1 fúr

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 fúr or dil.ie/24965

n o,m. Mid. Ir. vn. of fo-fera = O. Ir. fuar q.v. Cf. fuirid. Preparing, getting ready, providing: "fur" urlum, Met. Gl. Eg. 19 . oc f.¤ m'anma dia breith i flaith Dé PH 806 . tír in nach éicen f.¤ fled LL 135a45 = Rawl. 77b35 . in tairnic ocut f.¤ na fleidhi ? Lism.L. 2357 . maith lem-sa ... f.¤ na long ┐ tinól slúaigh, TTr.² 424 . oc f.¤ chatha, Met. Dinds. iv 328z . tri bliadna ... ro bas ac fur na fingaili sin, TTebe 1364 . ag f.¤ ┐ acc ullmughadh an chobhlaigh FM vi 2188 . oc f.¤ ┐ occ foichill an ertrialla, Hugh Roe 210.17 (f. 56a) . I F.¤ in readiness, prepared for, awaiting: ro forcongairt A. for lucht in coblaigh beth i fur in catha arnamarach, Aen. 2422 . robai ... a fur in chomraic arnamarach 2941 . i fur fri himtecht BB 424a39 . i f.¤ in cat[h]a-sa in anticipation of CCath. 4230 , cf. ro ardaigit ... menmanna miled ... de sin i f.¤ in cat[h]a 3885 . g s. as attrib. prepared, ready for use (?) : nach forcraid ... di diles praind no do etach fúir tabair ... do bochtaibh ZCP iii 30.2 (= Reeves Colton's Visitation 111 , where O'Curry renders etach f.¤ `wearing apparel'). Cf. cid bec in fur beas fair (gl. miscais fuirithe), H 3. 17,658a ( O'Don. 928 ). Cf. 3 fúr.

See remfúr.