. 78.20 . ro saoi co muinntir Cluana hIraird,
BNnÉ 305 § 19 . rosoí cusan maigín asa tainic, D iv 2, 57ra42 .
an tan ro shuidhsiot gusan ngobernóir go líon creach, FM vi
1912.6 . With DO returns: ní soa dondi asa timthach `it does
not go to the person to whom the clothing belongs
', Ériu ii 206 § 27 .
85 rosod ind arc sa da dam, Rawl. 79a13 . soáidh MacCarrtaigh
. . . dia taigh, RC xviii 45.30 (Tig.). With FOR in phrase s. ¤
(cath) for overthrows, defeats : rosoied in cath for Tolamir `the
fortune of battle turned against T.
', RC x 184.28 . soiter for
Roen doridhisi ┐ maidheadh fair, FM ii 814.14 . rosoadh for
mharcsluagh na nGall, Hugh Roe 148.7 (fo. 39b) . turns
5 against : do aithe . . . a eccora for ó nDomhnaill ro shóidh an
fir-Dhia . . . fair, 258.26 (fo. 69a) . mairg bíos cen bráthair |
sóid gái for uathad, SG 364.z . With FRI turns towards, returns
to: is ed as slíc . . . foísitiu in mídénma fía[d] doínib ┐ ingell
ná[d] soífea friu aithirriuch a promise that he will not turn to
10them again
, Críth Gabl. 311 . soid fri haithrighe, Laws v 202.7 .
atchimm in coimdiu . . . co soam ria n-ar cenel that we may be
reunited to our kindred
, PH 6642 . rosō sidhe friu, Arch. iii
311.4 . turns against, attacks : rim-sa ní rosoa do drech, ZCP i
497.7 . frisa saefidis a ndromand, CCath. 2683 . sóidh Hectoir
15fris ┐ beirid rúathar n-adúathmar adócum, TTr.² 965 . ro
shuidh friu as a h-aithle he attacked them, FM v 1756.2 . With
I s. ¤ x . . . i y changes, transforms x into y: rasoisitsi ón i ngoi
┐ anfír ye have turned it into falsehood and untruth, Ml. 103c15 .
castorpollux ní eperr acht hilar dóib do gres in hilur dano
20asberr a rind hi roṡoithe, Sg. 73a11 . statim ro soad hi coirm
┐ bolad fina fair, Irish Texts i 10 § 30 . coro sóad i mmil,
Trip.² 171 . gabais a nathraig do lár | Moisi . . . | noscroith
nodosai i fleisc, SR 3863 . soit a n-écin . . . i toltanche fognoma
do Dia, LU 2161 . In pass.: sóifitir i clóini, Wb. 26a21 (leg.
25 sóibfitir, Edd.). sóifither ecna i ssáibbretha, RC xxvi 40 § 214 .
in foirenn . . . roptar cendsa fris ar tus ro-soitea i fheirg . . . fri
hElizár, PH 6562 . Note also: sóifid fiannas i cella ┐ i cleirchiu
championship will give way to cells and clerics, RC xxvi 40 § 213 .
acht corosoie for cula i cobais ┐ an aitrigi, D iv 2, 70ra15 .
30With o turns away from: ceine nosoifesiu húaim, Ml. 33a1 .
rosoisset a toil hua thuil dáe, 124c6 . amal soite a slúaig úad,
soid a grád ┐ a gráin for cūlu, ZCP xi 86 § 45 . soaid . . . Dia
o na doinib . . . in tan sharaigit he, PH 2354 . With RÉ turns
before, is defeated by: sáifiter sluaig re secht cléithe slúaig
35Ulad, TBC 4976 . fiachtar imaireg aindrenda etorra ┐ soither
ria Conall C. puts his enemies to flight, ZCP xiv 260.5 . soidit
ind fir riam asin taulaig imsoat Lagin ina ndīaid, Otia ii 86 § 4 .
nir soiter do gnuis frit naimdiu, ar ro soisiu remamsa since
you retired before me
, BNnÉ 304 § 16 .
40 Part. soithe gl. aversum, Ml. 94c15 . honaib soithib , 46c2 .
Vn. soud.

