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fo-gleinn v (glenn- `gather'; cf. as-gleinn, do-glinn, do-eclainn)
Pres. 1 s. fogliunn, Thes. ii 228.26 . 3 s. fod glein Ml 37b12 .
fogleinn, Trip. 240.9 (2837) . foglenn, O'Dav. 989 (= foglinn,
Ériu xiii 38.14 ). foglainn, O'Dav. 696 . -foglaind IT iii 6. 7 . subj.
55 pres. 3 s. foglé, Ériu iii 104 § 39a (this may belong to fo-glen).
? fut. 3 s. fodgiguil ZCP iii 448.9 (from fo-glen?). past
subj. 3 s. foglēsed, Ériu ii 63 § 1 . perf. forogeglaind YBL
125b43 . nad roeglaind TBC 3742 (= naro foglaim St).
3758 . pl. foroeglantar, Otia ii 96.6 (see notes). Pass. pres. s.
60 foglenar, O'Dav. 989 (= Ériu xiii 38.14 ). Vn. foglaimm,
q.v.
The primitive meaning ` gathers ' seems implicit in: ro
fogluind A. o descippluibh Griguir na hí rogníthe hi cennut-
haig Cantuariorum, Anecd. iii 64.3 . o thossach ... na staire
65co creitem na Saxan o scribendaib na n-arsata adiu 's anall
rofogloind Béid ┐ rothinol, ib. 12 . na hí ... rognithe ... hi
cennathaigh L. ... rohoglaind o guth biu in t-uasalsacart
Cimbericht (leg. ind uasalsacairt; = litteris reverentissimi
antistitis C. ... viva voce didicimus Bede Eccles. Hist.
70 preface ) ib. 23 . Cf. also: abra .i. inailt ... arindī foglennat
feis lamtoruid, O'Mulc. 6 . Hence studies, learns: fogliunn,
gl. doceor, instituor, moneor Pcr 59a4 , 5 , 6 ( Thes. ii 228 ).
sainred n-eulais leu is in dān frisgníat sech cāch fodglein
olchene Ml 37b12 . ni direnar hi ngradaib nad foglaind
75nad foglainnter húad IT iii 6. 7 . is ed ... is téchta dó ...
co roḟóglainde ┐ co romhidea in eclais conid rigan `to give
heed to and respect
' PH 4166 . clesrada ... nad roeglaind
ac neach aile ríam TBC 3758 . oc Scathaig forogeglaind
Cu Chulaind na clesa YBL 125b43 . is e in Cae ísin for-
80foglainn recht Muisi, Laws i 20.3 Comm. intí ná rofoglaind
litri riam, Trip. 8.19 (94) . in tan ... rofoglaind [Patraic]
ind ecnai, Trip. 28.2 (253) . na cetri filid ocar' foglaindsit
Tuata De fios ┐ eolas RC xii 58 § 7 . na ... desciplu foroeg-
foglainsetar ina fessa spirutalda YBL 327a13 (= foroeglan-
85tar, Otia ii 96 § 26 ). as tri anmain fedha foroighlenat (leg.
foroiglenatar ?) a ndān, Laws iv 360. 1 Comm. in dā cenël
sechtmogat ō rafoghluinti na hilbērla, Auraic. 2532 ( YBL
221a48 ).
Cf. foglamaid, fogles.

fo-glen v (glen- `adhere' Ped. ii 539 ) redup. fut. and pret.,
5not always easy to distinguish from preceding. Adheres,
clings to, follows: ni foglean fonaidm fri hinndliged n-aruisc,
O'C 2585 ( Eg 88 f. 49 (50)c ). an tí nad oighi a gnimraid
cadhla foglen a domaine ┐ fagaib a torba, O'C. 2441
( Eg. 88, 36a ). fonglen noill aenfir the oath of one man follows
10him
(?) Laws i 194.21 . cailligh ... foglennat cach `cocks ...
which follow people
' 190.17 Comm . beich becga foglenad
cach mbeathla v 76.20 Comm . óencharpat ... nad foglen-
tais dirmand na hecrada ... ar a deni could not keep up with
LU 10178 = foglendis ZCP iii 231 § 9 . pret. fo fongiulator
15Feinius well they followed F. (?) O'Mulc. 517 . cf. fon cioch-
lattur, Leb. Gab. i 280 . itt é fongiulatar cruiti a n-athar
ZCP viii 314.33 .
? fut. anti fodgiguil ┐ nadcomalnabhathar (nodcomal
nabar v.l.) whosoever shall follow (?) and fulfil it ZCP iii
20448 § 3 (cf. fo-gleinn).

