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n a division, part: d'fhoghlachaib na haimsire MR 108.7 (a late pl. of fodail ?).

1 fodlaid

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x see fo-dáli.

2 fodlaid

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Forms: fodlaid

n (n p. ?) it fodlaid trath adrimter na mic so ... .i. is fo deroil no is fo diblidhi airmither na mic so uile acht na tri mic so amain ... Is as na tri macaib so fodhailter orba ┐ mic dire, O'C. 2232 (< Eg. 88 f. 16 d ).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. fodlaide or

Forms: fodlide, fodlidi

adj io-iā (part. of fo-dáli) divided; distributed: fodlide (gl. distributum) Acr 13c4 . pl. it sillaba fodlidi `they are separate syllables' Sg 111b1 .

Cf. fodalta.


Cite this: eDIL s.v. fodlaidetu or

Forms: fodlaidedo

n [m.] the quality of being divided, division: cid i n-airecar ilf.¤ forsin cetardu sin? IT iii 6 § 4 = fodlaidedo 24.23 . foglaidetu ┐ deismirecht, Laws iii 94.13 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. fodlaidi or

Forms: fodlaidi, fodlaidi

(verb. necess. of fo-dáli) to be distributed, divided: bed fodlaidi (gl. impertiendae) Ml 105b13 . fodlaidi (gl. findendas) Bcr 33b10 .

? fodlan

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Forms: fodhlam

n some kind of vessel or measure: lān ēin[i] in boicht in fodlain in meisrin, Laws i 106.23 Comm. = fodhlam, O'Don. 50 (< H 3.17 c. 45 ) = in fadlan no in lestar bec a teít da lán déc na huighe O'Don. 496 (ib. c. 402b ).


Cite this: eDIL s.v. fo-dluigi or

Forms: ḟodluig

v ī splits, rends: 3 s. pret. (intrans. ?) diar ḟodluig fíal in tempuil SR 7764 .


Cite this: eDIL s.v. fodluigthe or

Forms: fodluigthe

adj io-iā split, cloven: cú ferna fodluigthe bound of a cleft shield (?) LU 8891 ( FB 68 ; `cleaver of shields' Henderson ITS ii ). a hind ferna fodluighthe `of split alder- wood' Hib. Min. 66 § 9 .

? fodluthad

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Forms: fodluta

n m. closing, shutting up (?): g s. (?) corb egin clār fodluta (i.e. a cover or lid of planks), Dinds. 79 ( RC xv 482 ) = corbo ecen clar fodlutad uasu BB 390b1 . Leg. fo dlūthad ?


Cite this: eDIL s.v. fodmachtain or

n f. (late vn. of fo-daim) enduring, submitting to: f.¤ doeri docair ó danaraib, Cog. 56.18 . ar ar mo d'engnum don lucht ro odaim in n-esargain [sic leg.] sin innas duni f.¤ a fegtha whether it required more bravery for those who endured that slaughter than for us to bear the sight of it 182.21 . Without f: can a hodmachtain itir 58.15 .