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aithmet

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o vn. of ad-muinethar, Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 580 . commemoration: inmain a.¤ , Fél. Sept. 19 . i mórféil a haithmit (a haithmet, mor feil cata thaithmet v.l.), Aug. 15 . ? suabais n-a.¤ , LL 311b25 . cuimniugad nó aithmed, Dinds. 20 ( RC xv 317 ). As n. pr. húi Aithmit Caiss, LL 313a27 .

Bel(l)taine

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n Appar. io, m. or n. in Lament 10 cited below, but f. in later lang. `the month of the beacon-fire', Pokorny, Jn. Celt. Stud. i 134 ; see also Études Celt. vi 65. time of the beginning of summer ; May ; first of May : belltaine .i. beil-tine .i. tene bil, Corm. Y 122. O'Mulc. 150. Note further Bil .i. o Biel .i. dia idal, 149 . nó co beldine ' diu . . . doaselbti dine gacha ceathra for seilb Beil. Beldine iarum bel-dine, dine cecha cethrai, ZCP iii 246.4 , 6 (Tochm. Emire). is dé roinn nobid for an mpliadain and .i. in samrad (sic leg.) o beltine co samfuin ┐ in gemred o samfuin co beltine, 245.26 , 27 . ón teinidh sin do-níthí i n-onóir do Bhéil ghairmthear Bealltaine don fhéil uasail ar a bhfuil lá an dá apstal mar atá Pilip ┐ Seamus; Bealltaine .i. Béilteine nó teine Bhéil, Keat. ii 3833. i mbelltaine `in May', Laws i 132.13 Comm. cus na belltanaib bida nesom `to the next May-days', ii 390.20 . ó belltaine co belltaine, iii 142.19 Comm. an treas lá do mhí na bealtuine, ZCP i 118.22 . gort i mbrāen mbelltaini a field in a May shower, ACL iii 238 § 5 ( Aithd. D. 80.5 ). braen na Bealltaine, Stair Erc. 2104. ada buada belltaine: / coirm, mecoin, suabais serig, Hib. Min. 49.4 . it falte na hingina / o thic doib co beltene (: sentane) `Mayday', Lament 10 (see note). la ria mBhealltaini `on the eve of May Day', Ann. Inisf. 1230.1 . imm lóei belltaine, LB 101 marg. inf. In n. pr. Gilla Crist Húa Mael-belltaine, RC xviii 191.14 (Tig.).

comsubeis

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adj (cf. súabais ?): nidam comṡulbir laburtha (c.¤ airlebartha, v.l.) frit, Alex. 827 `equally skilled ', Meyer Contribb. 455 .

dess

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Forms: deas, dessum, tes

adj o, ā.

(a) right (as opposed to left), dexter: deas (gl. dexter), Ir. Gl. 386 . for láim deis, BCr. 19c2 . alleth o laim deiss gl. dexteram eius partem, Sg. 17b2 . i noxil in tuib deiss of the right side, Thes. ii 254 . co súilib dessaib (: chennaib), SR 3671 . inna ndornaibh dessaib, Ériu ii 130 . a lámh dhes is a chos chlé, Acall. 1539 . in fath . . . ara n-abar cle seach deas, Lec. 533a31 . smitt a cluaisi dessi, PH 3115 . ocht cét lām ṅd.¤ do imdibe, LL 123a54 . na láma desa, Reg. San. Col. xxi . beannacht na láimhe deise, TSh. 272 . Hence as subst. ā, f. right hand, right-hand side (lám being understood): tria deis, Tur. 142 . for Dé deis, SR 1497 . Hib. Min. 10.323 . bith dia deis hi flaith nime, Trip.² 284 . réidig romainn . . . for do deis, Metr. Dinds. iii. 40 . ? ar des rig is ruirech, TBC-I¹ 2269 . suidhimse ar deis dreagain T., TD 11.101 . manais . . . ina deis, TBC-I¹ 3305 . a chlé fri muir n-Icht, a d.¤ fri bruig mbuan-B., Metr. Dinds. iii 190 . deis fri Banba, bél fri Bóin, Ériu iv 92 . a d.¤ fo-thuaid fri fuined His right northward towards the sunset (Christ on the Cross), PH 3321 . ná findad do chlé a ndingne do deis (leg. dess), 6081 . cor duinndeise fad ghruaidh a blow on thy cheek from the right hand (?), TD 3.41 . Combined with 1 s. pr. aff. dessum on my right, to right of me: Crist dessum, Crist tuathum, Thes. ii 357 (Hy. vii). Dia tuathum . . . Dia dessom, Hy. vi 2 .

