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foguir(r)iud, fogurrad n (< fogur-riuth ? Thurn., Ir. Law
39 , takes it to be fogur-red, coll. of fogur) `act of proclaim-
ing; formal notice of opposition ' Laws Gloss.: ni foroxla
taide no cnet (.i. co hiseal) no f. ¤ (.i. cu hard), Laws ii 374z
5(376.5) = foghuirre iv 270y . Ir. Law 39 (`lauter Einspruch').
ni said dilse for diubairt na f. ¤ (.i. o beithir aca og-fuaitred),
Laws ii 382.3 , 11 = fogurrad (fogarradh v.l.), O'Dav. 953 ,
who glosses the passage: nocha tairisinn dílse for in furain-
epirt, o bethar aga fuaidrid. cianbruige .i. cian mor rom-
10batar cin foghurradh, Laws iv 10.3 Comm. (tempus con-
tinuetur .i.) aimsir continóidech noch is aimsir rudartha
gin fogurradh, O'D. 625 (< H 3.17, 465 - 6 ).

fogur n o,m. n s. in f. ¤ Wb 12d5 . Sg 203b9 . in fogor ib. fogor
18a3 . a s. fogur Wb 12d5 . d s. fugur Ml 26d10 . fogur Wb
15 12d5 . Sg 9b1 . g s. foguir Sg 6a2 . ind fogair 3b17 . n p.
fogair 4a3 . -ḟogir 3b23 . n s. foghar IGT, Decl. § 17 .
A sound in wide sense, used of speech, natural sounds,
etc. foghur (gl. sonus) Ir. Gl. 469 . In Glosses renders
Lat. sonus Sg 6a2 . sonitus Ml 26d10 . pronuntiatio Sg 3b23 .
20 4a3 . 9a23 . vox Wb 12d5 . rocluinethar cách in f. ¤ et nicfitir
cid asbeir Wb 12c22 . do scribus in amra a n-oenlo eter
cheill ┐ ḟogur LB 241a marg. inf. (`both text and gloss',
Stokes, ZCP iii 225 ). niofil ... belre ... cen f. ¤ (gl. sine uoce) Wb
12d5 . ni anand sai i son i [leg. .i. ?] fodar dogres, achtmad
25hi cēll, Laws v 2.8 Comm. co fogur derchainte LU 2408 .
co cuala in gilla f. ¤ isin tuind .i. córus cainiuda RC xxvi 8.9 .
fa `tot' dno a ainm in foghair sin doghni in tond (i.e. a
splash) Auraic. 1613 . bertais ... inna hágu ... ┐ in f. ¤ iarom
dorigénsat bá ceól meldach LU 1800 . ro ben a bachall ...
30risin n-arradh ... cu clos a foghar fon cill uili, Lism.L. 954 .
f. ¤ tuinni IT i 78a25 . f. ¤ gaíthe more PH 5449 . co cualatar f. ¤
na ngoband oc tuarcain ... LU 1865 . f. ¤ ... inna ngenti
oc claide ratha, Lat. Lives 14 . ra fogor mendchrott TBC
5214 . foghar ... na dtéad meannchrot TD 25.18 . conatail
35and ... fri foghar ceirce Bairche `at the clucking of B.'s hen'
Dinds. 89 (= fri fogur circi B., BB 399a34 ). gach dúil
bhalbh a fuil foghar IGT, Decl. ex. 1712 . amhail umha
ag déanamh foghair = aes sonans TSh. 9413 . ea ... éa ...
ionann guthaidhe dhóibh ┐ ní hionann foghar no síneadh
40 IGT, Introd. § 11 .
In restricted sense of harmony, melody: f. ¤ na ṅgrád, na
céol ṅgle SR 487 . seinnter gach fodur ┐ gach ceól, Marco P.
79 .
Rumour, report: an é súd an Cú Chulainn oirderc ata
45ḟogur aguibhse a nEirinn ? RC xxix 144x (other MSS read:
iomráiteach atá, and: atá iomráiteach, etc.).
Rarely of talk, discussion: má tá nach bhfionntaoi ar
bhfoghar (i.e. my argument? But cf. 2 fogar), Content. ix 9 .
Compds. (1 ) with adj.: ¤ binn sweetsounding: fedán
50f., Acall. 1718 . ¤ chosdae: in foghur-costa (of a steed,
= Lat. sonipes), CCath. 5478 . ¤ throm: faltanais foghar-
throma clamorous ML 80.22 .
(2 ) With subst.: ¤ béimnech: noisy beating: f. na fern
siúil LL 236a13 ( TTr. 1416 ). ¤ cheól: f. na gcon ` baying '
55 RC xliii 22 § 19 . ¤ drēsachtach: f. na caillted the jarring
sound of the woods
' CCath. 4172 . ¤ gáir: co ¤ gairibb moraibh
`clamorous shouts' CCath 4372 . ¤ gerán: cnead ... ┐ foghair-
ghearán ` loud complaining ' TSh. 4166 . ¤ guth utterance:
ar an bhfóghar-ghuth síghe `the fairy strain' Oss. iv 170 .
60 ¤ mongurán wailing sound CCath. 4165 . ¤ muirnn ` shouting '
CCath. 3130 . ¤ núall shouting, howling: fogharnuall, Hugh
Roe 138w (f. 37b) . FM vi 2016.16 . ¤ thorann a thunder-
like noise: fogharth. a n-ordanáis FM v 1786.7 . ¤ thormán
id.: go cclos ... a ffogharthormhán (of cannon) FM vi
652028.9 . fogarthorman a ttrompadh ┐ a ttapúr, Hugh Roe
34.14 (f. 9b) .
See foguir(r)iud.

fogurda adj io-iā pertaining to sound: in bruudh fillti f. ¤ ...
foil otha in ainmiud [leg. ainmnidh] ... co foxlaid nilair
70 the change in inflection and sound Auraic. 906 .

fogurrad: x see foguir(r)iud.

1 foí ? ind rucht fo thuind fithend foí, Corm. Y 662 . Bruchst.
i § 157 . cath Slebe F. ria Fergal dosfanair f. ¤ | dluthach
nglee i mbíth ... Cú Roi LL 182b53 ( Arch. Hib. ii 60 ). Cf.
75 1 fo and 2 fó.

2 foí n.l. Foi .i. Cnámchaill. ut dixit Gruibne ... `In fess
fo Foi' .i. ba fessach Cnámchoille, Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 = Corm. Y
598 . f. ¤ .i. cnámchoill, O'Cl.

fo-íada v shuts down, closes: in muirlinn aili isi in muir |
80fodasn-iada im thalmain wraps itself around the land SR 288 .

1 foibde n (abstr. of fobaid ?) cen locht do Ḟergus co foibdi
LL 181b29 ( Arch. Hib. ii 48 ). Cf. Fénius Farrsaich faibdi
rath, Ériu iv 136.13 . Cf. fobaid, fodbae.

2 foibde adj. pl.: see fobaid.

85 foibdide adj io-iā (part. of fo-bádi) dipped, immersed; (of
metal) annealed: amal tinde foibdidi for fiuchud, Dinds.
120 . BB 407b29 (= fubthaide i tenid cerda LL 165bz ).
a mór-gonnadhaibh ... glēsfoibdithe, Hugh Roe 314.16
(f. 82a) .