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forim(m)el n m. (imbel) edge, outer border, outskirts: a f. ¤ na
cuiled, Ériu viii 121y . co forimell tsleibe Cúa, Acall. 2843 .
85 cum foirimill an chuirp `towards the exterior parts of the
body
' Reg. San. c. vii . go teid an tes a bforimill sa tsam-
radh, c. xvi . dob é an foirimiol é `the uttermost part' Josh.
xv 1 .

forim(m)ellach adj o-ā (forimmell) outer, external: cum na
mball f. ¤ RC xlix 9.8 . d'follamnugud na mball forimillach
5` extremities ' O'Gr. Cat. 182.3 . on tes forimeallach , Reg.
San. c. xvi . ler ngniomhradh foirimealach, O'Hussey
T.C. 158 . onoir inmheadhónach ┐ ḟoirimiolach, Luc. Fid.
102z . go foiriomlach, 1 Pet. iii 3 (1681 ; don táobh amuigh
1602 ), hence foiriomlach, Kirk, miswritten foromlach,
10 Eg. Gl. 297 . Superl. san dorchadas is foirimeallaighe
( = in tenebras exteriores) TSh. 6298 .

? for-imrig v (cf. ad-rig, fo-rig) binds or contracts mutually (?) :
forreghtar, forimregthar ZCP iii 237 § 27 . But cf. for-
imthét
.

15 forimthecht n ā,f. vn. of for-imthét. Walking about ; going
on one's way, proceeding: f. ¤ coss, Tec. Corm. § 2.25 . da
chumoil dí chos ar formteacht two cumals for the legs because
of (their support in) walking
Laws iv 362.3 . cin coisi, di
bemium no forimtecht mignima `crime of foot, by kicking,
20or moving to evil deeds
', Laws i 238.12 . forimtecht digla do
greise `setting out to avenge an aggression' 296.18 . nima-
lotar ... fir Midhe fri f. ¤ (i.e. on a foray) AU i 529 n. 10 =
FM ii 768 (`to over-run').

? for-imthét v goes about or around ; (trans.) calls on, solicits,
25 canvases (= Lat. ambire ?) ni : togramar [?] nach losc ... ni
foirmtéit nach anbobracht (physically unfit persons are
not to be called to arms) H 3. 17, c. 438.3 ( O'D. 554 ). Cf.
for-imrig.

? forind : n ni taircetlum damu fo forindi nā cuingi nā carru
30 BB 498a36 ( IT ii2 105 ) = ni taircellam d. fo chuinge, Alex.
861 . gurbha marb mac calma Cairill | glac Badhba gan
f. ¤ uadh BB 52b42 (possibly d s. of foirenn). Fergus f. ¤ , TFerbe
894 (= forfind acc. to Windisch).
Cf. forrind.

35 fo-rinda v (rind- `mark') signifies ; expresses: Nabla didiu
cruit deichdi ... is anuas sennair nodforndither a ceol indi,
Hib. Min. 1.23 = notfornither i ciul, Harl. ; `its music is
denoted in that
' transl. ; from above it is played (&) its music
expressed (formed) in it
(?). Prob. a corruption of doforndither,
40see do-foirndea.

for-indet v (cf. ad-fét, -in-fét) tells, announces, discloses:
fer forindit caemdu (.i. fer indisis a caemdu), Laws v 132.5
(134.19) = forindet , O'Dav. 511 . fordindet in boc feisin
dú indaes, Trip. 180.25 (2121 = fordinnid, O'Cl. s.v. dinnid).
45 trí forindet cach n-umal, Triads 191 (glossed .i. do ní fáisneis
ar in umhal, p. 4 ).
See forndéis and forndisse.

forinnsce n iā,f. for-innsci superior gender gl. on fer-innsce,
Auraic. 575 .

50 fo-rír Apparently prep. FO followed by rír. For alliteration
in strict verse the division may be fo-rír or for-ír, 24 P 8,
42a ( Syntact. Tr. p. 80 ). interj. expressing sorrow or dismay,
alas ! fuarir, ron lād a Pardos SR 1483 . a mic R. fó rir
(: síd) LU 3540 ( SC 29 ). forír ! ní hiodan mo lámh, Ériu
55 iii 148 § 2 . f. ¤ ... bidat mo na huilc, CCath. 988 . fa-ríor is
iomdha ... TSh. 3641 . iomdha ann sin fa-ríor, féinnidh
fras-ghonta, 6609 . fa-rír IGT, Decl. ex. 1019 . fa rīr ! rab
olc ar ndīl ort, Arch. iii 235 § 30 . foirir TBC 4492 St =
faráor H.

60 forlabar adj o-ā loquacious: basa gáeth nipsa f. ¤ basa thrén,
Tec. Corm. p. 16 n. 11 = forlob[ ] LL 343d48 ; leg. forlobar
very weak (?).

forláeg, farrláeg n o,m. a name for abortion in cattle ;
false pregnancy (?) : farlaegh .i. tilgan, Trans. Phil. Soc.
65 1859, 185 ( H 3. 18, 70c2 ) = farrlaic .i. telgon , Lec. Gl. 435
(fairlig .i. teilgcan M. 246 ). masa indlaegh rugadh amach
hi ┐ ise indlaegus ata indte, farrlaegh, is a beith amail
difothidh de, uair is o imarcraid fliuchaidechta do nithar
he, O'C. 690 ( H 3. 18, 334 ) = forlaeg ... di fotha dé O'C. 1108
70( H 3. 18, 448a ).

-forlaig v with FOR lies on, presses on, overwhelms: nā forlaighed
foraib-si ... an t-imat adbal, CCath. 5076 (hor-
laicched, hurlaiceath v.l.). Cf. otconncadar D. an men-
manradh doronsat ro orlaic orra an cath do thabairt `they
75hesitated to give battle
' Cog. 214.8 (= do sochtadh leo fán
gcath do thabhairt, Keat. iii 4584 ). Cf. (perhaps) fo-léci
and ar-léci. But the latter ex. suggests a comparison with
urlacad, q.v.

forlaim(m) n n,n. (vn. of for-ling) leaping (on, over) (?) : forleim
80slan (a good point in a horse), O'Curry 1864 ( 23 P 3, 20a ).
a chluiche oc forláim a gaiscid `in leaping to his weapons'
LU 6946 ( BDD 57 = a chuicligi oc forlaimm Y, ic urtócbáil,
Eg. ; cf. forling a gaisced ib.). Hence prob. : forláimh
.i. fír-léim ; ag forláimh ar a ghaisgeadh, O'Cl. In Laws
85some kind of trespass (= airlim ?) : cethrime meich ina
fórlim, Laws iv 80.31 Comm. Cf. ni fothu firinne forlaim ndala
dliged inna aile, ii 130.20 (< H 3. 18, 378 ).