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somnaide xsee somnathe.

somnath adj o,ā (2 so+múnad) teachable . See Hermathena xlvi
6 - 7 . As subst.: saí cach s. ¤ every teachable person is a sage,
Triads 251 .

5 somnathe, somnaide n iā,f. (somnath) teachableness: cetheora
aipgitre gaíse: ainmne, s. ¤ , sobraid[e], sothnges, Triads 251 .
somnaidhe .i. somuintighi, ut est suí cach somnaighe, O'Dav.
1481 . somnither saeir .i. nocho beir sonmide (? for somnide)
a soferaib oca mbí, Anecd. v 26 n. 17 .

10 somnid ind(cf. somnad, somnathe): siluither sofis somnither
(? leg. somniter) saeir .i. laiter dona saeraib oca mbí .i. nocho
beir sonmide (? for somnide) a soferaib oca mbí, Anecd. v 26.8 .

sompla n(Eng. or Romance loan-word) sompla (sómpla, v.l.) m.,
IGT Decl. § 2 . an example, illustration, pattern, model, speci-
15men : in tan doberait droch-shómpla do gním, PH 7473 . do
bhéarthá siocair ┐ s. ¤ dot uile chomhursuin, Desid. 3505 . do-
bheir S. Augustine s. ¤ ar aní se san 23 . leabhar, TSh. 6582 .
d'fhaitcheas . . . go leanfadaois sompladha a sean, 5335 . do
réir sh. ¤ an chéaddoctúra do bhí ar an oiléan, Keat. iii 1336 .
20 tug Criosd s. ¤ foidhidne dhuinn, Parrth. Anma 85.18 . aonsh. ¤
síth na sáorchlann `the very model of peace with the nobles',
Studies 1919, 258 § 20 . s. ¤ ar sídh, séala ar ngrádha (of the
Cross), DDána 54.11 . crochuis [Ercoil] i ccroich i n-airde |
Antēon . . . | mar sh. ¤ uile d'Afraic a warning, ZCP ii 362.z . In
25concrete sense, pattern, design, sample, exemplar : badh iomdha
s. ¤ úr ar óireangaibh, DDána 70.15 . taisbéin an tigh do thigh
Israel . . . toimhsidís an s. ¤ , Ezek. xliii 10 . an bhrágha [nó] an
béal corcra | féagh an grána an s. ¤ sin, A. Ó Dálaigh xliv 4 .
senliubar Chaillin . . . roba sh. ¤ duin exemplar, Fen. 372.4 .
30Compd. ferta . . . naoim-shēipeil ┐ fidair-deilpe ┐ s. ¤ -chroiche
Loreto, Fl. Earls 134.31 .

