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fonaithe adj io-iā (part. of fo-noí) cooked, baked, roasted . mucc
f. ¤ LU 4946 . mucc ḟ. ¤ LL 246a14 . éicne f. ¤ TBFr. § 23 .
85 orda do bradan fhonaithi Lism. L. 2736 . secht ndoim ... ┐
siad uili fonaigthi RC xxiv 64 § 26 . ba Magh Liffe madh
co sé, indiu as magh f. ¤ ticubsa dia athfuine ` scorched '
FM 705 (poem). (Fig.) gurbham fīrēn fonaide | iar mbruin-
diudh duit cech baeghail refined, perfected (?) Arch. iii
231.2 . ? felghalair [v.l. felgabur, Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. i. 71 ]
5 fonaidhe BB 295b45 = IT iii 103 § 196 .

fonaithech adj io-iā as allegorical npr. m.: in fer lapartha
lāin ... .i. Fonaithech mac Dian-aithisc, Anecd. ii 51 .

fonámaidech adj o-ā (fonámat) mocking, derisive: fonomaidech,
gl. ridiculosus Ir. Gl. 630 (= facetious ?). dorínne gaire
10co fanamúidech (fanoitech, fanoidech v.l.), Fier. 16 . co
fanamuidech 55 .

fonámat n o,m. (see Ériu xiii 213 n. 1 ). In later Ir. also fem.
with slender stem; d s. ic fanamait fai TBC p. 657 n. 3 (St) ;
in mod. Ir. generally fanámhad, fonomhad, fonóid, fonaoid ;
15 g s. é a bheith ina adhbhar fanoíde ZCP xii 397.3 (mod.
text), fonaoide (: Bríghde), O'Bruad. ii 144 .
Jeering, deriding; derision , with IMM (FO) of obj.: oc
fanamut fa Ísu PH 2863 . dorindetur ... mórán tugha a
n-agaid air ┐ fhonámhait fói, Maund. 16 . dorindetur
20fochuidbe ┐ fanámhatt fái, ib. go ndearnsad a chlann
fanámhad fá Naoi, TSh. 8420 . ag fonomhad fúd, Ezek.
xxvii 36 . tre ḟonómhad, Keat. i p. 50 . do ḟochuitbiud ┐
fanámut im na hIudaidib LB 144a13 . acc fanamhatt
impaibh FM vi 2324.10 . gāir chuitbiuda ┐ fonamait LU
25 8854 ( FB 64 ). gāir ḟochmaididh ┐ ḟanamaid CF 367 .
fanámhad nó fochuidbheadh, ' TSh. 9030 .

fonasc n a band, tie, bond: in follg. ex. seems used of loose
metal rings round the shaft of a spear: caindell rígthaige
... go féthanaib argait ┐ co fonascaib óir ... immireithet
30impe na fethana argit sech na fonascaib óir cachla céin
o erlond gó indsma, i ceind aill dana it íat na fónasca óir
immireithet sech na fethanaib argit TBC 5190 - 5194 . (Fig.)
fonascc omna (.i. bidh omon ar a chul inti dani in fonaidm
a neamthabarta do), Laws v 376.2 (acc. to Comm. each
35party is doubtful of the fulfilment of the contract).

fonascad n u,m. (metathesis of foscnad ?) (of a giant) cech
finna ... sinis tri fortrennaib a chruadchind fri f. ¤ ngaíthe
LL 108a35 . ina curtis na eich do cheppaib ... siar sechtair
fri f. ¤ ṅgaithe 110a9 ( RC xiv 404 ; 416 ).

40 1 fondad n In Laws apparently a cause of postponement , see
ZCP xv 333 , xvi 222 : atait secht fondaid la Feine fod a
sguirdais gach re (.i. fannaidit ae an firacra ..., .i. a secht
fondaigis no faidi[ig]is re in comraig) `seven extensions
[? hindrances, delays] which would put off every battle' Laws
45 v 306.1 = turbaide ib. 13 Comm . .vii. fonnuide foscuirdis roi,
H 3.17, c. 294 ( O'Don. 387 ); quoted O'Dav. 960 : secht
fonnaige ... .i. ... secht faitigthe scuiris rae in chomruicc.
also glossed H 3.18, 383a : fonnaide .i. ar is fonnad laisam
na fedna fofedat na rede so huile (which is very obscure).
50 cia hairet fodosguirtis na fondad so ? Laws v 306.6 . im-
scuiche breath f. ¤ (.i. fo fonndaim in ferainn) 466.15 (470.2)
= inscuiche[t] bretha fondaidh .i. indscuchaid na bretha
laisin fondad .i. laisin rígh, O'Dav. 974 . Cf. fonnaid .i.
císs. ut est imscuiche breth fonnaid .i. is em scuichthius
55in brethemnus uainn tre fonnaid .i. tria chisibh, H 3.18,
638c ( O'C. 1420 ) = ... fo ondaib .i. fo chisaib in carpaid
teit uaind no ... tig oraind anosa H 3.18 436a1 ( O'C. 1043 ). See
also 1 fonnad. The general meaning of the above passages
seems to be that judgements vary according to the custom
60of the district.

2 fondad : n f. ¤ .i. rí, O'Dav. 974 . Prob. a guess from context;
see lemma, cited s.v. 1 fondad.

3 fondad x = fonn ? Aengus ba hollomh Elge | gach leath
co nḟondad fairrge BB 37b40 . sloigedh la fondadh do gres
65 BCC § 344 . ? diam orc i fonduid fotlethur, Ériu xii 199
(= O'Dav. 847 ). (leg. fondaibh ?). See 1 fonn.

fondaigecht n ā, f. extension, extent (cf. 1 fondad and fond-
aigid
) ? fondaighecht an tricha meadhonaigh and so ` mear-
ings ' Misc. Celt. Soc. 54.11 .

70 fondaigid v prolongs, extends (?): secht fondaid foda sguirdais
gach re .i. ... atait a secht fondaigis no faid[ig]is re in com-
raig, Laws v 306.11 Comm. na hernaili so fonnaighes
no faitiges ni do neoch 308.11 Comm .
See 1 fondad, and cf. fannaigid (last cit.).

75 fondaiment : x see fundaiment.

fondaimentugad : n arná bhur bfodaimeantughadh a
ngrádh = `ye being grounded in love' Ephes. iii 18 .

fondúire n m. an original owner, a freeholder: ba hiadside
roptar fondúire i gCill B. ó aimsir an Corbmaic ` freeholders '
80 Hy Fiachr. 78.14 . an Rúta do thabhairt dá fondúiribh
disle badein FM v 1818y . as fál Loch nD. don fhonn no
dona fonduirib ga bfuil, Leb. Gab. i 100 n. 6 .
See fundúir.

fo-nig v washes, cleanses: serc Dē bī fonigh anmoin ZCP
85 iii 448.21 = Fél. p. xi 24 . fianna ... fonecdis iltuatha
who used to scour (i.e. clear of enemies ?) Ériu iv 162 § 25 .
pret. fonenaig Hérenn iathmaige, Hy iii 5 ( Thes. ii 322 ,
gl. .i. ro funigestar .i. dorigni a funech .i. a glanad). bathais
Patraic fodaroenaig (< fo-da-ronenaig), Arch. iii 303 i § 2 .
Pass. cach lestar fuinechta fonegar , O'C. 2084 (< H 4.22,
5 70a ).
Vn. fonach (funech), q.v.