fobréit

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n m. understrap: fobreit bís fo bragait ind eich, Thes. ii 341.20 (comm.on: scarais a hech cenn a bréit ... ni bu leithísel in mám Hy v 55 ).

fobride

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Forms: foibridi

adj io-iā (part. of fo-beir) dipped; tempered, annealed: co cruisigh f.¤ , Dinds. 6 = foibridi BB 356a1 . co saigdib foibrithib BB 496a4 ( IT ii2 100 ).

Cf. foibrighthe.

fobrithe

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n a sub-award, payment allotted for particular pro- cesses in industry (?): f.¤ idem et duilcinne, O'Mulc. 483 . im dulchine, im f.¤ (.i. log berrtha .i. im in rath fubaide), Laws i 124.2 (132.19) . im duilchine, im f.¤ (i leth na fuba don mnai [ḟ]igi .i. fuba berrtha .i. luag fige) 150.4 (152.7) . (forbridhe 152 n . seems to be a mispr.). im foibride .i. duil- chine fige insin iarna ticsel a ggarmain, O'C. 794 (< H 3.18, 370a ). admestar foibrithiu cech dána drong dron dag- aicdib ZCP xi 95 § 50 . O'Curry, M. and C. iii 115 (dealing with above exx. from Laws) defines as `napping or sleeking the cloth' (?).

fo-brúchta

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Forms: fobrucht

v ā (brúchtaid) spews forth, casts up (from below): tola marb-éisc ... fobruchta muir ... fo chethri tirib hErenn LL 168a14 = fobrucht in muir (pret.), Met. Dinds. iii 557 . possibly LL should be read: fobrúcht a m. (a def. art.).

fobruig

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x see fobraid.

fobthannán

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x feothann .i. fobhthannán, O'Cl. See fogbann, fothannán and omthann.

fobúaid

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x gl. fobuch, Laws v 488.12 Comm. (see 1 fobach). Leg. fobúain ?

fobuide

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adj io-iā yellowish, buff: etuch dub ┐ fobuidhe, Laws ii 148.3 Comm.

fobuirge

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Forms: fobuitge

n a violet: gl. viola ( Ecl. v 38 ) Thes. ii 46.17 ; 48.27 . fobuitge 361.14 .

focach

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Forms: focaich

n o,m. (< Lat. phoca ?) some marine animal; a seal (?): n p. focaich fairgi ` Robben (?)' ZCP xiii 278.6 .

fo-cain

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Forms: bacachain

v (canid) `sings under,' chants; accompanies, bears a burden (in song or music): fomchain lóid luin `a black-bird's lay sings to me' Thes. ii 290.7 ( Sg p. 203 ). ceol caille fom-chanad, Liad. and Cuir. 24.14 . tecait ... failinn, foscain cuach, K. and H. § 27 . foscain do rindib .vii. ngas | ograd ZCP xiii 258.9 (cf. xix 125 ). bindfogur na cuslend ... fochanat céol island rígthig BDD 99 . ni céol sīde séol fodgain LU 3802 ( SC 37 ). crōnān canas [uasa] chreit | focanat roith a charpait his chariot-wheels bear a burden to the chant LU 3805 (ib.). in chlass | fochanat riched rindmass SR 706 . in douibliath ... fotcanot na teorai classa ZCP ix 451z . foscantais raind `they would sing a stave' Fianaig. 10 § 10 . ? ētsid in senchas ... | fo-chan ēcsi ZCP xii 245 § 1 . pret. bacachain in laíd LL 265a22 ( MU² 413 ). Cf. dub a n-aerthar, brec i fochanar, find i mmoltar, Auraic. 5235 where Thurneysen would read i fōcarar, ZCP xvii 291 ). Causative causes to sing, sounds (?): im chloc fo cain cethra (.i. focanus im braigit na cethra) Laws i 126.3 (142.13) ; perhaps which sounds under.