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85 soinnim adj i (2 so+fuinnem) steady, firm, confident; eager : ēgōir
a ndernsat na fir | gan anmuin re síth s. ¤ `not to wait for fair
peace
', Fianaig. 62.27 . in tan ropsat . . . soinnme suntacha
suidigthi a sluagfoirne, MR 224.z . ina saeb-shluagaib soinnme,
sithalta siangoirti, 230.18 . fa Chluain Fraoich gér saoi soin-
nimh `like a cunning master', Studies 1920, 262 § 4 . is tú do
5roighne . . . | . . . | gréas soinnimh neamh ┐ neoil `the cunning
beauty of the heavens
', Dán Dé xxix 14 . Superl. rob iat . . . ba
soinnme ┐ ba santaigi saigid `the most successful . . . in onset',
MR 216.22 . Adv. dochodai-siu co soindim sogenda remond
isin teach, TBC² 2497 . do mesg sein co sinnib ar na sluagaib
10`eagerly attacked', Celt. Rev. iv 114.y . do freccradar Goill go
soinnimh sairésccaidh é, FM iii 232.1 . do freccrad co soindib
e-sim `they responded with alacrity', Ann. Conn. 1225.19 . do
chonnac dá choinnil naomh | go soinnimh ó niúl do niúl (i.e.
sun and moon), Dán Dé xxix 23 .

15 soinnmech adj o, ā (soinnim): a choguas do bheith slán soinn-
mheach ré saothrughadh soighníomh, TSh. 7837 .

soinsilér n(Eng. or Romance loan-word) a chancellor : imreasain
. . . etir iarla urmhuman ┐ an Iustis .i. an S. ¤ , FM v 1490.16 .
tuccadh coimhett claidimh an righ don tsonsiler, vi 2036.9 .

20 soirb adj i (su-ṡrib, Wortk. 135 ). (a) easy, smooth, pleasant : tri
insci redi (? leg. réid, Edd.) ┐ s. ¤ `through speech plain and easy',
Ml. 51c11 . amal as s. ¤ lat tairciud cech lathi in digaid alaili `as
it is easy with Thee to bring every day after another
', 111a5 . is
íat lucht díarbo s. ¤ in sét sain, aes óige, LU 2158 (FA). bá
25soirbh [a] slighe doibh go dul do Roim, BNnÉ 7.20 . robtur
athlumha . . . a longa ┐ bá soirbh a stiúradh, CCath. 1974 .
doigh nirbho soirph comhrac re Coin cCulainn, ZCP x 281.30 .
an tí darab soirbh an saoghal lé saidhbhreas, TSh. 9942 . tig
uadha le hintinn soirbh, DDána 31.15 . gidh soirbh dhuitse
30dul ar neamh, Maguires of F. 62.29 . As personal epithet: nis
batar mná soirbe soíre `there were no charming noble wives',
Todd Nenn. 250.5 . dreach shoirbh, DDána 83.21 . Equative:
amal as s. ¤ donaib broinidib in cocnam síc is soirbidir sin
forndengatsom inni bis fua mmam, Ml. 75b7 . soirbithir sin
35do dia, 120d5 . Compar. is soirbiu dano du chumachtae dæ a
denum, 74b14 . a[s] soirbiu gl. uolubiliorem, Sg. 16a4 . is
soirbhe sin iona dul i mBreathnaibh da thóraidheacht, Keat.
ii 4340 . Superl. amal as ned as soirbem `as it is that that is
easiest
', Ml. 56a13 . go bhfuil ar na daoinip is onoraighe
40shoirbhe . . . isin cristaigheacht, Fl. Earls 180.24 . Adv.
adhbhar egla, an saoghal d'fhaghail dognath go soirbh,
Parrth. Anma 72.23 . bás cháigh do ghabháil chuige go soirbh
cheerfully, TSh. 8591 .
(b) auspicious, favourable : da tecmadh comadh soirbh dó
45in bliadan sin ina consulacht, CCath. 75 . go bhfuil blodh dib
co s. ¤ (of the stars), Ir. Astr. Tr. 70.13 . ní cás soirbh, DDána
21.13 .

soirbe n iā,f. (soirb) ease, convenience : a chorp do bhreith go
Cluain Uamha . . . da mbeith a ssoirbhe `if it were convenient',
50 TFrag. 204.5 . i ffail i mbia soirbhe a marbhthe to a place
where they could easily be killed
, 234.11 . eól dam co soirbi
sercaig | Benn Foibni, Met. Dinds. iv 86.93 . ar shoirbhi ┐ ar
shobhraidhi, BR 80.9 . níor nocht sí a soirbhe dhúinne, `it has
never showed me any gentleness
' (of a horse), Aithd. D. 91.3 .

55 soirbemail adj i (soirb) joyful, cheerful, contented : do shuighiodar
. . . go subhach soirbheamhuil, CRR² 17 .

soirbigid v(soirb) makes easy, smooth, pleasant : soirbhidh in
conair damhsa gusin ethar uccat, BNnÉ 4 § 9 . soirbhigh
anois `send now prosperity', Ps. cxviii 25 . soirbhigh an rí
60róinn `win the King's good will for me', Aithd. D. 54.2 .

soirbiugad u m. vn. of soirbigid. soirbechad, IGT Verbs § 106 .
act of making easy, smooth, favourable : na neithe nach fedaeis
naeim . . . do shoirbhiughadh corub cuice do cuiredh Día a
soirbiughadh ┐ a réitech `these God sent to him to calm and
65allay
', BCC 223 . ro gabh ic edurguidhe na ndei . . . im soir-
bheochadh a réime, CCath. 420 . arna shoirbhiugadh ó ghrá-
saibh an Sbioraid Naoimh `favoured by the Holy Ghost', ITS
xvi 114.14 . trosccadh . . . do dhenamh frisin cCoimdedh fa
shoirbheachadh doibh, BNnÉ 51 § 40 . mas maith leo Dia do
70shoirbiughad doib, MS Mat. 560.38 . d'á iarraidh ar Dhia . . .
soirbhiughadh don droing curthar fá ghuidhe, Eochairsg.
52.33 . áit 'snach bí súil re soirbhiughadh aca a place in which
they need never hope to become cheerful
, TSh. 2711 . Of a person:
séad soirbhighthe gacha seanchasa . . . .i. Fionntán, ML 96.7 .

75 soirbius n u and o,m. (soirb) soirbhes m. g s. soirbhis, soirbhesa,
IGT Decl. § 38 . ease, calmness, contentment, enjoyment, pros-
perity : s. ¤ dóib acht na dernat leisce, Acall. 3479 . co coímeda
se tu a slighe an t-shoirbhesa conseruet te in uiam prospiretatis
(sic), Mackinnon Cat. 41.25 . ní bhí sásadh ná soirbheas `con-
80tentment
', Desid. 5945 . dotheighedh a ccró gach corgus | breth
da bfuair soirbhes ó Dhia, BNnÉ 141.4 . gan an roinn sin do
beith ar bail no do dul a soirbes etraibh `that this division . . .
prosper you not
', BCC 93 . áineas is soirbheas, Keat. ii 2343 .
d'iarraidh soirbhis dá n-eachtra, Content. v 20 . gidh maith
85le fear fuair soirbheas | ar n-uair is eadh is aimhleas, Dán Dé
vii 2 . an gníomh tug soirbheas ríogh ┐ ollamhan, Ó Bruad.
iii 84.7 . Of weather: soirbes aimsire, BCC 283 . fáth ón
doineann gach soirbheas síne, Keat. Poems 689 .