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foiltín n m. (dim. of folt) a hair: fuiltín (gl. pilus), Ir. Gl.
463 (Stokes emends: foiltnín q.v.).

foiltne : x see foltne.

foiltnín n m. a hair: foiltnin (gl. capillus) Ir. Gl. 464 . Cf.
5 foltne.

foimdib : x O'Dav. 883 , see under foimtiu.

foimdin : x see foimtiu.

foimditiu n n,f. (vn. from *fo-imb-di-em-, cf. imditiu) guarding;
taking charge of (under, or in place of another ?): in fil
10banceli lat ... ar fomditin do threib dit ēisi? LU 10319 =
ar foimdidin de trepe ZCP iii 237.3 .

foimelt : x see fomeilt.

fo-immart v pret. 3 s. prob. = do-immart with the confusion of
preverbs common in certain LL texts (see Ériu xiv 129 ):
15 luid G. fo deired na slúag ... fosrimmart i ngonaib ┐ i cro-
buillib báis ` pressed them together' RC xiv 414 ( LL 109b25 ).
pl. barimmartatarsidi inlach eter chuiced Ulad imm a
raind i tri `they excited a quarrel' LL 261b43 ( MU² 18 ).

foimnidi (verb. necess. of fo-moinethar) that must be guarded
20against: is f. ¤ duitsiu ... na dechais thou shouldst beware
of going
Trip. 42.19 (456) = Lat. Lives 5 . Cf. foimti.

foim(m)rimm n n, (cf. immrimm). (a) wandering (over or
about
) (?): fri more f. ¤ (`auf Befahren des Meeres', Wind.)
IT ii 182 . Cf. trí foimmrimme Triads 163 (.i. imthechta
25amhuil ar marcuighecht p. 40 , gl. from H 1.15 ). See below.
(b) in Laws, the act of using: especially of using articles
without due authorization from the owner, thereby incurr-
ing a fine: f. ¤ eich buada (.i. fiach foimrime ann) Laws i 230z
(234.5) . i n-imrim do eich ... .i. fiach foimrime set aine
30 168.11 Comm . cach baili i fuil imrim sund is fiach foimrime
`wherever there is use [riding ?] there is a fine for [? unautho-
rized] use
' [ = wherever riding is mentioned here it is (a case
of) fine for use] 168.9 Comm . mása f. ¤ sét dorined and,
is fiach foimrime iii 146.11 . dia cinntiur cin foimrim na
35ngeall so ┐ dia ndéntur a foimrim `that these pledges are not
to be used
' i 280.3 Comm . dia comhuirléctur don ti nosbeir
i [ = a] foimrim, is slán dó munub forcruigh ngnímha ib.
7 Comm . (of a boat:) acht na ructar for anfuth i n-ecmais;
┐ da ructar is fiach foimrime ann iii 212.8 Comm . trí foim-
40rimme ná dlegad díre: homan, robud, toxal ` usucaptions '
Triads 163 .
In follg. exx. the sense is doubtful: (of women:) fóille
foimrime `slow (? subtle-witted) to make use of things' Tec.
Corm. § 16.35 .
45 Cf. bē foimrimme `a vagrant (?) woman' BCrólige § 32 ;
p. 64 ff.

foimmrimmid v (foimmrimm) makes excessive (surreptitious ?)
use: ma dia foimrime, is fiach foimrime, Laws v 446.12
Comm.

50 foimse adj io-iā (cf. comse). fitting, suitable: do breith claideb
a athar dó ┐ a ḟornosc ... Foimsi dó imalle ZCP viii 311.20 .
See fomais.

foimsech adj o-ā (fomus) calculating, scheming (?): nipsa f. ¤
LL 343d51 = Tec. Corm. p. 17 n. 11 (faemseach v.l.). foim-
55sech .i. frithoil, O'C. 1298 ( H 3.18 p. 539 ).

foimsid n i (cf. fo-midethar) estimater, judge (?): a Iob it f. ¤
fri síd | a choimsid for slóg nDuíd SR 6969 ( 2 Reg. 17 - 18 ).

foimsige n iā,f. accuracy in calculating or estimating, sureness
of aim (?): a quality of Cú Chulainn: ní faigbistar fer and
60conmestar ... a foraim a fómsige LU 8451 ( FB 80 = foimsige,
Eg.). fer rosasad ... a ḟoraim ┐ a ḟoimsigi [ = fómsigi LU
4847 ] TBC² 358 = a forom ┐ a amus ┐ a ammsigi TBC 856 ,
a foimsin St. Cf. next.

