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1 suide io, iā a s n. sodain. Anaphoric pronoun this, that, the
thing or person just mentioned . Almost invariably used with
75prepositions. Freq. in adverbial phrases.
I With prepositions. With A (AS): a n-Albain a suidiu to
Scotland from there
, RC xxiv 176.z .
With AMAIL: amail shodain in that case, therefore, then, so :
amal sodin `then', Ml. 3a4 . sicut bis and amal sodin `in that
80case
', 21c10 , 30b21 , 30d24 , 32d5 , 62c7 , Wb. 19c10 , 20 . amal
shodain `in that case', Sg. 6a9 . amal sodain, Wb. 17b32 , Sg.
6b11 . mad amail sodain `if this be so', Laws ii 338.3 .
With AR: condegar lóg ar sodin (ref. to testimonium con-
scientiae nostrae, etc.), Wb. 14c11 . ar shodain, Sg. 30a7 . gidh
85bé don tslógh rabh 'na roghain | lór dá char ar sodhain síos
`for that reason', Studies 1927, 436 § 2 . pl. is ar suidib gl.
aliquos . . . quibus `it is to them', Ml. 21d6 . Wb. 28c12 . ríg
domain iar tolaib | ro fírscáich ar suidib these have truly passed
away
(?) (iar, v.l.), Fél. Prol. 84 .
With CEN: cen sodain `besides', Arch. Hib. ii 55 § 15 .
5With CO: arna dechsaitis co suide `to him', Ml. 42a6 . tíagait
co suidi to her, TBFr. 398 (suidiu, MS.). etha co suidiu (i.e.
Bodb), RC iii 345.7 (= suide, Aisl. Oeng. 50.5 ).
With DI: trimirucad di suidiu it was transferred from that,
Ml. 2b17 . Wb. 8a5 . 22c7 . di sudiu, 26d8 . Hib. Min. 22 , 24 .
10 Mon. Tall. 37 (142.2) . luid Fergus . . . forsin nimorchor . . .
lil di saidiu (sudiu, LU) . . . Etarcomal, TBC² 1145 . dulluid
di suidiu `he came thence', Ardm. 18a ( Thes. ii 240.14 ). bá
lugaite a galarsom ón do suidiu on that account (where do s. ¤
explains ón?), LU 10741 (TE). Note also (with orig. accus.
15neut.): cían lim-sa di shodain I cannot wait that long, TBC 882 .
pl. imfolngar gním di suidib . . . iarna labrad (i.e. the words
of the Lord), Ml. 31d10 . Wb. 3d28 . Hib. Min. 111 . Laws v
420.10 .
With DO: is do suidiu gl. ad quod, Ml. 18c8 . a n-imchomarc
20. . . fo[a]ccomla . . . frecrae . . . ṅdu suidiu, 30b10 . 74b1 . Wb.
6c4 . ní dethiden do suidiu act fognam uxori (i.e. qui autem
cum uxore est), 10b10 . 12c46 . 21c17 . Sg. 197b17 . Laws iii 44.13 .
cosnaib hulib dulib foammamaigter do suidi (sc. doínacht
fem.), Ml. 26a8 . Note also: luid C. ┐ B. do soduin, IT i 137.20
25(Eg.) = do chur cúarta, LU. pl. is du suidib ba inbesa gl.
quibus moris erat, Ml. 31d12 . 34a23 - 24 , 69a23 . Wb. 13d17 .
21c15 . Hib. Min. 289 .
With ETER: itir suidiu, IT i 137.16 . eter sudiu, MU² 1001 .
With FO: dath firinne . . . ┐ gau . . . fo suidiu, Ml. 28c12 . fo
30shuidiu under this, Críth Gabl. 230 . cid fo sodin nogabad
duaid .i. foní fuantuic Pól, Ml. 35a9 . fo shod(a)in accordingly,
so: síc disponitur fo sodin `in accordance therewith', Ml. 21c10 .