? fogles : ind Matha enim graece .i. disce interpretatur, unde
dicitur: fa math denad fa math f. ¤ , O'Mulc. 665 . From
fo-gleinn ?

fo-glúaisi v i I (Trans.) moves, stirs, sets in motion, makes go:
25 ni sinn fotragluais do nim who ousted thee from heaven SR
1741 . cia fochonn fosrogluais o crichaibh in chogaid?
Todd Nenn. 128 . trí foglúaiset fóenledchu `that set waifs
wandering
' Triads 198 . is forrán fích rabarfogluais that
repulsed you
LL 238b17 ( TTr. 1611 ). fodaig ina maccaem
30forogluaiset ina cetra who had driven the cattle IT ii2 230.80
= forogluaissisid ib. 64 . fotgluasfither on oenphort LL
37c42 ( Auraic. 5348 ). biaid dilgenn for Ultaib ... ┐ fog-
luaisfitir asa tir, Rawl. 143a36 . fogluaset .ix. viros as uno
ligno, Trip. 174.13 (2032) . Fig. stirs up, excites, disturbs:
35 nacha[b] foglúesed ani sin let not that excite you LU 1434
( MU² 901 ). cen buith ibar ṅgnáissi | is mór fodomglúassi
`disquiets me greatly' Fél. Ep. 376 . fom-glúaissi mór
ṅdubai 377 . fongluasi imbas inspires Anecd. v 27 . fóg-
luaisi Fuamnach gaeth `stirred up a wind' Ériu xii 154.18 .
40 cid fogluasa ind doenacht ind accobar though human weak-
ness may stir desire
Mon. Tall. § 63 . Refl. bestirs oneself,
moves: nachas-fogluaisit do oic `lest thy warriors come'
[or: lest they drive, or startle it (the cow)? Cf. IT ii 230
supra] RC x 224 . ma rofesind ... nímfoglúasfind féin
45dia saigid LU 5960 .
Cf. is í cland D. fodrogluais ... do denam na cathrach,
Ériu ii 22 § 4 where the -d- may stand for -da-, or as a rel.
II (Intrans.) recht find fuglóisfe (fogluaisfe v.l.) muire
`will come over (stir up?) the seas' Im. Brain § 48 . do
50thaodsat ... for ccúlaibh gus na háitibh as ro ḟógluaissiot
FM vi 2332 .
Vn. foglúasacht, q.v.

foglúasacht n ā,f. (vn. of fo-glúaisi) moving, setting in motion,
stirring: ail can fogluasacht an immovable rock LL 243a47
55( TTr. 1975 ). fogur na clucīn sin ica fogluasacht dona echaib
when set in motion by TFerbe 16 . ar na líonadh uile ... do
braongháil na fola la foghluasacht na gaithe ... cugainn,
Cog. 250.32 . fothrom na fén ica foghluasacht, CCath.
1835 . ro fucctha ... rothadha faoí dia ḟógluasacht gus
60an dúnaidb [sic] FM v 1980.10 . (fig.) bid cocad ┐ bid
fogluasacht dūinni disturbance CCath. p. 40 n. 1 . Moving
(from an abode), flitting: co tarttai dāil mbliadna dō cen
fogluasacht BNnÉ 302 § 10 .

foglugad n u,m. (vn. of foglaigid) plundering, ravaging: dá
65gcumhdach ó bheith 'gá bhfoghlughadh ag aimsighthibh
... an aidhbhirseóra, TSh. 10488 . g s. do mhúchadh mheir-
leachais ... lochta foghluighthe a dhúthaighe 6781 .

fogmar : x see fogamar.

fognad n u,m. (an irregular and rare form of vn. of
70 fo-gní; cf. fognam, which is apparently the only form
recognised in IGT). serving, doing service: oc f. ¤ do Dia
Wb 27c31 (elsewhere fognam is the form in Glosses).
dogén foghnadh do Dia ZCP vi 84.25 . ag fognadh don
morChoimdid viii 115 § 22 . g s. eaglais ... do bheith aige
75chum fóghanta do Dhia ii 552.19 . mét mo shaothair ┐ mo
shior-foganta dō-san BNnÉ 232 § 145 . do med an foganta
dorinde an bir do so useful had the stake been to him BCC
320.7 .

fognaid : x see fo-gní.

