? 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 .

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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 .

fo-fich

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Forms: fofich, fofith, fodafith, -fuich, -fuith, fofechat, -fuichit, -forais, forroi, forae, fofesat, fofeisit, foruasat, forriasat, foroesad, rofessed, -forruích, foruich, foruich, forfuich, forruachtatar, foruachtatar, fofechar, fo echar, -fuachar, fofeisear, -fuastar, -fuasdar, forruastar

v ind. pres. 3 s. fofich, Laws iv 362.16 . BCrólige § 23 . O'Dav. 929 . Cáin Ad. § 35 . ZCP xi 87. § 48 . fofith, Laws ii 22.27 Comm. Cf. fodafith v 462.2 . -fuich ACC § 129 (-fuaith v.l.). -fuith, Laws v 462.1 . 3 pl. fofechat 404.22 . -fuichit, Bürgsch. I § 47 . subj. pres. perf. 2 s. of. -forais, Ériu xii 186.6 . 3 s. (perf.) forroi, Laws iv 220.12 . forae iii 66.15 . O'Don. 928 (< H 3.17, 658 ). 3 pl. fofesat, O'C. 700 (< H 338 ). fofeisit, O'C. 2142 (< Eg. 88.2 ). (perf.:) foruasat O'C. 219 (< H 3.18, 115 ). Cf. forriasat, O'C. 700 (< H 3.18, 338 ). ? past 3 s. foroesad, Bodl. Corm. s.v. Mug eme (forsesed Y, rofessed, Harl. See also s.v. fo-fúasna). perf. 3 s. -forruích LU 7013 ( BDD 66 = foruich Y). foruich LL 261b9 ( IT i 81.5 . forfuich Eg.). ? pl. forruachtatar, Corm. Y 876 . Bodl. = foruachtatar , O'Dav. 1223 . Pass. pres. s. fofechar ZCP xi 87 § 48 . rel. fo echar, Cáin Ad. § 43 . -fuachar Laws i 256.9 . BCrólige § 11 (-ur). subj. pres. s. ? fofeisear, Laws iv 144.32 - 3 Comm . Cf. -fuastar, 376z . -fuasdar v 462.2 . forruastar, ii 396.31 . ( Ir. Law 63 ). BCrólige § 44 . Part. foachta, q.v. Vn. fogal q.v.; see also fúachtain.

(a) trespasses, commits an offence, does injury , intrans. or with cogn. acc., FRI of pers.; common in Laws where it is generally glossed by fúachtnaigid or a phrase formed with fúachtain: ciasa cathach fofich cū fri tir ... ? what trespass does a hound commit on the land ? Laws iv 120.15 . ma forae neach cinuid n-ainceas, `if one has committed a crime unintentionally' iii 66.15 . nach fuil ales fiacha ... ni dligh focruic leada on fir fodafich any wound which entails fines does not oblige payment of the leech by the man who inflicts it BCrólige § 19 . ind fir fofich `of the man who commits the injury' (.i. roferustar in cneid ... .i. doni an fuachtain) § 23 . folach for fer nad fuic(h) § 15 . direnar triun dire neich frisa ḟuachur (.i. ... risa ndentar an fuachtain) § 11 . atat .iii. mna ... nad alet ot[h]rus ... cia forruastar friu § 44 . cia forruastar fria, Ir. Law 63 ( Laws ii 396 ). atat .iiii. fogla fofich cach ben fria cele, O'Dav. 929 . di cach fogail ... fofechar fris, Laws iii 536.8 . cip foghail forae cach díbh fri araile, O'Don. 928 (< H 3.17, 658 ). ma[d] fri neithe fofeisear if the offence be committed against privileged persons Laws iv 144.32 Comm. = fri neimte, O'C. 32 (< H 3.18, p. 13b ). ? i fuissed fael allaid for oisc, O'C. 227 ( H 3.18, p. 123a ) = a fuirrecht faol allaidh for oisc, O'C. 2512 . (< Eg 88, 42 a - b ). ni forrúich (foruich Y, furaich D, marbann, Eg.) mac tíre ina flaith acht tárag firend ... BDD 66 (U). nad foruich an cintuch in cinaid that the defendant has not committed the offence Anecd. iii 24.14 . di pecad etraid foriacht-aide, Trip. 234.15 (foruich-ide 2775 ). fo-fechar (fo-feich-, fo-sechar MSS) cairde huaitsiu ... roga ... dochum na fine fod-ruich the border contract is broken by thee. I shall go to the kindred who have broken it Bürgsch. p. 32 § 1 . cuir bél doerdae ni fuichit fine common express contracts do not injure (form a liability of) the kindred, p. 14 § 47 . see also s.v. fo-roich.

(b) attacks , with acc.: cumma fofiched muir ┐ tir (of a `banféinnid'), Rawl. 143a33 . Perh. abs. here; ravages by sea and by land ? ni fuachar muir ... .i. nocha tabair fodiubadh ar in muir, O'C. 1424 (< H 3.18, p. 639b ).

fo-fitir

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Forms: fofetar, fofetar

v knows: 1 s. fofetar RC iii 346.24 . fofetar fis deoda (? leg. fo-sisiur fó, fetar fis [n]déodae Peritia v 29 (ix) ), Laws i 10.23 . Probably a mere confusion of preverbs: see ro-fitir.

fofitiu

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x ZCP iii 447.5 ; see foditiu.

fofócaib

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x see fo-ócaib.

fofodail

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n f. a subdivision: is fofoduil annso, O'D. 125 ( H 3.17, c. 103 ) = i ffod fodhal, Laws i 262.3 . secht ngraid ḟene cona fofodlaib iv 328.25 ( Críth G. 449 ).

fo-fodair

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Forms: fón-fodair

v 3 s. pret. or pres. a Diarmait, a mallchobair, | úamun Gúare fón-fodair `fear of G. destroys (?) us' ZCP iii 204 ( LU 9572 = fon fodair LL 276b28 ).

Cf. fodair?