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1 súasán n(súas?) shout, hunting-cry : tocbhais C. a shuasán
sealga ┐ fiadhuigh . . . ós aird, Acall. 907 . is ann itcualatar in
suasan selga ┐ fiadaigh, 3977 .

2 súasán ind(see súas compds.) ? ma tabhair uirruim do mac
5duine uasail |tóig dó shuasán ┐ do shróin, 23 I 1, 108.18 . In
nickname: Tadhcc an tSuasáin mac D. `Hairy T.', FM v
1574.16 . Cf. suasán `the hair of the head', O'R.

súasánach adj o, ā (2 súasán) hairy: M. ruadh mac S. mic . . .
Flaind, mic Gilli shuasanaig, Hy Maine 30.4 .

10 súata, súaite io, iā part. of súaithid. (a) kneaded, mixed : do
cria[i]dh tsuaiti ┐ do bidmain, Auraic. 2438 . srubhán úr . . .
drochshuaite badly kneaded, PCT 496 . an tiarann cumaisc[th]e
lé críaidh shuáite `miry clay', Dan. ii 41 . coma suaiti achaidi
slebe M. churned up, trampled , TTebe 1555 . srotha . . . [sírthe
15sinte suaiti] turbid, Lism. L. 3659 . Cf. BNnÉ 99 § 12 . mo
chlí n-a chuailbhrisc shuaithte like a bundle of trampled sticks,
Hackett xix 8 .
(b) Of leather softened, made supple : inar . . . is é súata
srebnaide is é úagthe osslethar, LU 6386 . a dóndúathróic
20ndondlethair ndegsúata, 6422 . inar suairc suata . . . do
croicnib ferb, CCath. 4674 . curcha . . . do denam dona degbol-
gaib degsuaite dobid ag imochur ure acu well-softened, Ériu
viii 8.x . leathar suaiti scingedórach `kneaded (i.e. well suppled)',
SG 36.1 .
25(c) Extended meanings: ridiri . . . ┐ ech seng, salach, suaiti
fái exhausted, ZCP vi 279.9 . mo cheann-sa suaithte | ar eagala
m'fheannta my head all confused, v 231.1 (Midn. Court). 'na
léice suadhte, Dánfhocail 41 .

súathad u m. vn. of súaithid. súathadh, IGT Decl. § 48 .
30(a) act of kneading, mixing : sacaird seanoir ac suathadh, IT
iii 85 § 83 (`beim Brotkneten', Bruchst. i 37 § 88 . foirind ic
suathad aeil `mixing lime', Aen. 305 . dentar a suathad co
maith tri lemhnacht mix them well with new milk (eggs), Rosa
Ang. 102.8 . do thiomsuigh an gcriaidh gcéadna, ┐ do ghabh
35agá suathadh, TSh. 317 . moirtéul gan tsúathadh, Ezek. xiii
10 . an táois do shúathadh, Hos. vii 4 . crand suati na braisce
`mixing-stick', Fél.² c 25 = Lism. L. 302.18 . ni racha mac
meic in túata | lat gan a creit súata súas, IGT Decl. ex. 1288
= Verbs ex. 371 . Of leather act of softening, making supple :
40 da asan . . . do croicnib leoman arna lansuathadh, CCath.
4666. 5314 . Note also: ag suathadh a lúthach ┐ a gcuisleann
massaging their muscles and sinews (of warriors), Keat. ii
5119 .
(b) Various: gur bo lanbog . . . gach inad re suathadh . . . na
45miled trampling, MR 256.16 . dentur an taor (= t-aer) dfuar-
adh le huisgi aca suathad `violently shaken', Rosa Ang. 100.9 .
fa siocair chum suain damh suathadh seanma an laoigh the
beat of the music
(?), Hackett xlix 8 . slán na bhfear fád chneas
do shuathadh (Ireland described as a harlot), Keat. Poems
50 1396 .

súathaid xsee súaithid.

súathfadach n ā,[f.] (súaithid) kneading, trampling : risin suath-
fadaig ┐ risin sloetradaig dariṅgsetar na da curaid (i.e. in
combat), TBC 3820 (suaitfeadach, v.l.).

55 súatracht n ā,f. (súaitrech) military service, soldiering : gach tres
cuilén re s. ¤ `every third whelp for training (?)' (a tribute), Duan.
Finn i 59 § 27 .

sub n[orig. n.?] n. pl. subi, Thes. ii 46.9 . subai, ZCP xiii 278 § 9 .
Later ā,f. subh f., IGT Decl. § 39 (91.10) . Cf. Suibh fhína
60(woman's name), § 155 . Also spelt sug, sum.
(a) (wild) strawberry: subi gl. fraga, Thes. ii 46.9 . subai
`Erdbeeren', ZCP xiii 278 § 9 . logg di shubuip `a dish of straw-
berries
', K. and H. 21 . tuc airgib s. ¤ ar sibnib `Erdbeerfrucht
auf Binsen
', Bruchst. 69 § 161 . na cna ┐ na subha, O'D. 441
65( H. 3.17, 339 ). suba a sléib Bairche, SG 364.32 ( LL 297a40 ).
sithal . . . a sil sugh subh into which drips the juice of berries,
Acall. 782 . Belltaine | do-beir bláth sugh a sughdhosaib, IGT
Decl. ex. 342 (sumh, subh, v.ll.). subha cumhra chuain Doire,
TD 17.36 . sumha ┐ caera, Tromd. Guaire 556 . mu shaith do
70shumhuibh derga, 528 .
With qual. gs. talman: s. ¤ talman `Erdbeere', RC ix 233 .
franginaria (= fragaria) .i. lus na subh (sugh, MS.) talman,
Arch. i 329 § 105 .
(b) s. ¤ craéb raspberry: sumu cruoeb, ZCP xiii 276 § 7 . subha
75craobh, Buile S. 116.19 . nī subh crāeb corp in duini (in poem
on vileness of body), Arch. iii 238 § 5 ( Aithd. D. 80 ).
(c) In bardic verse in descr. of cheeks and mouth: deirge
iná subh | snuadh do leacan, DDána 114.18 . dath na suibhe
ar a grúadh geal | níor gabh uile snúadh na subh, IGT Decl.
80ex. 1106 . a gruaidh 's a gné mar dhearg-shuibh, A. Ó Dálaigh
xiii 5 . foiligh fós an béal mar shuibh, Dánta Gr. 16.93 . an
béal go snuadh subh, DDána 8.8 . gruaidh . . . ar lí na subh,
L. Cl. A. Buidhe 193.90 .
(d) Of persons: Mac Seaáin, subh da sgathaibh, L. Cl. A.
85Buidhe 181.41 . a shubh chraobh ó chathraigh Bhreagh, TD
15.3 . a ṡubh abaigh fhíneamhna `thou ripe fruit of the vine',
21.39 . a shubh craebh dar fidhbhaidh fen (Mary), Irish Texts
ii 77 § 5 . a shubh chorr chraobh, PBocht 2.7 . mh'oirbhe
[shubh] (shugh, MS.) `my berry-laden hedge (?)', Aithd. D. 1.18 .
In n. loc.: in Abhainn Insi na subh, FM ii 1130.z (see note).
5Compds. ¤ dos berried shrub : Belltaine | do-beir bláth sugh
a sughdhosaib, IGT Decl. ex. 342 . ¤ lus = prec.: a ucht mar
bhláth . . . subhlosa, DDána 114.32 .