foacht

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Forms: fiarfoigh, fócht, fiarfaighe

n f. act of enquiring Ériu xxxiv 118 : fiarfoigh, Met. Gl. Ff. 8 = fócht fiarfaighe LL 395a12 . abstracted from iarmifoacht, see iarmi-foig and fócht, fóchtaid.

foachta

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Forms: foachta

(part. of fo-fich). As subst. n.: na foachta fo- [ḟ]echar i Cāin Adomnān `any trespass ' Cáin Ad. § 43 .

Cf. fúachtain.

? foad

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ind fat ... foad na collae bīs, Corm. Y 631 (= fo ad na colna, for fo ed, etc. ?). foad, codla, Stowe Gl. 363

foaiccecht

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x see foaccept.

foaid

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Forms: foí, fáe, foad, foíedh, foaid, foíd, foid, faid, —foí, foas, fooit, —foat, —faat, —faeat, foite, foíed, ḟoad, —fia, ḟaeem, foet, foat, foíed, ḟoad, fífatsa, fífitsa, —fifea, faíbea, —fifa, fiba, fibas, —[ḟ]ifamni, faifemni, fíbaid, fibait, forsarroa, forsaroae, fiu, rofiu, fíu, fíu, femmir, —febair, —féotár, —feótár, —oetar, feótar, faitar, fáit, fáitche, faithche, faít, faíter, fibthair, fíibthir, foí-, faí-, fóe-, fáe-, fáei-, faíd(h)-, foíd(h)-, faoidh-, foided, fotaeth, faíidh, faidid, -faienn, foidis, faíear, -faíear, -faier, -faidiur, bhḟaie, faetis, faethidis, faifet, -sa, faífead, -faíeab, -fúiiubh, -faidiubh, fáefes, confóefet, -faifedh, -faichfedh, fói, fais, fuidis, fuidhis, faidis, faoídhis, ḟói, foí, fai, fae, rofoe, ḟaéi, ḟaoi, ḟáiset, ḟaietar, ḟáeidur, faidetar, fessatar, foaid, fói

v earlier forms: imperat. 2 s. foí LL 290a42 . 274b6 . fáe TBC 4561 . 3 s. foad LL 260b19 . foíedh IT iii 322.5 . ind. pres. 3 s. foaid Hy ii 31 (foid v.l.). foíd LU 3878 . foid ZCP viii 310.25 . faid TBC² 2918 . YBL 116b21 . —foí LU 6929 ( BDD 54 ). rel. foas, Corm. Y 795 . Laws i 160.27 Comm. 3 pl. fooit, Rawl. 122by . —foat, Rawl. 118b16 . —faat, Otia i 125 § 16 . Anecd. i 58 § 67 . —faeat, Laws iv 102.22 . rel. foite, Phil. Soc. 1859, 179 (< H 3.18, 67 c. 3 ). imperf. 3 s. no foíed LU 10607 ( CC 6 ). no ḟoad LL 286b44 . subj. pres. 2 s. co ro ḟoasu LL 274b8 . nir faei BDD 16 (ni roi D). 3 s. —fia, BCrólige § 44 . Cf. dia fia for feis feissi, O'Dav. 879 . 1 pl. co ro ḟaeem LU 1558 . 3 pl. (?) co foet , Laws i 192.27 . Cf. foat ZCP viii 196 § 20 . past 3 s. ná foíed LU 8023 . no ḟoad LL 260a14 . fut. 1 s. fífatsa LU 6312 . fífitsa IT iii 322.6 . 3 s. —fifea (a added after first f) YBL 116b20 ; 21 ( IT ii 180x ) = faíbea IT iii 46x . —fifa, Rawl. 82a22 . Cf. fiba, Ériu ii 3.6 . YBL 124b14 . rel. fibas IT ii 180.179 . 1 pl. —[ḟ]ifamni LL 274b7 = faifemni, Mor Muman 2 ( PRIA xxxvi C 263 ). 2 pl. cf. fíbaid LL 251b24 . 3 pl. fibait 116b5 . pret. and perf. 2 s. forsarroa, Ériu ii 224.3 = forsaroae, Mon. Tall. 67 . 3 s. fiu, Trip. 156.19 (fíu 1825 ); 174.6 (fíu 2025 ). ZCP viii 564.7 . rofiu, Trip. 182.21 (ro fíu 2143 ). ocár fíu LU 5825 . 1 pl. femmir LU 10242 . 2 pl. —febair ib. 3 pl. —féotár LU 4686 . 5362 . —feótár 5378 (= —oetar TBC² 902 ) - LU 5388 . feótar 8919 (H). —foitar TBC 1552 . co faitar 389 (cf. co fáit , with bar over -t, LL 95a6 ; 11 where TBC 4927 ; 4932 reads fáitche [ = faithche] and Father Paul Walsh, Ir. Eccles. Rec. 1913, 187n . would read faít or faíter. Probably pret. 3 pl. is intended). pass. fut. fibthair LL 275a42 . fíibthir ZCP viii 565.9 . Vn. feis (fess) q.v.

