fóesam

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x see fáesam.

foesc

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ind (? < fo-ṡesc, Celtica ix 162 ):cnū foesc (: tōesc), Arch. iii 308.2 .

Cf. faísce.

foescal

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x see fáescal.

fóescham ?

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ind Sretais cethri goí deac fair ... Nos-ditin Cú ... conná riacht toind no f.¤ fair LU 6166 ( TBC² 1681 ) = faesgamh Eg. 93 ( RC xv 65 ), faesgram H 2.17 p. 112a ; Wind. TBC p. 1118 conjectures a corruption of text and compares: ní faosglann faol no tuinn TBC 5457 St.

fo-etlan

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Forms: foetlann, foetlaither, foetlas

v (fo-ess-tlen, Ped. ii 649 ): in Laws Comm., usually as gloss on fo-tlen, q.v. pres. 3 s. nad foetlann (gl. nadi fothlen) SMFacs. 33b ( O'D. 1088 ; Laws ii 282n .). Pass. beich docoislet .i. na beich foetlaither o neach `which are carried off' Laws v 318.23 . As simple vb.: rel. 3 s. foetlas 463.14 .

Cf. banéclastar C. fair [leg. -tlastar ?] LL 263a10 ( MU² 166 ).

fo-fálgai

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v see fo-álgi.

? fo-feid

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v aill erfind ... foafeid a gríss a gréin `which from the sun receives its heat' Im. Brain § 22 . Cf. fon- naide .i. ar is fonnad laisam na fedna fofedat na rede so huile, O'C. 840 (< H 3.18, p. 383 ), see Laws v 306.1 . (But this may be for forfechat; `rede' here is pl. of `battle-field, battle').

fo-feis

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x see fo-fich.

fo-feiscren, fo-faiscren

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v decays, fails (?): an dand f.¤ iarum ind fuil, is and f.¤ ind tol, Mon. Tall. 59 . cetmuinter docuir[e]t[h]ar saeth fuirri do galar, dligidh a taiscith fri hicc; is ecin .iii. bliadna di ... Ma foraiscre ced met graine in galur bid for foluch beos; maine faiscre tet a cetmuindter dochum a finisi ..., O'C. 806 ( H 3.18, 372 ).

Cf. fáiscre.

fo-fen

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Forms: fofia, fo-fenar

v gets back an equivalent, recovers (expenditure) (?) : 3 s. fut. and pass. pres. ar asrenar fofia, ar is ó ulcc fo-fenar [adfenar, fofechar MSS.] olcc for whatever is paid out he will get back, for evil is got back from (repaid by) evil (?) ZCP xi 85 § 39 (cf. Hermathena 19. 93 - 4 ). toing do Dia fond-ḟiadsa [leg. fond-ḟia so, Thurn.] timtirechta ┐ bessu ┐ huide ┐ gnimu aitire hi taig frimsa swear that thou wilt fulfil. carry out (?) Bürgsch. p. 22 § 65a .

fo-fera

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Forms: foíred, fufirim, foferai, fofera, -fúiri, fodera, fuddera, fotera, faeram, foíret, furea, foírin, fuerad, foired, fofertís, forfertis, foirfea, foḟirfea, fofirfe, fo-d-irfe, furuar, foruar, fodruar, foruar, foruair, forḟuair, fo- fúair, foferthar, fofertais, fomfirfider, foroired, forúired, foruiredh, fonroireth, foroerath, -foruireth, -roerad, faíred, fuired, ffoferta, fuar, fúr, foruirich, fonruirith, fo-fera, fodera, .fo.

