? fodílmain

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adj i unoccupied; free, at large (?): epithet of deer: cu nach raibhi ... fiadh fodilmhain a maigh, Acall. 909 , corresp. to f.¤ foluaimnech, p. 281 (` free-roaming ' SG ii 123 ). .xxx. fiad fo dilmain Acall. 3244 , probably the correct reading. See dílmain.

fodirc

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adj i (cf. derc `eye,' dercaid `looks') in Mid. Ir. also foderc. Visible, conspicuous: conruptar fadirci ind usci (= ut aquarum meatus appareant) Ml 40d16 . is foidirc (v.l. fodeirc) dūin[n]e di Cornail centuir `that is conspicuous to us from Cornelius' Hib. Min. 11. 353 . co mba fadirc os ler lán in charrac cach leth LL 278a9 . bá fodeirc dó folés na farrci foa gabul LU 9061 ( FB 81 ). comtar foderci renna nimi fon fraigid LU 8373 ( FB 25 ). foderc fiad cách, Met. Dinds. iii 144.11 . re ré mac Mílead ... robsam fíad- naiseach fodeirc, Ériu iv 152.4 . cobba foderg dona feraib taīdleach ind ōir BDD 1 (aideirg St). trēdhi tresmbi foidherc diabol tri duini: tria gnuis, tria tochim, tria labrad ZCP iii 453.20 . a nochtadh ... co mbo fodherc do chach (of a banner) FM v 1588 . As subst. a thing visible, a view (?): cid arin sruithiu in descertaid ? ... Fobith isi a foderc don fer maith bis isind leth tigi antuaid this is what he sees O'C. 810 H 3.18 p. 374b `Because it is it that is in the view of the good man who sits in the north end of the house' O'C., M. and C. iii 29 ).

Cf. foidreich.

? fo-diretar

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Forms: fodiretur

v pass. pres. indaithmech in ḟocail is aireacht .i. as fo reacht in caingin fodiretur , O'Don. 536 (< H 3.17, c. 432 ) = é fo recht incaingin fodiarta O'C. 2272 (< Eg. 88, 20 ) = in c. fodiriagtar é, O'C. 1609 (< 23 Q 6 p. 5b ).

foditech

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Forms: foidh-, foigh-, foighitech

adj o-ā (foditiu) Mid. Ir. variant of foditnech, gen. written foidh-, foigh-. Patient, longsuffering: ba foighidech, Lism. L. 1694 . Iob ... foighideach BB 5a47 . is foighideach flaith nimhe. Dán Dé xxi 11 . foighideach a mbuáidh- earthuibh, Rom. xii 12 (1681 ; -neach 1602 ) Advb. bí co foighitech 'má cluinfe ZCP vi 272 § 10 . fulang cu foighidech na n-ammus, Lism. L. 1135 . Superl. is e ba foighidechu fria fulang cech imnigh, Lism. L. 4880 . an ben dob ḟoi- ghidighe 'na haimsir ALC ii 426.2 .

Cf. foditnech.

foditib

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n (d p.): teora caimsi hi f.¤ (.i. hi cenglaib) impu ` girt about them' BDD 120 ( LU 7642 ).

foditiu

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Forms: foditiu, fodaitiu, foditu, foditiu, fodaitin, fodite, foighide, foite, foighid, foighidne, foidhne, foighne, foighide, foighidean, foighidin, foighidne, faighidne

n n,f. (vn. of fo-daim). O.Ir. n s. foditiu Wb 1c18 . fodaitiu Sg 137b10 . 209b12 . foditu, Thes. ii 247.10 (Cambr. Hom.). d s. do foditiu Wb 30c23 . do fodaitin Ml 24b13 . In Mid. and later Irish written in great variety of forms: fodite, foighide, foite, foighid; (with nom. formed from g s. stem) foighidne, foidhne, foighne (cf. foditnige). foighide (g s. foighidean: chreideamh, IGT ex. 1943 ) IGT, Decl. § 143 . foighidin (g s. foighidne, ex. 1947 ) § 144 .

(a) bearing, enduring (O. Ir. sense): f.¤ cech imnid Wb 1c18 . foditu chruche ocus diorcne, Thes. ii 247.10 (Cambr. Hom.). is hecen doib ingremmen do f.¤ Wb 30c23 . bēim ... .i. cesad nó f.¤ , O'Mulc. 140 . da mad ead no beith agaibh a foiditin if you intended to submit to it RC xliii 18 § 11 . In gramm. of suffering the action expressed by a vb.: gním ind aithirge, cesad a fodaitiu Sg 137b10 . is cesad dosom a ḟodaitiu 209b12 . etargaire persainde i ceussad .i. a foditen, Auraic. 3356 .