soidélach adj o, ā (possibly compd. from Lat. pseudo and éolach)
ignorant, unskilled (?); `rude, ignorant', O'R. As subst. iarr an
chomhairle ar an nduine ccrionna, ná sir í ar an soidéalach,
45 Mac Aingil 199.6 . ná taobh í ris an soidéulach ma's éidir an
t-eólach d'fhagháil, 431.9 . ná taobh cúis na síordhui[dh]eachta
ré soidéulach do not entrust your soul to an ignorant confessor,
412.12 . dlighidh da phríomhlochd na s. ¤ do sheachna, IGT
Introd. 2.34 .

50 sóidne n(sód, Measgra D. Gl . ) pleasure, delight : a bhláth bréagach
na hóige | dá bhfuaras sóidhne tamall, Measgra D. 76.26 .

sóidnes n(sóidne) pleasure: lucht suiridhe ┐ soighneasa,
Eochairsg. 81.18 .

soidnge n iā,f. (sodaing) ease, comfort : dia deōin trēcis s. ¤ ar
55dodaing `of his own will he has forsaken comfort for trouble',
BColm. 22.23 . ? nocha sodhainge | Sil Setna `tameable', MR
156.5 .

soifist ind(Lat. loan-word): s. ¤ gl. sophissma, Ir. Gl. 842 .

soigerin n primrose (?): emir slebi, caliment, s. ¤ , Rosa Ang.
60 258.16 . gab s. ¤ ┐ cartlann, 262.7 . See Gloss.

soigthenach xsee saigthenach.

soigthige xsee saigthige.

soil xsee sail.

soilb adj(cf. suilbir?) cheerful, gay : séimhfhir soilbh súghach
65sígheach, Munster Poets (1860) 164.12 . Adv. go soilbh súch,
Measgra D. 59.28 .

soilbech n f.(Stokes, O'Dav. 1439 , suggests compd. of 2 so and
a form of the root in mligid). In Laws in phrase s. ¤ bethach
a cow in good milk : caidi dethbir eturru sin ┐ an baile ata an
70ts. ¤ beithach la logh n-imaetha? biaid an ts. ¤ .i. an tso-loilgech
so no in tso-bleoghnach so do comloighidecht imluaidhi i n-a
ellach, Laws v 342.21 (= O'Dav. 1070 . Ériu xiii 29.22 . See
Bürgschaft p. 45 - 46 ). cona he sin an ts. ¤ bethach .i. in
tsolamh fiach bithi, no in tsom-loilgech, 344.6 Comm . (= O'C.
75 521 ( H. 3.18, 521 ). s. ¤ .i. sobleoghain, O'Dav. 1439 . s. ¤ bethach
.i. bó, 1440 . tir in a soilbeach suthach (.i. ann ar tharbhach
loilgheach no mart bhainne), Hard. ii 302.x .

soiléicthe adj(2 so + léicthe) easily loosed : rohir dam . . . .x. soda
soleicdi (soleicti, soleicthe, v.ll.) asa slabraduib, Ériu ii 3.12 .
80? To this as subst. impetuosity, speed : do riadatar in tren-
tricha . . . co ro focroitsitar ar a soilecthi (ara soleccthe, ara
soileigthe, v.ll.) troim-celtar in talman, TBC 5623 (Stowe).

soiléim adj i (2 so + léim) easily jumped; easily captured, easily
entered (?): teagh s. ¤ an saoghalsa, Dán Dé xxviii 15 . soalt .i.
85s. ¤ .i. léim maith, O'Cl. ? compar. do mhill ar n-oilen-[n]i Éri |
soilemi lind feni in fód, Irish Texts iv 113.3 .