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 ?

? fodairecht

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Forms: foidirecht, foi- dhírecht, fotāirecht

n Brissead ainm in fir ba beacht dorighne ar tus fodairacht BB 25b3 = foidirecht, Lec. 548b16 ; foi- dhírecht 23 E 26, 242 ; fotāirecht LG III 60 . Refers apparently to tillage or agriculture .

fodaite ?

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n f.¤ .i. foudau, O'Mulc. 564 .

fodál

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n ā,f. (2 dál) an affair of minor importance, a trifle: fodhála .i. mionchuiseanna, O'Cl. (Prob. citing Met. Dinds. ii 26 , see below). denaidh fodhail ┐ brígh mbicc dibh make light of them CCath. 5093 . do róine fodhail ┐ bricch mbicc dona sccélaibh, Hugh Roe 286.3 (f. 75b) . ... neimhdeithitin righ na Spáine imna Gaoidhealaibh & nach derna acht fodhail & bricch mbicc dhíobh 266z (71a) . Cf. further: Berchán rocháid | no Émin cen ḟodáil ( trifling, pettiness ?) LL 305b20 ( SG 382y ). bái riam fri rotblá rorá | uas Fótla cen fodála (: rodána), Met. Dinds ii 26 (without digressing ?).

fo-dáli

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Forms: fodali, fodáli, fotdáli, fodalet, -fodlat, fodalib, fodailfea, fondrodil, fodailter, -fodlatar, -fodlaiter, fodailte, forodlad, fordaled, -fordailti, fodl-, fadl-, fagl-, fogluith, fosdaile, fodlat

v i O.Ir. forms: Pres. 2 s. fodali Ml 39c2 . 3 s. fodáli Sg 121b1 . fotdáli Wb 12a8 . 3 pl. fodalet Sg 72a3 , 4 . -fodlat 197a21 . fut. 1 s. fodalib sea Ml 78a10 . 3 s. fodailfea 90a8 . perf. 3 s. fondrodil Wb 10a11 . Pass. pres. s. fodailter Sg 3b15 . pl. -fodlatar 72b1 . -fodlaiter 28b22 . pret. pl. fodailte LU 4656 . perf. s. forodlad 4793 . cf. ra fordaled TBC 115 . pl. -fordailti, Laws iv 298.7 (CG). -fordailte, Auraic. 152 . Later treated as simple vb. with stem fodl-, fadl- (fogl-, fagl-), e.g. Met. Dinds iii 270 , cited below. Vn. fodail, q.v.

(a) With DO, FO, FOR of indirect obj. distributes, dispenses, apportions, bestows ; glosses Lat. impertire, partiri, dis- tribuere: trenib fine foglaigthear (fodluiter v.l.) `it is distributed to the thirds of the fine' Ir. Law 143 ( Laws iv 38 ). Freq. of distributing food (often with ellipse of obj.). ag fudáilfidi la ríg L., Trip. 188.14 (-e Trip.² 2210 ). fodlid dún ... a mbiad ! TBFr. § 11 (LL) = foglaid RC xxiv 146 . fogluith ZCP iv 36 . fodailter ... bíad ┐ lind dóib LU 8216 ( FB 16 ). forodail dig don mnaí LU 4297 ( SG 84.26 ). rafordaled fled forro TBC 115 . adubairt P. . foghail ind uisqui for Ard M. ┐ for Airthera, Lism L. 1518 . ra fodailte seóit ┐ maíni ... dóib LL 263b2 ( MU² 215 ) (cf. foigheolaidh mor maine amach, Duan F. ii 72 which may belong to fodlaid). Mael Fathartaig fodlad graig LL 150b11 . co toimle co fordala | do cach óin dodnimgara, Ériu iii 98 § 14 . rofhoghuil B. na bū do bhochtaibh, Lism. L. 1306 . cia fhódlar m'uile ind- musa do bochtaib PH 5914 . ro fothoil gach ní fobúi lais do bochdaib, Aisl. Tund. 94 § 3 = do sgaoil ... ar, p. 121 . cia gaba a n-edparta ... nos-fodla distribute them Arch. iii 318 § 67 = fosdaile LB 261a69 . is amlaid so fodailter thus it is distributed (of the arrangement of metrical feet in a poem) IT iii 74.17 . is amlaid so ro ḟoghail int aingel do Colum C inna minna .i. in coach do Dhun ┐ cloic in aidechta do Ard Macha, etc. AU 552 . roḟcghuil C. in cain sin 10 seacht primhtuathaibh na Teamhrach RC xliii 12 § 5 . forodail [Críst] ilbélra ... dia desciplaib, Ériu ii 200.11 (ro ḟodhail v.l. ). othrus ... fodailter 10 miad sick-attendance is given according to rank Laws ii 36.7 . Abs.: fodaledsom do bochtaib co mmór, Mon. Tall. § 77 .

