Definition of subaud in English:

subaud

verb

Grammar
rare
  • with object To supply (an unexpressed word or group of words) mentally.

Origin

Early 19th century. From classical Latin subaudīre (2nd cent. a.d.) from sub- + audīre to hear, after ancient Greek ὑπακούειν.

Pronunciation

subaud

/sʌˈbɔːd/