fochaidech

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Forms: foch- adhach

adj o-ā enduring tribulation, afflicted (standing epithet of the patriarch Job): amail Ioib fochaideach YBL 166b22 . tre Iob foc[h]aidech, Anecd. ii 10.21 . foch- adhach, Lism.L. 4500 .

1 fochain

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Forms: f.

n f.¤ and fachain .i. eigheam[h] no glaodh `a cry, shout or call ', P. O'C. Cf. ro léic a ḟochann airdrigh ocus a ghréch curad óss aird ALC i 412x = a ochainn ardrig as, etc., Ann. Conn. 1256 § 6 .

See ochan.

2 fochain

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n f. cause: f.¤ .i. adhbhar, O'Cl. fochain bháis, TSh. 7899 .

See fochonn.

3 fochain

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n .i. fuachtain mar ata troid no imreasain, O'Cl. Hence probably: f.¤, fachain .i. cathaghadh `a fighting, quarrelling , Bickering' P.O'C. A misunderstanding of some ex. of fochonn ?

fochaín

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Forms: fochael, ḟochaol

adj i. smooth below, in lower part: aiged f.¤ ḟorlethan TBC 5306 = fochael TBC² 3244 ; ḟochaol St. Cf. fochóel.

1 fochair

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n the butt-end of a spear (?): ga ... dá dornn .x. etar a hiarann ┐ a f.¤ .i. a hurlann, O'Dav. 495 = a hiarann ┐ an baile a n-egarthar a hadharc fuirre a fochair, .i. a hurlann, Laws iv 226.10 . rod bi fochoir na sleigi triasin deogbaire, Rawl. 131b33 , corresp. to: conecmaing a hirland a n-edan an rechtaire, Anecd. i 16 . Ériu iii 136.12 . Cf. 5 eochair.

2 fochair

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(< 1 fochraíb, Celtica i 342 ) nearness, proximity , only in prep. phrase: i f.¤ near, with, in the presence of: a bfochair, a bfarradh, a bfogus ..., Kirk (`near a body' Eg. Gl. 4 ). na fh.¤ `with or near him' ib. ( Eg. Gl. 285 ). biasu im fochairsi i Pardus indíu LB 142a27 = gu mbiá tú am ḟ.¤ a niú a bpáthras, Luc. xxiii 43 . muna leicthi i f.¤ Pátraic he, Lism.L. 260 . conḟacca in fer ... ar in ḟod ina ḟochuir, Acall. 622 . is iat ba ferr bai i na f.¤ ann sin, Ann. Conn. 1256 § 5 . ina mbai d'occbaidh na Roman uili ina foc[h]air, CCath. 3015 . i forba in caisil i foc[h]air in mara 3711 . dia mbói Maodhócc ┐ Ulltán ... a bfochair aroile together BNnÉ 251 § 206 . a bhḟ.¤ a dhisgiobal, Acts i 4 . an dream do bhíodh im fh.¤ (= qui juxta me erant) TSh. 4239 . mar do mhothaigh E. bas na f.¤ when E. per- ceived that her death was near Ériu xi 202y . Glacais a dhá shleidh ... | is gabhais iad 'na fh.¤ Duan. Ḟ. ii 252 . Beside = compared with: a tteinidh shíordhuidhe atá coimh ghéur sin nach fuil acht sugradh a tteinidh saoghalta na f.¤ , Parrth. Anma 480.1 .

3 fochair

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Forms: —ech

n some branch of poetic science (?): foghlaintidhe .i. fear aga mbí eólus i ndeich leabhraibh d'ḟochoir aige, sin goirthear de fear tiachtana fochoireach `a man who has knowledge of ten books of science ... a man who is acquiring science' O'Curry MS. Mat. 494 (from H. 5. 30 = fear tiachtana focairi, O'Don. 920 (< H 3. 17 c. 654 ). des- gibal .i. fear aga mbí fochoire uile .i. da leabhar déag na fochoireach ib. The form in —ech may be g p., see follg.

fochairich

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Forms: focairich

n (n p. ?) name given to (part of ?) the ninth year's course in the training of a `fili' and consisting apparently in four kinds of `cétnad'; acc. to O'Curry, M. and C. iii 578 (Glossary), one of the parts or books into which `File- decht' [sic] was divided: att eat .iiii. anmand cheithri primrand toedelcha ínso sís .i. fochairich eicsi ... .i. cetnad cuirmthigi, etc. IT iii 51 § 95 . fochairich na hécse, one of the `di raind déc di druimlind dāna' 64 § 131 . focairich [focharc v.l.] eicsi 31.23 . f.¤ admolta 59 § 112 (foichirich BB). foch- airigad molta, Laws v 29 n . ( O'D. 1192 < H 2. 15, 79a ).

See 3 fochair.

fochal ?

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n im fir fear foichlide (.i. na fir bis ar fochalcae, ar claen-conair) ` wrong road ' Laws v 468.1 (470.27) . Intended for fochell ?

fochall

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n ā,f. dirt, filth, ordure: f.¤ ` dirt, filth, corruption, corrupt matter ' P. O'C. ro thuitset a inne ┐ fochull [fochosul, fochasail v.l.] a bronn isin muir, CCath. 2090 . (Fig.) fochall an pheacaidh, TSh. 2319 . an t-eo gan ḟ.¤ , Ó Bruad. ii 88 . buinne ... gan ḟachall gan ḟásbhréithre (of Sarsfield) iii 154 . i bhféith na fochaille fis 194 . gan f.¤ 'n-a ghlórthaibh `corruption' E. O'Rahilly xv 153 ( ITS 1911 ).