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1 fonnad (-od LU 6402 = -ud, LL 77a21 ) n o,m. g s. fonnaid
LU 8931 , g p. fondad LU 5579 . d p. fonnodaib TBC² 3622 .
Some part of a chariot; the wheel-rim or tyre (?); glosses
55 roth `wheel,' LU 5180 , cf. onnaid [leg. fonnaid] in carpait .i.
na roith, Auraic. 5578 (`Untergestell', Thurn., ZCP xvii
300y ). fonnadh .i. carpad, O'Cl. (quot. = LL 187c27 , see
below). In Wind. TBC generally transld. Wagengestell
or Wagenkasten. From consideration of the follg. passages
60(see citt. below) it appears that (1) the `fonnad' was not
the `cret' RC xxvi 30 § 125 , § 126 ; (2) it was not a wheel,
but closely connected with it; (3) there was more than one
f. ¤ in a chariot, LU 8345 . 5579 . 6402 . TBC² 3526 ; apparently
two ( TBC² 3622 ), one on each side. ib. 72 ( LU 4574 );
65(4) a f. ¤ of one chariot might be juxtaposed to a f. ¤ of another
LU 8705 ( FB 53 ); (5) it could touch the ground, TBC
5864 (St) and leave a trace on it LU 8931 ( FB 70 ); (6) it
made a noise TBC 773 , 5618 ; (7) the `fonnaid' used to be
washed TBC² 1095 . The word was no doubt sometimes
70used by synecdoche for `roth,' cf. cor bo birfocus cach
fonnod isin charpat LU 6402 = fonnud TBC 2544 , which
seems to refer to the spikes or scythes attached to the
wheels of the ancient quadrigae falcatae. f. ¤ fri f. ¤ fid fri fid
carpat fri carpat LU 8705 ( FB 53 ). for creitt cen ḟ. ¤ , for f. ¤
75cen chul RC xxvi 30 § 125 , § 126 (glossed .i. eich cen charpait
... .i. for carpat cen chlaíne LL 187c25 , 27 ). arda slig tar
f. ¤ clé (of Cú Chulainn fighting from his chariot) LU 4574 .
atgéoin slicht fonnaid Con Culaind fo dáig nách sét cumung
no théiged no chlaided na muru LU 8931 ( FB 70 = an fonna,
80Eg.). ní caīn-cotli are senfonnith the driver of an old chariot
ZCP xi 93 § 22 (cf. aride sencharpait ib.). fondaigh (.i.
carbuid), D iv 2, 46v6 [sic leg. Anecd. ii 8.17 ]. ni étaim
... techt sech nechtar in dá roth (.i. fonnod) iarndae in
carpait ara faebraige LU 5180 (said by charioteer who
85cannot get out of the chariot). pl. ógdérg a fonnaid LU
8345 ( FB 24 ). gia ra thiasmáis i ndib carptib ... iar n-idnaib
na n-arm, ní rossed crú na roth na fonnud na fertas díb
[lár] ar a dlús (the ranks are so serried that if two chariots
were driven over their heads neither hoof nor wheel nor
`fonnad' etc., would touch the earth) TBC 5864 = cia conual-
5aindse mo charpat ... co tiasmais ... iarsin dindiu ni regad
crua na fonnaid trīt TBC² 3526 . buí ara A. oc nigi na
fondad LU 5579 . forlengat ... dar brainibh na roth ...
conidh eadh do thairmisc dian-imrim ┐ dian-bruthghail
mor na ffondadh TBC 5618 St (the passage refers not to
10chariots, but to the `roith nét,' apparently war-engines
or portable fortresses of some kind mounted on wheels).
gabaid a charpat fria ais cona chreit ┐ a dib fonnodaib
TBC² 3622 . Cf. ni cumgid cuinge co llind Léith correga
co ffuilib fonnaide fo chollaib clí ... LL 122a18 (from a
15rhetoric addressed to a chariot-horse), and see 1 fondad,
end of article. Compd. da ndroch ... fonnaid-rēidi smooth-
tyred (?) TBC² 3392 .

2 fonnad [n o,m.] moving rapidly, quick irregular movement (?):
fonnadh .i. foghluasacht no siubhal, O'Cl. eoin ... for fosnam
20[fonnadh v.l., cf. fonnam] immon insi RC ix 474.4 . fonnud
ferda frithalmach LL 238a2 ( TTr. 1558 , of Hector);
`king' Stokes, referring to O'Dav. 974 (see 1 fondad), but
seems some characteristic of the person described, adroitness
in encounter
(?).
25In concrete sense, a wanderer, vagrant (?): [f]o besaib
mogha na fondaid raite a vagrant of the road i.e. a tramp (?)
Laws iv 16.23 (`or dispossessed persons', transl.) = fonnadh,
O'Dav. 969 and fonnaig raite .i. fonnad carpaid righ, O'C.
849 (< H 3.18 p. 385b ). Perhaps same word as 1 fonnad.

