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for-dingair v (gair-`call' Ped. ii 535 ) signifies, expresses:
pres. 3 s. artt trede fordingair .i. art uasal, ... art .i. dia, ...
art dono cloch `art' signifies three things Corm.Y 26 ; simi-
larly 27 , 584 (fordiṅgair), 1270 . láith .i. dede fordangair
85.i. l. gaile ┐ l. med 811 (fordingair, Bodl.). 3 pl. inna
teoir ranna sa is oínrann fardiṅgrat Sg 26b13 . inna [n]dúle
fordingrat 66a2 . huare ata ṅdúli beodai fordiṅgrat 117a1 .
is fo dobertar inna anman fonna inni fordi[n]grat Ml 37a14 .

fordinge n (decl. uncertain, cf. TTr.2 below). Mid. Ir. vn.
of for-ding. Pressing, compressing; oppressing, crushing .
5 f. ¤ forlonn `very violent urging' Tec. Corm. § 25 . conid hé
Michél dotháet ... dia f. ¤ LU 1427 ( RC xxi 386 ). o 'tchonn-
airc in fordingi móir dorat Hector forru, TTr.² 1042 =
fordingi mor LL 404b13 . ro sraoínead ... for mharcṡluagh
Uí N. ..., ┐ ro bás occa ffoirdhinge ina ndiúidh gan díchell
10`they were pressed in the pursuit' FM v 1812.18 . a nert ┐
a lamha da fordingi, CCath. 1115 = compressas tenuisse
manus, Phars. ii 292 . a cheann do bhuain de is a chur
fána sliasaid da ḟoirdhinge `to press it beneath their thighs'
Keat. iii 3299 . fri fourbaid fordingi (of the accent `airnin')
15 Auraic. 3647 . As allegor. npr. m.: Diumusach mac For-
dinge, Anecd. ii 49 .

for-diubair v (cf. do-opair) deprives, defrauds: pass. pres. ni
fordiubarar (.i. noco diubarar) Laws iii 24.27 (26.1) ( SM
Facs. 48b ).

20 fordiucailse adj io-iā (pp. of for-diuclainn) devoured: n p.
amal bemmis fordiucailsi (gl. deuorati) Ml 134b5 .

? fordiuchtrathar v (cf. do-fiuchtr-) awakes: 1 s. pres. ni
fordiuchtror forduain n-indlisi ar cotlud IT iii 39 § 31
(= Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 24 § 1 ) = fordruchtar H 3.17, c. 778.36
25( O'Don. 979 ). The form is doubtful, `for' may be the
prep. in each place. See Thurn. ZCP xvii 274 , xix 202 .

fordiuclaimm n n,n. (vn. of for-diuclainn) devouring: for-
diuclaim ... inna námat [sic leg.] huan tenid Ml 104b5 .
fordiuclaimmaim [sic] 102a10 - 11 . d s. di fordiuclaimmim
30mu th[u]aithe si (ref. to devorant plebem meam) 34b6 . intí
bed tressa do fordiuclaim alaili 19d5 (ref. to more bestiarum).
dia fordiuclaim 75b4 . ro boí hi tairngire don pheist ...
fordiuglaim lochta in puirt uile LU 9086 ( FB 83 ). g s. ag
togro fordiucluime na n-anmonn, Aisl. Tund. 100.2 = ag
35togra na n-anmann ... do ṡlugud, p. 126 .

for-diuclainn v (glenn- `glean,' Ped. ii 540 ) devours,
swallows: fordiuglann amail peist ZCP iv 243.24 (= for-
diuclann, Ériu iii 6 . fordiuclannaid LL 371a37 ). subj. pres.
3 s. ar nach[a]t fordiucail in fer sommae Ml 36a32 . pl.
40 fortamdiucuilset sa (gl. vorare me) 44c32 . pret. co rosfor-
diuclaind in muir uile BB 206a23 ( LBretnach, Van Hamel
p. 22 = rosforrodoglaeseat, Todd Nenn. 48 ). Pass. pres. rel.
amal as trait forṅdiuclannar ade .i. in cháill huan tenid
Ml 104b5 . fut. fordiuguilsiter (gl. vorabuntur) 84d2 .
45 Vn. fordiuclaimm, q.v. Cf. next.

fordiuclammaid v (fordiuclaimm) devours, swallows: is i
fordiuclomos na santaigh, Aisl. Tund. 99.5 . subj. pres.
idbram [in anmoin] do Lucifer co ra fordiucluma 108.2 .

