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foillsigud n u,m. (vn. of foillsigid) foillseachadh, faillsechadh
IGT III § 106 . Revealing, manifesting, making known;
85 demonstrating, setting forth: hua fóilsigud (gl. expositio)
Ml 78b7 . failsigud (gl. argumentum) 36b16 . foilsigud 131a1 ,
d9 (gl. id.). Sg 197b10 (gl. demonstratio). foilsigud rúun
Wb 12d44 . do ... ḟoilsiguth inne to manifest quality Sg
28b18 . do ḟoilsigud a folaid 211a9 . locc rélto et foilsichtho
Wb 12d15 . do línad ind ḟoilsigthe to perfect the demons-
5tration
Sg 211a8 . is i foilsigud frecṅdairc asagnintar in
`ego' ┐ `tu' it is in present demonstration it (the gender)
is recognised in `ego' etc.
197b4 . co techtfat cuirp na
martíri nóem intib ... ... fulliuchta ... do falsigud a mbuada
that the bodies of the holy martyrs shall carry marks ... to
10make manifest their triumph
LU 2568 ( RC xxv 240 ). dogēnsa
... a ḟollsigud dond ríg I shall explain it (of interpreting
a sign) LU 199 . cena falsigud o briathraib without its mani-
festation in speech
2665 . is foillsiugud fertae `it is a mani-
festation of miracles
' Fél. Ep. 205 (descr. of the Félire).
15 f. ¤ mór Michéil manifestation May 9 . dia foillsechad dib
amail is dir dib ascnam ... D iv 2, 41 (39)vb27 . ar foill-
siugud cach cet[h]ra da fuil cēd agun briugaid, Laws v
76.16 Comm. seóit Cluana M.N. do foillsechad (= dfoill-
siughadh FM 1130 ) ar Gallaib L. (i.e. were discovered in
20the possession of) RC xviii 53.12 . ní féadtar ... foillsiughadh
do dhéanamh ar na sochraibh síordhaidhe, TSh. 10990 .
baile fallsigthe éicsi `a place of revelation of science' RC
xxvi 8 . ced riasiu ... tisad Patraic robatar adamra di
foillsidib (= foillsigthib) Laws i 24.10 . Cf. seachain foill-
25sighthi phroisemhla beathad na ndaoine ele (translates:
cave alienae conversationis esse ... curiosus explorator) Instructio
133.8 .

foilm : n acc. to Plummer, Ériu x 125 , a contraction of foléim,
following up or prosecuting (a claim): ma ar f. ¤ ice do rochtain
30eneclainni ┐ diablaid by advancing a claim for payment (?)
Laws v 184.2 Comm. (= foilim, O'D. 354 < H 3.17, 271 ). nír
élaid in fethem foilm íce SM Facs. 54a Comm. ( O'D. 1172 ).

foilme n iā,f. (folam) an ḟoilmhe , an ḟailme IGT iv 119 .
emptiness, want: o fuilme an gaili from an empty stomach
35 23 P 10³, 15b3 . o foilme in gaili, Ros. Angl. 90.15 . budh
lór foilmhe an ríogh ón roinn IGT iv ex. 1049 . dúsgaidh
foilmhe fuath gcarad, O'Gr. Cat. 532.2 . reimhrsi ... gan
foilmhe, Ó'Bruad. iii 214 . clocha na foilmhe `the stones
of emptiness
' Isa. xxxiv 11 .

40 foilmech : x see foilmnech.

foilmen n an old or threadbare cloak or garment (?): f. ¤ .i. nomen
do aithli bruit, quasi folumman, Corm. Y 590 = foloman no
folman LB ( Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 ). f. ¤ .i. drochbhrat, O'Cl. (Cf.
folumain .i. drochbhrat ib.). ni sain foilmean (.i. droch-
45bhrat no ceirt) is brothruch, Hard. ii 298.7 .

foilmer, -mir adj slippery hence unreliable, flighty, feather-
brained (?) 'slimy': amal eirges nathair oilmir (oilmer v.l.)
TTebe 1426 . foilmer .i. fer bhios ag [fo deleted here] léim ar
nech go fo ... [MS torn] ag breith a séd uadh, H 5.30, 8 . me
50Moling ... ram gresacht nidam f. ¤ , Anecd. ii 21 § 11 . cach
f. ¤ .i. bis og lēim fai (a class of persons incapable of acting
as witnesses; the gl. is etym.), O'C. 2601 (< Eg. 88 fo.
51 (52)b ). By Plummer, Ériu x 125 connected with foléim,
but see V. Hull ZCP xxi 331 ff .
55See follg.

foilmire n f. (foilmer) ` stumbling ' Plummer, Ériu x 125 (con-
necting it with foilmnech, but cf. ZCP xxi 331 ): inna
dorche ┐ ind foilmire (gl. duplici impedimento, referring
to Ps. xxxiv 6 : fiat via illorum tenebrae et lubricum) Ml
60 54b20 ; ` vacillation ' Thes.
See prec.

foilmnech adj o-ā (cf. foléimm and foilngid) given to leaping
up at (?) hence vicious (of dogs): cú foilm[n]ech Triads
169 . ma[d] cú foilm[n]ech bid urfogra cluic ... fo a bragait
65... at cluinfither ... in tan ticfa do denam fogla, O'Dav.
471 (perh. the MS. reading foilmech is right in both cases.
Cf. foléimech). taeb fri coin fholmnig, Aisl. MC 73.4 .
gen chon ḟoilmnich (foilmnig, foilmig, foleim-
nigh, foleimnighe v.l.) Triads 91 (expl.: foileimnighe .i. chum do
70gerrtha .i. iar leigion sealga uaithe p. 38 ).

foilngid, foilgid n i,m. (nomen actoris of fo-ling, see Plummer,
Ériu x 124 , and Stokes on O'Dav. 471 ): a springer, one
who leaps or attacks , epithet of a vicious dog: tri coin fogla
fomnaiter [sic leg.] foilngid, cu con, cu loirgi, O'Don. 2226
75( Nero A 7, 152b ), cited Ériu x 124 . foilngit [.i.] cu doni
foileim `the springing dog' Laws iii 414.25 (Comm. on above
passage). lanfiach a cet-cinaid in foilgeda ib. x Comm .
Cf. greim cinad gabus in foilgidh do ` spring ' ib. y Comm .
Cf. aithgin on foilinn ina cedcin, O'C. 2512 (< Eg. 88, 42 ).

80 foiltchep : x see foltchip.

foilte, foiltige ? n abstr.: ata tra di fhoiltigi cumachta in
Coimdhed co bhfuil cetheora dealbai fichet for sil nAdhaimh
` versatility (?)' Ériu ii 128 § 97 . ata di foilte a cumachta,
cia no labhraitis a bhfil do ainglib ... ┐ do doinib ... ┐ milaib
85... fri Dia ┐ cid sain bérla no labhrad cech ae, ... ba sodaing
do Dhia taithesc do cech duil diib inna berlu shaindilius ┐
inna aicned fadesin ind oenuair, 142 § 156 .