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1 fordul,-dal n o,m.(orig.n.? Marstrander brings it <*for-
65diall, RC xxxvii 224 ) going outof one's way; adetour;
digression;wandering,straying: fordal .i. do éol .i. seachrán,
O'Cl.luid Fergus ... f. ¤ mór fadess fetched a circuit to the
south
LU 4700 .dia tard Feargus in feac[h]t forddail for
slogu ... led the hosts ... on a detour BB 397b48 ( Dinds.
70 144 ).docoid fordal i ndá[i]l ban, Fianaig. 10 § 5 .ba
lúath mo chéim cen f. ¤ LU 1307 = Im. Brain ii 290 .co
mbadh co direch no gabadh gan filledh, gan f. ¤ ann, CCath.
3473 .dochuadur almha ... ar fainnel ┐ ar f. ¤ AU iii 586 .
in long do bheth for f. ¤ , Aen. 1236 .gapsat fordal ┐ merugad,
75 Fl. Earls 62.18 .ris téighmis fardul (sic leg.) fedha roaming
the forest
Acall. 159 .techt fordal conaire, Aen. 194 .dorala
fordal conaire ... dona slocchaibh, lá dobhardhoirche na
hoidhche FM vi 2282.20 .bliadhain ... dhóibh for f. ¤ na
fairrge, Leb. Gab. i 72 .na tiagat céim forddail astep aside,
80adeviation LL 189b40 .traig fordail di[a] chonair ria com-
lund oenḟir`to swerve a foot' RC xiv 398y .pl. arnafordulu
no tíag LU 4725 .In wider sensean error,mistake: ní
rad fordaill RC xx 134.11 ( ACC Comm. ).gnīm cen ḟarddal
(: Alban) no errant act Rawl. 86a52 .ni fordal ná imroll
85robhaoi forn ima fforaithmet, Hugh Roe 162.11 (f. 43b) .
gan mor ordul BB 277b10 = BR 190.6 .cen fordull (: sund)
LB 102 marg. sin. Cf. fordallach.

2 fordul ? ind áile [leg.áiliu] esgra ... foirchrédh a chos, mes
a f. ¤ , Ériu xiii 41.14 , hence:f. ¤ .i. dar liumsa is ainm don
fleisg bis re bēal in escra, O'Dav. 884 (the wooden handle
5across a pail or similar vessel ?)

for-dúna v ā shuts,closes,fastens: cech dubdrolom ... for
da dúna(of girdles) LU 7741 ( BDD 130 ).fortniadae .i.
fordúnait no foriadait LB Fél. lxxxii (gl. on May 31 ).

fordúnad n u,m.(vn.of prec.):ō ro airigh P. in mbloigh
10tiri i mboi do imsuidhe fair ┐ do fordúnadh imbe beleaguered
and enclosed
CCath. 3464 .In prosody techn.termfor the
endingof apoem: amail rongabh lasin filidh: `Donnchad
dianfich domun' ┐ rl. .i. co rob `Donnchad' risin
fordunad IT iii 29 = ZCP vi 262z .

15 fordúnta adj io-iā(part.offor-dúna) closed,shut;enclosed:
dorus fordunta [v.l.duntae] fó glas RC x 62.7 .tech
fordunta(=conclausam domum) Lat. Lives 11 = Trip. 56.30 .
ogam fordunta(a species of Ogham with letters enclosed
in brackets), Auraic. 6086 .ar indisin forduntu(gl.con-
20clusori, perh. understood asconcluso) Ml 34a22 ; see Thes.
i p. 718 .

for-ebla v 3 s. fut.; seefor-ail.

forech: xseeairech.

*for-eclainn v(glenn-`glean') selects,chooses: pass. pret.
25 dias ...forroeglassd'óentoisc o Ailill ... ar dáig do gona-su
TBC 4389 =ro cuireadhSt. See O'Daly, Verb. Syst. TBC
3459 ( Ériu xiv ).

for-ecmaing v Cf. for-cumaing. (a) came upon,alit:
forecmaiṅg sin scíath os a broind TBC 2034 =co ttarlaSt
30 is and sin traforecmangaidFiru Crandce he meets 2019
(spurious3 s. pres.form ?).
(b) happened(to be): is and barecmaiṅg dóib side bith
ar múr Temra L., LL 264b32 ( MU² 362 ).Cf. barrecaim
Conall ir-remthús CRR 36 .barrécaim d'Ultaib tidacht
35immach ib.

forecor n o,n. force,rape: ben ara taburtar forecar n-eicne,
Laws v 274.12 Comm. is a forecur eicne rucadsi [sic leg.]
co Cormac RC xxv 36.1 .

foréicen n ā,f.in early mod. Ir. alsoo,m.(cf. éicen). (a)
40 violence,compulsion: triallais in ben forecin fairsim LB
115b10 .dochoid dia deoin fen ... ┐ ni la forécin PH 2361 .
dochuaidh ... a tir forro d[fh]oregin isin port landed forcibly
Aen. 2437 .comad tre foreigin rogabad rige BB 488b4 .
tre ḟoireicin Chuind forro under compulsion from C. ZCP
45 viii 274y .tochmarc foréicne wooing by force Acall. 6464 .
i forcomol foréicne LL 227b47 ( TTr. 790 ).tre foreicin teit
i tir cen coibni, Laws v 462z .ag imirt foirneirt is foréigin
ar Éirinn, Keat. iii 2708 .ag cur fhoiréigin an fhuinn se
i gcéill the intensity of this longing TSh. 4421 .fíon a nfoir-
50éigin the wine of violence Prov. iv 17 . As alleg.npr. m.:
Forranach mac Forecne, Anecd. ii 49 .
(b) enduring violenceoroppression; astrait: d'accáine
a imnid ┐ a ḟoréicne frind RC xiii 46.3 ( LL 297a19 ).as
meadhair ḟir re fóireigean`the ravings of a man in great
55danger
' ML 102x (1382) .a chosg foiréigne chrú gCuinn
`thou hindrance of the suffering of C.'s race' TD 41.17 .
térna féin ... ón ffoiréiccen sin FM vi 1938 .d'fhurtacht
m'fhoiréigin to rescue me from violence Ériu ix 6.58 .ré
fulang gach feadhma ┐ gach foiréigin, TSh. 8951 .

