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fo-dichet: v Is ann asbert C.: Aill amae ... dorochair ara
80Aiffe ... fon nglend ... Decid Aiffi lasodain. fosdichet C.
lasodain gabthas foa cich ... RC ix 450.120 = fossdicet
ZCP iii 254.2 (.i. rosoich add. v.l.). teid diu Concopor a
nDofolt. Fandiched (.i. cotmesscae) fris conid oensruth
ieud (of two rivers) ZCP iii 244 § 49 . Cf. airchisecht for
85senōirib ... cip indas fon-dichestar | nā dichset i foill what-
ever deduction be made (in rations), let them not be neglected
,
ZCP xiii 27z (the reading LB, Y; 23 N 10 has conisther,
for conniestar, KM). Cf. fuduidchestar (gl. subduci) Ml
36b10 . Cf. fo-tét.

fo-díla v remains, remains over (?): is leth-log einech in cheili
5fodila don rath, Laws ii 336y (of a lord who takes away
stock from one tenant to give it to another) he must leave
with the original tenant half that tenant's honour-price
(see
Thurn. ZCP xiv 392 who analyses the vb. as fo-dī-la, vn.
fuidel ` remainder '). athgabail fir lethcuind cia fodila la
10airecht, Laws i 200x (cia f. ¤ seems glossed by .i. co festar iaram
cia dib fora mbia a cin) `who is to pay' Laws i
202.11 .

? fodílmain adj i unoccupied; free, at large (?): epithet of
deer: cu nach raibhi ... fiadh fodilmhain a maigh, Acall.
15 909 , corresp. to f. ¤ foluaimnech, p. 281 (` free-roaming '
SG ii 123 ). .xxx. fiad fo dilmain Acall. 3244 , probably the correct
reading. See dílmain.

fodirc adj i (cf. derc `eye,' dercaid `looks') in Mid. Ir. also
foderc. Visible, conspicuous: conruptar fadirci ind usci
20(= ut aquarum meatus appareant) Ml 40d16 . is foidirc (v.l.
fodeirc) dūin[n]e di Cornail centuir `that is conspicuous
to us from Cornelius
' Hib. Min. 11. 353 . co mba fadirc
os ler lán in charrac cach leth LL 278a9 . bá fodeirc dó
folés na farrci foa gabul LU 9061 ( FB 81 ). comtar foderci
25renna nimi fon fraigid LU 8373 ( FB 25 ). foderc fiad cách,
Met. Dinds. iii 144.11 . re ré mac Mílead ... robsam fíad-
naiseach fodeirc, Ériu iv 152.4 . cobba foderg dona feraib
taīdleach ind ōir BDD 1 (aideirg St). trēdhi tresmbi foidherc
diabol tri duini: tria gnuis, tria tochim, tria labrad ZCP
30 iii 453.20 . a nochtadh ... co mbo fodherc do chach (of a
banner) FM v 1588 . As subst. a thing visible, a view (?): cid
arin sruithiu in descertaid ? ... Fobith isi a foderc don fer
maith bis isind leth tigi antuaid this is what he sees O'C. 810
H 3.18 p. 374b `Because it is it that is in the view of the
35good man who sits in the north end of the house
' O'C., M.
and C. iii 29 ).
Cf. foidreich.

? fo-diretar v pass. pres. indaithmech in ḟocail is aireacht
.i. as fo reacht in caingin fodiretur , O'Don. 536 (< H 3.17,
40 c. 432 ) = é fo recht incaingin fodiarta O'C. 2272 (< Eg.
88, 20 ) = in c. fodiriagtar é, O'C. 1609 (< 23 Q 6 p. 5b ).

