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foráil, -em, -id : x see furáil, -em, -id.

? 1 foraim (-aib ?) : ind fuirmech .i. foraimh [foraibh v.l.] nó
senfasach, O'Dav. 917 .

2 foraim : x see foram.

5 foraime : x see forimme and forruma.

forainm n n,n., later m. d s. foranmmaim, Trip. 126.22 . a p.
foranmand ib. A supplementary name, a nickname or sobri-
quet: secht meic Ailella ... ┐ Mane for cach fir díb ┐ f. ¤ for
cach Mani .i. Mani Athremail, etc. LU 6847 ( BDD 42 ).
10 cor forttamlaigi na foranmanna sin na mac for na hanmanna
disle bádur forrta, Anecd. v 22.7 (= foforanma [sic] Ériu
ii 184.14 ). Eochaid Urchain cét-ainm Rothai ... ┐ dochóid
in farainm tar in ainm bunaid ... tré gnáthugud in foranma
do rádh ris, Cóir Anm. 13 . Cass in t-ainm bunaid, ┐ dochóid
15in f. ¤ tairis, 164 . Fer-maissi ... m'ainm-si ... Dar lind ní f. ¤
duit, ar C., uair is leor do maissige (i.e. no mere honorific
name
), Acall. 6837 . ro len Maodhócc d'f. ¤ fair BNnÉ 192.16 .
is uime do lean an f. ¤ [Caomhánach] do Dhómhnall, Keat.
i p. 28 . feibh as f. ¤ Cesair da gach righ hi Roimh, Leb. Gab.
20 i 228 . Clann Riocaird ... Stiocardaigh is é a n-ainim,
Riocardaigh a bhforainim (i.e. S., `misers,' is their real
name, R. only an assumed one
), Tribes of Irel. 38 .

forair : x see forar.

foraire n iā,f. (aire). In later MSS. often miswritten forḟaire
25(as faire replaces O.Ir. aire). (a) watching, keeping guard:
rom léicsea oc forairi sund TBC² 598 . com óit ┐ com forairi
LL 263b7 ( MU² 220 ). āth na forari ib. LL 263b 37 ( MU² 258 ). díot
do dlighfidhe | foruire a cuan 'sa caladh to guard TD 27.15 .
inad ... farairi, TTebe 89 7. is amhlaidh ata in tslighi ...
30┐ fodhmoir ... aca foruire, St. Ercuil 238 . denaid f. ¤ ...
duind nach tissad ..., Acall. 5156 . faire ┐ forfhaire do
dhéanamh orra féin re hucht an bháis, TSh. 2688 . Hua B.
do dhul a bhḟoraire AU iii 610.8 = isin ḟ. ¤ ALC ii 294 (1536) .
aes f. ¤ , Laws i 184.12 . fer na f. ¤ watchman , Acall. 5159 .
35 fiallach f. ¤ ┐ freccometa TBC 5092 . do chuiredar lucht
foraire ┐ fuirecrais do choimhét ant sluaig ALC ii 294.9 .
ni raibhi cuan ... gan fer forairi ... air CF 90 . In hostile
sense with AR: ac forairi ar Meidb, Ériu ii 178.24 . lucht
atá ag forfaire air m'anam, Ps. lxxi 10 . (in: ag f. ¤ for
40éanlaith, Comp. Con C. 77.32 , the form seems a corruption
of `foraim'; cf. oc foroim én, TBC² 1255 ). ocbaid ...
do bi a foruire roime in ambush BCC § 348 (p. 372) . muna
luighe duine a bhforaire, Exod. xxi 13 . Of religious vigil:
eter soiri ndomnaig ┐ foroiri crossi (fori cros v.l.), Anecd.
45 iii 25.2 . Cf. croch Crist do f. ¤ in ceach thegdais `to be
watched
' [as a guard ? See below] RC xii 428 § 18 (to
avert the plague).
(b) a watch, sentry; as collect. or in pl. a watch; watch-
men, guards: scoirit a n-eochu ... ┐ leicit a foroire dhibh,
50 Lism.L. 2897 . fairiri (foirairedha v.l.) ┐ forcoimedaid an
baili, TTebe 4742 . robui foruire amuigh acu a[c] coimed
doibh, St. Ercuil 1765 . rohordaigit forairedha ┐ lucht
faircsena ... uathu for slógh Poimp, CCath. 3460 . in da ḟ. ¤
fein do thegmhail da cheile AU iii 610 (i.e. the outposts
55of the two forces). indsaigid la F. ┐ la C. a Tir O. ... ┐
marcsluag na forairi da frecra, Ann. Conn. 1385 § 6 . ro
lá forairedha fri forchoimhéd gach conaire FM v 1356.16 .

forairech adj o-ā (foraire) guarding, watchful: a ghríobh
oruireach Uisnigh (ḟ. ¤ v.l.), Studies 1928, 674 . Cf. a bhfoiri-
60rechaibh ` in ambush ' BCC 180.8 .

