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súg n o,m. (Lat. sucus, assim. to súigid, Thurn. Gramm. § 924 ).
Cf. n. pl. súga, Alex. 663 . sugha, CCath. 2530 . suighi, Marco
P. 166 . Given as vn. (súgh), IGT Verbs § 75 .
60 Juice (in a large variety of applications). (a) toth .i. sūgh,
ut dicitur: toth ethlinne .i. sūg ethlinne, O'Mulc. 870 . sucus
.i. sugh, Arch. i 336.113 . co thírmaigid cach s. ¤ bís isnaib
ballaib gl. ut exsiccet sucum membrorum, Ml. 44d8 . cáin in sug
assa sóeraigthib sugthíar, Goid. 157.10 (ACC). cuich gela . . . |
65suig fri sreba bright vessels for streams of juice (of tallow wax?),
SR 4346 (`snuff-dishes', Exod. xxxvii 23 ). do hól neich narbá
dliged dóib .i. immáillsi ┐ súga na n-arm (of soldiers suffering
from thirst), Alex. 663 = allas na n-arm, BB 494a41 . cuithe
salach sūg a filthy, oozy pit, KMMisc. 270 § 43 . s. ¤ na ecailsi
70ógi | mairg na-n-ib i n-ecoiri (ref. to Eucharist?), LL 150a17 .
rochraith sug amroisi for a ech, TTebe 3760 . dabhach . . . | a
sileann sugh suarc-bracha, SG 112.7 . súgh as nách neimh-
nighe neimh exuding a juice (of butter), TD 37.2 . teach ar
n-athar dúinn is dual, | sgathadh [a shúigh do badh] shámh
75`sweet were even a spell of its sweetness (?)', Aithd. D. 62.3
= scathad a shuidhi bidh sāmh, Arch. iii 236 § 3 . súgh
talmhan, tromthoirthe coll, DDána 79.20 (for subh? `toradh',
Gloss.). gan súgh mar bhlas a bhracha, 113.18 (`deoch',
Gloss.). sugh na heorna barley-water, RC xlix 50.20 . sugh nó
80silne na cloch ar techadh (= tégad), Arch. i 328 § 85 . púdar
. . . arna cumusc . . . a subh daingin `to a stiff juice', O'Gr. Cat.
242.17 . In rhetoric: cain s. ¤ set gai in cleitīne cain, Ériu i
118 § 9 . In cheville: súgh n-glé, ML 10.17 (cf. sóg).
(b) Specific applications. Of the sap, juice of plants, etc.:
85 ruidhiud fasas a n-aigid in duine tri sug in lossa do cuimilt
faethi, Auraic. 5572 . sug in rois doni ruamna na ndrech, 5645 .
sithal . . . a sil sugh subh into which drips the juice of berries,
SG 111.24 . sugh na sgoth the nectar of flowers, Studies 1923 ,
422 § 10 . cenglait a croinn cu snighenn sugh friu, Marco P.
163 . mar nách roinneand (sic leg.) an crann an suth thairrn-
5geas ón talamh ris na géagaibh, O'Hussey TC 44.11 . frémh
┐ súgh chroinn na hola, Rom. xi 17 . alue[n] .i. sugh luibhi is
cosmail risan sgilla, Arch. i 325 § 15 . acasia .i. sugh na
n-airnedh n-anabaidh, RC ix 243.2 . Hence of wine: súgh
cuain foreign wine, DDána 103.19 . súgh caor i gcuachaibh,
10 Measgra D. 58.23 . re súgh bhfíonchaor bhfíneamhna, TD
33.11 .
Of blood: súgh th'ochta an uair do shilis, PBocht 17.15 .
súgh an bhuinn ler saoradh sinn, DDána 3.38 . do mhaith sin
sugh a ochta | do shúr mholta fhir Eachtgha, RC xlix 169 § 4 .
15 thug sugh a mbrollach gan choigil do Shéamus, 23 G 24, 401.5 .
Of milk: súgh bó, Irish Texts iv 51 § 17 . ar shúgh do chíoch
d'ól, PBocht. 4.30 . ar son súigh t'ochta d'ibhe, A. Ó Dálaigh
xix 13 . súgh [cíogha] Muire, DDána 26.34 . súgh do chíoch,
Keat. Poems 1338 .
20Of tears : sugh m'abhra (sic leg.) ag dalladh mo derc, Rel.
Celt. ii 256.19 .
Of phlegm : sugh na srona, RC xii 344 § 38 .
Of urine: buain in conlóin a talmuin gein do gabur a sugh
ann (of trespasses by dogs), Laws iv 122.14 Comm . ro phe-
25traigset in tír n-uli do phetragugud ┐ do sh. ¤ nat[h]rachda `von
Schlangengeifer
', Alex. 710 = fri etruth (.i. tūt) na natrach,
BB 494b41 .
(c) In sense of vigour, energy, strength : in ben tsirg cin sug
nirt, Laws i 140.35 Comm . bamar-ni for a ecla, cin seg cin s. ¤ ,
30amal bemís marb, PH 2967 = cen sead cen sug, YBL 146b25 .
co nderna mesc aimnertach é cen sh. ¤ cen nert ann, RC xxiii
420.z . ? g. pl. in: ri roraid fri Samúel s. ¤ | co nerbarad fri Saúl,
SR 5641 . co trethnaib iar srethbruig s. ¤ , 6263 .
(d) Perh. essence, inner nature in: riasiu ro fiastar cia aisc
35cia s. ¤ , RC xxvi 16 § 12 .i. cia s. ¤ aisci mori fogebi form innate
blemish
(?), 17 n. 3 . cen s. ¤ n-aisgci (`without a particle of blame'),
BColm. 82.27 . más fhíor súgh na soisgéala `inner meaning',
Aithd. D. 94.30 .
Compd. ¤ rúad bloody: gur bho fuinneóga silteacha súgh-
40rúadha ochta . . . na n-anradh, ML 130.6 .

