- From the Latin subaudī, the second-person singular present active imperative form of subaudiō ("I understand”, “I supply a word"), from sub ("under") + audiō ("I hear”, “I listen"). (Wiktionary)
““Sáyih” lit. a wanderer, subaudi for religious and ascetic objects; and not to be confounded with the”
“Sáyih" lit. a wanderer, subaudi for religious and ascetic objects; and not to be confounded with the "pilgrim" proper.”
“There is a youth ycleped Hewson Clarke (subaudi 'esquire'), a sizer of”
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