80 fognam n u,m. (vn. of fo-gní). g s. fognamo Wb 3d14 . in
fognama 22b21 . fognama 3c11 . Ml 84c12 . foghnamh
oghnamh (g s. n p. -namha, -naimh, -anta) IGT. Decl. § 47 .
As vn. ib. Verbs § 44 .
(a) serving, rendering service , absol. or with DO of pers.
85 is hae inso in f. ¤ don choimdid (gl. orationi instate) Wb 27c18 .
f. ¤ do idlaib 19d11 . lóg ... á fognama hirobatar pay for
the (lit. their) servitude in which they had been Ml 84c12 .
ar léciud ... asind f. ¤ hi robammar servitude Ml 105b16 .
luid F. ... ┐ beir (leg. birt?) a cumal lais i f. ¤ , Laws i 70.24 .
bai ... do dhichracht in fhoghnuma i mbai P. co toimniuth
5cech ae ... cumad do a oenar foighneth, Lism.L. 143 . cach
faesom co fognom, Arch. iii 227.54 . ni fil acht aeneclas
... ag fognum (nó adhradh) do Dhia, Marco P. 141 . ag
foghnamh don Dúileamh, TSh. 460 . ní roibh acht aenberla
ag foghnum do chach the one language was used by all BB
10 17b28 . co nderna logh secht cumhall do foghnumh till
he perform service of the value of seven cumals
Laws iv 250.6
Comm. With gen.: sē la d'fógnam na collai, in t-én lá
don ... animm PH 7369 . o ḟognam in forbaind rechtaide
... o ḟógnum hídal 4566 . im na hocht mballa bis ac f. ¤ in
15muilind `which are necessary to the mill' (viz water, millrace,
shaft, etc.) Laws i 140.13 Comm. Of feudal service: asbert
S. ... nach beth fo chis, na fa ḟoghnam do righ talmhan,
Lism. L. 2115 . boí F. oc dīlgend na n-aithech ┐ aca cur
hi cís ┐ a foghnam dermar ZCP xi 65 § 16 . ma beith fognum
20diib do ḟlaithib co nómad naó, Críth G. 326 ( Laws iv 320 ).
dianom soertha don fhognamh ica tu don righ were I
delivered from my bondage to the King
Lism. L. 1539 . do-
bertar ratha ... im bithḟoghnom dóibh dia réir féin ZCP
xi 64 § 13 (= um beith fodhnamach doib etc. RC xx 339 ).
25 conattig forru Cairpre ... f. ¤ Temrach to do service to T.
(the S. due to T.?) Met. Dinds. iii 440y (= oghnamh BB
30b1 . daerfoghnomh, Dinds. 78 ). in cutruma sin do ḟerond
occaib cen tech cen trebad fair ┐ cen f. ¤ tellaich Temrach,
Ériu iv 124 . With subj. gen.: tri f. ¤ inna mball ... doib
30 Wb 12b3 . la Colmán ó sin alle f. ¤ an bale sin ar is fáss ó
comarbaib féin hí mina tarttatt a rér do Cholmán, BColm.
78.14 . foghnam fuidhri no daorceile uathaibh re re na
foglama `the service of a f. or a d. is due from them during
the term of the learning
' (of apprentices) Laws iv 236.20 .
35 m'fhoghnamh nach cóir do chomaoidhimh `that I must
not boast of my merit
' PBocht 6 § 17 . do-gní f. ¤ do serves:
dogenat f. ¤ dam, MacCarthy 44.23 = fomgnífet SR 852 .
lé foghnamh do dhéanamh do Dhia, TSh. 1130 . gen. as
attrib.: fer foghnamha , Ériu xiii 16.12 . luag fir fognuma
40 an attendant Laws i 110.9 . mad fer fognama (.i. mad he
in fer do ne in foghnum im bith for bantincar) Laws ii
390z (392.6) = Ir. Law 57 . is uaidib ... roḟas daerchis
fodnoma for saerchlandaib hEreand, Lec. Facs. 185vb9 =
BB 255a29 (fognuma). capul fognuma ┐ ech immrimme,
45 Laws iv 308.22 ( Críth G. 158 ). (cf. capul itir foghnum ┐
imrim Laws iv 304.12 , C.G. 91 ). fine fognama (.i. daorceile ┐ saor-
cheile) Laws v 318.2 . la himed...lochta ind fognuma labourers
TTr.² 600 . etaig fognama ... domelar cach dia `working
dress
' (dress of use, everyday clothes) Laws v 398.1 . don
50mainistir ... cona fearonnaibh foghnamha `glebe-lands'
FM vi 2148.15 . pl. at cotarsnai na fógnuma do dís (i.e.
no man can serve two masters) PH 711 . ni hiat a fognumha
bis forro functions (of Ogham letters) BB 301a27 .
(b) later often use, utility, profit (with AR of thing. Cf.
55feidm): ni bí fognum er ni da ṅdentar cen fúndamit fái
PH 7816 . nach fuil fodnum agud orm that I am of no use
to thee
ZCP vi 55.20 . ni fhuil foghnamh orm at egmais =
sine te nihil sum ... nihil possum Instructio 226.20 . ní
bhia fóghnamh ar an absolóid absolution will be of no avail
60 Mac Aingil 376 . an mbī foghnamh ar an bposadh? is the
marriage valid
? Luc. Fid. 140.14 . do cuiredh a ndergár
innus nach roibhe foghnam orra o shin alé, L.Chl.Suibhne
§ 13 . co mbetha gan foghnamh ort no ar beacan foghanta
= pro nihilo aut minimo reputari Instructio 224.14 . (cf.
65mod. ar foghnamh of use, in health, thriving ).