fobairt

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Forms: fobhairt, fabhairt, fogh-, fagh-

n f. (vn. of fo-beir) fobhairt fabhairt (v.l. fogh-, fagh-) IGT, Decl. § 42 .

I Lit. `bringing under,' hence

(a) dipping, immersion: ? columha mōr ... ┐ lín [éisc] a f.¤ asa mullach isin [muir] RC xiv 44 § 51 : `drawn from its summit' Stokes (= ex summo ... ad maris superficiem tentorium ... descendit VSH ii 283 ). See fópairt (c). eolas fobarta fo muirib skill in passing under (?) seas O'C. 776 (< H 3. 18, 364a ). Laws i 72.7 . Cf. admidir F. fobairt Locha R., Laws i 72.14 , cited under fópairt (c). Of tempering metal by immersion: fuair ... a f.¤ ... al-lendaib ... do boccadh ┐ do righniugadh ... a adbair it had been dipt in liquids (of a steel hauberk) CCath. 5216 . Hence

(b) tempering and (fig.) testing: Cf. a deiccsi fo tri gortaib .i. donnghorad ┐ banghorad ┐ gorad fobarta (of an axe), O'C. 884 (< H 3.18, 395b ). is géar an fhobhairt é an brón, Dánta Gr.² 53.11 . fobairt & foghairt ... a tempering or heating in the fire... 'tabhairt [sic] fobhairt don iorann [sic] is an dteallach, P. O'C. See fagairt and foibred.

II Concrete, a fomentation; a salve: fobairt & foghairt ... ` salve , ointment, ... fobhairt súl `an eyesalve ' P. O'C. fobhuirt derbtha chum na súl collyrium O'Gr. Cat. 283.24 . úng do ṡúile ré fobhairt na súl eye-salve Rev. iii 18 . a sugh do cur isna fobhairtibh, 23 K 42, 334.18 .

fobar

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x well: see fofor.

fóbartach, fúabartach

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Forms: fobartach

adj o-ā (cf. fobairt and fópairt) aggressive; ready or keen in attack: fri slesaib ... na ḟer ḟopartach LB 152b34 . gid feochair fuabartach in fer sin, TTebe 1710 . foga fogér f.¤ LU 9270 . tugadur cath fuilech foburtac d'aroili ZCP vi 56.16 . re ferg foburtaig na curad, Ériu viii 30z . saithe saighett a fiodhbacaibh fobartacha FM vi 1890.19 . ro cathaigset féín go fraochda fíornimhnech fóbartach na hairdmhenmanna re céile B iv 1, 143b25 (= ro caithset ... fuabartach na hairdheana ..., Celt. Rev. iv 120 ). As subst. an assailant: fobartach fian LU 3394 ( SC 17 ).

fobdaigid

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v (denom. from fo-bádi, fobdud) submerges . With metathesis: in fódbugud ḟódbaigther na dā leth ... figuir sin fhodbaigti inna fuile ... a colaind Crist (of the con- secrated wafer) LB 251a64 - 66 = in fobdod fombaiter , Thes. ii 254.1 .

fobdud

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Forms: fobdotha

n u,m. (vn. of fo-bádi) dipping, submerging: in fobdod fombaiter, Thes. ii 254.1 . g s. figor fobdotha cuirp Crist inna ḟuil ib. mád chían co tairi a fobdud ` quenching ' BDD 128 (fobdhub Y). is écen core ... día fábdud (bādad v.l.) 129 .

fobdugud

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Forms: fódbugud

n u,m. submerging: fódbugud LB 251a63 , see cit. under fobdaigid.

fobéim

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n n, n. name of a feat: foibhéim ┐ fáithbhéim ` underblow ' RC xxix 128 § 35 .

fo-beir

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Forms: fobairthea

v (ber—) lit. brings under , hence

(a) abases, subdues, impairs (?): ? domruacht bochta fombera LL 37c40 ( Auraic. 5343 ).

