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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 .

subaid adj i (subae? compd. of 2 so-?) cheerful, glad, joyous : subaig
a sobrietate , Corm. p. 40 (prob. for subraig = sobrich, Stokes,
Corm. Tr. p. 148 ). ag . . . slan, socurp, s. ¤ `munter', ZCP xiv
351.11 , .i. failidh .i. sodentaid, Laws ii 246.16 Comm . (in
10good fettle
?). ainm s. ¤ , Fél. Apr. 10 v.l. (subach, text). bai dam
ceile soer s. ¤ | Lugaid, Ériu v 210.62 . s. ¤ cach síth suthain,
Arch. iii 230.145 . snāidhsim gach slūadh subaidh (: mbun-
aidh), ZCP x 347 § 15 . be hē fiallach seng s. ¤ `joyous', Fianaig.
10 § 11 (Ed. would read subach). subaith cach n-ōthath `one
15man is always good sport
', 38.8 . roba subaigh somescai[gh]thi
na sloig, St. Ercuil 575 (or pl. of subach?). ? Compar. subaide
óic fria lín warriors would be more delighted (to fight) against a
host
, Fianaig. 38.7 .

subaide adj io, iā = subaid: ar Samson soer s. ¤ (: cumaile), Rawl.
20 72b46 . ? robtar subhaighe an comhairle dia rochtain chuca
`were rejoiced', FM vi 1904.6 (subaid?).

subaige n(-aide) iā,f. (subach, -aid) cheerfulness, pleasure, joy :
iachtadh .i. estecht nó subhaidhe . . . do beir subaidhe ar in
sluag, O'Dav. 1071 (cf. Ériu xiii 35.24 ). sīd s. ¤ sāme, ZCP xi
2581 § 13 . dena subaigi ┐ somenmain, LB 135b13 . dolaidset iar
sin maindi ┐ subaigi cath tar a cend exultation of battle (?), IT
ii2 100.20 (Alex. from BB 495b41 ). atconnairc failte mor ┐
s. ¤ ndermair for B., CCath. 4246 . ni thaimsenann sáimhe ná
subhaighe damsa, Acall. 4156 v.l. díol 'n-a fhorbhais . . . |
30fuair do shubhaighe dhomhnais a dhaighfhine deep joy (? see
notes), DDána 83.12 .

subaigidir v(subae) rejoices (at), is cheerful: sechis subaigidir
ón nepuid hi cumgaib `he exults at not being in narrows', Ml.
122a11 . ro ṡubachsat . . . in mírbuil sin `rejoiced at', RC ii 398
35§ 35 . subaigthius a óenurán `amuses himself', Thes. ii 294.2 .
íarom ba halacht Mugain | slánalt rodá samsubaid a well-
being which soothed and rejoiced her
(?), LU 4300 = samshubaig,
LL 145b32 . subaigit gl. gaudent, Ml. 61c18 . aghait .i. aonaigit
nó subaigit, O'Dav. 77 ( Fél. Sept. 4 , see Fél.² cxl ). ro-shubaid
40Adám focetoir la tidecht na mor-shollsi-sin chucaind, PH
3778 . ro-shubachsat imalle fris na huli uasalathraig, 3779 .
in tan . . . ro-shubaigsim-ne, 3787 . ro-subachsat co mor, 3817 .
Cf. subat(h)ar.
Vn. subugud.

