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sothcadach, soit(h)cedach adj o, ā (sothcad) lucky, fortunate,
happy, prosperous : sodcadcha gl. felicia, Ml. 56b14 . in daor
sobiadach sotcedach sona, Laws i 42.11 Comm . As subst.
honaib sodcadchaib gl. felicibus, Ml. 56b21 . cisne trí ana
5soitcedach `three wealths of fortunate people', Triads 239 . flaith
congbala co slōgaib dianechtair, in-soet a slōig side, insnādat
a adilce, air nī sáith soitcedach sechtair, ZCP xi 97 § 61 .

sothib xsee soithim.

? sothig adj(2 so+tig): M. s. ¤ (sothicc, MS.) ` comely M.', Gorm.
10 Aug. 21 .

sothnge xsee soithnge.

? sothochta: ind batar fri s. ¤ serc | da comalta ic ríg Egept, SR
3237 . Cf. tothacht?

sotlacht n ā,f. (sotal) pride, arrogance, haughtiness : do s. ¤ ┐ do
15saisle, LU 5628 (TBC). ar s. ¤ a slúaigh ┐ ar feabus a n-engnama,
Fianaig. 82.12 . . . . re neart solaidh ┐ re s. ¤ sluaigh, ML 72.28 .

sotlachus n(sotal) pride, arrogance : is mor a s. ¤ (ṡotla ┐ a olcas,
v.l.) in fir fuil ann, IT ii2211.3 . ? at mathi a chland . . . im
gnáis im alaig im sotlotus dignity (?), LU 4267 .

20 sotlae n iā,f. (sotal) arrogance, pride : gan sotla .i. gan máoidh-
mhighe, O'Cl. s.v. sotal. sotli gl. animositates, Wb. 18a20 .
césu réid ar lebrán | co lúthigi altae | ní suirge na s. ¤ | ro
chruidi mór partae, Fél. Ep. 135 . inna féil cen sotlai | luid
mor míled martrai, Apr. 28 . Cirinus cen ṡotlai, Sept. 15 . trí
25muime menman: sotla, suirge, mesce, Triads 247 . do ṡotla-su
┐ do soisle, TBC² 1148 . is mór a sotla ┐ a olcas (sotlachus,
v.l.) ind ḟir fil and, IT ii2211.4 ( LL 247b33 ). tre forecen sotla,
Laws v 462 n . rombói dia thsotla-sum go romēnair . . ., ZCP
vii 304.28 . ar sotloi ┐ vallchos, Aisl. Tund. 93 § 1 . Attrib. g s.
30(or separate word?): rí Lochlonn na long sotla, Irish Texts iv
31 § 6 . In favourable sense noble, exalted : a rī suilbhir sotla |
nā cuimnigh mo cinnta, ZCP x 348 § 16 .
Compd. an seabhoc saor sotla-chaoin, Gleanings 19 § 31 .

sotlotus xsee sotlachus.

35 soud u, later o,m. Vn. of sïd. Later also soad, sód, sodad.
sódh (ón impódh) m. g s. sóidh, IGT Decl. § 96 .
(a) the act of turning (trans.): s. ¤ a gnuso fri nech frisambi
ferc do, Ml. 47d8 . ic s. ¤ ind eich dar colptha, RC viii 50.17 .
barémid nech díb a aged do ṡ. ¤ fodess, TBC 2407 . guidhim na
40hógha uile | . . . | do shódh móideadh an Ríogh rinn `I pray
all the virgins to avert God's anger from me
', Dán Dé xxv 58 .
do hordaiged . . . i n-a n-agaid cath sanntach . . . dá sōd to
defeat them
, ML² 1186 . is do R. do dheonaigh an Coimdhe an
long so do sodhad for cula doridhisi (of a submerged vessel).
45 BNnÉ 320 § 18 . an chrech do shodhadh tar ais gus na muin-
teraibh ó ruccaitt, FM v 1856.5 . In glosses on toud: in fuil
ferus a n-uthlach iar todh .i. iar sodh uaithe a[n] neich bis
'n-a broind .i. iar mbreith a laidh, Laws v 152.10 Comm .
nuithlech iar toud .i. in lulgach iar soadh a laigh eisti, 260.7
50Comm . na boin iar tóu[d] . . . .i. [i]ar mbreith a laoigh esti . . .
no iar soudh a laoigh, O'Dav. 1499 .
(b) the act of turning (intrans.): oc soúd do Chuanaig ass,
Mór M. 10 . is lond in fer so ol Mani la s. ¤ úad, LU 5856 (TBC).
ba héiccen do Fiachra . . ┐ do Dathī soadh ó Conall i Con-
55nachtaibh to turn away from C. (with whom they were fight-
ing) and go to Connacht, ZCP xiv 238.3 . s. ¤ fri nōise, RC xlv 39
§ 13 . sódh fri nóis .i. an féineachas do chor ar gcúl, O'Cl. ag
soadh dóibh `on returning', FM v 1456. 16 . Med.: s. ¤ cnis name
of a skin-disease: impetigo .i. sodh cnis, Arch. i 337 § 134 . sód
60chnis roboí for allus, Cóir Anm. 185 .
(c) a turning, a return : in s. ¤ gl. áuersionem, Ml. 86c4 . hua s. ¤
.i. á deo gl. aversione sua, 99d7 . huand s. ¤ gl. uultús euersione,
110b12 . don ḟót ba soblad in sód | ní fodmad cen a impód,
Met. Dinds. iv 168.23 . créd sód . . . do tog in fairge i nénfecht?
65`what . . . is the undue revolution that has lifted the ocean?'
Caithr. Thoirdh. 31.2 . do fágbas lámoinn lór sain | sódh ní
hálainn gan fochain `a return purposeless is uncomely', O'Gr.
Cat. 352.24 . Note also: iarraigther isin rand so soudhcuipdius
.i. soad cuipdiusa `an internal rhyme', Auraic. 3838 (see
70 salchuibdius).
(d) the act of changing; a change, conversion : soadh ┐ sódh .i.
tionntódh no cláochlódh, O'Cl. huand ṡ. gl. conuersione, Ml.
118c1 . bēs mina dhechdais a sōdh crotha, doberainn aichne
forro, ZCP v 501.z . ag so daib in sodh anma | tugad ar chat-
75raig Fergna the new name, Fen. 126.7 . in t-esca do shoudh i
ndath fola, Ériu ii 138 § 126 . ro-fiugrad . . . esergi Crist a s. ¤
flesci Moysi a nathraig, PH 3429 . na faiscre iarna sodh i
clocha, Lism. L. 492 . an Fhionnghlais fós iar sódh i seascas,
Ó Bruad. i 172.3 .
80(e) Fig. turn, mood, experience, behaviour : in tan robai
Aenias forin sod sin `while Aeneas was in that mood', Aen. 237 .
do b'ingnad leis sódh na sochraide os a cind `the behaviour of
the crowd as they stood over her
', Celt. Rev. iv 106.y . ionann
sódh damhsa ┐ duit | mo chlannsa ní mó maraid, LB 186.9
85( Ir. Syll. Poetry 30 § 5 ). sódh na heilte ní holc dhi | a laogh
féin ó théid thairse, DDána 69.26 .