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forad (-od, -ud) n o,m.; earlier perhaps n., cf. n s. furad
20n-aircdidi YBL 116a19 = IT ii 178 , a s. forsa foruth AU
822 . g s. ind foraid LL 30a37 . See Hogan, Todd Lect. iv
138 . n p. foraid SR 502 . ind forid (gl. phari) Bcr 33d10 .
a p. foradu LL 220b44 ( TTr. 272 ). Cf. foirthiu, Tur 65 ,
fortha, O'Cl. g s. faraidh, Aithd. D. 64.34 .
25(a) a mound or platform , prob. in most cases of earth,
used as a seat or stand for spectators, but also as a post
of outlook; it varied in size and shape, being often large
enough to accommodate a number of persons, but some-
times apparently intended for only one; it may in some
30cases have been circular; at the great interprovincial
assemblies each king had a special f. and there seems to
have been a f. set apart for women. There was sometimes
a f. in or close to a chief's `dún.' There was a f. at Tara,
identified by Macalister with a large circular mound still
35existing (see Temair Breg, PRIA xxxiv C 244 - 246 ).
fortha .i. foradha .i. ionaid suidhe, O'Cl. failet ann ...
foraid forōrdai (of the celestial city) SR 502 . lathrach in
forraid hi taeb latraige tigi Cormaic (at Tara) Dinds. 1 § 9 =
l. ind foraid LL 30a37 ; cf. Narne .i. Tema[i]r .i. do anmaim
40in foraid robai inti, O'Mulc. 831 . Oenach Tailten do cumusc
oc foradhaib im scrin Mic C. ... condid aptha ili de a dis-
turbance broke out among the `forads' of the O.T.
, AU 830 .
ro hordaigit ... fir Herend for foradaib ind oenaig LU 4217
( SG 82 ). cf. cōrus aonaig .i. a glanad ┐ a forada do
45denum, H 3.18, 391 b ( O'C. 870 ; see Laws v 474.13 ,
476.18 ). baí dano forud ar leith oc na mnáib LU 4219 . cen
techt fer i forud mban, | cen mná i forud fer, Met. Dinds.
iv 150 . fiche forud ríg Temrach ... fiche forud a rígna
`twenty seats', ib. 154 . foradh righ Airghiall láimh re foradh
50righ Erind i [d]Tailltin ┐ a n-Uisneach BR 136 . Artt hua
Ruairc in rigḟoraid `of the royal seat' ZCP ix 466 § 28 .
a mbátár inna ingena i sudiu for forod áenaig in dūini LU
10194 (= forad ZCP iii 232 ). Of a post of observation or
part of a rampart: dorónadh ... foradh leis for temair ┐
55dingna na cathrach ... d'fordécsin ┐ do dibricud námhat
tairis sechtair, TTr.² 204 (= forath LL 399a38 ). robai
... tor ard ┐ forudh fo mur in dunaidh, Aen. 2218
(= turris ... vasto suspectu, Virg. Aen. ix 530 ). ro línsatar
múru ┐ dindgnu ┐ foradu na cathrach LL 220b44 ( TTr.
60 272 ). in forud i mbíd ic comét na cathrach (of station of a
watch-dog) TBC 1009 . Used as a repository for weapons,
etc.: doratad iarum forsin forud fora mbíd do grēs ind
inchind, Death-tales 4 § 3 . In follg. ex. seems used of a
vallum or rampart: ba hairegda ind inis ... furad n-aircdidi
65impe IT II 178z . fureth 182.214 .
(b) transf. of a fort, residence or place of meeting (common
in poetry), cf. Lat. sedes: Druim C. cete na noem, forod
na ḟenned RC xx 136 . f. ¤ na rig (of Tara), Met. Dinds. i 4 .
Dun mB. ... ba f. ¤ find-dond, Anecd. i 13.13 . Eichtge
70ard | forud na Fían LL 198b57 = adba, Met. Dinds. iii 304 .
cf. Forudh na Féine; Forud na fiann, Acall. 3339 , 3364 .
a crích Comul ... a forud fíal Oengossa, Met. Dinds. iii 134 .
co forud Fótla (i.e. Ireland) 194 . Mide magen clainne
Cuind | forod clainne Néill LL 184b20 ( Arch. Hib. ii 82 ).
75 tene di nim forsa foruth n-abbadh i nArdd Machae `the
Abbot's mansion
', AU 822 . f. ¤ fessi ┐ fledaichthi airtir
in talman (of Priam's palace) BB 443b2 Cf. a fisig ┐ a
fir-eolaig ... ar foradaib fis ag denam a ndraidechta, Ériu
viii 42.6 , where f. ¤ is prob. used in a technical sense (cf.
80 clíatha fis, expld. Keat. ii 5448 ff .).
(c) brow, forehead (?): co minnaib ... rigmaisecha ar
foradh gacha flatha, Celt. Rev. ii 208.22 (Glenmasan MS.
= for- B iv 1 134 ).
Compds. ¤ chnoc: i forudhchnoc urard bui. for lar in
85muighi ` a high, mounded (flat-topped ?) hill ' CCath. 2476 .
caisslen ... ar foradhchnoc ard uas an gcathraigh (of Namur
citadel), Fl. Earls 74.16 . ¤ mag: seiss Conchobar ..., co
mmathaib Ulad imme, for forodmaig ha hEmna `place of
presidency' (assembly ?) LL 109a43 ( RC xiv 412 ). co
forodmag na hEmna TBC 897.1326 . ¤ mullach: foradh-
5mullach tṠleibe Mis, Acall. 6182 . ¤ múr: ar foradhmúraib
an dúnaid ` ramparts ' Celt. Rev. ii 208y . dobí sí ar foradh-
múr na hEmhna gach laí ac feithim in muighe uaithe,
Comp. Con C. 114 § 44 .

foradán n o,m. (forad) a small `forad ', here used playfully for
10rime's sake: a dhoimh ... maith an t-ionadh foradhán | i
mullach do bhenn `the place for seats on the top of thy
antler-points
' Buile S. 80.7 .

foradmáil n f. an excessive assertion or claim (?): má's fior
da bfaradmáil (: amadáin), O'Gr. Cat. 556.10 .

