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65 súst, súist, sústa, súiste n(Lat. fustis) Perh. orig. ā,f., but
form and inflexion vary considerably; apparently m. in St.
Ercuil 465 .
Flail : flesc .i. suist, O'Dav. 833 (sust, v.l.). suist no sgiurse
gl. tribula, Ir. Gl. 109 (sust, MS.). suisti gl. callidiba, 278 . bla
70susta aith `exemption in case of injury by a flail in a kiln', Laws
iii 220.15 .i. slan a mbrisenn in tsuist isin aith, 16 Comm .
aithsceinm suiste do lar, v 156.14 . larg a suisti `the handle of
his flail
', iii 106.15 Comm . susta `flail' (but prob. pl.), iii
264.14 Comm . in tsust, v 158.14 Comm . an tslis sginnes on
75tsaor . . . no na suisdi on buailtoir, O'C. 295 ( H. 3.18, 162 ).
fer . . . na serre ┐ na susti ┐ na forchae ┐ ind claid `a man . . .
for the flail
', Mon. Tall. 16 (133.13) . amal sladar iasc mbrec
for licc dergáin co sústaib iarind, LU 8655 ( FB 48 ). aicme
muine: machad, gat, ngend, sust, rusc (Ogam tírda), Auraic.
80 5727 . luid i teach do thabairt a chranna, na susta ┐ in tseichi,
Ériu v 34.15 . conarba ni ri mac oclaig . . . a dornd im suist
`deigned to put his hand to a flail', Cog. 116.12 . na súistighesi,
2 Sam. xxiv 22 . ní búailtear an fiatghal lé súiste, Is. xxviii 27 .
Flail considered as weapon: béim búirid fri teora sústa
85iarnae, BDD² 1271 . eccla shústa duirn dīabuil fear of the flail
in the hand of the devil
, Arch. iii 216 § 4 . cona trichait susti n-
imtrom n-iarnaidhe, TBC 5613 . rogab suist ngaile a senat[h]ar
i na laim .i. Satuirn, BB 430b29 . sústa sénta sen-garba (of
devils), PH 8112 . suisti imreamar iarnaighi, CF 680 . suist-
edha, BNnÉ 99.19 v.l. (sústa, text). in sust foda fomordhae
5(n s.), St. Ercuil 465 . do toguib . . . in susta segmar seiniaraind,
1559 .

sústaid v(súst) beats with a flail, threshes; beats, scourges : nos-
sitlithir ┐ nossustaiter, RC xiii 7.6 . sūstfaid slighiudai Ērenn
graigib sceo cairptib he will trample the roads of Ireland with
10horses and chariots
, ZCP ix 452.19 .
Vn. sústad, súisted: éicin a shúisdedh ┐ a bualadh (i.e. an
gráine cruithnechta); is fó'n innus sin as maith limsa mo
chorp do shúisdedh do na galraib, SG 39.x - y . ag sguirsáil ┐
ag suistedh na druinge damanta, ZCP iv 412.11 . agá sústadh
15┐ agá slatbhualadh (of souls in hell), TSh. 1976 .

sustaint xsee substaint.

sústgal n[ā,f.] (súst) flailing, threshing, beating : cíar bh[ó]
adhbhul sustgal inn imramha, CCath. 1954 v.l. sustgal ┐
ur[sh]laide na loirgfertus . . . ica n-imluadh, 5920 .

