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fulach n(folach;cf. fulang)o,n.(vn.offo-loing; perh.
originally the same word asfolach,q.v.) Also treated as
s-stem :n s. folog Wb 17b23 (a prima manu).fulach Ml
22d9 .a d s. folag, BCrólige 11 (other spellings in this text are
85 folach,folog,folug,folac,foluc).folaidh, Laws iii 356.11 , 14 ;
for foluch iv 302.11 ;ar folad, Laws iv 362.3 .n p. folaig,
Laws v 312.1 . ?d p. fuilgib SR 4891 . Later generally
replaced byfulang,q.v.
(a) bearing,supporting,enduring, in physical and moral
sense : f. ¤ inna fothodo(leg. fochodo) Ml 22d9 .f. ¤ a fercae
5 32d4 .ar formtheacht ┐ folad(use of the leg), H 3.18,17a
( Laws iv 362.3 ).trom an t-oire ré fholach, Dán Dé vii 30 .
(b) concrete,asupport,prop: uindius ? folach ┐[om.?]
rigliasda ash ? Support of a royal thigh(of the virtues of
certain trees), Laws iv 150.3 .fāl ḟossud f. ¤ fírnoeb SR
10 986 .
(c) in Laws support,maintenance: folach cetmuintire
Laws i 230.24 .Esp. ofsick-maintenance(with or without gen.
othrusa) : annsom i n-ot[h]rus folach fir frisnā fuachur,
BCrólige 15 .cethrar a lāndām for feacht feli ┐ for folach
15n-othrusa BB 338b10 ( Laws v 30 Comm. ).a diis for foluch ,
Críth G. 118 .ataid secht folaig ata andsom folongar i
tuaith : folach rig, folach briugaig, folach goband,etc.
(cases of sick-maintenance especially heavy, because the
functions of the sick persons must be supplied during their
20disablement) Laws v 312.2 . triar... folongaiter folug
mboairec[h]`who are maintained according to the [standard
of maintenance] of a
boaire' BCrólige 51 .

1 fulacht n u,m.(cf. fulacht m. g s. -aichtand-achta, given
under decl. ofbeandacht, but proscribed as a faulty form,
25 IGT,Decl. § 25 ). The original sense is uncertain ; recess,
cavity(?) ; cf. caide i nduine aitreibh an ghotha ? .i. i
bfulachtaibh taoibh ┐ tromchridhe, Ériu xiii 36.5 . 24 .
ceithre huide [an ghotha] .i. a f. ¤ go druim, a druim go
bruinne, a bruinne go braighe, a braighe go beola 36x .
30 im-foilge guth i bfulachtaibh taoibh 37.21 (=i bfolachtaibh
toib, O'Dav. 1094 ).
Freq. in the meaningcooking-pit,fireplace(usually out
of doors, in a wood), hence alsothe act of cooking,esp.
roastingorbaking: co n-accai in fer ocond ḟulucht i mmedón
35ind feda ... oc funi in tuircc LU 4948 .o ro ṡernad Noísi
... fulocht for feda fianchlar | millsiu cach biud ... | arar-
alad mac U., LL 261a25 ( Lg. 17 ). (in list of common rights
in a territory :)f. ¤ cacha chaille .i. in ni ara ndentar f. ¤ isin
caill .i. ind[i]uin(seeindeóin), Laws v 482.26 (484.12) .
40 ag ... for fulucht ... ag ... inbruithe`a calf ... to be roasted
... a calf ... to be boiled
ii 252y ( SM Facs. 31a , ZCP xiv 355 ).
triar oc dénam fulochta(in an `imda') LU 7658 ( BDD 123 ).
(in an encampment :)do hordaigheadh aca ... a bhfeasa
┐ a bhfulachta`their feasts and their cookings' ML 76.13
45(1079) .fianbotha folachta, Cog. 60. 10 .dogniat ... fianbotha
f. ¤ ┐ feolchombach, Hugh Roe 132.11 (f.35b) .eoin a doiribh
... | rosoichtís f. ¤ Fénne, Acall. 732 .ainm in chiuil dignitis
na fianae um an bf. ¤ fiansae, Corm. Y 562 .saigid folachtai
co tinntud uad dot tig(a journey permitted on Sunday)
50 LB 204b40 =s. foluchta, Anecd. iii 22 .ce atagtha for
fulochtu iarum conusnesta ina carnu`on cooking-hearths'
Ériu ii 122 § 63 .cf. um Dheirg ... dar cheird ... falocht i
bhfinnḟeadhaibh, DDána 83.21 .i fianboith folachtae i
ccuas cairrgi(where the outlawed Earl of Desmond was
55captured in 1583) FM v 1794.1 .cf. féarbhoth[fian-, Atk.]
fhulachta` cooking-booth ' TSh. 5946 (disparaging simile of
the world).folach fiann .i. both folachta, Laws i 206.4
Comm. `inadh fulachta so', ar F., `┐ is cian o dorindedh'.
`Is fír, ar C., `┐ f. ¤ na Morrighna so, ┐ ní déntá gan uisci',
60 Lism.L. xliii .fulacht na Morrigna in so .i. blogh di feoil
huim ┐ araili di ḟeoil ḟonaithi ┐ mir n-immi irse ┐ ni legad
a n-im ┐ ba fonaithi a n-om ┐ ni ba loiscthi an bruithi ┐
moale nobitis a triur for in mbir YBL 419a12 .Cf Fulacht
na Morrigna and so .i. crand a roth ┐ crand a mol edtir
65teine ┐ uisci ┐ iarand a corp ┐ da nai rethlen as an moil sin,
etc. Celt. Rev. viii 74 .cf.also Triads 120 .isind crand
fulucht fianachta`the appropriated tree' Laws i 206.12
Comm. (referring to :im crand ngabala bis i ndithrib 202.2 ;
leg. crand-fulacht or crand fulachta?).oc fulucht draidech-
70tae brewing magic potions RC xii 100 § 133 .dē en foulachtae
the fumes of the concoction, ib. bidh e an t-ionadh ainglidhe
| a mbia fian bān i foluc[h]t BNnÉ 193 § 13 .
By extension,thecontentsof thepit,food cooked: ba do
gessib Con C. cen adall fulachta dia chaithim LL 120a14 .dia
75mbad ḟulocht mór nobeth and ib. 18 .co mbert a f. ¤ n-uadaib
carried off the food they had cooked RC xxv 344.3 .ba ferr
folacht Formáoile | tri cháoga damh ... um cháoga muc,
Duan F. i 15.11 .ollamh re fagháil fulachta(=praeparatis
ad escam) TSh. 7996 .
80In later times certain spots were popularly calledfulachta
Fian (na bhF.):do bhíodh do mhéid na dteinnte-se go
bhfuilid a láithreacha dubhloiscthe i mórán d'áitibh i
nÉirinn aniú ┐ is diobh ghairmid na criadhaireadha Fulacht
Fian, Keat. ii 5113 .
85The phraseFOR F. ¤ camping;in hiding is perhaps another
extension :Ri dochoid fecht for folocht | ... diaro chind
Iudas in mbrath | dia mbui i nGlind Iosofath SR 7737
(hardly a ref. to the Last Supper, as suggested Duan F. iii .
More probably to Gethsemane). But a commoner word for
this isfolachta,q.v.