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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 .

1 foglach adj o-ā (fogal) (a) given to plunder or pillage, pre-
datory: sluagh Fea foghlach, L.Bretnach 11a = Todd Nenn.
5 134 . flaith ḟoghlach ML 122.22 . ? gēg Banba nocor
faglach BB 61a39 . treb Beniamín ... a merci ... mar in
ḟoel ḟáglach LB 124b10 = an bhfaol bhfoghlach, Keat. iii
2053 . traigh foghlach 'a trespassing foot' (i.e. a raider?)
O'Dav. 103 (possibly = fodlach). Cf. siar co fuin ropdar
10foglaig | a tuir thoglaig im Themraig LL 10b5 = BB 33a44
(= fodlaigh, gl. by scaoiltech, which would translate either
word, Leb. Gab. i 154 ).
(b) injurious, mischievous; of trespassing cattle: ba
foglach a indili fri cāch his cattle trespassed on everyone
15 Ériu xi 43 .

? 2 foglach adj o-ā: dobreth fír ordan fonn foghlach | do
clainn Luigdech, Lism.L. 2139 (Stokes compares foghlach
` instructive ' P.O'C. ).

fogladach adj io-iā (fogal) spoiler, reaver: an tí dofeith biodh-
20badha a ttúaith ... doslisidhe fiacha amhail gach foghladhach,
Ériu xiii 35.14 .

foglaid n i,m. (fogal) g s. foglada LL 148a13 TBC² 2354 .
n s. foghlaidh faghlaid g s., id. and foghladh, n a p. foghlaidhe
g p. foghlaidhedh, foghladh IGT. Decl. § 52 . In later
25lang. also foghlaidhe, -aighe; d s. fogluighe, Laws i 206.12
Comm. One who commits depredations; a plunderer, reaver,
used in a wide sense, of vagrants, outlaws, chiefs, etc., often
meaning little more than a man at arms , see TD ii 194 n .
troethad foglaide `let him put down robbers' Tec. Corm.
30 § 2.7 . ni ba foss foglaide `do not be the servant of robbers'
§ 19.18 . bás foglada (.i. gadaighe), Triads 92 (one of the
three deaths which are better than life). cách fénnid ┐
cach f. ¤ dodeochaid asa tir dobered si ór ... dóib ar cungnam
risna D., LU 4444 . loingsech no fogluid no feinniuth,
35 O'C. 879 (< H 3.18 p. 394a ). Labhraidh .. faghlaidh
(fadlaig v.l.) fri fuam fairge IT iii 40 § 35 (ein plündernder
Held
Bruchst i § 2 ). ni bia commus for f. ¤ .. ┐ genaid cach
fer araile LU 9748 . is cuid foglada acumsa it is an outlaw's
portion for me
TBC² 2354 . mac ind ḟoglada icond ulc | o
40phurt do phurt tiar is tair, Ériu ix 49 § 33 . ro croch ┐ ro
mharbh ... meirleacha, ┐ bithbenacha ┐ foghladha Erenn,
Cog. 136z . atat tri foglaide oc mo fogail, Mon. Tall. § 39 .
na tri foglaigi robatar for ar fogail-ne IT ii 176.70 . rachait
faghlaidh a chille bás obann the spoilers of his church Acall.
45 1851 . is f. ¤ selba cach micorach `he is a plunderer of the
land who makes a bad contract respecting it
' Laws i 202.4 .
sé céad foghluidhe ag argain Éireann, Keat. ii 3770 . S.
mac Iarla D. do bheith ina f[h]oghlaidh aisttreach FM
v 1748 . ceand foghladh ┐ díbearccach ḟer nEreann 1706.3 .
50 dorónadh foslongphort lasna foghladhaibh (of the clans
which took part in the revolt of James Eustace in 1580)
1736.11 . Passing into sense enemy: ba f. ¤ dond ḟéin LL
203a30 = Ériu v 222 . foglaig do Moel Ochtraig fo choill,
Ériu v 36 . mairg as fhaghluidh ... dho, Dán Dé xxviii 44 .
55 foghluidh Dé (of Satan) A. Ó Dálaigh xxxvii 9 . faghlaidh
(: adhbhaidh) Toighe an Trir, Cl. AB 223 .
See foglaige.
Compds. banfoglaid, O'Mulc. 640 . fearḟoghlaidh,
Todd Lect. iv 100.6 .

60 2 foglaid v (see fogal, and cit. there from IGT, Verbs § 83 )
ravages, harries, commits depredation (trans. and intrans.):
? is ann foglui in Finn Cuailnge n-uili (of a bull) IT iii
549.9 . in baile hi fuacartais no ḟoglatiss ann, Arch. iii
325.30 . ? fut. foigheolaidh mor maine amach, Duan. F.
65 ii 72 (or does this belong to fodlaid? See fo-dáli). perf.
deoraidh rofogail ris, Laws iii 130.1 . pass. impers. is ris
rofogladh `injury was inflicted on him' Laws ii 182.22
Comm. damadh e ro foglui amach if it were he committed
injury
ib. Cf. ba hé ... an treass Gaoidheal budh mó
70d'foghladh orra FM iii 338 .

1 foglaige = 1 foglaid: ind cid fodera sechtmadh einecluinne
don feindidh ... ┐ a beth ina fogluighe? Laws i 206.12
Comm. an é nach foghlaighe thusa = nonne spoliator es
TSh. 7110 . f. ¤ fairrge a pirate 2380 .

75 2 foglaige n iā,f. (1 foglach) trespassing; predatory nature:
ba foglach a indili fri cach, co ná étaithi maín dia indili ara
f. ¤ his cattle trespassed on everyone so that he used not to profit
by them on account of their trespassing
(or, perhaps their
mischievousness
) Ériu xi 43 .

80 foglaigid v (cf. fogal and foglach) commits trespass, injures,
damages, (with FRI); in Laws Comm.: acht narab tre
bithbinchi [sic leg.] foglaigit ris v 488.39 (of oxen). slan
d'fir in eich cia foglaidhe int each acht narab tre bithbinchi
ressium; slan dosum ge foglaide risin n-each 490.20 . ro
85foglaid urradh ris, iii 128.26 . seoit aine risa foglaiter, i
160.26 .