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?

fofor

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Forms: fophor

n a well: f.¤ ainm do thobar, Met. Gl D. § 50 = fophor, marg. Cf. sopur.

fo-fúabair

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x see fúabair.

fo-fua(i)r

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x see fo-fera and fo-gaib.

fo-fúaslaici

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x see fúaslaicid.

fo-fúasna

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Forms: -fúasna, rofuasnaibter, nosfuasnaither, nusfuassnaigther

v -fúasna

(a) agitates, disturbs , in physical and fig. sense: fufuasna fairggae findḟolt tosses the ocean's white hair Thes. ii 290.4 . amal fufuasnither (of sea) Ml 66d17 . gresis E. na gaetha ... ┐ fuasnaid in talmain ┐ int aer o anfine dimoir, Aen. 220 (leg. fuasnaid- ther?). ma beth nech fodḟúasna (boduasna, foruasna v.l.) if any one disturb (the order of the chapters) Fél. Ep. 102 (hence: foruasna .i. cumscaighis, O'Dav. 895 ). fafuasna són ┐ faceird dia aicniud perturbs him Ml 94c8 . nachat- uasnad ... soine na haisnéssen let not ... disturb thee LB 232b36 . ? dia mbi fergi fúasnadar mac F. frind LU 8652 ( FB 38 ; dep. according to Wind.). día fúasnaither frind LU 8656 (ib.). ma fōsnather trist do tabirt for nech if thou art wroth so as to lay a curse Mon. Tall. § 36 . otchuala in ri inní sein for[ḟ]uasnad co mór, Trip. 42.15 (452) . trén rom-fúasnaidh-si (sic leg.), Buile S. 98.14 .

(b) in Laws, attacks, impugns (a contract, etc.): fofuas- naide a curu `she can disturb his contracts' Laws ii 382.1 ( Ir. Law 46 ). itir dā sochond nād fuasnaithter cuir `whose contracts are not impugned' Laws iii 4.10 ( SM Facs. 46a ). cach bidba ina chinta do neoch no ḟuasnabad cáin (= si quis legem violaverit?) Thr. Ir. Gl. 30 = do neoch forsesed a chain no foruasnadfad i (= a) chain, Corm.Y p. 76 (= do neoch foroesad [a cháin], Bodl. See fo-fich). rofuasna bthar adbarta `offerings will be disturbed RC xxvi 38 § 193 (= for-fuasnaighfithear YBL. rofuasnaibter, Rawl.). Impers. pass. with IMM of pers.: nosfuasnaither im Coin Culaind ... oca clostecht sin C. became enraged LU 10477 = nusfuassnaigther ZCP iii 261 § 88 . otchuala H. in scél sin rofercaiged ┐ rofuasnad co mor imme LB 144a41 . o atchuala ... in mathair na scela sin ro fuasnad co mor impe 222b6 .

See fúasnad and fúasnaide.

? fo-fuir

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v lengthens, prolongs (?) (leg. term): turbuidi deth- biri fofuiret anta `which extend periods of stay' (glossed .i. ... fotaighes) O'Dav. 942 (= Laws ii 18.18 Comm. ). fofuiriut anta, Laws ii 104.19 (which cause?).

Cf. fo-fera.

? fóg

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ind Muiredach, Fergus co fog (= fa not, Lec. 50rb 18 ), Brugach ocus Mo-caemōc BB 231a26 .