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.

focal, focull

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Forms: focull, foccull, focull, focla, focail, —ḟocull, focul, focal, facul, focal(l), facal(l), foccul(l), facul(l), facuil-se

n o,n., later m. (for etym. see Bergin, Ériu xii 135 ). n s. focull Ml 24d30 . d s. dun foccull 125a11 . n du. in da focull sa 51a14 . n p. tri focla , Corm. Y 1228 . tri focail , Laws ii 242.10 ( SM Facs. 29b ). a p. —ḟocull YBL 54b8 . g p. inna focul (gl. dictionum) Sg 26a7 . focal facul (foghluma), focal(l) facal(l) (ón phersain, i.e., vn. of foclaid, q.v.) IGT, Decl. § 17 . As vn., foccul(l) facul(l) (on fuláiremh, add. v.l.), Verbs § 52 . n p. na facuil-se , Decl. ex. 766 . do bhí an t-érlamh 'gá ḟocall, Verbs ex. 463 .

(a) in general sense a word, a vocable: f.¤ quasi uoca[bu]lum .i. guthán, Corm. Y 621 . focul i.e. a uocula , O'Mulc. 552 . Oppd. to bríathar: na digebad cid a oenḟocul dia briathraib a single word that she said Mon. Tall. § 61 . Marc ... ná dlig focul faille `who deserves no word of neglect' Fél. Ap. 25 . a inde in focail is sencus meaning of the word `senchus' Laws i 32.3 Comm. `aingil' is inand iar- neterchert fhocuil ┐ `techtaireda' PH 7151 . cid uathad in timna-sa i fhoclaib, aráide is lethan hi cēill 5839 . In compd. preceded by a defining word: búadfocol an rorādis ... issed ainm forbia co bráth (= you have hit on the exact word) LU 10060 . na ferba filed-sa (inand són ┐ na breath-focla briathar) MR 126.19 . ōr nad fil lem féin findḟocla fair words IT i 68.20 . fir domuin ... no ṡídaigfed da thrí findḟoclaib he would pacify with his three fair words LL 267b41 ( MU² 759 ).

(b) by extension, of connected speech, phrase: senḟoccul sein ... la cach sruith an old saying, proverb SR 2897 . senḟocul so srethaib cland: ni lassamain cech n-oenchrand TBC 2345 . See senfocal. cid focal isin nadmaimm naiscess an feichem dofui[d]ben inna folta sa ? Aicc macu, rombia fiach, etc., what is the word in the contract ... that establishes these ? Bind gurantees, etc., Bürgsch. p. 18 . C. do mharbad d'Ua T. ... tre iomagallam ḟocail tarla etorra ALC i 368.4 (focal , Ann. Conn. 1245 § 1 . iomaccaillaimh feircci FM). f.¤ coirmdhighe `mere words of ale-drinking' Studies 1921, 589 . do réir ḟocail Mhaóise, Exod. viii 31 .

Cf. gabuis in aithgabail fri focul. fogellsat Sencha, bertside doib deisi fri focal, ar foloing focul co arubaruch, O'C. 785 (< H 3. 18, 367a ).

(c) of an estimate, award, judgment, etc.: tabair mo trí lanḟocull damsa IT ii2 227.31 = ar ndtri drinnrusc, Eg. (glossed: focul .i. athchuinghi 256 ). conid ceitri fichid bo cuid focall ┐ impide (of a ransom) AU 1029 (transl. `persuading bribe' in Cod. Clar., FM ii 818 n .) = ceithre fichit bó ḟocail ┐ impidhe FM. dlegur dosom ... mes ┐ focul na críche do tobartas [do thabairt do v.l.] re sétaib `the estimation and award [test ?] of that territory' Laws iii 154.18 Comm. a ṡeoit d'idnacul do dia thig, ┐ mes ┐ focol a críche féin dó leo id. 24 Comm . In Laws a judgment or approval on test (Approbazion, Gutheissung nach Probe Thurn. ZCP xiv 350 ): tri focail for braich (i.e. malt must stand three tests), Laws ii 242.10 ; 244.11 (glossed: .i. tri fromaid 244.12 ). cona mesaib ┐ a toimsib, cona foclaib techtaib (of a calf due to the lord) 248.10 . cona focal (.i. na miach .i. narub searb iatt) iv 94.7 (15) . gaib fort laim fiach damsa huait ... isind forus [s]a ... cona focal ┐ a dilsi ┐ a dilmaine im seilbsi, Bürgsch. 15 § 51a . 17 § 53. (`Richtigerklärung'). ollam foccail (.i. intí foclaiter conid ollam) an approved ollam (one who has passed the tests) Laws v 114.18 ; see MacNeill, PRIA xxxvi C 16. 281 n. 3 . Cf. is focul ata fuirre ┐ ni hincrechad de-side (of a woman who alienates property illegally), Irish Law 69 n. 2 . Cf. iar ndifoilgid ... .i. berar fear feine ┐ liaigh dia focol as ndifolaig, O'C. 802 (< H 3. 18, 372a ; not in Laws i 226 - 8 ).

(d) word i.e. promise: [a] fhocal do bhrisdedh ar Muntrós to break his promise to M. Rel. Celt. ii 184.34 . Parole; guarantee: do rattadh f.¤ ┐ cairde caicthidhisi on iarla doibsimoh FM vi 2302.23 . riasiu ro chaithsiot deiredh a ffocail before the expiration of their parole, ib. z . iar ndeiliucchadh ré focal an Iarla, ┐ gan focal an phrionnsa nó aoinneich eile aca 2304.6 .

(e) gramm. a noun: re hucht n-innsgne ┐ molta ┐ bfocuil pronoun, adjective and noun IGT, Introd. § 16 . ar mholadh ┐ ar fhocal § 19 . Of part of a finite verb ib. 168.22 ; 170.25 .

Compds. focal-cháid reverent of speech: fear ... firén foculchāidh RC xii 320 § 1 . ¤gér: fileadha focailghéara ` pungent-worded ' TD 34.7 .

focalta

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(part. or vb. necess. of foclaid ?): foclaim [foclum; foglumh v.l.] is f.¤ fó trice tesairgne tened, Anecd. ii 74.5 .

fo-carta

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v ā (cartaid)

(a) clears away, thrusts away: fochartaid a tech díb LU 1488 ( MU² 972 ). romgeba in fairend ... ┐ ... fom-cartfat isin teinidh svthain, Aisl. Tund. 96 § 4 (= do ma chur sa t. 123 ).

(b) sends (?): cf. focart hI. dia n-adnacol do F. sent (?) I. to bring them to F. Dinds. 31 = BB 367b33 (perhaps = fúacart).

fócarthach

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adj o,ā (fo-ócair, fúacair) proclaimed, hence outlawed: ba fogarthach a hErinn inti nobriseadh na cāna sin, IT iii 199.1 ( BB 263a3 = focarthach YBL).