focuma

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x see fo-ben.

focus

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adj near: bean ḟagas, bean ḟogas = kinswoman (?) IGT, Decl. § 127 .

See ocus.

? fod

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ind atait secht fod la Feine nad contoibget athgabail `seven rights that are not recovered by distraint' Laws v 264.11 (expl.: atait a secht ro fothaigedh ... ib. 17 ). Thur- neysen, ZCP xiii 301 - 302 , suggests fod[la], but the com- mentary does not support this. Cf. foth.

fodad ?

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n fodadh. fec ( spade ?) Stowe Gl. 362 .

Cf. (in a list of `nemid athgabāla') bō fodhadha cumaile O'C. 814 (< H 3. 18 p. 376a ) Leg. fothuda? Cf. fothutha carr .i. im boin fosuidethar carru, O'C. 802 ( H 3. 18, 392 = Laws i 226.32 ; cf. 124.8 ; 134.32 ).

fodáer

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n o,m. an inferior bondsman: only in etym. gl. in Laws, Comm. cach fuidir ... .i. cach f.¤, in dáer aicinta (i.e. a bondsman by birth), Laws v 512.10 . fuidre ... .i. na fodair iii 10.21 . finte fuidir .i. ... for fíni na fodaer iv 290.15 . Cf. fodoíre.

fodail

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Forms: fodail, fodil, fodail, fodil, fodail, fodil, fogail, foghail, faghail, foghuil, faghuil

n i,f. (vn. of fo-dáli). Sg 147a3 . fodail Ml 100b22 n s. or a s. fodil, Thes. i 495.2 ( Arm. 77a1 ). a s. fodail Sg 33a5 , 61a18 . fodil LU 6122 , 6123 . d s. fodail Ml 22d16 . fodil, Mon. Tall. § 77 . In later MSS. freq. written fogail. foghail faghail (ón dá chéill) in the two senses (i.e. distributing and spoiling , see fogal) IGT, Decl. § 37 . foghuil faghuil (na séd) § 10 .

(a) in general sense dividing, distributing ; gl. divisio Sg 188a11 . fodhail .i. roinn no sgáoileadh, O'Cl. Esp. of distributing food at meals; etc. dosrocht gorta ... dos- rort fri fodla fodard murmuring at rations (?) SR 3398 . ro gabad dáil ┐ raind ┐ f.¤ they have begun pouring out liquor, carving meat and distributing (both) TBC 1195 . ni léiced raind nā f.¤ i tig Nemid, Ériu vi 148.35 . trí gretha tige deg-laích .i. grith fodla, etc. Triads 99 (expl. .i. gáir ag fodhail a mbídh, p. 38 ). rombui nonbur ... i ndorus ind lis ... ni tairnechtar f.¤ (i.e. they had not arrived for (the time of) distribution) IT ii 178 . toisech fodla `chief of distribution' (? `the first to be helped' SG ii 352 ) RC xiii 446 § 26 . cach lestar fodlai (.i. copana ┐ ballana ┐ milana uma) every dispensing vessel Laws v 406y ( SM Facs. 24b ). bad fleda a fadla (= they will dispense abundant good cheer) ZCP viii 110 § 10 . do fodil a toraid do bochtaib, Mon. Tall. § 77 (end). a leth do fogail do bochtaib, Ériu vii 154 § 5 . iss ē cétchrod cain | tuc dond ḟéin re ard-ḟ.¤ , Fianaig. 48 § 17 . feraid fodil di fer lessaib ar óenāthib Ulad scatters warriors' limbs (?) LU 6122 . Anmchad Osraige amra caíne fadla flaithrige IT iii 32 § 4 (`herrlichster Aufteiler der Fürstenherrschaft' Bruchst. i § 13 ).

(b) a part, share, portion: enech ... issi rann ita f.¤ na sians the face is the part (of the body) in which the senses have their portion O'Mulc. 403 . ro rand cert fodla dona sluagaib (of spoil) `just divisions' TTr.² 1911 (? justice of division, i.e. fair sharing ). iat sin na fodla ergna ... ind Fhind (i.e. the dissevered members) Met. Dinds. iii 374 . dorigne Cír .xl. fodail don tsrut[h] BB 7a6 . doronadh .xl. fodail leis de ib. 36 . ro idbair ... Tóim nEirc cona fodlaib feraind ZCP iii 206 § 3 = FM 645 . craebh-fhoghla ... caibniusa tuath ramifications of tribes MR 98.14 . co fuil in dileghadh arna fogailt (foghail v.l.) a tri modhaib that digestion is divided into three modes RC xlix 34.6 .