30 fonnaid v turns, moves, removes (?) pass. sec. fut. noco fon-
nabtha as `she was not removed' Laws iv 18.10 (gl. on
fondaid raite 16.23 , see 2 fonnad).

fonnam n (< fo-snám, acc. to Meyer ZCP x 351 ; cf. Misc.
Hib. § 11 ) rapid movement to and fro; palpitation (?):
35 fonnamh .i. fogluasacht, ut est i fonnam mo thuirc, O'Dav.
848 . i fondam mo thuirc .i. i fogluasacht mo chride,
Corm. Y 1227 = im ḟoindaim mo thuirc, Thr. Ir. Gl. p.
43 = ní fó indam dom mo thuircc .i. mo chridi im chliab
co fil for crith ib. 44 ( LL 179a29 ). fonnam (one of the
40nine hazels of Segais?), Ériu xiii 26.27 .
(Cf. fo fondaim in ferainn, Laws v 470.2 Comm. (see
1 fondad).

fonndaimeint x : see fundameint.

fonnmar adj o-ā (cf. 2 and 3 fonn) (a) tuneful, melodious;
45 pleasant, delightful (the two meanings are not easy to dis-
tinguish; in most of the exx. the meaning is undefined):
fúaim fondmar LL 328 f 57 . aitteoch frit ... ind firmimint
ḟonnmair ZCP viii 232 § 8 ( Ir. Lit. 102 ; `tuneful'). roḟes
co f. ¤ a clu `its fame was known in melody' Met. Dinds. ii
5078 . fer fonnmur binn `obliging, pleasant' AU iii 196 .
fil firu fondmuriu foltliubru fóó `tuneful' ZCP ii 315.17 .
fer fonnmhar na bhfonn sgathach | ré ndubhradh Conn
Céad-chathach, Ir. Monthly 1927, 664 ( DDána p. 356 ).
(b) desirous: curaid ... fraechda f. ¤ ` willing ' MR 182.2 .
55 cineadh .. bhíos fonnmhar ar chlú d'ḟaghbháil (= gloriae
avida), Keat. i p. 64 . fonnmhar chum chuidighthe liom,
MS. Mat. 550 ( Gen. Reg. et SS., ed. Walsh, p. 5 ). la deach-
radh na feirgi fonnmoire eager, impetuous (?) Anecd. ii 78x .
Compar.: bá fonnmhaire leam ina sin ` I rather ...' 1 Cor.
60 xiv 5 .

? fonnrad n o,m. (?) (2 fonn?) desire, craving (?): cen f. ¤ cen
suntaige cen craes LB 261b20 (= cen ḟoimradh YBL 408b7 .
Cf. Arch. iii 320 ).

fonnrám ind ? fri fidrad fonnram (: lār) SR 1390 .

65 fonnsa n m. funnsa fonnsa, n p. id., and -adha. IGT,
Decl. § 2 . A circular band or hoop (for a cask, etc.); `a hoop,
circle, or band for a barrel ' P. O'C. damna fondssa `material
for hoops
' Laws v 482.29 (to be got from a wood, acc. to
Comm. 484.19 ). in .xxx. fónsa airgeit rochuir D. immon
70crand LB 222a51 corresp. to: circul airgenti ib. 7; circall
(no fond) airgit 221b55 . in chathir ... fledach fíanach co
fondsib (: dorsib) `with cask-staves' Met. Dinds. i 32 .
soidhech do claraib .. do chengal do ... fhonnsaidibh,
Marco P. 65 . (Fig.) na dā cris ... 'na fonnsadaib forchengail
75dar taebimlib in betha (of the zones) MR 112.14 . fondsa
díona, Carswell 246 .
In later editions of OT funnsa replaces Bedell's filéid
fillet Exod. xxxvi 38 .

fonnsad n m. (vn. formation from prec.) encircling with a
80 band, girding: sdéd ... sursaing óir gá ḟonnsadh IGT,
Decl. ex. 662 , 1177 .

fo-noí v i (see Ped. ii 586 ) protot. stem fon-. later fuin-. Bakes,
roasts: fonassa ... an écne `I cooked' RC x 88 . orce ...
fonóiset for beraib cairthind LL 120a13 ( RC iii 176 ). geg-
85naitsom banb ... fannoíset LU 1743 ( RC ix 482 ). arán
fonither ... dia domnaich, Mon. Tall. § 13 = dá bhfuinfidhe,
Rule of T. § 62 . fonaither int écne lee let the salmon be
cooked
TBFr. § 21 = fonuigther ZCP iv 42.17 . céin fonnui-
th[e]a fulacht leo `while food was being cooked' RC xxv
346 § 2 . no fonaidfidé [no fonfaithea Eg., fonuinfidi Y,
5 no fuifeda D] cét lóeg ... fria BDD 54 (LU). fonoad (.i.
ro immained) col carpait dún and LU 10243 = ZCP iii
234.2 (with gloss.: .i. rohimfuined). rofonta .iii. cét bairgen
assin bulgc, BColm. 60.16 .
Later fuinid: roḟuinsit a n-iasc ZCP i 464x . in chét-
10bargen rofuined, Ériu i 132 . is ar scéith F. do fuinedh lón
M., Cog. 100.8 . cach ní no fuinte de no ithid L., Cóir Anm.
70 (p. 318) . a mbí im thromcholuinn d'ḟeoil oimh | fuin,
a eoin, DDána 42.17 .
In late lit. used esp. of bread-making, often = kneads;
15(fig. ) do fuinedh leis an Sbiorad naomh a mbroind na hoighe
é was fashioned (of Christ) O'Hussey T.C. 106 .
Forruinedh, Ériu xiii 34.31 seems to belong to 1 fuinid,
q.v. Part. fonaithe, vn. fuine q.v.