fo-glúaisi

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fo-glúaisi or dil.ie/22771

Forms: forogluaissisid

v i

I (Trans.) moves, stirs, sets in motion, makes go: ni sinn fotragluais do nim who ousted thee from heaven SR 1741 . cia fochonn fosrogluais o crichaibh in chogaid? Todd Todd Nenn. 128 . trí foglúaiset fóenledchu `that set waifs wandering' Triads 198 . is forrán fích rabarfogluais that repulsed you LL 238b17 ( TTr. 1611 ). fodaig ina maccaem forogluaiset ina cetra who had driven the cattle IT ii2 230.80 = forogluaissisid ib. 64 . fotgluasfither on oenphort, LL 37c42 ( Auraic. 5348 ). biaid dilgenn for Ultaib ... ┐ fogluaisfitir asa tir, Rawl. 143a36 . fogluaset .ix. viros as uno ligno, Trip. 174.13 (2032) . Fig. stirs up, excites, disturbs: nacha[b] foglúesed ani sin let not that excite you LU 1434 ( MU² 901 ). cen buith ibar ṅgnáissi | is mór fodomglúassi `disquiets me greatly' Fél. Ep. 376 . fom-glúaissi mór ṅdubai, 377 . fongluasi imbas inspires Anecd. v 27 . fógluaisi Fuamnach gaeth `stirred up a wind' Ériu xii 154.18 . cid fogluasa ind doenacht ind accobar though human weakness may stir desire Mon. Tall. § 63 . Refl. bestirs oneself, moves: nachas-fogluaisit do oic `lest thy warriors come' [or: lest they drive, or startle it (the cow)? Cf. IT ii 230 supra] RC x 224 . ma rofesind ... nímfoglúasfind féin dia saigid, LU 5960 .

Cf. is í cland D. fodrogluais ... do denam na cathrach, Ériu ii 22 § 4 where the -d- may stand for -da-, or as a rel.

II (Intrans.) recht find fuglóisfe (fogluaisfe v.l.) muire `will come over (stir up?) the seas' Imr. Brain § 48 . do thaodsat ... for ccúlaibh gus na háitibh as ro ḟógluaissiot AFM vi 2332 .

Vn. foglúasacht, q.v.