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sund In O.Ir. also sunt. Later sunn, sonn (suinn, Caithr. CC
27.16 ). Also sunda (sund+ṡa, Thurn. Gramm. § 231 ), Wb.
25b9 . LU 1760 . sunnu (: crunnu), Met. Dinds. iii 22.288 .
sunna, 168.24 . LU 9216 . sunno, IT i 144.25 . suno, LL 117a20
50(= sund, RC viii 62.3 ). sonna (: ndíoghloma), Studies 1919,
438 § 3 .
I Adverb of place (somet. accompanied by other adverbs.
Cf. also the possible compd. sundút infra). (a) here, in this
place : sonn .i. annso, O'Cl. sund, Wb. 24a38 . sunt, Ml. 27d22 .
55 37a10 . fri cech ninfinit fil sunt sís, 42c33 . lethdírech s. ¤ , Thes.
ii 251.2 (Stowe M.). atá s. ¤ as huatiu `here is one who is lone-
liest
', Fél. Ep. 395 . imthusa . . . Con Culaind iss ed adfíastar
s. ¤ coleic at this point, LU 3514 ( SC 28 ). codde Cūchulaind ?
. . . uinse s. ¤ thall yonder (?), TBC² 1280 (cf. sundút infra).
60 atā sunn senchus nāch sūaill, ZCP viii 115 § 1 . cid súnd bess
tesergi, Thr. Hom. 44.21 . oraoid sunn go síol gColla this is . . .,
TD 42.1 . éiligh sonna an mbreith ndaortha | rugais orm . . .
`now', Content. xvi 30 . d'ḟéachain buadh na saobh-ṡroth
sonn | truagh nach aon-loch a ḟearann, xxx 29 .
65Of this world as opposed to the next (tall): do shercc dam
s. ¤ do sercc dam tall, Fél.² clxxxv 24 . s. ¤ ís riched rindmas, Fél.
Ep. 378 . fo-fera mór n-uilcc s. ¤ , fo shecht sechtdīabul do-
fechar tall, ZCP xi 85 § 38 .
(b) With verbs of motion, here, hither, to this place : conna
70toraig s. ¤ ille that he did not come hither, LU 3578 ( SC 29 ). gu
tuidchidis sunn ille, IT i 144.27 . canas tancatar na techta | s. ¤
do chéin, CRR 19 . táet sunna dia saigid sin `thither', Met.
Dinds. iii 60.77 . dofil oenmarcach s. ¤ chucund orse, RC iii
183.26 . ionmhuin taidhbhse táinig sonn, TD 39.2 . geall
75techta . . . sunn, Irish Texts ii 32 § 12 . toircidh sunn ar bar
naghaidh, Cog. 86.14 . pron
II As demonstrative this (cf. 1 so) with prepositions: ar
nditen assunn .i. ab hoc saeculo praesenti, Fél.² cxiv gl . snáid-
siunn, Fél. July 18 . in di sunt rogabad in salm fa nac `whether
80the psalm was sung of that or not
', Ml. 24d10 . fír as di sunt
arbeir buith `true that it is of that he uses (it)' gl. utitur . . .
uerum ad hoc ut . . ., 60b11 . óglóg [n-]ainech cech gráid di
shunn of the above (following a list), Críth Gabl. 302 . do s. ¤
gl. ad hoc, Wb. 27c32 . is for s. ¤ rosuidigthi bechbretha la Feine
85`it is on this (i.e. what precedes) bee judgments have been based
by the F.
', Laws iv 202.5 . hi sunt `here', Ml. 37a10 . is sunt,
137b7 . hi sunt, 15a2 . 40a12 . 51d15 . 56b40 . 46a4 . i s. ¤ conbongar
in bairgen at this point, Thes. ii 251.12 . is é itberar hi s. ¤ (fol-
lowing Latin quotation), Trip.² 49 . ind ldín file isund `those
who are here
', Mon. Tall. 159.30 . hi-s. ¤ , PH 4060 . isunna here,
5 ZCP ii 134 § 3 . dentar . . . in recles isunna in this place, Lism.
L. 2587 . íar sunn from here on, Críth Gabl. 315 . ho sunt
dudechummar a ægipt from here, Ml. 111b4 . hua sunt conrici
diad int sailm from here to the end of the psalm, 119a4 . hua
sunt innúnn gl. ultra, 100d6 . o s. ¤ innonn `from henceforth',
10 Wb. 22d8 . o s. ¤ amach, Laws v 128.21 Comm . ria s. ¤ previously,
PH 5407 . ar cach ōen roairiltneig | ria sunda hitherto (?),
Arch. iii 319 § 78 . Occasionally also with conjugated form of
preposition: ann sin . . . ann sunn there . . . here, Laws iv 258.6
Comm . annsunn `here', Content. ii 28 .
15? Compd. ¤ út: miach argait duit sunnút, LU 9718 =
sunn út `here is a sack of silver for thee', ZCP iii 218.6 . ingen
bachlaig thruáig sund-ut `yonder', RC xxv 28 § 11 . ata sunnút
ingén óc alaind, LL 279b23 ( SG 414.17 ).

