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50 soithech n soitheach, soidheach m. g s. soithigh, n p. soithighi,
IGT Decl. § 55 . (a) vessel, container (for liquids, etc.): án .i.
sithal nó s. ¤ asa n-ebhar uisc, O'Dav. 119 . copáin ┐ cuirn ┐
araile soithige (soidhthige, MS.) examla d'or, Aisl. Tund.
117.14 . soithige don lemnacht, CF p. 73 n. 11 (= lestair,
55text). do bo nair le C.c. . . . gan soithighe aige asa tibrad se
an fin, BCC 81 . beiridh ní d'uiscce an topair libh i nbhar
soidhtighibh, BNnÉ 70 § 116 . an cheaddabhach uisge fhuair |
. . . | do bhí an soidheach thall go te, DDána 88.15 . tug lán
soithig leis díob (i.e. of berries), SG 9.2 . miasa ┐ soithigi
60`bowls', Marco P. 14 . soidhech do clāraib comdluthta do
chengal do reifedhaibh ┐ fhonnsaidibh `cage', 65 . an dtig an
choinneall do chum a cora fá bhéul tsoighthigh, Mark iv 21 . ní
choinnigheann an soitheach acht a lán, Ir. Proverbs 347 . co
facatar in soidhech naomhtha ac toigecht tar dorus an du-
65naidh the Holy Grail, D iv 2, 41rb17 . Folld. by a defining gen.:
soitec folamh gloine a glass vessel, Ir. Astr. Tr. 148.7 . turibulus
.i. saithech na tuise, Ir. Gl. 1134 . beir air an soitheach ta-
oisgthe baling-scoop, Aisl. MC 132.34 . cuir iad a s. ¤ tomhais,
Irish Texts v 6.17 . Fig. source : tír í do dháil gach deighioth |
70d'einioch cáigh is sí is soidheach (: oineach) a fount for the
hospitality of all others
(of a country), TD 10.1 .
(b) Of human organs: don taib asdig do na soithigib amail
ataid . . . na h-airteri ┐ na cuislenna, RC xlix 7.6 . let istig
dona soighthibh, Rosa Ang. 18.2 . imarcraid [flitaidecta]
75tacmaic isin soightheach i mbi in laogh, O'C. 1108 ( H. 3.18,
448a ).
(c) Of the body : nā mellad sind | in s. ¤ ēdlūith omall-sa, Arch.
iii 234 § 3 . an soitheach criadh an duine, TSh. 321 . teacht i
mbroinn óighe d'Íosa | dar chuir tré oineach uime | an
80soidheach fhuil umuinne, Dán Dé xx 2 .
(d) Of persons: bid sothech fonāmait ┐ gāire fer t'inaid,
BColm. 34.16 . s. ¤ dingbala d'airdrighi n-Erenn he was a fitting
vessel for the highkingship of Ireland
, AU ii 472.19 . Pól apstal
do bi 'n-a soightech toghta ag Crist vas electionis , BCC 238 .
85 soidheach lán d'eccna an t-epscop sin, FM v 1800.7 . brathair
minur do bi ina soigech togaidi glan o gnim, Ann. Conn.
1244.11 . narbat soithiuch senáruscc (of a poet), ZCP iv 238
§ 5 . narbadh sotheach dia saerad not fit to be ennobled, BNnÉ
p. 11 n. 8 . ca soitheach fithir is fó? .i. ca hadbhur oide is
ferr? (B. na f.), ZCP v 488 § 7 .
5(e) vessel, boat : in ténsoichech imlochtaidh ferry-boat, Caithr.
Thoirdh. 75.18 .

sóithech adj o, ā (cf. sōïd) fragile : sóitheach .i. brisdeach. ba
sóitheach .i. ba bristeach, O'Cl.

soithfir xsee 2 sodeithbir.

10 soithim adj amusing, agreeable, pleasant, affable : sothib ┐ is fursidi
in tuarascbáil (soitim, v.l.), MU² 695 . do léig Lachluinn
Leathan gáire mór sothuimh, PCT 653 . Adv.: as éanlaith na
cúige go soithimh `and the birds of the province are joyous',
E. O'Rahilly xxx 4 . aen maccaem s. ¤ soinemail ann, Acall.
15 4180 . cupla s. ¤ sarc[h]loinne, ZCP xiii 18.15 . fear soithimh
soagallmha `a sedate affable man', FM v 1792.2 . macaémh s. ¤
soidhealbda `a mild and comely man', vi 2176.y . doni sh. ¤
sogradach in duine imurces hi, Celtica ii 80.350 . bud rathmar
gach slógad s. ¤ , SG 353.16 . tán go dtnúth nách sothaimh sian,
20 Ó Bruad. iii 204.4 . rí mar Eilís . . . | bláthmhair . . . bheolt-
soithimb, 68.6 . bile búidh gnúis-tsoithibh aerach caoin (of a
chief), E. O'Rahilly xiii 107 . an múr geal-chaoimh glór-
shoithimh (of heaven) `gentle-voiced', Timth. vi 37 § 6 .

soithlech xand derivv. see soichlech, etc.

