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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.

fo-ling v (a) leaps, springs: folingg tond ZCP x 46.9 . foleṅgat
chuce LL 126b19 ( ZCP xii 274 = folengad xx 194 ). pret.
faleblaiṅg ina charpat LL 262a23 ( MU² 52 ). Cf. forrule-
blangtar (gl. subsiluerunt Ml 129c21 ), which is artificial
15in form, and as a transl. acc. to Ped. ii 567 ).
(b) in Ml glosses praevenire = to anticipate: pret. 1 s.
foroiblangsa Ml 95d11 . forroiblangsa 107d13 . 2 s. foroiblang
43d16 . Pass. pret. pl. ar foroiblachta (praeventi) 58d6 .
(c): fil ann ili anfine folengait selba (.i. ... lingis for
20na ferannaib), H 3.18, 235b ( O'C. 435 ) = possess by stealth or
force
? (` lay claim ' Plummer, Ériu x 125 . The form foilis
discussed ib. is a misreading).

1 foll subst. a crime (?): gl. solus, soleris PCr. 45a2 ( Thes.
ii 227 ): the Lat. text is a mistake for Priscian's scelus,
25sceleris.

2 foll adj. is f. ¤ in fedhm duidsiu techt im chomdhail-sea
... ┐ gan do chloidhem ina indtiuc TBC p. 414 n.1 . ( RC
xv 206.5 ). cf. 1 faill. a thriath foll fechtach ! (: conn)
ZCP x 348 § 13 (of Deity). in fer f. ¤ (: glond), Fen. 226.15 .
30 ba fíchdha f. ¤ BB 56a31 . scel dargabsat findmag f. ¤ (oband)
62a17 .

? folla n gidh flaith Fail go f. ¤ `with power (?)' BNnÉ
146.47 . cf. follad.

1 follach, fallach (cf. faill) I adj o-ā negligent: nitat follig
35occo `they are not negligent therein' Wb 6a22 . fallach cach
fine (.i. is faill og don ḟine), Laws v 442.19 (444.1) . bid
trom digal arathā | in slān fallach [fallan v.l.] nad ruicc
there will be a heavy punishment in store for the sound-limbed
laggard who does not overtake [the bell
]. ZCP vii 310 § 5 .
40 II Subst. neglect: fallach cach rudrad `every prescription
is a neglect
' Laws i 192.10 (with gl.: .i. is faill og do neoch
a seoit do beith ris amuigh re comat rudartha). sarthol
┐ etrad ┐ follach Dé ┐ ecailse, Anecd. iii 67.22 .

2 follach, foillech (vn. of fo-slig) lit. `a smearing'; a
45 small amount of soft food: follach .i. brathchán, O'Cl.
f. ¤ bec do mhenadaig `a small mess of gruel' Rule of Céli
Dé § 9 ( LB 9b38 ). f. ¤ [m]enadchi [sic leg.] Rule of Céli
Dé 70 § 24 ( LB 10a42 ).
foillech di menadaich fa bargen `a scrape of gruel on bread'
Ériu vii 140 § 3 .
50See 1 foillged.

3 follach (foillech) n (prob. same as 2 follach, representing
the other sense of slig- `strike') striking, smiting (?):
fallugud na fiacal icá f. ¤ LL 236a9 ( TTr. 1413 ). ár adbal ...
eter bāthadh ┐ lethadh ┐ ḟoillech ` wounding ' AU ii 484
55= fuilliudh ALC 1346 (fuill-, Ann. Conn.).
Cf. 2 foillged.

follacht: ind leím cen ḟ. ¤ LL 257b16 ( TFerbe 593 ). Cf. fuillecht.

? follad n ruling: folladh .i. follamhnughadh, O'Cl. cf. folla,
and see follnathair.

60 follaigid, failligid v g (cf. 1 follach, and faill). In O.Ir.
dep. I Neglects, omits, fails (to do): intí ... follaigedar a
t[h]imnae (= qui praecepta neglexerit) Ml 129a2a . arna
follaigdis gudi ṅDae (= ne neglegant) 113d5 . In Laws, of
omission, evasion: cuic seoit hi lobud cacha hathgabala ...
65noch fil tri seota cacha tratha ro follaigther "five `seds'
for neglecting [to redeem] every distress ... and there are three
`seds' for every day that it is neglected [to be redeemed
]" Laws
i 102.7 . flaith folluighther `the chief who was neglected'
[i.e. whose `céile' has evaded his obligations] ii 196.27
70Comm . (Of fences:) munu folluighther ima ndenum iarna
trascuirt, H 3.17, c. 287 ( O'D. 379 ) = muna follaiged a
nemdenam, Laws v 270.20 Comm. má feichum folluigus
`if it be the plaintiff that neglects' [ = omits to perform] ii
72.18 Comm . Cf. ro follaightar cach besa cen a imdegail
75 neglected to shelter him O'Dav. 675 .
Of omitting to keep an appointment, seize an opportunity,
meet a challenge: an inbuidh ro dailistur dam ... mad ro
faillighedar in dam bodesin (i.e. if the invited guests failed
to come), Laws ii 30z . i n-oenló ... ro dālsatsom ... ni ro
80follaiged leo-som dano, ScM. 5 (niro failliged ... leosom inní-
sin, Rawl.). ní ro failliccheadh lá hUa N. an ní sin go riacht
... `O'N. neglected not this opportunity, but proceeded ...'
FM v 1576.2 . gealltor gleo d'fhein fhionnUladh | ni leo
fein do faillidhedh ZCP ii 338z .
85 Cf. srian ris an gcóir congéabhaidh | a triall go fóill
foilléabhaidh, PBocht 19 § 13 .
Of neglecting a person: dia follaigthe cu ciana inna
ṡuidiu cen ḟoglanad if he were left untended (of a child)
LL 117b21 ( Ir. Texts i 33 ).
5 II Sets aside, bars (?): imsai ... cach righi on gabhail
co setchi mina fallaigh fal fingaili ... no diultad baisti
every kingship turns (alternates ?) from one branch to the
other unless there is a bar of kin-murder or apostacy
BR 110
(= BB 273a13 ).