(b) south (the s. being on the right to a person facing east). As prep. south of. In Mid. Ir. usually tes on the analogy of tuaid, tuath: i nDruim rig tes Taltin tréin, RC xxiii 312 . des Almain south of A., RC xxiv 54 = TFrag. 42 . i n-iath Cairpri des Bóinn, Rawl. 158.2 = ZCP viii 333 . des maig Midi (sic leg.), Fél. Prol. 226 . Cf. Desgabair (= s. of the Gabar). Note also: do deiss Danuib s. of the Danube, LL 136a33 (cf. tuaith Benna Bairche n. of B.B., Hy. ii 29 ). See O'Rahilly, EIHM 462 . In various advbl. phrases: andess from the south, northwards: dolluid andes for Beluch M., IT i 106 . ro faith a ndeas, Todd Nenn. 138 . With FRI from the S. towards, hence to the south of: ruind aness (= frinn andess south of us), TBC-LL¹ 1215 . conid farcaib . . . andes i ndeisciurt Letha, Hy. ii 10 . D. mac D. do Ernaib Muman andeas, Acall. 207 . fo d.¤ , fa d.¤ southwards: fa d.¤ no fa thuaith, Wb. 29a21 . scailit uad fo d.¤ fo thuaid, LL 209a5 . do chuatar fo des dochum a tīre, ZCP iii 19 . dafáid fo d.¤ co Victor, Hy. ii 47 . isin dara míle ó Róim fo d.¤ , PH 1918 . roláis a n-ernail . . . seoco fod.¤ hi clithar B., TBC-I¹ 1774 . bodes is bothuaid, Acall. 2742 . do cuaid Padraic d'foglaim bo deas, Todd Nenn. 106 . luidh bu dhés, ZCP xi 212 . dēchais uaidh fo dhes, Moling § 33 . a chlé fod.¤ frisin ṅgréin His left southwards towards the sun (Christ on the Cross), PH 3320 (cf. ZCP ii 225 ). (mod.) an taoibh budh dheas, Matthew xii 42 . Cf. sadess.

(c) In fig. sense right, just, meet: nír d.¤ (or deis, see note) dait mo guin, TBC-LL¹ 3953 . ni deis re Dia dergmartra ar dáinib God does not deem fit, desire, MR 172 . nochar deis é le dreich nDē, ZCP vii 304 . an arra is deisse re feichemuin toicheda ināt a seoit fein which . . . prefers, Laws v 420 . ? nírbo dál deis, Metr. Dinds. iii 70.3 . Manchaigh as dáibh as deisi | sealbh inbhir na hÉirnesi they have the best right to the possession, 3 C 13, 453 . As attrib.: cūic bā dēc don deachain des (: ances), ZCP ix 171 § 3 . Dia deas, SG 21.41 . rogell C. cach ní ndes, BColm. 90 .

