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foram, -aim, -om(m) n n,n. (cf. réimm) n s. foromm SR 3225 .
a s. foraim LU 3254 . forim 10562 . d s. forimim LU 5730
70= foraim TBC² 1257 . cf. fuirmim BR 38.15 (cited below)
= fuirbim BB 269a25 . g s. foruime, Met. Dinds. iii 58.52 .
forma, O'Dav. 1479 ( ZCP xix 129 ). cf. seol forma O'Dav. 959 .
buaid foraim TBC 664 seems corrupt; cf. a búadrisi a
foraim (in a similar list) LU 4847 . n p. forrame, Ériu iv
75163 § 28 . d p. foromnaib LL 123a27 . In later MSS. final -m
is often lenited; cf. forom (: comul), Met. Dinds. iii 142 .
(a) moving (towards a point), course, progress: foraimh
.i. foreimniughadh no siubhal, O'Cl. co romtócba it rígth-
reib ... m'ḟorom dot rígthig ZCP x 271.13 . fuair forom
80féig fíanbera `the flight of a spear' Met. Dinds iii 142 . tuc
forom for fid `set moving the ... wood', ii 58 . seol formna
.i. ini doberar don ti atci in luing fo seol ina forum the ship
under sail in her motion
, Laws v 300.20 Comm. = O'Dav.
959 (s.v. forma .i. imrum, no foirinn). tricha ruirech, tricha
85triath, ... ba forumh rí, Acall. 465 = ba foram rí `a king's
muster
' (but `rí' as gen. is unlikely) Met. Dinds. iv 370 .
cf. taideacht lais fine ar a ḟuirmim `on his march' (pre-
rogative of king of Cashel) BR 38 (= fuirbim BB 269a25 ).
Seems misunderstood; see fo-ruimi.
Freq. in chevilles: foraim n-airgi, Arch. iii 296 § 35 .
5 Rí na ndúile, forum n-án `noble motion' Met. Dinds. iii
102 . forom cert SR 3149 . foromm cert 3225 . forom
ṅglē 2511 . 3091 . sechtmoga laech ... beres ar muir forum
ndil | a leth blaisc a uigi sin YBL 84a37 (metrical version
of TBithnua 58 ). cnuas ac tuitim, forumh ngnáth, Acall.
10 456 (= foram, Met. Dinds iv 368 ). forumh ngrind Acall. 494 .
forum sceóil Met. Dinds. ii 58 .
(b) gait, bearing (?): a foraim, a fómsige LU 8451. 4847
(perhaps this belongs to c) = a ḟorom TBC 856 (foraimh
St). delb degduine fair ┐ forom flatha leis, Acall. 4203 .
15(c) stalking, hunting (generally of hunting birds). With
prep. or obj. gen.: innlig noi cairptiu do dul dia toffun,
ar ba bés leosum foram for enlaith IT i 136.2 = forim én
ib. 6 ( LU 10562 ). oc foromnaib for énaib LL 123a27 . foraim
én LU 3254 ( SC 5 ). oc foroim én LU 5727 ( TBC² 1257 ). ni
20nderbai di forimim inna n-én LU 5730 . la forum n-ēn ic gach
lercc ZCP viii 120.19 . conastarla ... do ṡeilg ┐ foram mil
maige RC xliii 22.1 (míl m. is probably the subj. of the
sentence here). Cf. fesach ... i senforma (necessary qualification
of a brethem) H 3.17, c. 657.1 ( ZCP xviii 363 ; see
25 xix 129 , where Thurn. suggests: sén forma a net for bird-
snaring
. See also Ir. Texts iv 26 ; ib. n. 27 ).
(Fig.) foram cotaith ` hunting for support ' (.i. do chungid
seoit ┐ biid) RC xxvi 22 § 71 = foreim chotaid .i. foreim
coemna, Corm. Y 303 (forrem cothaid LB). ni foramh
30firinne ZCP xiii 171.30 .
Cf. domroipnitar forom leth LU 3867 ( SC 38 ).
f. ¤ cliss name of one of Cú Chulainn's feats (as to its nature
see Zimmer ZCP i 95 ): foraithmenathar som a f. ¤ cliss
[sic leg.] LU 9105. 9121 ( FB 86 ; 87 ; forum clis; forumh-
35clis, Voss. Though printed as a compd. in all the editions
there is no doubt that the separation is correct).
Compd. ? ¤ less: ni mairnd cairdiu a foramles [for-
amles ?] LU 3634 ( SC 31 ). ¤ rith: tecait rompa ina foram-
rith at the rate of a hunt (?) Lism.L. 2971 .

