fochroisse

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x see fochrus.

fochrothad

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n u,m. (vn. of fo-crotha) shaking, causing to tremble: dobert Goll fochrothad dá uilind fon scíath RC xiv 408z . g s. (?): co rachrithnaig na cricha ... combáig in choblaigsin la méit fochrotha na fairend ... ar slessaib ... na libarn bustle (?) LL 236a37 ( TTr. 1434 ).

fochrúaid

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adj i somewhat hard: fót ... focrúaid LU 8661 ( FB 49 ). LU 10204 ( TEm. 12 ).

fochructa

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x acht besaib f.¤ (.i. acht in fēr dobeir ar focraic), Laws iv 48.14 , 22 (by Atk. referred to fochraic).

fochruí

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x see fochraí.

fochrus

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Forms: fochroisse

n u,m. (< criss ` girdle ,' Gürtung, Ped. i 42 ) used apparently of the bosom or folds of a garment wrapt round (the upper part of ?) the body: concbaim cris dar f.¤ ocot imorchor, Cáin Ad. 6 . acc tuitim a focras an bhrathar falling from the bosom BNnÉ 56 § 60 (cf. teilccis i n-ucht an bhrathar § 58 ). In compd.: fer i cathfochrus bruit deirg LU 4572 = i furchrus bruitt TBC 279 (i cathocras St). Cf. cethochruss no ceatharfochrus bruit TBC² 3395 . ? pl. tri coecait fer ... ┐ fochroisse impu 2895 . f.¤ .i. fo cris, Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 211 (< H 3. 18, p. 81c ). O'Mulc. 557 .

fochsal, foxal

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Forms: foscul, foxol, ḟoxal, fochsul, foxul, focsail, foxail, foxala, foxail, foscul, foxal, foxal, foxla

n o,m. later also f. (perhaps originally neut., cf. foscul nd. LU 6408 ) (vn. of fo-coisle, see Thurn. ZCP viii 77 ). n s. foxol Sg 216b5 . a s. tre ḟoxal 201b7 . trí fochsul Ml 93d5 . d s. foxul 134a3 . Sg 55b4 . 112b3 . g s. focsail, Laws v 190.17 (= foxail SM Facs. 55a ). foxail Laws v 360.13 ; but g s. foxala, d s. foxail, Thes. ii 317.25 , 29 ( Hy ii Comm. ). By metathesis foscul (?) LU 6408 . TBC 2551 . In: ōssar na clainne, gnīm ṅglē, fīr foxal fainne fīre SR 3594 , a rime with ōssar would seem to be intended, but it can be for the eye only.

(a) taking away, removing, carrying off: trí fochsul daitsiu du fortacht[a] huanni Ml 93d5 . .x. do foxul ┐ .g. do ḟorcomet (= ablata x ) Sg 112b3 . iar foxul .tí. (= cum `ti' subtracta) 55b4 . foxul tar ceart unjust seizure (dis- traint) Laws ii 62.12 . hi foxal do eisrechta `for carrying off thy pet animals' i 162.22 . aithne focsail ria slogh `a deposit carried off (in flight from an army)' v 190.17 . fuidir foxail a aitrib `a `fuidir' who has removed his habitation' 360.13 . dérchaīniud di cech feib ... ar homun a foxail airi for fear of its being taken from him ZCP iii 27.28 = Ériu vii 172.4 .

(b) abduction: ben foxail `an abducted wife' Ir. Law 162.5 . fer cetmuindtire foxail, Laws iii 398.17 Comm. (opp. to cétm. urnadma 400.4 . See Ir. Law 88 ; 175 ). fer adaltraigi foxail ib. 22 . madh tainic foxal cucu `if abduction has happened in their case' Ir. Law 162ax . in cutruma ata do chlaind foxail berait foxol trian a cotach uathaib 162by . Cf. foscul ṅdiriuch (`gerades Fortnehmen' Wind., one of Cú Chulainn's feats) TBC 2551 = foxal St. foscul ndírich LU 6408 ( TBC² 1893 ).

(c) excepting, exception (?): thus Thurneysen under- stands it in: cach foxal cen logud, Laws ii 388.18 (`alles [durch Einspruch] Ausgenommene' Ir. Law 54 ).

(d) in gramm. the ablative case (= fochslaid): `ō fhir' a foxaul, Auraic. 1522 = foxal 4741 , but n s. foxla 4754 ( YBL 239b23 ).

See fo-coisle.

fochslad

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n (= fochsal) removing, taking away, sundering: in berla na filed: foxlad do chud re curach (.i. delu[ghu]dh cinn re coloinn) ZCP v 488 § 5 .

fochslaid

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Forms: foxlada, foxlacha, foxlan

n i,f. (see fo-coisle) the ablative case, in Old-Irish gramm. denotes the dative case governed by the prep. ó; nach dú ... inimfogni [in briathar] fri foxlid Ml 27c10 . a quo vel qui .i. a [f]occslaid, Laws v 4.4 Comm. a foxlaid `o fhiur,' Auraic. 1882 . otha in ainmiudh n-uathaid co foxlaidh n-ilair 906 . g s. i forgnuis tobartadha ┐ foxlada 1661 . foxlacha 1647 . foxlan 1645 (= foxlā BB 329a35 ).

fochslaigid

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v g (fochsal) takes away: foxlaigit muige ┐ cricha anad ┐ dithim cintaig, O'C. 1960 (< H 4. 22, p. 10 ). (i.e. distances and boundaries preclude stay and pound).

fócht

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vn act of enquiring Ériu xxxiv 118 : .i. fiarfáighi, O'Cl. fócht fiarfaighe LL 395a12 = foacht, Met. Gl., Ff. 8 . Abstracted from pret. stem of iarmi-foig-; see foacht and fóchtaid.