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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 .

? sub n(with unlen. -b?): aga ó Eochaill fuaras fáirdeal | go raibh
Nodlaig | ┐ bainnse san mbrugh bhfionnso | s. ¤ chum sodair
10(`charm to set me trotting'), Ó Bruad. ii 56.12 . súgra s. ¤ i súsa,
70.15 . ` excitement ', Gloss. Perh. same wd. as prec.

? suba: ind s. ¤ .i. fuil, LU p. 50 marg. sup.

subach adj o, ā (subae) cheerful, merry, happy : issa síd sóer s. ¤
`happy', Fél. Apr. 2 . ainm s. ¤ , Apr. 10 (cheville). rod dúsci
15suan slán s. ¤ , LU 3593 ( SC 30 ). gur'bhat subaigh sobrónaigh
uili iat, Acall. 2303 . nirdar subaig sámaig . . . acht rapsat
dubaig, TBC 3242 . fa subhaig a senóraigh, Ériu iv 116 § 24 .
indus co mba s. ¤ forbailid do in cech dú, PH 4293 . subaig
imorro do'n fhirínde = in ueritate respirans (of the charitable),
20 5926 . in tan fa s. ¤ somenmnach sinn, Fianaig. 58.24 . cluicheda
suarca subacha (funeral games), TTebe 2183 . cid at sēg[d]a
seang s. ¤ (to the body), ZCP vi 265 § 25 . ann sin ro ba s. ¤ sinn,
SG 108.22 . dá leacain shubhaigh, Studies 1921, 418.7 . dreach
shubhach, DDána 109.24 . subhach suilbir, St. Ercuil 676 .
25 ócc, saor, s. ¤ `jolly' (laetificantia), Rosa Ang. 130.18 . beith s. ¤
no failid gairechtach, 332.14 . co subhach furbhfhailidh i
ngach aen-ni, Smaointe B. Chr. 1562 . do bhádur subhach
aige, Gen. xliii 34 .
Adv. co s. ¤ ┐ co forbáelid, LU 2241 ( FA 31 ). co s. ¤ somenm-
30nach, PH 76 . tic . . . amach | . . . go s. ¤ `merrily', Ériu iv 118
§ 33 . déanadh go subhach síol Ádhaimh let A.'s race be joyful,
DDána 17.1 .
As subst.: girbho chomraicthi da sh. ¤ . . . ra pa (da) scarthain
da n-dubach . . . a scarthain an encounter of two happy men,
35 TBC 3713 . ? tor m-Bregoin assaide in s. ¤ | forsa suided (sic
leg.) `his delightful seat', Todd Nenn. 240.1 ( LL 134a25 ).
See also s.v. súcach.

subachus n o,m. (subach) cheerfulness, gladness, joy, mirth :
sobraig a sobria .i. ōn s. ¤ , Corm. Y 1130 . [h]ilaritas .i. s. ¤ ,
40 Auraic. 4215 . subachús gl. [alacrimonia?], Ir. Gl. 301 . su-
bhachus `joy', Eg. Gl. 238 . sobhra .i. subhachas gan meisge,
MacFirbis cited Corm. Tr. 148 . s. ¤ dermáir, PH 4355 . sith ┐
subochus duid a athair, YBL 147b49 . ni bai uair bad cora . . .
s. ¤ inas in uair siu, CCath. 2969 . ar cenn sidhe ┐ subachuis,
45 CS 226.20 . adbar subachais, SG 179.34 . re nuall subochais
int [s]loig sin `the joyous shout', TTebe 1794 . inand s. ¤ ┐ du-
bachus dúin we have the same joys and sorrows, Comp. Con. C.
92.12 . subhac[h]us in duine human joy, Feis TC 611 . tucc
sin subhachus ┐ sobrón mór do Ch. `gave great pleasure and
50contentment to C.
', ITS v 118.7 . fonn ceóil ná subhachais,
TSh. 6362 . áit 'snach fuil anois ionadh subhachais (i.e. hell),
6873 . subhachas gan dobrón, 10993 . a ttigh an tsubhachuis,
Eccles. vii 4 . guth an tsubhachus (sic) `the voice of gladness',
Jerem. vii 34 . maille ré subhachus, Rom. xii 8 . an bhfuil
55subhachas ar euneach? James v 13 . As vn.: ua tri mile lin int
[s]loig sin ac subochus 'ma rig `rejoicing', TTebe 1397 .

subae n io,n. (cf. however LB 226a43 cited below). See Marstran-
der, ZCP xiii 52 . joy, pleasure, happiness, merriment : subha
.i. subhachas, O'Cl. a s. gl. iubelatio, Ml. 146d2 . int suibi gl.
60 iubelationis, 47d2 (see Ériu iii 75 ). isint subu gl. in iuuelatione,
Ml. 67c10 . a rogu ro fer, subai samshíd, ACC 135 ( RC xx 410 ).
coṅgaib as mó sh. ¤ | féil de fhélib Maire `what is greater happi-
ness
', Fél. Apr. 1 . iar lécud cech shubai (cach subai, v.l.),
Apr. 21 . fail ann sid, fail suba slán (of heaven), SR 645 . co
65subu ┐ forbáelti, LU 2100 . is do gein a meic móir adfet nem
fáilte suba (rhetoric), SG 253.x . cona bi sid na subai na cairdi
i cech dú, Anecd. iii 27.2 . co tárcend suba ┐ sogra dond
ardríg amusement (of Conchobar's jester), MU² 693 . falti
indiu ní dam úain | . . . | na síd na suba na sám, IT i 79.55 .
70 do-ronad iar-sin foelti mor ┐ suba dermair, PH 258 . hi
fháilte ┐ subai, 2414 . nembrón ┐ subai dhuit, LB 278b19 . is
córu duit suba ┐ forbáilti, Thr. Hom. 100.17 . sub[a] ┐ so-
menma, TTebe 678 . ua hadhual subha re Tiabanda it was a
great joy to the Thebans
, 3869 . suba . . . re bruinne báis `hila-
75rity
', MR 168.z . go bfuilmíd sunn ar subha, ML² 1976 . ba
liach ua Cathail caín | foben subha síl B. destroys the joy of
the race of B.
, FM i 538.y ( Bruchst. 52 § 114 ). nísta sith na
subha slóigh, FM ii 594.x . g s. as attrib.: derccain suba a ssith-
chailtib `delicious acorns', Ériu vii 2 § 1 .
80In chevilles: slán s. ¤ `perfect gladness', Fél. Jan. 6 . án sube
Dec. 17 . ba seol suba a pleasant course, Anecd. i 57 § 57 .
slechta leis, ba sét suba | da mag déc an easy task, LL 7a10
ba sét subai, 36b26 .
In phr. s. ¤ sliged: bá suba sliged dogénadsum di techt ar
85cend Con Culaind, LU 5966 = ba suib sligi dongeni, TBC²
1499 (leg. as compd.?) = dáig suba sliged dogniu-sa de, TBC
2090 , looked on it as a mere pleasure-trip (?) (of Caur mac Da
Lath going to fight with Cú Chulainn).
As quasi-vn. oc foelti ┐ oc subai moir, LB 226a43 .
? In n. loc.: toret im gáir ṅgubae | cain aindrae Dun Subae,
5 LL 122b47 .