(c) a logical division, a class or category: oés cacha dāna cen inandus fodla no aiste differing in the class and nature (of their occupation) Dinds. 40 . teora fodla fuil for inchaib duine .i. enicland ┐ enechruice ┐ enechgriss, Laws v 96.5 . do cach fodlai [leg. fodail (?] trebe 406.14 ( SM Facs. 24b ). cis lír fodla tīre ? nī ansa : dí fodail ... eatham ┐ aineatham, Laws iv 276.1 . cis lir fodlai for rigaib? teoir fodla ... rii benn, rí bunaid 328.22 . cis lir fodlai filet forsin mbairdne? nī ansa. cóeca fodal [fodhla v.l.] IT iii 6 § 4 . cis lir fogla ogaim? (classes of letters), Auraic. 5490 . na hocht n-airig sualach cona fodlaib ZCP iii 24.31 . anmann na fodladh 25.5 .

(d) a minor class or kind, a subclass: atat ceithri hernaile for crandaib .i. airigh fedha ┐ athaig fedha ... ┐ fodhla fedha (i.e. shrubs), Auraic. 1151 = fogla Laws iv 146y ).

Possibly also in the phrase: dogní f.¤ di makes light of (see fodál).

Compd. ¤rann a division, part: a ttri focchail-randaibh (leg fodhal-r.) an betha, Ériu iv 51 § 9 (i.e. the continents of Europe, Asia and Africa). fo thrí foghailrannaibh an bheatha ITS i 106.7 , 50.14 , 120.15 .

fodáil

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x see fodál.

fodailt

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Forms: forfodailtea, fodailt, foghalta, fogailt

n (late form of fodail) dividing, distributing: dā berla sechtmogat for f.¤ doib divided among them Auraic. 1244 (fodail v.l. but also forfodailtea of which for fodailt may be a corruption. See fo-dáli). ? g s. Adham ... prim-iosdad ... gacha foghalta fine of every ramification of families MR 98.13 . fogailt RC xlix 34 cited s.v. fodail (b).

fodailtech

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adj o-ā one who distributes; given to distribution; lavish, generous: Feinius Farsaidh .i. fodhailtech, ar is é roḟodhail in sgol fó ilchinelaibh in domain, Cóir Anm. 221 . Murchadh ... fodhailteach séd ┐ saormhaoineadh FM v 1736.11 . feidil f.¤ amail Iop, Lism. L. 2744 .

fo-daim

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Forms: -fodaim, fodaimim, fodaimi, -fodmai, fodaim, fodaimem, fodaimid, fodaimet, -fodmat, fadam, fudama, -fodmain, -fordamainn, fondamtis, fondidmae, -fuidema, didmat, fadidmed, forodamar, forrodamar, forodamair, furodamair, forodamair, -fordámair, furodamnatar, fondro- damnatar, forodmotár, fondamtar, rodaim, fodaim, fodaitiu, fodémam, fodémat, rofódmustar, fodmaiter, forodamar, roḟódmatar, ḟódmar, odaim, ḟodhoimh, odaim, adaim, ro-odimset, odaimset, odēmad, fordaim

v (daimid) protot. -fodaim. O.Ir. forms: pres. 1 s. fodaimim Wb 23b12 . 2 sg. fodaimi Ml 55d11 . -fodmai siu ib. 3 s. fodaim 38d14 . Sg 15b5 . 143a6 . 1 pl. fodaimem Ml 111c13 . 2 pl. fodaimid Wb 17b24 , 23c7 . 3 pl. fodaimet 2c10 . -fodmat 20c21 . pres. subj. 1 s. cia fadam Wb 29d27 . 3 s. cia fudama Ml 68d14 . past subj. 1 s. -fodmain se 73c7 . (perf.) -fordamainn 107b8 . 3 pl. fondamtis 34b11 . fut. 2 s. fondidmae 35c33 . 3 s. -fuidema 56c9 . 3 pl. fos didmat 15c10 . sec. fut. 3 s. fadidmed Sg 137b5 . perf. 1 s. forodamar Ml 22d5 . forrodamar (rel.) Wb 19d20 . 3 s. forodamair Ml 54b28 . furodamair 131b12 . forodamair PH 1656 . -fordámair LU 9099 . 3 pl. furodamnatar Ml 96b8 . fondro- damnatar 105b9 . forodmotár LU 2567 ( RC xxv 240 ). Pass. subj. pres. pl. fondamtar Ml 46d6 . rodaim Ériu ii 130 § 100 is prob. < ro fodaim , perf. pres.

Vn. foditiu (fodaitiu), q.v.

