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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 .

1 forcométaid n i,m. an outpost, sentinel: ro báttar a for-
choimhedaighe ... na Lochlann mar ro battar ... ag feghadh
10an mara uatha, TFrag. 114.21 .

2 forcométaid v (forcomét) (a) keeps, preserves: is de dno
forcométar brechda hi cloidbib `charms are preserved in
swords
' RC xii 106 § 162 .
(b) keeps, observes: pres. subj. pl. 2 : maine forchometaig
15in domnach, Ériu ii 194 § 8 YBL. conid he sin bés no for-
coimetatis cháidche PH 5078 . nocon fhorchoimetaither
riagla 5552 .

forcométas n m. (a) keeping, preserving: f. ¤ ┐ accomol ind
óintuisil i persanaib écsamlib Sg 208a10 . isind forcometas
20(gl. in asservatione) Ml 29c3 . cf. 55d7 .
(b) watching, observing: bottar ... oc forcomedus Con
Culainn dūss an raghadh RC xiii 31.5 ( ZCP iv 177 ).

forcomnacair x see for-cumaing.

forcomol n o,n. restraint, captivity (?) : oirgset a ndun ...
25┐ toberat bancuri in dūni hi f. ¤ LU 1624 . ba hécóir ingen
in cheneoil rigda do beith aice i f. ¤ foréicne LL 227b47 ( TTr.
790 ). rucad ... Oed G. a forcomal co Temraig YBL 172b17
= SG 77.3 . ba himmdai sruith-sheanoir ... hi ḟorcumal
ann, Alex. 316 . Cf. ... is an Fiann in ḟorcomol, Acall. 675 v.l.
30 Compulsion, obligation: forchumal fort co n-innisi I charge
thee to tell
SG 43.21 . In Laws forcible entry (on land), claim,
compulsion: forcomul n-ēcne `violent seizure' Laws ii 374z ( Ir.
Law 38 ) = Laws iv 270z . Ni ranntar ni sech fine acht ce doberadh
muiri na fine na seotu sin ... cin fis doib is comadhus
35don flaith forcomol chisa and sin, H 3.18. 389b3 ( O'C.
863 ), cf. forcomal chís flatha `the security (?) of the chief's
rent
' (seizure to satisy the lord's rent, Binchy), Laws v
442.23 . Cf. cor go for[c]umal `forced contract' iv 268.22 .
bach for fine a forcomal 8.19 (= and it was a deforcement
40against the fine
, see Thurneysen ZCP xiii 299 ). saerta la
fine a f. ¤ `she was freed by her tribe from obligation' (i.e.
indemnified) Laws iv 16.24 = O'C. 849 .
See also cit. under forcumang.
Cf. ar gcloinsin in ghotha don phrióir do chuir forcombal
45eir fo'n fhoirmsi ... : forcombhul ort a chréatúir Dia ...
co lobhra tú riumsa = adiuratio Lia Fáil i 135 .

forcomus n m. watch, guard: na raibh feichem na f. ¤ aca ar
Galloib ALC i 326.7 = forcomas, Ann. Conn. 1235 § 13 .

for-congair v (gairid) O.Ir. forms: pres. 1 s. forcongur Wb
50 19d25 . (rel.) forchongrimm 9d30 . 3 s. forcongair Ml 53a23 .
farcongair Wb 13a27 . (rel.) forchongair Sg 161b5 . -forgair
Sg 161b5 . impf. 3 s. farchoṅgrad Wb 32d9 . subj. pres.
1 pl. co forchongramni Wb 11b16a (len. irregular). fut. 1 s.
forconger LL 121b9 . pret. and perf. 3 s. forcongart PH
55 1115 . forrochongart Wb 20c9 . Ml 145d7 . forruchongart
145d8 (both rel.). forforcongart SR 1413 . fororconggart,
Trip. 66.17 . -forṅgart SR 3701 . Pass. pres. s. forcongarar
Ml 129b8 . perf. s. (with rel. inf., see Thurn. Gr. § 529 ).
forrorcongrad Sg 199b1 .
60 Vn. forṅgaire, later forcongra, q.v., pp., forngarte q.v.
Later treated as weak vb. with -f- fut. and -s- pret.,
see exx. below.
Commands, ordains with acc. or subord. clause of thing
commanded and DO, FOR of pers. (rarely with pers. as
65direct obj., cf. cesad fo neuch forrorcongrad Sg 199b1 ) :
a persainn ríg són forcongarar Ml 129b8 . is sain intí for-
c[h]ongair ┐ inti forsa forcongarar Sg 161b4 . lasinni forsa
forgair 161b5 . ní tú ... forta congair `it is not thou that
orderest them
' (viz. plagae) Ml 59c11 . farcongairsom ...
70labrad ilbélre Wb 13a27 . is hed in so forchongrimm 9d30 .
comallait ... nanní forcongair Dia doib Ml 146a1 . in tan
forcongair du doínib comallad a fírinne 94b3 . amal forn-
dacongair Dia doib ib. With Lat. infin.: forcongair intí
Duaid expectare , etc. Ml 53a23 . co forchongramni man-
75ducare Wb 11b16a . farchongrad baás do chách (gl. qui
habebat mortis imperium) Wb 32d9 . mina forngartar do
ria n-écaib, Laws ii 270.28 ( ZCP xiv 365 ). O'Dav. 949 .
amal forcongair athir dia maccaib Ml 129b7 . gusna maighnib
ina forcongartha ... doib a cur in which they were ordered
80to put it
Leb. Gab. i 116 . ataat ... inneuch forrochongart
Dia doib they are ... wherever God had ordered them Ml 145d7 .
forcongairfetsai ... dom ainglib co tisat PH 1761 . co
forṅgart dia mnaib cono tuctais ... in mac SR 3701 .
With Lat. dat. of pers.: forrochongart ... spiritalibus ...
85ut ... instruerent Wb 20c9 . lasse forcongur fírinni dúib
(referring to uerum dicens vobis) = announce ? Wb 19d25
díaro forcoingair in Comdiu for ainglib ... oslocud in talman
LU 1958 ( FA 2 ). forḟorcongair ... forru imtecht ordered
them to depart
LU 1861 . ro forcongair F. fora ṡlóghaibh gan a
ndiubhracadh itir FM iii 292 . ro forcongrad o P. for feraib
5Eirenn ar co tistais, Laws i 14.12 . fororconggart P. fair
a ethar do imrom, Trip. 66.17 (forórcongart 700 ). foror-
chongarsat forsan ffianlach ... sochaidhe dhíobh do thuidh-
echt, Hugh Roe 32.23 (f.9a) .
for na timnaib sin tra forrochongart Dia soíre domnaig
10do choimét `it is through these commands that God has en-
joined Sunday to be kept holy
' Ériu ii 200 § 16 .
Cf. forragart mor salm `has prescribed' BColm. 70.7 .