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15 foídid v ī Early forms: ipv. 2 s. foid LU 9578 . pres. 1 s. not
foidiu TBC² 3012 (= ar-dot-faedim TBC 4767 ). 3 s. rel.
foides SR 1017 . foedes (v.l. faides) Hy i 33 . 3 pl. foídit
Sg 181a2 . rel. foíte 117a5 . Subj. pres. 1 s. no foíd Wb 23d1 .
3 s. -fuide, Laws ii 26.14 . pret. 3 s. foídis, Mon. Tall. § 85 .
20 foidis SR 1917 . 2565 . (with pron. suff.:) foidsi, foitsi,
Arm. 18b1 ( Thes. ii 242.14 ). (with fem. emph. pron.?)
foítis[s]i ... úadi LU 6147 . perf. 3 s. rod foídi Wb 7d2 .
rofaidi SR 2600. 3166 . Pass. ipv. fuiter RC iii 344.18 .
pres. s. foítir Wb 25a8 . foiter (rel.) 17a11 . pl. foíditir LU
25 2197 . faiditir 3457 . imperf. s. no foíté LU 6054 . past
subj. s. nomfaíte LU 5960 (-foite TBC² 1493 ). pret. and
perf. s. rofoíded Wb 23a7 . pl. foíte LU 4482 (hence perhaps:
faoite teachta .i. do cuireadh t., O'Cl.). Cf. foite dias 1772 ,
where it may be s. ro foítea Wb 27c35 . -roitea 5a3 .
30 rofaíte (rel.) LU 2501 .
Vn. foít, later foíded (-iud), q.v.
In Mid. Ir. as well as foíd- (faíd-, faed-, fóed- fuíd-) a stem
foí occurs: ipv. 2 s. foí PH 1569 . Cf. fáise, Ériu viii 22 § 25 .
perf. 3 s. rus foi (: -naí) LB 274b2 (= CCellaig 430 ). Usually
35 rofaíd: SR 2177 . diarfóed 1805 . rofaed 7071 . 7229 .
ro fúid PH 4554 . rofoídestar 2601 . For the pret. or hist.
pres. 3 s. fáitte TBC 2422 (= foídis LU 6268 ). TBC 3017 (= do-
bretha TBC² 2212 ). TBC 6074 . fáitti 2400 (= faoidis St). faete,
Auraic. 280 , cf. Strachan, ZCP ii 485 - 6 , Ériu xiv 34.75 .
40 Cf. fosroiti LL 283b4 (has sent him?). fuithe ZCP xiii 174.23
may be for foíte, pass. pret. s.
The form faítti, -e in: fáitte fessa ┐ tecta uaitsiu cot
chairdib CRR 7 (bis) seems meant for ipv. pass. Can it
be verb. necess. understood as such? Possibly an imita-
45tion of LU 4482 by one who misunderstood the old form of
pret. pass.
Sends (a pers. or thing): transl. Lat. mittere Wb 23a7 .
23d1 . Ml 34c9 . faoidh no do fhaoidh .i. do chuir, O'Cl.
du foid Pátricc in carpat cu Sechnall ... foidsi S. ... cu
50Manchán, Arm. 18b1 ( Thes. ii 242 ). ro fuid-side indi Pala-
dius ... do praicept do Goídelaibh, Trip. 30.12 (289) . mad
fuit notfuide neach fri fothugh techta, Laws ii 26.14 . foidis
Noe in colum ... | uad for in linnmuir SR 2565 . faidhis M.
... techta ... don cathraig, Marco P. 24 . rofaidhe uadha
55ina cona sin for lurg ina n-óg, Anecd. ii 60z . roḟáidh a
marcslógh uadh do crechadh in tíre, CCath. 176 . roḟaoídh
tra an Iustis on ccampa ... cuidechta do chaptinibh ... do
dhenamh creach FM v 1586.1 . Abs.: ma thechtai-siu nech
is miscais latt, foíd co hIerusalem, ┐ ... ticfa chucat iarna
60sróigled PH 6665 . otchondairc Edilfrid rofoi cuccu, Anecd.
iii 72 (= in hos arma verti iubet Bede Hist. Eccles. ii 2 ).
faidfet-sa anoir co Cruachān, Fen. 402.12 . Impers. pass.
no foíté co cach láth ngaile messages were sent LU 6054
(= no faidti cach l. TBC² 1582 ). Cf. is aire fosroiti i tossaig
65 he was sent (i.e. died) first LL 283b4 = is air do fucadh, Lism.L.
p. lx . Of sending a petition, command, etc., the message may
be expressed by a verbal clause, or, in an apparently ellip-
tical constr, by a noun: fuiter uaid cusin mB. ... co tu[d]-
chuid RC iii 344.19 . fuiter cusin D. tuidecht do accallaim
70a maicc 345.1 . With extension of meaning: gébas Ailech
acht dréch ros-foid | ni fitir nech coich nā cia save Him
that hath sent them none knoweth who shall possess A.
LL
182a21 ( Arch. Hib. ii 50 ). Ni faid nech na seotu so cin
naidm sends away (i.e. lends?) Laws v 278.6 . nosfoidend
75fein (the voice) emits itself Auraic. 382 .
f. ¤ a spirut (dochum nime) gives up the ghost, dies: rofoidh
tra H. a spirut LL 406b3 = TTr.² 1196 . foídis a spirut iar
sin dochum nime LB 151b52 . ro ḟaoidh a spiorad docum
nimhi i nDuibhreccles C., FM iii 8y . comhainm an laoí
80in ro ḟaoídh Muire a spiorat `on the anniversary of the day on
which M. yielded her spirit
' vi 2126.5 . tug a osnad
mór os aird co rofhaoidh a spiorad dochum nimhe, Buile S. §
86 . ro fhill [Ísu] a chend iar sin, ┐ ro fhoíd a spirut PH 2900 .
Gramm.: ni in `gi' foídit a sechmadachte (e.g. negligo
85neglexi) Sg 181a2 . Cf. bá in `-is' ba téchte tobarthid do
thecht a nominibus foíte genitin in `-rum' that make the
genitive in -rum Sg 117a5 . In the latter instance the meaning
seems to be throws off, develops .
Occas. used in wider senses of fo-ceird: faítsetar ...
étgud Ailella ... immon corthe put TBC 4440 = do cuiretar
5St. don tenid in ro faíte na tri meic oc Nabcodon LU 2501
( RC xxv 234 ). faidhit dín claraigh uasa mbarcuibh they
set a covering of planks over their barques
Marco P. 145 .
foidisium oc slechtanaib for carraic betook himself to RC
x 80.14 . fuidis ... Guaire essomuin friu, Arch. iii 3.8 (cf.
10 fearus E. esemain fris ZCP v 523 ).

