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55 suíthe n(suí) m.? Orig. n.?, cf. suithi n-genntlecta, IT iii 235.16 .
Also spelt suthe. learning, knowledge, lore, skill, mastery
(usually of literary accomplishments): sacart .i. súithe acca
aord, Corm. p. 40 , cf. Laws v 22.16 Comm . dorindnacht la
suithi | soas . . . | dom Chummain, Fél. Nov. 12 . fear ceatrumun
60suite (prec. by sai litri, tanaisi suad litri, oc sai), Laws v 102.4 .
co meit suithe `mit großer Weisheit', Snedg. u. Mac R. 11 § 37 .
? baí sab súithe cec dind (.i. sab . . . no soad cech n[d]iummus
no . . . so abb i suthemlacht . . . nertmar isin t[s]uithe), LU
657 - 61 (ACC). ro suithe dó dám[th]a deacta knowledge of the
65godhead was granted to him
, LU 755 = ACC 45 ( RC xx 178 ).
nír leasaighis in saithi thou hast never improved science, IT iii
104 § 200 ( Bruchst. i 27 § 59 ). fīr flathemon suithi cluines der
auf Weisheit hört
, ZCP xi 80 § 3 . flaith . . . co suthi, co soilsi,
LU 2299 ( FA 35 ). feib adfét in súidi snas as polished lore re-
70lates
, Met. Dinds. ii 44.47 (see Corr., v 129 ). Colam cille do
raid in súithi si sís (i.e. a poem), Fen. 208.11 . ferr soburthan
saithe, Anecd. iii 19.4 .
With légaid studies, acquires literary skill (?): ro lég suthe
co drumne, Lib. Hymn. 32.10 . cris eoin mu chris ralég súidi
75ṅglan, RC ii 113.7 . mine legthar in súithi, Ériu v 22.2 . lē[i]r
ralēg cen luithe lochtai | suithe sechta, Arch. iii 303 § 8 . legais
suithe filidechta laiss, Irish Texts i 34 § 7 .
With qual. gs.: suithe na hécsi poetic art, LL 188a5 ( RC xxvi
30 n. 8 ). for cerddib s. ¤ gentliucta in the arts of wizardry, 9a3 .
80? suithe iumais Greine nó (sic leg.) Boinne, Laws iii 50.9 Comm .
súithi senchassa, Met. Dinds. iii 182.202 .
Of military accomplishments: luid C. do forceatal gaiscid
la Scāthaig . . . co ndergene sūithi cleas lea, Ériu i 114 § 1 . ro
foglaim suithe oc S. . . . corba treorach in gach cerd gaiscid,
85 SG 331.20 . ro foglaim suithi in milti `learnt the science of
soldiership
', RC xxiv 176.15 .
In names of metres: bricht dā, is hé drumni suide na bairdne
(is suíthi na bairdní, v.l.), IT iii 22 § 66 = druimne suithe na
bardne, 49 § 88 . druimní suithe, 96 § 150 `Höhepunkt der
Weisheit
', p. 119 . druimmne slan suídhe sluinnd, 31.26 . roth
5saithi, 37 § 18 (cf. p. 163 ). bobard dno suithi debhidhe co na
cenélaibh a diles, BB 296b51 .
Cf. saídecht, suíthemlacht.

? suithech x(cf. suíthemail, etc.?): dligid s. ¤ sírglaine, ZCP iv
468 § 4 .

10 suíthemail adj i (suíthe) Also spelt suthemail. (a) skilled, accom-
plished, learned, wise : léir-scribnid lan-tshúithemail, Rawl. B.
512, 65b26 . is súthemail tecosc cech shuad (suithemail, v.l.),
RC xxvi 17 n. 1 . saithemail breth rombirt tall | ar bannscāil
n-ann ō roell shrewd the judgement ( John viii 2 ), ZCP x 47.3 .
15 sidhe saidemail sārlúath sruthlúaimnech, Fianaig. 88.24
(`swarming', as if from saithe). súithemail slechtoghud `wise
the division
(?)', Ériu iv 154.5 . fan dtréad searcdha saoidh-
eamhail (of Franciscans), DDána 122.19 . tráchtuigh gach éinní
comhshaoidheamhail . . . is sin go . . . so skilfully (entertain-
20ingly
? cf. (b)), Desid. 15 .
(b) In more general sense of fair, beautiful, pleasant, agree-
able, etc.: abair dun . . . an saothamail e = dic nobis notitiam
eius . . . si pulcer, Trip. 100 n. 8 . bídh siad do ghnáth saoitheamh-
ail, Dánfhocail 144 . sciamhuigh saóitheamhuil `comely and
25delicate
', Jerem. vi 2 .
See súadamail.

suíthemla n[iā,f.] = suíthemlacht, q.v.: a suithemla ┐ a rergnus
caich dos gní dos renar al-loge according to the skill . . . of those
who write in them
(i.e. metres), IT iii 23.22 .

30 suíthemlacht n ā,f. (suíthemail). Also spelt suthemlacht. skill,
accomplishment, mastery : ba soabb i suthemlacht cech berlai,
LU 660 ( ACC Comm . ) ( RC xx 168.12 ). do reír suitheamhlachta
in nech dos gní according to the skill of him who writes in them
(metres), IT iii 23.33 = suthamlacht, 28.26 = suithemla,
35 23.22 .

