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súarca(e) n iā,f. (súairc) cheerfulness, pleasantness : fria sáire ┐
85s. ¤ ┐ sercaige, LL 231a37 ( TTr. 1033 ). Iarla ba lór a shuarca |
do cuiredh na caomchu[arta] (a drinking cup), Acall. 149 .
leandan ban ┐ inghen ar shuarca ┐ ar shibhenradh `mirthful-
ness
', FM v 1638.1 . As gramm. abstr. of súairc: gach banchuire
. . . | dá suarca, Hackett xl 258 .

súarcus n u and o,[m.] (súairc) cheerfulness, gaiety, pleasantness :
5 trí seithir sotcaid: sognas, sochell, s. ¤ `mirth', Triads 210 . ar a
fhirshuarcus, IT iii 92 § 134 . U. . . ., cenn suarcais Erenn, AU
ii 546.17 = suarcusa `gaiety', FM iii 656.1 ( Ann. Conn. 1372.5 ).
a bhrúid gan tsuairceas thou surly brute, Keat. Poems 1389 .
With suirge: eochair suirge s. ¤ , ZCP vi 270 § 9 . búaid . . . surgi
10┐ súarcusa . . . fair skilled in love and courtship (?), LL 231a14
( TTr. 1017 , cf. TTr.² 474 ). Cf. rothocaib . . . Venir a cruth ┐
a delb ┐ a suarcus for aird, LL 401a30 (= TTr.² 369 ). suirgi
.i. suarcus, O'C. 1178 ( H. 3.18, 468 ). As vn.: do ghab ag
suarcus uirthi . . . ┐ adubairt ria — ag sin sed suirghi agam
15dhuit began to pay mocking court to her (the `séd suirgi' being
her husband's head), Celt. Rev. iv 24.6 . do gab ag suarcus ar
F. `made himself pleasant to F.', ii 302.9 . As gramm. abstr. of
súairc: is lor a ainius ┐ a shuarcus conriadhad a heich imon
carbad, TBC p. 235 n. 10 .

20 ? suarim ind(2 so+áirem?): la mac fuirmid mōin sōer setrotha
senamain s. ¤ co fathaib feith, O'Mulc. 537 .

súarrach, súairrech adj o, ā (cf. suar?). Also súarach, súairech.
bean shúaireach, IGT Decl. § 137 . petty, mean, contemptible,
insignificant : níor lean . . . | acht an riadh saobh nó suarach
25`the foolish, despicable course' (the body compared to a steed),
Aithd. D. 91.5 . gurab suarach an réasún-so chuireas B. síos
`trifling', Keat. ii 939 . ciodh suarrach ar fhéachain an lot
do-ní though in appearance it does little damage, TSh. 10452 .
do chromfadh ag tógbháil snáthaide nó seóide suarraighe oile,
30 10638 . an saóiltíse gur ní súarrach bheith a gcleamhnus rígh?
`a light thing', 1 Sam. xviii 23 . Of persons: asam suairreach,
seachránach, Buile S. 76.19 . atáim . . . go suarrach, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 133.12 . na bi-si súarach uime do not be mean-spirited
towards him
, St. Ercuil 2073 . bheith go suarrach fá sláinte
35 ungenerous (i.e. neglectful), Mac Aingil 411.14 . ? cen cop
soichlech tidnacail, cen cop suarrach tobarta, Hib. Min. 65.12
(where s. ¤ does not suit the context. ? leg. suarcach).
Compar. gidh suarraidhe ina mar (sic leg.) so | do shen
(= shén) at esbul Isso more contemptible even than this, Irish
40Texts ii 79 § 7 .

súartlech xsee súaitrech.

súartletu xsee súaitrech.