foidmen (-min): adj cen laech Fernaide foidmin (∴ buidhnigh)
` active ' AU 867 . benait glass find fothmin (fothmein,
foidmin, foidmen, fodmin v.l.) `draw a fair conclusive(?)
bolt' Fél. June 30 ; glossed in LB: fodmin .i. foderiud
15.i. ... oband no solam no glic no fogēr ... unde quidam
dixit: in goeth ... is fodmín fria hathlaechu ... (.i. is fogēr),
Fél. xcviii (fotmin v.l., ib). Hence probably: foidmen .i.
fo dered f[oidmen] .i. oband nó solum nó glic nó ger. Stowe
Gl. 400 , 401 . foidhmion .i. foáithmion .i. foghér mion,
20O'Cl. foidhbiun .i. obann, luath no ésgaidh ib.

foidne: ind g s.(?) bāigfithir fir find ar f. ¤ (foidbne v.l.) feis
ZCP viii 565.9 (rhet.) = Zu Ir. Hss. u. Litt. 58 . with foidbne
cf. 1 fodb.

foid(h)ne, -ch: x see foditiu, foditnech.

25 foidrech (adj. or gen.?): cith cailce dá sgiathaibh cith
fola dá gcneadhaibh, ... cith foidreach [feidreacha v.l.]
de'n talamh `a shower of sods(?)' ITS i 42.16 .

foidreich: adj atrē in rí ... conid f. ¤ dōib huile | cona chroich
deirg ... fria aiss (of Last Judgment) SR 8270 . Apparently
30 visible, manifest (a compd. of fo and drech `aspect,' i.e.
under view?). Cf. fodirc.
See fuidrech and fodrechda.

foíechtain n f. (Mid. Ir. vn. of foaid) faoieachtain RC xxviii
429 (IGT). sleeping (with), cohabiting: rogab ic a guidhi
35... im foisedain [leg. foiechtain] lais RC xxvii 83.4 . roerail
fort ... faiesedain [leg. faiechtain] frisin righain ZCP iv
389 = D.iv. 2, 78va12
See faíechtain.

foíg, foíge: x see foigde.

