? fochor

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n o,m. sub-contract (?); wrongful contract (?): an- flaith cach fochorach .i. is drochflaith in cach cuiris focuru indligech [sic] for a ceilib, O'C. 453 (< H 3. 18 p. 241b ) = anflaith cach fochrach .i. flaith foocartar dligi ┐ indligi, O'C. 468b (< H 3. 18, 246 ). Cf. nach fochrach .i. fear fono- chair cuir ib. O'C. 468a . Perhaps corrupt.

fochorach

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adj o-ā one who makes bad contracts (?): see fochor, fochrach.

fochóraigid

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v denom. arranges underneath (?): a fochair .i. a hurlann .i. a fochoraigther impi (of a spear-shaft), O'Dav. 495 . An etymological explanation.

fochorsid

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Forms: foch- arrsaigh

adj i epithet of a horse: indara hech ... traigmar fótmar f.¤ TBC² 1976 ( LU 6490 ) (= focharrsaid TBC² 2558 . foch- arrsaigh ZCP x 299.1 ). ech ... fótmar focursid LL 120a41 .

Cf. fochuirse.

fochosul

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Forms: fochosul, fochasail

ind of excrements: fochull [fochosul, fochasail v.l.] a bronn, CCath. 2090 . droncc mōr ... & siatt ic tobruch- tadh fochossail a mbronn ... tar a mbruinnibh sechtair 6129 C (focassail F).

fochra

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Forms: f.

ind n p. ? clouts, patches (?); ragged or patched garments (?): pitutis palastris [leg. pittaciis palliastris, cf. Josue ix 5 ] .i. f.¤ , Thes. i 1. 21 .

fochrach

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n o,m. (fo-cren-) a hireling, mercenary: amal atreba in f.¤ a ḟocraicc `as the mercenary hath his pay' Sg 35a2 . in-saigh f.¤ fochraic, Ériu xiii 22.16 (insaig f.¤ fochreic .i. in fear foichli a focheall d'fagail, O'Dav. 865 ). See under fochor.

fochraí

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Forms: fochrai, ḟochruib

n ,f. a partition or wall of boards (?): crandc[h]- aingel ... is cliat[h] a ainm cona f.¤ clāraid, Corm. Y 371 . (= coni fochrae claraigh, Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 176 < H 3. 18, 66.1 ). (post salutam maceriam) in fochrui .i. á n imbe bís immun fini ón (f.¤ that is, the fence which is around the vine) Ml 102a13 . g s. airddi na fochrai fo lí | huasna fothaib findruini | cubat fri fut a lāme (corrected from fochlai) SR 4249 , of Tabernacle , corresponding to: rop e airde na froiged findruine .i. cubat ... LB 120b34 . d p. eclas ... cetharcuir cu ḟochruib forórdai aice ib. l.22 = cu focraib BB 241b29 , corresp. to: fachlai febdai forordai SR 4228 .

Cf. fochraíb (?)

1 fochraíb

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(ds. fo + cráeb, Celtica i 342 ; also fochraib, see cit. at end of II).

I As adv. or attrib. with cop. near, close to, at hand: im fochroíb bá chían (gl. vel modo vel pridem) Sg 151b2 . roḟitir co mba fochraib dia ētsecht LB 33ay . curbo focraibh bās dōu, Lism.L. 564 .

II Subst. nearness, proximity , commonly in phrase: i f.¤ near, close to , with DO or gen. a cein a focraib, Aisl. MC 122.8 . o ḟochraibh in tíre from near the land CCath. 1930 (? leg. ochraib, Celtica i 342 n. 4 ). mani bé nech aile ... i focraib dó, Mon. Tall. § 79 . itchon- nairc Patraic i fochraib dosum, LB Fél. lxxxiii 29 . mīl atcīthur a fochruibh chuithe, Laws ii 58.6 Comm. tancatar i fochraib Ísu PH 3101 . co bia tú indiu imm' fochraib-sea i pardus 2893 . imdigem ... i fhochraib in tii nom tídnaicend fri croich towards 3072 . muna theagmadh lucht a freastail ... ina focraibh da ḟoiridin CF 52 . ni lodar a focharuib na hanma in company with Ériu v 122.51 . robui a righan ... hi fochruib gacha righ, St. Ercuil 163 . ro suidhsit ... a fochruibh arale 321 . do deachaidh gach aon baoi na fochraibh dia dechsain FM i 340.11 . ro cuimnig cāch a anfolta a céin ┐ a focraib diaraile ann sin their grudges old and new (?) CF p. 75.73 . forfhagaibh tra Patraicc fágbála ... do D. ┐ dia chlannmaicne .i. forfagaibh doibh ina fho- craibh buaid n-einigh ... fora mnaibh `in the near future' (? besides ) BNnÉ 25 § 11 . na fhochraoibh (: naoimh) near him Dán Dé iv 22 . Beside = compared with: ba suail um fhochraibh (: sochraibh) th'aighneas `poor would be your argument compared with mine' Content. xxii 24 .

2 fochraíb

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Forms: fochraīb

n a subordinate branch (of a family or race): ? g p. cach sathe díib rogab cruīb | sethnu hErend, nī dāl fochraīb ZCP viii 308.20 . In pl. of persons, kinsmen: cona mbrá- thrib ┐ chobnestaib ┐ chocélib ┐ cona ḟochraíbib ar cheanai [sic leg.], TTr.² 1826 .

fochraíbe

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n f.

(a) nearness: in ti tic do cosnum resin ecluis, cach fochruibe tic do dlighed is siaaide uadha e the nearer he comes ... the farther he is from it O'Don. 508 (< H 3. 17, c. 413 ). d'ḟachraibe a ḟialusa the nearness of his relation- ship MR 238.13 .

(b) fig. readiness; assiduity (?): f.¤ oc timthirecht, Tec. Corm. § 4.10 . apstanit co fochraibi ZCP iii 447.6 (i.e. in sight of food ?).