20 sút pron(cf. út, sucut, and Thurn. Gramm. § 475 ) demonstr.
(stressed) that, yon . Also siút. Like seo, sin used to emphasize
pronouns and the pronominal element in possessives, conju-
gated prepositions and verbal forms, and also independently
as substantive.
25 I (a) With indep. pron.: nach e siud (no seo above line) in
t-aislingti, BB 237b7 . é siud, TBC p. 204 n. 6 . is é s. ¤ duine
as luga sin tír, SG 243.1 . se s. ¤ , TBC 2425 . nach hí siut cell in
clerig? Trip. 464.13 . isí siut accu in cú cían, ZCP iii 433.22
(cf. LL 207b23 ). nách ead siut atrubrumar frit, PH 2782 . iad
30súd, TSh. 10346 .
(b) With possessives: id a macsamla s. ¤ such a band, TBC 613 .
a roinn s. ¤ ar dhó to divide that in two, Acall. 2339 . dá niarsma
súd, O'Gr. Cat. 473.1 . guidheam uile ar a son súd let us all
pray for these
, Dán Dé ix 34 .
35(c) With conjugated prepp.: airi siut, Thr. Hom. 18.31 . as
súd soir go beinn B., Oss. iv 20.25 . doluid Patraic . . . for
muir. Immesoí de sut isin tracht from there, Trip.² 903 . dóib-
shiút, TBC 432 . fris s. ¤ , 1261 . ind s. ¤ there, in that case, Trip.² 64 .
ticed . . . Lóeg and s. ¤ thither, LU 3654 ( SC 32 ). a cuirp do
40fácbāil ann sūt, Arch. iii 224.26 . leo s. ¤ , CCath. 5108 . reme s. ¤
. . . na díaid before . . . again, TBC 5778 . seice súd, IGT Decl.
ex. 115 .
(d) With verbs: ciarso choma connaig s. ¤ ? what condition
does he ask?
TBC 1780 . bí s. ¤ i n-ochtaib na bfer mór, SG 243.2 .
45 an ghlóir ó do ghrádhaigh súd, DDána 21.6 . saorfaidh súd, 93.2 .
II Used independently that, those . (a) In sentences with
copula: crét s. ¤ ? what is this? LU 4019 ( SC 47 ). cia s. ¤ ale? TBC
5440 . iarfaigid C. dó: cúich in suut? LL 108b28 ( RC xiv
406.22 ). gabadh cia sud? `who is that?', TTebe 4717 . cá hainm
50s. ¤ ar siad what is his name? SG 243.4 . bid búan mo scel sadbir
s. ¤ (cheville?), LL 33a5 . abhac in rig s. ¤ , SG 243.1 . Magh Léna
súd, ML² 1040 . Ulltaigh súd those are Ulstermen, IGT Decl.
ex. 284 . an crú sa soidech súd the blood of which they are the
vessel
, IGT Decl. ex. 811 . ? ní sud con-sirther (ni hand so
55consirthar, v.l.) `here it is not attempted', TTebe 4921 . ní fód
súd nach soileaghtar, DDána 27.1 . is e G. siut, PH 1227 . inn
é Cormac s. ¤ ? TBC 176 . issed labra s[ú]t aingil that is the
speech of an angel
, Ériu ii 102 § 10 .
(b) As object of transitive verbs: atclunisiu s. ¤ a Loegairi for
60Conall, LU 8495 ( FB 35 ). atchithi siut, Acall. 6038 . níor
chuiriomar súd i suim, TD 22.19 . creidim súd, DDána 31.10 .
ni licfind sud d'fagail bais I would not allow that man to die,
ZCP vi 27.18 .
(c) With prepositions: ar siut (leg. air?), Acall. 6040 . mar
65súd therefore, so, Irish Texts ii 31 § 4 . ag s. ¤ = ag sin there is,
voilà : ag siud buidean as chalma inaid fein, TTebe 1234 . ag
súd bhar n-airm, Comp. Con. C. 73.8 . ag súd Colum na Cille
chugainn! `here comes', Keat. iii 1592 . ag siúd Domnall, MR
196.11 . With acht: ná car achd súd, DDána 45.7 .
70Note also: sūd chuguinn iad, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 9.8 . sud ┐
nach mbiadh sé air ar gcumas `what if it should not be in our
power
', Donl. 106.2 . ? ár Laigen sit `a slaughter of Leinstermen
there
', RC xvii 250.21 .

sútaire n io,m. (based on Lat. sutor) shoemaker, cobbler (by some
75editors transl. tanner): in ti bis ┐ ind a elle 'n-a oil .i. . . . in
sutaire, Laws v 80.1 Comm . dun tshudairi, 15 Comm . ar son
eniclainni don tshudaire, 82.9 Comm . amail leathar súdaire,
SG 36.2 . in dael hUa S. . . . bodach sudaire, AU ii 412.18 .
drem ele ina súdairibh, Irish Texts iv 84.38 . oirfidech . . .
80sudaire `tanner', Fen. 102.16 . subdoiri is cerd is goba, 214.3 .

sútairecht n[ā,f.] (sútaire) shoemaking: is caircedh cen dílaim
.i. amail na fetur .i. coir fuaigetugud na sútairechta .i. is cair-
emnacht, O'C. 427 ( H. 3.18, 232b ).