(b) With abstr. obj. dispenses, disseminates: fodlad .i. scailed, Lec. gl. 367 . fadhlaidh .i. sgaoilidh, O'Cl. Cf. fadlaim cech fír atfedhe, Leb. Gab. i 114 . fadlaidh cech fis atfédhim 162 = foglam (: adhram) BB 33b27 ; fodlaid (: adraid) LL 10b43 . mé int úa Flaind fodlas fíru LL 6a8 = Leb. Gab. i 70 . a fir fadlas (: labras) sós na sen! Met. Dinds. iii 270 . is as foghailter soos do dainib, Anecd. v 24.7 . magen asa fordailte ... na hilberla, Auraic. 152 .

Hence with pers. obj. sends in different directions, dis- perses ; often folld. by FO: fosdáil ... Issu fo ṡíl nÁdim (of the Apostles), Fél. July 15 . forodlad in t-ochtmad xxx. chēt deac fón slóg n-ule has been distributed throughout the entire army LU 4793 = raḟodlad TBC 658 . is leis foro- dalta Conaille fo hÉrinn ZCP viii 330.29 . treb Leúi didiu rofóglad side fó thuathaib mac nIsrael uile LB 125a2 . descipol ... na scoili rofocail [-fothail v.l.] Feinius do Grec- aibh do fogail na nilbérla fo cricha in domuin which F. sent out IT iii 193.1 . Cf. F.F. ... is é roḟodhail in sgol fó ilchinelaibh in domain, Cóir Anm. 221 . (Reflex.) a Finda- bair Chúalgni fosdáilset int slóig the hosts dispersed LU 5344 . mosluadat ... ┐ fosdailed co hAlmain they disperse i.e. move away Dinds. 16 = BB 359a44 . Cf. further: fodail in n-echraid unyoke RC xiv 402 . fodáilset siabra a ndochum LL 160b13 (`loosed elves at them' Dinds. 15 ).

(c) divides (into parts or sections): ros-fodail indíb cuibhrennaib déc (= dividebat) Lat. Lives 69 . saltair Duid fodailter i cóic libru, Hib. Min. 2.46 . fodailet [na cethra] Iuchna co a n-adarcaib rend asunder Dinds. 16 . fotdáilfind a n-ilparti LU 5672 . co ro fodlaiset in sruth i min-srothu, Rawl. 74b8 , cf. roscail ro fadail [in sruth] ib. 27 ( ZCP iii 19.10 ). fogailter na haimsera RC xlix 8.3 . foglais a ferann uili ... a tri randaib BB 412a10 . co fodailseam-ni hÉrind we have partitioned Ériu iv 144 § 22 . Here perhaps: iar sin co bráth rosfodail, Met. Dinds. i 44 . ? fodailter bec i mbecuibh `small is distinguished in the case of small (animals)' Laws ii 74.24 Comm. (of fines for damage done by cattle or fowl; small amounts are apportioned ?). ceithri berla sechtmogat as gach berla dib-sen, is ed rofadlad and, Auraic. 159 = rofoghlad 2460 (YBL). Intrans.: nós ... Nēill Naighiallaig 'ma foglait ┐ 'ma frémaigit neartchlanna Neill teas ┐ tuaid branch off MR 116.20 . Shares: is úadib- sidi rofodlait inse Mara T., Hog. Nenn. § 3 ( LU 25 = Rawl. 71a11 ).

(d) distinguishes, differentiates: ni fodlat chenél (gl. non discernunt genera) Sg 197a21 . fodáli cenél 107a5 .

fodalta

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Forms: fodlaide, fodálta

adj io-iā (Mid. Ir. part. of fo-dáli; repl. fodlaide; later also fodálta) divided, separate, several: roscuir úad ... na n-ágib minta ┐ na cethramthanaib f.¤ TBC 2979 . CRR 47 . co nderna aighedha fogalta feolscaeilti ... dé D iv 2, 73va43 . co ndernsat ... desi fodhailti dá cnamaibh, CCath. 2108 . do indsaighi for finibh fodhaltaibh in domain 50 . mincaingne foilli fodhalta ` unimportant' (miscellaneous ? ) 4064 . eirgis Fionn go fodhalta `F. comes forth released' (by himself, apart ?) Duan. F. i 92.21 . don ḟoirinn ḟadhálta ` scattered ' TD 16.7 .

Cf. ro ghabh Ercuil sraidhleim sanntach srengfhoghalta forro con dtorcair sesir dibh, St. Ercuil 606 .

fodán

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n u,m. a subordinate art or craft: eter prímdán ┐ ḟ.¤ LL 215a20 . aes ciuil ┐ oirfidid ... ┐ fodána olceana, Laws v 108.23 . lucht ... na fodhan 90x Comm .

