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(a) act of congregating, meeting together : asoilge laith loch-bronda .i. . . . cid dorche sāmad cáich ┐ cid rūndae riam ┐ īarom, docruide a rūna laith d'ól, Corm. Y 803 = sámud, Corm. 26 loch. eochair sheirce sāmud, ZCP vi 270 § 1 . nonbur ríg . . . | tucsat sir-blad da sámud (: Adum) `meeting- place', Met. Dinds. iv 342.34 . is ē mo shāmud re mnāi | amal bīs cámull hi ceó, | cen co hana lim is cet, | cet lim cid marb, cid beō, ZCP iii 37.15 . saeghal is sith cein nombeó sund uas bith blogach | samudh subach rombé co mbrigh om righ rogach, Anecd. i 74 § 221 . Note also: sesca tri cet is coic mili | . . . | do bliadhnaibh sin ar na samhadh | o dagein Adhamh co n-uaill when added together, Ériu x 89.2 .

(b) congregation, assembly (usually in relig. sense): samad .i. muintir, Lec. Gl. 98 . do rē[i]r sāmad sochla sean (: crābud), BColm. 100.1 . sámud būan bríathar-ísel, | fó húar mad mé foglésed | sāstum a n-ecna nūasal `lasting low-voiced congrega- tion', Ériu ii 63 § 1 . deghailm foluing sāmad slān (: crābud) (of a bishop), Arch. iii 306 § 4 . sámud . . . na sruthi imon sanc- toir do gres, LB 123a40 = senad, SR 4897 . carais Brenainn biothcrábudh | do réir senaidh ┐ sámhaidh (: crabaidh) `synod and assembly', ZCP i 62 § 37 . Cathalán an chrabhaidh chóir | ba sruith sámhaidh, ba senóir, FM ii 930.14 . Ord Sanct Bernard is sámadh ┐ is coimht[h]inōl isin mainistir the con- gregation . . . consists of the order of St. B., Fl. Earls 210.20 . im Sairial . . . | im Raifial . . . | uaisle an tsamhaidh aingligh fhinn (: gabhaidh, leg. gábhaidh ?), Dán Dé xxv 55 . Matadhan mac Oeda Róin | rí Ulad an tsamhaidh coir, Ir. Texts i 61 § 57 .

(c) of the congregations of particular saints: co mbennach- tain Adamnain ┐ samtha Iáe, Anecd. ii 17.12 . amra s.¤ sanct- Brigte `wondrous was St. Brigit's congregation', Hy. v 13 . in da phopul De .i. samad Brigte ┐ samad Patraic, Lat. Lives 78.13 . Dindshenchas Cind Fhinichair, i Samud Chaemgin (Glendalough), Met. Dinds. iv 320 . co ttartsat réir shámhtha Chiaráin, FM ii 846.11 . samadh Finden . . . ┐ samadh Ciarain cona n-abbaid, BNnÉ 301 § 6 . robhudh saidbre sámhud Coluim C. inas cech sámud, Lism. L. 874 . tria easccaine samhtha Cholaim C., FM iii 80.15 . ó shámhadh ┐ ó choim- thinól Druimenaigh, Anecd. i 78.19 . tre troscudh shámhaid Finnéin, Lism. L. 2767 . gabhail dertaicche Cille dara for Forannán . . . co samhadh Padraicc archena, FM i 452.7 . Note also: digrad do samtha fort, Fél. 96.15 = do samhta, BNnÉ 305 § 19 .

samugad

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vn. of samaigid, q.v.

sámugud

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vn. formation from sám act of calming, tranquillizing : cen samsúgud (leg. s.¤) sid (: sárugud), SR 6095 (or vn. of samaigid? See Wortk. 129 , Strachan Verb. Syst. of SR Index). ni bá sámhucchad bías de | tré shárucchad na cille, ZCP x 30.3 . suba ┐ sámaighthi shir-codulta the pleasure and peace of sleep, MR 168.z (n p. ? part. of *sámaigid ?). sithbarr ar sīthaide (= síthaigthe) | samríg ar samaight[h]i, ZCP viii 205.11 (could also be vn. of samaigid).

