for-úaisligid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. for-úaisligid or dil.ie/24031

Forms: -igedar

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(a) ennobles, exalts: ni forúaisligemni (gl. non ... superextendimus nos) Wb 17b17 . ? co ro for- uasligthi sollsi in lai dar dorca na hoidche (i.e. when the days have become longer than the nights) LB 168b11 ( PH 3512 ).

(b) overpowers, overcomes: forhvaisligid [sic Thes. ; leg. -igedar ?] (gl. superat) Sg 20b11 . méit fornuaislichter son (gl. vincuntur) 5a1 . foruaisligit ┐ fordingit a tuatha (of tyrannous kings) PH 4303 . co ro foruaislig C. a bruth ... an scāil FB 40 Eg. ro forúaslig ... Gregoir náem in cétfaid sin refuted that opinion LU 2629 ( RC xxv 244 ). co ro foruaslaigid in rig G. tre brath was overcome (apparently rendering superatus est) Todd Nenn. 68 (= Lebor Bretnach § 26 . The text is uncertain, some of the varr. suggest the meaning ` loosen ,' see for-oslaici and fuaslaici). Here, prob., foruaisligfe ríga, Trip. 42.13 (451) glossed .i. tar- caisnigfe, Arch. iii 14 . Cf. in foruaisli adeir and inann he ┐ tarcuisniugad, ut est in tí robo trén ... ro foruaisliugadh he sa cath, O'C. 2111 ( H 4.22, 78a ). Surpasses: co for- uaisligeder aingliu ... soilse in Coimded ... amal foruaisliges soilsi grene ... renda aili, Ériu ii 142 § 155 . gein ... no fhoruaislighfead cech ngein, Lism.L. 1196 .

(c) intrans. prevails, gets the mastery (?) : cia lin ... for- uaisliges ar cach fine .i. dosnarcadar, O'Dav. 1507 . ? roforuaslaigh briathar a fit[h]idhir ZCP vii 305.22 .