1 son n o,m. (Lat. sonus) son m., IGT Decl. § 96 . I (a) a sound :
s. ¤ .i. guth, Lec. Gl. 408 . s. ¤ .i. guth no glór, O'Cl. do soun .i.
do foghar, Auraic. 4697 . is ilar són hua cheill ciasu huathatae
35ho sun `it is plural in sense, though it is singular in sound', Ml.
45b20 . in dírṡuidigud ceille no suin `the derivation of sense or
sound
', Sg. 188a8 . ní o foilsigud suin ┐ gotho, 200a6 . da s. ¤
són gl. duae . . . voces, 73b5 . ponc bis itir da ṡ. `a point which is
between two sounds
', 150b1 . caiti guth? comacomal soin,
40esargnodh aeoir, O'Dav. 811 . s. ¤ (.i. sonus) in cetail, Thes. ii
320.62 ( Hy. ii ). is de asberar Ocharbel de fo araile fer ba
h-eochair bél dó oc labrad dia ṡun, LL 193a15 . co closs . . . s. ¤
a gotha in scolaigi oc cetul a shalm, Aisl. MC 13.9 . s. ¤ a gotha
Colaim cille | mór a binde os gach cler, BCC 62 . cia s. ¤ ger,
45 Auraic. 254 .
(b) a word, a name : s. ¤ .i. focal, Lec. Gl. 3 . s. ¤ .i. focul, Met.
Gl. 26 § 26 . oc saigid for sunu disputing as to words, Wb.
12b23 . rúna do thabairt a óensonaib `to bring hidden meanings
out of single words
', 12a10 . is gnath hi salmaib aitherrech
50forsna sunu cétnai, Ml. 133d2 . ond sun grecda as noma , Sg.
27b15 . huare nád robatar suin do ṡlund in dúildetad, 45b1 .
for s. ¤ ceneoil ind imfrecrai `upon a word of the corresponding
sort
', Auraic. 924 .
II In prepositional phrases with ar (earlier for, see Wortk.
55 201 ). (a) instead of, in place of: pronomen .i. ar s. ¤ anma, Ir. Gl.
996 . sgairb is brēg ar s. ¤ fers, ZCP ix 174 § 31 . ní fríth dí acht
ferann ar s. ¤ a bó instead of her cows, BColm. 92.3 . .ccc. bo
cranda co lin[n]paitib . . . ina [n]gablaib ar s. ¤ delae `in lieu of
udder
', RC xv 439.9 ( Dinds. 46 ). sgriobhthar go minic cuid
60dona consainibh ar s. ¤ a cheile, mar ata c ar s. ¤ g., RC iv 355.16 .
cuirthear an uimhir chinnte . . . ar s. ¤ nuimhreach éigcinnte,
TSh. 7861 . síodh ar s. ¤ an pheacaidh, DDána 15.17 . ná bíodh
ar s. ¤ a séad mbuadha | . . . | acht rádh go rabhsad uair éigin
`there shall be nothing of their precious treasures . . . save the
65saying that once upon a time they were
', TD 16.21 .
(b) by way of, for, like : sernnaid sreith . . . 'mondeclais . . .
for s. ¤ reilgce, SR 4411 (`nach Art eines Friedhofs', Wortk. 201 ).
siat fein ar na ndicendadh-side ar s. ¤ escarat `as if they were
enemies
', CCath. 6002 .
70(c) in requital for, in return for, for : gach droch-ni dognithi
fair, as ní maith dogniodh san ara sh. ¤ , BNnÉ 123.2 . gan ulc
do thabairt ar s. ¤ n-uilc, Desid. 1493 . nach deárnaidh leoir-
ghníomh iomlán air s. ¤ a bpeacadh, Donl. 48.6 . do chionn nach
dearna tú serbhís dot Thighearna . . . ar s. ¤ iomadamhlas an
75uile neithe `for the abundance of all things', Deut. xxviii 47 .
nár dhamhsa gan dol red chois | ar s. ¤ t'annsa ┐ t'ionnamhois
`in requital for thy affection', TD 14.32 . fear íoca ar s. ¤ fíona,
ITS xvii 124.297 .
(d) for the sake of: ar s. ¤ an ciniuda daona, Rawl. B 512, 41c .
80 do crochadh . . . ar ar soinne, Desid. 4927 . lóir-ghníomh do
dhéanamh ar s. ¤ na marbh, TSh. 3946 . meinic fríoth céad da
gach crodh | . . . | ar s. ¤ clú an mhongabhraigh mhoill `to uphold
the repute
', TD 33.13 . slánaighthear ar s. ¤ Muire, Aithd. D.
