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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.

5 foichled n m. (fochell) act of hiring (?): mad maithi a folaid .i.
im lubair ┐ im tech n-aidhedh ┐ im fochled ngrad, Laws v
54.8 Comm . (`employing the grades' O'Don.; ` attending,
waiting on ' Atk. Cf. fo-cíallathar). fice cēt Danar ... aca
creic ┐ ica faiclead babein ... ar ōr `hiring themselves'
10 Cog. 152.6 (ar na ccreic ┐ ar na ccendach v.l.).

foichleóir n i,m. a custodian: f. ¤ (gl. curatorem) Ml 109c7 .
foichlorib (gl. curatoribus) Wb 19d1 .

foichlid: x see fo-cíallathar.

foichlide adj io-iā (part. of fo-cíallathar) engaged, hired: ni
15tochta im fir fear foichlide `no oath was taken respecting
the truth of a f.f.
' [but 'fear' must be gp.] Laws v 468.1 (with
gl.: na fir bis ar fochal-cae, ar claen conair 470 ) = ni tochta
im fir foichlidbi, O'C. 2597 ( Eg. 88, 50 ).
Cf. foichlige.

20 foichlidi (verb. necess. of fo-cíallathar) that must be prefiared
for, anticipated: conid foichlidhi do cach aen in dāl derb
... [a]ra chind .i. dāil bāis, Ériu v 120 .

1 foichlige n (abstr. from foichlech ? Or leg. foichlide ?)
guarding, hoarding (?): cruin[n]e co foichlighe (a vice)
25 ZCP iii 27.33 = co foichlidi, Ériu vii 172.9 ? lombo foic[h]lidi
(lumba bfoichle v.l.) baring oneself of gains (?) ZCP iii 450.2 .
foille f. ¤ (women are) `neglectful of earning' (of taking care ?)
Tec. Corm. § 16.28 ; glossed .i. ic denum dhruisi BB 63b39 .
tri himfaebair na glaime diginn imfaebar a denam im
30foichliche set .i. issed is foichlidhi set ann, a luighi do
tabairt dō co natibrad do neoch eile in set (of the satire
made by Neide on Caier), O'C. 2134 (< H 4.22 p. 88 ). ni
ona, ni ainmhe i bfoichlighe sed, Ériu xiii 17.20 = ... a
foichlighe sétt .i. um an sétt airfoichleas neach aice. Is
35as so gobar co na dlegar aír do denumh um foichlighi sétt,
O'C. 234 (< H 3.18, 207 ).

2 foichlige: ind athgabail ... im rubu foichlige, im rubu cethra
(.i. foclaid .i. im na robaib bis ar fochlae .i. bainb beca ...
bid i ndegaid cáich, cailligh no eithi foglennat cach), Laws
40 i 184.15 (190.15) , see fochlaid.

foichligthe adj io-iā (part. of a denom. vb. from foichlech,
Strachan Vbl. System of SR p. 68 ) prepared (for), on one's
guard (against): níbtar foichligthi fri tóir SR 3557 .

foichne n m. (singulative from fochan) f. ¤ (n p. foichne, -dha)
45 IGT Decl. § 2 . A blade of young corn: cóil f. ¤ for tuinn,
Triads 75 . (expl. .i. fochan an gheamhair p. 37 ). na brúchta
ith oichne [ = ithḟ. ¤ :] iraind ... .i. nocha bruchtand f. ¤ in
etha isin ferann, O'Dav. 1080 . ar bharr gach fhoichne
fheoir, PBocht 10 § 7 . nir ḟaccaib-sium in foichni fogla
50i nErind gan tectad flat[h]a BB 254b36 = in fóich fóghlas,
Cóir Anm. 109 (see foglas) = mad foich focla, Lec. 176ra7 .
ni fūigiub-sa an foichin foghla sin i nErinn gan r[e]acht
air, Anecd. ii 9z ; perh. we should read: in foichne foglas
in all three exx. Cf. dona fuichneadhuibh forghlasa Fomh-
55órrdha atád ag milleadh Ereann, CMTuireadh 404 . Fig.
of pers.: an tsaer-foichni so cineoil Suibhne scion LL
409a24 [apparently fem. here, but scribe may have taken
the word as g s.] = in saermiled Suibne MR 230.27 . ? mummi
Chuirc ni foichni faind | de Chorc Ochae .h. Conaill LL
60 145a45 . dá ḟoichne a haonchrobhuing iad, Ir. Monthly
1927, 470 ( DDána 308 ). Cf. atáid na toirthe atá an úr |
mar tá gach foithne (foichne v.l.) 's gach fádh Ir. Monthly 1927, 472 (= DDána
310 ).

foichned n u,m. kindling (?): as fionda a aighthi d'ḟoich-
65neadh (i.e. his beard was set afire ?) IGT, Decl. ex. 1991 .
Cf. fochnod.

foicse n iā, f. (abstr. of focus = O.Ir. ocus, q.v. Cf. ocse).
in ḟoigsi, in ḟaigsi; in ḟoisge, in ḟaisge IGT IV 47 . nearness,
proximity (of place or time): i faicsi duinn near us CCath.
70 5135 ; i gcéin uadh na 'na ḟoigse, DDána 37 § 39 . a bfaigsi
'sa bfud IGT IV ex. 1040 . cach faicsi thiced d'aidchi as
night drew nearer
LL 268b25 ( MU² 864 ). gach foigse dá
ndeachamaois doibh, Oss. vi 146 . ionnus nach raibhe
úain ... tionóil a mhuinntire ag S. tre [a] ḟoigsi dhó bhí
75lá an chatha, Ériu v 188.457 . gach foisci bheas neach don
bhás, Instructio 204.23 . bean as uaisle 's as fhearr faigse,
PBocht 9 § 14 .
Cf. trí airdi gáisse: ainmne, faiscsiu [faicsi v.l.], fáthaige,
Triads 192 (expld.: faicse .i. meabair maith. p. 41 ).

80 foicserad n (foicse) nearness, approach: cid i céin no
faicserad SR 6124 . gur fhoillsigh ... dó ... deiredh a
bhethadh do beith ina fhoccus ┐ ina fhoiccseradh BNnÉ
264.8 . im' aigseradh ZCP viii 199 .

foid: x see foaid.

85 foíd subst.: see faíd.

foíded (-iud) n m. (later vn. of foídid. Cf. foít) the act of
sending: do foídiudsiu im dāilse (my) having made a tryst
with thee
LU 10760 = do ḟaideadsu, Ériu xii 168. 26 . Isu
Crist do fhoidiud on athair PH 4905 . Lebarcham do ḟaidiud
ar cend Con Culaind co Dún ṅD., LL 262a8 ( MU² 35 ). ro
5ḟorcongair forra ... dírim ... marcsluaigh d'faoídheadh
uatha FM vi 1978.3 . Exceptionally departing: oc foíded
dia spirut uad LB 229b11 .