(b) in follg. ex. with acc. of thing, seems = introduces, occasions (Lat. subigere): cet[h]arda fobera fiannas do duine .i. doimairg cricha, etc., four (evils) which soldiering will bring upon man (?) ZCP iii 453.12 (for fodera ?).

(c) dips, submerges: pass. past subj. cu fobairthea cend na slegi sin issind lind LL 267b20 ( MU² 732 ). ro foibred na fiarlanna isna lennaib fichecha a slessaib na saerclann `were tempered' Ériu viii 44.17 . See fobairt and fobride, and cf. fo-geir.

(d) passes under (?): (with —ro—) asberat araile ... forbered [Fergus] muire ┐ uisce samlaid, O'C. 776 (< H 3. 18, 364a ; cf. eolus fobarta fo muirib ib.) = imteghed fo muirib, Laws i 72.13 .

fo-ben

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Forms: foben, —fuben, —fuiben, —fuban, ro—: foruban, fuichmen, fom bia, —fubai, —fuibitis, fodrubi, forubid, fo-benai- ther, focom- bethe, —fochmaide, forruipnetar, forruipnetar

v Ind. pres. 3 s. foben, Laws v 284.5 . FM 886 . —fuben, BCrólige § 53 . —fuiben, Laws ii 388.1 . —fuban, Fianaig. 26.14 . with ro—: foruban ib. 3 . perf. pres. ( ¤com—): fuichmen, Ériu xiii 13.4 (= fochmen .i. focuma nó fuban, O'Dav. 857 ). See ib. Ériu xiii 57z ff . Cf. nodonuiben (rel.) ZCP xii 360.9 . subj. pres. 3 s. fom bia Ml 15a11 . —fubai LL 38b32 . past subj. 3 pl. —fuibitis, Ériu iii 140. 181 . perf. 3 s. fodrubi LU 10770 - 1 . 2 pl. forubid Wb 27c27 . Pass. pres. fo-benai- ther, Ériu xiii 17.1 (= —aiter 60.2 ). past subj. perf. focom- bethe, O'C. 814 (< H 3. 18, 375 - 6 ). —fochmaide, BCrólige § 53 . The obscure form forruipnetar ZCP viii 105.9 may belong to this verb. On forruipnetar see also col. F 359.38. Vn. fuba(e), q.v. Lit. ` strikes or cuts under ,' hence

(a) in wide sense attacks (insidiously), impairs, spoils, invalidates , in physical and moral sense. Sometimes with IMM of indirect obj. Gl. vitiare Ml 15a11 . Ench. Aug. 71a [ind a]imser forubid [tre b]ar ṅdrognímu `the time that ye have wasted (?)' Wb 27c27 . foben subha síl Beraich it destroys the gladness of B.'s race FM 886 (poem). Bruchst. i § 114 . ni fuiben enecland arain ... excess does not lessen honour-price Laws ii 388.1 . foben inracus acobuir `covetous- ness vitiates worthiness' v 284.5 (with gl.: fobenaid a indricus uimisim saint acobuir na set). direnarsom amal ni fochmaide miad a tuisteda, ar ni fuben ni imo[n] n-ennac mignim ind anenaicc, BCrólige § 53 (cf. O'Dav. 926 , where amail nad fochmand graid seems a corruption of this). ni fuiben fortacht co n-idna .i. ni fodiubann eiric uait isin fortacht dorinnis, O'Don. 578 (< H 3. 17, c. 444 ). don galar fotrubai, Ériu xii 170.6 (fotroibi v.l. = fodrubi LU 10770 - 1 ). ó foruban crith cech cnáim `when palsy hath consumed each bone' Fianaig. 26.3 (perf. pres.). fobenad ┐ doairmescad menmain they harass ... the mind Mon. Tall. § 2 (see Rule of T. p. 104 ). mad fuba nī di dath ind lenna if it sully the colour of the liquid somewhat Ériu vii 148 § 11 . ni hairged fionn foichmen, Ériu xiii 13.4 = ni airgeat find fochmean (.i. ni fuban ... in airged taitnemach), O'C. 1877 ( 23 P 3, 21 ) = O'Dav. 857 ( Ériu xiii 57 ). an mōr do dula ar in mbeg, | ind fuban indt sacarbec ? Fubun [fuban v.l.] ón that much should go in requital of little, does that impair the sacred host (i.e. vitiate thy religious pro- fession) ? It does indeed Arch. iii 2.13 . SG 401 . Here perhaps: itē da n-anocht dēc fob-at in Gaedelg .i. claen ┐ rudrach, etc. BB 308b5 .