(b) later generally of moral quality, longsuffering, patience, forbearance: fofitiu cen indiri ZCP iii 447.5 . in [sic leg.] foidi[ti] nachar ḟill patience that never failed Arch. iii 237 § 22 (goiridi). ainmne ┐ foite in choimdeadh PH 5129 . ferr foigidne inā imrisain ZCP vi 261.2 . ba ... már i ffoighittne ┐ a ttrocaire BNnÉ 328 § 60 . foighidi aindlighe a namhad suffering injustice from his enemies Instructio 116.24 . is i in fhoighidi cinel claiti is uaisli ann = nobile vincendi genus est patientia 116.2 . do guidh é maille le foighittin ITS xvi 54 . g s. flaith ... na foighitte (: creidme) BNnÉ 280.20 . dochum foidhide, Parrth. Anma 29.3 . tug Criosd sompla foidhidne dhuinn 85.18 = faighidne, Luc. Fid. 44 . lucht na foiten PH 5608 . in tan dobheirid siad adhbhar na foighidi duit = cum occasionem habendi patientiam donant, Instructio 116.20 . DO-GNÍ FODITIN shows, practices, patience, forbearance: an ḟaidhide sin do roinnetar, L. Chl. Suibhne § 27 . an ti doni foighinne 'na bochtaine, Ériu v 130 § 41 . mór do-rinne rí S. riom ... d'ḟoidhidin TD 15.7 .

DO-BEIR F.¤ (DO) endures ; of resisting an emotion: is egnaidhe do dhuine foighide chobhsaidh do thabhairt don fheirg = magna prudentia est iram dissimulare Instructio 148.32 .

(c) suffering, tribulation (?): foighide fulang 'na héag- mhais | an aghaidh mhálla `one yearns for her gracious face' PBocht 9 § 12 .

foditnech

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Forms: foidh-, foigh-

adj o-ā (foditiu, cf. foditech) in Mid. Ir. gen. written foidh-, foigh-.

(a) longsuffering, patient: bad foditnich gl. patientes) Wb 5d21 . foidhidneach TD 3.41 . cid bé bus foighindech ac fulang an andligid [sic leg.] RC xv 85 . ar Mhaodócc fial foighittnech BNnÉ 200 § 33 . foighidneach a mbuáidheartuibh, Rom. xii 12 .

(b) tolerant, complaisant: adubairt in rigan co frithir: a amais anuasail . . ., fag in cathair so. adubairt B. co foi- ginneach: a rigan, . . . co roibh maith h'anora agud ZCP vi 282.15 . a tíagerna, ní hé sin íarraimsi ort, acht tú da cetugud dam (dul do) cathugud . . . ┐ adubairt in t-imper[co foigenach], a cara, imidh ┐ dena cumsanadh, Fier. 18 . do chuir fesa falaig da indsaigid do thaircsin Connacht ... fora comus ┐ hetlod do on Iarla ..., ┐ do eist F. na fuigli sin co f.¤ ┐ ro aentaig re hE., Ann. Conn. 1315 § 5 . ALC.

foditnige

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n ,f. patience, forbearance: issí ind f.¤ se asrubart Wb 25c20 .

foditnigid

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v g (foditiu) suffers, brooks, tolerates: co mad ed nousfuasluiced in cain ut do thoidhitin [leg. d'ḟoiditin ?], nocon ḟoighitnigfitis they would not submit to it RC xliii 18 § 11 .

fodiuba, fodiubad

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n m. used in Laws Comm. and by glossators to gloss fo-ben, fuba. Cutting off; deprivation, diminution (?): fuba .i. na tri fuba .i. f.¤ im loingsechaib ┐ im echtadait ┐ im macu tiri `cutting off' Laws i 160.2 . tuba sloigh ... .i. f.¤ sluaidh comithigh do tuidecht (i.e. repulsing ?) 298.13 . (cen fuba ngalair) .i. can galar da f.¤ `without having been emaciated by diseases' ii 250.12 . (cach domaine do fuba fri flaith) ... tic do f.¤ a flathamnas imme iii 22.34 . ni fuiben enecland ... .i. ... noco tabair fodiubad for nech im a eneclaind does not prejudice a person's honour- price ii 388 10 . ni fuachar muir mescbaidhe anidna .i. nocha tabair fodiubadh ar in muir moir ce romescad bainne beg d'ingglaine uirre, O'C. 1424 (< H 3.18 p. 639b ). fuba .i. ... fodiubad, O'Dav. 930 . la fodb ... .i. ... le fodhiubadh no gerradh, Leb. Gab i 264 n.8 . Cf. fodb .i. fodhíubadh .i. gearradh, O'Cl.

fodiubaid

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v used in Laws Comm. to gloss fo-ben. takes away, diminishes (?): ni fuiben fortacht co n-idhna .i. ni fodiubann eiric uait isin fortacht dorinnis, O'Don. 578 (< H 3.17 c. 444 ). riasiu ... fodiubus cach do na fethem- naib a sgeol na ceile ` undermines ' (i.e. weakens the case of) Laws v 354.2 [i sgeoil ua c., 23 Q 6, 6 ]. [ní] fodiubadar in airged taitnemach 23 P 3 fo. 21 (23)b ( Ériu xiii 58 ).

See fodiuba.