The redupl. fut. gives way to ē-forms early in Mid. Ir.: 1 pl. fodémam LU 9012 ( FB 76 ). 3 pl. fodémat LU 2749 . Dep. forms occasionally occur, esp. in pret. and perf.: 3 s. rofódmustar PH 1622 . 3 pl. (pret. ?) fodmaiter 4325 . perf. 1 pl. forodamar 2219 . 3 pl. roḟódmatar 1621 . pres. subj. 1 s. dia ḟódmar 2428 . With omission of lenited f : (s. pret.) na ro odaim (ro ḟodhoimh v.l.) Cog. 52.20 . nar odaim , ro adaim 56.16 , 18 . ro-odimset (ro fodhoimhsiot v.l.) 50.18 . nir odaimset 56.20 . sec. fut. na odēmad 66.18 .

(a) suffers, endures: transl. Lat. pati, perpeti, sustinere in Glosses. cia fudama in firián ní du imnedaib Ml 68d14 . mad ain[m]netach fondamtar inna imneda 46d6 . fodamtis ... már do ríagaib, Fél. Prol. 51 . in dabach tanaise nis fodaim nech ar a tes LU 3795 ( SC 36 ). fulliuchta na crécht forodaim ó Iudib LU 2571 . o ro fodaimsium na crechta sin from whom He endured those wounds 2573 (sic leg. RC xxv 240.12 ). fodema do bás ar a ndernais, Mart. Tall. 104 ( LL 358 marg. sin.). ro fódmustar Abél ... [ingreim] o Cháin PH 1622 . roḟódmatar ingreim 1621 . co rodiglum ... ar n-ancride fair ... do neoch forodamar of all that we suffered 2219 . mōr ... d'imnedh ┐ d'eccomnert ro ḟodaimsiot ... ó Danmarcachaibh, Cog. 4.13 . fodidmaid itaid ┐ gorta ye shall endure BB 429a49 . fodemaid smacht indara tigerna (= sustinebit) RC ii 384 . Transf. of things: fodaim apos- troiph suffers apostrophe Sg 15b5 . intan fo n daim .i. a cumscugud when `i' undergoes change 11a1 .

Abs.: hissind ingreim-se forodamair Alpan suffered (martyrdom) Anecd. iii 65 (cf. Lat. passus est). roḟodaimh- sidhe sé bliadhna décc i ttrebhlaid FM i 406.9 . Gramm.: is hinonn persan gnís ┐ fodaim that acts and suffers (of subj. of vb. in passive) Sg 143a6 .

In: fordaim dám nónbair BDD 34 (LU) we perhaps have perf. pres. of this verb; leg. fordaim dāim can support a company?

(b) bears with (a pers.); submits to, brooks, tolerates, allows: fodaimid nech as messa duib Wb 17b24 . ar roḟo- damar Ísu inti Iudas dia brath, cid ... ar nach fódemaind-sea Bricio dom athisiugud? Lat. Lives 99z . nicon fordamar suide ... do fir díob he did not suffer one of them to sit down Mon. Tall. § 85 . ni fordámair trá a bruth ... cen techt his ardor did not suffer [him] not to go LU 9099 ( FB 85 ). nad fordamarsa gol ban ... cen etráin forru LL 119a1 . cona fodema in cissaige éraic a dligid dia flaith ... cona fodema in ben brethir a cētmuintire huasu, Rawl. 111a42 - 44 (uaste v.l., RC xxvi 42 § 222 ). ni fodhemasu tarcasul neich fort, CCath. 636 . ni mo bad é Corc ... na odemad tār na letheti sin (ro démhadh, om. na, v.l.), Cog. 66.18 . gur bhó lais a bhás ... ria siú nó ḟoidhemhadh an dímiadh ... fuair FM vi 2360 . go ro ḟodaimh an t-iarla a ghabháil suffered himself to be taken 2168 .

Intrans. with DO (as simple vb.): mairg ḟodmas do dhoman ┐ dinsimiges brethir ṅDé submits to (?) LB 12b47 = ḟoghnus domhan 23 N 27, 33 . Impers constr.: ní rofodaim dó cen tairniudh dívmais Lámhedhoin could not refrain from humbling the pride of L. TTr.² 63 = LL 397b23 (cf daimid III). There may be a double entendre in follg. ex.: Assu ainm Nessi ... re marbad a móraite: | ni hassu ainm raḟodaim | o ro ḟuapair fri thogail LL 144b9 = `Assu was no longer the name she bore,' `the name she endured was no easy one.' See Ériu iv 22 § 2 .

fodair

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ind i lLife laind f.¤ (: cobair) LL 35b7 = fogair, Rawl. 83b35 ( ZCP xii 436 : `into the neighbouring land of Liffey'). Form and meaning doubtful. Cf. fo-fodair ?