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* for-cluinethar, forcluin v (fo-ro-cluin-, Ped. ii 495 )
overhears (what one is not meant to hear); hears (= becomes
aware of through hearing). co forcluin in tonn oc bein
ria ṡāluibh, Lism.L. 1948 . impf. ind. ni forcluinedh ┐ ní
85ḟairighidh IT iii 199.27 . past subj. ar na forchlótís ┐
na haiccitis BDD 67 LU = forclostais YBL. pret. 2 s. na
forcuala a n-atbert mo phopa? LL 109a28 ( RC xiv 410 ).
3 s. ni forchuala , Ériu ii 24 § 6 . Cf. Ériu xvi 37 y . ni for-
cualatar (forchúalatár LU 5404 ) in fer forcsi TBC² 927 . For
forochualatar som. Lotar, etc. BDD 20 Y, we should probably
5read: ō ro cualatarsom (sic D), lotar, etc. Pass. subj. pres.
in tan nadnacastar et nad forchluinter Wb 25b28 .

forcluinsin n f. overhearing: cen airiugud cen forclúinsin
do muintir C., CCath. 1416 .
Cf. forcloistecht, -cluaisin.

10 forcma n keeping watch, guarding: occ f. ¤ ┐ occ friothaire
forsna Gallaibh, Hugh Roe 262.28 (70a) . Cf. for-comai.

forcmachtae adj io-iā (part. of for-cumaing) that which is made;
artificial: forcmachte (gl. factitium) Sg 30b1 . impud forc-
machtae (apostrophe facta) Ml 120c8 . d s. m. for[c]machtu
15 28b14 . n p. m. forcmachti (facti) 34a10 . ainm forcmachta
(no forcumascda) `onomatopoetic' Auraic. 1614 (for-
cumachta v.l.).

forcmaid vb. : see for-comai.

forcmaise n io,m. showing off, displaying (?) : ic f. ¤ a deilbe
20doib, Otia ii 87 § 9 ( Rawl. 81a51 ). ingena F. no thothlaiged
a deilb di forcmaisiu ib.

forcmide : ind anas f. ¤ (gl. factum) Sg 36b3 ; a mistake for
forcmachtae ? See Ped. § 789 .

? forcomad n m. (cf. comhad couplet, metre) some kind of verse
25or poem: is and asbertad som forcomhad (nó forcumhad)
Anecd. i 13.28 (refers to poem following). Leg. for c.?

for-comai v O.Ir. forms : ipv. 3 s. forcmad LL 294b15 ( ZCP
xi 88.1 ). pres. 3 s. fortacomai Ml 29a3 . fortchomi Sg
176b2 . ni forcmi 188a30 . 3 pl. forcomat 167b1 . -forcmat
30 157b9 . pres. subj. 2 pl. -forcmaid, Ériu ii 196 . past subj.
3 pl. -forcmatis Sg 149a5 . pret. 3 s. -forcmastar LL 123b7
( Ériu xii 200 ). Pass. pres. s. fordomchomaither (gl. seruor)
Sg 139b2 . cf. forcmaidder .u. ┐ .o. (gl. manent ... immo-
tabiles) 11a2 . In Mid. Ir. treated as simple vb. forcmaid ;
35occas. deponent in subj.
(a) keeps (in possession), preserves, retains (always this
sense in Glosses) ; in Sg translates Lat. servare. forcmaid
epscop B. in port, Trip. 140.7 (fórcmaid 1614 ). forcomat
nad comraicet `they watch (? keep) what they do not get' [?]
40 Tec. Corm. § 16.87 . flaith forcomat ind naeb ┐ ind ḟíreoin
the kingdom [i.e. heaven] which the holy and righteous retain
(secure) LL 371a39 (cf. in flaith atcosnait ... in fireoin ZCP
iv 243.25 ). Passing into sense reserves, assigns: forcomo
so frissin ferthaigis LL 289b9 ; `this [duty] I entrust to
45the major-domo
' Stokes RC xiii 444 (possibly 3rd pers.
or subj. 2 s. ?). Cf. also : in forcmaither aes sainretheach
don fir midhboth ... ? forcmaither is a special age determined
for
? Laws iv 300.9 ( Críth G. § 6 ).
(b) keeps, observes, practises : cf. conforcmat dliged inna
50ṅdiuite in menicc they often preserve the l w of the
simple (words
) Sg 21b14 . forcmad mo briathra ZCP xi
88.1 . nis cuir bel dilsi dian fir forcmaither express pledges
are not forfeit if truth be observed
ZCP xii 365.1 . anti forcomh
cresene ZCP iii 452.17 . [nech] nāt forcmai a sōiri (i.e. of
55the Sabbath), Anecd. iii 23.10 . mani forcmaid (ḟorchomad,
forcmad v.l., cf. Arch. iii 10 n. 5 ) in domnach ina críchaib
córaib, Ériu ii 196 § 10 . nach oen ... forcomedar mo riaguil,
Mon. Tall. § 6 (dep. subj.). má forcomathar reacht bán-
bathisi `if thou observe' O'Gr. Cat. 100.6 . cf. mad forcoma-
60thar recht mbān mbathis, H 3.17, c. 520 (misread `for-
conathach', O'Don. 712 ).

