fochlaid

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Forms: fochlaidh

(vn. of fo-claid)

(a) burrowing, undermining, up- rooting (earth): fochlaid cach síde LU 10914 (= fochlade, Ériu xii 184 ). di loscad no di f.¤ [fochlaic v.l.] ecalse `digging under a church' Cáin Ad. 45 . is fri ochluid dogní ... amail muic `works at rooting' O'Dav. 761 . caithe muc ... ma fochlaidh tire (.i. mad tochailt in talmun), Laws iv 96.17 (98.3) . Cf. sruib tuirc fochlaid `the snout of a rooting hog' iv 310.18 (see Críth G. 185 and n .). gadaid[e] fuirregar og gait no og foclad 23 Q 6, 37b17 .

(b) concrete a cavity, hole, pit: fochlaidh (gl. cavicula) Ir. Gl. 229 . f.¤ fil i tir Guent (= Lat. fovea), Todd Nenn. 116 . gur cuired fo ḟoch- laidhibh talman hé (of burial), Acall 1177 . 2847 . ar na chur fá ḟochlaitib talman 2606 . ro hadnaicit cuirp na laecraidhe leo ... fo fochlaidhiph na caladh, CCath. 2857 .

See 2 fochla.

fochlaide

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adj io-iā epithet of a cloak: brat odarda fochlaidi TBC² 3210 (= bha chuaslae TBC 5272 ). Leg. fo chl. ?

fochlann

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n ā,f. a subordinate clan: d'orccain ina focland ro bhattar ar comairce Beraigh BNnÉ 40 § 82 .

fochlár

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n o,m. lit. lower table or surface; of the forehead: a bhfóchlár a éadain, Todd Lect. iv 102z .

fochli

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n m. fochloc ... i sochli [leg. .i. fochli] seca .i. cen forboist. [leg. forbairt] for a dān `a hard sub-tree ' Laws iv 360.8 Comm. foclucc .i. focli sec v 26.28 Comm . Prob. glossator's invention.

fochlithar

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n (clithar) shelter, covert: i foc[h]lithar a starga ┐ a mbocoiti, CCath. 5817 .

fochloc

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Forms: -uc, -ug, foch- locan, fochlocc, fochlog, focluc, fochloch, ḟocluic

n (-og, -uc, -ug) (a special use of 2 fochluc, UR 44 ) o,m. (earlier n-stem ? cf. foch- locan) a poet or `fili' of a lower grade, for whose qualifications see IT iii 112 , 115 ; Laws i 46.1 Comm ; v 26.25 , his specific metre was the `dian'; he was allowed two attendants; his reward for a poem was a heifer (samaisc): his honour- price varied according as he was the son of a `fili,' or not, or was `innraic' or not; also according to the status of his patron (`rí túaithe' or `rí Érenn'). ( v 116 App .). His `díre' equalled that of `flaith' or `eaglais,' Ériu xiii 32.11 . His protection extended to five persons: doeimh Fochlog fíorchoiger, 33.13 , sē grādha filedh ... .i. fochloc, macfuir[m]edh, etc. IT iii 97.1 (cf. Ériu xiii 32.11 ). glamh in ḟochloic , ib. IT iii 97.14 . f.¤ [fochlocon LB] nomen grāid filed, Corm. Y 587 (where the word is connected with fochlocán or fochlocht, cf. Laws iv 360.7 ). fochlocc, Laws iv 356z . fochlog, Ériu xiii 32.11 . tricha [scél] la fochluc, Laws i 46.1 Comm. focluc, O'Mulc. 537 . fochloch ZCP v 499 § 7 . foclucc (... focael og he, og a dan ┐ og a log), Laws v 26.28 Comm. in fochlucc, samhaisc a einecclann, ┐ samaisc log a aiste, ┐ is iat sin [viz. ollam filed ┐ fochlucc] in dias is commór einecclann ┐ logh aiste, ┐ oc righ thuaithe atait and sin, etc. O'Don. 1214 (< H 2. 15, 84 ). Laws v 116 . má fuaras uait ... aiceacht is mé i n-aois ḟocluic `when a novice' Content. ix 6 . Cf. bud ead fochlucc bruinde bias fo dheoid and S. ingen E. YBL 329a22 (misprinted fothlucc and rendered 'opener of the womb' ML 154.1 ). v s. a ḟocluic ! xxii 29 .

fochlocan

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Forms: fochlocon, -án, -ain

n perhaps originally fochlocon, gen. of foch- loc (-lucc), and the form in -án a later development. Cf. the d s. -ain below.

I = fochloc: fochlocon .i. nomen graid filead, Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 = fochloc, Corm. Y 587 . lógh n-enech fochlagan, ┐ boaireach, Ériu xiii 33.4 . aen set gabla diri fochlaccain, Laws v 58.16 . in fochlacan filead, samaisc a eneclann ┐ samaisc a logidheacht a aisdi, ib. 26 Comm . dís dano dāmh fochlacáin for tuaith, Corm. Y 587 . in da [ = ina ?] daim do fochlocain (: sin), Auraic. 2252 . ō ollomain co fochlogain (: focail) ZCP ix 172.10 . samaisc [sic leg.] don [ḟ]ochlogain (: cain) ib. 7 . díana fochlocán (foclacan B) IT iii 31.15 . Cf. fior ḟochlagán, Ériu xiii 22.28 .

II A young boy, a schoolboy: ar na bhreith do bhí an macámh | ag fás mar gach bhfochlacán, GF, DDána 37 § 7 .

? fochlocan

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n name of a plant: fochlocon ... for a chosmailius fri fochlocain asberar. dí dullind fairsium in cétbliadain, Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 = ar a c. fri cois fochlacain, Corm. Y 587 . See fochlocht and fochloc.

fochloch

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adj iatha agarba ainmīne, feranna fochlocha fir- chruaide `hard stony [pebbly ?] lands' Ériu viii 8.19 .

fochlocht, fothlacht

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Forms: fothlacht, fothlacht, fothlachd

n u,m. name of an edible aquatic plant: fothlacht (gl. berulla), Arch. i 331 . fothlacht bibulca Hog., Luibhl. gass biroir, gass fochluchta LU 5529 ( TBC² 1046 ). dornd fochlochta LU 5648 (fochluchta TBC² 1169 ) = dorn fothlochta TBC 1834 (fochlachta St). glac ḟochlachta TBC² 2352 . itconncatar in lochtobar ... ┐ ba hadbal leo mét ... in bhilair ┐ ind ḟochluchta ro bhoí fair, Acall. 88 (` brook-lime ' O'Gr. SG ii 103 ). a thobuir ... nír léiced fás dot' ḟ.¤ Acall. 92 . buaid fothlachta ┐ fir-usce `brook- lime' Fen. 178.14 . is iat-so na haisgeda tucad doib ... | usge findglan, fothlochta 184.3 . a biolar ... et a fothlachta feadánach fíorbhog `water parsnips' O'Bruad. i 110 . ? athaba i fothlacht (hellebore among esculent plants ?) Thr. Ir. Gl. 34 s.v. orc treith = ath[aba] i fothracht, Corm. Y 1018 ; hi fothrocht, Bodl. Corm. āith i fochlucht mac mná drúithe dlúthar i n-iarfine ucht, Ériu xi 48 (where aith is gl. by aithaba) = fothlachd, O'Gr. Cat. 145 (from a law-tract, of an illegitimate son acquiring land in his mother's tribe; `a[lime-] kiln in a cooking-pit' O'Gr., as if `fulacht').

Cf. fochluc.