During the Mid. Ir. period the stem is variously written foí-, faí-, fóe-, fáe-, fáei-, later faíd(h)-, foíd(h)-, faoidh-. Imperat. 3 s. foided BB 402b19 = fotaeth, Miscell. Celt. Soc. 72 ( Lec. 256va48 ). pres. 3 s. faíidh, Marco P. 23 . faidid RC xi 42.8 . -faienn, Marco P. 67 . rel. foidis ZCP iii 261 § 89 . subj. pres. 1 s. faíear IGT III § 33 . -faíear ib. -faier RC xliii 22 § 21 . -faidiur RC xiii 58.10 (Lec.). 3 s. dia bhḟaie , Marco P. 106 . subj. past 3 pl. noco faetis , TTebe 2648 = faethidis, Eg. fut. 1 s. faifet -sa RC xliii 74.1 . faífead, -faíeab IGT III § 33 . -fúiiubh sa, Arch. iii 309.17 . -faidiubh sa TBC 4483 St. (-faidheabhsa v.l.). 3 s. rel. fáefes LU 10481 (H). 3 pl. cf. confóefet 9840 (see con-foí). sec. fut. 3 s. -faifedh, Arch. iii 309.30 . -faichfedh (= faidh-), Ériu iv 176 § 12 . pret. and perf. 3 s. fói ZCP viii 309.8 . fais LU 3513 (H). faeiss TBC 4565 . fuidis RC v 198 § 4 . fuidhis IT iii 322.7 . faidis, Ir. Texts i 56 § 17 . faoídhis FM v 1760.5 . ro ḟói , Trip. 146.1 (= ro foí , 1687 ). ro fai TBC² 2427 . ro fae , Rawl. 148a32 . rofoe 126b27 . ro ḟaéi , CCath. 1408 . ro ḟaoi FM ii 1104.1 . 3 pl. ro ḟáiset , Acall. 667 . ro ḟaietar 820 . ro ḟáeidur 7841 . faidetar RC v 204.5 . For pret. fessatar, etc., see fessid. faoidh for leic .i. do chodladh ar leic, O'Cl., is a gloss on foaid Hy ii 31 , cited above. Vn. feis, later faíech- tain, q.v.

(a) spends the night (in a place; with a person), distinguished from con-tuli `sleeps' (physical act), see Thurneysen, Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. 55 : fíu aidchi ic Druim U., Trip. 184.15 (2164) . fíbait i nEmain dadaig LL 116b5 . fíu ... hi tig in righ L. ind aidchi genair Corc, Anecd. iii 57 . fói hi tig Treth ZCP viii 309.8 (pret.). clasa rath la Cormac conid inte nofoihedsom do gres ar niba hada rī co n-anim do ḟeis i Temraig, Rawl. 131b36 . luid L. ... co Temraig ... ┐ fais hi Temraig ind aidchi sin LU 3513 ( SC 27 ). fer anechtair foas aen aidchidh lat, Laws i 160.27 Comm. faidhis Caillin la Fagartach in oidchi sin, Fen. 178.9 . fáifidh a lepaid Mobí, BColm. 82.1 . Of an army or a person halting for the night: ro sagat trá co feótár i n Drúim Ḟ., LU 5581 . co foitar cethri ollchoiceda hErend ir-Réde L. ... ┐ co rag- batar dunad and inn aidchi sin TBC 1552 . cach áth ... ocár fíu [Medb] LU 5825 . See also under (d) below. Of animals: i fail i faeat na muca isin n-aidchi, Laws iv 102.22 Comm. cf. teora ferba fira ... co foetar aidchi Fertai `three white cows ... they lay down a night at F.' i 64.2 . bale i faat (: a-taat they are) Anecd. i 58 (of cattle). nosfáidi P. [sc. na euchu] ... co féotar ina dísiurt la M., Trip. 242.2 (2853) (cf. under 2 feis, d).