foimsiu n n,f. (a vn. formation from fo-mid-, cf. ermaissiu)
65 calculating (beforehand), taking due measure or precautions (?):
co ndigsed iar foimsin [foroimsin MS.] fír | d[ḟ]orḟaicsin
sluaig Felistin SR 5623 . a foraimh a foimsin (qualities
of Cú Chulainn) TBC 856 v.l. (St) = fómsigi LU 4847 .

foimte adj io-iā (cf. fo-moinethar) on the look-out (for), prepared,
70 in readiness (for): na nói ngrad ... biait foimti frit airitein
SR 840 (= beid foimdi friatt airmhidhin 24 P 27, 17 ). For
foimte TBC² 2784 see fo-midethar.

foimtenaigid v (cf. foimtiu) takes heed, is on one's guard (?):
2 s. ipv. eimide ... .i. foimdenaig no urfoichli, Laws iv
7534.15 Comm. Also foimtenid: eime .i. foimdenedh sium
na seoit ro sainigedh aicce do dilsi, O'C. 577 ( H 3.18
p. 287 ).

foim(m)thecht n ā,f. gait; walking: corab gasta a fochéim
┐ a foimmthecht na hinghene, Aisl. MC 97.17 . oc foimthecht
80┐ oc siubal, Laud 610 f. 21b .

foimti (verb. necess. of fo-moinethar) to be heeded, guarded
against: a dō ata foimdi ... .i. ferc ┐ altes ZCP iii 451.3 .
Cf. LU 3039 cited under foimtiu.

foimtiu n n,f. (vn. of fo-moinethar) Later n s. foimtin (-din),
85 Aen. 2589 ( BB 477b42 ) etc. Being in readiness for, antici-
pating, being on one's guard against: do foimtin (gl. ad
cavendum) Ml 43a16 . foimhdin .i. oirchill, O'Cl. Usually
with obj. gen.: condid tacair a f. ¤ so that it is meet to beware
of them
Wb 31b19 . ar fomtin ... ┐ ar imgabáil remlatrad
LU 2611 ( RC xxv 242 : `for precaution and ... avoidance
5of presumption
'). ēc ┐ sentai is ferr bied [bid v.l.] do cēin
a foimti [foimdiu v.l.] it is better to be prepared for death
and old age long beforehand
ZCP iii 454.10 . ni fil isin tig
nád beth inna foimtin (foditin LU) there is no one ... who
would not be on his guard against them
BDD 130 . co mbitis
10'na airitin ┐ 'na foimtin (of a monster) ACC 60 Comm.
atat ... cóic duailche conemthiagat in aíne in ḟóimtin [ina
foimdin, LFl. 21v (23)a ] = five vices ... are to be guarded
against PH 8386 . nocho beo fri foimtein Ulad | a holl-
chuiciud Branduib ..., Ériu vi 122 . fri foimtin terci as a
15precaution against scarcity
Mon. Tall. § 12 = Rule of T.
70 § 25 . fria fómtin imbualta in expectation of a battle
Aisl. MC 87.16 . robdar cairdi a eccraite friss gó sin co na
baoí hi foimhdin coccadh FM v 1766.13 . ro bhaoí ... i
ttuile a aoise fri foimhdin imnigh in the prime of life for
20facing trouble
vi 1988.9 . ro líonta ... do ṡaoraibh i ffoimhdin
toghla an bhaile in readiness for (`for the purpose of')
razing the castle 1980.12 . go ffoimhdin ḟoidhergtha biath-
aidh, Ériu xiii 15.19 . fomtiu do chāch crād meic Dé (= all
must beware of
. Leg. foimti ?) LU 3039 ( SG 235.37 ). asbert
25in liaig ... co mbeth i fomtin .i. ar nā tísad ... that he should
be on his guard lest ...
Death-tales 8 § 10 . ? cis dúar dían
drongaighther i bfaobhraibh foimhdin ? Ériu xiii 26.2 =
O'Dav. 883 (foimdib).
With extension of meaning: doberthar duit ... om
30des-sea foimdin fir-chalma fon ferand `a truly brave recep-
tion
' (i.e. resistance) Aen. 2589 . emuncoll ... is ar .x. ata
.i. for foimdin na focul ngrecda no laitinda do thabairt
isin nGaidelg (i.e. to provide for transliterating Greek or
Latin words), Auraic. 1370 (one would expect FRI here as in
35 Mon. Tall. § 12 above). Cf. also: ben adguid aitiri De
... i fomatu a cuirp (.i. ben guides aitiri eclaisi ... i foimtin
a cuirp), Laws v 272.9 (274. x Comm.) = i fomataid O'Dav.
913 ; (`who tempts ... with the offer of her body' in antici-
pation
i.e. with the understanding, on condition, of the sur-
40render of her body
?). See fomatu.