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súan n o. s. ¤ ,o,m., IGT Decl. § 96 (130.16) .
sleep, slumber . (a) s. ¤ ┐ álgine, TBFr. 115 . iar . . . comattrib
25na colla cona s. ¤ ┐ cona sádaile lethargy, LU 2078 ( FA 15 ).
diambad . . . Fergus níthastar (sic leg.) s. ¤ , LU 3537 ( SC 29 ) `if
sleep should overpower Fergus
', SC2 (see Speculum xv 283 ).
? do féth suan smacht, O'Don. 564 ( H. 3.17, 441 ) = smac[h]ta,
O'C. 2454 ( Eg. 88, 37 (38)a ). ferr sūan serba sleep is better than
30bitterness
, RC xlv 22 § 17 (cf. Tec. Corm. § 13.12 - 13 ). a ndiaigh
súain, IGT Decl. ex. 1268 . ní mhúinfe dóibh dénamh súain,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 224.138 . suan a croidhe fa corrach her heart
was ill at ease
, Studies 1933, 311 § 32 . Of Cú Chulainn's
`serglige': mór espa do láech | laigi fri s. ¤ serglige, LU 3518
35( SC 28 ). o ro gab s. ¤ síthbroga, LU 3571 ( SC 29 ) `since fairy sleep
has overtaken him
', SC2. rod dúsci suan slán subach, LU 3593
( SC 30 ) `awake from sleep', SC2 (see n. 61 , and cf. LU 3612 ).
As quasi-vn.: is loim for saith suan hi fat over-sleeping is as
drinking when full
(prov.), LU 3610 ( SC 30 ). deacair suan ar
40chneidh gcarad, Studies 1918, 280 § 1 . With do-cuirethar:
focairtt a suan on trath co 'raili fell asleep, RC xii 80 § 73 .
cuirither sāl sūan, Four Songs 8 § 4 . a-tá cupa d'ór ag Aodh |
do lá slógh Suca 'n-a suan, Studies 1927, 288 § 11 . With prep.
A(S): todiusgud nach aili á suan, Ml. 61b28 . eirg as do sh. ¤ , PH
45 1333 . arna duscad asa suan, TTebe 643 . With I: in tí bíss
ina suan, Laws i 104.2 Comm . iat fén i n-a suan, PH 7532 .
rouatar . . . ina suan, TTebe 269 . im sheasamh im shuidhe im
shuan, DDána 19.2 . i suan nó i ndúsgadh, TSh. 1175 . Of
rivers: sreb 'na suan the slow-moving stream, Irish Texts ii
5066 § 25 . trom do shuan a shenabann, 11 § 4 . suan na sruth,
A. Ó Dálaigh xl 11 .
(b) With follg. attrib. gen.: focheird i s. ¤ cotolta, RC x 50.11 .
o ra[t]huit a suan sirchotalta ar na sluagaib, TTebe 1886 . cor
thoit suan codalta fair, ALC i xxxvi z . iar tepe na noem
55eclaisi asa thoeb i suan chrochi (birth of the church compared
to that of Eve), PH 3429 . suan an fhiadha (i.e. a light sleep),
Dán Dé xxiii 29 . Note also: in a suan spirdalta spiritual sleep,
Lat. Lives 107.z .
(c) g s. as attrib.: bricht suain spell inducing sleep , Anecd. i
6010.8 (see compds.). luighe id chuilt shuain bed-clothes, Keat.
Poems 970 . deoch shuain sleeping potion, ZCP vi 292.21 .
créad an leabaidh nó an t-inneall suain bhíos aige, TSh. 4169 .
dár leabthaibh suain, TD 25.20 . for Siuir suain `on the silent
S.
', BR 16.y (= BB 267b47 ). fon sruth súain `smooth', Met.
65Dinds. iv 174.31 . tech suain na horchra in áird tiar `sleeping-
house (i.e. abode, headquarters) of gloom
', O'Gr. Cat. 350.26 (in
elegy). coro tholiur mo thromthairthim súain ┐ chotulta
and-so heavy slumber, TBC 3286 . beg nár thuit 'na thoirrchim
súain, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 240.110 (see compds.).
70Compds. (a) With nouns. ¤ bás deathlike sleep : co corastar
for slūagu sūanbās (of a harp), Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 9 § 1 = ZCP
iii 6.3 = coselastar for sluagu suanbas .i. bas cotolta, LU 623
(ACC). ¤ bricht = bricht súain supra: suainbrect seacht-
maine dorat in drai forro, RC xliii 36 § 33 . ¤ fhled: um
75shuain-fhleidh an dúin daeinigh `quiet banquet', Misc. Celt.
Soc. 350.5 . ¤ lige = súan: le suanlaighi Sáraidi, ML² 1557 .
¤ lepaid: dá súainleabthuibh sróil, IGT Decl. ex. 1112 .
¤ lis: atá . . . | do shuainlios gan leaba bhláth dormitory,
Measgra D. 59.58 . ¤ rosc: suanrosc soilbhir `calm, cheerful
80eye
', Ó Bruad. iii 66.21 . ¤ tairthim = tairthim súain supra:
baí ina s. cotulta, LU 6354 .
(b) With adjj. ¤ binn: cruit [meic] M. aca seinm co suan-
bhinn, Comp. Con Cul. 81.26 . ¤ chotultach: for an lucht
báttar go sóinmheach suanchodaltach, FM v 1652.8 . ¤ gerr:
85 i bfeichemh shuaingherr `brief-slumbered', O'Gr. Cat. 504.15 .
géag shuainghearr (a chief), Aithd. D. 15.4 . ¤ shocair: ón
adhbhaidh budh shuanshocra of most peaceful slumber, Aithd.
D. 45.5 . ¤ trom: cid cia ro chodail . . . co suan-trom, MR
110.y .

