[Ir. so-us, so-as, so-fiuss, good knowledge].
Learning acquired by legitimate means as opposed to sorcery or the occult art of manticism or divination. Among Christian scribes, sous might denote scientific inquiry, any skill trained in practice, and Christian learning, not excluding Christian revelation. It is the antonym of díchetal do chennaib, imbas forosnai, and teinm laída. See also KNOWLEDGE.