2 fochair

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(< 1 fochraíb, Celtica i 342 ) nearness, proximity , only in prep. phrase: i f.¤ near, with, in the presence of: a bfochair, a bfarradh, a bfogus ..., Kirk (`near a body' Eg. Gl. 4 ). na fh.¤ `with or near him' ib. ( Eg. Gl. 285 ). biasu im fochairsi i Pardus indíu, LB 142a27 = gu mbiá tú am ḟ.¤ a niú a bpáthras, Luke xxiii 43 . muna leicthi i f.¤ Pátraic he, Lism. L. 260 . conḟacca in fer ... ar in ḟod ina ḟochuir, Acall. 622 . is iat ba ferr bai i na f.¤ ann sin, Ann. Conn. 1256 § 5 . ina mbai d'occbaidh na Roman uili ina foc[h]air, CCath. 3015 . i forba in caisil i foc[h]air in mara, 3711 . dia mbói Maodhócc ┐ Ulltán ... a bfochair aroile together BNnÉ 251 § 206 . a bhḟ.¤ a dhisgiobal, Acts i 4 . an dream do bhíodh im fh.¤ (= qui juxta me erant) TSh. 4239 . mar do mhothaigh E. bas na f.¤ when E. perceived that her death was near Ériu xi 202y . Glacais a dhá shleidh ... | is gabhais iad 'na fh.¤ , Duan. F. ii 252 . Beside = compared with: a tteinidh shíordhuidhe atá coimh ghéur sin nach fuil acht sugradh a tteinidh saoghalta na f.¤ , Parrth. Anma 480.1 . ? tall in ochair an airdríogh 'yonder in the presence of the high king', Giolla Brighde 162 § 6 (perh. belongs to ochair).