? suithenta: ind go bás suitheanta Seaán, TD 17.70 (perh. leg.
suaitheanta).

? suithide ind(cf. 1 suth?): is gég amlaidh suithidhe (is ré amhlaidh
sochaidhe, v.l.), Met. Gl. 19 § 58 .

40 ? suithré: n lón do bhadhbhaibh do-bheir sé; | do mhadhmaigh
sein an s. ¤ , LBranach 1788 (` sovereign (of a town)', Gloss.).

? súitt: ind súithemail slechtoghud | frisogar s. ¤ (: cóic) (frisodhar
in séd, ar saigter siúit, v.ll.) `which the roads have attained (?)',
Ériu iv 154.5 .

45 1 sul, suil (résiu+ro, see Stokes, CCath. Gloss . s.v. sú) con- junction folld. by rel. form of verb. With lenition of follg.
consonant when folld. directly by verb (see DDána Gloss . );
but the combinations sul a, sul fo cause nasalization except
in the past tense of regular verbs. Also sol, soil, Fl. Earls
50 70.10 , Luc. Fid. 237.2 . siul, TBC 3475 = sīu, TBC² 2672 . re
sul, AU ii 224.4 . sul added in marg. after síu, PH 1042 . ? as
suil , ML² 2096 (in verse). sul a gcuirthear, Dánta Gr. 26.26 .
sul ar ghabh sí, SG 1.9 . sul fó dtugam, Oss. iv 144.9 . sul fó
dtáinig, vi 66.7 . With follg. neg. sul nach sgarud, ZCP vi
55105.5 . sul nar fagaibh, St. Ercuil 1052 . The form sul is incor-
rect in syll. verse according to 24 P 8, 238 cited Aithd. D. Gloss .
(a) before . With indic.: sul tarraid a n-etráin, TBC 4579 .
suil adralsat a ngliaid nglé, Met. Dinds. iii 272.35 . sul do
fhacaib Meadb in mag, 364.113 . suil do baistedh in naoidhin,
60 BNnÉ 132.10 . suil tarla i dtoirchim, TD 24.33 . sul táinig
Pádraic, Keat. i 226.16 . suil do bhí an talamh ann `or ever
the earth was
', Prov. viii 23 . siul gairmes in cailech, TBC 3475 .
sul éirgius lucht in baile, SG 243.16 . bláth ar n-olc sul aibghi-
gheas, DDána 11.15 . na trí chonnsuine dhég . . . suil chuireas
65.h. a n-iomad áirmhe íad until they are increased by the addition
of h
, IGT Introd. § 1 (1.15) . sul sguirfeas mé `before I cease',
Content. v 47 . sul íosfam iad, TSh. 8897 .
With condit.: sul do féadfaidhe ar n-eadráin before we could
be separated
, Content. xv 20 . sol ticfadh ēn-ghloine . . . este,
70 Fl. Earls 70.10 .
With subjunctive: sul donéor mo mudu, TBC 3078 . sul-
bustrasta imbarach before this time tomorrow, 4271 (sul tí, v.l.).
sul deach ar saoghal seachoinn `ere my life be spent', Dán Dé
iv 8 . suil tí ara thoil, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 172.3 . a héideadh Dé
75sul dheachar, DDána 58.19 . sul dechus grian fai, Fier. 26 . ro
marbadh é féin inn . . . re sul budh cenn mís (impf. subj.?),
AU ii 224.4 .
(b) before in sense of rather than that, lest . With subj.: créad
nár áirmhis tríochaid céad | sul do churthaoi im leith-si bréag
80 rather than that I should be accused of a lie, Content. v 150 .
With future: is erlam sinde fri bás . . . síu (sul) dogénum
édpart do na deeb we are ready to die rather than make sacrifice
to the gods
, PH 1042 . suil bhus saoghlach sinn rather than that
I should live
, TD 11.38 . With conditional: sul do chífed a oidi
85. . . amlaid sin hí rather than that her foster-father should see her
thus
, Acall. 2986 . suil do beradh taobh . . . | le drochbreithir
nD., Cog. 88.24 . suil do cluinfinn an t-allmurach ac rád na
m-briathar so, CF 942 . sul dobeinn isin carcair-so, ZCP vi
100.17 . sol tiocfadh a dtimchioll an b[hoile], Cín Lae Ó
Meall. 46.20 .
5(c) Hence rather than that, lest : sul lenus sé in chalann (of
the soul), O'Gr. Cat. 446.14 . With pres. subj.: suil sgara sinne
. . . ruibh, Aithd. D. 92.22 . sul mhealla sé sinn ar-aon | ná
féach ar an bhfolt lest it beguile both of us, Dánta Gr. 16.65 .
suil bheas aimhréidh eatarra `lest there be disagreement between
10them
', TD 24.3 . sul dheach meas ar méad mo chean, DDána
7.24 . With impf. subj.: suil tísiodh oilbhéim lest reproach
should come
, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 208.18 .