samalta

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verbal of nesess. of 2 samlaid to be likened to, com- parable to, like .

(a) with FRI: s.¤ leam fri hōrsnath . . . nō re buidi mbech . . . cach ōenḟinda don [ḟ]ult sin I would compare . . . to . . ., TBC² 2566 . ba s.¤ ra sebacc . . . na ra tetag n-allaid . . . da ech Conculaind, TBC 3381 . cunid s.¤ ra cír ṁbethi . . . glantaitnem a fhuilt, MU² 585 . s.¤ ra corcair lossa liac . . . a gnúis, 588 . ba s.¤ fri herball fiadeich in mong, RC xxiv 196.16 . ba s.¤ fri deread shnechta i claidib cach n-alt . . . di, 198.z . commá samaltá ré céol aingel gach urlabra, 384.20 . nír ṡúail ní ris bud ṡ.¤ leiss acht mar bad hí in ḟirmiment do thuitted he could not compare it with anything small, TBC 5026 . ba s.¤ re Meidb na beth penning a selba lé it seemed to M., 83 . gur ba samhalta uaitheadha iorghaile . . . na nUlltach . . . ré doire, CRR² 29 (86.5) . samhalta . . . fri dā lēige a fod its length was about two leagues, Fl. Earls 84.1 , cf. 250.15 . With inverted comparison: béal ren samhalta snuadh subh, TD 27.42 . gnúis gheal re samhalta sneachta, PBocht 9.13 . With DO: samalta d'adhbar airdríogh, Duan. Finn ii 78.12 .

(b) with OCUS: combo s.¤ ┐ snáth óirṡnáith cach finna, TBC 2716 (fri horsnath, v.l.) = comba s.¤ ┐ snāth ōir, TBC² 2027 . coma s.¤ i[n] nuall sin ┐ tulborb fogragud na cruinni, TTebe 1284 .

(c) with clause: ba s.¤ combo hí in muir tísad dar múraib it seemed as if, MU² 498 . ba samulta na taidled in talmain ar a luas dorethad he seemed not to touch the ground, TTebe 2463 . ba s.¤ . . . co tuiced in t-ech a n-erbairt-sium ria, 3497 . badh samhalta go bhfrais-diubhraicdís . . . mion-chlocha na maighi, CRR² 23 (74.26) .

samar

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n (1 sam+ar ploughing?) name of a summer food-rent: s.¤ .i. biadh samraith, O'C. 876 ( H. 3.18, 393a ).

sámas

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n o,m. (sám) pleasure, delight : fri sámus slaind `a name full of pleasantness', Met. Dinds. iii 332.31 . d'easba bidh ná ró shámhais, Oss. iii 252.27 . diúltadh go hiomlán . . . do shámhus na colna, Donl. 146.21 . taithneamh nó sámhas, 94.11 .

sámchaire

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n [,f.] (sámchar) peace, restfulness : ro bhái sídh ┐ samhchaire ┐ cáinchomhrádh . . . ag cach duine . . . diarailiu ina ḟlaith, Cóir Anm. 78 . ar mét in tsída ┐ in[na] samcairi (in samcuirie, MS.) ┐ in chaincomraic, Bodl. Dinds. § 1 ( Folklore iii 470 ). ? Cf. sám fri sídaib sám-chuire, Met. Dinds. iii 224.16 .

sámchar

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adj o, ā (sám+car) restful, peaceful : co subach samchar sithchanda, LL 227a34 ( TTr. 743 ).

samchásc

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x see 1 sam compds.

samda

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adj [io, iā] (1 sam) summer-like : Silend, na ba s.¤ (: adba) `who was not summer-fed, i.e. her lake was dry in summer' (Corr.), Met. Dinds. iii 376.15 (of Turloch Silinde, see turloch).

sámda

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adj [io, iā] (sám) easeful, peaceful : suan samdha, Anecd. i 69 § 169 . in Mórrígan mórda, | ba slógdírmach s.¤ `whose pleasure was in mustered hosts', Met. Dinds. iv 198.36 . in find slúagda s.¤ (: bágda) `easeful', 210.z .

samdán

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x see sabdán.

samfit

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n (1 sam+pit) see Wortk. 215 . lit. summer pittance, expld. in Laws as composed of curds, butter and milk: samfít .i. fit doberar i samhradh .i. gruth ┐ im ┐ loim, O'Don. 520 ( H. 3.17, 422 ). faill frichnuma imna fobiadhuibh .i. s.¤ ┐ crimmes, O'Don. 292 ( H. 3.17, 230 ). sam[f]it `curds', Laws ii 326.7 Comm .

samḟuin

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x see samain.