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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 .

5 solaít n(cf. Lat. solutio?) explanation, solution : dorad solaid ina
ndebairt, St. Ercuil 1314 . adermid . . . da tabairt solaidi don
arrdamaint sin `in giving a solution for that argument', Ir.
Astr. Tr. 26.19 .

solam adj o, ā (2 so+lám, Loth, RC xxxviii 172 § 168 ) quick,
10 speedy, prompt, ready : s. ¤ .i. soellam, Lec. Gl. 92 . solamh .i.
ésgaidh, O'Cl. s. ¤ for muir, maith oc imram swift, Ält. Ir. Dicht.
i 40 § 22 . s. ¤ cech marcach `every horseman is nimble', Tec.
Corm. § 13.34 . co n-acammar fúatha . . . na fer isin charput
s. ¤ , LU 9252 . srebai solmai síabardai, SR 8159 . deich [g]-coin
15t-sholmha, BR 204.22 . buidhni sotla solma, ML² 1064 . Gob
na Sgéal sgeamh ṡolamh (: thomhadh) (of a horse), DDána
98.37 . gur bo hullam inchaithme ┐ gur bo solum solesaigte í
(of a feast), SG 238.9 . ni solum lais dul he is not eager to go,
O'C. 431 ( H. 3.18, 234a ). bam s. ¤ d'ḟoraire, LL 343d44 . is
20solamh teccait fon ngáir `promptly they come at the call', ZCP
x 24.10 . slectadh fo thrí s. ¤ sís `let him bow down promptly
thrice
', Ériu i 193 § 3b . cainiudh cach cinadh caingnig | co
nderaib saidbrib solmaibh, ZCP vi 264 § 4 . oirchill na mbreath
s. ¤ sírcinnti berur annsin `the ready . . . judgments', RC xxviii
25318 § 29 . cech senchaid s. ¤ `every glib shanachie', Met. Dinds.
iii 12.146 . Superl. cia solmha rángais? `who are the swiftest
you have met?
', Tec. Corm. p. vi 25 . Adv. int s. ¤ gl. ultro, Ml.
19c17 , 42a9 . ind s. ¤ gl. prone, 131b5 . taot uadha co solamh
sarcalma, TBC 3922 (Stowe). ergidh rí Midhi na modh | a
30ndíaidh a mná co solom, BColm. 88.22 . atbertsat . . . gaei do
thabairt leis ┐ tuc go s. ¤ , PH 141 .
As subst.: coir n-athcomairc do-eclannar im cach s. ¤ sonaisc,
Cóic Con. Fug. 22 § 18 .

Solam pn n,m. Solamh g s. Solaimh, Solmha, Solmhan, IGT Decl.
35§ 194 . Solomon: libru Solman sex-us .i. ro seich libru Solman,
ACC 57 ( RC xx 254 ). audsud n-ecnai, amal Solmoin, Trip.²
643 . tempull Solma | co slecht[h]ar and gu hoirichlech, Arch.
iii 234 § 13 . a altóir teampaill ṡuairc Ṡolmha | ga ngealltair
cúaírt chunnla, IGT Decl. ex. 2149 . Subíona na mbríathar
40nglan | do tógaibh teampall Solmhan, 2150 .

solarda adj io, iā (based on Eng. or Fr.) solar: in dara bliadain . . .
don cical tsholardo, Ann. Conn. 1224 § 1 .

sólás n o,m. (Eng. or Romance loan-word) (a) comfort, solace :
bidit bithbéo 'gott pianad do grés gan s. ¤ . . . gan fortacht, Aisl.
45Tund. 107 xiii (3) . fā mōr an s. ¤ tug comhrádh na maighdine-si
do Dhes. ¤ , Desid. 2868 . do bi an Tigherna oc tobairt sólais da
mathair, Smaointe B. Chr. 2010 . nírbh ail léo a tubairt mur
shólas da corpaibh fíruisci d'ól, Études Celt. i 86.16 . do-
dhéanadh a dtighearna súd dithcheall chum sóláis do chur
50ortsa, Maguires of F. 67 . do-gheibhid s. ¤ ┐ fortacht tré naoimh-
iodhbairt an Aifrinn, Donl. 44.1 .
(b) joy, gladness : rocoimlinadh Tundal do solás et gair-
dechus, Aisl. Tund. 118 xxvi (2) . [atamaitne] ar solas atrasta
annso `just now we are joyous here', Fier. 98 . lán do shubhachas
55┐ do s. ¤ (muy alegre), Desid. 3244 . gur sguir solas an tighe
(convivae), Smaointe B. Chr. 1863 . cion a bhfaghann do sh. ¤
┐ do shult, TSh. 2026 .