78.41 . gur iongnadh dhamh-sa | dol ar s. ¤ a mhac samhla `to
85come forward to defend a man like him
', Content. xvi 92 .
fulang . . . gach eugcóra . . . air s. ¤ Dé, Donl. 172.11 . dá mbeith
sluagh Éireann d'éanláimh | 'na n-aghaidh is é ar a s. ¤ as long
as he was on their side
, TD 8.38 . léarab gnáth a chomhmaoi-
dheamh gurab ar a s. ¤ féin bhíos, Desid. 4633 .
(e) on account of, because of: da n-dleasdá ni badh misi do
5bérdis ar a s. ¤ therefore, TBC p. 197 n. 5 (St.). ag iarroidh
toibhéimi do thabhairt dár ndíthcheall ar s. ¤ simplidheachta
na sttíli, Desid. 40 . is iad na fīgid geala is fearr dībh ar s. ¤
shēime a substainti, RSláinte 5137 . is ar a s. ¤ sin bís easba lae
ar an ésga i mí iuil, O'Gr. Cat. 323.19 . ar s. ¤ na gclódh do
10chuaidh thríot [sic leg.], Dán Dé iii 9 . ar s. ¤ a gcreidimh, Fl.
Earls 24.9 . ar s. ¤ na faisnéise deimhnighthe on the score of
definite evidence
, TSh. 3230 . cailltear lán luinge ar s. ¤ aon
duine amháin `a ship is (often) lost with all on board on account
of one man
', Ir. Prov. 329 . Folld. by verbal noun clause:
15 doronsatt sith ar s. ¤ an baili do loscad le hEmann Buitiller,
Ann. Conn. 1307.6 . na dena tnuth re duine diabhlaidhi ar s. ¤
a ueth saidhbhir on account of his being rich, Ériu v 126.17 .
ar ḟéin Finn is maoidhte an gleo | ar s. ¤ mogha do theacht leo,
Content. vi 133 . do ordaigh dhóibh . . . | . . . | dul ar eachtra
20leath ar leath | ar s. ¤ gan teachta ar taithleach because they had
not repented
, DDána 5.27 . Folld. by rel. clause: an treas tarba
ar s. ¤ a ngnāthuigid na dáine na tortha do chaithim, RSláinte
5225 .
(f) In adv. phr. ara sh. ¤ sin nevertheless : an tan nach bí a
25mbaoghal a chinn do bhuain fán bfhárdhorus íslighidh í féin
ar a sh. ¤ sin ní sa mhó, Desid. 1923 . do bhí an ríghe ar a sh. ¤
soin | aca 's gan iad i dTeamhraigh `they held the kingship all
the same
', Content. vi 161 .
(g) In conjunctions. ar s. ¤ mar because: ar s. ¤ mar dorindis hí
30 because you have made it, BCC 65 . ro buí se ag imdhergadh . . .
a muindtiri ar s. ¤ mar tugadar cum catha a n-aghaidh Ercuil é,
St. Ercuil 1596 . ar s. ¤ co because: manus recta .i. lamh direch,
ar s. ¤ gor direch ina oibrighibh é, BCC 255 . ni tic fuacht na
grend roim an fiabras so, ar s. ¤ gurub isna cuislennuibh ata in
35fuil doní an fuil (leg. fiabras), Rosa Ang. 24.14 . as uime adeir-
thear neamhghlan rú ar s. ¤ go ttiaguid a mbrígh chonnsuineadh,
IGT Introd. 5.12 . ni har s. ¤ na mesci fen acht ar s. ¤ co tic
sceathrach . . . na diaigh, O'Gr. Cat. 216.31 . although: ar s. ¤
go sealbhuighim sibh | d'U Dhomhnaill tar fonn bFionntain
40 though I present thee to O'Donnell, Studies 1919, 440 § 14 . ar
s. ¤ nár fógradh mé, a Mhór, | do dhruim a ḟeirge d'ḟadódh
`although I have not been outlawed for enkindling his wrath',
TD 15.9 . ar s. ¤ nách fuiltear réidh ruibh `although you are at
variance
', 2.42 . gidheadh, ar s. ¤ go n-imeóchthá, fáguibh do
45chroidhe fá riom, Desid. 7011 . ar s. ¤ nar bh'fhíor a rádh ruibh,
Aithd. D. 41.18 .
III With i: rotbe mo bennacht hi s. ¤ forbbae instead of ,
Rawl. 124a43 . romarbad he i Fafaind i s. ¤ aire rig Temra `for
satirizing the king of Tara
, RC xv 307.4 ( Dinds. 15 ).