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? suinich: ind s. ¤ .i. so-einigh no deigheinigh, O'Cl.

? súinig n n. pl.: imma ṅdūinib duinnig dúir | niptar s. ¤ síl Saúil,
SR 6544 .

? suiniugad: x an saoghal agá slíobadh ré suiniughadh na séad
5saoghalta uirre, TSh. 2969 . Cf. sainigud?

suinnén n[o, m.] (sonn?) thrust, push, blow, attack; gust of wind :
triamhain .i. nert, no suinnen, O'C. 1322 ( H. 3.18, 608a ) (see
tríamain). co tuc borbshuinnen brath[fh]ogla isan mbruach-
deredh `with ruinous intent he charged their rear', Caithr.
10Thoirdh. 74.28 . gach anshocracht ┐ gach suinden da tabradais
dó, Smaointe B. Chr. 3401 . dár nglúasachd fá gcuáirt ré gach
uile shuinnéun teaguisg `with every wind of doctrine', Eph. iv
14 . suinnéan `blast, gust or breeze', P. O'C.

1 suinnénach Only in adj. derived from compd. noun (see
15 suinnén): in tond báiti . . . borbsuinnenach thrusting, forceful ,
Caithr. Thoirdh. 90.38 .

2 suinnénach n[ā,f.] (suinnén) act of pushing, thrusting : icc suinn-
enaigh (-aidh, v.l.) a mbidbadh da ngúaillibh `jostling (?)',
CCath. 6121 .

20 suinnénugad vn. formation from suinnén. act of thrusting,
pushing : ag suinnenugadh a sotalnámad `to flail', Caithr.
Thoirdh. 117.16 .

suinnsed n(cf. tuinsem, suinnén?): do bheir suinnseadh santach
. . . a gcoinne . . . Ch. ` thrust ', ITS xxiv 120.16 .

25 suipér n o,m. (Eng. or Rom. loan-word) supper: loitfidhter bur
suiper ata ullam, Fier. 82 . arin suiper, Rosa Ang. 324.18 .
cuireth . . . chom a suipēir, Fl. Earls 44.8 . s. ¤ mór . . . a nám
shuipéir, Luke xiv 16 , 17 . Last Supper, Eucharist : suipéur an
tighearna, 1 Cor. xi 20 . a haithle an tsuipēir deighennaigh, Fl.
30Earls 198.7 . do chuid oídhche (glossed do shuipéar) an
tighearna, Donl. 64.y . Cf. suipéur Chailbhín, Desid. 4006 .
do-gní s. ¤ takes supper : an trath na díngnadh sé suiper, Rosa
Ang. 290.16 . na denuid acht super beg, Reg. San. col. 22 . is
ann doghnidh R. cona muinntir a suiper gacha heaspartan,
35 BNnÉ 54 § 53 . Note also: do chaithemh a suipéir, BNnÉ
219 § 104 .

suir Adj. of doubtful meaning: Teothóta s. ¤ soreid (: druin?)
.i. erasa, Gorm. Sept. 2 s. ¤ .i. urasa, Dec. 20 . s. ¤ .i. umal, ut est:
ní deas díbh maidemh bur cean | raighidh gu s. ¤ bur sindser.
40Ocus, ar a suire fuair Muire a mac, Ériu xiii 79 § 257 . gilla s. ¤
seng fial ag fleidh (: muir) `a graceful hospitable dispenser of
the feast
', Caithr. Thoirdh. 23.31 . deargaid cinna sleag co s. ¤ |
cnead gé chuin do-fhinna air, IGT Verbs ex. 237 .

? suirded: ind Pardus fri s. ¤ sáergraid (: bruigred, sic leg.), SR 966 .

45 1 suire n[? iā,f.] (suir): is uad Saxain cen s. ¤ (: barrbuide), Rawl.
76b45 = shúre, LL 142b18 . ar a s. ¤ fuair Muire a mac, Ériu
xiii 79 § 257 . See next.

? 2 suire: n cáine s. ¤ fri cach seilb | ba cáime cech duine-deilb | a
cuirp ós tonnaib tuile ` sea-maids ', Met. Dinds. iii 190.17 (cf.
50 mur-duchand, 15 ). súire .i. murdhuchann, O'Cl. But perh.
same word as 1 suire.

suíre xsee saíre.

