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40 sosad n u and o,m. (sos). sosadh m., IGT Decl. § 11 .
(a) a station, position, abode, seat : rogab a sossad `He hath
taken his station
', Wb. 4b18 . in óen ṡosuth ṡillabe `in one posi-
tion of a syllable
', Sg. 7a3 . sossad asambí soillse `a station out
of which is light
', Thes. ii 23.37 (Bcr.). dia taethsad nem for
45an lár | . . . . | notogébad naem Cholmán | 'na sossad for cúl,
BColm. 70.12 . intan tuit[f]it na renna . . . asa sostaibh,
CCath. 298 . go sosadh na sáor-long seng, ZCP x 28.22 .
(b) a station (for religious observances): is and ro boí a
sossad dú hitá Domnach Patraic indiu, Trip.² 744 , .i. a long-
50phort, Arch. iii 18 § 40 . ro gab P. . . . forsind édbairt i nDruim
Dáro, Druimm Líass indiu, .i. di sostaib Pátraic and ┐ dina
liassaib ro ainmniged, Trip.² 1680 . Of an ecclesiastical see:
o'n t-shossad apstalacda mor-sa, PH 615 .
(c) a terrace, a rampart : fosrocuib for tsosta na Teamrach
55do imchaisiu Muighi Breg `he climbed the terrace of Tara', Ériu
xii 174 § 1 (TE). buí Ailill for s. ¤ in dúine oca ndéscin, MU²
1008 . Temair . . . forsmbít sosta so-dindgna, Met. Dinds. i
10.66 . is e . . . fhosaiges na sosta sin imon primcathraig,
MacCarthy 40.10 .
60(d) an abode, dwelling, residence : togairm Alaxandri | i
sossad sanctorum, Fél. Feb. 26 . sossad slan mo rig rathmar |
fil for lar na primchathrach, SR 525 . i timchuairt ind rig-
sossaid, 550 . sossaid Aingel, 533 . a Teamraig na rígh, a
sosadh orduirc oriegda na hEirenn, Ériu iii 150 § 1 . sossad
65n-aidche, secc lige | fossad fri gaethaib gubae, Met. Dinds. iv
332.41 . dorigne . . . in rig sossad . . . do duine, idon, Partus,
MacCarthy 46.17 . cuirte ┐ caisteoil ┐ sostadha sadhaile, FM
vi 1892.8 . co nar facaibset diblinaib . . . s. ¤ na saball . . . cin
dod ┐ cin loscad, Ann. Conn. 1315.4 .
70(e) a camp : intan rombói cách oc gním a sosta, roscaig
dóibseom tuga a sosta, TBC² 166 . regmai diar sostaib afrithisi,
1517 . ni ra sádit sosta no botha no pupla inn aidchi sin, TBC
628 . ro gabad sossad ┐ longport acci in nDún Cuirc, Cog. 70.18 .
ro léicc uadha a miledha da sostaibh gemhretaibh, CCath. 167 .
75(f) rest, repose, peace : iarfat-sa s. ¤ catha forthusum `I will ask
a truce of battle from them
', CRR 11 . a buidi sa benidechd |
curap s. ¤ dom anmuin, Fen. 398.14 . conach foillsi[g]end én . . .
s. ¤ na saime don ulad sin `no bird shows stability or tranquillity
to this expedition
' (of a prognostication), TTebe 1220 . ni luga
80legfa feisin nocotfia seachna sosaidh thou thyself shalt decay
and shalt not avoid cessation
(?), ZCP vi 265 § 22 . Attrib. g s.
quiet, steady, reliable : dlegar do cach deorad de saigid a nadma
sosaid, Laws iv 210.8 . ar luamaireacht na sreabh sosaidh `in
piloting ships against still-flowing streams
', Ó Bruad. iii 52 xxii .
85? Attrib. g p. ri fossud fial, febda, find | sid sossud, selbda,
soenmind, SR 590 .
Compd. ro innarbuiss sinne assin sossadh-chomnaighi ina
rabhamar, Fl. Earls 138.21 .

sósar n o,m. (Mid. Ir. form of O.Ir. ósar, q.v.). the younger, the
youngest : da mac aige . . . Deagad in soísiur, Cóir Anm. 29 .
5 dont ṡosor, Rawl. 84a51 . ba si sosar na ningen, 72a35 . Priam
s. ¤ clainne Lamidóin, LL 226b27 ( TTr. 700 ). Eremon ┐ Eran-
nan da sosar cloinne Golaim, Leb. Gab. 234.14 . nach bia
urraim . . . agan tshóssar don tshendsir, BCC 151 . cuid an
tsin ag an tsóiser, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 60.28 . sloinnte a sóisear
10`the races of their younger brothers', Content. x 19 . fer do
dersccaigh da shinnsear ┐ dá nar dersccaigh a shoiser, FM v
1682.22 . diongna an nóssoin na nós chóir | tiomna an tṡósair
gan tṡeanóir, IGT Decl. ex. 493 . peacadh an t-sínsir, claoine
an t-sóisir, E. O'Rahilly (1900) xxxiv 77 . na sóisir gan seol
15gan seasamh, Ó Bruad. i 146 xxiii .

soscél(ae) xsee soiscél(ae).

sossoiti: inds. ¤ (leg. sossoithi?, Edd.) gl. humeruli, Thes. i 1.32 .

sost n m. sosd, sasd m., IGT Decl. § 95 . silence: a shenóir chríon
bí-se ad sh. ¤ , Ériu i 18.41 . slúaigh na sosd síth a mBanbha,
20 IGT Decl. ex. 1682 . Cf. tost.

sostadach adj o, ā (sost?) restful, quiet : seol roscadach gach ráithe
| in ceol s. ¤ síthe, SG 347.16 .

sostaid v(sost) stops, stays : sosduim a ttigh Phattraic úi Mur-
chadha aníu, BNnÉ 167.6 .

