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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) .

foibred n m. (analogous vn. from fo-beir) dipping, immersing;
5 annealing: ar na foibredh a fuilibh dracon (of arrow-barbs),
CCath. 5461 . saigti ... arna fobred ... a fulib drecon, Cog.
158.18 .
Cf. fobairt and foigred.

foibrigid v anneals (metal): pass. imperf. no foibrigti ...
10a grethaib gleorda glan-usci (of a corslet), CCath. 5219 .

foibrigthe (part. of prec.) tempered: saighti foibrighthi,
CCath. 5656 . cona ffoghadhaibh ... foibrighte FM vi
2126.20 . la froischethaibh foghadh ... foibrighthi, Hugh
Roe 216.18 (f. 58a) . go ros marbh Eochaid ... [Niall] go
15soighid foibrighte tar aill mara, Cl. AB 5.5 .
Cf. foibred and fobride.

foibrithe: x see fobrithe.

foicert ind welcome! (B. na f. ?): f. ¤ .i. fo cen, Dúil Laithne
233 ( Goid. 78 . Stokes, ib. p. 81 , suggests a compd. of
20`good' and cert = ceird .i. ceimniugud no cing, O'Dav. 392 ).

foich n f. (Brit. loan, Ped.; O'Rahilly Sc.G.St. iii 63 , later
also puith, see below). (a) a cankerworm: gl. eruca ( Joel
ii 25 or Amos iv 9 ) Thes. i 2.13 . (b) a wasp: gl. vespa
Thes. ii 43.7 . an ḟ. ¤ neimhneach bhíos dhá chailg, Content.
25 xvi 6 . saithe demna hi richt foiche, BColm. 86.7 . na focha
(a p.), ib. 11 . áit i bhfuilid ... foiche ar foluamhain, TSh.
6681 . saithedha beac[h] ┐ foichedh, CCath. 4782 . a n-agh-
aidh urchoide na mbeach ┐ na bfoitheadh, 23 K 42, 331.17 .
saithedha ... saighdiúiridhe ... fo cossmhailes foichedh
30fírbheach `swarms of bees' (?) FM vi 2224.3 .
puith: apes et vespe habent aculeum .i. bíth cailg ac na
beachaibh ┐ ac na puithibh, O'Gr. Cat. 213.25 . g p. do cailg
... na puithedh ib. 3 . (Fig.) iongnadh an iomaidh si chluinim
... ag futhaibh ` wretches ' Ó Bruadair i 122 . g p. ... na
35 bhfutha 126 . d p. dina fothaibh (contr. with `fírbheach')
iii 202 (but these may belong to foth, q.v.).
? Mil nad focair a aidid ┐ foich a forus, O'C. 815 ( H 3.
18, 376 ).
Cf. nodgoin co nderna criathar focha de LL 273a37 ( RC
40 xiii 395 ). focherdat a ngai fair co nderna criathar focha
de TTr.² 1324 (where Stokes would read fotha and render
` sieve of the mill's feed ').

foiche n (cf. foichid) inflicting harm or damage (?): In Laws
Comm. used in expression: f. ¤ Dé, of damage to an animal,
45a boat, etc. due to accident or natural causes, rendered ` act,
visitation, of God ': má geall bes airde ináit a fēch ┐ f. ¤
dé don-airrtet `the act of God has overtaken it' Laws i 278.15 .
nidat f. ¤ de doairthet ib. 22 . madh oin d'fer ḟine ... ┐ f. ¤ De
dia tarrachtain v 278.13 . cin fis ... co fis f. ¤ ib. 16.17 .
50 rogabsat ... f. ¤ (.i. fuachtain) ... ic cosnam in oircne aturru,
Corm. LB s.v. mogheime ( Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 30 ). ? am gai
hi foichi .i. ar gēri BB 39b30 ( IT iii 62 = la fodb, i fodb,
61 < Lec., LL). ? cathcles cu foceardaib .i. grain catha cu
ceartaib foiche in gae bulga, Todd Nenn, Notes p. xii
55( O'C 1875 ). Cf. also: intan doratad foich forumsa trim
peccad (= meque averseris propter multitudinem peccatorum)
Ml 44b29 , where edd. Thes. emend: fochaid.
See foichid.

foichedach adj o-ā that suffers injury: faitech cach foichedhach,
60 Phil. Soc. 1859, 192 (< H 3.18, p. 73 ). Perhaps = fochaidech.

foichen ? ind rop foluch ba ceand morcenn [im morcend v.l.]
im mor foichean, Anecd. ii 48 .

foichid n i (by-form of fochaid ?): is tualaing a foichid
(= a bfoichid, O'C. 2475 < Eg. 88. 38b ) he is able to impugn
65them
(? H 3. 17. 441.25 ( O'Don. 556 . The form is doubtful
here. cf. Laws ii 282 Comm. and SM Facs. 33b ) f. ¤ fri
foithid, buille a n-adaig buille ` offence for offence' Laws
iii 90.10 . cf. foichi .i. cin no gnímh ut est foichi fri
foiche, O'C. 1460 ( H 3.18, p. 650a ). ní tapradis seoit na
70tuaithi a foicidh na tuaithi oli `by the act of the whole tribe'
RC xii 70 § 38 . g s. in cú bis ar caoe foithedha na
n-aighe `that is in the way of hurting the deer' O'Dav.
100 . for conair foichedha na criche bis on the road
by which the territory may be attacked
O'C. 1988 (< H 4.22,
75 p. 24 ).
Cf. fochaid.

foichle ? ind bid a ainim fri f. ¤ fen | fri saigid i n-etercēn, Ériu
v 244 ( YBL 211a11 ).

foichlech adj o-ā (fochell) I Cautious, wary; that takes pre-
80cautions (?). Cf. sairfoichlech gl. concuriosus Ml 90b2 .
foichleach n-airfoichlech in sin, a popa Fergais! TBC²
3590 = aicclech nad aicclech TBC 6009 ; foiclech nat nur-
ḟoiclech H. In YBL perhaps we should read: f. ¤ nád n-airf. ¤ ,
i.e. a cautiousness that overreaches itself (alluding to Fergus's
85act in attacking the Ulstermen).
II Earning (paying ?) wages: foichleach .i. faichilleach,
O'Cl. foichleach .i. formalach `munificent in paying for
services done
' P.O'C. ? g s f. mac foichligi .i. mac na meir-
drighe oiges a corp ar logh no gin logh, O'C. 2232 ( Eg. 88
f. 16 (17)d ) = foithlighi ib.