v protot. -foír-, -fuir-. O.Ir. forms: Imperat. 3 s. foíred Ml 43c3 . Pres. 1 s. fufirim, Thes. i 497.5 ( Arm. 177b1 ). 2 sg. foferai Ml 121b17 . 3 s. fofera Wb 2a17 . Cf. -fúiri, Ériu vii 148 § 10 (simple vb. ?). (rel.) fodera Wb 3c33 . fuddera 33c12 . fotera LU 3099 (see below). 1 pl. (with inf.) faeram Wb 15d3 . 3 pl. ni foíret 27d24 . subj. pres. 3 s. nāt furea , Mon. Tall. § 63 . subj. past 1 s. arna foírin se Wb 14d3 . 3 s. fuerad 33b13 . mani foired Sg 157b11 . 3 pl. ma fofertís RC xii 62 § 24 . Cf. amail forfertis , Mon. Tall. § 25 . fut. 3 s. foirfea Wb 11d3 (rel., = foḟirfea). fofirfe, TBFr. § 25 . fo-d-irfe LL 8b28 , 145b18 . perf. 3 s. furuar Wb 2a18 . foruar 8b5 . 14c43 . Tur 48 . fodruar Ml 20b17 . In Mid. Ir. foruar freq. becomes foruair, forḟuair (cf. fo- fúair perf. of fo-gaib).

Pass. pres. s. foferthar ZCP xi 90 § 29 . O'Dav. 54 : (.i. fuirither) 874 . Imperf. pl. fofertais, Ériu iv 163.3 (Laud 610). fut. s. fomfirfider sa Ml 33b10 . perf. s. foroired [sic leg.] AU 777 (poem) = foraeradh FM 773 . forúired PH 3644 . foruiredh, Ériu iii 4.28 . fonroireth TBFr. § 28 . Cf. foroerath IT iii 237.63 . -foruireth TBFr. § 28 . LL 246b25 . -roerad IT iii 237.62 (= róer LL 246b25 ). ro faíred LU 2344 . ro fuired 2324 . pret. pl. ffoferta Ériu iv 163.26 . Part. foiride q.v.

Vn. fuar, later fúr. Cf. fáer.

I In general sense prepares, provides, brings about: gl. parare Thes. i 497.5 . gl. praeparare Wb 8b5 . Ml 33b10 . praebere Ml 121b17 , gl. praestare (= furnish, provide) 43c3 . Wb 27d24 .

(a) in special sense prepares, provides: mad hé in fir- chumsanad fuerad Iessu Wb 33b13 (refers to: si ... requiem praestitisset). foruar inna inbotha he had prepared the nuptials Tur 48 . fúir ┐ urlamaig thu do gabail Crist chugat get ready LB 225b43 . fuired a chride corba hattreb ... don spirut nóeb (= paret hospitium spiritui) PH 5599 . isin purgatoir suthain rofuired do diabul, 4308 . isin tenid ... rofaíred do Díabul LU 2344 . teni foruiredh do diabul `qui praeparatus est' Ériu iii 4.28 (= foruireg ZCP iv 243.4 ). in flaith forruired duib o thosach domain Ériu iii 6.11 (= foruirec ZCP iv 243.19 ). cichib róer[ad] ? nin foruireth na mmaith nothing good has been prepared (i.e. is in store) for us LL 246b25 ( IT iii 244.48 ). cíchíb foruireth ? ol si. Fon-roireth imned, ol C., TBFr. § 28 = foruirich ... fonruirith RC xxiv 153 (Edinb.).

(b) causes, produces, brings to pass , folld. by acc., (with or without vn. phrase) or subord. clause, with DO of pers. nech praindes co fúiri galar ndó till he makes himself ill Ériu vii 148 § 10 . forúer imneth fota ZCP viii 308.12 . conid ead fofuoair cess for Ulltoip 120.24 . in mé fódrúar was I the cause of it? LU 5693 (= TBC² 1218 ). Cath Seghsa, ben ... fordoruair [leg. -ruär: Duäch] RC xvii 123.20 (Tig.) = fodruair FM 499 . ardscél ... foruair mór n-uile FM ii 572 . dosfrecmairc doib cid foruair doib bith oc toirrse, Anecd. i 59 § 75 (leg. cid foruär | bith, etc. ? Meyer would omit first doib and read foruar doïb, ZCP xi 153 ). is mōite fofera saeth dait ZCP iii 29.11 . is ed forḟuair do A. in luathtinol sa do dénum, Alex. 77 . With ellipse of vn.: ar imbud fodruair fo recht nóeb the multitude he caused (to be) under the holy law ACC § 100 ( RC xx 274 ).

