1 sód, soad

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Forms: sógh, sóigh, sógha

n (-á-?) o, m. (so+sáith, Thurn., ZCP xi 212 ) sógh (ón digh) m. g s. sóigh, sógha, IGT Decl. § 38 .

(a) sufficiency, plentiful refection : do frithoiled iad do rogha gacha sōidh, Fianaig. 56.5 . socothach .i. sothbiadach .i. soaidh do biad do fagbail ar conair, Laws i 42.4 Comm . is tre ḟīr flathemon . . . sāme, soad, sothocad, ZCP xi 81 § 13 . is mairg do lesaigh lé hiomad sóigh an corpan sin, RC xxiii 10.14 . co tech h-I Chuind . . . teit O Dubda . . . ar sod irgaili d'fadbáil entertainment extracted by force of arms (?) (see note), Hy Fiach. 208.8 . cidh sámh leis an sódh do-gheibh sna tighthibh ósda, TSh. 3605 . mar a bfaghaim sógha rósta is fíonta, O'Gr. Cat. 593.y . gach sórt d'ar chóir dol do líonadh chláir | níor shógh sin dom dhóighse gan snaoisín d'fagháil, 605.15 . topar sóidh ┐ saidhbresa Muman `the fountain of the prosperity and affluence of Munster', AFM v 1266.10 . ?madh fer dotghné soaith for a ferdaib, madh ben dotghné soaith for a bandaib, ZCP vi 258.17 . Fig. is tu sod (no sasad) na mbeo ┐ betha na marb, LB 225a27 .

(b) well-being, comfort, ease; pleasure, luxury : Cristan sodh (.i. soirbhe dia cholainn) ro sechain | ar bethaid co mbuaine `C. who shunned ease for sake of lasting life', Gorm. June 12 . iat-som fo brón bethad cé | cen s.¤ is cen sóinmige, Metr. Dinds. iv 284.8 . is e . . . tuc sogh ┐ sith a Clainn-Cuile[i]n, AU iii 104.16 . cret in sodh sin ort `why are you in such good spirits?' Tromd. Guaire 842 . teirce sóidh, aoibhnis, Desid. p. 14 n . tréidheanas . . . do dhéanamh ó gach sódh ┐ ó gach sáimhrighe shaoghalta oile, TSh. 8278 . fulang annróidh adhbhar soidh, Irish Texts ii 25.1 . aithne ṡóidh is anṡóidh dh'fir, IGT Decl. ex. 1185 . sódh ar a dtaisdil mo throigh | ba mór n-aisdir dom anmoin the luxury along which my foot travelled was a difficult journey for my soul, Dán Dé xxv 39 . guidhim an mór-sheisear mór | fam thabhairt, a Dhé, ar dheaghshódh, xxv 53 . sógh na sochraide neamhdha, DDána 37.3 .

(c) what is sufficient to effect something, a cause : sódh doimheanma an deleaghadh the separation is a cause of gloom, Measgra D. 16.36 . sódh fuilngthe gacha fuarghaoil a supporter of every disaffected kinsman, 26.62 . sódh mímheanma do mhúchadh `pleasure which quenches discontent', Ériu ix 167 § 42 . Mac Conmara . . . sódh a rainn ┐ a charad do chothucchadh, AFM v 1650.1 . sódh éolchuire a n-iomarbháigh `wearying was their contention', TD 15.20 . sódh feithmhe na bhfear ngrádha, DDána 7.34 . sódh céille do chlaochládh d'fhior, Aithd. D. 3.4 .