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2 folaid n in: fér f. ¤ (fola): ma[d] fēr foraill asrenar and ...
ma[d] fēr f. ¤ , no fēr samla icar a caiche a reir na comaichid
80`if it be one kind of grass that is paid for another ... whether
it be hidden grass or coarse grass, let the fines be paid
', etc.
Laws iv 94.11 (fér f. ¤ fér s. real grass, token grass ? The
transl. implies f. ¤ folaig (see folach), but the word may be
the old gs. of folud, q.v., Cf. fér fo araill .i. fér diguin;
85fér folad .i. ni bi diguin acht folath feor; ... fér samlad
folad .i. cosmail fri folaith ... maith leis a fola fadeisin ┐
a log ... a rer na comaithech, O'C. 843 ( H 3.18, 384a ).
fer f. ¤ .i. na caille .f. samla .i. na móna ib. O'C. 24 . Of cattle
trespasses on pasture: berthar comaighthech innraic do
mes na fogla ┐ foferthar fēr fola [i] riaraib na comaighthech
5tar a eisi. ma[d] fér fola a fola la fear nodanoirg [sic leg.]
┐ fér uaid ... besa fíu in fēr n-oirges Laws iv 146.11 Comm. i fer
folo .i. fér na caille nó na hathbuaile no mad fér athlompaire,
O'Dav. 964 .
Cf. gort folidh (name of a metre) IT iii 101 § 182 .

10 folaidecht n ā,f. lineage, descent: ger uasal o folaidhect
é BCC § 63 . d'ecla a n-uaisli ┐ a f. ¤ do dul a mbathadh § 333 .
ag maoidheamh a uaisleachta ┐ a fholaidheachta féin,
TSh. 10717 . ar an bhfolaidheacht ór fhás féin 10712 .
créad as nach doghéanadaois cleamhnas le huaislibh Éireann,
15acht munab do dhímheas ar a bhfoluigheacht [bhfoluidh-
iocht v.l.] féin `from disesteem for their own obscurity'
(descent ?) Keat. i p. 34 .

folaig n (d a s. of fol ?): arsised ... a cos Maile duin ḟor folaig
n-athloisc[th]e na hecailsi `scorched ruin ' RC ix 458.4 .
20corresp. to the metrical: os olaig [folaig v.l.] gairb, Anecd.
i 52 § 13 . is lesc lem beith cen amus | ┐ rocharus m'ḟolaig
(: domain) LL 149a34 = m'folaid . Hib. Min. 83 . Cf. ula,
ila, eala (= ailad, Contribb.) IGT, Decl. § 4 , of which the
d s. olaidh is marked lochtach ex. 283 . Cf. dubithir leth
25dubfolach cechtarde a da bruad LU 9273 (= Anecd. iii
50.16 ). LU 10226 .

folaigecht : x see folaidecht.

folaigthech adj o-ā hidden, secret: tech dorcha don fidh ḟolaigh-
tech a cind na conaire, Ériu iii 164 § 20 . pecadh folaightech
30 BCC § 145 . ar mbeith dhi i ngrádh folaightheach ré C.,
Keat. iii 3533 . cuiris M. go folaigtech duine ... dochum
na coilledh BNnÉ 230 § 138 . ata in ghlóir dhímhain co
folaightheach ina chroidhi (= in corde latitans) Instructio
142.20 .

35 folaimm n ... triallsat f. ¤ fair | for Forainn SR 325 (corresp.
to: rotriallsat marbud in rig LB 115b22 ). Gwynn ( Hermathena
1931, 7 ) compares is solam fair Ml 38d1 , where
Ascoli reads folam (the initial letter of the word is obscure
in the MS., to judge by Best's Facsimile). For: ocon
40dolaim-sin, Met. Dinds. ii 4 , the editor proposes in v the
emendation: ocond ḟolaimm sin `at this forcible entry.'
Cf. foléimm.

foláir, -em : x see fuláir, -em.

foláirid : x see furáilid and ar-áili.

45 1 folam, falam adj o-ā (see folomm, and Ériu xiii 191 ) faulom,
Hib. Min. 66.34 . (a) empty; often of uninhabited, derelict
or desolate places: aithles fás falam LL 262b35 ( MU² 132 ).
áite folmha KMMiscell. 350 . folamh anocht Dún Chearma
ib. falum aníu Raith Aine, Acall. 3094 . in uair fuaratar
50na hadnocuil ḟalma LB 225a1 . tighe falmha TD 26.49 .
fágaibh do longa falmha leave thy ships empty ML 50.18
( ML² 751 ). do teithedur na sluaigh la huaman Sir G. ┐
do fāgadh in faidhchi folum fai ZCP vi 31.2 . iomlánachadh
in líne do leisce a bheith folamh a filling up of the line, for
55loathing of its being empty
Duan. F. ii 368y . ardḟuaim an
tsrotha ḟolaimh ` shallow ' Content. xviii 168 . a mbeith
folamh on grádh empty of love (= se caritate esse uacuas)
Instructio 129.7 . Of land, vacant, unoccupied: an ferand
... ni folam fōs, Ériu xii 144 § 5 .
60(b) unproductive, barren: biaidh doibh 's ni bhá falumh |
talam cona thorad, Lism.L. 4707 . iomdha folamh dár
bhfiodhbhaidh, PBocht 1 § 7 . ithir fíorfholamh 19 § 26 .
gnáth folamh síol na sligheadh 12 § 3 . ní thig a cnaei
ḟolaim omna IGT III ex. 224 . diasa fása is fiodhbhadh
65ḟolamh, DDána p. 378.1 . coillte folbha, Rel. Celt. ii
238.10 (leg. falmha). Cf. bheith folamh ní ceilte ar
chrodh | 's teirce i dtoradh na talmhan, Cl. AB 263 .
(c) Of persons destitute: mar fríoth falamh mé TD
22.16 . ní ferrde a bheith soilbhir | má chluintear a bheith
70folamh if he has the reputation of being indigent O'Gr. Cat.
532.16 . do chuirfeá ar siubhal ... mé folamh, Gen. xxxi 42 .
meisi folamh ... 's dáoine dáora .. ag agháil ionmhuis,
Studies 1919, 72 . folamh an chnis gan an chloinn, KM.
Miscell. 354 .
75(d) fig. empty, vain, worthless: truaill fhallsa fholamh...
na colna, TSh. 2094 . ní ar chuaird ḟolaimh `on no bootless
visit
Content. xxix 12 . ar mealladh le mnáibh ... do
ghoimh an ghrádha folaimh, Gadelica i 241.88 . duine
utmall folamh = vaga et vacua Instructio 130.13 . do chonn-
80cas damh fos gach ni talmhanda do bheith brisc folamh
diomhain = vacua et caduca 110.8 . na denad comharthadha
iomdha oir foillsighidh sin na mna do bheith folamh
= quia hoc est indicium vacue monialis et lingose 138.17 .
Cf. bean ḟalamh (ḟolamh) IGT, Decl. § 116 . ni folamh
85 LL 394.49 (chev.).

2 folam adj ready (?): folum .i. ullamh, ut est fri faentacha
folma .i. faena urlama ar cinn caich, O'Dav. 851 . noch
be f. ¤ aurlam and that thou wilt be ready and prepared Bürgsch.
29 § 77 . Cf. f. ¤ .i. fo laim, O'Mulc. 571 . Phil. Soc. 1859,
211 (< H 3.18, 81b ).
5Perhaps same word as prec.; ` ready ' in the sense of
being `unoccupied.' Or possibly this sense has brought
about the replacement of folomm by folamh.