fallnar

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follnathir

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Forms: follan, follaide, follaithersu, -falnather, fallnaither, folnaibe, follnibthe, follnastar, follatar, folnaibthir, fallnabthair

(-n- orig. a sign of present tense formation, Ped. ii 525 . Thurn., Bürgschaft p. 31 , suggests the verb is from a stem follan ; see follán. For the meaning implied by this cf. ZCP xi 97 cited below. It would not suit most of the instances recorded). Ipv. 2 s. follaide Ml 46b 18 . pres. 2 s. follaithersu 82d5 . -falnather, Rawl. 125b12 . pres. 3 s. rel. fallnaither 90a9 . (Subj. Ped. ii 525 ; ind. Strachan, Depon. ) p. 11 fut. 2 s. folnaibe Rawl. 18a4 . 2 pl. follnibthe Wb 25b25 . perf. 3 s. inru follnastar 13b29 . Pass. pres. pl. rel. follatar Ml 77b4 . fut. s. folnaibthir LL 287a26 . Cf. fallnabthair LL 123a1 (`may possibly be deponent, but the passage is not clear to me' Strachan, Depon. vb. p. 70 n. 3 ).

Rules, reigns, holds sway: transl. regere in Glosses. : cach flaith nad bí co firbessaib fírinne ḟollnathar ZCP xi 87 § 42 = hi fírbescnaib . . . follnadar LL 294b8 . (cf. ZCP xi 97 § 57 cited below). recht fallnathar for talman tuind, Tec. Corm. § 29 . = fallnaither ar t. LL 343a45 . Cathair coem Conn comfebaib fallnatar, Rawl. 124a29 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 14 ). flaith ... foll- nastar for Bregmaig LL 183b51 ( Arch. Hib. ii 71 ). dursan nach Fiacha ... fallnastar LL 123b ( Ériu xii 200 ). ro fallnastar faidsine ... i mbreithemnus indse hErend `prophecy had governed' Laws iii 30.17 (glossed .i. rofollamnaigestair). tasfenad breithemnusa ... ┐ nach rechta ro falnasat la firu Eirenn, i 16.2 (= nech a rechta ro fallnasat, H 3.18, 358b ( O'C. 758 ). o rofalnamar ara betha borgaib, Rawl. 125b4 . Cf. ó righ Caisil, in tan da ḟallna flaitbis ind `when it (Caiseal) is the seat of the monarchy' BR 28 . Trans. rules, governs: la rig fallnathar tua[i]th, Ériu xi 68x . for Ríg fallnathar gríana ZCP vii 308.28 = Ériu vi 116 § 2 (fallatar v.l.). mo rí ... ro fallnai inn ethar ṅdermar ó rian dorian who guided the great ship (i.e. the Ark) SR 2630 . ni hoenri fallnas na secht Laichsi, Rawl. 127b18 . fo fear fallnafas Caisil BB 268b5 = fallnastair C. BR 30 . flaith echtrann nudus foilnaibed, Trip. 188.22 (2217) . co rofallnaiset in leth n-air- terach don domon, TTr.² 58 . coic rig trichat ro falnatar hErinn LL 311a28 . ros-fallnatar rigi, Alex. 199 . Cf. further : apair fris, fo-bā fo-beba, do-rā do-rera ... nī flaith manifall- nathar na gnīmu so (= unless he master these deeds ? fulfil these works ?) ZCP xi 97 § 57 . Cf. 87 § 49 cited above). nis filidh fallnathar fri haindre ed. ni fria fáth fuilngenn, nach fri fíor fallnathar fri banataidh mbaoith, Ériu xiii 16.33 = H 3.18, 207b .

