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Arcaidecda

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adj io, iā (Lat. Arcadicus) Arcadian : a n-ucht Aráibecda a Muir Rúad anair ┐ int ucht Arcaidecda a Muir Thorrén aniar sin 'in the Arabian Gulf to the east of the Red Sea and the Arcadian Gulf to the west of the Tyrrhenian Sea', Ev.Inf. (LB) 405 § 130 . As subst.: rig na hArcaidegda, TTebe 3977 . sochtaid ... na hArcaidegda, Aen. 1835 .

éistid, éitsid

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Forms: éitset

v (fr. prototonic st. of in-túaisi; cf. imper. pl. 3: éitset frisin precept, Wb. 13a11 ) listens, hearkens, attends:

(a) with fri (re, le): dlegar coimet in étsechta na ro etsium...fri hecnach, PH 6875 . esti frinne co n-aicillem thú, 8117 . estid friumsa...cor indiser díb araill, 3748 . 2962 . estid ri haidid cach ḟir list to the fate of each MacCarthy 150.5 = LL 127a36 . éisttidh lea léghadh, BNnÉ 261.37 . le Maodhócc erlamh eistigh, 261.16 . ro eist Dia re do geran, ZCP vi 286.24 . RC xvii 155.5 . muna éistidh tú ré guth do Thighearna, TSh. 9689 . nachar éist ris an mbocht, 4629 . Impers. conid móti éstither riu immad erlabra do denam, PH 7840 . éistior rum `hearken' TD 28.3 . éistfidhear rinn my suit will be heeded Dánta Gr. 9.11 . ní héister rem aintreisi `my debility is not attended to' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 332 x .

(b) with acc.: eist a forcetal, PH 418 . ro éisd Dia itchi Rónáin, BS 122.22 . BCC § 231 . dá n-éiste ar ndán IGT, Decl. ex. 88 . do ráidh... nách éisdfeadh éandán aguinn, TD 8.22 ; 28 . ro edsit oifrinn ann, D IV 2, 45[43]v b3 . do eistimar aifren, Maund. 257 . eist an chaiscc celebrate Easter BNnÉ 60.34 ; 57.12 ; 59.12 . Pass. labra uaidhe ní héistior `no utterance is heard [heeded?] from her' O'Gr. Cat. 466.21 . isse adubhrudh san ndligheadh | cunnradh é ō ēistfidhear, B. Fermoy 195b .

(c) abs.: estid ┐ sochtaid , PH 39 .

(d) with do: inn esti dūin, ZCP xii 295.6 . dá n-éisde d'Íbh Cuinn, Content. ix 19 .

For vn. see étsecht.

sochtad

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vn. of sochtaid . gloom, sadness : ba sochtadh ┐ ba snim, ba machtadh ┐ ba meragud menman les he, Ériu viii 18.9 .

sochtaid

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v (socht)

(a) falls silent, keeps silence : sochsit (leg. sochtsit) uli iarom ┐ ferais in rí faelti fris, LU 10897 . sochtais Máel Dúin iarom, 1675 . rosochtsat in churaid . . . la himnaire, Anecd. ii 56.16 . rosocht fri ré da uair nullum verbum proferens, Lat. Lives 4.4 . sochdait na hIúdaide iar sin `after that the Jews were silent', PH 2975 . sochtait na cluig a gcétóir, Fl. Earls 52.21 . In impers. constr.: ro ṡocht forra `silence fell on them', CCath. 5561 . sochtais bar Eidiph o 'dchualaid sin, TTebe 4594 . do sochtadh leo fán gcath do thabhairt `they ceased to speak of engaging in the battle', Keat. iii 4384 .

(b) is struck dumb, stunned, amazed : dorala co n-erbailt a aiti isin dail, ro sochtsat na huile di hein, Trip.² 161 . sochtais Ailill la sodain ┐ nibu fáelid leis a menma, LU 8748 ( FB 56 ). roṡochtsat-som iarum illi obstupescentes , Lat. Lives 13.3 . no-sochtatís . . . o menmain ┐ no-ingantadís stupebant autem omnes, PH 5377 . Impers.: rosocht fair coma cruaidhither re crandlaem gach n-alt, TTebe 3364 .

(c) comes to a halt, ceases, stops : sochtsat . . . for formna na fír-fairge `they stopped on the shoulders of the open sea', Metr. Dinds. ii 26.15 . sochtais in peist ba treise the strongest reptile desisted, Irish Texts i 18 § 54 . Rarely trans.: mar nach sochtaid na seanchadha an nídh deistineach so are not silent regarding, Keat. i 10.3 .

vn sochtad, sochtain.

? sochtain

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vn ( sochtaid ) act of falling silent, coming to a halt : iar sochtain īarom briathar di Dubthach 'when Dubthach had finished speaking', BDC 148.701 . See also sochtad.