sólásach adj o, ā (sólás) comforted, joyful, happy : bi sólasach, a
tigerna, Aisl. Tund. 112 xviii (4) . nach mothuighim mé féin
60s. ¤ an uair tharcaisnighthear . . . mé, Desid. 2213 . neithe
solásacha d'iarraidh ar a nduine ag a raibhe dolás i ngar dhó,
MS Mat. 540.18 . atá mo chroidhe s. ¤ annsa Tighearna `my
heart rejoiceth in the Lord
', 1 Sam. ii 1 . athair solasach `a glad
father
', Prov. x i . Superl. nach bhfuil ní as sólásuighe leis,
65 Desid. 6798 . Adv. ag labhairt go simplidhe s. ¤ , Desid. 5362 .
do bidh se go luthgairech solasach, BCC 7 . do chaitheadar . . .
proinn ┐ tomhaltas i bhfochair a chéile go soilbhir s. ¤ , Maguires
of F. 68 .

sólásaigid v(sólás) comforts, cheers : ar n-athchur a tuirsi ro-
70solasaigeth iatt, Aisl. Tund. 110 xv (1) . sólásuigheam sinn
féin lé grádhuibh `let us solace ourselves with loves', Prov. vii 23 .
sólásaighear duine le freagra a bhéil féin, xv 23 . Vn. sólásug-
ad: roghavh an t-aingel ag a sholásughud, Aisl. Tund. 108 § 5 .
as a ccuirfeadh sé daoine dot shólásughadh, 2 Sam. x 3 .

75 sólásta adj io, iā (sólás) pleasant, cheerful : do bhí ar dteannghuth
go dtrásda | againn san uair shólásda, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 164.54 .

soláthar n o,m. (? 2 so+láthar) act of gathering, collecting, pro-
curing, providing : méit éigin fiadhan da muintir fein . . . do
tsolathar to collect a number of witnesses from his own retainers,
80 O'D. 1958 - 9 ( Eg. 90, 7(8)b ). ag solathar a litreach d'fhuas-
lughudh ar espucoid Daire `making a collection to redeem
(from the merchants who had advanced the annates) the papal
briefs appointing him to Derry
', AU iii 304.16 . ag s. ¤ na séad . . .
saoghalta, TSh. 10613 . neithe do sh. ¤ dá oighre, 4609 . níor
85luigh ar leith a mháthar | do-ní seacha s. ¤ he went not into his
mother's territory, he provided for himself outside it
, DDána
96.29 . atá d'fhiachaibh air an bhfear s. ¤ do dheunamh d'á
theaghlach, Donl. 350.6 . ar mbeith dúinn ag s. ¤ dheagh-
neitheann, 2 Cor. viii 21 . ó chuaidh a lúith ┐ a lámhach ┐ a
shalāthar féin as power of providing for itself (of a bird en-
5feebled by age), Celt. Rev. x 142.29 . Of collecting literary
materials: fer . . . deghsolathair `an industrious man', AU iii
476.22 . le sgriobhad agus le s. ¤ gach neithe dar bhean le
naomhuibh Eirenn, MS Mat. 551.35 . Bolg an tSoláthair
Miscellany, Flower Cat. 395.15 . Of the thing acquired:
10 Corcumruadh cona cíos . . . a sholathar ferainn i ttiribh
tuadhmumhan ┐ a beathaighthe ecclaisi maille fris `its
acquirements in land
', FM v 1600.y .