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stuidérach adj o, ā (stuidér) studious, careful, meditative : beth
85sduiderach foighidech ac tairring chaich o n-a seachran =
studiosus, Smaointe B. Chr. 2106 . beith . . . co sduiderach,
ITS xxix 124.20 . go socair stuidéarach `with calm delibera-
tion
' (Gloss.), Desid. 553 . an tsrōn do glanad co sdūidērach
ōna himurcachaib = studiose, RSláinte 1551 . má ní tú so go
. . . fadsduidérach (of meditation), Mac Aingil 29.6 .

5 stuidéraid v(stuidér) studies, meditates, takes pains : sduidērad
a banaltra . . . nach beith a ēdaighi salach let its nurse see that,
RSláinte 551 . a dháine . . . stuiderus do reir fhoghluma
cindus do-ghéntaidhi an meisci, De Contemptu 1592 v.l.
sduider o inntinn imlain techt cum na gloire sin concentrate
10fully on
, Smaointe B. Chr. 5624 . fagh uair chiuin . . . a sdui-
derfair na hughdurais . . . adubhramuir, 6036 . Cf. stuidértha.

stuidértha adj(stuidér) meditative, reflective : déunadh a urnaighthe
go ciúin sduidéurtha, Parrth. Anma 251.2 .

stuidig n(Eng. study) a study : a roibh do leabhraibh i stuidigh
15na Sasanach (at Armagh), Cín Lae Ó Meall. 11.11 . orgáin . .
go n-ilimat leapar . . . sa stuití sin, Fl. Earls 104.16 .

? stuidis ind(cf. stuidér, etc.) s. ¤ gl. lectóri[al]e (sic leg.? See Du
Cange), Ir. Gl. 856 .

stuigen xsee tuigen.

20 stuití xsee stuidig.

stupáilid v(cf. Lat. stupeo, constipo) stupefies; constipates : na
neithe . . . sdupāilius = stupefaciendo, RSláinte 2049 . an uair
caitear na tortha so roim in mbiad stupāilid an brū = ventrem
constipant, 5233 . Vn. stupáil: co sgrisann ēisteacht an cheōil
25dobrōn ┐ sdupāil ōn chraidi = stuporem, 1676 . ac sdupāil,
2058 . Part.: do na daīnib bīs stupāilti . . . nīsa mō nā mur
reagur a leas = constipati, 5085 .

stupar n(Eng. loan-word) stupor : diuic ar a raibh sdupar . . .
gur leigeasudh é ó'n sdupar, O'Don. Gr. 453.25 , 30 .

30 stupóc n ā,f. stalk (usually of cabbage): donithear supoisitoiri
do laeghan sdupoige praisge, 23 P 10³, 12b7 . stupoca praisci
deirgi, Irish Texts v 76.2 . sdupocca praisce, Rosa Ang. 90.21 .
mar dath stupoigi, H. 3.15 cited Rosa Ang. p. 408 . dath
sdopoige uaine, H. 4.16 cited ib.

35 sturgán, sturgánaige xsee storgán, etc.

? sturramail: ind C. go sturramhail sa bhaiginet `boldly presenting
his bayonet
', Ó Bruad. iii 132.5 (stuirmiúil, staramhuil, v.ll.).

1 su- xsee 2 so-.

2 su xsee .

40 súab adjOnly in glossaries, an abstraction from súabais, q.v.:
suabh .i. sobésach, H. 3.18, 51b citing: suab inaithne ambí
intarg, recte suabais ( LL 311b24 cited Arch. iii 144 ). suabh .i.
soibhésach, O'Cl. ` moral, mannerly ', P. O'C.

? súabach: x rí Umaill rí Partraighi | dáib dorónsat mór suabach |
45in tan d'fearsabair riu gleo | ní deachaidh leo co buadach,
SG 37.9 . Cf. subach?

súabais adj[i] (so+bés? Lat. suavis? Both derivv. given by
native glossators) I As adj. gracious, kindly, gentle : suabhais
.i. maith, conáigh, ailghean no mín, O'Cl. suabais .i. sobesach,
50 Lec. Gl. 115 . Sulpic sochla suabais, Fél. Jan. 13 .i. sobésach,
Fél.² xxxi . slúag már martir s. ¤ , Feb. 2 .i. onni is suauis .i.
suaibseach, Fél.² xlv . co slúag s. ¤ `with a gentle host', July 16
.i. cum turba felici martirum suabais .i. sobésach, Fél.² cxiv .
a rí sochlai sóbis (: Farónis), Fél. Ep. 502 (suabais, solas,
55 sóliss, v.ll.). descaid .i. cāid iat ┐ suabais, quia fid (= fit) des
gach suabais, Corm. Y 468 . ba sūi sōbais fri cach sēis, ZCP
iii 23.15 . suabais cech dána `every bold person is cheerful', Tec.
Corm. 15.26 (sobais, subach, suabhaisech, suaibhsioch, v.ll.).
Of days favourable, auspicious : esclae .i. laa n-escomlaithe .i.
60la suabais do imtecht, O'Mulc. 445 (see esclae). luid tria
hecosc . . . a shenathar do Themuir di láu sobais, ZCP viii
311.18 .
II As subst. good behaviour (?): in maith bar suabais-si? RC
v 202 § 24 . Cf. sobhas .i. sobes, ut est slúagh sobas insegur
65comdliged co core do flaith .i. indsaigit slog lais do chuindgidh
a sobesa iar cuma, iar cai coir, O'Dav. 1406 . co ttuccsat
gialla Gall fri suabhais do Ghaoidhelaibh as a guarantee of
good behaviour towards the Irish
(?), FM ii 736.21 = fri sobus
do Gaidhelaib `for their submission to the Irish', AU i 504.9 .
70? cethri maic la Setna sithbacc | suabais n-aithmet i mbid
argg, LL 311b24 (see Arch. iii 144 ).
See sobés, suibsi.

suacaltmiche n iā,f. (2 so+accaldam): i ssuacaltmichi gl. in
suauitate `in affability ', Wb. 15d35 .

75 suaccobair adj i (2 so+accobar) desirable: isnaib nephanmandaib
suaccobraib nó logmaraib gl. pretiosa, Ml. 130a3 . sét soacco-
bair, O'Dav. 276 . Compar. cid inna hí ata beca andsom
issuacbairi[u] indaas cech tír, Ml. 62b10 . As subst.: inna
suaccubri gl. speciosa, 59c7 . Note also: cid in talmain nær-
80suacubuir gl. pulchram, 67c8 .

? suacht: ind linn luaigi do cur i s. ¤ ┐ a fiuchad ┐ iuiliana di cur ann
`cuve', RC xxxiii 320 § 13 . fiuchad intsuachtai, ib.

? súad n danger: suad .i. gabud, Auraic. 5452 .

súad- xsee suí compds.

85 súada n poetic art(s), poetical composition(s) (?): suadha is inscne
is intleacht éigse is ord, Hackett xli 6 . do bhí sé suairc i
suadhaibh sníomhtha, xxxix 157 ( Keat. Poems 789 ). Deriv.
of suí, or abstracted from the phrase brosnacha súad (s.v.
suí)?