sundelb: ind s. ¤ .i. borb, O'Mulc. 850 (see Index). ? Cf. surd sundel
20sethorda, BB 378b 25 .

? sunduid: ind ba doigh linn amh . . . nach gebhdhaois fiana
Eirenn risan sunduidh utt agatt a hEamain, ZCP x 292.19 .

sunnarthach xsee sainredach.

sunnrad xand deriv. see sainred, etc.

25 sunnraigid v(sainred) particularizes, picks out : sunnraiged . . .
iat they were singled out, Caithr. CC 41 § 69 . Part.: taoi sonn-
ruighthe i n-uachtar an chláir `which is specified', Corp.
Astron. 106.8 .

súntach adj o, ā earlier son(n)t(h)ach. Precise meaning uncertain.
30 vigorous, spirited, energetic; joyful, cheerful (?): sonntach .i.
lúthgháireach, O'Cl. suntaidh .i. ésgaidh, ib. ? suntraigh .i.
sonairt no láidir, ib. (see ? suntrigsig). fri sid sonthach, SR
4562 . fiad roscaib na sluag sonthach, 4642 . ba seol sontach
`es war fröhliche Fahrt', Snedg. u. Mac R. 10 § 23 . luid a
35churach ceol cen anfuth la seol sonntach (: moltach), Anecd.
i 54 § 35 . slúag na fāilenn robdis fāiltig | rer seól sūntach
(: Drūchtach), ZCP vii 309.22 . Of persons, armies, etc.: ni
fhuil a síl sontach se | acht Cobthach ┐ Loegaire, LL 22a28 .
sáithigh súntaigh iat is buidhigh | dáibh nochor dhuilig in
40fecht (of persons who had been fed), SG 20.30 . an s. ¤ bar sin
are your old men spirited? ML² 1487 . ropsat súntaig . . .
comceneoil Conaill `active', MR 194.10 . sluag s. ¤ , 214.21 . in
tan . . . ropsat . . . súntacha . . . a sluagfoirne, 224.31 . ni leic
in corp s. ¤ slán | dúinn less ár n-anma d'imrád, LB 230 marg.
45sup. an dún . . . corop suntaich ar sen-eich `till our old horses
are spirited
', CRR 6 .

súntaige n iā,f. (súntach): o tainic suntaige ┐ seitreacas da
slógaib ar ndul an tedma uathib `activity and strength', CCath.
3511 . mo shaíri, mo shuntaidhi `my vigor', BR 192.8 . daniad
50suntaigi ┐ failti ind aimsir soinindi (of birds), YBL 85a15 .

? suntrigsig ind(cf. súntach, -aige?): for dib echaib . . . suntrig-
sigh sogobāltaich, TBC² 2333 (-igh later on an erasure). Cf.
suntraigh .i. sonairt no láidir, O'Cl.

súntugad [u,m.] vn. formation from súntach: do suntugadh
55┐ do sofilltiugud a adbair `to quicken (?)' (of a breastplate),
CCath. 5218 .

suormont n m.(Eng. loan-word) southernwood, wormwood :
abrotanum .i. an s. ¤ , 23 K 42, 326.10 . suurbund, 23 P 10³,
26a7 . See surrumunt.

