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fubthad n u,m.(vn.offo-botha) alsobubthad.The act of
frighteningorintimidating: ni f. ¤ fil isind lassir(gl.quae
80non terret) Ml 40c2 .fubtad feirge LL 371a16 . Often used
of terrifying by noise: (of illegal driving of cattle)fubta
la feargluinde dia cuimgither cnamu (.i. beim for sciath
no int ṡlat for cuaille), Laws v 138.13 (21) = O'Dav. 500 .
adcoimcaiset crandu fri scíathu do ḟ. ¤ Patraic, Trip. 142.17
85(1648) .bí Germán ... crand fria sciath do bupthad na
ndam LU 1751 ( RC ix 482 ;v.l. ubtadh,fubtadh) =do
ḟubthadh, Anecd. i 58 § 65 .docorastar huamhon for na
sluagho. ní bu fubthud cin damna`a frightening [fright ?]
without cause
' Ériu ii 100 § 8 .ar ṁbúbthad-ni de smútgur
... morṡluaig TBC 5110 .allgot[h]a móra ... na n-uasal
5... ic fubtadh a mbidbad, CCath. 5949 . Scare away,warn
off: do bubtaid borb ┐ aineolach, O'C. 2178 ( Eg. 88,f.6 c )
=do fubhtad, H 3.18,p. 469a9 ( Cóic Conara 26 § 1 ) =
dfubthach borb ┐ aneolach ar na tistais buirb ... do acrau
eolach , Rawl. 114b27 ( Cōic Conara 23 =fubta 57 § 133
10[ H 3. 18,486 ]). Threatening: bubthad.i. bagarut est
b. oc fleid, O'Dav. 211 =buftadh oc fleid ZCP xvi 213
( Nero A vii f. 154b ).fubtadh .i. bagar, O'Cl.robud .i.
re mbuptadh bíos warning , i.e.it is before(=precedes)
threatening Corm.Y 1085 .Cf. fubaco fessaib .i. a fubthad
15co fesaib, O'Dav. 930 .
Cf. ag fubthadGall D. fair, Hugh Roe² 24.16 (13b ,fub
MS., which, in O'Reilly's transcript, 23 P 9,p. 13x , and
in the first ed. is expandedfubairt, an unlikely reading).

fubthaide: xsees.v. foibdide.

20 fubthaire n io,m. one whoterrifiesorintimidates(?): in
fubthairi ... de Loch tuaid Gamenais ZCP ix 450.19 .bid
maircc mac ind ḟubthairi xx 222.28 ( xiii 376 ).

? fubudur: n cen f. ¤ n-airi(gl.sincerum, of silver) Ml 31d5 .
Apparently corrupt; `without injury(?)' Thes.;without
25 dross(alloy) ?(Plummer).
Leg. fubae [n]dūr?

? fuca: ind aderar gurab inand f. ¤ ┐ imad imderga, O'Dav.
997 s.v. fuiche; probably due to a misunderstanding of
Lat.fuco(<fucus`red dye') in other glosses,e.g. fuichthi
30.i.fuco, on imdergad O'C. 2042 ( H 4. 22,p. 60b ) and O'Mulc.
551 . Seefuich.

fuchacht: xseefuichecht.

fudb: xseeodbandfodb.

fudba (vn.offo-diben?Cf. fuidbe):fudhba m.,g s. n p.
35 fudhba,-dha IGT,Decl. § 2 (p. 39.23) ,égin fudba daingni
dóib | do burba tṡlóigh Gaillbi a nglíaidh, ex. 67 .

fudbaid: vsees.v. fubaidandfo-diben.

fudbud ? ind co f. ¤ doludemar RC xx 404.1 (from a poem quoted
in the gloss on:hicudbud cain struith ACC § 122 ); `perhaps
40a place-name' Stokes.