súas adv. up, upwards (implying motion). Archaic soos, Wb.
20a8 (a prima manu). Lenited form perh. fuas, Four Songs
45 10 § 8 . ZCP i 105.9 (see O'Brien, Ériu xii 236 ).
I Of place. (a) soos gl. sursum, Wb. 20a8 . a cumgabal suas
dochum ṅdæ `the raising of them up to God', Ml. 138a2 . ni
tiagat saidai sech satuirn suas, BCr. 18c3 . comscuchud suas
ar ómun inna sín, 33b14 . is ed tūargaib a fheba | sūas de sech
50treba dóine (of Patrick), Hy. ii 24 ( Thes. ii 314 ). s. ¤ gl. procliui-
tatis, KZ xxix 373.11 . ro togaib a lamu suas docum a Tigerna,
Laws i 6.9 . a dublad sin do gach gradh ó thsin suas go rí
tuath (of ascending social grades), iv 226.14 . co tócband inna
anmand s. ¤ , LU 2118 ( FA 18 ). tanócaib s. ¤ la sodain in cuach,
55 LU 8983 ( FB 74 ). tosnúargaib s. ¤ . . . isin n-aer rises up into the air,
LU 9102 ( FB 85 ). la eirgi s. ¤ co opund, LU 8381 ( FB 25 ). at-racht
sūas, Sc.M² 4 . comérget s. ¤ , BDD² 1395 . nis arlaic sech ard
a glúne s. ¤ , TBC 901 . co r-chuir-sium na mairb beoa as suas,
PH 37 . in ordu as a chinn suas `the thumb extended over it' (of
60the fist as a measure of length. Etymol. gloss), Laws ii 240.2
Comm . tri traigthe a n-airde in muir .i. suass, iv 112.5 , 24
Comm . mór gach tene a tigh Í Th. | fir reme go slesaibh s. ¤
up to the walls, IGT Decl. ex. 242 . go dtógbhann an bás . . .
a sheólta suas, TSh. 2389 . ? D. . . . | bang s. ¤ do cuir ara
65cinedh | an duas cruid nar dliged de, Irish Texts ii 43 § 26 . In
exhortation, encouragement: bíodh do chroidhe s. ¤ mur soin
lift up your heart, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 132.51 . suas leat, a cheinn-
bhile cháigh, 151.31 . suas led mheanmuin, a mhacaoimh, 28 .
Cf. ní thógbhuim suas mo mheanma ar son n-aoinneith (said
70by Humility), Desid. 2964 .
(b) With sís: sís fucertar cech ingor suas fuscerdamni, Wb.
34a2 . bertair s. ¤ co firmimint cach ra n-úair. Telciter sís . . . in
n-uair aile, LU 2203 ( FA 28 ). a chosa suas ┐ a chend sís, PH
1238 . leth bis sis de do cur suas de .i. olc bís a brat, Laws i
75300.18 Comm . na huili giall uili ó tha geill in airech tuisi suas
. . . na huili geill othá geill in airech tuisi sis, ii 118.1 , 3 Comm .
(c) Of ascending to heaven: S. . . . | ruc s. ¤ saithe snámach,
Fél. Aug. 6 . cechaing s. ¤ . . . | slóg dermar de rígaib, Oct. 9 .
tresngata na huile dúile suas coricci riched `up to heaven',
80 Mon. Tall. 85 (162.38) . ? seacht cumat deg . . . | ag nim suas
im gaeth ngairigh (height of Nimrod's tower), Auraic. 290 . is
baoghal dham seachrán suas that I will go astray on the journey
to heaven
(?), Dán Dé vi 1a . maith do chaithfinn | congnamh
liom fam leigin suas, DDána 26.32 . Peadar is é ar seolchrann
85suas on the voyage up to heaven, 34.30 . ? dod ghaol suas beatha
gan bhás (to Mary), 19.5 . an saoghal suas heaven, PBocht 7.29 .
(d) Of coming out of a river: issa tír s. ¤ , TBFr. 236 . dochuaid
. . . as in sruth suas for tír, PH 4736 . do sgoilt giolla gég don
ghiús | do bhrég liús na Sionna s. ¤ , IGT Decl. ex. 1052 .
(e) Of direction, points of the compass (see túas): ro crechsat
5Brefini uli dar Athliac suas, Cog. 108.6 `north of A.', cxli n. 4 .
dénam suas is a' m-Bac m-bind, Hy Fiachr. 232.1 `to the south',
note. fada s. ¤ fa bhrúach mBeirbhe, IGT Decl. ex. 1373 .
cuiris A. na Goill sin i mbraighdenus tar Lathaigh suas, FM
iii 244.9 . scríobh . . . litreacha d'ionnsuidhe mo dhearbhráthar-
10si suas don mBréifne (speaker is in Fermanagh), Maguires of
F. 34.1 .
II (a) back (in genealogy, time, etc.): cuig riga fiche . . . | re
n-aiream suas co saerN., MacCarthy 316 § 6 ( BB 14a5 ). da
bliadain .xl. ┐ .ix. c. o Abraham co dilind suas, BB 23a33 . trí
