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fo-gella v (gell `pledge') protot. fuigl-, whence later stem
fuigill-, fuigl-.
(a) as leg. term ` gives a pledge to accept a legal decision
from an authority ' (Atk. Laws Gl.), hence appeals to the
5 judgment of, submits (a case) to , with acc. of pers. and IMM
of subject-matter. fogella risiu imgona (.i. gurub tusca
dechar a fuigeall in britheman ...), O'Dav. 1403 . Sencha
... fon-gelltais Ula[i]d, Laws i 150.16 . fogellat iarum an
Dagda, Ériu xii 146 § 8 . fogellsat imbi ... Conchobar ┐
10bertside ... they appealed to C. and he awarded Laws iv 6.2
Comm. atait secht mbreitheamain nad fuigliter la Feine
who are not consulted (for an opinion) v 352.17 (cf. ollamh
gaisi, sai cach eoluis ima fuighlither iv 358.11 ). cia fogel-
mais ríg na túath, Ériu v 213 . fogellsat in ri[g] imbi BDD
15 20 . mo thri finndni fomgeillsat .i. imm ailt nEochach,
Bodl. Corm s.v. pain (= fom gellsat Y 1052 ). co fuigillsit
... breithemna Erend imma comaltrom, O'Don. 986 (< H
3.17 c. 849 ) = con fuiglessat ollomuin brethemuin nErind
imme comaltor, Anecd. iii 27.16 . fuigillfithir Morunn
20uimi IT i 142.12 (= co fuigle ZCP v 503.30 ). fuigillsit
Morunn iarum ... ┐ ispert sidi ... ib. IT i 142.14 . Cf. fomruigled
.i. fuigell, ut est ... a Cormaic fomruighled .i. tangais
im fuigell, H 3.18, 286.13 ( O'C. 574 . ni fuiglea co ngoí
cathroí (he shall not appeal to combat to decide a false claim ?)
25 ZCP xi 83 § 31 .
(b) pronounces a verdict, decides, gives judgment concerning,
with acc. or IMM of matter decided: ni fornasc nadi(d)
fuidhli `he cannot bind who is not able to pass judgment'
Laws i 266.12 . nis fuigli nad ergeouin na bi mesach slan
30 ib. nis fuigli nad oigi gnim fir fiachaib ib. 14 . immanad
in roe ... acht ni fetatar ciabad airet ara curthe co fuigled
Conchubur imbi till C. should decide 250.24 . in: conna
fuiglidis fiacha na feitheamnasa na coicearta cosin feis
n-aili they pronounced no decision on BR 6.19 either
35meaning would suit; the form may be pass. fuighliset fri
maccu Miled co mbad leo ind inis LL 13a31 = fuighellsat,
Leb. Gab. i 252.20 . ni fuigledar nach fuigled no case is
adjudicated
ZCP xi 82 § 19 (leg. with L: ...nach fuiglid no
judge shall be appealed to
?).
40(c) asserts, declares , freq. in parenthetic assertion on
part of an author: fuighlim .i. ráidhim, O'Cl. a echlach
... nā fuigill ach(t) firinne! ZCP xiii 170.16 . fuiglim,
is ní fuigell gaī vi 260.14 . Eochaid ... delbas a degrand ...
for fis na fian dia fuiglend LL 10b41 (= ZCP xiv 178 ). sean-
45chas fíor a bhfuighlim dhaoibh, Content. xxviii 67 . indis
duinn ... na hilchinela rann do ḟuidhlis of which you have
spoken
RC xxiv 378 § 15 . ro fuighillsit na braithre gur
bhó ina mainistir féin, etc., maintained FM vi 2046.6 . fāl
findchuill ... fuiglis re tuathaib ... Temhra (= he called
50the tribes of T. a hedge of white hazel) MR 124 .
Vn. fugell, q.v.

fogellad n m. oc f. ¤ a llín LB 145a21 (= reficientes retia Matth.
iv 21 or componentes r. in navi Mark i 19 ? `mending'
Atk. PH Gloss. s.v. fuiglim ).

55 fogelt n ā,f. (vn. of fo-geil) grazing, feeding (of cattle): ic
costecht fri fogilt na cethrae RC xiii 434 y . ar f. ¤ ... ar
bleith, Laws i 102.3 Comm. g s. ó re fogelta ib. 19 . (Fig.)
dia nguidh suadh sarfogeilt `a sage's excessive grazing'
(i.e. maintenance?) O'Dav. 604 .

60 fogeltad n m. (cf. fogelt) feeding (cattle), pasturing: fogeiltad
┐ mbleith, Laws i 258.16 . (prob. for fogeilt). foigelltad
iii 324z . ní teit fogealtad forro `expense of feeding' iv
106.19 Comm .

? fogeltaid v grazes: fogeltat eich Con Culaind ... fér co
65húir TBC 550 (prob. a corruption of fogeltatar).

fogér adj o-ā somewhat sharp; sharp, keen: foga f. ¤ LU 9270
(= feigh, Anecd. iii 50.13 ). gallga foger IT iii 91 § 131 .
tri fetha fogera TBC 5537 St. is foger (in goeth) LB Fél.
xcviii 18 (a gloss on fodmin, see foidmen).

70 fogerrtha x (in expression fír f. ¤ ): see foigred.

fogfann: x see fogbann.

? fo-gíalla v exacts hostages or submission (?): fut. fugēillfi
Níel fo thrí ZCP xiii 378.8 ( Baile in scáil 18 ; reading
doubtful, cf. ZCP xx 224 ).

75 fogíalna n iā, f. sub-vassalage (? Cf. giallna and forgiallna).
is in ucht na trebe sin (sc. Iuda) ata hi foilgiu ┐ hi fogialna
in treb ... Sémión LB 125b19 ; cf. Jos. xix 9 : in possessione
et funiculo filiorum Juda. Cf. sarugad Eugain ...
abbaid Airdd Machae hi foigaillnaig la Conchobar AU
80 830 , which seems = fogiallnai or fogiallnaigecht, cf. giall-
naigecht.

fogitled n m. titillation; prurience (?): in f. ¤ .i. peccati Thes.
i 491.31 ( Tur 101 ), gl. titulatio taken as = titillatio. Perhaps
for *fochitled < fo-chétlud.

85 fogla n io,m. (?) branches (coll.) (?), fruit, produce (?): is di
n cruinn māir | fotha muilind Maeil Odhrāin ` saplings (?)
RC xvii 191 (Tig.) = di ḟoghlu AU 650 ; do thorad, LB
Fél. lxxxviii ; do géscaib, Hib. Min. p. 71 .