Cf. Corbbmac fial F. falnar iath athri, Rawl. 116c37 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. 17 , where Meyer suggests falnastar). mac rig fallnar for tuathaib ... mac rig fallnathar i mBribb Rawl. 128a50 . for muir gáirech | gart an ruirich fallnar mílibh, | follnur magh os mbruighibh réidhibh | ríghaibh tíribh who rules with thousands the plain above territories, kings and lands (?) ZCP viii 197 § 8 . falla .i. follamhnughadh, O'Cl. probably represents some part of this verb.

follomda

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adj io-iā possessing authority ; authoritative (?) : Cainnech .. flaithemda f.¤ RC xx 146.21 . Cf. follamnach, etc.

follracht

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follscad, foillsged

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Forms: follscuth

n m. (vn. of fo-loisci) scorching, burning: follscadh .i. rolosgadh, O'Cl. i n-aittreb do thigi ... ina follscud (.i. in foloscad) Laws i 162.24 ; 166.9 . follscuth burning (a form of trespass, cf. fallscad) iv 146.17 Comm . mianglacad mogad ar fandṡlataib ... fidbaidi ga follsccadh MR 238.4 = aga foillsgead LL 410b30 . Transf. and fig. : tanic fallscad itad doib burning thirst RC xxvi 136 § 8 . geibidh follscad fīrīotan iad, Leb. Gab. i 28.2 . dosfic falls- cudh feirgi, CCath. 620 . teasbhruith na fola aga bhfoills- geadh ML 132.14 .

See faelscud.

follscaide

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adj io-iā (part. of fo-loisci) scorched: tir ... follscide LU 2145 ( FA 21 ; folois[c]thi LB). RC xxvi 152 § 35 . bera culind até follscaide forloiscthi TBC 1944 . .ix. mbera cuilind ... follscaithi (= follscaidi LU 5727 ) TBC² 1254 (see Zimmer, ZCP iii 299 ). (Fig.) ferba follscaidhe ardent (inflamed) words Anecd. ii 72.1 . As npr. m. : Follscaide mucaid Maic Da thó, Dinds. 112 .

follugud, failligud

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Forms: f.

(-echad) n u,m. (vn. of follaigid) neglect- ing, omitting ; overlooking:

(a) huand f.¤ (gl. neglectu) Ml 70a10 . (of cattle trespass :) odcathaig and sin, arus óg in follugad (.i. is comlan in follagud sin dona buachaillib) `there is full fine for this, for the neglect is complete' Laws iv 136.20 . is comraite in follugudh (i.e. neglect may incur the same liability as deliberate crime), O'D. 2346 . fiachach cach folludh iar fis, Laws i 264.16 . bretha ... imna gellaib lais a tabar in fuillem iarna f.¤ `judgments ... concerning the pledges with which the interest is given after their being lost' Laws v 376.7 Comm. follogod féile neglect of hospitality (?) LL 176az ( CRR 38 `forgetfulness of honour'). f.¤ na fogla neglect of distribution (i.e. of hospitality) Arch. iii 241 § 9 .

Cf. is ferrde dún cech follugad doberum fort (foll-gud [ = follamnugud ?] dobera foirn v.l.), Ériu iv 134.1 .

(b) as leisiomh ro hathnuadhaighthe ... iarna ffailliughadh ó chéin mháir gach eglais ro lécthi i faill FM ii 1084.10 ( Mart.Don. Nov. 3 ). can fuirech, can failliugud `without delay, without failing' CCath. 4529 . Slackening: rosgeb foilliugud rompu docum in muir `slowly retired' Aen. 2333 . do bhéara ar dbigh an tartmhair failliughadh will cause ... to fail Isa. xxxii 6 .

faillechad : IGT III § 106 (244.18) . ni tráth m'éigean d'fhailleachadh it is not a time to neglect my distress PBocht 23 § 25 . is cóir sa chás i bhfuilim | gan ḟailleachadh m'ur- ḟuighill, Ir. Monthly 1930, 152 ( DDána 158 ).

follus

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Forms: follais, foilse, foilsi, falsi, failsib, faillsem

adj u, o-ā (see Ped. ii 116 ). d s f. follais Ml 124d13 . g s f. foilse 30d14 . pl. foilsi 25b6 . 112b10 . falsi LU 2613 ( RC xxv 242 ). d p. failsib, Trip.² 20 (= failsi, Trip. 4.1 ). Superl. faillsem (gl. luculentissimam) Bcr 40a1 ( Thes. ii 28 ).