(b) often of cohabitation, with LA (seldom FRI): intí fáefes lia mnaí LU 10481 = foidis ZCP iii 261 § 89 . foid ind ingen in lásin lais ZCP viii 310.25 . nochan faidiubh-sa le fer, | noco faídhi m'fer le mnái TBC 4483 St. ni fetar cia lasa fifea Etan IT ii 180.186 = cía fer risa fóefea IT iii 19 § 52 (re faitfea BB). cindus fibas Cu Chulaind? IT ii 180.179 . ben lasambi cuma cip cia las fia, BCrolige § 44 . o ro gradaigh Telamon Esiona d'ai [ = d'ḟai] si leis BB 420b44 . ní ar uaisli ... fhaidit la a seitchib `they choose their wives, not for nobility' Marco P. 44 . atrubairt si nā faifedh fri Tipraite isin cill tuaiscertaig, Arch. iii 309.30 . na fir risi faeidfidis na hingeana sin `whom those maidens would wed' TTebe 340 . iet céd-fhir ... faiset fri mnaib, Leb. Gab. i 18 . Absol: fíbaid ... dadaig ┐ Finn- dabair thou shalt mate with F. LL 251b24 ( TBFr. § 24 ). cen co foam ... mise ┐ tú, Met. Dinds. iv 228.25 . ro ḟaietar in lánamain sin ar feis leaptha ┐ láimhdheraighthi, Acall. 820 . co ro ḟaier-sa lat ... er laimh ┐ ar leabaidh RC xliii 22 § 21 . Fig.: limm-sa fóit na haird-ríg | is mé ... flathius Alban is Hérend, Met. Dinds. iv 142 - 126 . a dhrúicht- innsi lear fhaoi Art whom A. espoused Gadelica i 12 § 14 . Cf. tan ro[ḟ]ois lem, a bē ZCP vi 266 § 2 . ro[f]ois re ceathrur iar sein § 5 .

(c) in wider sense stays, abides, sojourns: luid R. co tech a comalta ┐ fái lais .vii. mbliadna, Dinds. 5 . ni fuil slan leo co foet dechmadh [in] ala crich till they spend ten days Laws i 192.27 Comm. Fig.: na sluaig fooit i nhūir who rest in the clay (= are buried) Rawl. 122b54 ( Bruchst. i § 132 ). caine dind dem i foat Rawl. 118b16 ( Hail Brigit 9 ; cf. Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 20.6 ). táncatar séd isan domhuin, | ba ferr foät better were they to remain hidden (?) ZCP viii 196 § 20 . faidhfit do scela shall be forgotten Cog. 92.10 . Cf. forcaomhnacair talamchumhscugud isind aoir faietar neoill etarbuasach uaistib din buiresc- rubertsat for alaili ZCP viii 104.13 . With acc.: cid dofuci? or A. coroḟaeem celidi latsu to stay on a visit with thee LU 1558 (= co ro anam c. IT ii2 209 § 2 ).

(d) watches through the night; besieges (Thurneysen, Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. i 54 - 5 ): cotailsiu ... co cend teóra láa ┐ teóra n-aidchi ┐ fífatsa forsna slógaib in n-airet sin sleep thou ... and I shall besiege the hosts mean- while LU 6312 = firbatsa TBC 2468 . Cf. oinfer fibu (fiba, fiaba v.l.) iarum ailib feis iteir catha cuim, Ériu ii 3.9 (with gl.: oinfer nomairbhfe). fiba fess (feis v.l.) moch mairb will watch the early watch of the dead (?) ib. 6 . luid Cu Culaind ┐ fiu forfes Fer Falchae ┐ selaig firu Faal huli ZCP viii 564.7 . fer fiu fert ar gaili gnim ib. 18 . fíibthir (fibithir v.l.) Falchae feis (fes v.l.) 565.9 . Cf. cathas ... .i. feis foite ind oig ina cathgreim co matain, Phil. Soc. 1859, 179 (< H 3.18, 67 ). = Corm. Y 245 .

fo-airicc

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x see fo-ricc.

fo-aiscre

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x see fo-feiscren.

