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.

3 fodb

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n knot: see odb.

1 fodbach

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adj o-ā (1 fodb) spoil-laden: Aed Fortamail f.¤ (: roglach) LL 182a38 ( Arch. Hib. ii 55 ). in ḟian f.¤ (`die bewaffnete Schaar') TFerbe 840 . Lug na fian fadbach (: armach) ` well-accoutred ' Fianaig. 12.2 . flait[h] f.¤ for- rānuch ZCP iii 465.1 ( B. in Scáil 29 ).

2 fodbach

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x see odbach.

fodbad

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n u,m. (vn. of fodbaid) stripping or despoiling the slain: iar toitim in churad ... nir licsead a ḟ.¤ , Dinds. 132 . badh meabul leo fodbadh [fodbugud v.l.] na corp, CCath. 6149 . ag fadhbhadh na ffer ngonta FM v 1646.28 . an uáir thangadar .. d'faghbhadh na marbh, `to strip the slain' 1 Chron. x 8 . Despoiling, harrying: bás do rind da bar ḟ.¤ LB 274a43 ( SG 55z : `death by point shall work your destruction' O'Gr.). 'ga fortchead ┐ 'ga fodbud MR 238.17 . na fáinn ┐ na truaigh do ḟodhbhadh ┐ do chrechad RC xxv 392.21 . ar bhfádhbhadh na nuachdaránachd ... dó having despoiled principalities Coloss. ii 15 . ag fodbadha gacha fini MR 286.27 (= fodbughadh ?). With ó of thing: arnam fhadhbhadh ┐ arnam shlat o gach sholas shaegalta = omni humana consolatione fere destitutus Instructio 223.30 . do chluasa arna fadhbhadh on eisdeacht = aures auditu privatuntur 121.6 .

? fodbae

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ind eol doib a ndoringni ... | Aed Finni co fodbai | i cath Cilli ua nDaigri LL 182aw ( Arch. Hib. ii 55 ) = FM i 508 (fodbhí).

fodbaid

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v ā (cf. 1 fodb) strips, despoilsof): ón dáil-sin ... in' rafadbait a ḟir-ḟir, Met. Dinds. iii 274 . rofádbud ann Isu o étach PH 2853 . cloidhimh ... fhadhbhas tú on gaird- eachas tsuthain = gladius ... laetitia sempiterna privans Instructio 127.25 . Generally of stripping the slain: gach nech da marbhthaoi ... ro fádhbhadh uile Aóngus, Duan. F. i 6.19 . ii 354.4 . fodhbhuis Laogh e ZCP x 297.23 . o ro fadhbudh in firlaec[h], Caithr.CC. 75 . Cf. next, and fo- diben, fog(h)aid.

1 fodbaigid

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Forms: ḟadbaig, fodbugud

v g (1 fodb) strips, despoils, plunders (O, IMM, rarely DI, of) esp. of stripping the slain: fadbaig Fer ṅdiad ┐ ben a erriud ┐ a étgud de ! TBC 4060 . pret. ra ḟadbaig F. ṅd. 4062 . [co t]orchair leis A ┐ foghbhaidhis an fer ZCP xiii 175.13 . co ros-marb ... ┐ co rosfodbaig im étach, TTr.² 1012 . ro fadbaigid leis na consalu o ētgu rigda `was stripped of his royal robes by the consuls' Todd Nenn. 70 (= rofodhbhaidheadh ... d'étiudh BB 207b22 ). fadhbhaidh- thear e o naire na hoghachta = pudor aufertur virginitatis Instructio 137.9 . ro ḟádbaig aittrebtaig Slébi Túir pillaged Alex. 425 . do faobhuighedh é ┐ fágbhadh ann sin (of a soldier slain in a skirmish), Rel. Celt. ii 198.28 . Vn. fodbugud.

Cf. fodbaid.

2 fodbaigid

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x see fobdaigid.

fodbaigthe

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adj io-iā (part. of fodbaigid) stripped, despoiled: rob imda ... airig uathmara ḟodbaigthi MR 238. 24 - 5 (` hewn down').

fodbrachtaige

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n io, m. a paralytic: rohicc in f.¤ ` consump- tive' (?) PH 2296 . 2315 . Cf. abrachtach.