(d) By extension convenient, becoming, agreeable, well-arranged, neat, later pretty, fine: des cach suabais , Corm. Y 468 . folt . . . cass d.¤ drumnech, TBC-LL¹ 5173 . in t-aislingthe laind lán-des, SR 3350 . cēd matal mōirdhes, ZCP viii 116 . claidmi . . . dessa, Cog. 162.14 . mór a gcrábhadh deas a ndaonnacht, DDána 122.17 . gārda roidhess, Fl. Earls 78 . cos deas ó mbídh slacht ar bhrógaibh, Keat. Poems 203 . ro bo des leo, Lism. L. 1909 . ger maith leis . . . nochar deis ē le dreich nDé, ZCP vii 304 . is des tarla sin that has happened conveniently, Caithr. CC § 65 . go dtárla an ghaoth go deas dona death-ḟearaibh, ML 46 . do cuir fa aithne ar a manchaibh biadh . . . do beith co des acu to have in readiness, BCC § 230 .

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(a) ¤dorn: ní raibhi . . . d. gan dá manáis, Acall. 232 . a chúach 'na des-durn, Ériu iv 100 § 33 . ¤druim right of the central line (of Ogam): it hé a n-airde: desdruim, túathdruim, lesdruim, tredruim, imdruim 'these are their symbols: right of, left of, athwart, across and around the central line', Auraic.² 51 § 6,4​​ . ¤ḟertas: fil do desḟertais in charpait, IT i 320.21 . ¤lám: ca lín dofaeth dom deslaim, RC xxiii 420.10 . co scenaib . . . ina deslamaib, LU 3888 ( SCC 40 ). beannacht na deasláimhe, TSh. 9896 . deslām glēgeal, ZCP vii 304 § 9 . deas-lámh Dé, Dán Dé xxiii 38 . ¤lethan: in dá ech . . . deslethna, JRSAI lxxi 376.9 . ¤breth: nírbo deis-breth ná daig-bert, Metr. Dinds. ii 30.55 .

(b) ¤donn: co ndānaib domuin dess-duind, SR 2674 ( brown or ruddy in the south?). rinn . . . ina glaicc . . . da deasbualadh Ainnti-Crist (intens. to give A. a fine beating?), Lib. Flav. 32ra23 . ¤mass: as mo lāim degduinn desmais ` shapely ', ZCP xiii 8.8 (cf. GJ viii 49 ).

esclae

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n (? ess + 1 clú) expedition ; favourable auspice (?) (see K. Meyer, Wortk. 46 , and RC xxxvi 367 ; ZCP x 200 , xx 485 ): esclae .i. laa n-escomlaithe .i. la suabais do imtecht a day favourable for setting out O'Mulc. 445 . macc bec dochoid indiu ar esclu hi carpat (of Cu Chulainn's first chariot-expedition, début), TBC-I¹ 640 LU = ar oesclu YBL. ar escla Eg. ( ZCP ix 137 ). mac bec docoidh for escla .i. for sēn uaire, O'Curry 583 < H 3.18, 289 . Cf. gebut-sa ma psalmu aniu | i n-uaim cloch[da], nar esclu (: desctdu, v.l. descæ) may it not be a good auspice (?) [for his enemies] Cáin Ad. 18 .

slóg, slúag

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Forms: slúagh, slógh, sluag

n o, m. slúagh, slógh m., IGT Decl. § 96 . a host, army : a nimbed són ind sloig gl. hostium agmina, Ml. 62b20 . luide dia thosun (? leg. thofun) som co sluag . . . luid hi telaig ba nessam dind slog, 55c1 . senchrib cona slúag, 95a12 . sluag gl. agmen, Sg. 20b1 . inna ilslogu the many hosts, Tur. 110a . maidith in sluag forna doirsi[u], Sc.M² 18 . mebais riam forsna slógu, LU 3791 ( SCC 36 ). dothíagat int shlúaig a dún Chrúachan, TBFr. 54 . fer forgaib éclann ar bélaib slúaig, Críth G. 558 . tubadh sloig fo mendad `the attack of a host upon a house', Laws i 266.20 . sernsat ┐ immsit na slóig impu, TBC-LL¹ 542 . slúag do thérnam a cath, CRR 5 . is amlaid tanic Iudas ┐ slog mor imalle fris co cloidmib ┐ sabaib, PH 3080 . sdiuir, a Dhomhnaill, na sluaigh soir | buail do ghormloinn ar Ghallaibh, DDána 74.33 . gur thionól . . . sluagh líonmhar . . . ┐ do rinne ceann sluaigh da dhalta ┐ tug féin go n-a sluaighthibh ucht ar Mhuimhneachaibh, Keat. ii 4800 . Used, like lín, in apposition to the subject of the sentence: Muiris Mac Gearailt . . . do dhul, sluagh, a Tir-Chonaill, AU ii 312.10 . do chóidhset sluagh for Uibh Méth ┐ ruccsat bú, AFM ii 1154.8 . tiocfa, mar tháinig Séasáir | . . . | slóigh nach urusa d'áireamh `he will come . . . with a following difficult to number', TD 24.34 .

