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forglid, forclid n i,m. (for-gell-) a witness: a p. foirclidi
85gl. testes) Ml 30a7 . atlaigim ... ar forclid aile PH 1579 .
tancatar na forglide ... do forcell ┐ do démniugud na hesergi
3376 . gu-f. ¤ a false witness: pl. gu-forglide PH 3151 . gu-
forglige 3144 . See fuirglid.

forglide adj io-iā (part. of for-gella) (a) attested, proven; true:
foirglidhe .i. fír, O'Cl. bid furglide cech gó falsehood will
5pass for truth (will be attested in evidence
?) RC xxvi 36 § 186 .
scel firen ... forglithe, CCath. 4501 . aircetal fesach f. ¤ ,
learned attestatory poem Fen. 274.12 . atbér co fír foirglidhi,
Lism.L. 4387 . Cf. a Meic Muire it foircclidhe, Anecd.
ii 33 .
10(b) of persons an epithet of praise, by most translators
connected with forglu and rendered ` chosen ' but prob.
an extension of foregoing in sense tested, approved, trust-
worthy = Lat. spectatus: rí fírén f. ¤ LL 273b1 . fer fegh
foirglidhi TBC 5447 St. flaith úasal ... forglidi, Fianaig.
15 78.27 . flaith firen forglidi, Ann. Conn. 1228 § 2 . gach
naemh fírén foirrcclighe, Cog. 12.7 . As subst. pl.: forne ┐
forglaigi ferrda ... Finngall MR 216.7 . diar muintirni ┐
... diar forglidib TBC² 315 = forclidib LU 4806 (hence
perh., foirglidhe .i. uaisle, O'Cl.). Rarely of things: fid
20forard f. ¤ , Ériu vii 4 § 4 (= foirclide 198 ).

forglithi (vb. necess. of for-gella): nocha f. ¤ do neoch ...
in ni nach deimin lais `one should not bear witness ... con-
cerning a thing of which he is not certain
' Laws i 84.22
Comm. = H 3.17, 401 .

25 forglu, later forgla Ped. surmises that his may be a vn. for-
mation from a compd. for-glenn (otherwise unattested)
influenced by forgu, Ped. ii 540 . (a) Choosing, to choose: du
farclu sech cach ndíne `to be chosen' Thes. ii 295.5 .
(b) Choice, i.e. pick, best part , folld. by part. gen. and
30referring to more than one individual: forgla .i. toga,
Lec. Gl. 100 ; Stowe Gl. 398 . f. ¤ (forclu v.l.) inna loeg
Hy v 50 (gl. .i. togu). co torchair ann E. ... ┐ f. ¤ Ulad ar
cheana AU 1003 . f. ¤ síl Ádhaim ule ... in lucht robátar
isin choblach, TTr.² 828 . forgla fer nhErend TBC 819 .
35 forgla ardnaomh nÉireann TD 7.10 . forglu cáich the picked
ones of all
11.29 . forgle (: Corpre) find `choice of fair women'
Met. Dinds. iii 70 (= forcle LL 153b19 ). fri forgla fert Met. Dinds. iii 110 .
forccla lath gaile ... na nGaoidhel, Cog. 42.12 . cf. forcla
glaslaithi na Tuath `flower of' Ann. Conn. 1315 § 11 . g s.
40 aideda ... forcla Tuathe D.D., LL 11a20 .
(c) in later lang. the greater part; the majority (cf. 1
formna (e)
): senoir ... ar caithemh forgla a aisi ZCP
vi 273y . do bí forgla sechtmuine innti AU ii 472.11 .
ḟorgla rāithe nearly three months FM iii 634y . co ro marbhadh
45R. ┐ forccla a ttarla ina timcheall `the greater number of
those around him
' v 1790.13 . atá forghla fear nÉirionn
'n ar n-aghaidh, Ériu v 52.13 . forghla a mbearar ... do
bhreathaibh díorgha most of the righteous judgments Content.
xvi 109 . a bhḟorgla na Heorpa the greater part of
50Europe
Mac Aingil 479.15 . d'f. ¤ (adv.): ro tinoil C. naim
Erend huili d'forglai assembled nearly all (?) the saints Fen.
140.8 . crodh Laighen uile d'forccla BNnÉ 219 § 107 . Mac
Neill ... ┐ a muinnter uile d'forgla AU ii 482y Ann. Conn
1346 § 2 (d'furgla). a n-eich ┐ a n-eidedh uile d'ḟ. ¤ do buain
55dibh AU iii 434.7 . Cf. no teigdis Ulaid [d']forgla (`die
erlesensten Männer von U.
') Sitzungsb. der preuss. Akad.
1919 v 92 § 6 .

forgnam: x see forgnem.

forgné n appearance; form: ni sai[ni]get i tomsib na tar-
60marcnib, sainigit immurgu i forgnéib cuibdius[a] IT iii
7 § 6 (forgnuis v.l.). i forgnib cuibdiusa ib. 25.1 .

forgnem, -gnam: n o,m. in early mod. Ir. supplemented by
foirgneadh, both forms being used side by side. The act
of building
, hence a building, structure , in sing. usually in
65collective sense. forgnem álaind, Maund. 115 = tighthi
roaille, Eg. ( RC vii 360 ). cetfoirgneam Erenn ... dorighnedh
le Parrtholon BB 25a54 . Magh L. do loscadh eidir forcnemh
┐ arbhar ALC ii 52 , Ann. Conn. 1377 = eter gort ┐ tegh AU
ii 558 . do milleadh ... a ḟoirgnemh ┐ a aittreabha FM v
701782.11 . lag an foirgneadh aga mbi fulang ... lag, Luc.
Fid. 338 . mur ḟear ... dheunta foirgnidh an architect 382 .
do rinneadar fairgniomh they built 2 Chron. xiv 7 . don
tí do ní foirgneadh a thighe, Jerem. xxii 13 . cion a choda
fein ag gach cómbráthair dá mbia ag íoc sa mbaile dochum
75foirgheanta do chur air who shall contribute to the place
in order to fortify it
ML App. 184.1 . in chuid nach cuirfidh
foirgneam ann `such part as shall not be occupied' ib. pl.
Temair ... iss inti atat na histoda ┐ na forgnama LL 264b15
( MU² 343 ). fianbotha ┐ foirccnemha (a military camp)
80 FM vi 2220.16 . robsat fiala ... a foirghneamha MR 102z .
foirgneadha áille easartha ML 76.4 . foircenta fír-aille
BCC § 355 . goirgenta, Fl. Earls 36.22 .

for-gní: v The examples given below seem mostly corrupt
or artificial forms representing different compds. of -gní.
85 Cf. ar-fognai, and do-gní. The meaning implied is usually
prepares, brings about, performs, contrives: ar dáig co for-
génmaís ar ndis debuid (= in order that a quarrel might be
caused between us
) LU 6069 . dia forgeni Cauland cerdd
oegidacht do C. 4975 = forngenai TBC² 486 . is hē rofargni
(: ardri) ro fes, | iss ē ardrí na n-ēces who created it (?) ZCP
5 viii 106 § 9 . (of a dog:) accumsa forroigene (: -fogébe
LL 273a19 ( RC xiii 393.1 ; forrodeine v.l.). pres. subj. (?):
nad orgenamarni fortsu in chomairli sin may we not act (?)
on that advice LL 173b46 ( CRR 17 ). similarly: nad orgena-
marni ḟoirbsi sin LL 175bx ( CRR 33 ); in both cases the speaker
10dissents from proffered advice. Cf. cach imḟorran forgeinsed
eturro BB 264b55 = imforgensad RC xxiv 186 ( YBL 188a ).