fo-noí

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fo-noí or dil.ie/23265

Forms: fonaithe

v i (see Ped. ii 586 ) protot. stem fon-. later fuin-. Bakes, roasts, cooks ( Ériu xlix 171 ): furruu (? leg. fu-nuu or fu-nnuu) gl. asso I cook, ZCP xxi 282 . fonassa ... an écne `I cooked' RC x 88 . orce ... fonóiset for beraib cairthind LL 120a13 ( RC iii 176 ). geg- naitsom banb ... fannoíset LU 1743 ( RC ix 482 ). arán fonither ... dia domnaich, Mon. Tall. § 13 = dá bhfuinfidhe, Rule of T. § 62 . fonaither int écne lee let the salmon be cooked TBFr. § 21 = fonuigther ZCP iv 42.17 . céin fonnui- th[e]a fulacht leo `while food was being cooked' RC xxv 346 § 2 . no fonaidfidé [no fonfaithea Eg., fonuinfidi Y, no fuifeda D] cét lóeg ... fria BDD 54 (LU). fonoad (.i. ro immained) col carpait dún and LU 10243 = ZCP iii 234.2 (with gloss.: .i. rohimfuined). rofonta .iii. cét bairgen assin bulgc, BColm. 60.16 .

Later fuinid: roḟuinsit a n-iasc ZCP i 464x . in chét- bargen rofuined, Ériu i 132 . is ar scéith F. do fuinedh lón M., Cog. 100.8 . cach ní no fuinte de no ithid L., Cóir Anm. 70 (p. 318) . a mbí im thromcholuinn d'ḟeoil oimh | fuin, a eoin, DDána 42.17 .

In late lit. used esp. of bread-making, often = kneads; (fig. ) do fuinedh leis an Sbiorad naomh a mbroind na hoighe é was fashioned (of Christ) O'Hussey T.C. 106 .

Forruinedh, Ériu xiii 34.31 seems to belong to 1 fuinid, q.v. Part. fonaithe, vn. fuine q.v.