25 sostaide adj io, iā (2 so+astaide? sost?) steady: .l. gabar ndubglas,
it é . . . aignecha, ṡ. ¤ , ṡogabaltai, Ériu xii 174 § 3 (TE).

sostan n[ā,f.]: sluind céssad secht mbráthre | dia mbo chroch
Críst carcar | Cúán, Marc, már s. ¤ | dá sé míle martar, Fél.
July 10 (`great the repose'), glossed s. ¤ .i. gloir no gair no utmaille
30no imned. no s. ¤ .i. sossad tend .i. cumsanud ut dixit int
albunach: ni leic sosten dam .i. cumsanud, Fél.² cxiii § 10 .
Cf. s. ¤ .i. cumsanadh, ut est Cuan Mark mór s. ¤ , O'Dav. 1459 .
soisten .i. sosadh teann .i. comhnaidhe teann, O'Cl. s. ¤ .i.
gloir, no gáir, ib. s. ¤ .i. gáir no glóir ┐ deismirecht air s. ¤ sluaigh
35iar nguin no iar ngnímh, O'C. 1460 ( H. 3.18, 650a ). ? a fhlaith
mhór co sostain sebraig | lér cosnad gach congail, SG 353.8 .

sotal adj o, ā proud, arrogant, overbearing . Usually of persons: s
.i. uallach no dimsach, ut est Cernach s. ¤ , O'Dav. 1457 . Cearn-
nach s. ¤ .i. ara uallchai ┐ ar mhét a mheanman lais atberthí s. ¤
40fris, Cóir Anm. 130 . s. ¤ .i. diumasach nó urisa a thoil co
drochni, Lec. Gl. 130 . s. ¤ .i. máoidhmheach, O'Cl. co n-acca
in scailfer . . . sé s. ¤ sucach séitfidach, LU 8518 ( FB 37 ). abbair
fris, níp s. ¤ soisil sainairlech, ZCP xi 86 § 42 . as sé an t-éigios
séimh sothal (sotal, v.l.), Met. Gl. 23 § 6 . buidhni sotla solma,
45 ML² 1064 . duine s. ¤ sochenelach, TTebe 660 . mná deridh na
haimsiri | re feraib senaib sottal, Irish Texts iv 37 § 12 . Other
applications: dlighid rí Fear Li . . . sé gabhra sheanga shotla,
BR 134.5 . tar tonnuib sotla slis-tiuga na srothann, ML² 691 .
isna longportaib sotla, TTebe 1726 . Adv. dochuadhaisi go s. ¤
50soightenach romhainne, ZCP x 283.13 . ar ti treasa . . . do
tren-fhuasait co s. ¤ , MR 224.24 .
As subst. an arrogant person, arrogance : suibdillig cach s. ¤ ,
Arch. iii 230.142 . an tráth chonnairc . . . méad a shotail, GJ
iv 18a30 (St. É. Uí Chléirigh).
55Compds. ¤ borb proud and rough : sáthad sanntach s.,
Acall. 6035 v.l. srainfedach na sluag s., MR 238.10 . ¤ gním-
ach: mac . . . mic S. shoinemail sotal-gnimaig of the haughty
deeds
, MR 116.12 .

sotalach adj o, ā (sotal) proud, arrogant : druthoglach s. ¤ , RC xiv
60262.28 = drúth maith ┐ óglach sotal, ib. 18 . Adv.: tusa do
bhí . . . go subhach suaithnigh s. ¤ , RC xxiii 8.13 . ag suairle
salach do chaile . . . | . . . . | suaithteach sodalach focalach fáig-
eamhail, ZCP v 210.221 (Midn. Court).

sotalaigid v(sotal): mar chorruighios an t-iolar súas a nead,
65shotaloigheas ós cionn a hóg `as the eagle . . . fluttereth over her
young
', Deut. xxxii 11 .

sotar nin phrase ar s. ¤ trotting: each ceatach cruaidh gan cho-
mhall | do mharbh sí ar sodar m'anam, Aithd. D. 91.1 . a's
cuirfeam bodaich chum sodair as Shíle ní Ghadhra, Hard. ii
7060.10 . me féin a's mo chosdus air sodar a n-éinfeacht, GJ ii
195b84 .

sotech ind(sod+tech) s. ¤ gl. lupanar, Sg. 64a7 .

sótér n(Gk. σωτήρ) a saviour : is ainm do Crist soter, O'D. 3
( H. 3.17, col. 2 ) (= sother, Laws i 34.3 Comm . ). orda (.i. guide)
75┐ lai (.i. iolad) do ts. ¤ (.i. Críosd) (B. na f.), ZCP v 486 § 7 .

soth xsee 1 suth.

sotharfa ind(2 so+1 torbae): fri sotharfa do chor cain that thy fair
bargain may prosper
, SR 5855 .

sothcad n u and o,[m.] (2 so+tocad) g s. sodcha, Anecd. iii 16.20 .
80 sotcaid, Triads 210 . good luck, fortune, happiness : trí seithir
sotcaid: sognas, sochell, súarcus `three sisters of good fortune',
Triads 210 . tosach sodcha soben, Anecd. iii 16.20 (= tossach
sodchaid dagben, RC xlv 8 § 18 ). tosach sotchaid domesci `the
beginning of fortune is soberness
', RC xlv 77 § 14 . ferr sothced
85séitchi, 79 § 17a . sothocad (sodcad, v.l.), somaīne, sādaile,
ZCP xi 81 § 13 .