fordiuclantaid n i,m. a devourer: lorc didiu angbaid nó
50lainn-fordiuclandtaid (= avidus devorator), Dinds. 9 (= BB
357a46 ) = fordiuglantaid, O'Mulc. 780 .

for-dlig v is entitled to: ni fordlig sim ceart na dliged o duine,
Laws v 174.19 (= ni fordlegaidh sium cert do o duine, O'C.
2221 [ Eg. 88, f.16a ]. ni fordligsom cert do o duiniu [.i. ni
55dligenn ni do reir cirt ó duine] SM Facs. 53b3 ).

fordoérig v = for-da-érig. See for-érig.

fordoirside adj io-iā (fordorus) having a lintel or overporch:
dar fuinneógaib f. ¤ faircsena na flatha MR 270.12 ( YBL
311a1 ).

60 fordonn adj o-ā very brown or swarthy: laech fíchda fordond
LL 266a43 ( MU² 583 ). tri fuilt fordonna LL 266b15 (ib. MU² 608 ).

fordorcha adj io-iā very dark; louring: neolla f. ¤ , CCath. 3921 .
Fig. obscure, unintelligible: is dall f. ¤ dūibsi, Ériu ii 104 § 14 .
son forrdorcha, Auraic. 5 . for indscib ... f. ¤ na filidechta,
65 Laws v 10.22 Comm. Severe, threatening: fordorca eiccen-
nais fri maccu báis BNnÉ 42x . As subst.: f. ¤ n-oidchi,
Corm.Y 437 . f. ¤ na haidhchi, CCath. 1472 . dobertis for-
dorchu [ = ad ?] for dreich éscai 3942 . gu rus aigill tre
ḟordhorcha ḟilidhechta addressed him in obscure poetical
70diction
Cóir Anm. 272 .

fordorchad n u,m. darkening, obscuration: atconncadar
fordorcad for ruithnib ... na greni, CCath. 850 . Fig. of
cryptic language: f. ¤ indsce, Anecd. v 26 n. 11 . inni rothor-
machtatar filid tria f. ¤ , Auraic. 22 .
75 Cf. prec.

fordorchaid v darkens, obscures: co fordorchai[d] soillsi in
lae, CCath. 364 .

fordorchaide adj io-iā = fordorcha: cendais ... fri maccu
bethad ... fordorchaidi ēcennais fri maccu báis, Trip.²
80 650 ; 3072 . Anecd. ii 19 .

fordorus n o,n. and m. (a) an outer doorway or gate: isin
ngríanan for f. ¤ in dúne LU 8586 ( FB 44 ). dolluid M. for f. ¤
ind liss immach isin n-aurlaind LU 8718 ( FB 54 ). f. ¤ na cathrach
do thuttim LL 242b46 ( TTr. 1940 ; `outer gate' Stokes;
85 lintel ? Nothing of this in Dares, where the content of
the dream is not given. Cf. Delb ... roboí ... isin stuag-
dorus robo leis don chathraig, a cend do thuitim don deilb-
sin in the corresp. passage in TTr.² 1129 ).
(b) a lintel: tech n-ninchis ... fithi ind co ruici f. ¤ , H 3.18,
373b ( O'C. 807 ). (cf. Críth G. 99 ). boísium ... ina bothiniu,
5f. ¤ bec uasa chind. adcomaiṅg a chend immon f. ¤ LL 278b1 .
aircet ... in crand búi 'na fordoros, Acall. 789 . a fhuil
d'esrédiugud for f. ¤ in tige ┐ for a n-ersannaib (of the
Paschal lamb) PH 5101 . banna d'f. ¤ i n-aimsir foilc.
TTr.² 1695 . dorass na heguilsi ... itir di ursain is
10fordhoruss, Fl. Earls 250.14 . lingis L. amach ┐ tarla
fardoras an tighe do chúl a chinn, Keat. ii 3281 = benaid
a mullach imon f. ¤ , Death-tales 22 . go mbuaileann
... béim fleisge ré fardorus ar chomhlaidh a choguais,
TSh. 6898 . fárdhorus, Desid. 1916 (see Gloss.). an
15fárdorus ┐ an dá ursuinn, Exod. xii 22 . co n-ersandaibh
... co fordoirsibh cuiprisibh TBC 5606 St. tech miodh-
chuarta ..., urárd n-airgsionach a f. ¤ , dronchaol a chomla,
Ériu xiii 40.15 . fó débí [ = fo dí bí LU 8187 ] in righthighe,
inann sin ┐ in fordorus ┐ in tairrsech, uair is iat sin in da
20chrann tar a téd na bí amuich ┐ amach, O'C. 1322 (< H 3.18,
608a ; see Ériu xiii 232 ).