? foaisneis

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Forms: foaisneis

n cur [caur v.l.] fethach foaisnís freisnis `for declaration, (for) interrogatory' RC xxvi 20 § 49 ; foaisneis ` little declaration (by a plaintiff)' Stokes ib. p. 59 ; the citation is glossed: foaisneis .i. o fiur adgair. frisneis .i. o fiur adgairther, Rawl. 108b34 (= LL 187a12 ).

fo-áitbi

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Forms: faitfed, fó-atbi, fáitbestár, -be(d)

v (fo-ad-tib-, Ped. ii 648 ) laughs, chuckles, smiles: imperf. adubairt P. anno faitfed (.i. gaire) Trip.² 229 (= arridens p. 12 n .). Arch. iii 10 § 11 . pret. and perf. fó-atbi, Trip. 98.7 (= fóaitbi, 1096 ). amal foraitbi int Sarra ... in tan asrobrad frie o mberad macc as that Sarah laught when she had been told that she would bear a son Tur 62 . fáitbestár LU 8131 ( FB 9 ). ro cháiestair ... ┐ ro fháitbhestair iar ttain BNnÉ 12 § 10 . faiphtis gen gaire 'ná agaid, TTebe 3210 . With IMM, laughs at: fáithbid [leg. faítbhid] ... immbi (= deridebat eum Lat. Lives 53 . fáitbis ... in máthair imon córaid PH 6625 . ro fháitbe impu 1850 . fáibtis fear agá faigsin IGT III ex. 785 (v.l. fáibhtis; faitfis. Decl. ex. 608 reads fáiltis). (Trans.) ro ḟaitbe ... in popul ... dásacht na foirni, Lat. Lives 92 . Vn. fáitbiud, -be(d), q.v.

foalda

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adj. (?): odar quasi fodar .i. dath f.¤ , Corm. Y 1020 = Phil. Soc. 1859, 200 (< H 3.18, 77 ); ` dull mottled (?) colour' Stokes, Corm. Trans. 131 . From alad `speckled, piebald'?

fo-álgi

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Forms: foalgim, fálgi, falgai, failgai, fosnálaig, forálaig, foralaig, fosrolaich, fomm álagar, failgifitis, falgitis, -falguide, fálg-, fáilg-

v (fo-ad-luig-, Ped. ii 572 ). Ind. pres. 1 s. foalgim Sg 146b14 . 2 sg. fu fálgi Ml 108c12 . 3 s. falgai (protot. for deuterot.) LU 8353 ( FB 24 ). ? subj. pres. 2 s. [sic Strachan, Verb. Syst. 118 ] failgai si SR 8239 . pret. and perf. 3 s. fosnálaig LU 1805 . forálaig Ml 123b9 . foralaig 43d5 . ? fosrolaich (-rolaic v.l.) Hy ii 62 . Pass. pres. s. fomm álagar Sg 146b14 . Pcr 60b5 . sec. fut. 3 pl. no failgifitis (v.l. na falgitis ), gl. consternarentur Lib. Hymn i 72.41 ( Goid. 69.3 ). pret. pl. -falguide, Laws iv 16.2 (see Ériu xii 199 ). In Mid. Ir. generally treated as simple vb., stem fálg-, fáilg-; pret. forms hard to distinguish from fo-léci or fo-luigi. Vn. fálgud, q.v.

Lays low, prostrates, throws down: fufálgi siu inna naimtea Ml 108c12 . ? rofailgestar .i. dosrat inna ligu, Thes. ii 320.33 (gl. fosrolaich, Hy ii 62 ). fosnálaig som a [ceol] ... co ara bárach laid them low (in sleep) LU 1805 ( RC ix 488 ). fodoralaid [leg. -rálaig ?] féin for lár | anim Ádaim SR 2189 . cf. forrolaid in gaeth ... a puplu BB 496a36 ( IT ii2 101 ). Both these exx. may belong to for-cuirethar, q.v. dia rosalgid [da rusfailgid v.l.] pailm dó when palms were strewn Ériu ii 198z . bátar fir óir ┐ argit inna láim. dobert a mér for dís fa thríar díb con- daforlaig int airinech buí ara bélaib LL 289a47 ( SG 313.5 . RC xiii 444 ); of a game of chess: `struck the chamber's panel' O'Gr.; `so that the front rank [of chessmen] was hidden' Stokes: so that ... fell, was knocked down (reflex.) ? falgai betho borrbuidne lays low the world's boisterous bands LU 8353 ( FB 24 ). rofailgid ... curpa curatai, Alex. 22 . ros failgetar belgi ┐ mendudai ... a námut dia reir 200 . failgebe in t-iarthar .i. Eoraip thou shalt overthrow 91 . r[o]ḟolaig Gaillu LL 184a14 (ḟolaig in marg.) = Arch. Hib. ii 72 § 31 . cenmotha a forlaig dint slúagh olchena, TTr.² 1381 . In impers. construction: fonrālaig mairb mesctha mir | do dālaib ind escra sin we are struck dead, dismayed, distracted SR 3579 (cf. 2189 , cited above). fosrālaig (: sáraig) cen rige ruad [Saul's children] were left low without kingship 6541 .

Cf. fáilgid.