Hence throng, crowd, company, assembly : clu coitchenn na tíre ┐ foirgell an tsloigh dá derbadh the public, O'D. 1697 ( H 2.12, 1 ). ó rachus tar trí nonburaibh do ní in slogh fair, ib., `if it goes beyond 27 persons it constitutes a slóg' (Plummer MS. notes). a Íssu not-guidiu | ar écnairc na slógsa (of the company of saints), Fél. Prol. 266 . is tú banḟlaith buidnib slūaig `with banded hosts' (sc. the monks and nuns of Kildare), Hail Brigit 1 . roingantaigset na slúaigh anísin (of the gods at Peleus' feast), TTr.² 356 . gor creitset in sluagh gan acht | grigair triasan cantairecht the people, ZCP viii 14 § 14 . uli slogu na nIúdaide eter óc ┐ t-shen, PH 186 . ar shliabh Síóin, lá na sluagh `the Judgement-day', Measgra D. 65.25 . gur bó maol guala gan brathair ┐ nách sluacch neach ina aonar, AFM v 1804.3 . suidhmidne ar slios na faithche | na sluaigh theagair thiomsaighthe (of a company of poets), TD 8.11 . congair a sluaig din chaill chéir (of birds), Mart. Tall. 94.13 . in sluag ucud on dernad in erchoid (of a swarm of bees), Ériu v 234.41 . Folld. by defining gen.: slogu inna maccradh isnaibh meallmuigib, Ériu ii 124 § 69 . slúag már martir súabais , Fél. Feb. 2 . Muirenn . . . ┐ sluagh mór cléirech uimpe, TFrag. 214.23 . ro-artraig in slog demun ina smút chéo immpe, PH 7237 . an sluagh sidhe so i nEamhuin, L. Cl. A. B. 94.1 . do shlógh iarnuidhe Ioffoirn, Aithd. D. 53.9 .

Compds.