1 San

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n (Romance loan-word) Saint (as prefix): s.¤ for sanct, P.O'C. sang-Barbura, Maund. 46 . s.¤-Caitilín, 48 . s.¤ Doiminic, Dán Dé iv 7 . fo dítin Dé ┐ sin Frónséis, ZCP viii 111.25 . a n-aibit s.¤ Fronses, Marco P. 1 . d'ord s.¤ Phroinsias, Parrth. Anma 282.8 . re S.¤ Mairghréag, DDána 32.4 . S.¤ Séam, TSh. 9664 , DDána 34.34 . ag San-Tomás ó Acuin, a Sráid Sain- Seum, Donl. ii 14 . mergi Sin Seoirsi, ZCP vi 51.21 . luigim fa sin Dinis, Fier. 10 . See sanct, sint.

? 2 san

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ind s.¤ .i. rifriget, Corm. Y 1137 = ríi frigrit, Corm. 40 .

sana

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x see sona.

sanais(e)

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n In phr. gas(án) s.¤ , some plant from which armed warriors could be formed by magic: docuridar gass sanais doib. Uair na fetatar cid dia n-epar gas sanais (.i. a shíanas) tiagait for culu co Echaid, RC xxxi 10.9 (`a sprig of sanicle ?' Stokes). clocha ┐ bolca belcheo ┐ gasana sanais, RC xxiii 416.14 . do cuireadh éadhaime na ngasán sonuis ionnta, CF Eg. 336 . dealbobhmaid-ne sluag draidheachta . . . do na geo- sadanaibh sanaisi ┐ do barr bhilair, CF 111 . do-dhénamaois catha cródha . . . dona gasánnuibh siubhlacha sanaise ┐ dona bolgánaibh . . . béalcheo, Comp. Con C. 73.z . cor dealbatar cathbuidhne commóra do sluagaib . . . do gasánaibh siublacha sanaisi ┐ do bolgánaibh bélceo, 80.y . sáebsluaigh siubhlacha sedán (sanuisi, v.l.), 89.13 . do-dhénum fir fo n-armghaisgeadh dona gasánuibh siubhlacha sanuisi ┐ do dhuille na ccrann ┐ d'fhér na fiodhbhaidhi, Cath MT 47 .

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Forms: sanas, sanais

n ā,f. n s. freq. also -ais. sanas o,m. (g s. and n p. -ais, -asa), IGT Decl. § 38 (87.20) . sanais f., § 150 . s.¤ .i. sain-fis, Corm. Y 1133 . s.¤ .i. sainfhios .i. fios sainigthe dearscaighthe. s.¤ .i. cogar, O'Cl. ? sainis gl. contionem, CMCS xv 12 n. 50 (Vatican, MS Regin. lat. 296, fo. 15a2) .

(a) whisper, act of whispering, private communication : is airdarcu dúin s.¤ ná da neoch aile éigem a whisper is clearer to us than is a shout to another man, MU² 280 . bā sanais fri bodar `whispering to the deaf' (a hopeless task), Aisl. MC 71.23 . descaid braith sanuis a whisper is a sign of treachery, Anecd. iii 15.21 . fri Chríst carsait sanais they loved private communion with C., Fél. Mar. 15 . do-chluin sé na sanasa, IGT Decl. ex. 1017 .

(b) privacy, secrecy : aisnēis i táu .i. i sanuis in secret, Corm. Y 1204 . is i sanasaib ferthair (rhet.), TBC² 1064 . atbér-sa frit-sa . . . i sanais in ní imráidim in private, secretly, PH 1769 . ar se fáthaib . . . gabar in pater i sanais, 7995 . cech comairli derrit bis eter na cairdib, is a sanais is coir a dénum, 8004 . fer bes dech dib is oen i sanais la rí Caisil becomes the confidant of (?), Ir. Texts i 20.4 . triar dia rig hi sanais la ri Caisil, 9 . ma mna taiti a sanais secretly, Laws i 190.28 Comm . is techta athchor (sic leg.) mac sula ┐ sanaisi children not acknowledged by their father (?), iii 542.8 Comm . rop slúagach i ndálaib, rop úathad i sanasaib `in secret councils', Tec. Corm. 6.36 . do shlan uaim a Athsa toir | ac nar suaill m'ághsa an alloin | ni guth ort a sanus soin | olc do gabhus ré Galluib the secret of it (?), Ir. Texts ii 10 § 2 .

