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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.

foínblegon (vn. of fo-inmlig) humoring (?): fáoinbhleoghan
.i. ceannsacht, O'Cl. P.O'C. (who adds: ` mildness, gentle-
ness, coaxing , in allusion to the manner of milking a cow').
ferr a flescad a fóenblegon `better to whip them than to
45humor them
' (of women) Tec. Corm. § 16.106 (cited as ex.
of bleoghan .i. cennsughadh, O'C. 1463 ( H 3.18, 650b ).

fo-indarban v (ben-) subjects (?): sec. fut. pass. deacht athar
... ní foindarpaide fo doinacht ma[i]cc Ml 26a (1 gl. on: omnia
subjecta sunt ei ... praeter eum qui subiecit omnia).

50 fo-indarlid v 3 s. perf. gl. subintravit Wb 3a6 . A compd. of
luid `went' formed to represent the Lat. word.

foíndel n o,m. (earlier n. ?) (vn. of fo-indlea) (a) wandering,
roving: foindel inna mbiasta (pervagatio bestiarum) Ml 121d8 .
tri foíndil drochbanais, foíndil scél ┐ ataid ┐ airberntais (opp.
55to trí fostai dagbanais) Triads 181 . batar na Desi for
fainnel as cach inud na chéli LU 4432 . for fainiul a l-luc
i l-luc 249 (= for faenduil [leg. faendiul], Todd Nenn. 104 ;
for faíníul BB 211b15 ). a ṁbeith for faeindel as cach inadh
i n-arailiu, Cóir Anm. § 169 . for foendiul ┐ sechrán PH
60 1909 . for faennell ┐ udmailli sair siar YBL 168b32 . ata
in catt geal oc dul for foendhel uam LB 164b marg. inf.
an dand mbis a foindel inda menmain ... fri mimradud
when the thoughts are straying towards ill meditations Mon.
Tall. § 62 . ara faoendel sin indda menman ib. g s. as attrib. :
65 in cu faeindil `the straying dog' Laws iii 412.24 = taidcu
faendil (.i. in gataide) `a runaway thief' v 318.14 = taidcu
foindil iv 184.15 . acht nib[i]foil faendil .i. ... ar faindelod
cen foil .i. cen tech, O'Dav. 823 . Cf. do chlaideb féin
fáindil | tescfas dít do chend `thine own errant sword' Met.
70Dinds. iii 154 . rofesar rupu tria foindel caich laithiu ZCP
xii 361.26 .
foendul feb (chev.) SR 1887 .
(b) in Laws, of vagrancy of those who have absconded
to evade lawful duties: ? ni faol feidm foirne fainnel fas
75 an empty stray will not endure the stress of a crew (?) iv
384.32 (a fig. description of a person without property).
Cf. im cina in fir fine bīs ar in faoneola ... im cina in tí
innliter ar faoneolo isin tuaith i 248.23 , 28 Comm . don
mac bis ar fannelo on athair gin a gaire do denam (i.e. who
80absconds to evade maintaining his father) ii 24.5 Comm .
(cf. dia mhac faonladh gin a gaire, ib. 10 ). don tí bis ar
faonelo gin tochus iv 386.2 . dligid faindel [faoindel v.l.]
furfocra, Anecd. iii 14 . Hence of vagrancy of outlaws:
beith ar faoindeal ┐ ar fogra FM v 1640.8 . ar fócra ┐ ar
85faoinnel vi 1972y . Cf. slān na hurraid do lesugadh ... mana
raibh fis faenail nō urfōgra, O'C. 2549 ( Eg. 88, 46a , b ) f. ¤
flaithemnais uncertainty of lordship (?): ni fil a[i]rcsiu nā
aititiu eter brathraib nā finib fri faenel flaithemhnais, fri
altram n-oetedh, fri forcetal dāna ZCP xii 365.4 .
(c) in Laws, of removing distrained cattle to a wrong
5pound : doslí fuínniul foruis fiach gaiti Laws ii 78.19 . ised is
fuinneal foruis ani robu dir do breith re forus budein do
breith re forus dona seacht foirsibh ... ib. y . fiach ... ar
in ti rucustur in athghabáil ar foeniul on forus no on arus-so
cusin arus eile ib. 22 Comm .
10(d) of the aimless and erratic movements of a `geilt'
or lunatic, almost = panic, frenzy: faoinnel et fainneal
` madness, distraction ' P.O'C. fáoinell [fuinneall no fain-
neall v.l.] is ainm do oinmhid, Met. Gl. Ff. 74 (prob. a
corruption of Cormac Y 668 etc. cited s.v. foíndledach (c)).
15 co ro-líon dásacht ┐ fáoinnel ┐ fúalang ┐ foluamain, Buile
S. § 11 . ro línad ... d'faennell ┐ d'folumain MR 232 . co
ttucsat-sidhe misi ar fáoineal ┐ ar foluamhain, Buile S. §
48 . dul ar faíghneall nó ar foluamhain, Ériu i 92.2 . im-
luadid i fhoendel he! PH 2210 . lotar hi faindeal ┐ i ngealt-
20acht as in cath FM 718 . In: tancatar faennella fualaing
faí-side `fits of giddiness' MR 230.11 = fainnealla LL 409a1 ,
there may be a compd of fáen and néll.
Cf. atchiu chruth inn ḟoendelaich | nóe cind leis i foen-
delaib TBC 2763 (`in Streifzügen').