127d5 . Sg. 41b7 . 182b1 . at that, thereupon, then : dolluid E.
immach fo sodain, LU 8242 ( FB 19 ). LU 5645 .
35With FOR: ni liim for suide gl. nam ceterís ego dico, Wb. 10a1 .
roboisi . . . forsuidiu co cend mbliadna `she was on that (ration)
for a year
', Mon. Tall. 60 (149.25) . cis lir fodlai for suidib?
Críth Gabl. 5 (following a list).
With FRI: rī Laigen līn ngraige | hi cētlud fri suidhe, ZCP
40 viii 108.6 . meas fri sodain `meas (is construed) with it', Ml.
42b4 . rochīan limsa anad fri sodain to wait for that, TBC² 375 .
aes cíuil . . . dia thalgud fri sodain for that purpose? in addi-
tion
? (of Conchobar going asleep for the third part of the day),
TBC 873 . etarscarad fri suidiu .i. fri genti, Wb. 9b19 . ní
45radat som fri sudib acht breic, Ml. 31a18 .
With I: in tain rombá issuidi (i.e. Thessalonica), Wb. 24b23 .
i suidiu there (of a place), Ardm. 18a ( Thes. ii 240.17 ). a diis
for foluch; imb i suidiu i treisi, Críth Gabl. 118 . i suidi(u),
i sodain here, in this case : hí suidiu `herein', Ml. 26c1 . 34d5 .
50 Wb. 20a6 . is do digail teit hí suidi, Ml. 27c10 . 30a3 . 79b5 .
nochomairleictea immargu doib indtan noteigdis i céin cena
lústis (.i. ebtais) hi sudiu `however, when they went a long dis-
tance, in that case they were allowed to drink
', Mon. Tall. 6
(129.22) . sena . . . leithfiach . . . a sodain, Laws iii 108.8 . Also
55of time then, on that occasion : in tan asrubartmar . . . asru-
bartmar hi suidi, Ml. 37a14 . is hi suidi .i. tempore gl. in quo,
72d4 . in tan conucbad in nél . . . migrabant . . . hi suidiu, 83a4 .
in tan . . . hi suidiu, 129a2a . Wb. 12a3 . nirbo messa int usce
hi suide do fulung neich quam lac hodie `at that time water was
60no worse for sustaining anyone than milk is today
', Mon. Tall.
73 (157.29) . aimsir i suidiu isin luc tanaisi `then', Laws i 26.7 .
pl. is hires as toisech hi suidib (i.e. faith and deeds), Ml. 14c6 .
Wb. 15c11 . Sg. 189b4 .
With ÍAR after this, then : iar suidiu `after this', Ardm. 18a
65( Thes. ii 240.15 ). Hy. v 27 ( Thes. ii 334 ). LU 8800 ( FB 60 ).
Note also: íar su[i]dib, Críth Gabl. 589 (of persons).
With IMM: alaili brat corcra . . . im sude the other wore a
purple mantle
, LU 3286 ( SC 8 ). arit odor immi inar co foph
a thona im sodain, LU 8520 ( FB 37 ). tibit in macrad im sodain
70 on that account, LU 8846 ( FB 64 ).
With LA: donec transeat insideas fil la sude (Ebreus), Ml.
75a10 . 19d14 . Wb. 31b8 . Críth Gabl. 387 . la sodain with that,
thereupon, then : co mbrenfat ┐ co llofat la sodain, LU 8090
( FB 6 ). ZCP iii 254.2 (sotain). Laws i 72.3 Comm . RC iii
75178.9 , etc. pl. magthad la suidiu cretem do geintib, Wb. 5a1 .
8a11 . 9b17 . Laws v 412.1 . ní bí sainláa la suidib gl. alius
iudicat omnem diem, Wb. 6b17 . 8a12 . 9c2 .