? súana: ind co tōsecha Tūath m-Bīdh . . . co brechtān, co sūana
5na dībe, co cōelāna inbe . . ., Aisl. MC 127.14 .

1 súanach adj o, ā (súan) sleepy, drowsy, slothful, comfortable, at
ease : nī bu shanctBrigit sh. ¤ , Hy. v 21 ( Thes. ii 332 ) `she was
no drowsy St. B.
', Thurn. Gramm. p. 684 . niba suanach sadail
im grad in Coimded, Irish Texts iii 3 § 7 . nírba sh. ¤ `be not
10slothful
', Tec. Corm. § 12.13 . frisin seng sáor suanach `drowsy',
Misc. Hag. Hib. 28.22 . sreb s. ¤ a slow-moving stream, Met.
Dinds. iv 200.62 . s. ¤ cech slemon `every sleek person is sleepy'
(comfortable?), Tec. Corm. § 13.12 (glossed suanach .i. conaich,
O'C. 1298 from H. 3.18, 539b ). is suanach sadail duit-si thou
15livest in ease and comfort
, Buile S. 46.1 . ? As subst.: ni bi
lesach nach suanach a slothful one gains no advantage (?),
Laws i 102.23 .i. in tí do gaib in athgabail .i. in tí bíss ina suan
iar riachtain a faisc cuici is uada tuitit na ba, 104.1 ff. Comm .
In n.pr.: féil án haui Shúanaig, Fél. May 16 . Hua Suanaich,
20 Irish Texts iii 3 § 7 . lex aui Suanaich, AU i 210.13 . do cill
Ui Súanaigh, Buile S. 48.24 .

2 súanach n ā,f., IGT Decl. § 56 . cloak, mantle : do shéibhinn
sheanshúanaighe (lochdach), IGT Decl. ex. 1445 . an ghaoth
. . . | . . . | trésan sreabhann súanaighe (lochdach), ex. 1446 .
25 teacht d'imlaíd athshúainchi, ex. 1447 . a shuanach do shua-
thadh le bronnfhás bó `cloak', Ó Bruad. i 86.21 . aislingim faoi
um shuanaigh `under my blanket', 128.3 . Cf. suanach `a kind
of coarse plaid or mantle
', P. O'C.

súanaid v ā (súan) sleeps: nir thomail ┐ nír súan Cu Chulaind
30fon cruth sin co matain, LU 8768 ( FB 57 ). nír loingid (leg.
longad?) ┐ nir suanadh in naidchi sin indti, IT iii 194 § 30 .
? on thsil roshelaig rosúan `in memory of the seed that slew and
slept
' (but perh. leg. ré s. ¤ , notes), Met. Dinds. iv 324.16 . nach
suanaid i dTuadhmhumhain that they will not sleep in Tho-
35mond
, Ó Bruad. iii 124.z .

