fo-luathar

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fo-luathar or dil.ie/23182

Forms: folluur, fuluinn, fólúthis, foloi, foluastar, con-rufoluassat

v ( Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 571 )

I Intrans. flies: 1 s. pres. folluur (gl. volo) Sg. 146b11 . 1 s. subj. past fuluinn (gl. avolare) Ml. 140b8 . is i n-aidchi foluatar (of owls), O'Mulc. 368 . impf. elta én ... fólúthis ... itir na pelatib, Alex. 597 (foleimtis v.l.). pret. in dé ... foloi side i n-ardda the smoke ... mounted upwards LL 273b49 . foluastar fo tri immon indsi (of a bird) RC x 76 . pl., cf. con-rufoluassat, Ml. 67c16 (gl. conuolasse). Of human beings, flees, absconds: dia folusat din cormaim dogene Finn dia fothud, BB 376a48 ( Dinds. 49 ). mas fosluised [as ?] a ngellsine, BB 275a24 = ma ḟorluidhseat as a ngéillsine `if they escape from their hostageship' Leb. Cert. 144.2 (perhaps = forluiset, a form influenced by -luid `went').

II Trans.: cet[h]eoir īce na hanmo ... a dī dīp cot[a]oat for talmain, a dī aili fosluatur for nemh ... Serc in duiliuman ┐ frescsiu a [f]latho, it e fotaluatar for nem waft it to heaven (?) ZCP iii 449.2 .

Vn. fulumain; see also folúamain, foluth, forlúamain, for-lúathar.