for-comairc v questions, inquires: pass. subj. pres. duit ma
forcaomrustar (.i. dit ma dia ndéntar imcomarcc), O'Gr.
Cat. 142 § 3 .

65 -forcomail : v o da-forcomail Crist so ort ┐ dorinne fen romut
PH 7395 ; `has enjoined this on thee' Atk. Perhaps from
*for-comla binds , a late form of *ar-chomla, cf. airchomal
spancel, Contribb. and see forcomol.

forcomét n u,m. Later also o,m. : forcoimhéd (g s. n p. -éid,
70 -éda) IGT, Decl. § 38 . Used as vn. of for-comai.
(a) keeping, preserving, retaining: transl. conservatio Ml
49a11 . .g. do ḟorcomet i ngenitin to keep g in the genitive
Sg 112b3 .
(b) keeping, observing: dond ḟ. ¤ file lasuidib Sg 214a3 .
75 ní ecen a ḟ. ¤ adi 22a1 . f. ¤ léir na tráthae, Ériu iii 100 § 22 .
hi tig a mbia forcoimét in domnaig in which Sunday shall
be observed
ii 196 § 12 .
(c) watching, observing: forchomét na coblach, TTr.²
644 . ic forcomét mara ┐ tiri (of a sentinel) LL 108a18
80( RC xiv 402 ). Guarding: dorsioir ... do f. ¤ cach dorais
LU 2083 ( FA 15 ). ag bardacht ┐ ag forchoimhétt in chaiss-
léin, Fl. Earls 10 . aingeal a fhoircoimhetta his guardian
angel
BNnÉ 191z . Absol. keeping watch or guard: forcomed
do breitheamnaib ar na rugad gubreath judges to take heed
85lest
Laws v 452.1 . bai L. ic foraire ┐ ic f. ¤ do (viz. the sleep-
ing Cú Chulainn) LL 108a17 ( RC xiv 402 ). bátar da dercaid
... oc f. ¤ di LL 264b30 ( MU² 359 ; `guarding her' Hennessy,
keeping g. for her ?). mar leomhan óg ag forchoiméd a
n-ionaduibh díamhara, Ps. xvii 12 . With AR, FOR : lé
mbíoth d'ḟorcoimhéad uaidh air `such care had he for him'
5 TD 13.39 . In hostile sense : do ronsat forbasi ┐ forcomet
for Ath Cliath ` blockade ', Cog. 150.9 . cáit a bhfoil an bás
ag forchoimhed ort, MacAingil 88.19 .