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fograd (-grád ?) n o,m. (orig. n., perhaps, cf. grád `grade')
a sub-grade, an inferior grade or rank: na fograid ... na
deochain, na suibdeochain SR 4533 . do sacardaib ... do
huilib fogradaib, Thes. ii 255.8 (Stowe Miss.). da tri fograd-
5aib ... dunt sailmcedlaid ... d'adhantaigh ┐ do cleirech,
Laws v 24.4 Comm. taman .i. f. ¤ filed, O'Mulc. 865 . aisti
na ndóerbard ┐ na fograd filed IT iii 65 § 132 .
Cf. ná fógraid, faoin, flatha ..., Ériu xiii 16.35 .

fograid v (fogur) emits a sound: an tan buailter mér air
10foghraidh amal thiompán, 23 K 42. 158.3 . fogruid an
gaile amail timpan, Ros. Angl. 298.11 .

fograigid(ir) v g (fogur or fograch) emits a sound, sounds,
resounds: fogrigim (gl. opsono) Thes. ii 42.16 . fograigim
(gl. tono) Corm. Y 1256 . humae fogrigedar (gl. aes sonans)
15 Wb 12b27 . indas fograigte inna duli the way the elements
sound
Ml 42c2 . no fograigtis (gl. stridebant) 54d20 . fog-
raigit [consain] malle fri guthacha, Auraic. 368 . in cruit
... ara nenaisc na ceola conna ro fograidhsetor RC xii 108.5 .
da fogruidhi an medhon re bualad mar timpan, Ros. Angl.
20 268y . rofograidhsed Greig bresmaidm ndermair, TTebe
1336 . ni rograigther cen gutta cannot be pronounced Sg
4b14 (< ni rofogr., see note, Thes. ii 54 ).

fograigiud u, m. (vn. of prec.) emitting a sound or noise:
huan guthf. ¤ (gl. uociferatione) Ml 67a7 . Cf. fogrugud.

25 fograigthe adj io-iā (part. of fograigidir) sounded: nephḟog-
raigthi (gl. inconcinna, neut. pl.) Sg 138a8 .

fográin n [f. ?] (a later form of fograinne ?) the cusp or point
of a spear or pointed weapon, staff, etc.: tuc F. a da láim
ar in caladbolg ┐ rabert béim de ... go ró chomraic a ḟograin
30ri talmain TBC 6005 (= eograinde St. grinni TBC² 3587 ).
tuc C. a da ṡleig ... dó ...; crothais ... co n-arnic a fográin
aice fri a n-irlaind TBC 1096 . dar a slind ┐ dar a f. ¤ (of a
spear) LL 267b17 ( MU² 729 ). sciath righ D. ... fuair fogrāin
gaī glais go gēr (: Colmāin) ZCP viii 227 § 8 . luidh foghrain
35na bacla trena traighidh, Lism. L. 461 (= erlund, Trip.
468.26 . ermited 196.8 . goi, Anecd. iii 41.19 ). The follg.
exx. probably represent the same word: tuc slinn na slegi
┐ a forgraín [fograinne, Fr.] re a édan, Acall. 1726 . gur
tholl an lamhgai an luireach ... co raibhe forrach fir da
40foighren tre dhaingen na luirighi MR 286.3 . la fogran na
goeti keen blast (?) of the wind Cog. 182.13 . (of a spear:)
tecmaid a huilliu no [a] fogran tar suil Cormaic, O'C. 894
( H 3.18, p. 399 = cor ben a heochair, Laws iii 82z ) cf. 1
fochair
; Expuls. ( Rawl. 131b31 , Ériu iii 135 ) has slabrad.
45 Cf. figrán.

fograinne (-á- ?) n [iā, f. ?] cusp or point (esp. of a spear):
airmtiud .i. f. ¤ (gl. cuspis) Sg 67b1 . f. ¤ do ṡlege, Mer. Uil. 58 .
fograindi in gai RC xiv 246.20 . srotha ... fola o fograinne
co hurlaind (of a spear) TTebe 3054 . pl. ro dingit a slenna
50┐ a fograinne i cnesaib ... na curadh, CCath. 5834 .
See fográin.

fogroll [n o,m. ?] a sound or noise (?): f. ¤ sese (foghrall v.l.)
`noise of knowledge' RC xxvi 20 § 43 (glossed .i. fogur oll
int ṡoḟesa LL 187a4 ). foghrall .i. foghar mór, O'Cl.

55 fogrugud n u,m. a sound, resonance: in guthfogrugud (gl.
vociferatio) Ml 51c7 . bindḟogrugud a gotha TBC 5215 .
bindfogrogod in claidib LU 7367 ( BDD 99 ). amal fogrugud
doní sruth, TTebe 1337 . pl. stocfhograigthi `trumpet
blasts
' 748 .
60 Cf. fograigiud.

1 fogtha (part. of fogaid, q.v.): plundered, stripped: amhail
do slíobadh gach sochar ... uaidh féin nó gur fágbhadh
folamh foghtha é, TSh. 646 .

2 fogtha: as verb. necess. of fo-gaib: a horchra ┐ a gníomh
65glan | foghtha dhamh síodh ar a son for the sake of her
sorrow and her pure deed I should be
pardoned PBocht 13 § 21 .

fogúais n a slight danger, a hazard (?): prespiter int ebra
uais; sacerdos grēc nir foguais ( without doubt, no mere
conjecture ?) ZCP viii 113 § 2 .

70 fo-guid v (guidid) protot. -foigd-, begs, entreats , absol. or
with acc. of pers. or thing: Subj. pres. fogeiss in ríg beg
of the king
Ériu i 199.2 . ní foigis [foigdis, ḟaighdhe v.l.]
ríg i nEre beg not of a king 200.3 . (later form :) cia
foighe though he beg Laws iv 352.14 . ? pret. na tri Colmana
75dia ronfagde for whom thou hast solicited us BColm. 54.25 .
ni di biud foguidter do biathad deissi no trir, O'C. 805 (< H
3.18, 373a ).
Vn. foigde, q.v.

foguin n [i, n.] (vn. of fo-goin) wounding (treacherously ?):
80 f. ¤ .i. tir i mbi oc dail, guin neich leis ann, O'C. 472 (< H
3.18, p. 247 ). f. ¤ re .i. fírghuin neich nime [ = nemid ?] a
re a ferann .i. ina maigin dígona, O'C. 457 (< ib. H 3.18 p. 243b ).
Cf. also: cuguin .i. a f. ¤ ┐ dealbh criad in[a] fiadhnaise,
O'Dav. 382 (some kind of malefic sorcery practised on
85clay images ?).

fo-guin: x see fo-goin.