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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 .

10 foditnech adj o-ā (foditiu, cf. foditech) in Mid. Ir. gen. written
foidh-, foigh-. (a) longsuffering, patient: bad foditnich
gl. patientes) Wb 5d21 . foidhidneach TD 3.41 . cid bé bus
foighindech ac fulang an andligid [sic leg.] RC xv 85 . ar
Mhaodócc fial foighittnech BNnÉ 200 § 33 . foighidneach
15a mbuáidheartuibh, Rom. xii 12 .
(b) tolerant, complaisant: adubairt in rigan co frithir:
a amais anuasail . . ., fag in cathair so. adubairt B. co foi-
ginneach: a rigan, . . . co roibh maith h'anora agud ZCP
vi 282.15 . a tíagerna, ní hé sin íarraimsi ort, acht tú da
20cetugud dam (dul do) cathugud . . . ┐ adubairt in t-imper[co
foigenach], a cara, imidh ┐ dena cumsanadh, Fier. 18 .
do chuir fesa falaig da indsaigid do thaircsin Connacht ...
fora comus ┐ hetlod do on Iarla ..., ┐ do eist F. na fuigli
sin co f. ¤ ┐ ro aentaig re hE., Ann. Conn. 1315 § 5 . ALC.

25 foditnige n iā,f. patience, forbearance: issí ind f. ¤ se asrubart
Wb 25c20 .

foditnigid v g (foditiu) suffers, brooks, tolerates: co mad ed
nousfuasluiced in cain ut do thoidhitin [leg. d'ḟoiditin ?],
nocon ḟoighitnigfitis they would not submit to it RC xliii
3018 § 11 .

fodiuba, fodiubad n m. used in Laws Comm. and by
glossators to gloss fo-ben, fuba. Cutting off; deprivation,
diminution (?): fuba .i. na tri fuba .i. f. ¤ im loingsechaib ┐
im echtadait ┐ im macu tiri `cutting off' Laws i 160.2 .
35 tuba sloigh ... .i. f. ¤ sluaidh comithigh do tuidecht (i.e.
repulsing ?) 298.13 . (cen fuba ngalair) .i. can galar da f. ¤
`without having been emaciated by diseases' ii 250.12 . (cach
domaine do fuba fri flaith) ... tic do f. ¤ a flathamnas imme
iii 22.34 . ni fuiben enecland ... .i. ... noco tabair fodiubad
40for nech im a eneclaind does not prejudice a person's honour-
price
ii 388 10 . ni fuachar muir mescbaidhe anidna .i.
nocha tabair fodiubadh ar in muir moir ce romescad bainne
beg d'ingglaine uirre, O'C. 1424 (< H 3.18 p. 639b ). fuba
.i. ... fodiubad, O'Dav. 930 . la fodb ... .i. ... le fodhiubadh
45no gerradh, Leb. Gab i 264 n.8 . Cf. fodb .i. fodhíubadh
.i. gearradh, O'Cl.

fodiubaid: v used in Laws Comm. to gloss fo-ben. takes
away, diminishes (?): ni fuiben fortacht co n-idhna .i.
ni fodiubann eiric uait isin fortacht dorinnis, O'Don. 578
50(< H 3.17 c. 444 ). riasiu ... fodiubus cach do na fethem-
naib a sgeol na ceile ` undermines ' (i.e. weakens the case
of) Laws v 354.2 [i sgeoil ua c., 23 Q 6, 6 ]. [ní] fodiubadar
in airged taitnemach 23 P 3 fo. 21 (23)b ( Ériu xiii 58 ).
See fodiuba.

55 fodlach n a division, part: d'fhoghlachaib na haimsire MR
108.7 (a late pl. of fodail ?).

1 fodlaid: x see fo-dáli.

2 fodlaid n (n p. ?) it fodlaid trath adrimter na mic so ... .i.
is fo deroil no is fo diblidhi airmither na mic so uile acht
60na tri mic so amain ... Is as na tri macaib so fodhailter
orba ┐ mic dire, O'C. 2232 (< Eg. 88 f. 16 d ).

fodlaide adj io-iā (part. of fo-dáli) divided; distributed: fodlide
(gl. distributum) Acr 13c4 . pl. it sillaba fodlidi `they are
separate syllables
' Sg 111b1 .
65 Cf. fodalta.

fodlaidetu n [m.] the quality of being divided, division: cid
i n-airecar ilf. ¤ forsin cetardu sin? IT iii 6 § 4 = fodlaidedo
24.23 . foglaidetu ┐ deismirecht, Laws iii 94.13 .

fodlaidi (verb. necess. of fo-dáli) to be distributed, divided:
70 bed fodlaidi (gl. impertiendae) Ml 105b13 . fodlaidi (gl.
findendas) Bcr 33b10 .

? fodlan n some kind of vessel or measure: lān ēin[i] in boicht
in fodlain in meisrin, Laws i 106.23 Comm. = fodhlam,
O'Don. 50 (< H 3.17 c. 45 ) = in fadlan no in lestar bec a
75teít da lán déc na huighe O'Don. 496 (ib. c. 402b ).

fo-dluigi v ī splits, rends: 3 s. pret. (intrans. ?) diar ḟodluig
fíal in tempuil SR 7764 .

fodluigthe adj io-iā split, cloven: cú ferna fodluigthe bound
of a cleft shield
(?) LU 8891 ( FB 68 ; `cleaver of shields'
80Henderson ITS ii ). a hind ferna fodluighthe `of split alder-
wood
' Hib. Min. 66 § 9 .

? fodluthad n m. closing, shutting up (?): g s. (?) corb egin
clār fodluta (i.e. a cover or lid of planks), Dinds. 79 ( RC
xv 482 ) = corbo ecen clar fodlutad uasu BB 390b1 . Leg.
85 fo dlūthad ?

fodmachtain n f. (late vn. of fo-daim) enduring, submitting
to: f. ¤ doeri docair ó danaraib, Cog. 56.18 . ar ar mo
d'engnum don lucht ro odaim in n-esargain [sic leg.] sin
innas duni f. ¤ a fegtha whether it required more bravery for
those who endured that slaughter than for us to bear the sight
5of it
182.21 . Without f: can a hodmachtain itir 58.15 .