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fo-léci v (variant of do-léci ?) fos-leci sis ... co grian ` sinks
down ' (of a well) Todd Nenn. 196.6 . pret. ni farlaic Cathaír
Carmain | acht dia maicne left (bequeathed) Met. Dinds. iii
8516 (Meyer assigns this to for-léici, ZCP xviii 327 ). ni farlaic
Cathair immorro acht [d]o tellaigib fodesin, Dinds. 18 = ni
ḟarlaig Cathair u ┐ o tellaighib fodesin BB 360az . Cf.
-forlaig.

fo-lega: v cf. follega Sg 190a marg. sup. ( Thes. ii xxi ; `die
[Tinte] lauft aus
' Ped. ii 562 ).

5 foléim(m) n f. (vn. of fo-ling). A leap (at), a bound: cu doní
foileim, Laws iii 414.25 Comm. cosmhail ... re heas | mar
éirgheas d'fhoiléim aníos, TSh. 7604 . (fig.). foiléim ainiúil
a leap in the dark, a rash proceeding Hackett xxxi 2 . cathair
ṡlúaigh do airg d'ḟoiléim IGT, Decl. ex. 518 . mar ḟoiléim
10drainnt dobharchon ` snapping ' Content. xxiv 14 . le f. ¤
góimh through irritation (?) xxii 15 .
Cf. foilm and folaimm.

foléim(m)ech adj o-ā (foléimm) leaping, prancing: don mhadadh
fhoiléimeach, TSh. 3854 . dod t'eachra foiléimigh IGT,
15 Decl. ex. 180 . See foilmech.

foléim(m)id v (foléim) jumps, hops: ilar n-én foléimdis tre
lud eter na platandaib BB 493b21 ( IT ii2 99 ) = fólúthis.
Alex. 597 .

fo-len v (len- `follow') follows; cleaves to: bec leis cach
20lucht lán fonlen | conontuc d'óenuch Thalten `too little
[he thinks] each full load that follows us till he has brought
us to the Fair of Tailtiu
' (each ample portion that accrues
to us
?) Met. Dinds. iv 160 (transl. v 142 ). bla imfodla
crícha doteit uisce glaisi airm fodlenat in da comorba
25imdabiad for cechtar in da leithe H 3. 18. 14a `where the two
coarbs follow it
' Laws iv 144.10 Comm. (where (the lands
of) the two c. adjoin
?). ? fut. folil mu menmain dia éis, Ériu
ii 95 § 1 . is de féin folil a phían his punishment will adhere
to himself
208 § 28 . folilsad it would remain sticking (?) BDD
30 38 (`the branch would support it' Stokes). Cf. foilileam .i.
foileanam I follow, ... adhere ... P. O'C.
See foilenmain.

folepaid n i,f. a low bed or couch: foileabaidh a fiadhnuisi
gach primhleaptha, ... gibe do lucht na himdhaighe doge-
35nadh troit ... ┐ do eireochadh aisdi co faghadh se in foileab-
aidh urlamh ar a cinn tis, Oss. v 36 ( Tr. Guaire 269 ).

folerbad n (g s.?) death: `foilerbadh' gach bás brónach
Met.Gl. D 53 . foilearbhadh .i. bás, O'Cl. RC xxi 401 .
i fanu f. ¤ fal romiad `into the slopes of death' RC xxvi 28.2
40(.i. is fán i mbíd immad na fer romiadach i mbás LL 187b53 )
= i fanu f. ¤ fan, etc., Rawl. 109b17 . a fanu folearbad (.i. bas
di ilsluagaib in ath eslend eter diabalnamait, H 3.18, 722
(B. Da Choca).

folés n (lés `light') a dim light, a glimmer (?): ba fodeirc
45dó f. ¤ na farrci foa gabul (descr. of a giant) LU 9061 ( FB 81 ;
`das Flimmern des Meeres' Thurn. Sagen aus dem Alt.
Irl. 48 ).

folestar n o,n. (cf. lestar) a small vessel: pl. folestrai, itir
erna ┐ loiste ┐ choidíu ` minor vessels ' Laws iv 310.9
50( Críth G. 175 ).

folethaid v spreads, increases, accrues ; only in Laws Comm.,
used to gloss fuillid (whether from `fo-slí' or `fo-lína'.
cf. Thurn. ZCP xiv 366.11 ; 35 ). and probably coined
for the purpose; variously translated by O'Don.: ni
55fuillend cond cnaima .i. nochan folethand torbatu do
codnach, Laws i 104.9 . cu folethunn fiachu `until it
satisfies the debts
' ii 10.19 . ni fuille forru .i. ... nochan
folethann orru 272.20 ; v 448.25 . ar na foleathad fon
tir `that (the cattle) may not spread over the land' iv 158.2 .
60 cach fuillem foruilleth forsin ceili (.i. rofoilethad) ii 270.28
(272.4) .
See folethnaid, —naigid.

folethad n o,m. (vn. of prec.): fuillnedh [fuillmedh v.l.] .i.
foleathadh, O'Dav. 955 , ref. to: a n-imuilledaib fine .i.
65in bail is eim don fine foilethad air, Laws iii 44.28 .

folethan adj o-ā (lethan): fer ... fata fochael f. ¤ TBC 5308 ;
leg. forlethan, as in the corresp. passage TBC² 3244 ?

fo-lethna v (lethan) spreads, increases: baile i folethnait
in fine, O'Dav. 955 (fothleathnait v.l.).
70See folethaid.

folethnaigid v (= folethaid ?): ni fuillend snada a n-ecnuircas
rechta .i. ni folethnaighenn do nech cia saruigther imin
richt bis ina egmuis, O'C. 2642 ( Eg. 88 f. 55a ).

folíath adj o-ā grey beneath: .l. torc ... at é casbreca f. ¤ , Ériu
75 xii 176.9 ( T.Étaíne III 4 ).

fo-lína v pres. 3 s. folina Ml 122d5 . fodlína Wb 14b7 . subj.
pres. fulina Ml 45c10 . fut. folínfea Wb 12d14 . ? pret.
ma furoillissemni .i. digail Ml 100d8 (so Thurn., Thes. i
341 n . , and Ped. ii 567 ; `if we have deserved' as if from
80 fo-slī, Thes.). Pass. pres. s. follintar Ml 123a10 . subj. 3
conrufailnither Wb 1a9 . Vn. fuillned, fuilled, q.v.
Fills up, makes up, supplies: gl. supplere Wb 12d14 ,
Ml 45c10 122d5 ; implere Wb 24d25 . a ndudesta ... con-
rufailnither á mé Wb 1a9 . sic follintar assa chanoín thus
85it is supplied from its text
Ml 123a10 . lethdechnad ... is
dindala deach fil i ndechnad mār folintar .i. di luibenchosaig
it is made up of one of the two syllabic groups which are in
`dechnad már', to wit the hexasyllabic
IT iii 8 § 8 (iarsinní
folintar ondara dech- ... .i.o luibenchosaig v.l.). ní coir
5forran ... d'imbirt fair, acht amal fholínfus, uair is lestar
honorach don chomdid in corp PH 5981 (corpori ... praestanda
est eleemosyna, ne corpus suum ultra mensuram compescat
p. 447 ); `as much as [the body] will bear' Atk.; as will
fill it
, i.e. suffice (?).
10See fuillid.