? fúde: n f. ¤ .i. fuidell leavings,remnant , Bodl. Corm. s.v.
sméróit (=fuaitLB, YBL).

fudumain adj ilaterfodumain(fo+domain) deep,profound
(in lit. andfig.sense):is fudumuin ind rún so Wb 5c14 .
45 isin goithluch fudumain(gl.profunda palude) Ml 33c3 .
fothai fudomnai domuin SR 8081 . Assubst., profundity,
depth,lowest part: amalabis ┐ amalfudumain Ml 55d11 .
pl. fudumnae(gl.profunda [Dei] Wb 8b6 .ind usci robatar
hi fudumnaib talman Ml 40d16 .inna fudumnai in moro
50 81a4 .ós fudumnaib aicgéin SR 6 .sís co fudomnaib iffirn
144 .fudomna mara, Hy vii 29 .i fudamain iffir[n]d LU
2129 ( FA 19 =fúdomainLB).a fudomain talman, Aen.
3176 (:cavâ ... terrâ, Aen. Virg. xii 894 ).i bhfodhomhain
┐ i bhfír-íochtar ... ifrinn, TSh. 572 . Eochairsg. 81.34 .
55In sense remotest part,recesses: a fudhomhuin fairge fuil
an inis sin, Marco P. 146 .hi fudomnaib ecnai, Fél. May 30
(fudomuin,etc. v.l.).fir Brefne do theacht i ffudomun
na Brephne CS 342.1 .Compar. fudumnuquam mare
(gl.domnu murib) Hy v 18 Comm. ( Thes. ii 331.17 ).

60 fudumanta adj io-ia deep,profound:infig.sense:aingli ... ┐
siad f. ¤ iar fis YBL 170a5 .atbert nechi fúdhomanta ele
friu LB 148a50 .

fudumnae n iā,f.(fudumain) depth,profundity: topur fri
fudumna, Arch. iii 218.16 .do mheit in glinde ┐ dia fhudhom-
65nai, Ériu ii 132 § 109 .Fig.:fudumne ind fiss Wb 5c16 .

? -fuga: v geibid in mac ... ┐ nusfuga co tall as, Ériu i 120.7 ;
sentence refers to extracting the `gae bulga'; anleg. nosfuba
cut him(fubaid) ?

? fugaim: ind foogomor .i. iar f. ¤ O'Mulc. 558 (iar fu gaim?).

70 fugal(l): xseefuigell.

fugnachta(-nochta) ? n gach focal ón laoch gan baoghal
bárrtha | is teannta ughdair i bhfughnachta [a bhfúimiont
v.l.] a ráidhteadh, Hackett xl 120 .tar ḟughnochtaibh
ḟliuchdhoimhne ... na fairrge` polls ' (?) ML 46.27 (the
75corresp. passage ML² 687 has:tar fudomnaibfliuchdoimne
na fairgi). Apparently deep,depth or something similar.
The ML ex. could be a by-form ofudnocht.

? fuibdid: n bí it ḟuibhdhidh`be a good disputer ' Content.
xxii 2 .Cf. fuidbeandfuidbech.

80 fuichandfuiche n m. acuckold . The latter and more usual
form may have been orig. an abstract = ` cuckoldry ';cf.
fer fuichi a cuckold Laws v 284.3 (one of seven unfit to bear
witness; with expl.:cach dibh ar a cheile).fuiche fer
mna aga roibe fer aile tar a cend, O'Dav. 997 ,cf. 935 where
85word is fancifully connected withceo`mist'.fuche ...
ara minco imdergtair, O'Mulc. 551 (derived from Lat.
fucus).écond cach fuithi, Arch. iii 228.90 .cacha fuich
a mac co ndergeltar [sic MS.] de every cuckold has possession
of his (putative) son till purchased from him
(by the real
father) Laws iii 310.16 ; 314.2 , quoted O'Dav. 997 .cach
5fuith a mac nocon n[d]eirceltar de, Arch. iii 226 , Aib. Cuigni
30 ( ZCP xiii 301 ).is cacha fuichi a mac meni crither de,
Rawl. 141a15 = ZCP viii 319.32 , LL 333b34 (chreder).
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