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fo-reith v (reth-; cf. Lat. succurrere, subvenire). ipv. 2 s.
f-a-rith, Fél. Ep. 407 . 3 s. fairtheth ZCP xi 92.2 . pres.
85 1 s. for-riuth ZCP v 503.17 . 3 s. fodoreith, H 3.18, 214a .
forith, Mon. Tall. § 85 . 3 pl. fo-d-rethat ZCP xi 93.4 (see
below). The subj. forms are not always distinguishable
from those of fo-rig: pres. subj. 3 s. fo-rē, Bürgsch. § 53 .
con-don-foír (: noíb.) Hy v 89 (this peculiar form is com-
mented on by Thurn., Gr. 392 ). fut. 3 s. fumré-se, Thes. ii
5241.13 ( Arm. 18a1 ). 3 pl. farrēsat ZCP xi 92 § 10 . sec. fut.
3 s. foreissed Mon. Tall. § 90 (? Possibly this belongs to
fo-rig). pret. and perf. 3 s. farāith TBC² 2923 . cf. furráith,
Thes. ii 241.14 ( Arm. 18a1 ). fororaid Hy v 32 . 3 pl. fos-
ráthatar LU 4901 .
10(a) succours, helps (with acc. of pers. or thing): farith
asin (v.l. issin; arin) tsnímsa `help him out of this sadness'
Fél. Ep. 407 . fairtheth a thuatha let him succour his peoples
ZCP xi 92 § 10 . forith ... ind soscele ┐ cobrid inda han-
manna ... amal forith uiuos, Mon. Tall. § 85 . ro foraith
15ésium ma gabáil ind uird sin helped him by adopting that
order
BColm. 24.26 (see ZCP viii 592 ). fedait ... dichuind
... fīr fo-rethar the irrational ( = minors) produce testimony
that is supported
Bürgsch. p. 19 . fo-ráith már ṅgur ṅgalar
`she succoured ... diseases' (supported, endured? The
20commentary shows uncertainty about the meaning) Fél.
Jan. 15 . ? forriuth a n-écnach (a misspelling? But perhaps
this belongs to for-reith) ZCP v 503.17 . Here probably:
co fórsed do Ultaib terchomrac slóig LU 4700 ( = foirsed
TBC² 227 . Rendered `till U. should have completed' Fara-
25day, Cattle-raid, as if from for-fen, but that would not
explain the -s-). Cf. (b).
(b) in Laws takes the place of, is equivalent to, constitutes:
foreith arra anarra `arra' articles are equivalent to `anarra'
articles Laws iii 152 . cf. iv 36.29 . acht ni fo-ressat a frithfolta
30oitsiu save what is compensated by equivalent services on thy
part
Bürgsch. 15 § 51c . acht ní fo-rē tairic ┐ dingbail ...,
17 § 53 . Cf. achgabail ( = athgabáil) crui foreith a saidbre
Laws i 214.30 ( = foreth a set iarcru, H. 3.7, 83 ; cf. H
3.18, 372a and O'C. 2687 ). ocht n-arnaile ... forrethat int
35eitged Laws iii 94.12 ( = forregara n-e., H 3.18, 400.16 ). (C)orus
fine feneachus fodoreith, H 3.18, 214a . See also foirse and
for-reith.
(c) in: arnap co faill ... fonna fod-rethat (of a charioteer)
ZCP xi 93.4 . the meaning seems to be ` support .' Cf.
40the variant text ib. 83.9 .

? forélaid n i sage (?): issed dogniat ind forelaid BB 499a30
( IT ii2 106 , perhaps corrupt) = ind [ḟ]ellsaib `the philo-
sophers ' Alex. 970 ( Anecd. v 6.22 ).

fo-rémid : x see fo-émid.

45 for-érig v (FOR repl. AR ?): rises before (in respect), with inf.
pron. 3 s. f.: tanic Brigīt: fordoeraigh in sluagh, Lism. L.
327.18 . pret. fordoeracht 320.6 .

foréscaide adj io-iā superlunar: foréscaidi (gl. epagomenas)
Thes. ii 33.28 .

50 for-éta v is able: is infechtain farétfa nech imtecht, TTr.²
543 . pass. impers. farétar co ndingiun toil Priaim it is
possible I may do
341 ( = LL 400b45 ). ? ate cethri saidbri
foretat ind rig possess, have at their disposal (?) Rawl. 150a1
= BB 174b16 (foretadh).
55 Cf. fétaid.

foretar, -etatar x see forfinnadar, ro-finnadar.

forétromm adj o-ā very light fig. thoughtless, foolish: banscál
ḟedbda ḟ. ¤ (of Miriam) SR 4646 .

forfáiblige adj [-ide ?] io-iā (fáball) fabulous: formolta fása
60... forḟáiblige na filed MR 190.5 ( YBL 306a32 ).

forfaíle x = forfaílid : bidh forbfaoile `be of good cheer ' Ériu
v 126 § 12 . beith forbfaoile gradhach 130 § 39 . cém for[ḟ]-
aeli BR 84.21 = forḟaeli BB 271b4 .

forfaílech adj o-ā joyous, in high spirits: fiadhaighe fuileach
65forbfaoileach ` convivial ' FM v 1726 . do bhuí ... go for-
bhfaoileach roimhe ML 40.17 ( = forbfhaīlidh ML² 561 ).
Probably scribal corruptions, see next, and forfaíltech.

forfaílid, forb(f)aelid adj i (fáilid) very glad, joyous: ni forbáelid
mo popa Laeg dia athiusc LU 5999 ( = forboeilig TBC²
70 1530 ). ba forbaelid cach uile de sin, Acall. 5359 . ba subach
forbailid ro caithed in aidchi, Aen. 401 . ba forbailid lais
in áirc ... do thorachtain LB 130b8 . gnúis ... forbfáoilidh
BNnÉ 280.22 . bá subhach forbfaoiligh cealla ┐ tuatha dia
thoidhecht FM v 1314 . co feramail furbailigh ZCP vi 67.7 .
75 pl. at forbaeltiseom LU 2277 ( FA 33 ). mor ndeighfer ...
forbfailidh, CCath. 6025 . ro fersat na hingena forbhḟailig
fris BB 236b38 (= failte LB 114a15 , fīrchaīn fāilti YBL
62b36 ) is evidently corrupt.

forfaíligid v g rejoices (over): cech met ro atlaigset ┐ for-
80bailigset crochad Crist LB 154b9 .

forfaílte n iā,f. (fáilte) joy, rejoicing: na fíreóin co subu ┐
forbáelti LU 2100 ( FA 16 ; failti LB). ferais frais forfailti fris
SR 2951 . Esp. of gladness at seeing someone, welcome: dogni
forffailte friu, Fl. Earls 42.14 . forffailte ... fris gach n-aon
85 180.10 . rob adhbhal méd na forfáilti fuair FM v 1772.14 .
ro bhaoí damhna ... acca dia fforbháilte fris vi 1924.13 .