(b) of attacking or wounding an enemy: fomna in loech fodotben! TBC² 1511 = LU 5979 . ? mad mattain foraib imbárach i nUrd [sic leg.] ┐ ni fuibitis nech n-and they hurt no one (?) Ériu iii 140.181 (= na ro beotais ┐ naro ruibtis nech ann, Rawl. 132b35 ). ro fubad Find ... isind urgail LL 193a32 (= do fubad, Dinds. 27 ). rus-fubad cenn lúaithLeacaigh L.'s head was cut off Duan. Ḟ. i 18.14 . Cf. fobach .i. ... in ni fobentar a caisiul na hatha `which is taken from the "caisel" wall of the kiln' Laws v 488.12 = O'Dav. 976 .

Cf. fo bith na fintar in leat focombethe in mbliucht farrit [ = fa friut ?], O'C. 814 (< H 3. 18, 375 - 6 . Of taking distress in a cow-yard).

(c) intrans.: is gnáth ... dond oís glicc dolleicet forru indáil et fobenat iarum inna deud Wb 13b13 ; `they let the crowd pass them and then steal up (?) after it' Thes. (cf. Marstrander s.v. 3 dál).

See fuba and fubaid, -e.

fobiad

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n o,n. sub-refection, subordinate food-rent ; opp. to prímbiad ( ZCP xiv 341x ); certain refections supplied accord- ing to custom at stated times during the year, such as a pig at Martinmas or Hallowtide (Samain), curds and milk in sum- mer: prímbiad (sic leg.) so sís ... ┐ atait na fobiadha isin Cain Aigillne big, Laws ii 224z Comm. don fir dobeir ferann a rath is do ata na .vii. fobhiada. da fobiad don ti dobeir ba a rath ┐ is dona hinataib na fil cinnead daime na biata sin, acht co tucthar ní do chena. O'C. 229 (< H 3.18, 124 ). faill frichnuma imna fobiadhuib .i. samfit ┐ crimmes, O'D. 292 ( H 3. 17, c. 230 ; corresp. to Laws ii 326 ). Cf. O'Don. 520 (< H 3.17, 422 ).

fo-botha

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Forms: -fubth—, -bubth—

v (-fubth—, -bubth—, though these may be from a different word, see Ped. ii 477 ).

I Intrans. is alarmed, frightened: fobothaim (gl. consternor) Sg 146b13 . Pcr 60b4 . 65b4 . ní bái ní ara fubthaitis occu there was no reason why they should be alarmed TFerbe 113 .

II Generally trans. scares, alarms, disturbs: co fota- bothad (gl. terreret) Ml 33b16 . cid dia mbúpthai (fubthai v.l.) na báethlaegu ? why dost thou frighten RC ix 482.11 ( LU 1752 ). corgus ma fot-botha if Lent affright thee Fél. Nov. 15 . nach rouba (v.l. robda U, rubda Eg.) fuam in tsluaigh TBC² 209 . a sciath in tan focrotha | a bidbadha fobotha RC xvii 173 (Tig.). Bruchst. i § 5 (= futbotha FM 614 ). batir da siabuir ┐ fobuthad cechtar de a chéile (of goblins or sprites) IT iii 245.62 . ? fa-mboith ... Finn `turns upon him' Fianaig. 24.4 . nā fubthad uaman do gnē 16 § 43 . do Aed Ordnide na rofubthad LL 181b38 ( Arch. Hib. ii 48 § 14 ).

Vn. fubthad, q.v.