With ó: brethae ho suidiu mór du setaib do A. (i.e. from
Saul), Ml. 52 ( Thes. i 164.16 ). Ml. 130b6 . Wb. 19c6 . Sg. 6b26 .
80 198a14 (o shuidi). Laws iv 186.3 . Fél. Prol. 122 . ó shuidiu,
also óthá s. ¤ , sodain from that out, from then on: aithgin o
suidiu co cend secht mbliadun ndec, Laws ii 186.24 . cóic
seóit ó suidiu anund, Ériu ii 204 § 23 . otha suidiu `from this
out
', Laws iv 220.11 . otha soduin, v 278.7 .
85With OC: oc suidiu `therein', Ml. 19b11 . nin fortéitni in
spirut oc suidiu in this matter, case, Wb. 4a27 . 26d17 . bid hoc
suidiu co cenn mbliadna engaged in that task, RC iii 344.y . oc
suide, Sc.M² 23 .
With RÉ: dia n-aithrib | rogdaibh reimibh | nach dia
senaithribh re suidhibh before these, Arch. iii 297 § 59 .
5With TAR: roásaiset drissi . . . tar sodin (of the Septuagint),
Ml. 2a6 . ni fuillend diri dar sodain, Laws ii 324.5 . mós tair-
chella ém súil tar sodain (Cú Chulainn referring to himself),
LU 5654 (= TBC² 1177 ) = immonderca súil i sodain duit,
TBC 1848 .
10With TRE: is tri suide doárbas peccad (of the law of Moses),
Wb. 3d21 . tre (tri) sod(a)in thereby, by that means : is ed
inchoisecht tri sodin, Ml. 16c10 . 18c10 . 25d18 . 130b6 . Wb.
2c21 . 4a6 . 9b7 .
II In phrase ol shod(a)in (rarely ol shuide), used as relative
15with slightly adversative meaning and also in literal transla-
tions of Latin relative (see Thurn. Gramm. pp. 301 - 2 ): com-
bad de rogabthe in salmso, ol sodin nad fír ndoib `however in
that they lie
', Ml. 16a10 . asberat as laigiu . . . ol sodin as eres
doib `which, however, is a heresy of theirs', 24d23 . ol sodin gl.
20 quod, 28c4 . ol sodin nad choir `which is not right', 37a8 . 40a12 .
ol sodin etirgénat `which they will experience' gl. quod experi-
turi sunt omnes nocentes, 68c20 . 111b5 . 127d5 . ol sodain óin
gl. quod solum, Sg. 41b1 . ol shodain as sainreth do neutur,
65a2 . 69a20 . olsodin immurgu nad recar les `which however is
25not needed
', 198b6 . With non-neuter form: ol suide ndath gl.
quem . . . colorem, Ml. 76a10 . ol shuide as rann insce la laitnori
`because', Sg. 26b6 .
With ol says (see Ériu i 5 ): cid dathar sund? ol sude (sudiu,
v.l.), Im. Brain 47.21 . ol sude frisin drúid, Ir. Texts i 2.y .
30With compar.: ní moó suidiu a mbríg limm `not more than
this I esteem them
', Wb. 24a5 .
Prob. for 2 side in: ba mo suidiu a mbui cach cuit this was
greater than any other portion
, Irish Texts i 4 § 12 . oliscenn
suidhi forro, ZCP viii 105.4 .
35See 2 side, són, ón.

2 suide n io,n. With fem. pron. (innti), PH 2640 . IGT Verbs § 74 .
Vn. of saidid.
I (a) act of sitting, sitting down : techt ┐ tairisem ┐ s. ¤ , Ml.