40 foigde, faigde n iā,f. see ZCP ix. 60 . foigde Wb 25b8 , 9 . foighdhe
60 IGT, Decl. § 3 p. 45 . Later also foighe and fóigh. Cf.
foigid, Trip. 80.23 (886) . (a) begging, soliciting , absol. or
with obj. gen. of pers. or thing; sometimes with IMM of
thing: do foigdi to beg (gl. fratre ambulante) Wb 26b9 .
45 utmuille et déess et f. ¤ mendicancy 25b9 . oc foigdí 26b14 .
f. ¤ `mendicancy' 25b8 (contrasted with divitias). in n-aís
déed caras foigdi cáich 25c19 . for foigdi a-begging 25b11 .
tanic Bricri d'ḟaigde Fergusa TBC 6133 . ic faighdhe ubhall,
Lism.L. 1425 . is bocht ré ré fear na faighdhe, Dán Dé
50 xxxi 22 . a ccur fri fuacht, faighdhe ┐ gorta beggary FM
iv 818 . amail tanigc ... co Martan dia fagh[d]e ima brat,
BColm. 60.7 . dodechaid do saighid E. ... dia faigdi 'mo
oendeirc to beg from him his only eye Dinds. 64 . g s. gréssich
foigde na pronn constant in begging for dinners Wb 31b23 .
55(b) a request, boon: rocuinnig f. ¤ ... cosin siair, Ériu iii
196 § 19 . luid ... do chungi[d] fagh[d]i feraind, BColm.
34.15 . do iarraidh faighde ferain[n], BNnÉ 314 § 7 .
d'iarra[i]dh faighdhe ech ar an nGamannraidh, Celt. Rev.
ii 24 .
60(c) free victuals, entertainment, hospitality (given as alms
or social obligation): foighi (gl. epulum, epulae) Ir. Gl. 815 .
foighdhe ` quarters, lodging or entertainment for stranger
or guest ' P.O'C. díothadh (ón fhoighdhe) IGT, Introd. §
49 (cf. díthat). cūic la dēc in sodsnadma (sic) ┐ cūicidh in
65foighde (of rights of free quarters and victuals), Laws ii
30.10 Comm. atat .iii. fesa do rig, a fuirired a faigthe a
dligid ... a faigdi o doroimle a fuirired, O'C. 805 (< H 3.18,
373a ). ar nā taidled fer ... a thechsom do aigidecht nó ḟ. ¤
LL 117a45 . ainm an ḟir tug foighdhe nó aoidheacht uaidh
70`free entertainment' Keat. i p. 172 . co tánic gilla ríg M.
ar búannacht da tig-si ... Tucad in chét-bargen ... i fiadnaisi
in gillai conduaid, uair ní fitir in challech nach do ḟoigdi
chena tánic in gilla, Ériu i 132z ( LL 46b ). a faide fri doma-
taid ┐ a gaire fri sendataid (duties towards a fostermother),
75 Laws ii 348.11 Comm. (= faighdi v 96.26 Comm .). fās
faigde iv 344.5 (= a barren hope i.e. one from whom it is
vain to solicit alms or entertainment? Expl.: .i. fer ro
creca a déis ┐ a ferann ┐ a selb ... ┐ is fas dno, cia foighe,
mana gata, no mana creca a enech ... is fas do dno, a faithche
80fria galar ┐ a repaidh mana tabra nech ní do ar Dia 352.11 ).
nach fuil ni ar bith agad fein acht iasacht ┐ faighdhi (rendering
quia nihil habes quod non accepisti), Instructio 140y .
Late spellings: tainic aíghe uasal do tigh D. co ndernad
fóidhi dó, Lism.L. 1251 . an tan tangadar boicht Dé
85dh'iarraidh foide air ┐ gan ní 'na laimh lea riarfadh iad
BNnÉ 162 § 26 . an lucht senma | nar an ag Caoimgin
ré fóigh (: cóir) who did not stay for hospitality 150 § xvii 10 .
triallait [na boicht] imtheacht ┐ gan anmhain re fóigh
(: dóigh) 149 § xv 10 . fuaras foighe ó nár bhuidheach
m'inntinn, Tribes of Irel. 42.14 .
5 Cf. alltánach oirc ... mír fáighdhe fuair, Ir. Texts i 27 § 16 .