1 suth n u m. (see Thurn. Gramm. § 309 ). Occas. also soth
85(: loch, Met. Dinds. iii 404.23 ). g s. suith, Fianaig. 4.3 . IGT
Decl. § 72 .
(a) fruit, produce : etrud .i. etar-s. ¤ .i. etar madin ┐ fescur.
s. ¤ .i. torad, O'Mulc. 470 . na sothe .i. ní dofhuisim terra `the
products
', Sg. 64a14 . as máthir a shotho feissin cach nóen
chrann, 65a6 . cunar lans. ¤ (gl. occidit in grandine uineas eorum)
5 so that they gave not their full produce, Thes. i 5.14 (leg. cunarbu
lánsuth, Thes. ii 415 ). is tre fhír flathemon cach s. ¤ sóinmech,
ZCP xi 83 § 29 . co ngeiltis a fhér ┐ a s. ¤ co lár ┐ co lántalmuin,
ZCP v 501.2 (= Thurn. Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 42.13 ). co na fil . . .
s. ¤ no torad im-muir na hi tir, PH 4239 . s. ¤ nglē (cheville), ML²
10 146 . s. ¤ na talmhan, DDána 74.13 . teas i sín, s. ¤ i bhfoghmhar,
99.19 .
(b) offspring, issue, progeny . Of human beings: s. ¤ .i. clann,
H. 2. 15, 182 marg. inf. soth .i. beiriotas, O'Cl. úair ná tarm-
altad a s. ¤ , LU 4281 . dar cend trín a sotha sláin `in return for a
15third part of all their progeny
', Met. Dinds. iv 20.19 . is de
asbertha na Fothaig friu .i. fotha-suith iat, ar isí cétchlann ruc
Fuinche iat do Macnia `a foundation of offspring', Fianaig. 4.3 =
tri Fothaid .i. tri fosuith .i. sotha maithi iad . . . .i. fotha sotha
iad, BB 254b42 . cétgeine cacha sotha ┐ primgene cacha
20cloinde `of every issue', Dinds. 85 ( RC xvi 35 ). cuingidh a rīgh
raith | go sídh is go s. ¤ | rīgan fhēta fhial `for peace and off-
spring
', KMMisc. 276.1 .
Of animals: amal donemat eoin a suthu `as birds protect
their young
', Ml. 39c22 . érsná súthaib `after the offsprings'
25gl. depost fetantes, Thes. i 5.33 . ri rosfaillsig . . . | fo lígdath fri
didnad s. ¤ | fri crínad, fri hurugud (of herbs) for the comfort of
creatures
, SR 7283 . luidset in soth co sír-blad | cosin loch dia
lán-dídnad, Met. Dinds. iii 404.23 (of pigs). robatar treoit
caerach co ndath oir for a n-[o]laind ┐ for a sutaibh lambs, BB
30 413a14 . intan aipgiges a sotha ina bruinn, CCath. 4143 . s. ¤ a
chruidh ní théid na theach, IGT Decl. ex. 1559 .
(c) milk (mostly in glossaries): uth .i. ōn tṡ. ¤ .i. ōn loimm
asberar, Corm. Y 1283 . `glinne' sut[h] co sir-buaine, glossed
.i. lacht, Met. Gl. 3.19 . s. ¤ .i. lacht, O'C. 1488 ( H. 3.18, 663 ).
35 nemeth bó .i. nem-s. ¤ .i. s. ¤ lacht. ar is ō lacht atā nemtenc[h]us
do cethra, ut dicitur . . . rocar . . . slēbe in s. ¤ , O'Mulc. 830 e .
s. ¤ .i. lacht, Lec. Gl. 164 . teora ba blechta .i. ba fir a mbeith
co s. ¤ , Laws i 64.18 Comm . (in gloss on: teora ferba fira, 1 ).
bud terc s. ¤ na loilghech, ZCP x 50.8 . Note also (or to súg?):
40 batar . . . sochaide . . . i ngallruib examla . . . do'n t-shúth nime
ticed do'n draic sin, PH 2491 . o shúth nemi na nathrach, 2509 .