fo-geir

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fo-geir or dil.ie/22728

Forms: fugeir, fosn-gert-side, fochertis, faighreadh, fadhradh

n (gor-, guir- `to heat')

I Heats, inflames; (fig. ) chafes, irritates, excites: f.¤ a nggalar in uile corp ... is comadas dúun ... fongera, Thes. ii 246.2 , 4 ( Cambr. 37d ). gop con gop gai glais fom-geir tóeb do thabairt riu LL 146b21 ( PRIA iii 542 ). aní f.¤ mo menma, Metr. Dinds. iv 334 . inn uair fot-geir do gēd while (the loss of) thy goose chafes thee Fianaig. 42 § 2 . Cf. fugerr cricha mo cridhe `it cuts (?) my heart's limits' AU 877 (poem); leg. fugeir ? tuargabsat, fogeir ar túatha, idhain brátha, ZCP viii 196 § 19 . foggerat ūaith ethrai terrors burn (their) ships (?) Rawl. 115b12 = Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41.2 . pret. in tress dabach ... fosn-gert-side combo chuimsi dó a tess ┐ a fuacht, LU 5203 ( TBC-I¹ 725 ). fogert guss gaile | Fergusa firu, ZCP viii 306.12 .

II Tempers; seasons (cf. fo-beir): ? fogertis mo gai for ocuib Fáil my spears used to be tempered (?) LU 1257 ( Imr. Brain ii 289 where ed. would read fochertis). pass. perf. do faighreadh i gceardcha an einigh, Ó Bruad. iii 212 . do fadhradh , ii 206 .

Cf. fogur (v.l. fogair) Hy i 5 which may be prot. of fo-geir.

See foigred.