60 superlait n(see Thurn. Gramm. § 357 ) Gramm. superlative: s. ¤ ,
Sg. 45a6 , 7 . 40a11 . do thaidbse sh. ¤ , 40b15 . dirósci di s. ¤ , 42b2 .
int shuperlati, 40b14 . possit ┐ comparait ┐ s. ¤ lasin Laitneoir,
Auraic. 644 ; 3267 . As laudatory epithet: cleithe ┐ superláid
fher nEirenn an Tomás sin ar einech ┐ ar engnam supreme
65one
, Caithr. Thoirdh. 169 § 13 .

súr n o,m. (cf. túr, sirid). túr súr (ón íarraídh), IGT Decl. § 96
(130.1) . súr, túr (bérla na híaradha araen), Verbs § 75 . ? Also
súir: suir mor, Ériu v 36.30 . do shúir chíoschána an chúigidh
(: úir), TD 2.8 (shúr: úr, v.l.).
70(a) act of searching for, seeking : sur .i. iarraid, ut est . . . ar
sur na sluagh. ┐ amhail adeir . . . ac sur esloch is uisceadh,
O'C. 1179 ( H. 3.18, 468 ) (cf. DDána 80.25 ). dobretha techta
. . . di-a sh. ¤ `to seek him', PH 540 . ag s. ¤ catha dúin[n] `seeking
battle with us
', CRR² 25 (78.9) . racha mé sh. ¤ mo shealbha,
75 KMMisc. 56 § 1 . ag s. ¤ comhairle a chonsuil, L. Cl. A. Buidhe
120.8 . s. ¤ deabhtha seeking quarrel, ZCP ii 360.33 . s. ¤ catha
. . . | ag fear mheallta mná Ádhaimh, Timth. (1918) viii 12 § 24 .
do sh. ¤ éisg i n-inbhearaibh, Content. v 21 . ? gan s. ¤ feirge le
fioghair `leaving not one angry face', Arch. Hib. i 83 § viii .
80With follg. clause: oca sh. ¤ cia hernail phene dobertís for in
ṅdrém sin, LB 156b52 . ica s. ¤ ┐ ica imrad . . ., Laud 610, 14a2 .
Transf. of that which is searched for: a sur (thúr, v.l.) na
prim-faighi (of Christ), Ir. Lit. 4 . Various: rofhuc suir mor
da marbad do Fhid Duin `he made a great search', Ériu v 36.30 .
85 ro suighidh s. ¤ for cach Sabaith (.i. for cach ailid), O'C. 979
( H. 3.18, 422b ) `exaction (?)', Plummer MS. notes. ? as chet rí
Banbha gan bron | go meid li tarba re shur (: gur), BB 56a1 .
? sur .i. adhbar, O'C. 1478 ( H. 3.18, 654 ). In relig. verse of the
salvation of the human race: séideadh feirge is fuatha fún |
ní feirrde ar s. ¤ uatha ar-aon, DDána 44.10 . gar s. ¤ nír ghabh
5ga ghonuibh in seeking us out (to save us ?) he did not consider
his wounds
, 48.27 . dar s. ¤ do bhí beoghonta | rí gan rún a
dhíoghalta, Aithd. D. 65.30 . a ndearna dhún ní haithreach
le hóghMhuire | dar s. ¤ as ghlórmhaire, 19.14 . Note also: a-táid
na toirthe . . . | dár s. ¤ siar drawing us westwards, DDána 93.39 .
10(b) act of searching (a place), visiting, seeking out: ag s. ¤
thrághann n-úar nÉreann, IGT Decl. ex. 1128 . ag s. ¤ calaid
making for the harbour, Irish Texts ii 59 § 20 . maighre súir
gach trágha `salmon that searches every strand', Sc.G.St. iv
66 § 24 . s. ¤ an domhain . . . | súil re hiongantaibh d'fhagháil,
15 TD 22a.24 . ar s. ¤ na cathrach after searching the city, DDána
17.7 . s. ¤ gach síodhoirir to visit, 70.6 .