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bol

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n expld. as poet(ry): b., .i. ēiges; buil a rēim, Corm. Y 194. b.¤ .i. éigsi no eicceas, O'Cl. ? b.¤ a polcro, quia non pulcer, sed polcer antici dicebant , O'Mulc. 164. ? fri arnadain don dedeilb deim/ baigthius a baile mb.¤ , BB 308a45 . See bal.

suíthemail

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Forms: suthemail

adj i (suíthe) Also spelt suthemail.

(a) skilled, accomplished, 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 . sidhe saidemail sārlúath sruthlúaimnech, Fianaig. 88.24 (`swarming', as if from 1 saithe). súithemail slechtoghud `wise the division (?)', Ériu iv 154.5 . fan dtréad searcdha saoidheamhail (of Franciscans), DDána 122.19 . tráchtuigh gach éinní comhshaoidheamhail . . . is sin go . . . so skilfully (entertainingly? cf. (b)), Desid. 15 .

(b) In more general sense of fair, beautiful, pleasant, agreeable, etc.: abair dun . . . an saothamail e = dic nobis notitiam eius . . . si pulcer , Trip. 100 n. 8 . bídh siad do ghnáth saoitheamhail, Dánfhocail 144 . sciamhuigh saóitheamhuil `comely and delicate', Jerem. vi 2 .

See súadamail.