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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 .

soláthraid v(soláthar) procures, acquires : do hsoláthair se sin
dam `he procured that (i.e. a pardon) for me', Irish Texts iv
1528.23 . do sholáthair an abdhaine don mhac óg, TSh. 5030 .
duine nár shealbhaidh ┐ nár sholathair én phinginn do cuid
eglaisi Dé, FM v 1608.22 . dá chéd ech . . . do shaláthair sé i
gcomair na dála sin, Caithr. Thoirdh. 3.13 . an tan do sho-
láthras . . . neach ní air bioth go heugcórach, Donl. 160.16 .
20 d'fhollamhnughadh eagluise Dé, do sholáthair sé le n-a fhuil
féin, Eochairsg. 77.25 . soláthruid a mbeatha san tsamhradh
(they prepare their meat), Prov. xxx 25 .

solis?: ind s. ¤ nó sobis .i. suabis .i. sobesach, O'Dav. 1455 .

sollamain xsee sollumun.

25 sollamanta adj io, iā (sollumun) solemn, solemnized : secht secht-
maine shollumanda . . . ó cháisc co cengcidis, PH 8030 . a
llaithibh s. ¤ on feast-days, BCC 395 . a bhfritháileamh solla-
mainte na n-uile shacramainteadh, Desid. 4963 . chom
aiffrinn sallamanta, Fl. Earls 184.3 . is cruinniughadh s. ¤ é,
30 Lev. xxiii 36 . Seoan mac Gille-Coisgli . . . leghtoir sollumanta
gacha dlighidh, AU iii 14.8 (`reader Jubilatus', i.e. who had
held the office fifty years, FM iv p. 693 n. n ). móid sh. ¤
geanmnuidheachta (vow of chastity taken by a priest or
member of a religious order, opposed to m. shimplidhe, a vow
35made by a private individual on his own behalf), Mac Aingil
260.y . Adv. móid gheanmnaidheachta do berthaoi go s. ¤ ,
O'Hussey T.C. 220.4 .

sollamantus n o,m. (sollumun) solemnity: comhchruinniughadh
ar in magh . . . isna laithip sin . . . go s. ¤ adbal-mor, Fl. Earls
40 114.14 . mar chuiss onorachuis ┐ sollamantuis dona hogmnaip,
178.10 .

sollamnach adj o, ā (sollumun) solemn: ni dlegar umla ele ann
do-roissed i peccad acht onorugud s. ¤ but it (i.e. Sunday) must
be solemnly honoured
, PH 7363 .

45 sollumun n o,m. (Lat. sollemne, see Thurn. Gramm. § 924 ).
Later also sollamain i (occas. also k), f. high-day, festival; a
time of festival: amal arrograd descad fo bairgin i s. ¤ agni síc ni
coir descad pectho do buith i sollummun Agni .i. Christi , Wb.
9b13 . ara celebartis a sollumnu, Ml. 102d3 . sollummun in
50Ueteri cengiges ` Quinquagesima is the festival in the Old Testa-
ment
', Thes. i 495.35 (Ardm.). fo bíth in Choimdeth asa
sollommun, Irish Texts i 7 § 23 . cid ind domnuch ceth hi
soldamain `even on a Sunday or a festival', Mon. Tall. 81
(161.19) . educh domhnuigh ┐ etuch sollumuin, Laws ii 148.11
55Comm . a n-dobertha dóib isin tṡollomain doberar día lúain
(of Sunday), Ériu ii 208 § 31 . comull s. ¤ , Stud. in E.Ir. Law
19.5 , .i. comtinol bi ar cind na sollaman .i. ar caisc no notlaic,
Laws ii 358.27 Comm . athgabail itir da sollumuin, v 256.30 ,
.i. itir da Caisc no itir da Nodlaicc, 258.16 Comm . dia teccmai
60. . . tocomracc tuaithe no sollamon n-adratha, 398.11 . robai
sollamon mor in Inis Cetheree .i. sollomuin Iunuinde, LL
402a29 . dá cét déc slechtan leis cach laí ach i sollomnaib
tantum , LU 642 . doronsam sollumain ┐ edbarta . . . ar a
anmain, Aen. 950 . is mor in t-sollamain-sea, PH 5600 . cen-
65motat Domhnaighe ┐ sollamna ┐ airdfheile, FM ii 952.15 . as
ann cheleabraitt an eglais lith ┐ sollamhain naomh Malachias,
1084.14 . ris na sollamnachaib ┐ ris in corgas, O'C. 696 . do
reir ghnathuighthe na sollamnach according to the custom of
the feast
, Luke ii 42 .

70 solmae n(solam) iā,f. readiness, quickness : s. ¤ .i. solam, Lec. Gl.
91 . go s. ¤ .i. go nésgaidheacht, O'Cl. dia rohícad co solmai |
don galur, dond innlobrai, SR 7375 . Dīa nomcobra cōi | co
solma ro-sīa, Arch. iii 223.1 . lór a sholma ro bái tan, Acall.
1188 . ingen bad chomadais dó ar áis ┐ cruth . . . ┐ solmi, LU
75 10187 . fer co solma `a man quick of hand', Met. Dinds. iv
176.11 . ba suí s. ¤ na senma `a ready scholar in music', 344.86 .
ni hingnad cia mad s. ¤ tista di forsin nguthaigi iermo, Auraic.
2839 .

solmḟis ind(solam+fis?): ni chuala co solmfis (solmais, solmis,
80 v.ll.) .i. co fis solam oca `I never heard of him with ready know-
ledge
', RC xxvi 14 § 7 .

solui v pret. s. 3: rosolui (salui, sola, rota sola, v.ll.) sochla súíthi
`the famous one disclosed wisdom' .i. ondí as resoluit .i. ro
thaithmig. Nó ro fuaslaic súithi co saidbir no co sochla do
85suidib. Nó ro salui .i. ro slánaig suthi do suidib, ACC 136
( RC xx 412 ).