fo-glen

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fo-glen or dil.ie/22769

v (glen- `adhere' Ped. ii 539 ) redup. fut. and pret., not always easy to distinguish from preceding. Adheres, clings to, follows: ni foglean fonaidm fri hinndliged n-aruisc, O'C 2585 ( Eg 88 f. 49 (50)c ). an tí nad oighi a gnimraid cadhla foglen a domaine ┐ fagaib a torba, O'C. 2441 ( Eg. 88, 36a ). fonglen noill aenfir the oath of one man follows him (?) Laws i 194.21 . cailligh ... foglennat cach `cocks ... which follow people' 190.17 Comm . beich becga foglenad cach mbeathla v 76.20 Comm . óencharpat ... nad foglen- tais dirmand na hecrada ... ar a deni could not keep up with LU 10178 = foglendis ZCP iii 231 § 9 . pret. fo fongiulator Feinius well they followed F. (?) O'Mulc. 517 . cf. fon cioch- lattur, Leb. Gab. i 280 . itt é fongiulatar cruiti a n-athar ZCP viii 314.33 .

? fut. anti fodgiguil ┐ nadcomalnabhathar (nodcomal nabar v.l.) whosoever shall follow (?) and fulfil it ZCP iii 448 § 3 (cf. fo-gleinn).