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souena n= Lat. saphena (a vein in the leg): risin cuisle ri nabur
s. ¤ , Rosa Ang. 220.9 .

sous n o,n. (2 so+1 fis). Also soas, sós. knowledge, science, learn-
ing, poetic lore: buas .i. soes n-arc[h]etail, Corm. Y 148 .
5 dichetal dochennaib . . . is soas fodera son (learning as opposed
to sorcery), 756 . Cuangus cáid co soas, Fél. March 13 , glossed
s. ¤ .i. airchedul, Fél.² lix . sos .i. airchedul, Lec. Gl. 123 . bunad
in airchetail ┐ int sois (.i. na bairdne), Anecd. v 24.2 . is dom
s. ¤ matchous | a ndorigénai do maith, Thes. ii 337.2 ( Hy. v )
10 .i. is dom dán (filidecht, v.l.), Thes. ii 21 . forber cach grad filed sec
alaili i sóus ┐ aircetail, is amlaid forber cach ái dib sen sec
alaile i nimud sóis et segda, IT iii 6.3 . sos ┐ séghdha ┐ airchital
asi sin an defir, O'D. 1212 ( H. 2.15, 84a ). ní thesta main bad
maith linn | . . . | acht immas sóis co srethaib, Met. Dinds. iii
15288.47 . fortnosnae a n-imus .i. do fuarascaib a soes ar is ainm
imbas do soes, O'C. 768 ( H. 3.18, 361b ). luid Sinend do saigi[d]
in imbois, ar ní testa ní fuirri acht soas, RC xv 456 § 59 . ní
soas dorigni | in lebrán léir laindrech | acht fortacht ríg
ainglech, Fél. Ep. 89 , .i. fis maith, Fél.² ccviii . Cuongalt . . tetra
20Erenn etir guth ┐ cruth ┐ soas `knowledge', AU i 444.16 . tendal
Éirenn ar shoas, TFrag. 62.7 . a scela, a seanchasa, a sos `her
science
' (of Ireland), Ériu iv 146 § 24 . a fhir fadlas sós na sen
`the lore of the learned', Met. Dinds. iii 270.1 . a rigni is messu
don gáis | amail concren suthi sōs `the defect of prudence is its
25slowness while learning purchases sound knowledge
', Ériu ix 47
§ 19 . ferr grés s. ¤ `to act is better than to know how,', RC xlv 25
§ 34 . as nos baga tuath dosnacht | sos, dana, ┐ ollamnacht,
Leb. Gab. 284.20 .

spáadaid n pl. (Eng. loan-word) spades: spáadaidh, Cín Lae Ó
30Meall. 23.26 .

spadán: ind do-ní duine le seadán glóir | s. ¤ don chóir féin
(speadan, v.l.), Dánfhocail 54 `something spoiled or useless, a
mess
', Gloss.

spadántacht n(cf. spadán) sluggishness, inertness : mosgladh so
35thú as an s. ¤ a bhfuile, MacAingil 157.9 . s. ¤ ┐ dócamhul deágh-
oibreacha do dheunamh, Donl. 148.y .

spág n claw, foot : caoile a spáige (of a person), Ó Bruad. ii 64.3
(spág, v.l.).

spailp ind(cf. spalpaid): ro mheall se cach . . . ag deanamh sbailp
40bhreige by lying copiously, Luc. Fid. 357.22 .

? spaindelg: ind tocra uaid | spaíndelg (spandelg, v.l.) spelan
slebi fuait, IT iii 16 § 37 . First element perh. from ON spánn
`chip, shaving', Plummer MS. notes.

spain(d)er n(Romance loan-word) spaniel : snam an tsrotha
45mar dorachad spainer (sbainder, v.l.), Fier. 136 n .

spaing n(cf. bang?) effort, rush : tucad in s. ¤ (bann, v.l.) sin tra
co díchra dúthrachtach léo `impulse', CCath. 1956 .

Spáinn pn(cf. Espáin) Spain: ón S. ¤ , Measgra D. 57.14 .

Spáin(n)ech adj o, ā (Spáinn) Spanish: ughdar Spáinneach, Keat.
50 ii 1071 . beatha na naomh spáinech, MacAingil 351.9 . As
subst.: gurab Spáinnigh do réir a mbunadhas na Brigantes,
Keat. ii 1073 . dona Spainnechaibh, St. Ercuil 1571 . Perh. a
weapon (Spanish sword?) in: is iomdha Spáineach scáithgheal
dírioch leabhar | . . . ar adhbhar laoich, LBranach 3952 .

55 Spáinnis n(Spáinn) the Spanish language : atáid focail ón S. ¤ . . .
innte, Keat. ii 950 .

spairn, spairnn n f.(Mid.Ir. barann, O'Rahilly, Sc.G.St. ii 27 ).
g s. spairne, sparna, etc., IGT Decl. § 42 (95.19) . Cf. also § 45
(99.22) v.l..
60(a) fight, conflict, battle, struggle, striving : sbairn fa n-
aghaibhthir t'umhlocht, TD 22a.55 . sbairn 'na n-aghaidh dob
aicmeil, Ériu iv 222 § 39 . i sbairn fa cheann blaighidh beirn,
DDána 91.24 . sbairn re lúdh 's re lámhach, 98.42 . olc do
t'din do sbairn, Celt. Rev. iii 206.6 . a n-áth na médla is maidm
65air | sbairn an chédgha nír chosain, IGT Decl. ex. 970 . ag
dénamh sbarna . . . a núrnuighthibh, Col. iv 12 . gan ghliaidh
gan spáirnn, Hackett xvii 10 . sochaide ro tuit dot spairnn
through thy prowess, RC xxiii 420.19 . an ghaoith 's an fuacht
le fuaim na néall i spáirnn contending, Hackett xix 32 . re linn
70mhic Cuinn, nar thím i sparruinn, Ó Bruad. i 38.15 . an saor-
bhrugh . . . | 'na chnámh spairnne aca dá sraoileadh a bone of
contention
, Keat. Poems 1572 . i gcummus na spáirnne,
Hackett xl 242 . spairnn . . . ré dhuanaibh sin to vie with his
poems
, Content. xxv 11 .
75As vn.: gorbhaird bhíos fa chíos na fléise ag spairnn, TD
35.10 . ag spairnn riú im ríoghacht bhFódla, Content. xvi 154 .
is mairg | atá fán saoghal ag spairn who strives after worldly
things
, Measgra D. 77.14 . ar mbeith damh ag sbairn `striving',
Col. i 29 .
80(b) wrestling : ro iar spairn fair challenged him (to a bout of
wrestling), St. Ercuil 2393 . dá mbeithea ag spairnn ré duine,
Mac Aingil 85.14 . geall sparnna do chor challenge to a wrestling-
match
, 19 . gur bhriseamair an t-oidhridh le spreoighiocht na
sparuinne sin (a man fighting with an eagle), Celt. Rev. x
85142.7 . do bhí ag spáirn ris `wrestled', Gen. xxxii 25 . ní . . . ré
feoil donímuid sbairn `we wrestle not against flesh', Eph. vi 12 .
Compds. ¤ aicme: sparnn-aicme airm-ghéar `a battling
race
', Content. xxix 25 . ¤ dímsach: d'aicme líonmhair
spairnndíomsach | préimhe Tháil haughty in combat, Hackett
xxii 11 .