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1 forgablaterforgam n u,o,m.(vn.offor-gaib, Ped. ii 529 .
Possibly two distinct words,-gab&-gom, are confused; see
gom),abloworthrustesp.a downward thrustfrom aspearor
70otherpointed weapon: f. ¤ .i. gai for, O'Mulc. 580 .is indilas
dona mnaib forgaib āith dona harmaib do tabairt, O'Dav.
118 (etym. gl. on:indilsi athforgaib).nicon tetarraid
béim na f. ¤ fair LU 5976 .mani thetarrais issin chetforgam
LU 5134 (-ḟorcam TBC² 651 ).ni rocht nech ... béim no
75fargum furri TBC 903 .dober C. forgáb for L. co mbuí
triit LL 275b5 ( Mór Muman § 10 ).forgom do gai fair, co
tárla triana brat(cf. TBFr. § 18 citeds.v. forgabál) RC xxiv
46 § 4 .marbad S. ..., ┐ suil Cormaic ... do brisidh d'aen-
forgum la hAengus RC xvii 19 .forgamh dia bhachaill
80do thabhairt ind, co ros gabh guin medhoin FM i 470.15 .
g s. la tabairtforgobainna bruinni co mboí isin cleith fris
anall LU 4369 =ag tabairt forgoma fair, Anecd. i 16.11 .
la béim forgama do gai ... in N. corraimid a druim triit
LL 260bx ( IT i 76 ).fri tabairt béime no forcaib, TTr.²
85 1706 .fer ... co ndubga ... i n-aicill forgaim MR 198.22 .
pl. forgobaoenḟer LL 119b36 (spear-feats in single combat?
cf.Críth G. quoted below).ro ghabh nathraigh mbí ... ┐
tucc tri forguma di for in corp, CCath. 4195 (=verberat
... vivo serpente cadaver Phars. vi 727 ).forgaibther .i.
for a tabar and in forgomh(of a bee-sting), Laws iv 178.6
5Comm. fergniae tri forggab[sic leg., Ed.]... fer fororggaib
forggab for a chomlonn co tregda in fer tria sciath ... fer
forgaib éclann ... co tuit di óenḟorggub, Críth G. 554 ( Laws
iv 336 ).

2 forgab: xseeforcam.

10 forgabál(forngabál) n ā,f.
I (a) in physical sensegrip,clutch: .uii. meóir ... co
ngabáil ingni sebaic co forgabáil ingne griúin ar cach n-aí
LU 6552 (=forgobail TBC² 2036 ). TBC 2725 . Holding
fast,keeping back: lie forgabailaru fual constriction RC
15 xii 90 .Of adam: do sgaoil ar in sruth ┐ ro ḟosgail an
ḟorgabail TBC 3888 St.co hionadh na forgabala 3878 St
(preparations for launching the Gae Bolga).
(b)in Lawsforcible or illegal seizure, esp. ofexactinga
due already paid: ina gabail etechta no ina forgabail
20(.i. firgabail uimpi dar gellaib ┐ dar airgib), Laws i 90.29 ;
cf. i ngabail aithgabalaettechta no inna forngabail , Ir.
Recht p. 9 (`Zurückbehalten').athgabail tar cert a forrn-
gabail, Laws v 256 .is i a forngabail cach athgabala ...
cin dia ruicter a breith ... do imluad aitherrach ib. forn-
25gabail, O'Dav. 958 .cin gaiti ... ó biudbuidh ina forngabail
do fechemuin ina breth tar crich` recapturing ' Laws i
222.14 Comm. cf. ii 76.22ff. Comm . Forma forngabhaid,
ma forngabadh, Laws i 220 the MS ( H 3.17,c. 83 ) has
ina forngab-which prob. should be readforngabáil as in
30 Laws i222.9 , 14 , where MS has same suspension.ar dofuslaicthi
fīr cach forrgabail .i. fuaslaictera firgabail on tī bīs oc
gabailime co inndligthech , H 3.18,233a17 .
(c)in wider senseseizing by force,capturing: ferann
creiche ... ┐ forgabhala, Cog. 40.24 ; 70.7 .laforgabhala
35Briain`in addition to the capture of B.' AU iii 342 [but the
form is eithergen.orpl.;leg lá f. ¤ ?]. As allegor.npr. m.:
Forgabail(one of `sē maccu Mīenich') RC xxiv 280 § 20 =
Forngabhail, Anecd. ii 63 (hence, prob.:fornghabhail
.i. cruas, O'Cl.).
40 IIOfamethodofspear-throwing: fosceirdside issa tír
súas in slig, ┐ a mmíl inna tháeb. léciud ón co forgabail,
[i.e.]cenéle n-imberta gaiscid, co lluid tarsin tlacht ... ┐
tresin léine baí im A., LL 250b8 ( TBFr. § 18 ).
Cf. 1 forgab.

45 forgabalach adj o-ā epithet of aspear: foga f. ¤ TBC² 3188 =
fogae fogablaighiSt ( TBC p. 749 n. 4 ). Forfogablach?
Cf.prec.

forgabul n(gabul)anadditional branchoroffshootof atribe,
asettlement(sent out from it?): remtus la sil Rosa F. a
50forgabail ┐ a ndeoraid i lurg in aenaig ut sunt Laigsi ┐
Fothairt`dependent branches' Dinds. 18 (= LL 215a8 .for-
gabal BB 360b1 ).
Cf. ro thormaighetar na toirthe co nach fuilngitis form-
nada forghablanna fiodhbaidh fothaibh`forked supporters'
55 MR 100.17 .Cf.gablán.

for-gaib v(a) seizes forcibly: fortngaib Finn lays hold of him
RC xxv 344 .in uair fargabus in braighi fil agum captured
ZCP vi 74.11 (but perh. this should be readfar ghabhus
at which I seized, orcf. ar-gaib).forgabsat ar feranna have
60seized
MR 222.15 . Expropriates: diam[b]sa rí ... ní fur-
gébaind mo thúatha ZCP iv 468 § 7 .
(b) in follg. exx. seems to mean attacks(thrusts,pierces)
with somepointed weapon(cf. forgab): cid ro oir[r], cid
forgaba.i. cid be oirgit o n-adarcaib gores(?) O'Dav. 1328 .
65 sāid ind fir di mil forgaibther (.i. for a tabar ... in forgomh)
his fill of honey for the man who is stung Laws iv 176.24
(178.5) .Cf.further:fer fororggaib forggab for a chomlonn
co tregda in fer tria scíath; ... fer forgaib cimbid ...; fer
forgaib éclann ar belaib sluaig ... co tuit di óenḟorggub,
70 Críth G. 554 ( Laws iv 336 ).
See1 forgab.

forgaimen: xseeforgemen.

forgaine ind(-gaíne?)?bá forggaine for cách a cluiche`in
his play he outwent all his comrades
' RC ix 454 ( LU 1669 =
75 fortail ... in gach cluicheYBL).

forgair :vb.seeforcongair.

forgaire: xseeforngaire.

forgal(l): xseeforgell.

forgam: xsee1 forgabandforcam.

80 forgarb adj o-ā very roughorcoarse: folt f. ¤ ZCP iii 247z .tri
mailghe ... forrgharbha ML 120.2 (=for-garbha ML² 1586 ).
co forgarb ainsergach, Aen. 1345 . Asnpr. m., RC xliii
46 § 43 .

? forgarmain n f.(cf. garmain)aweaver's beam: luaithidir
85lochaid iar f. ¤ , Corm.Y 1059 s.v. prull=forgamuin, Bodl.
forgharmanghnūis odharchaillighe ITS v 134.22 , is doubtful
as to form and meaning.