15a1 . ind suidi gl. sesionis, 15a7 . trissa s. ¤ gl. per cathedrae
40autem sesionem, 15a13 . huan suidiu biuc gl. modica sesione,
135a14 . indaas bid s. ¤ garait nosessed, 135a13 . nipo accobor
lassin feir nopridchad s. ¤ , Wb. 13a20 . eter s. ¤ nō shessam, Hy.
i 3 ( Thes. ii 300.1 ). siasair s. ¤ eōin i nailt `she sat the seat of a
bird on a cliff
', Hy. v 1 ( Thes. ii 327 ). díles s. ¤ ┐ fhreslige [n-]indi
45(sc. imdae), Críth Gabl. 234 . iter cerchailli ┐ gaimniu suidi
for sitting on, 404 . día s. ¤ for deis dé athar ind nim (of Christ),
Hib. Min. 323 . is hé in s. ¤ itberar doib .i. a mbith cobsaid
nemcumscaigthi in hulc (expl. of sedentibus), Trip.² 40 . nicon
fordamar s. ¤ nó ligi do fir díob `to sit or lie down', Mon. Tall. 85
50(162.26) . ? condot rudi sudi n-óg, LU 3529 ( SC 28 ). cach
n-imresain bís isin tig im shudi nó ligi, BDD² 791 . ? lamh ina
brollach, no suige accud dia ndama cin apud no cin anudh
naile, Laws ii 88.20 Comm . grith s. ¤ `the shout of sitting down',
Triads 99 . is bean do chloinn etig duine | doní in s. ¤ salach
55(sala, MS. and ZCP xviii 204.30 ), RC xlvii 363 (equated with
the `Siege Perilous' of the Grail legend, p. 365 ff . ). leicidh
suidhi dhamh let me sit down, ZCP xi 40.z . an sgol nua suil
do ní suidhe before the new school sit down, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
201.145 . ag suidhe siar `reclining', TD 25.8 . deireadh suidhte
60 the lowest seat, E. O'Rahilly xxxii 11 . an céd ionad suidhe,
Matth. xxiii 6 . Perh. with trans. force in: maith do suidhe
dabach mór good at placing great vats (of Cormac mac Cuilen-
náin), Irish Texts iii 10 § 9 . cāithiugud .i. s. ¤ fri cāith .i. a
samuil ┐ a chondailg fri cāith placing beside, comparing with (?),
65 Corm. Y 217 .
(b) Extended meanings: M. . . . do shuidhe i n-easpogoid-
eacht Chonneire entered upon the bishopric of C., FM ii 1018.8 .
an smúaintir duine don druing | do shuidhe ós cnuaistreibh
Ch.? to rule over, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 268.16 . suidhe i bhfód
70shealbha a shinnsear, 167.34 . suidhe fa chaislén na deircce
dhó `he laid siege to Castlederg', FM v 1284.14 . rorog fóir fri
fir-s. ¤ to settle in (?), Met. Dinds. iv 318.6 . ná duine dá síol . . . |
do shuidhe dhíobh 'na dhúthoigh settle, TD 18.24 . cine . . .
do ghreamuigh . . . ionadh suidhe dóibh féin `settlement',
75 Keat. ii 895 .
(c) With prep. I and (usually) poss. adj. seated, in a sitting
position (as opposed both to standing and lying): ar menmuin
ind fir bíis inna suidiu ┐ adreig, Wb. 13a12 . i suidiu when
sitting
, Críth Gabl. 235 . cach gabal tra i ssuidiu araile hi
80sesam isamlaid canitir `every (other) division is sung sitting,
the next standing
', Mon. Tall. 31 (140.4) . fer mór inna sudiu
occaib, LU 1750 . co fuarusa hé sin char[n]d | ina sudi mílib
arm, 3671 ( SC 33 ). ┐ iat i n-a s. ¤ (of persons), PH 1084 . com-
eirghe do denumh ime cein beit (beith?) a suidiu, Laws ii
85194.13 Comm . glossing ureirge, 2 (see ZCP xv 240 ). sē lā
sūas ina suidhi | diá domnaig 'na sīrlaighi `standing up' (of
trees), Ériu iii 145 § 26 . maith atá sí ina suidhe | idir fhairrge
is fhiodhbhuidhe situated, TD 28.34 . baile ina raibhe comh-
uirle na hEirin na suighe in session, Rel. Celt. ii 204.37 .