(a) With nouns: ¤acallam vocative case of collective nouns : slúagh-agalluimh ann so, Ériu ix 93.1 . ¤art (see 3 art): secht cet tri bliadna bladaig | . . . | gan gabail re slogart sleag, MacCarthy 316 § 5 . ¤barr: a chend slúag-barr `leader of the host', Metr. Dinds. iii 114.63 . ¤bann: a llechta fri slúagbann slatt | i crích Gúaland atcondarc `with deeds of war and rapine', Metr. Dinds. iii 112.39 . ¤blad martial renown : nert nónbair samlaid | fri slog-blaid i Sen-Garmain, Metr. Dinds. iii 244.40 . ¤bolad: tuargabad in crand-sin | co slúag-balad sinnsir `diffusing patriarchal perfume', Metr. Dinds. iv 214.66 . ¤buiden a company : slogbuidne mor-longphuirt Poimp, CCath. 4434 . ¤chrech: gidh bé mheasas mionca a sluaigh-creach | tar slios tíre, DDána 111.15 . ¤dorus: leim re crannaib na sleg tar sluagdorus in baile, Acall. 5821 . ¤duine warrior : a Eochaid, a shlógduine, FDG² 20.611 . ¤dún: fri sreith iar slecht na s., SR 4550 . ¤fhairche: i measg sluagh-fhairche bhfear bhFáil, DDána 117.19 . ¤fhedan: a mhaca samhla . . . | ní feas do shluaighfheadhuin B., L. Cl. A. B. 147.52 . ¤fher a warrior : Suuithun sruith sluagfer, Gorm. July 15 . ¤lín: slóighlíon d'óighshíol Ghoill is Ghaedheal, Hackett xi 29 . ¤muirer a weighty host : fuil Róisteach na s. sraoineach, xxxix 271 . ¤nem hostful heaven : Felic seim co slognem, Gorm. Nov. 15 . ¤rechtaire: is hé ba rondaire ┐ ba sluaghrechtaire fer nErenn, Dinds. 119 ( RC xvi 71 ). ¤ king of a host : ar sluaighrí sídheine, Aithd. D. 4.13 . ¤shirid: sluaighṡirthe calma ó gConuill `valiant raiders of Conall's race', TD 2.13 . tiocfaidh . . . slóighshirthe go Banbha Bhreagh, L. Cl. A. B. 152.55 . ¤thend: and ata in slúag-thend `the host-attended warrior', Metr. Dinds. iv 204.23 . ¤thech house for a host, billet : slúagthigi sithfhata, MU² 202 .

(b) With adjj.: ¤apaid: dream shlúaghabaidh chaithmhe cruidh with ready hosts, L. Cl. A. B. 270.51 . ¤armach: in crobuaile cat[h]a sin, in sit[h]muine sluagharmach `the host-armed brake', CCath. 5378 . ¤búadach: Abisolón slóg-buadach, SR 6932 . ¤daith: crand as cach ḟid óg-maith | ball s. fri sílad `a limb prolific for propagation', Metr. Dinds. iv 214.48 . ¤dil: rí slógdil rosaer cen len beloved of hosts, SR 7405 . ¤dírmach: in Mórrígan mórda | ba s. sámda `the mighty M. whose pleasure was in mustered hosts', Metr. Dinds. iv 198.36 . ¤mer: Poimp ┐ Séasar sluaighmhear having swift hosts, DDána 121.14 .

sobais

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x see súabais .

sobés, sobas, sobus

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n (2 so+1 bés) good conduct, good manners, morality : atasuidi for sobus íar córus ḟine `he holds them fast to good conduct according to the law', Críth G. 341 and n . fri sobes, fri sorecht, fri soairle, Laws iii 22.9 . trí cáin docelat éitchi: sobés la anricht . . . `three fair things that hide ugliness: good-manners in the unfavoured . . .', Triads 84 . ferr sobés ina doilgid `good manners are better than awkwardness', RC xlv 88 § 16 . a sobés, a sochostud, Ériu iv 148.2 . nóibad cuirp co sobēsaib, ii 55 § 3 . córaigium ar mbethad . . . i sobésaib, PH 7883 . senadh do thionól . . . do erail riaghla ┐ ṡobhésa for chach, AFM ii 992.4 . na subháilce ┐ na soibhéasa bhíos 'na bhfál timcheall na hanma, TSh. 1468 . sobhas .i. sobes, ut est slúagh sobas insegur comdliged co core do flaith .i. indsaigit slog lais do chuindgigh a sobesa iar cuma, iar coir, O'Dav. 1406 , `a well-behaved army', Meyer, ZCP x 352 . See súabais .

sobis

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x see súabais .

