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fúalang n o,m. frenzy,distraction,mental derangement , of a
75temporarystate induced byterror,grief,etc. , never of
martial fury; freq. used of distracted persons:nos-geb
fualung ┐ dasacht, Aen. 792 (=saevit inops animi Virg.
Aen. iv 300 ).rosgab fualung ┐ dasacht Aen. 1662 ( Virg. Aen. vii 377 ), Aen. 2176
(in all cases of frantic women).doratad iar sin fualaṅg
80fóthe coro liṅg dar dua ind liss LL 274ax .na hairrdhena
... fúalaing ┐ foluaimhnighe, Buile S. 2 § 1 .ro linad in
saer-miled ... d'fualang ┐ d'uathbas MR 232.2 (=d'ualang
LL 409aw ).faennēlla fualaing MR 230.11 . co ndeochaid E.
... for fualang ar a imomhon BB 391a28 (= Dinds. 80 ).
85 go ro líon dfeircc gur bhó suaill na deachaidh for f. ¤ ┐ dásacht
FM vi 2360 .teacht uad ar f. ¤ (of cattle), O'C. 2328 ( Eg. 88
f. 25c ) =forfulung .i. ar dasacht, H 3. 17,c. 637.39 ( O'Don.
888 ).do leig spuir docum a eich ar f. ¤ (ara f. ¤ sinv.l.), Fier.
231 .mar choin ar fualang, O'Reilly Poems 2389 .Of
intoxication: cf. cid dech do lindaib flatha | ebthair flaith
5lindai f. ¤ , Anecd. i 14 .Of physicalsuffering: mar go bhfuil-
ngeann an t-othar ... iomad fualaing tré ṡíneadh láimhe
an leagha, TSh. 8234 (v.l. fualuinn, p. 494 ). ?caín feid
a rosc rocheim inna chend síar | caín fúalaing fuither glaini
sair LU 8343 ( FB 24 ; apparently of Cú Chulainn's con-
10tortions).

fúalas n o,m.(variant offíalus?) household;company,
retinue,followers: co ro bāithedh ... co lín a fualais, Dinds.
26 .co ndrochair A. ann cona rignaib ┐ co lin a fualais
olcheana ib. 82 , hence (Gwynn, Herm. xiv 472 )f. ¤ no fialas
15.i. muinntear, O'Cl. Belongings,appurtenances(?): du
ber[t] a se damh fodesin co lin a fualais BB 277b48 ( =co
lin a [b]fualaisc`with all their appointments' BR 196 .tuc
a seoit do fadeisin co lion a fualuis LL 386a5 ).se daimh
co lin a tualais BB 278a12 =fualais LL 386a40 .

20 fúalascach nthe ex. cited from Sg below suggestsm.but the
others point ton.orf.(deriv. offlesc, Thurn. Gr. 511 )
small branches,twigs,osiers(coll.);a bush,brakeorthicket:
in fualascach bec ásas asin chrunn Sg 65a7 .fualascach
(gl.arbusta` branches ' Ps. lxxix 11 ) Thes. i 5.39 .don
25fualascach maeth(gl.virgulto) LB 277a43 .n p. nafualas-
cacha (gl.arbuscula) Lib. Hymn. i 70 gl. 28 .cf. innafualas-
cach (gl.vitulamina) Ml 48c23 ; (gl.parva virgulta)ib. 24 .
d p. fualascachaib ib. 22 .tulach ... [┐] f. ¤ coisegartha inti,
Aen. 66 (virgulta Virg. Aen. iii 23 ).ar lar fualascaigh
30coirneacdai, TTebe 46 .na feda ┐ na fualascada 313 .fualas-
caige imda ┐ fidhneimedha` shrubs ' CCath. 4108 (hence
probablyfualascaidhe .i. slaitine beaga cáola, O'Cl.).doni-
ter cretach curach ... do ualoscaibh [fualascaigibv.l.] in
muighe 2377 .Cf. co nár fágaibfrémh na fulasgach na
35flesg ḟeadha go grian na talmangan nochtadh ... co nár
ḟás frémh na fulusgach na fér, ina fochan ... san ionadh
sin ..., B iv 1,144b12 ( = Glenmasan MS. Celt. Rev. iv 208 ,
which omits the plant-names). In place-name:a Beluch
... Fhualascaig, Met. Dinds. ii 58 .Cf. Ráith foalascich,
40 Arm. 18a1 ( Thes. ii 240.15 ). Asnpr. m.:mac Fualascaig,
Rawl. 89a22 . LL 349a57 .Cf. fúalasg.

fúalasg n .i. folt hair Dúil Laithne 5 ( Goid. 75 ).Cf.prec.

? fúalcecht n moisture,wetness(?): renda ... doberat rothes
na ro-uacht nó roḟualcect [sicMS.] for talmain`great
45moisture
' (?) Ériu ii 126 § 85 (Tenga Bithnua). Om. in
the corresp. passage YBL 85a1 - 2 .

fúalrach: xapparently a metathesized form offúarlach,
q.v.

fúalrad ? n ni f. ¤ fann firmimeint SR 206 ; possibly a collective
50fromfúal(q.v.) which may have originally = fluid,liquid .

fúalraigthe ? ind co ma fualraigthi fir-doimne na coillti niamda
Neimegda`the very depths of the ... woods ran red' (?)
TTebe 282 ; the passage describes effects of a rain-storm;
possibly floodedorfloods? Cf.prec. andfúalrach.

55 1 fúam n sound:seefúaimm.

? 2 fúam: ind Fuamnach f. ¤ ba ben Midir LL 11b20 (=F. báeth
LU 10704 . Ériu xii 190 );Fuaimnech bhaeth H 3.18,606a .
Probably a mistake in LL.

? fúamaige: ind Faolán fuamann fuamaighe`F. of resounding
60rapidity
' FM ii 644 (poem);fuamannseems gp. offúaim
= `noise' (i.e.report, fame ?); perhaps an abstr. from
fúaim.

fúaman,fúamain: na word of doubtful meaning, apparently
either some part of the body orsomearticleofoutside
65 clothing ; Thurneysen Heldensage p. 601 conjectures
`Halstuch', neck-clothorscarf: drech lethderg ... lais,
fúamain find fuinechda, brat gorm LU 8637 ( FB 47 ). Of
two chariot-fighters:cinnas dothíagat ? Dóit fri dóit.
leóit fri leóit. fúamain fri fuamain, gúalaind fri gúalaind
70 LU 8704 ( FB 53 ), glossed:fuamain .i. taeb, H 3.18,p. 608a—b
( O'C. 1323 ).atchíu a ndá ngruaid ngormgela | conid fri
fúamun find fuinechdae | fordath soerdath snechtaide | di
díb súilib ... LU 7381 ( BDD 100 ).Cf. āillde do dainib
a delb itir folt ┐ rosc ┐ huamain TBC² 3223 .drech cain
75... ulcha úrchas ... huamond álaind etrocht glan leis LL
237b13 = TTr. 1529 (`face' Stokes).
Thurneysenop. cit.sees the same word in the follg. ex. :
tobert [Fúamnach] in n-athaig cétnae fo Etaín condabert
asa gríanán for in fúamain forsa ra bi riam co cend secht
80mbliadna fo Herind LU 10648 (=foran imluamain, Ériu
xii 156 ;for a mumuaman riamh, H 3.18,606a ( ZCP v
524 ).
O'Clery's glosses:fuaman .i. gile; .i. sgáile, do not suit
above exx.; the former may be due to association of word
85withfinn,fuinechda.
Cf. úamann.