súanamail adj i (súan) sleepy, soporific : co tigib suanamla Somnais
(= Somnus), TTebe 3900 .

súanán n[o, m.] (súan): do loisgedh ann cruit Dh. | do loisgedh
suanán S. `the lulling pipe of S.', Ériu i 26.150 . ná déin dear-
40mod don chraoibh chiuil | . . . | is suanán codalta dh'intinn
`a slumberous lullaby', Studies 1923, 598 § 8 . codail re suanan
saime (in lullaby), RC v 199.6 .

súande adj io, iā (súan) nephsuande gl. insomnis, Ml. 95d12 .

? súanfadach n(súan): do chuir a hanál ┐ a suanfadhach i
45bhfad ó'n droichead amach é ` snoring ', ITS i 180.6 . But prob.
for srannfadach (a huanfach, a srannfach, v.ll.).

súanmigid xsee súaimnigid.

súantarglés n(cf. súan, súantraige; glés) name of a harpstring:
anmanna na ttéd nar throm | gentarghless goltarghless oll |
50súantarghles in gles oile, Duan. Finn. i 43 § 92 . See Mann.
and Cust. iii 599 . suantairghlais ` sleep, drowsiness, repose ',
P. O'C.

súantraige n(súan) sleep-inducing strain of music , one of the
three types of music attributed to harps in mythical tales.
55See Mann. and Cust. iii 214 , 599 , V.SS. Hib. clxxiii n . , TBFr.
108 - 21 (Thurn. Heldensage 288 ). adhbhann tríreach . . . .i.
geanntraighe, golltraighi, súantraighe, O'Cl. Craiptine do
sheinm suantraige . . . co comtholadh a mmathair-si C. was
to play a s. ¤ so that her mother should sleep
, ZCP iii 5.10 . súan-
60tride ┐ gentride ┐ goltride, TBFr. 119 . sephaind iarum an
t-oglaech suantraige dona sluagaib, RC xii 80 § 73 . sepainn
side a trédhi fora nemithir cruitiri doib .i. súantraigi ┐ genn-
traigi ┐ golltraigi . . . co tuilset an tsluaigh, 108 § 164 (cf.
Triads 122 ). rosephaind dóib dano suantraige condacorastar
65i súan on tráth co araile, RC xiii 438 § 8 . cruit cen gles dona tri
glesaib do fognaidis do Chraiftine chruitiri .i. suantraigi ┐
golltraigi ┐ gentraigi, xx 429 . esnad in .l. cruitti fo suantraige
'coa talgud, xxv 36 § 17 .
As name of a mythical harper: Goltraigi ┐ Gentraide ┐
70Suantraide (named from the strains played on the Uaithne,
the Dagda's harp, while they were being born), TBFr. p. 17
§ 10 (YBL) = ZCP iv 36 § 10 (Eg.) = Goltraiges ┐ Gentraiges
┐ Súantraiges, TBFr. 110 (LL).

súantraiges x= súantraige: ro seinn suantraighes co mboi C.
75on trath co ceile ina suan, RC vi 183.17 . treidhe nemtighther
cruit, goltraiges, gentraiges, suantraiges, Mann. and Cust. iii
363 n . ( H. 3.18, 87 ) = súantraige, Triads 122 . Of a mythical
harper: is hé in triar irdaircc tri derbráthir .i. Goltraiges ┐
Gentraiges ┐ Súantraiges, TBFr. 110 (Suantraide, v.l.).

80 ? suar: ind Átens . . . | is áitreabh s. ¤ seach pruais gach peata
dhíobh `Athens . . . were a house of fools', Ó Bruad. ii 20.x .
? Cf. súarrach.

súaraige xsee súairighe.

súarca(e) n iā,f. (súairc) cheerfulness, pleasantness : fria sáire ┐
85s. ¤ ┐ sercaige, LL 231a37 ( TTr. 1033 ). Iarla ba lór a shuarca |
do cuiredh na caomchu[arta] (a drinking cup), Acall. 149 .
leandan ban ┐ inghen ar shuarca ┐ ar shibhenradh `mirthful-
ness
', FM v 1638.1 . As gramm. abstr. of súairc: gach banchuire
. . . | dá suarca, Hackett xl 258 .