(c) (secret) advice, counsel: sanais int Shatain do chéin | dorad síl Adhaim i péin, | sanais Isu dosucc as, Ériu ix 67 . togbail sanaisi .i. na flatha dó revealing the chief's counsel (plan?), O'C. 1023 ( H. 3.18, 431b ), see Thurn. ZCP xvi 407 . fer comairli ┐ sanais, RC xliii 60.7 . fer sanais (sic), TBC² 972 (rhet.) = LU 5447 . ? mac sanaisi .i. mac in fir graidh, O'C. 2290 ( Eg. 88, 21d ). ? na tiag do eipirt sanaise i tau, LL 330e8 = ni thiag tu do epirt sanaisi in tsanais bermaisin me . . ., ZCP xiii 340.13 = dobert sanaise, viii 329.26 . ó shúdh shainnsi, IGT Decl. ex. 1994 .

(d) in bad sense bad advice, instigation : `mé dorad' ar deman dub | `sanus d'Iudas', Ériu iv 114 § 13 . s.¤ nemhe na námod `the venomous whisper of rivals', 212 § 3 . tri sanasa saeba noem n-Erenn the three crooked counsels (i.e. the cutting short of Ciarán's life, the banishment of Colum C., the expulsion of Mochuda from Rathen), Fél. 204.12 , cf. Trip. 556.4 . teora saobha sanasa (of the same), BNnÉ 302 § 9 . an tan do bheir an diabhal sanais do dhuine, O'Hussey TC 179.10 . ōs iad nach trēicfedh sinn amail do-rinne Maicniadh ar sechnai-ne le sanasuib Saidhbhi, ML² 1556 .

(e) in name of Cormac's Glossary, Sanas Chormaic. Cf. in suo silentio Cormaccus de hóc nomine disputando possuit, RC xv 278.13 . triath .i. rí . . . ut est in (sic leg.) silentio, O'C. 120 ( H. 3.18, 74a ).

(f) the Annunciation : tic sanais da Muiri mhōir, Arch. iii 244 § 11 . ria feil Muiri na sainse, ZCP iii 226.15 . mór an ní as fhiu an éanshanuis, Aithd. D. 60.21 . maighdean dá dtugadh sanais sin, PBocht 2.14 . tosach sídh s.¤ Gaibriail, A. Ó Dálaigh i 1 . isin tshollamuin so na sanuissi coimhdeta, Smaointe B. Chr. 327 . sanais iar ccáiscc ┐ deasgabhail i n-earrach, FM v 1662. 17 . go tempall Muire na sanuissi, Fl. Earls 208.y . Muire . . . mar do gab toirches ó shanais Gaibrieil, Maund. 116 .

Compd. truagh mo sanuslaidh `my secret song', Buile S. 96.1 . Cf. sanglaoidh .i. láoidh no roinn do nithear a sanais no go mín: truagh mo sangláoidh .i. as truagh an laoidh do ním a sanais no go mín, O'Cl.

sanasach

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adj o, ā (sanas) As subst. a learned man (?): in sanusach Ātha Blāir, ZCP ix 456 § 50 .

sanasaeg

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sanasán

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n o,m. (sanas) etymology, derivation : ní thigid mínigh- theóiridhe . . . le chéile timcheall sanasáin nó bunadhais an fhocail so, Eochairsg. 33.16 . gurab ionann `Scitia', do réir sanasáin na Gaedhilge, ┐ talamh na sceach `according to Gaelic etymology', Keat. i 234.39 . don seachtmhadh leabhar do Leabhraibh na S.¤ , TSh. 384 (the Libri Etymologiarum of Isidore). Focloir no Sanasan Nua in a mínighthear cáil eigin dfoclaibh cruaidhe na gaoidheilge, O'Cl. (title-page). Of Sanas Cormaic : sanasán saltrach Cormaic Laud Misc. 610 fo. 86r (marg. inf.) . ? Sanasán RC iv 354 . Note also: as sanasánaibh na heagluise `decisions of the church', Donl. xxiii 11 .