With inf. pron. obj.: cach imsnim fogebthai is misi fodera daib YBL 159a45 . mo thaebh, a Dé fodera, | bidh cael, bidh cré, bidh crumhae (= my flesh, O God who causest it, will turn to dust and worms) Arch. iii 216 § 5 .

(c) in sense causes fofera in rel. clauses is commonly used with petrified infixed -d- even when folld. by the obj.; this usage goes back to the Glosses: ined fodera báas domsa? Wb 3c33 . coni[d]hed fodera fáilti dúibsi 14c42 . as n-ed fodera emnad that causes doubling Sg 120a4 . cid fotera na scéith ... intib? LL 264b46 ( MU² 376 ). cid fotera duit bith amlaid sin? LU 3099 . int ṡualaig fodera [fofera v.l.] dídnad which works consolation Ériu i 196 . cid fotera Oengus ... do bith 'sin Bruig? why is O. in vii 220 § 11 . cid fotera nach isin Bruig no hadnaictis na rig? why were not the kings buried? LU 4077 . is ed uadera dosom gan ainm a athar do rāda, TTebe 565 . ni tre diomdha ... fodero damh dul ... acht grādh it is not dissatisfaction but love ... that makes me go ZCP viii 222 § 5 . The -d- is less common in other tenses: fodirfe ar n-ēc [sic leg.] LL 145b18 (appar. not rel.). gnim fodirfe imbad ṁbróin 8b28 . fodirfed feib ndoib, that it would work prosperity for them O'Mulc. 497 . cid fódruair lat su ... mo dímiad sa? LU 3901 ( SC 41 ). ised fodrúair a orcain hi cinta Echdach (= he was destroyed in satisfaction for E.'s crimes) LU 8014 . in mac ... fodúair imned, Met. Dinds. iii 106.35 . fath fotruair gan m'iom- raissi ZCP vii 305.27 .

II In later language fo-fera becomes obsolete, but the form fodera (in some MSS., e.g. LB, usually contracted .fo.) continues in use:

(a) as vb. in rel. sent. with force either of pres. or pret., which causes (caused): is í fa deara dúnn gan labhairt i ló an bhráith, Dán Dé x 19 . dá chúis fá deara briseadh ... d'ḟearaibh Mumhan, Keat. iii 3217 . is é ... ba deara dosum Eri d'fágbháil MR 110 8 . atbert gur bo hé feissin fodera that he himself was the cause FM vi 2218 . as iad fo deara dósomh iliomat na n-edarnaighe it was because of them that his ambuscades were so numerous 2214 . nā measadh gur daille ... fa dearadh dhamh á choimh- direolsin dhobair dfuraladh ..., Luc. Fid. 2.9 . With AR of pers.: as é so fa deradh ar na creidmhechuibh ... urnaighthe ... do dhénamh, Luc. Fid. 236.11 (for tug fad. ? see next section).

(b) the orig. significance of fo-dera (fa deara) being lost, it was regarded as a prep. phrase and used with another vb. DO-BHEIR FO (FA) D. (FA ND.), CUIRIDH FO D. (cf. umla) causes (something to be done), orders (= Fr. laisser, Germ. lassen with inf.) an té ... do ní piseóga ... nó dobeir fá dera a ndénamh dhó, O'Hussey T.C. 135 . tug fá deara corp an leinbh do bhreith 'na ḟochair, Keat. iii 608 . tugsad fo deara ar Bhreatainibh cloidhe do dhéanamh i p. 6 . doratsat ... fodera sepel ... do thogbail, Fl.Earls 34.6 . tucc fó deara mac Ui M. do dhalladh FM iii 214 . tabhair fa deara a chluinsin cause it to be heard Isa. x 30 . assí fós do thuc fandear an leabar ... do sgribad, L. Chl. Suibhne § 51 . gur chuir A. fá deara na clocha ... do thógbháil, Keat. ii 6155 . do bheir fa ndeara orainn bheith coimhnea- thach, Stapleton's Catechismus 130 . à chur fa deara ar an bpobal ... an manna ... do ithe ib.

(c) DO-BHEIR FA D. observes, notices (a still later use): dá ttugdaois faderadh é go maith, do chifidis ... Luc. Fid. 259 .