25 soithnge adj[io, iā] (2 so+tengae) eloquent: suithnge .i. sothen-
gaidh .i. maith a erlabra, O'Dav. 1467 . suithnge .i. suilbhir,
sen-ainm sin, Met. Gl. 20 § 63 . súi slan sothnge suthain, Fél.
Sept. 30 . bid slúagach sothṅge suithchernsa (of a prince),
ZCP xi 87 § 52 . ba innraic, ba suthnga, ba forustae, 96 § 55 .
30By metathesis: fer suilbir, soingthe, soagallmha, FM v 1704.2 .
soerlabhraidh soingthe co mbuaidh n-innsgni, vi 1960.3 .
As subst. an eloquent person; a judge : sái cach suthgnai,
Arch. iii 230.144 . sothnge .i. soitheangach .i. breitheamh .i.
adcoda sothnge siodhughadh .i. dlighidh an breitheamh sith
35do dhénamh, O'Cl. mana caemtheit a suthenga fodusera
airiucht, O'D. 34 ( H. 3.17, 32 ) = manis comtheit suithengthad
.i. muna roib aca comet in degtengaid uais, in brethem, Laws
i 84.10 Comm .
With abstr. meaning: cúic airdena déc degmná: cíall . . .
40sogoidelg no soitnge eloquence , RC xlv 60.25 . Perh. for
soithnges.

soithnges n[u,m.] (soithnge) eloquence: cetheora aipgitre gáise:
ainmne, somnathe, sobraid[e], sothnges, Triads 251 . trí
seithir sognáise: feidle, s. ¤ , cuinnmíne, 208 .

45 sol n k,[m.] (Lat. solum, Stokes KZ xl 249 ). See Ped. ii 98 . a
floor, basis, foundation : fol quasi sól, id est ab eo quod est
solus latine .i. fol cendfocrus .i. .f. pro .s. ¤ , fol quasi sol .i.
bondbach, Corm. Y 609 . iarsnaib fothib nó iarsnaib soilgib
gl. crepundia (confused with crepido), Ml. 44c13 . solaich
50daurthige, AU i 308.13 . focichsiter solaig .i. ceimnigfidir fo
sailgib inna [n]eclas do gait essi[b] `floors will be gone under
(by housebreakers)', RC xxvi 38 § 194 . ? To this: fer arfeid
solaig (rhetoric), LU 10886 . See also fol.

sól n(Lat. sōl) the sun : s. ¤ .i. grian, O'Mulc. 847 . is ann āsait
55clanna in terra intan nodaguire sōl, 65 . `sol' grian, Met. Gl.
31 § 2 . sol .i. grian, Lec. Gl. 483 .

solad, solaid n o and i,m. (2 so+líth) g s. in tṡolaid , Acall. 6248 .
solaigi, RC ix 458.18 . d s solud, LL 281b30 . don t-solaid ,
TMoméra, 162.27 . n p. soloda, LL 219b8 .
60(a) augury, omen : luid . . . doarfaighi seoin ┐ ḟi solaigi do
druid bai ann, RC ix 458.18 . adrad lītha nī fiu clúas | solud
nā sén sīabras bás, Hail Brigit 14 . cia sosén ┐ solud búi far
in ló i mbátar in ba maith fá in ba saich, TBC 1072 . na leic
[dochum] in chatha co tí nert don t-ṡeón ┐ don t-ṡolud until
65the charm and spell begin to work
, 5820 . con nach cóir . . .
lenmain do solud no ṡénairecht, LL 281b30 . ra airnaidit and
sain séna ┐ soloda ┐ líthlatheda . . . ra airthriall imthechta,
219b8 . in fuighbed sib sén na s. ¤ ro díchuirfed na trí náimde
út a hEirinn, Acall. 6231 . ro éirigh fri nert seoin ┐ solaid co
70n-imat brat ┐ búair `by strength of luck and charm', RC xxvii
262 § 4 . octecht do Chormac tria solud ┐ taiscelad druad, xxv
35 § 9 . dogebfa sen ┐ soladh od' caraid cumachtaidh cuigi sin
do dhenamh, Ériu xi 190.5 . do ceiled fis ar a bhfáidhib ┐ do
saobad s. ¤ ar a sénóirib, ML² 1053 .
75(b) good fortune, gain, success : codom-roib cach s. ¤ | ar molad
dot rígraid `let every profit be mine for (my) praise of thy king-
folk
', Fél. Prol. 11 . nárbu santach fair cauradmir do chosnam
etir fo bíth nárbu mó a solod dontí día tibertha hé oldás a
dolod, LU 9174 ( FB 90 ). dá dán oc Móen . . . | ó fuair solud
80in sóer-ḟlaith whereby the noble prince got his reward, Met.
Dinds. iii 334.10 . cach feine a folad .i. s. ¤ dolad, Arch. iii
226.12 . ni bia a soladh no a doladh damhsa o sund imach,
CCath. 4598 . borrfad Cuind focroidhfi Eirinn | . . . | cona
soladh cona dliged | cona chined ina dhiaig, Anecd. ii 8.z . ro
85gab Herimon in tuascert | . . . | cona sencus, cona sólud, cona
n-dligud, Todd Nenn. 250.225 . ni hurusa damsa gan techt
ann muna treigind soladh baidh Ulud, ZCP x 306.11 . a
cumha a cenn a soluidh grief for her after the good fortune she
brought
(?), Irish Texts ii 73 § 6 . giodh caomh é áille gan
sholadh | gráinne is é gan toradh tríd, Measgra D. 61.27 .