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75 follnathir (-n- orig. a sign of present tense formation,
Ped. ii 525 . Thurn., Bürgschaft p. 31 , suggests theverbis
from a stemfollan; seefollán. For the meaning implied
by thiscf. ZCP xi 97 cited below. It would not suit most
of the instances recorded).Ipv. 2 s. follaide Ml 46b18 .
80 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. inrufollnastar 13b29 .Pass.
pres. pl. rel. follatar Ml 77b4 .fut. s. folnaibthir LL 287a26 .
85 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.regerein Glosses. :cach
flaith nad bí co firbessaib fírinne ḟollnathar ZCP xi 87 § 42
=hi fírbescnaib . . . follnadar LL 294b8 . (cf. ZCP xi97 § 57 cited
5below).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
10faidsine ... 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 .
15 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
20 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
25hErinn 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
30fri 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 suggestsfalnastar).mac
rig fallnar for tuathaib ... mac rig fallnathar i mBribb Rawl. 128a50 .
35 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 thisverb.

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

follracht: xseefulracht.

follscad,foillsged n m.(vn.offo-loisci) scorching,burning:
45 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 oftrespass,cf. fallscad) iv 146.17 Comm .
mianglacad mogad ar fandṡlataib ... fidbaidi ga follsccadh
MR 238.4 =aga foillsgead LL 410b30 . Transf. andfig.:
50 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 .
Seefaelscud.

55 follscaide adj io-iā(part.offo-loisci) scorched: tir ... follscide
LU 2145 ( FA 21 ;folois[c]thiLB). 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
60(inflamed) words Anecd. ii 72.1 . Asnpr. m.:Follscaide
mucaid Maic Da thó, Dinds. 112 .

follugud,failligud (-echad)n u,m.(vn.offollaigid) neglect-
ing,omitting;overlooking: (a)huand f. ¤ (gl.neglectu) Ml
70a10 . (of cattle trespass :)odcathaig and sin, arus óg in
65follugad (.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
70lais 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 .
75 Cf. is ferrde dún cech follugad doberum fort (foll-gud
[ = follamnugud ?] doberafoirnv.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
80delay, 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
85d'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 ).