fuirired

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fuirired or dil.ie/24889

Forms: fuiriridh

n (also sometimes fuired) o, n. (?) later m. a word of uncertain meaning, freq. in Laws Comm.

I`Act of effecting, effectuation, bringing about, completing ' Atk., Laws Gloss. (cf. fuiririu .i. ullmhugadh, ut est f.¤ drochbídh ┐ drochleanna ┐ drochlepta, Ériu xiii 70 § 117 ) : is fuiririu gaitte na da set (i.e. `an effected theft' Atk. Gl. Laws v 264.3 Comm. nach duine ... lasna bi fosulgud ni bi nemthes fuiririud lais ar ni dlig fuireth, H 3.18, 377ay ( Laws ii 122.18 Comm. , where it is rendered `bind', as if from fuirech). no co roistis f.¤ a n-aisi `until they have reached the fulness (maturity ?) of their age' v 86.16 ; 19 Comm . o tha inditecht a n-aisi co ria fuiririudh aoisi amail ata logh ar in mil indile on lo berur he noco roich a lan logh air no dno co nach beth eneclann aoisi a ndecha cenn doib no co roithit f.¤ na haoisi a ndechutar cenn, H 3.18, 513 z ff . ( O'Curry 1267 ). in ré risi roiseadh se fuireriudh in graid in duine darighne leighend do (i.e. till he obtain the rank of his teacher), O'D. 2363 ( Rawl. B 506, f.42d ). na huili féich robátar for fuiriridh éloidh ┐ saraidh ┐ laimi trebuiri (debts recoverable from heirs of deceased person), O'D. 1579 ( H 5.15, 6b ). g s. fer fuiriridh , Ériu xiii 16.11 (cf. na bi saor neach ara cina fadheisin ara catad na saoire ... na fothugad na fuiririug, Laws ii 18.16 ). Commonly in phrase A (TRE) F.¤ owing to the action of, in consequence of, by means of (?) : cach eneclann fasas a fuiririu aithgina `which accrues in consequence of restitution' Laws i 170y . Of a distress : in flaith dosboing ┐ is a f.¤ gnima aile atá 184.21 . tre fuiririd a leth-etrana `owing to his interference' iii 238.17 . tre fuir[ir]edh a drochsuidigthi, 188y . ar fuiririudh tidnuice atá in fiach forcruid foimiulta for ōin `the fine for excessive use of a loan depends upon the gratuitous nature of it' i 168.15 = ar fuiredh tidnaicthe `with the expectation that it would be returned' iii 182.11 . ? ni noisi ronais nad furiredh fior nach fo dhédoibh dearladh, Ériu xiii 21.20 .

II Food or refection given to a chief as due ; in wider sense refection, entertainment ; generally glossed by foirithniugad (which suggests a possible association with sreth- ; see fo-sern and cit. from YBL below) and by Atk. connected with fo-reith `aid' : fuiririud trir i samrad (.i. foirithniugad biata trir), Laws ii 254.31 ( ZCP xiv 359 ) ; Laws ii 256.7 . ... mad in ceili bes marb. dligidh in flaith ceilsine dia comorbuib ... fri manchuine, fri fuirire (.i. fri foiritniuga bidh do damhaibh .i. biadh n-airbidhe), 268.16 ( 270.1 ; ZCP xiv 364 ). f.¤ n-aīged Dē `feeding the guests of God' iii 18.18 . feis, fuiririud, dithit, 20.13 (see 20.17 cited below) ; Cf. o rubē rīg co slōiged for ur crīc[h]e, tiumnaigther uad co tuaith co ructar boin gabála dia fuirriu [ = fuiririud ?] .i. bō cacha haicme, Laws i 136.2 (f. not translated). f.¤ .i. cen chuiriud ... i ló.i.cen lind in aidche, Laws iii 20.17 Comm. cf. faosam (.i. bidh) ... na fothughadh (.i. i llo) ; na fuiririud (.i. i n-aidche), O'Curry 2658 ( Eg 88, 56c ). lin bis for fuiririud, BCrólige 62 (see n. p.76 ). fossair ┐ f.¤ `bed and supper' Laws iv 320z ( Críth G. 336 ). atat .iii. fesa do rig, a f.¤, a faigthe, a dliged a f.¤ for graduib tuaithe a faigdi ō doroimle a f.¤ ┐ a dliged ..., H 3.18, p.373a ( O'Curry 805 ). sechtmad fairirid ib. H 3.18 p.369a ( O'Curry 792 ) = sechtmad lānbiata, Laws i 132.25 . abbartu .i. sechtmad furirith in duine gaibther isin apartain, Corm. Y 61 = furirid LB. ? Fig. : fuiriredh fath .i. rith foa .i. fotsrethnaigter seoid damh ar mo fath .i. ar m'aisti no ar mo foglaim, YBL 245b39 = furiud fath, Rawl. 109a38 = LL 187b24 ( RC xxvi 24 ). ar as fuirireadh ann sin subha i gcluasaibh caich, Ériu xiii 38.11 (in a rhetorical passage on poetry). fuiriredh subha dioghbail dubha ib. 29 . dobér dam co tinniu dúib dia furriuth, LU 1566 ( IT ii2 213 ) may contain this word. Cf. also : bátár ... for foirriuth co cend cethrachat aidche forind óenfeis la Coin C., LU 1546 ( MU² 1055 ; fairuith [leg. -iuth ?] ; fartha v.l.

See fuirriuth and 2 fuiriud.