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.

fo-ammámaigedar

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Forms: fo[a]mmamaigedar, fosroammamigestar, fo[am]mamaigter

v g (mám) subjugates (formed on analogy of Lat. subjugare ?): subj. pres. fo[a]mmamaigedar (gl. si ... subigerit) Ml 113c6 . perf. fosroammamigestar dia molad he has subjugated them to his praise 67b24 . Pass. pres. cosnaib hulib dūlib fo[am]mamaigter dosuidi 26a8 .

foammámaigthe

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Forms: foammamaigthe, foumamaigthe

(part. of prec.) subjugated: (= subjectus) Wb 13a16 . 13c2 (-ichthe). g p. inna foammamaigthe (gl. subditorum) Ml 43c5 . inna foumamaigthe 105b1 .

foammámugud

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Forms: foammamugud, foummamugud, foummamugud, foammamigtho

n u,m. (vn. of fo-ammámaigedar) subjection: foammamugud Ml 26a8 . in foummamugud 67c2 . hi foummamugud dō 28d5 . g s. cuit foammamigtho 67c2 .

foara

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Forms: foarad

n d,m. under-charioteer, learner: g p. imda na foarad BDD 115 (corresp. to noí n-araid foglomma ib.).

fo-árraid

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v (reth-) = do-árraid perf. of do-áirith comes up with, overtakes: fon-arraid a gcrích Corca D. mnáoi ZCP vii 304.29 .

1 foas ?

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ind madisfé ... nó ma dia f.¤ é, O'Dav. 907 .