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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 ).

forgnúis n i,f. g s. inna forgnúso Sg 198a4 . forgnúsa 203a2 .
forggnuso 216b3 . forgnuso Ml 40a20 . na forgnuse , Hib.
Min. 9.304 . forgnuisi, Auraic. 1262 .
15(a) face, countenance; superficies: déra ... dar forgnusib
┐ gruadhib PH 4321 . do deochatar ... dorchai dar forgnuis
in talman, Trip. 56.10 (forgnúis 568 ).
(b) appearance, form ; in gramm. form (of a word as
distinct from meaning): ní hi f. ¤ ... acht is hi cēill Sg 139a1 .
20 i forgnuis ainmneda, Auraic. 1643 . tre forgnuis adrubamar
na diglaime so `by a figure' Laws i 240.12 Comm. forgnuis
oenlibuir dianechtair ┐ ilpsailim hi mmedhon, Hib. Min.
7.217 . gúbretha (.i. gó intib iar f. ¤ ┐ fīrinni iar ṅdligud)
Caratnia 1 . In Sg 216b3 f. ¤ seems to refer to Lat. signifi-
25cantia, cf. also hi f. ¤ (gl. in commoditate) 137b6 . forgnuis
cantana doroine int ugdar ann the author merely seems to
say so
(i.e. on examination his real meaning is seen to be
different), Cóic Conara 39 § 55 .

forgoin: x see forguin.

30 ? forgomach adj o-ā (1 forgab ?) thrusting; piercing (?): ba
fuileach f. ¤ an fiadhugudh ro fersat ... fri aroile (of warriors
in battle) ZCP xiv 240.17 . Leg. forgonach?

forgonaid v pierces, wounds: pass. pret. do feannadh ┐ do
forghonadh , TSh. 9631 .

35 1 forgráin n horror; fearsomeness: re forgrain a faircsena
MR 180.15 .

2 forgráin n point of a spear: slinn na sleigi ┐ a f. ¤ , Acall.
1726 (fograinne v.l.).
See fográin.

40 forgráinne adj io-iā (g s. of abstr. ?) fearsome, dreadful, hideous:
bachlach ... forgrainne LU 9183 ( FB 91 ). laech forgrainni
LU 3116 ( SG 237 ). scairb caillighi ... forgrainne (of Erichtho),
CCath. 3955 .

forgránda adj io-iā fearsome, dreadful: laech forgránna LL
45 113a36 ( Sc.MD 13 ). ba fuachda forgranda ... tuaruscbail
ind fir FB 37 Eg. ( IT i 271 ). ba forgranda aduathmar ...
in conair, Aen. 1296 . ba fraochda forgranna an fiadhucchadh
... tuccatur (i.e. a volley from their guns) FM vi 2116.15 .

forgruamda adj io-iā very surly, grim: borbsluag ... f. ¤ MR
50 194.12 . tar an ffairrgi ... forgruamdha, Leb. Gab. i 122
n. 7 . ba ... forgruamdha an fiadhucchadh fuair (of Essex,
on his return to England) FM vi 2142 .

forg(g)u, forgo n (for etym. see Binchy, Temple Univ.
Journal of Celtic Studies i p. 148 ) choice; gen. in concrete
55sense the pick, the best , folld. by part. gen. and, unlike
forglu, referring to one individual. f. ¤ ... .i. cuilmen (= cul-
men `apex'), O'Mulc. 585 . Cathair Már ba f. ¤ delb LL
50a5 ( Hail Brigit § 17 ). f. ¤ fear Fergus TBC² 3607 . forgo
set (.i. in set is fir-toghaide), Laws v 436.24 (quoted by
60O'Cl. with gl. .i. rogh séd). forgu do rathuib daim (.i. is
daor cach fer oc na biat ...) H 3. 17, c. 416 ( O'Don. 513 ).
forggu dine `choicest of a herd' Laws iv 308.3 ( Críth G. 138 :
`the pick of the yearling beasts ?'). forga sciath, Anecd.
ii 58 . forggu maithe ZCP xiii 378.1 . Cf. forcu Dechtere
65(= D.'s darling? of Cú Chualainn) LL 122b47 . pl. na tri
forgo tuaithe for righ tuaithe, O'Don. 34 (< H 3. 17, c. 32 ).
Cf. coronerail [i.e. Moses] bar forgo dia degaltrom, Rawl.
43b44 (mispr. ba f. ¤ SR 3708 ) = non irailenn for deagdaeinib
dia altrum Bk. of Hy Many 128ra x .
70 Cf. foircimem (see Binchy, l.c. Journal of Celtic Studies p.149 ) and forga.

forguidech adj o-ā suppliant (?): gl. foirg séig, O'Mulc. 582 .

1 forguin n i,n. piercing, wounding; a wound: dobeir f. ¤
dun gai BB 435b45 . ic fogail ┐ ic f. ¤ for Gallaib, Cog. 58.18 .
an dá guin ┐ an dá fhorgoin RC xi 324.3 . is fuileach faobh-
75rach a bhforghona, Todd Lect. iv 74.1 .

2 forguin ind (= orguin ?): nocha tabarr forgoin dara inn
forin ngeimen a bualad (etym. gl. on ni inorgaiter gaimin),
BCrólige § 61 , Comm. 12 : `no thrust over its end is dealt').

forí n g,m. an under-king LL 311c35 (gl. ruiri).

80 for-íada v ā shuts up, closes: trí glais foríadat rúine, Triads
203 . foriadthar in loc sin for diabal BNnÉ 64.1 . Con-
cludes: sluag Iuil ... fortn-íada ard áge, Fél. July 31 . mí
Mái ... di prím-ḟéil fortn-édae (-iadae v.l.) `thou shalt close
it
' May 31 . Fig. in legal sense: flaith foradnaisg, ase
85foriadha, Ériu xiii 21.27 = flaith foridnaisc isi foridiada
.i. deroisci, O'Dav. 1089 . atat rudrada ... foriadhat dilsi
cach selba (`i.e. prescription in certain cases is a bar to
claims' Plummer, Slips), H 3.18, p. 231a ( O'C. 422 ). cis
lir fola foran-iadat dilsi cacha sealba as na tindaigtear
cid diubairt? Laws v 500.9 (the gloss: fir-iadus, shows
5that the verb is a compd. here). Cf. eibirt nemda, for a
niada comscribeann deoda, 450.3 . as sruithiu naidm i
suidhiu, ar foriada side forsa ndliged ZCP xiii 22.33 [`sperrt
das "Soll" ein (macht es belanglos)
' Bürgsch. § 31 ]. athgab-
ail for-n-iatar i n- ecnairc nech `a distress that has been
10taken
' (impounded ?) Laws ii 124.28 Comm. , probably =
... forsa n-i., see iadaid.