? fodard

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n f.¤ (no foadh) .i. colladh, amail ata: fodhard for lic luim sleeping (?) H 3. 18, p. 650b ( O'C. 1463 ). Evidently a corruption of foaid, cf. Hy ii 31 ( Thes. ii 315 ).

1 fodb, fadb

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Forms: fadhb, fadhbh, fudhb, fadhbh, fodb, ḟaidb, fodba, fodbu, fodb, fadb, fuidb

n o,n.; later m. and f. fadhb (v.l. fadhbh) (m.) IGT, Decl. § 96 . Cf. fudhb ib. fadhbh (f.) § 39 . a s. (or a p. ?) fodb LU 5144 ; - 51 . g s. ind ḟaidb (: glégairb) SR 6461 . n a p. fodba Ml 92d2 . a p. fodbu LU 9096 . g p. inda fodb , Philarg. 91 ( Thes. ii 362 ; 47 ). na fadb SR 6466 .

Spoils (usually coll.) generally of clothing or equipment taken from the dead, but sometimes of booty in general; used distributively in pl.: gl. manubiae Ml 92d2 . exuviae Philarg. 91 . fodb d'aesclad .i. cetach in mairb do uisge- luagh, O'Dav. 170 . Cf. fadhbh (an duine) IGT, Decl. § 39 . fodba .i. ondi as fodb .i. ut est isinti is marb, O'Mulc. 566 . leg. uestis indí? But cf. fodb .i. ondi as food graece .i. utis ┐ fosba .i. ba aid i fos inti is marb, Trans. Phil. Soc. 1859, 211 < H 3.18, p. 81.2 ). gabais in sluag raind ind ḟaidb SR 6461 . gonaidsom ... in fersin ┐ dobert a chend ┐ a f.¤ lais LU 5144 . tabairt foidb fir do tuit a re, Laws v 298.9 (glossed .i. tabairt airm ┐ etaig). ní ba maiss leiss echrad no fuidb no airm do brith ona corpaib TBC 687 . fir marbha d'athghuin san ágh | fadhbha a ttachruibh do thionál IGT, Decl. ex. 1115 . darochair Patrócuil ri Hectair ┐ ruc a chend ┐ a ḟadb ┐ a étach de LL 240a38 ( TTr. 1744 ) ro thinolsat fadbu ┐ armu in lochta ramarbait LL 226a42 ( TTr. 672 ). ac bein a ḟodbha don cathmilid, Aen. 2526 . iar n-aiream na ḟódb, Alex. 153 . d'adbaib ┐ d'édalaib in ārmuigi MR 316.11 . re himad ḟolt ┐ ḟadb 240.2 . fuairset ... edála móra d'eidedh, d'arm ┐ d'faidhbh na nGall FM iv 850.19 . gusin leic forar chuirsetor ... crannchor for faidp ┐ etach Crist, Fl. Earls 200.20 . g s. as attrib. (?): biaid brattán fuidb im nech LL 275b12 ( PRIA xxxvi C 267 ). trēn uindes as do des | maidid asnae foidb TBC² 2695 = mebait mh' asnae fuidb TBC 3960 .

Cf. la mac fir néit fadb corcra LU 455 = RC xx 150.15 (faidb v.l.). Auraic. 5395 .

Compds. ¤charn a mound of spoils: dorinne ... duma dha collaib ┐ fadhbcharn da n-édaigibh CF 371 . ¤dlús denseness of spoils (?): fadbdlús ┐ forlethi na fear ... ina fuathlaigib faena MR 316.13 (i.e. lying close together? compd. prob. formed for alliteration). ¤rand division of spoils: Finnachta na f. LL 183a21 ( Arch. Hib. ii 61 ). ? ¤scaílte: re himad ḟolt ... ┐ finnfaid uathberrtha fadbscailti MR 240.3 .

2 fodb, fadb

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Forms: rodb

(n o,m. ?) cutting, sundering (?): fodhb (fadhb) .i. fodhiubadh no gearradh no teasgadh, O'Cl.; prob. from: am gai la f.¤ feras feachta (.i. as ga me le fodhiubadh no gerradh) Leb. Gab. i 264 = am gai i f.¤ LL 12b43 ( IT iii 61 ; am gai hi foichi 62.7 ). a knot; a wedge (?): ra[t]-tregdastar mar thregdas f.¤ omnaid `ein Werkzeug' TBC 3790 = rodb, St. mar thregdas fadb omnaip RC xiv 408 § 19 ( LL 108b47 ). Transf. of a warrior: is f.¤ trescada (= tres-gata that pierces ?) TBC 5290 . See odb, to which some of the above may belong.

Cf. also: bid ferda fírfitir (firfaiter, St.) fuidb (: Buidb) TBC 536 (`Niedermetzelungen' Wind).

Cf. 1 fodb and odb.