a boy, youngster, lad Vin.iii.147 = Ja.ii.284; Vv.64#14 (= dahara C.); Snp.420; DN.i.115; MN.i.82; AN.ii.22; Ja.ii.57; ājānīya-susūpama MN.i.445 read ājānīy-ass-ūpama (cp. Thag.72)
■ In phrase susukāḷa the susu is a double su˚, in meaning “very, very black” (see under kāḷa-kesa), e.g. DN.i.115 = MN.i.82; AN.ii.22 = AN.iii.66 = Ja.ii.57; explained as suṭṭhu-kāḷa DN-a.i.284- susunāga a young elephant DN.ii.254.
cp. Sk. śiśu
the sound susu, hissing Ja.iii.347 (cp. su and sū); Thag-a.189.
the name of a sort of water animal (alligator or seacow?) Ja.vi.537 (plur. susū) = Ja.v.255 (kumbhīlā makasā susū).