60 foréicentach adj o-ā exercising violenceoroppression: ris an
bfoiréigeantach theoppressor Prov. iii 31 .

foréicnech adj o-ā violent,forcible,oppressive: nert foreicnech
na flatha, Lism.L. 1912 .cathair foirecneach afortress
BB 208a30 (Todd Nenn. 180 ).crithgalar forécnech LB
65 142b57 .rith foirreiccnech BNnÉ 65 § 97 .fuirech forecnech,
H 3.18,233a24 .bás foiréigneach death by violence Keat.
iii 831 .fonn foiréigneach compelling desire TSh. 2051 .
íota fhoiréigneach intense thirst 9245 .súgha foreiccnec[ha]
`forceful juices' CCath. 4135 .ron-bera co foréicnech co
70pianaib ... iffirnd PH 5353 .curab edh is fail ann .i. foghar
fóiréignech tic ó ... gluasacht foiréignech an gaili`Hiccup
is a forced noise proceeding from a ... forcible motion of the
stomach
' O'Gr. Cat. 190.5 .Superl.:an ciontach is foiréig-
nighe ré déanamh an uilc se, TSh. 10337 . Assubst.:la
75f. ¤ fedma violence of their exertions MR 256.24 .

foréicnige n iā,f. violence,force: a fhoiréignighe éigheas
sé orra, TSh. 4757 .

foréicnigid v g compels,forces: forēcnigteran liaigh cum
na n-aicideadh so do leiges ar tūis RC xlix 18.6 .

80 foréicnigud n u,m. forcing;violating: rola láim dar in
n-ingin dia forēcnigud LL 167b22 =da foreicniugud, Dinds.
86 .

fo-reith v(reth-;cf.Lat.succurrere, subvenire).ipv. 2 s.
f-a-rith, Fél. Ep. 407 .3 s. fairtheth ZCP xi 92.2 .pres.
85 1 s. for-riuth ZCP v 503.17 .3 s. fodoreith, H 3.18,214a .
forith, Mon. Tall. § 85 .3 pl. fo-d-rethat ZCP xi 93.4 (see
below). The subj. forms are not always distinguishable
from those offo-rig:pres. subj. 3 s. fo-rē, Bürgsch. § 53 .
con-don-foír(: noíb.) Hy v 89 (this peculiar form is com-
mented on by Thurn., Gr. 392 ).fut. 3 s. fumré-se, Thes. ii
5241.13 ( Arm. 18a1 ).3 pl. farrēsat ZCP xi 92 § 10 .sec. fut.
3 s. foreissed Mon. Tall. § 90 (? Possibly this belongs to
fo-rig).pret.andperf. 3 s. farāith TBC² 2923 .cf. furráith,
Thes. ii 241.14 ( Arm. 18a1 ).fororaid Hy v 32 .3 pl. fos-
ráthatar LU 4901 .
10(a) succours,helps (with acc. of pers. or thing):farith
asin (v.l.issin; arin) tsnímsa`help him out of this sadness'
Fél. Ep. 407 .fairtheth a thuatha let him succour his peoples
ZCP xi 92 § 10 .forith ... ind soscele ┐ cobrid inda han-
manna ... amal forith uiuos, Mon. Tall. § 85 .ro foraith
15ésium ma gabáil ind uird sin helped him by adopting that
order
BColm. 24.26 (see ZCP viii 592 ).fedait ... dichuind
... fīr fo-rethar the irrational ( = minors) produce testimony
that is supported
Bürgsch. p. 19 .fo-ráith már ṅgur ṅgalar
`she succoured ... diseases' (supported, endured? The
20commentary shows uncertainty about the meaning) Fél.
Jan. 15 . ?forriuth a n-écnach(a misspelling? But perhaps
this belongs tofor-reith) ZCP v 503.17 . Here probably:
co fórseddo Ultaib terchomrac slóig LU 4700 ( =foirsed
TBC² 227 . Rendered `till U. should have completed' Fara-
25day, Cattle-raid, as if fromfor-fen, but that would not
explain the -s-).Cf.(b).
(b)in Lawstakestheplaceof,is equivalent to,constitutes:
foreith arra anarra`arra'articles are equivalent to`anarra'
articles Laws iii 152 .cf. iv 36.29 .acht ni fo-ressat a frithfolta
30oitsiu save what is compensated by equivalent services on thy
part
Bürgsch. 15 § 51c .acht ní fo-rē tairic ┐ dingbail ...,
17 § 53 .Cf. achgabail ( = athgabáil) crui foreith a saidbre
Laws i 214.30 ( =foreth a set iarcru, H. 3.7,83 ;cf. H
3.18,372a and O'C. 2687 ).ocht n-arnaile ... forrethat int
35eitged Laws iii 94.12 ( =forregara n-e., H 3.18,400.16 ).(C)orus
fine feneachus fodoreith, H 3.18,214a . See alsofoirseand
for-reith.
(c) in:arnap co faill ... fonna fod-rethat(of a charioteer)
ZCP xi 93.4 . the meaning seems to be ` support .'Cf.
40the variant textib. 83.9 .