15 foraer n f. a calumnious or exaggerated (or superfluous, un-
called-for ?) satire, lampoon: g s. díol t'ḟaraoire , Content.
xxii 1 .

foraesta adj io-iā very old: fa f. ¤ and sin he, TTebe 2430 . ba
f. ¤ forbthi in rigan 2748 .

20 ? forag : ind cen f. ¤ fri imdegail .i. a chis fri imdegail nindligthig
forregar cen fosulgud, O'C. 826 ( H 3.18, 379b , Bürgsch.
77 n. 4 ).

? foraíb : ind is mairg ... nach bidh feidhil foraib firenda ... a
n-oirchill [ sic leg.] na mbreath RC xxviii 318 § 29 . Leg.
25 fossaid ?.

foraíb x d p. see fora.

for-aicci v I Overlooks, surveys, hence is hard by (a
variant of ar-acci, q.v.): fer ... foraicce dul noí ndrong
who watches the motion of nine bands BDD 109 . ? pass.
30 pres. foircither (.i. fírdechar, O'Dav. 881 ) mairc maithe
macaibh ... Ériu xiii 23.8 . isin glind | foraccai Finddabur
ḟind `near to fair F.' RC xxiii 310 § 26 ( LL 31b39 ) = foracai
Finnabair RC xxiii 322 (Laud); foraicce F. 328 § 28 (Eg. with gl.
.i. ac Ath Ruis na righ fri hAird Findabrach anall). Lia
35Fail i n-uachtar Bruidne | lia foraccai ilbuidne `a stone
near many bands
(? which looks down over many bands)
306 § 7 = foranacca 319 (Laud, omitting lia). atá lecht
Máil i nDruim Gam | foracca ēca imnam 312 § 36 . Contem-
plates (?): anti bias i firinde, as betha foraccai cēin bīs i
40curp ┐ as betha 'na mbia, Otia i 115x . is ed inso foraccat
a n-anmain ┐ as airchenn ardatá this is what their souls behold
and is in store for them,
ib. 28 .
II As legal term, apparently of equivalent value (Thurn.
ZCP xvi 409 ): Of dues paid from a trading ship to the
45owner of the land where it puts in: in tan is fo tomus
flatha urdalta tainic in barc, sét foraice uingi d'fir tire,
O'D. 1605 (< H 5.15, 11 c. 2 ). sēt sé screpall dō ar connad
... do lecad di, masa seichida ... atā indti, no sēt foraici
uingi, masa cnō gnae ┐ cuirnd, Laws iii 426.19 . in roder-
50caidh, ma darighni a dlighedh ro dercaid set foraca
┐ [sic] di uinge do ... ┐ sēt foraice sé scripla do masa
iarand ..., O'Don. 2354 (< Rawl. 506, 40d ). Cf. sét foraice
uinge .i. is fiu uinge re firdechsain, O'Dav. 105 . grian
foraga set land worth a `sed' (?) O'Don. 787 (< H 3.17 c.
55565 ). In: bid ceart im cotomus folad: folaid cudruma,
forsaide forṡlan forlinad forbais: foraicce ceart creicce
cundartha etc. (.i. a firdechsain do reir chirt) ZCP xix 170
(= Cóic Conara § 11 ), Thurneysen takes the meaning to be:
is valid for, extends to: [the judgement-path] `cert' serves
60for sales, contracts, etc. see ZCP xvi 410 . ni fiach foraich
aos, Laws iv 376.20 = ni fiacail foraice aes (.i. nocha rem-
techtaige lium a dul isin ferann cemad aesmar a fiacail),
H 3.18, p. 350 ( O'C. 732 ); it is not a tooth which is the
equivalent value of old age
(see Thurn l.c.).
65 Cf. forcsiu (geall foircsean uinge), for-cí.

foraicme n f. a supplementary tribe or species (?): aicme
ailmi: orc a cru finni (a); ... ; foraicmi: fororc a cru
findi (ea) Auraic. 5676 = aicme na bfhoirfheadh (see forfid)
IGT, Introd. p. 4 .

70 foraid ? v ba feacht foraidh , Snedg. u. M.R. 10 § 17 ( YBL
12a36 ). The form could be prototonic of fo-ráith: a journey
that
rescued ?

? for-aig v (ag- `drive') possibly represented in follg.: pret.
ard-ēcnach ... mairg forid-racht `that has done (?) it', Ériu
75 ii 122 § 61 . Cf. cit. s.v. for-ail.

foraigecht n f. foraying, foraging (?): co tucdais amus caillea
┐ foraigechta fortho `a wood and camp assault' [?], Cog.
74.14 (amass coilledh forra v.l.). Leg. fosaigechta ?

? foraigsi : ind biaid dano in broccainech ... résén ochtmad
80mis co f. ¤ [foraighse v.l.] moenigfid sini sceo oclach, Baile
Bricín 20 ( ZCP ix 452 ).

? for-ail v (al `nourish) nourishes, nurtures, trains: 3 s.
fut. sustfaid slighiudai Erenn graigip sceo cairptib, for-do-
eblai [leg. for-da- ?] chaingnib ┐ cānib, Baile Bricín 22
85( ZCP ix 452 ).
Cf. for-aig.