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in-snaid

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Forms: insnadat, insnastis, atomsnassar, esnaisse, esnaise, insnastis

v indic. pres. pl. 3 insnadat, Sg. 14b10 . Ml. 118d20 . subj. past pl. 3 insnastis, 26c17 . Pass. subj. pres. s. atomsnassar, Wb. 5b30 . Part. esnaisse gl. inserta, Ml. 33c6 . esnaise, Thes. ii 10.19 (Bcr.). Vn. esnaid, q.v., RIA Dict. Fasc. II.

(a) inserts, ingrafts: co atomsnassar gl. ut ego inserer, Wb. 5b30 . a síl ... is ed as esnaise in omnia elimenta `this is inserted,' Thes. ii 10.19 (Bcr.). insnadat gl. iggerunt (recte ingerunt), Sg. 14b10 . in fid do thóbu et fid aile do esnid and `to insert another tree therein,' Wb. 5b42 .

(b) puts forth, thrusts out ?: insnastis gl. (consuerunt gladium ultionis) exserere, Ml. 26c17 .

(c) Fig. in-snaid do brings home to, impresses upon: it he inna gnusi insnadat dunni int sonartae inna múr `which put in our mind the strength of the walls,' Ml. 118d20 .

snáïd

Cite this: eDIL s.v. snáïd or dil.ie/38116
Last Revised: 2013

Forms: snáidid, snáigid

v First vowel prob. short in O.Ir. (see GOI § 47 ). In later lang. freq. snáidid, snáigid, and also often with stem snaí- (diphthong attested by rhyme in bardic verse, see IGT Verbs § 42 ). On pret. see GOI § 680 . Redupl. s-pret. ro ṡenas (MSS. re henaus, re< >naus), Ériu 52, 60.11, 63 .

(a) swims : ro sna .i. dorinne snámh, O'Cl. snáifid Li Ban sair síar sanchan, LU 2965 . With follg. acc. swims across : m'oenurán . . . | ro snó farrci, LU 3016 ( SG 235.25 ). bá samlaid sain ro snausa in farrci, 9436 . ro snadius muir, 3000 . i Fáil Segi snáad lind `in F.S. would he swim the water', Metr. Dinds. ii 80.23 . snait in sruth, Ériu v 225.109 . dosnai (dosnaith, v.l.) co min an sruth, RC xix 262 § 178 (Fier.). do snae roime co sanntach in saile, ZCP xiii 219.1 . i saindelgna rosná (rosna, MSS.) `in the secret spot he swam to', Metr. Dinds. ii 28.23 . indar-latt is muir ro snaidsiut (of galloping horses), IT iii 239.135 . snaeiid sgoth E. . . . | Loch Feabail ó burd do burd, IGT Verbs ex. 377 . With prepp.: ? is tre fhīr flaitheman do hiubla uisce ëisc ar srothaib snaaither (see v.ll.), ZCP xi 92 § 20 = īasc a tonnaib do-snāmaib segar `wird der Fisch . . . im Schwimmen erjagt', 82 § 23 (see note p. 100 ). do hiascaib snait i srothaib, SR 7260 . nad boi muir i snaitis, Ériu ii 104 § 15 . dia snaidhi íasg i ninberaib, TBC-LL¹ p. 237 n. 8 . snaghid co cian o thir, RC ix 460.12 (snaised, v.l.). fororcongart A. . . . ara snáigtis . . . docúm na hindsi, Alex. 677 = aro snaidis, BB 494b4 . snáaid eoin ar indberuib, BCC 384.22 = snaidhit, KMMisc. 313.27 v.l. ( 321 ). co snāifitis maic midaísi foraibh (of streams of blood), ZCP xi 62.5 . is dar in sruth sin rosnoed Leander, TTebe 1531 (rosnoidh, v.l.).

(b) Of a ship, etc., floats, sails: Noe, . . . | rosnái uas tonnaib dílenn, SR 2292 . nach snaighinn longa . . . air, RC xix 270.4 (Fier.) ni snaidhfedh long ele . . . an aband sin fen o laighet a huisce, . . . muna snaidhed[h] long C.C. í, BCC 344.30 . ni hedh amain do snaí si an abond sin (of a ship), 33 . do snaoi mar bu bád ar muir (: bhaoi), Aithd. D. 94.16 (of Christ walking on the water). co snaighdis (consnaetis, text) na copana . . . comola arna lintib fala, TTebe 1909 n. 6 . snaidhid na búideil sin `those flasks swim on the river', Fier. 49 .

(c) creeps, crawls : ? snaifid anmanna ili for sligi richid, LL 284a46 . do chonnairc mé cuma gach uile neithe shnáidhios creeping, Ezekiel viii 10 . na huile neithe snáidheacha shnaidhios air an ttalamh, xxxviii 20 .

(d) Of a river flows: snaid gl. meat, Ml. 93c1 . sruith-lind sin cen bás co bráth, | snás dar Lifi co lond-gnáth `which pours', Metr. Dinds. ii 68.30 . Segsa snás a Síd Nechtain, 82.42 . snáidh gach sreabh gusan moir móir (: Tháil), IGT Verbs ex. 378 . ar Sinainn-ne gusa snáid | dos láid na minaibne a méid, ex. 379 .