suirge n iā,f. (so+rige, O'Rahilly, Ériu xiii 159 ). suirghi, IGT
Decl. § 3 (44.6) . suirgi, Verbs § 83 (234.20) .
55(a) wooing, courting, love-making : ní s. ¤ na sotlae | ro chruidi
mór partae `neither wooing nor vainglory', Fél. Ep. 135 . nocho
denand snim ri suirghi, Anecd. i 50 § 23 . cech súirge ┐ cech
lennánacht, TTr.² 369 . tosach suirghi . . . | ben is fer icompoc-
ath, IT i 125.7 ( TE 10 ). eochair s. ¤ súarcus, ZCP vi 270 § 9 .
60 trí muime menman: sotla, s. ¤ , mesce, Triads 247 . buáid
súithcherna ┐ surgi ┐ súarcusa, LL 231a14 ( TTr. 1017 ).
eochair slirci na s. ¤ (of Diarmait ó Duibne), LL 396.7 . In
name of a metre: suirghi mall, IT iii 100 § 177 (cf. p. 140 ). an
ngéabha suirghe . . . | uaim, Aithd. D. 40.22 . an bhean
65chuinghedha as bláith barr | suirghedha cháich ní charann,
IGT Decl. ex. 1198 . ná lean baois na suirghe, A. Ó Dálaigh
xliv 2 . do lucht suiridhe ┐ soighneasa, Eochairsg. 81.18 .
With follg. fri: rofher surge . . . | fri mnái cóim, Met. Dinds. ii
18.11 . Cf. suirgi .i. suarcas, ut est: ro fer suirgi saor ar seilg, |
70for mnai cain cen meirg gan mairg, O'C. 1178 ( H. 3.18, 468 ).
an tan do-chuaidh Samson do shuirghe ris an meirdrigh, TSh.
7403 . do bhí O. ag suirghe le T., Feis TC 714 .
(b) In extended senses: craeb . . . | renab dáig s. ¤ gach slóig
sought after by every host (of an apple-tree), SG 351.38 . is amra
75lem Cairbri ag suirgi athasg ar Conchobar `I am astonished
that Carbry is courting counsel from C.
', O'Gr. Cat. 111.20 . gan
a innisin don oide faoisidne cía gá bhfoil do ghrádh nó do
suirghi what you love and follow after, Mac Aingil 228.10 . Of
a ruler wooing the kingship, sovereignty, kingdom, etc. (see
80 Ériu xiv 17 ff . ): Núadha Finn Fáil . . . nothaidhledh co minic
in lía Fáil ic cluici fria ┐ ag suirghi, ar ro thirchansat na fáidhe
dó co mbá rí Erenn é, Cóir Anm. 83 . do leithéid do leanamh
óg, | . . . | ag suirghe le cró Cormuic, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 60.36 .
atá an ingheanso ó aois leinb | ag suirghe ribh (i.e. kingship,
85sovereignty), TD 20.52 . Críoch Bhanbha i mbun na suirghe
`about to mate', 24.43 . ní loc suirghe ar a fer faghla (of a terri-
tory), L. Cl. A. Buidhe 201.139 . In religious verse (of Mary,
etc.): fulang cnedh na trí tairngi | caibdhi ler geab sí suirgi,
IGT Decl. ex. 176 . fagháil mná do mhuin s. ¤ | trom d'fhior, Dán
Dé xxviii 11 . dia trés an mbeannachtain mbinn | grádhuighis
5inghin Iaicim | suirghe ris do róine sí, Studies 1934, 89 § 10
( Arch. iii 244 ). is í ar suirghe re San Mairghréag | cuimhne
dhamh ar ainmhéad m'fhiach my method of courting the favour
of St. M.
, DDána 32.4 . ? suirghe do-chóidh 'n-a chéile |
fuighle as ar dhóigh ar ndín-ne, 40.25 .
10(c) g s. as attrib.: ar mbean tsuirghe my sweetheart, A. Ó
Dálaigh ii 2 . ar a mhnáibh suirghe, Aithd. D. 15.24 . fer s. ¤
wooer: faisneis fir ts. ¤ .i. tuc dam dingin no do siar ┐ do dén
faisneis duit, O'C. 2595 ( Eg. 88, 50 (51)c ). fear suirghe, DDána
32.1 . léightheoracht leabhar . . . suirghe `love-books', Donl.
15 294.18 . opaidh i salann s. ¤ , IT iii 85 § 83 = upaid i salann s. ¤
`ein Liebeszauber in Salz', Bruchst. i § 88 . ruithen suirghe
ceachtar a dá rígrosc a lovelight in each of her two queenly eyes,
BDD² 35 . sét s. ¤ wooer's present, love-token : in tres sét suirghi
is fearr fuair Find riam (Cochall Clothrand), O'Don. 955
20( H. 3.17, 668 ). séad (sic leg.) suirghe chumaim dá cionn (of a
poem), DDána 32.37 . da seuduibh suirghe, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
238.35 . ag sin sed surgi agam dhuit, a ríghan (of a warrior's
head), Celt. Rev. iv 24.7 . mur sed suirgi `as a token of love',
ZCP vi 275.14 . bunaidh imgel Trāga Tuirn[i] (leg. Tuirbi) |
25inber snam[a] suirghi sin estuary swum by wooers (?), Ériu x
77 § 17 , cf. in mal . . . | diarbo dan suirgech in snamh, 88
§ 105 .