40 foran ? ind ni ba breithiomh loighe einech, co n-on, co n-ainim,
co n-esbhuidh go fforan dire diam ruidhbhech ro aith ...,
Ériu xiii 15.18 .

forán adj o-ā very fine, splendid (?): ech dond tuagmar foran
forlethan, LU 10660 = forran (second -r- added in MS),
45 Ériu xii 150 . dá ech ... forána LU 9257 = forrana, Anecd.
iii 49.18 (foraonu v.l.). Cf. don mnaí forrain etrochtgil
(apparently riming with: fo-rodāil) LU 4298 . Cf. forrán.

foranmach adj (forainm) surnamed (?): a Fhindmagh Femin
ro hoiled ... conadh aire atberar in f. ¤ de .i. Nuada Find
50Feimin ZCP xiii 197.16 .

1 forann n (rann `verse' ?) a division (?): Nemann na ff. ¤
ffathach, Leb. Gab. i 158 (: Donann; glossed: N. ba
fatach glic i ndeaghrannaibh) = nar fodaind fathaig LL
10b26 . na foghfond fathach BB 33b9 .

55 ? fo-ranna v classifies: cf. pass. pl. pres. forannaiter datha
(of bruises), BCrolige 64 . But perhaps this = fo-rondaiter.
See fo-roind.

? foranu n f. ¤ chuile ` breaking into his kitchen' Laws iv 314.3
= forrán a ch., Críth G. 228 (editor's emendation). But
60O'Curry's tentative transl. given in footnote Laws iv 314
is `the whole front', as if: forainech uile = airainech u. (for-
anuch uile is the MS reading, Críth G., p. 9 n ).
See forrán.

1 forar n (Mid. Ir. forair) (for+or `edge,' Ped. ii 51 ). (a) end,
65 limit: gl. finis Ml 56b46 . adracht seach [ḟ]orar talmun
... in grian, Aen. 1466 . (b) fig. sum, consummation, climax:
sesca noí cet do bliadnaib ... forair aimsire Iareth, Rawl.
70a44 . is ī in dercc ... comlānius ┐ forair in rechta diada
(= summa divinae legis) PH 5844 . cléthi ┐ forair in forcetail
70diada 5789 . forair ┐ suim na sualach, Lism.L. p. 392 . airm i
mmbia forair cech uilc ┐ essbaid cecha maithiusa LB 187b6 .
ropo nertmar hisin tṡuithemlacht co riacht forair ACC
26 Comm. (= co riacht co clethi LU 661 ). tigthear ... ón
chlí féin 'sna foraraibh, Aithd. Dána 50 § 19 .
75? Compd.: ¤ chonn a superior chief (?): do fuaslaici fir
forurchonn, Bürgsch. p. 30 § 80 .

2 forar ? ind is cutail airechta [.i.] is coi [sic leg.] toll nó f. ¤
isin airecht a[c] gabail a nascairechta, O'Dav. 461 (f. ¤ bas
isin a. v.l.). Prob. forbas is the true reading. Cf. 502
80cited s.v. forbas.

forard adj o-ā very high: daire f. ¤ , Aisl. MC 39.4 . da ech ...
forarda LU 9256 . batar forarda ... nada gualuind BDD 1 .
As subst.: for f. ¤ na tulcha LL 30c47 . boi .l. fer a forair-
dibh a chind on top of its head LB 133b5 (of a `míl mór').

85 forarg- vb. (org `slay' ?) 3 pl. impf. iar fell forargtais
(: Baptaist) in fir `used to practise (?)' Fél. 78.33 (forarg-
tois LB). perh. < fo-ro-regtais used to be bound , with ro
of repeated action ?. Cf. fo-rig.