sodaing

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adj i easy: ba s.¤ do Dhia taithesc do cech duil diib inna berlu shaindilius, Ériu ii 142 § 156 . ni s.¤ anni connaigi form, CCath. 3345 . not-lenfutsa in slóg-sa cidh bé conair . . . do dodhaing no do ṡ.¤ coso treóraigh[fe] íat, 639 . Sechnasach s.¤ `affable', Metr. Dinds. iv 206.671 . do ba s.¤ . . . aithne ar na leabhroibh do sgríobhadar, MS. Mat. 555.29 . conair shodhaing sho-imtheachta, AFM iv 1126.1 . ni . . . sodhaing (of a road), Maund. 114 . C. . . . garg s.¤ seolach a selg, RC xlvii 309.3 ( LL 140b1 ). In cheville: seólaib soidngeib with easy movements, SR 4539 . In npr.: s.¤ .i. suabais, ainm doilidh do mathair mac Milid, O'Curry 136 ( H 3.18, 78 ). Compar.: teidm nar'bo sodhnge (sodhaingi, v.l.) d'fulang, CCath. 3501 . See soidnge.

súab

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adj Only in glossaries, an abstraction from súabais , q.v.: suabh .i. sobésach, H 3.18, 51b citing: suab inaithne ambí intarg, recte suabais ( LL 311b24 cited ACL iii 144 ). suabh .i. soibhésach, O'Cl. ` moral, mannerly ', P. O'C.

súabais

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adj [i] (so+bés? Lat. suavis? Both derivv. given by native glossators)

I As adj. gracious, kindly, gentle : suabhais .i. maith, conáigh, ailghean no mín, O'Cl. suabais .i. sobesach, Lec. Gl. 115 . Sulpic sochla suabais , Fél. Jan. 13 .i. sobésach, Fél.² xxxi . slúag már martir s.¤ , Feb. 2 .i. onni is suauis .i. suaibseach, Fél.² xlv . co slúag s.¤ `with a gentle host', July 16 .i. cum turba felici martirum suabais .i. sobésach, Fél.² cxiv . a rí sochlai sóbis (: Farónis), Fél. Ep. 502 ( suabais , solas, sóliss, v.ll.). descaid .i. cāid iat ┐ suabais, quia fid (= fit) des gach suabais , Corm. Y 468 . ba sūi sōbais fri cach sēis, ZCP iii 23.15 . suabais cech dána `every bold person is cheerful', Tec. Corm. 15.26 (sobais, subach, suabhaisech, suaibhsioch, v.ll.). Of days favourable, auspicious : esclae .i. laa n-escomlaithe .i. la suabais do imtecht, O'Mulc. 445 (see esclae). luid tria hecosc . . . a shenathar do Themuir di láu sobais, ZCP viii 311.18 .

II As subst. good behaviour (?): in maith bar suabais-si?, RC v 202 § 24 . Cf. sobhas .i. sobes, ut est slúagh sobas insegur comdliged co core do flaith .i. indsaigit slog lais do chuindgidh a sobesa iar cuma, iar cai coir, O'Dav. 1406 . co ttuccsat gialla Gall fri suabhais do Ghaoidhelaibh as a guarantee of good behaviour towards the Irish (?), AFM ii 736.21 = fri sobus do Gaidhelaib `for their submission to the Irish', AU i 504.9 . ? cethri maic la Setna sithbacc | suabais n-aithmet i mbid argg, LL 311b24 (see ACL iii 144 ).

See sobés, suibsi.

súaibsech

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adj o, ā ( súabais ) kindly, gentle, agreeable : suabais .i. onni is suauis .i. suaibseach, Fél.² xlv Feb. 2 . subaich .i. subeo .i. suaibsech, lxxi Apr. 10 . so[th]cherna cech suaibsech (suabaisech, v.l.) `every genial person', Tec. Corm. § 13.32 . suabais cech dána, 15.26 (suabhaisech, suaibhsioch, v.ll.). ? cocad saegtech setrech sibhlach suabseach (so+áibsech?), Cog. 100.26 .

? suibsi

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n foraim s.¤ , ACL iii 294 § 8 (g s. of subus m. `Freude', ACL p. 301 ). ? Cf. súabais .