súgach xsee súcach.

súgachas n o,m. (súcach): sé críoch an tsúgachais sin dóbrón,
Prov. xiv 13 . cuireadh do chroidhe súgacas ort a láethibh
hóige, Eccles. xi 9 . Cf. subachas.

45 súgad [u,m.] vn. of súigid. act of sucking, drawing in, absorbing,
attracting : conid ann sin tuc Dia na gaetha do sugud na n-usce
to suck up the waters, Rawl. 70a14 . eoin ┐ ethaidi do b(r)eith
ic sugud a [fh]ola ┐ a fheola, BB 238a12 . ac sugud int shrotha
(a Fury), TTebe 184 . robai in diliu can tragad oc sugad na
50nuisced do dreich in talman draining away the waters, Thurn.
Zu Ir. Hdschr. i 23.38 . ic sugud na criadh (from thirst), CCath.
1680 . atbert . . . a sron do sugud, RC xii 344.6 . ag súghadh
fhola an easláin (a leech), TSh. 345 . Fig. an dream bhíos ag
súghadh . . . na saidhbhreas . . . lé sainnt, 1309 . is fearr lim
55talam dom shughad beo, Aen. 683 (for slugad? Cf. Anecd. i
77.z and v.l.). amal tanig an torc . . . d'indrad ┐ do sugad
crich na C. to suck dry, TTebe 868 . aigned suighte magnetic
power
(of stones), BB 7a13 .
Of breathing: s. ¤ ┐ imlécad a anala, Corm. 36.31 . beóil ┐
60sróna na n-ech . . . ac súgud grene ┐ gáithe uathu ┐ chuccu,
TBC 5063 . ag sugud gaithi aidhoir (a serpent), TTebe 2072 .
lé súghadh a anáile, TSh. 1895 .
Compd.: tre sughadh-bol[t]nugud in aeior through sucking
in and inhaling the air
, CCath. 3487 .

65 ? súgaid n(súigid) sucker, leech : `gil' an suga[i]d seng, Met. Gl.
33 § 16 .

súgainte n(cf. súigid, etc.) m. = súgmaire: sughainte .i. sugh-
maire, O'Cl. co rugastar an sugante a llong[a] the pull of the
tide
, Rawl. B 512, 78d31 (Plummer MS. notes) = sumairi, BB
70 26b23 = co rug an sughainte a longa uatha acht madh beg,
Leb. Gab. 72.20 . See O'R.

1 súgán n[o, m.] (súg) small beer : ní thabair i ndíol an leanna
uaidh acht súghán nó iairlionn, TSh. 4655 . leann is súghán
súgach, Stair Éamuinn Uí Chléire (Ó Neachtain) 1752 (glossed
75 droch-leann in MS., see Gloss.). As n.pr. Sudhán Siashúileach
mhac Coirce, 572 .

2 súgán x(with unlen. -g-) = suagán, q.v.: a meilleoga . . . ar
n-a gceangal . . . dá gcreasaibh cruadhshúgán by their belts of
hard straw rope
, DDána 111.18 (382.24) .

80 súgid xsee súigid.

súgmaire n[io] (súigid) (a) one who sucks : sughmaire a tír na
hIndia a sucker from the land of India (who helped to dry up
a lake), Acall. 4534 . Cf. as e Finn tug ar tus [i nEirinn] e ┐
sumaire mara ruaidhe leis do thrágha[d] Locha Luirg, Feis
85TC 70 v.l. (of Conán Cind tSléibe). ? it iat sin na s. ¤ , LB
98 marg. sup. Hence drinker, drunkard : íotaigh na hAlban,
súmairidhe na Saxon, ┐ potairidhe na bPleimeanach, Eochairsg.
3.9 . is gnáth súmaire i múnloch 'na leidhce fhliuch `swig-
gers
', Ó Bruad. i 74.6 .
(b) Of the sea: co rug in sumairi a longa uile uaithib the pull
5of the tide
, BB 26b23 . an corp is é an súghmaire (i.e. the whirl-
pool which traps the ship of the soul), Aithd. D. 80.30 = sūg-
mairi, Arch. iii 239 § 30 . an úair do neartuigh sé súmairighe
an aigéin `fountains', Prov. viii 28 . a ndeachuidh tusa asteach
a súmairighibh na fairge `springs', Job xxxviii 16 . sumhar
10`a spring', O'R. sumaire `spring', Eg. Gl. 366 . sumaire,
Gwynn Cat. 177.14 .
(c) vent, swallow-hole (see O'Don. Suppl. s.v. súmaire): la
siansan . . . na sruthann ac siledh . . . a su[gh]muirib na
cathrach, St. Ercuil 785 .