Search Results

Your search returned 1 results.

soláthar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. soláthar or dil.ie/38415

n o,m. (? 2 so+láthar) act of gathering, collecting, pro- curing, providing : méit éigin fiadhan da muintir fein . . . do tsolathar to collect a number of witnesses from his own retainers, O'D. 1958 - 9 ( Eg. 90, 7(8)b ). ag solathar a litreach d'fhuas- lughudh ar espucoid Daire `making a collection to redeem (from the merchants who had advanced the annates) the papal briefs appointing him to Derry', AU iii 304.16 . ag s.¤ na séad . . . saoghalta, TSh. 10613 . neithe do sh.¤ dá oighre, 4609 . níor luigh ar leith a mháthar | do-ní seacha s.¤ he went not into his mother's territory, he provided for himself outside it, DDána 96.29 . atá d'fhiachaibh air an bhfear s.¤ do dheunamh d'á theaghlach, Donl. 350.6 . ar mbeith dúinn ag s.¤ dheagh- neitheann, 2 Cor. viii 21 . ó chuaidh a lúith ┐ a lámhach ┐ a shalāthar féin as power of providing for itself (of a bird en- feebled by age), Celt. Rev. x 142.29 . Of collecting literary materials: fer . . . deghsolathair `an industrious man', AU iii 476.22 . le sgriobhad agus le s.¤ gach neithe dar bhean le naomhuibh Eirenn, MS Mat. 551.35 . Bolg an tSoláthair Miscellany, Flower Cat. 395.15 . Of the thing acquired: Corcumruadh cona cíos . . . a sholathar ferainn i ttiribh tuadhmumhan ┐ a beathaighthe ecclaisi maille fris `its acquirements in land', FM v 1600.y .