a ngar do beith a suighi almost in a sitting position (of sleep),
5 Reg. San. col. xxiii 22 .
With various verbs: atraig C. ina sudi sits up, LU 3330
( SC 12 ). co ndesitar in tslúaig inna sudi sat down, LU 8274 ( FB
21 ). deisidh L. ina shuidhe ina lebaid, Sc.M² 9 R . desidar na
suidi, RC xxiv 202.2 . gabhaid cách 'ga gcur 'na suidhe `all
10began to seat themselves
', TD 11.24 . [Pedar] ar ar chuir Criosd
a Eaglas 'na suidhe founded, Parrth. Anma 98.6 ( Luc. Fid.
53.18 ). cuiris F. scola 'n-a suidhe `established', Keat. ii 79 . do
chuiredh chomuirle choguidh na suighe san bhall sin `a council
was held
', Rel. Celt. ii 180.27 . tarrla benn a bruit fa chois chlí,
15co tarrla 'na suidhi hé, Comp. Con C. 90.y . tug 'na suidhe
cóig críocha | móid shíotha fhuile Fh. pacified, TD 10.36 . téit
Ō. ina s. ¤ sits down (goes to his seat?), ScM.² 10 .
II (a) seat: atá a s. ¤ indisin i nnim gl. in caelo sedes eius, Ml.
30b28 . is tre fhír flathemon fo-gaib cach dān mochto inna
20shuidiu íarna sáethur `in ihrem Sitz' (i.e. seat of honour), ZCP
xi 82 § 24 (cf. 93 § 24 ). ? Of the seat in a chariot: tairsiu isin
creit cumachta lasin suidi ngríanda, LU 3892 ( SC 40 rhet.).
batar na mnaa ina suidib for dou na hEmna in their seats, IT
i 76.2 . gabais cách a shuidi is tig, BDD² 525 . gabsat na trí
25Deirg a suidiu, 526 . s. ¤ cumang for achad `a narrow seat',
Triads 64 . s. ¤ fichet co ba secht seating for seven score (descr.
of a house), ZCP viii 108.20 .
With qual. gen.: bid fir lāma dergi ina suidedaib apad `red-
handed men will be in their abbots' seats
', BColm. 62.20 . s. ¤
30bri[th]emon gl. tribunal, Ardm. 187b1 ( Thes. i 498 ). isint
suidhiu brethemon, ZCP xiii 179.4 . im lot do aibinne, Laws i
166.26 .i. do s. ¤ dala, 170.15 Comm . (cf. dálshuide). isin tsudiu
faire at the look-out post, LU 9057 ( FB 81 ). ina shuidi lēigind,
ZCP iii 35.11 . do shuidhe ríogh `thy royal seat' (i.e. palace),
35 TD 20.55 (cf. rígshuide s.v. ríg-). na sudi selca hunting station,
LU 9823 . suidhe seilge, DDána 118.24 . ergi as a shudi thi-
gernais throne (of Pilate), PH 2640 . ag folach an tsuidhe
thrócaire, Exod. xxv 20 .
(b) seat, posterior, buttocks in phr. with FO: atá íarum ┐
40cathaír . . . fo a suidhiu seated in a chair, BDD² 1121 . tri eich
derga foa suidib mounted on three red horses, LU 6781 . gabur
dubglas fo suidi gach fir, ZCP iv 33.9 . Note also: na héignigh
(sic leg.) go laidir do shuigi = nec cogas fortiter anum, Reg.
San. col. xxvi 10 .
45In nn. loc.: ata sude Patraic i nDumu Selcae, Lat. Lives
29.5 . lodar . . . co suighi Cheit a Līathdruim, ZCP xiii 170.5 .
Compd.: each . . . cona suide-dillait ordha for a muin
`saddle-cloth', CCath. 4737 .