45 subáilcech adj o, ā (subáilc(h)e) (a) virtuous: an bhean shubhail-
ceach, Prov. xii 4 . Adv. a bheatha do thabhairt as go
subháilceach, TSh. 651 .
(b) kind, welcoming. Adv. glacait . . . chuca go ro-onōrach
subhailcech íad `received them kindly and with respect', Fl.
50Earls 36.16 . ru-s-taispein ē fēin go supailceach ilghairdeach
dōib, 38.x .

subáilces n[m.] (subáilc(h)e) kindness, pleasantness : subhailceas
gan dubhailceas, Keat. Poems 758 .

subáilc(h)e n f.Late form of súalaig, q.v. (a) virtue (in moral
55sense): subhailce, Eg. Gl. 565 . óir foirbhtighit na subailce
(soailce, saoilche, v.ll.) 'sna heslanaib, BNnÉ 219.14 . fa mhór
a shubailcedha ┐ a naomthacht, SG 12.8 . ar dhiadhacht . . .
ar stāt saoghalta co n-a uile subhāilcip archena cenmothā sin,
Fl. Earls 186.2 . go mbeanann an diabhal gach subháilce . . .
60don anam, TSh. 1430 . na subháilce ┐ na soibhéasa, 1468 .
treabh . . . branar samhraidh na subháilceadh, 6938 . ga
mhéid subhailce ann? Parrth. Anma 223.7 . na subáilce cair-
dionalta the cardinal virtues, 224.7 ( Luc. Fid. 143.5 ). na
subailce diadha the theological virtues (i.e. faith, hope, charity),
65 223.11 ( Luc. Fid. 142.13 ). do na subháilcighibh bunadhusacha
(cairdionálta), Donl. 198.2 . an tshubhailce as úaisle (i.e. an
grádh), Parrth. Anma 138.3 ( Luc. Fid. 84.8 ). maith do
dhéunamh .i. na subhailce, 222.16 . atáid subháilcighe ag
oibreabhadh ann, Matth. xiv 2 . Note also: ar son . . . com-
70báidh | nach ceanglann subhailce sluagh | acht le gaol fola
honourable behaviour, Keat. Poems 1330 .
(b) virtue, power, efficacy, property : ceiltior subháilce Séiréis
the influence of Ceres (i.e. the planet) is nullified, L. Cl. A.
Buidhe 144.150 (on the death of a chief). atat mórán do
75tsubhailchib aile aici (of whitethorn used as an amulet),
Maund. 15 . atátt subáilchi imdha aigci (of a tree), 55 . is do
mh[oladh] subhailchi na hurnaighthi adubairt se so (i.e. petite
et dabitur uobis), Smaointe B. Chr. 2178 . ardughadh i n-a
shubhailchi fein by his own power (of the Ascension), 5854 .
80 laipeōram . . . ar shupāilcib Loreta miracles, Fl. Earls 110.14 .
? Cf. do rēir mar thaispēnus Dia dia supāilcip dhó `as God in
His goodness reveals it to him
', 182.5 .
(c) Used vaguely in sense of joy, pleasure, happiness;
honour, kindness , etc. (cf. subae): cantic na subhailce re
85n-abarthar Magnificat jucunditas et laus, Smaointe B. Chr.
419 . in tegh . . . i n-a nderna supāilque ┐ conuersāit re n-a
desciblaib, Fl. Earls 152.14 . tabhairse cuidiughadh chum
subháilce dhúinn help me to be merry, Maguires of F. 56.10 .
inatt ína fuil cach uile shubháilchi ┐ cach uile thorad (of
Paradise), Maund. 115 . comhscaoílter uile ordanāss in baile
5mar onórachus ┐ mar shupailcibh a ttoigeachtæ to honour and
celebrate his arrival
, Fl. Earls 40.24 . taissealbhuiss a shupail-
che co n-a dheig-inntinn dōip `he showed them kindness and
sympathy
', 40.25 . onōrachus ┐ supāilce mór, 100.19 . comh-
chruinniugadh ar in magh . . . go subāilcip ┐ go sollamantus
10adbal-mór `for a festival and great ceremony', 114.14 . a mac
samhla sin d'onōir ┐ do supāilcibh, 188.29 . a idhbairt . . . n-a
seruís ┐ i n-a subhāilcip `in her honour', 192.23 .
(d) Of a rank of angels: a uile aingil ┐ tsubhailchi (Virtutes),
Smaointe B. Chr. 5613 .