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.

? samga

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ind in cheville: esnad gaithe rodo seite | samgha gradhuill, Snedg. u. Mac R. 10 § 22 .

samguba

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x see sam-.

samit

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x see samfit.

1 samla

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Forms: samla

n [-ae, ,f.] (1 samail). The form samla given under 1 samail may be g s. of this wd.

(a) likeness, similarity, that with which a thing may be compared : cuire s.¤ fair describe it, LU 8587 ( FB 44 ). nimtha a s.¤ , RC xxxvi 263 § 17 . nir sh.¤ Cherball ri nech `compare none to C.', Met. Dinds. iv 344.71 (? leg. Cherbaill: Bregrainn, Gloss.). cen co raib a s.¤ sin | ar Maig dá Gabra d'echraid horses like them, 126.34 . fri s.¤ suthach (: amra), SR 23 . rí dorat sain fri samlái | do Moisi, do mac Amrái, 3821 . Maire ingen Ammrai ain | finngel fri samlai soergráid, 4638 .

(b) in adv. phr. fon s.¤ sin thus : is fon s.¤-sin sunna | gníth . . . a cét-chuma, Met. Dinds. i 10.61 . tanic fon s.¤-sin cusin tech, PH 849 . is fon s.¤ sin . . . téid gal . . . na laech . . . ré lár (samail, v.l.), CCath. 1697 . 1325 . fan s.¤ cetna, TTebe 4642 .

(c) ghost, apparition (?) (cf. samailt): ní bíd ní fo díchlith | dia rusc ó brí brúachaig | do ṡídaib nó ṡamlaib `of fairy-folk or fetches', Met. Dinds. iv 74.71 . ba s.¤ día sóach `the shape- shifting goddess was a phantom?' (Corr.), 196.z .

? ag gol, ag caoi . . . | ag tuirse co síor co sníomhach samhla (leg. samhlaidh?), Oss. v 134.z .

2 samla

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adj in phr. fēr s.¤ `coarse grass', Laws iv 94.11 .i. na mona, .i. in tsléibe, 24 Comm . O'Dav. 965 . g s. of 1 samail or 1 samla?

? samlach

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n atciat . . . na samhlacha i Cnuc na Righraidi . . . .i. na mergedha . . . ┐ na pupla sights (?), Lism. L. 3077 . co nus-duaid oma iat, ┐ atconnarc-sa fen a mbuill etir na sam- lachaib fuil etir a fiaclaib openings, gaps (?), Aen. 157 (but see note p. 12 ). Perh. pl. forms of 1 samail or 1 samla.

samlachus

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n (samla) likeness, pattern : ata in speir so . . . ar na cruthugad da samlacus Airgeis `after the pattern of Aries', Ir. Astr. Tr. 132.5 .