fochmen

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x see fo-ben.

fochmuine

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n harvest, autumn: sam dubach, f.¤ cen messu RC xxvi 46 § 231 . co hurthosach Fochmhuine, Hugh Roe 68.21 (f. 18b) = co medhón August, ib. 11 . FM vi 1948 .

fochmur

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n sediment ? d s. gl. faece [nigri sanguinis], Thes. ii 26.38 ( Bcr 37a2 ).

fochnach

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adj o-ā (cf. fochan ?) ríoghacht mhoighe fochnaigh Fáil ` corn-abounding ' TD 9.9 .

fochnad

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x see fochnod.

fochnaid ?

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ind iomdha f.¤ doní ar n-easccairde ar an bpriomh- adhacht ... dh'fonn ... fuatha do chur ar ar neaglaisne, Luc. Fid. 263.19 . Leg. fochmaid ?

fochnam, fochnám

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(fo-cná) vn. corroding, wearing away: a fochnam co peccad 'wearing it away with sin' Ériu xl 10 § 6 (Bretha Nemed Toísech) . ind mongaigh nach féad gan fochnámh `can't keep from sneers' O'Br. ii 136 . Cf. fo-cná.

fochnet

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n ā,f. (cnet) murmuring, complaining: aíne ... cen a fochneit ... mor a ḟochraic LL 363 marg. inf. ( Mart. Tall. 120 ).

fochnocán

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Forms: fochnochán

n o,m. (fochan) young, tender grass: fochnochán `young, tender sorrage or grass, corn ' P. O'C. an feóithne ┐ an fochnagán .i. an chuid is sine ┐ is óige do'n fhéar, TSh. 2645 .

fochnod

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n m. (cf. condud, connud `firewood') tinder, small firewood; a blaze (?): f.¤ .i. fochondud, lasamain dobeir for teinid ... inde dicitur: gilithir geltine giliu fochunad, noch is lasair sin, Corm. Y 591 = fochonnad .i. fo chonad lasamain doberar hi (no fo) tenid, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 20 . fochnadh lasamnach laegaidh, Met. Gl., Eg. 14 . fochnad .i. lasamnacht, Phil. Soc. Tr., 1859, 185 . foch- nada[d] .i. lasamnacht, Lec. Gl. 527 . fachnadad lasam- nacht, Stowe Gl. 379 . fochnadh .i. críonach connaidh `a faggot of small dry sticks' Cormac and O[ld] G[lossary] ex Cormac, P. O'C.

fochobrad

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n f. (cobrad) a small boss: cuarsciath ... cona secht focobradaibh cuasta corpchruinne cenncorra ina crobuailidh ... immon fossadh-cobraidh moir medonaigh ... amail tulcha urisle im ardchnoc, CCath. 5316 .