fodmachtain

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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 .

fodmen

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x see foidmen.

? fodob

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ind bid f.¤ mo athirse ZCP viii 310.12 (leg. fó dó[i]b ?).

? fodobarda

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adj io-iā (dobar) subaqueous, aquatic: coin fodorne .i. doburchoin .i. fodobardai .i. uiscidhe, Corm. Y 311 = dobarchoin fa dhobarnái .i. fo usciu LB 265b14 (fodobarnai, Thr. Ir. Gl. 13 ).

? fodoíre

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n ,f. slavery, bondage: im chobair do fuidir .i. ... do cobair na fodairi, Laws i 138.27 Comm.

Cf. fodáer.

fodomain

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x see fudomain.

fodord

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Forms: foduirt, fodard

n o,m. (dord) g s. foduirt Wb 11a26 . a s. fodard (: garg) SR 3398 . Muttering, murmuring , gen. with moral connota- tion complaining: fodhord ... .i. murmar no briathra nach labhairthear go hard, O'Cl. f.¤ doib di dommatu Ml 97d10 . dorairned diumus na mborb | ro airbered cech f.¤ SR 4496 . f.¤ um cach maith, altugud cech uilc ZCP iii 26.17 (= fodort, Ériu vii 26.20 ). indarba fodoirt ib. ZCP iii 26.22 = Ériu vii 160.26 . ni bi f.¤ do [ = o, Anecd. v 2 ] neoch dib di arali, Alex. 848 . f.¤ in popuil i n-agaid na n-apstal PH 1722 . co fil f.¤ mor ... oc na hIudaidib fritt LB 146c16 . robae P. ic tathair ┐ ic f.¤ for A., BB 433a34 . umla ... cen ḟ.¤ LL 371c29 . cen fodard, cen foiscenach, Arch. iii 320.2 . gan duine fo fhodhord dibh `without one of them murmuring' Buile S. 108 § 54 . fer fodhoird a murmurer ib. tuar fodhoird omen of repining Content. xxiii 1 . cidh ná sīne do mēr da f.¤ chāich ? Aisl. Tund. 95 § 2 (= ag fanabad fa cāch deriding p. 122 ). tre fhodhord nó tré ithiomrádh do dhéanamh backbiting TSh. 7274 . In follg. exx. the word seems used in some special sense: doróine [Dobhtha] fodhord mor fri Patraicc. Asbert P. fri D.: Biaidh fodhord go brath it dhegaidh. Asbert Binén fri P.: Is ar maith riotsa doróine D. an f.¤ Asbert P.: Madh laoch noscobhradh an fodhord, buaidh ngaisccidh fair ... ┐ is on fodhord sin atá f.¤ muintire Beraigh aníu; ┐ is a maisi téitt dóibh BNnÉ 25 § 10 . Of natural sounds: atracht ... fodhord dermair isin muir, CCath. 1427 .

Cf. fogard.

fo-dorda

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v ā murmurs, grumbles: nech fodordai cen deithfiri, Ériu vii 162 § 7 . duīne ... fodordad anní nad cumcat do íocc who grumble at what they cannot cure ZCP iii 29.10 . cid maith cid saich doberar dō, nā fodordad vii 311 § 8 . fodordsat ... im gabail dāna a n-athar ... dib BDD 18 .

fodordach

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adj o-ā that mumbles or mutters: a p m. fodordchu .i. non in faciem sed in aure loquentes (gl. susurratores) Wb 1c5 .

fodordán

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n o,m. (dim. of fodord) a low murmur: caísecha Duib dithruib déin, | fodorddán Céin meic da rían LL 298a30 ( SG 366.26 ).

fodorne

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n (g s. ?): coin f.¤ .i. doburchoin otters Corm. Y 311 . [fodorne] "ist ... deutlich eine Weiterbildung der Stamm- form, die as. watar ags. wæter d. Wasser usw. (Gr. ὕδωρ) bewahren," Thurn. KZ 51.60 .