foditech adj o-ā (foditiu) Mid. Ir. variant of foditnech, gen.
written foidh-, foigh-. Patient, longsuffering: ba foighidech,
Lism. L. 1694 . Iob ... foighideach BB 5a47 . is foighideach
45flaith nimhe. Dán Dé xxi 11 . foighideach a mbuáidh-
earthuibh, Rom. xii 12 (1681 ; -neach 1602 ) Advb. bí co
foighitech 'má cluinfe ZCP vi 272 § 10 . fulang cu foighidech
na n-ammus, Lism. L. 1135 . Superl. is e ba foighidechu
fria fulang cech imnigh, Lism. L. 4880 . an ben dob ḟoi-
50ghidighe 'na haimsir ALC ii 426.2 .
Cf. foditnech.

foditib n (d p.): teora caimsi hi f. ¤ (.i. hi cenglaib) impu ` girt
about them' BDD 120 ( LU 7642 ).

foditiu n n,f. (vn. of fo-daim). O.Ir. n s. foditiu Wb 1c18 .
55 fodaitiu Sg 137b10 . 209b12 . foditu, Thes. ii 247.10 (Cambr.
Hom.). d s. do foditiu Wb 30c23 . do fodaitin Ml 24b13 .
In Mid. and later Irish written in great variety of forms:
fodite, foighide, foite, foighid; (with nom. formed from
g s. stem) foighidne, foidhne, foighne (cf. foditnige). foighide
60(g s. foighidean: chreideamh, IGT ex. 1943 ) IGT, Decl. § 143 .
foighidin (g s. foighidne, ex. 1947 ) § 144 .
(a) bearing, enduring (O. Ir. sense): f. ¤ cech imnid Wb
1c18 . foditu chruche ocus diorcne, Thes. ii 247.10 (Cambr.
Hom.). is hecen doib ingremmen do f. ¤ Wb 30c23 . bēim
65... .i. cesad nó f. ¤ , O'Mulc. 140 . da mad ead no beith agaibh
a foiditin if you intended to submit to it RC xliii 18 § 11 .
In gramm. of suffering the action expressed by a vb.:
gním ind aithirge, cesad a fodaitiu Sg 137b10 . is cesad dosom
a ḟodaitiu 209b12 . etargaire persainde i ceussad .i. a foditen,
70 Auraic. 3356 .
(b) later generally of moral quality, longsuffering, patience,
forbearance: fofitiu cen indiri ZCP iii 447.5 . in [sic leg.]
foidi[ti] nachar ḟill patience that never failed Arch. iii 237 § 22
(goiridi). ainmne ┐ foite in choimdeadh PH 5129 . ferr
75foigidne inā imrisain ZCP vi 261.2 . ba ... már i ffoighittne
┐ a ttrocaire BNnÉ 328 § 60 . foighidi aindlighe a namhad
suffering injustice from his enemies Instructio 116.24 . is
i in fhoighidi cinel claiti is uaisli ann = nobile vincendi genus
est patientia 116.2 . do guidh é maille le foighittin ITS xvi
8054 . g s. flaith ... na foighitte (: creidme) BNnÉ 280.20 .
dochum foidhide, Parrth. Anma 29.3 . tug Criosd sompla
foidhidne dhuinn 85.18 = faighidne, Luc. Fid. 44 . lucht
na foiten PH 5608 . in tan dobheirid siad adhbhar na
foighidi duit = cum occasionem habendi patientiam donant,
85 Instructio 116.20 . DO-GNÍ FODITIN shows, practices, patience,
forbearance: an ḟaidhide sin do roinnetar, L. Chl. Suibhne
§ 27 . an ti doni foighinne 'na bochtaine, Ériu v 130 § 41 .
mór do-rinne rí S. riom ... d'ḟoidhidin TD 15.7 .
DO-BEIR F. ¤ (DO) endures ; of resisting an emotion: is
egnaidhe do dhuine foighide chobhsaidh do thabhairt don
5fheirg = magna prudentia est iram dissimulare Instructio
148.32 .
(c) suffering, tribulation (?): foighide fulang 'na héag-
mhais | an aghaidh mhálla `one yearns for her gracious
face
' PBocht 9 § 12 .