snomad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. snomad or dil.ie/38181

n [u,m.] (snob, snom) act of stripping off bark; bark of a tree : im crinad cacha feda . . . .i. a smacht ar treisi .i. ina s.¤ , Laws i 188.22 Comm . aithgin a craeb ┐ a snomtha for cuicthi `chips', Laws i 164.2 Comm . Of the skin of the human body: cned . . . mane tainic ní as itir acht s.¤, is a dul ar eiric glais ┐ ait ┐ deirg, O'C. 588 ( H. 3.18, 290 ) = O'Don. 829 ( H. 3.17, 592 ). Cf. Cnogba . . . | nísbrúa sár snomda slúag `the pillaging violence of hosts', Met. Dinds. iii 50.26 (snodba, snobga, v.ll.).