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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 .

1 foigdech adj o-ā (foigde) a supplicant, beggar: ba hirchuitbed
fri f. ¤ mocking a beggar Aisl. MC 71.21 . airchisecht fri faig-
dech, Triads 83 = aerchuidmeadh fri foigeach BB 66b37 .
Cf. failgeach (gl. egenus) Ir. Gl. 631 (leg. faigdeach?).

10 2 foigdech n some kind of plant used as fodder? o robo lóeg
bec ni dechaid fráech no f. ¤ inna beolu LU 8123 ( FB 9 ).
foigdeach .i. aitend furze O'C. 1321 (< H 3.18, 607b ) gloss
ad loc.

foigge ? x fri f. ¤ fungairi, ZCP ix 450.11 (Baile Bricín).

15 foigle: n d s. amrubart brēc co foigli | frit fēin, frit mnaí
co[n]dailbi SR 1869 .

foigred n u,m. (late vn. of fo-geir? Cf. foibred) heating,
burnishing : (fig. ) an tí ḟuair ḟaighreadh | ó ghaibhneadh
chruaidh trí dtairngeadh, DDána 61.4 . ni thugsam dhoibh
20... | foighredh a ngaoidhilg grianaigh, O'Hussey T.C. 3 .
Cf. a snuadh ar coinnlibh an chinn | go bhfoighridh druadh
ón dílinn [leg. coinnleadh: bhfoighreadh?], Ir. Monthly
1927, 190 (cf. DDána 78.8 ). g s. in: fír fogerrta , Laws
v 456.23 , 470.45 (the ordeal by boiling water, also called
25`coire fír' IT iii 191 , where it is described). fir fogearrta
.i. in caire fira. Laws v 472.22 . fir fogerrtha .i. ... in fir deighgerras
nech, O'Dav. 416 , shows that the word was connected by
the glossator with gerraid cuts. ? pl. do indail in Tighearna
sibh[s]i ona fhuil ┐ ona fhoigeartaibh rogheara, Instructio
30 216.12 (cf. first cit. above).

foigren: n see s.v. fográin (F 239.40).

1 foil (fail) n k, f. enclosure, shelter (for animals); lair;
esp. pigsty: fail (óir ┐ na muice) IGT, Decl. 193 . muccḟ. ¤
(gl. stabulum porcorum) Sg 26a1 . mucḟoil, Críth G. 156 ;
194 . g s. mucḟolach 245 . teach dia ndentar f. ¤ muc, Laws
35 v 162.20 . botheach f. ¤ muc ┐ lias caerach 514y Comm .
a foil do iadad for mucaib, a lias for caīrib, Laws ii 118.8
Comm. (of distraint of domestic animals). ina muca i feis
i f. ¤ a n-aidche iv 96.25 . āin muc 'na falaib [leg. falaig?]
`driving pigs into their styes' v 136.9 . cráin is í ar a falaigh
40féin IGT, Decl. ex. 2146 . f. ¤ .i. tech, ut est gaibid f. ¤ foesam,
O Dav. 999 . ar faindelod cin f. ¤ .i. cen tech 823 . foir .i.
ainm d' [ḟ]oil muice 1010 . co frítha ina failgib lairs (of
wild pigs) Met. Dinds. iii 384 . fail neir a boar's lair Bodl.
Corm s.v. ner ( Y 968 ) = fáil nér LB (foll IT iii 49 . fell ib.
45 98 ). ba coll falach leomain (of a dangerous enterprise),
Cog. 163n ? fri fail mīl móir, O'Mulc. 107 ( BCrólige
§ 25 n .).

2 foil, n ring: see fail.

fóil, -e, x see fóill, -e.

50 foilc adj wet, rainy (= g s. of folc?): (a thing prohibited to the
King of Mumu:) feis aidhchi foilcc foghamhair ria ngeim
il-Leitrechaibh `to feast by night in the beginning of harvest
before Geim in L.
' BR 4.10 ., 16.15 . i n-aimsir f. ¤ , TTr.²
1695 . ceatha failci fliucha IGT, Decl. ex. 65 .
55See folc.

foilches n m. and f. (cf. fo-luigi) foilcheas failcheas, foilgheas,
failgheas (m., g s. -is,-easa) IGT, Decl. § 28 , 38 p. 88 ; foilches,
etc. (f. g s. -ise) § 12 .
Hiding, concealment ; a thing hidden, a secret: eol damh
60deich ffoilchis ag Fionn | do ṡédaibh, Duan. F. i 16.26 .
deich seóid gacha foilchise ib. 27 . an toircheas ... tarla
'n-a ḟoilcheas aice she kept secret A. Ó Dálaigh li 14 . as
í an ḟoilches eisinill ... an toirches taisighim perilous secret
IGT, Decl. ex. 506 . má tá aon ḟoilcheas agaibh le nochtadh,
65 Content. x 30 . bíodh nach foilcheas an fissin though it is
no secret
TD 15.2 . foilgheas ealadhan `recondite poetry'
32.2 . Esp. in phrase: atá i n-a ḟ. ¤ (atá a ḟ. ¤ ) ar ... it is hidden
from ..., ... is ignorant of: 'na bhfoilcheas ort má táid sin,
Content. vi 232 . is iomdha ní ... nach biadh 'na ḟ. ¤ orainn
70(= quae non laterent) Keat. ii 6173 . Dia ... ar nach bhfuil
aoinnidh ina ḟ. ¤ , Eochairsgiath 75.7 . tar gach bhf. ¤ dá bhfuil
oirne, A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 23 . ar shíl nEoghain ... ná bíodh
t'fh. ¤ `conceal nothing' Studies 1919, 439 (= le clainn ...
na bi toilcheas, Luc. Fid. 390 ). In concrete sense: tochlaid
75in fhalcus `excavates the hiding-place' SG 67.14 (but cf.
do thochladar failchis, Jerem. xviii 22 , cited under fairthis).

foilchesta n f. pl., generic term for the composite Ogham letters
qu, ng, sr: tri foilcheasta inn oghaim .i. ceirt ┐ gedal ┐
straiph, Auraic. 439 . tri foilcesta 2878 . teora foillcesta na
80formcesta (cf. teora foirmcestu no imcesta 4359 ) 2902 .
fuilcesta 2893 . na teora foilcheasda oghuim IGT, Introd. § 1 .

foilcid: x see folcaid.

foiléim, -ech x see foléim(m), -ech.

foilenmain n f. (vn. of fo-len) (a) following, pursuing (with
85obj. gen.): ag foilenmhain na loingsi, Fl. Earls 12.9 .
(b) persecuting (with FOR): ag ingreim ┐ ag f. ¤ for Críst,
Fl. Earls 212.2 . a Sháuil, ... creud fá ndeuna inghréim no
foileanmhain orm? Eochairsgiath 64.18 .