Manifest, evident, clear, open (to senses and esp. to under- standing) : gl. evidens Wb 32a2 . apertus Ml 42d6 . mani- festus 18c16 . O'Mulc. 301 . publicus Ml 30d14 . 124d13 . is peccad f.¤ do neoch cen aíne do dénam PH 4981 . na co rup f.¤ do chach fair a pheccad 5319 . is f.¤ gné mbroin fairseom LU 2279 ( FA 33 ). cidat demni ┐ cidat falsi araile di rūinib na esergi LU 2613 ( RC xxv 242z ). tria ingrintidib fállsaib = per apertos fidei adversarios PH 5868 . mirbaile follusa ALC i 388.16 . Freq. with cop. in formula : is f.¤ (do) it is evident (to ...), folld. by clause : is f.¤ ad drogduine siu it is manifest that thou art a bad man Wb 1c10 . is f.¤ dunni ... as firdia 2d8 . is f.¤ rundgabsat Ml 74d7 . is f.¤ dún file choibnius etir ... Sg 151b7 . is f.¤ isnaib dobriathraib so ata comsuidigthi it is clear that they are compounds 201b14 . is f.¤ isindí nachim rindarpaise it is manifest in that he has not cast me away Wb 5a18 . is f.¤ nandat foirbthi Wb 6b3 . conid f.¤ ... comdar gu-forglide PH 3150 . The clause is not always formally dependent : is f.¤ as for ng[n]imaib ni dligthi comardad fris it is plain from your performances that you do not deserve to be put on a level with him LU 8551 ( FB 41 ). is f.¤ tancatar aingil (= ecce angeli accesserunt) PH 4923 . co mbad fh.¤ triasin dánatus-sin ... tairisnecht do beith dó-som 5137 . Cf. also Wb 1c10 above.

Adv. : ind f.¤ (gl. coram) Ml 61b19 . hí f.¤ fiad chách (gl. superficie) Ml 24c19 . hi f.¤, hi clith openly Arch. iii 318 § 61 . hi tarchet Crist co f.¤ `wherein C. was manifestly foretold' Thes. ii 253.2 . ni lamad labra ... co f.¤ friss openly PH 62 . Compar. rochairig ... ni is foillsi (= manifestius arguit) 5132 . an chuisle as reime ┐ as folluise = vena grossior & apparentior R.Sláinte iii 9715 .

As subst.: ? cach f.¤ cunu foltuib (.i. in rath no in set turcluidhe) `every reward with its returns' Laws ii 286.14 (24) . ( SMFacs. 34a ; `... an jedem klar Bewiesenen mit seinen Objekten' ZCP xiv 373 ). hi cech ḟollus 'in every clear [testimony]' Ériu li 185 .

Compds. (with adj. in adverbial sense = ` plainly, mani- festly '). blogha ... follasbhrisde ML 132.17 . leibhionn ... follas-chiorrbhtha 86.4 . guth ard fh.¤-glan ZCP vi 42.17 . mirath f.¤-gnéthech manifest bad luck Aisl. MC 13.17 . fiorta f.¤-mhóra ZCP x 4.3 . in f.¤-pectach openly sinful Lism.L. 3755 . oc tabach císa ... na ḟ.¤-phecdach LB. 145a61 . (of Matthew, perhaps = Lat. publicanorum). fer faebhrach f.¤-réidh ` candid, placid ', Misc. Celt. Soc. 332.3 .

follusach

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adj o-ā manifest: fa'n eugcóir ḟollusaigh dogh- níthear orra `manifest injustices' Keat. i p. 76 (but cf. fallásach).

folma

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n (1 folam, falam) emptiness : ni biat i folma fria n-aiss, | a nglaiss nach a slabrada 'their fetters and chains will not be empty beside them (i.e. they will hold many hostages) (?)' Éigse x 189 § 33 .

folmach

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n m. (late vn. formation from folmaigid ?) depredation, damage (?) : leorghníomh ... san bhfolmhach éagcórach dorighne an céadathair, Eochairsgiath 27.24 . leóirghníomh san bhfolmhach (one of the three parts of repentance), 85.26 . rún aisig do bheith aige san bhfolmhach dorighne d'á chomharsannaibh 91.9 .