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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.

3 folam ind Ml 38d1 (Ascoli's reading; solam, Thes.): see
folaimm.

10 ? folama : ind crech folamha la Connachta `a secret depred-
ation
AU 984 = crech fo a la modh `a depredation ... in
retaliation
' FM 984 (C iii 3: -odh on an erasure).

1 folámach n o,m. A compd. of lámach `casting (missiles),
shooting
' ? perhaps mishandling, maltreating: a nderna
15ar cinn chamhárach | a gcinn Eamhna d'ḟolámhach IGT,
Decl. ex. 1195 . i gcuibhreach ... cuirthear Íosa an adhaigh-
se; | bás uain Mhoire ar n-a mhárach | roimhe fuair an
falámhach, Dán Dé xx 16 ; she had long before received
warning of it
(?) transl., but subj. of vb. seems to be `uan
20M.' muna fhionnmhais ocht n-álaidh | ort i n-iongmais
fhalámhaigh (addressed to the body) xi 4 .

? 2 folámach n ā,f. Cas Corach is Fer maissi | marbsat dā
én iṅgaissi, | romarb Cailte, is ceird lamaig, | in trés én
í folámaig, Acall. 7070 (i folamaigh, Fr.); from the context
25apparently ` by a cast, by shooting .'

folamail adj i (fuil `blood') bloody, sanguinary: íodhbairt
... neamhḟolamhail (of the Mass), Eochairsgiath 24.9 . a
bhrúid fholamhail (= cruenta bestia) TSh. 7791 . lé feil-
bheartaibh folamhla, Keat. iii 5595 .

30 fo-lamas- v : see next.

fo-lámathar v (-láimethar ? Cf. ro laimethar) I Attempts,
is about to: folamadar [Patraic] congbail i nArd P. fris-
tudchaid do as D., Trip. 208.4 (folamatair 2433 ). fola-
mastar fedlegud hi toeb C. ... ┐ ni relged dó 200.21 (folá-
35mastar, 2356 ). folamustar P. congbail oc Áth M. 78.11
(.i. ro sandtaigestar, Arch. iii 20 ). fólóimetár a béim they
essay to smite him
LU 7678 ( BDD 126 ; foloimetar, foloim-
metar, folaimtis v.l.). ata lim ... nech folimathar for
mbrethugud who will undertake to judge you LU 9004 ( FB
40 75 ). eircid ... cussin fer felimathar for n-etrain LU 8473 ( FB
33 ; rot lemather, Eg. Perhaps the LU forms are corrup-
tions of -lilmatar, cf. Strachan's note on Ml 69b3 , ZCP iii
482 ). cid fotlaimthersu ? ni ansa: i mmag n-aesa RC
xxvi 24z ( Rawl. 109a41 ). cid folaimthersu ?...hi sl[iab] na
45ngrad, Rawl. 109b8 = RC xxvi 26 (fotlaimther so) whither
art thou striving
(?). ni ḟolamair Conall tichtu dia thomailt
ar immed na n-ecrut did not venture Rawl. 126b21 . In:
ni forlamair ... feis la hE. ar omon Con Culaind ZCP iii
252y the verbal form seems artificial, the corresponding
50passage RC xi 448 has nis lamair ind rí.
Cf. ara falmaider ardchricha Cuind thou shalt assail (?)
Rawl. 125b13 .
II Comes near to, is in danger of: Cf. folamadair P. co
ngabad cathair P. was fain to (?), or was near (?) Trip.
55 112.8 (1270) . con folmaissiur derchoiniu[d] I was near
despairing
Ml 50d8 . folamustair uile-thotaim it nearly
collapsed
Trip. 148z (1736) . conusfalmastair héc de, Alex.
164 (= comba tanase bais doib BB 490a3 ). Here probably:
co folmastar cach díb aidid a chéle they came near to killing
60one another
(?) LU 8263 ( FB 20 ). co folmaiset ind fir comergi
debtha dorísi LU 8419 ( FB 29 ). Cf. folaimtis a guin BDD
19 H (ṅguin cet.).
In: fomlámas bádud fo thri (gl. ter naufragium feci)
Wb 17d4 . (`drowning threatened me' Thes.; `drowning
65impended over me
' Thurn. Gr. § 708 ). the verb is perhaps
pret. 1 s. with refl. pron. Cf. RC xxvi 24 cited above
under I. But Thurn. l.c. takes it as pret. pass.: `s has
spread beyond its original limits
'.
Cf. folmaisse.

70 ? fo-lámna : x see for-lámna, and last citation s.v. follam-
nugad
.

foland ? ind Of shipbuilding; g p. tuaircnech na ngoband ...
ic fúr na foland ┐ ic airichill na n-aṅccaire LL 218b47 ( TTr.
134 ). nach raibh ... beirling gan brise ná folann gan fásga
75 CF Eg. 23 .

folartnaige, -naigid x : see folort-

folassa n some kind of shoe or buskin (?): f. ¤ .i. arindi folloing
coiss in duine, Corm.Y 609 = folasai, Thr.Ir.Gl. 22 . folasa
.i. broga, O'Cl.
80 Cf. assa.

folc n o,m. Cf. falc IGT, Decl. § 96 . Nocha snámh leac
bhfúar a (le; re v.l.) falc, ex. 1716 . Heavy rain, wet weather:
ferfaid f. ¤ [a] fid da brōn, Lec. 400vy = LL 298a21 ( SG 366.19 ).
f. ¤ ind erraig ┐ f. ¤ in gemrid ZCP iii 245 § 55 . f. ¤ mor isind
85[f]oghomur AU 878 . tainic doinenn ┐ falc fertana BNnÉ
208 § 61 . falc flechaid, Hy Fiachr. 286.7 . gamh ... co
ffolc ndearmhair FM ii 1100.13 . pl. ticfa tarrngoire na
sruthe ... coin, foilc, fianna ZCP viii 195 § 8 . Transf. of
tears: fertais frossa faen a f. ¤ `they shed showers of tears,
weeping prostrate
' Met. Dinds. iv 20 (leg. faena and take f.
5as g p. ?). ba saeth la F. anisin ┐ luidis co ro chi folcc
mbrothraige fiad a athair , Rawl. 124a41 . Of the sea:
ro cuirit i falc mara móir, Mer. Uil. 12 (= BB 445a40 ).
Of steeping malt: braich ... la co n-aidchi i f. ¤ (.i. a n-uisci),
Laws ii 240.18 (25) .
10See foilc.