15fichid rí is dá rígh dhéag | suas ó Niall, TD 7.48 . téid an sion-
nach suas ó shoin `back beyond that' (in stating his age), Content.
xi 8 . i n-aghaidh Néill | . . . | gá raibhe a dtáinig roimhe |
suas isin réim ríoghraidhe before him (in time), xvi 186 . Of
words in a list: inann ghabaid acht o ulaidh suas save `ula' and
20those preceding it
, IGT Decl. § 4 .
(b) forward, on (in time): ó medón láe s. ¤ co nóin, Maund.
246 . Usually in ó sin (so) s. ¤ from then (now) on, henceforth: ó
sein suas, DDána 35.14 . feadh a saoghail ó sin suas, PBocht
11A.29 . ó shoin s. ¤ , SG 6.3 . ō sin suas, Fl. Earls 112.7 . biad
25. . . soitheagoisg ó so suas, Desid. 4511 . ó so s. ¤ , BNnÉ 267
§ 236.
III With verbs in various idioms (see also O'Rahilly,
Gadelica 65 ). atá s. ¤ is alive, exists : ní fhuil dá mac samhla
suas | acht slat do chnuas abhla ór [fhás] `exists', Dán Dé
30 xxix 13 . an bhfuil . . . | suas don ghasraidh . . . | óg ná arsaidh
ar admháil alive, L. Cl. A. Buidhe 268.7 . má do chíthí . . .|
bhar n-anáir suas `standing secure', Content. xxix 9 . borraid
s. ¤ emerges, bursts forth: o'n gceud am ar thosuigheadar droch-
chlaonta a ngeineamhna air bhorradh suas, Donl. xviii 13 .
35 congbáil s. ¤ support, sustain (life): an mhéid as riachtanas do
chum a chongmhála suas = para su vida, Desid. 1210 . cuirid
s. ¤ de gives up, renounces, repudiates : cuirim suas dod muinter-
das | a Finn cid maith do fregrad-sa, SG 262.15 . ni chuirfeadh
Dia suas do (leg. de?) má dheinn an aithríghe God would not
40give him up
, ZCP iv 452.5 . as uime so do chuirmid-ne suas
don eagluis Romhanaigh, Luc. Fid. 184.19 . d'ar chuir sé suas
de cheann na heagluise tré formad ┐ ainmhian, Eochairsg.
22.4 . Note also: do chuir se srang suas `fitted a string to his
bow
', St. Ercuil 2277 . Néro chuir lé lasadh suas í an Róimh
45 who set fire to Rome, Keat. Poems 290 . dobeir s. ¤ brings up,
rears : tabhairther suas iad a léighionn ┐ a ccrábhadh, Mac
Aingil 432.7 . tugadh suas i bhfoghluim, Keat. ii 199 . C. . . .
tugadh suas ar dhéirc in a sgoláire, Eochairsg. 22.8 . Note
also: do chuaidh . . . ar an bhfásach do thabhairt bheatha
50dithreabhaigh suas to live the life of a hermit, 89.12 . súil do
thabhairt suas air thrócaire an Tighearna to hope for, Donl.
xi 20 . do-gní s. ¤ makes up, puts together, compiles : déanamh
nuimhre suas mar sin | ní ceisd é d'fhior a n-áirimh `to make
up the number
', Content. v 124 . as do thri neithibh do nithear
55suas an aondacht-so, Luc. Fid. 376.3 . ris an teagasg do rin-
neadh suas an aoin-teangaidh amháin was compiled, Donl.
v 22 . do-léici s. ¤ : tailcid na gillu suas release the boys, LL
279a32 . druidid s. ¤ : créad do bheir ort gan drud suas why do
you not draw up
(to the fire), TD 22.18 . druididh suas draw
60near
, Keat. Poems 633 . dul s. ¤ ó avoid, evade : dul suas on
cconsboid ata do lathair (method of a shifty opponent in
argument), Luc. Fid. 315.20 . techt s. ¤ : foighéanuid duit
dochum teachta suas eidir bhráithribh an toighe to live, Desid.
6990 . tócbaid s. ¤ : cí bé air bith comhluadar . . . do thógas suas
65sinn `employs us', Donl. 400.12 .
? As prep. (cf. úas) in: ro-tarb suas daumha ┐ dam conchaid
(sic leg.), Laws iv 100.25 Comm . (see Thurn., ZCP xv 341 ).
Compds. ? ¤ bog: do miciallad e do briathraibh serba
suasboga, ZCP x 307.16 . ¤ déicsid lit. one who looks up:
70 antropus (= Gk. ἄνθρωπος) .i. suas-deicsid (see note), O'Mulc. 86 .
¤ maél: óenfher eturru, súasmáel dubrintach fair, MU² 688 ,
`close-cropped head', Gloss. Cf. súasmháel .i. folt . . . súas,
H. 3.18, 607bz (cf. túathmaél s.v. 2 túath-?). ¤ tócbáil:
beraidh do bhean mac duit . . . ┐ biaidh subachus ┐ suas-
75togbail mor agudsu de exaltation (?), Lib. Flav. ii 4a24 .