? forairechad n m. watching, guarding , concrete a watch,
look-out party: farareachadh ┐ lucht comheta do chur
etorra ┐ in sluagh AU iii 610.4 .

fo-rairngert v 1 s. pret. TBC 646 = dorairngert, see do-
65airngair
.

1 forais ? ind apad ┐ f. ¤ , Cáin Ad. 39 . Cf. 2 forus.

2 forais ? ind fogabhait f. ¤ sentuinne mōire istigh `a huge old
woman
' Cóir Anm. 70 (p. 318) = cailleach aduathmar,
Miscell. Celt. Soc. p. 76 . (of a band of warriors:) rogabhsat
70foruis is treoir | a ndún Barraigh, Dúan F. i 73.19 (cf.
1 forus).

foraís n f. (foraois) (romance loan-word) foraíss, IGT, Decl.
§ 13 . A forest: i cūil ... din forais ZCP iv 383.33 . fiar-
laeit na foraisi, ib. 17 . annsa furais fhiadhaigh, vi 47.6 .
75 eoin foraoise na heagna, Content. xxv 2 . tigh ḟoraoise
Lebanon, 1 Kings vii 2 . a ttiugh na bhforaóiseach, Isa. ix
18 . fá choilltibh ┐ fá ḟoraoisibh fásaigh, Keat. ii 6098 .
In following exx. seems used in an indefinite sense, region,
place (cf. 3 fíad): foraīs (: Drobhaīs) Genainn G.'s portion,
80 Leb. Gab. i 130 . ní ḟuair rí ḟ. ¤ badh ḟearr, Content. xxv 12 n .
f. ¤ tsleachta Cormaic Cais, ib. atconcatar foraois co ndorus
ursailchthe, tiagait innte ... fuaratar magh, Aisl. Tund.
p. 111.13 . an foraóis aoibhneas dob ḟearr | mairg do thréig
ar ghleann na ndeor, O'Hussey, T.C. 253 . foraois mhillteach
85magh tadhaill, Studies 1931, 81 .

foraithmet n o,n. later m. (vn. of for-aithminedar) remember-
ing, calling to mind: foraithmhead .i. cuimhniughadh,
O'Cl. a foraidmetsom cen chumsanad issind irnigdi cen
chumsanad (gl. memoriam ... facientes semper ...) Wb
24c2 . arind foraithmiut (gl. memoriae) Ml 27b17 . huand
5foraithmiut .i. trissa f. ¤ (gl. reminiscentia) 62b7 . With obj.
gen.: cein romboí f. ¤ ṅIoseph les as long as he remembered J.
Ml 123b8 . f. ¤ Dáe 22d26 . a forait[h]mit do Dia of God's
remembering him
17b10 . is indraicc o f. ¤ máthair na macc-sa
worthy of remembrance PH 6608 . bíth hi foraithmiut lib
10ar nacha airillid aithirriuth Ml 115b9 . ced bélrae in so fil
i foraithmiut lemsa? Trip.² 1470 ( Trip. 128 ). acc foraith-
mhet an ro togaetha lá Gallaibh remembering how often
they had been deceived
FM vi 1998.19 . doronadh aonach T.
a bf. ¤ ┐ i ccuimhne écca a buime to commemorate i 22 . With
15 DI: connaconbia f. ¤ ṅde etir (gl. in aeterna oblivia) Ml 61b12 .
co na raibi acht madh foraithmed bec ┐ mod cuimne di
i nErinn (of the Táin), Arch. iii 4.13 . Exceptionally with
subj. gen.: docoid som a foraithmiut Dae Ml 32d10 (= has
passed out of God's remembrance
, acc. to Ped., KZ xxxv
20348 ).
Of faculty of memory: f. ¤ i n-inchind, Arch. iii 223 = Ériu
ix 62 .
Esp. commemoration (of a saint): f. ¤ Iustini, Fél. Dec. 5 .
f. ¤ Mo Choe, June 23 . is ann tra celebrait lith ┐ f. ¤ intí Geurgi
25... i n-oct kalaind Maí PH 1105 . in noebh ... dia tā līth
┐ f. ¤ i n-ecmong na ree-so, Lism.L. 1784 .
Cf. ... d'inredh Dail Cais, cu nach beith fer congbala
cind capaill dar fethi dab na daforathmet ... can marbad,
Cog. 72.11 (for: dab na leg. dáib ná ?).