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fornéis n f. (vn. of for-indet) telling, declaring, disclosing:
f. ¤ choibsen divulging a confession LB 10b49 ( Céli Dé § 38 ).
fornes fir `declaration' O'Dav. 781 , 799 . g s. fiach fornei-
85sin [ = -en] do neoch forindet bidbudh, H 3. 18, p. 220bw ( O'C.
394 ). trian fornéisi i taidhi ... .i. trian a n-aisneis gach
raota acht tír, O'C. 2620 ( Eg. 88, 53a ). pl. atait .uii. forneisin
forsna talla aoth na eiric, O'C. 2594 (ib. 50c ) = faisnéisi,
O'D. 1703 ( H 2. 12⁸ p. 2 ) = foirneisi ... .i. ... firaisndeisi ...
nach forneis acht fir innisin fair .i. for duine, H 3. 18, 646b -
5 647a ( O'C. 1449 ). Cf. anáil ... foirneis anma tuarusgbháil
bethad, Ériu xiii 37.16 . foirnés bhuan beatha dé an anma
i gcurpaibh diosoillsi ib. x .

fornel n variant of airndel a trap: d p. fornelaib .i. for ēnaib,
Auraic. 114 = airnnelaib 2394 . Cf. ar linaib fer forndul,
10 Ériu i 116 § 6 ?

fornél n o,m. a great (overhanging ?) cloud or mist: forrnell
fola forrúaide IT ii2 133.283 (fórrnéal, fuarnél v.l.).

fornélach adj o-ā (fornél): flaith findnélach f. ¤ ( above clouds ?)
LL 120b8 .

15 ? fornem n the upper heaven (?): connách bia aingil for
forneim RC xxiv 382.20 (mod. vers. of TBithnua;
nothing corresp. in Ériu ii 136 ff . Cf. forníam).

fornert n o,n. later m. (cf. fornairt) superior strength or
power; somet. with notion of tyrannical power, oppression:
20 tocombaig a ṡlán ara f. ¤ `he is able to enforce his compen-
sation by his own strength
' Crith G. 415 ( Laws iv 326 ).
tria f. ¤ a chumactan (= potentia) PH 4814 . risna ragbad ...
fír catha na fornirt comlaind TBC 5083 . foirneart gliadh
TD 17.1 . go madh foirnert ar ḟeraibh an bheatha more
25than a match for
ITS v 142.13 . gabsat f. ¤ ┐ forlamus for
forba Crimthainn RC xxiv 178.1 . niis forge goi na écin
na forniurt he cannot violate them by violence or overmight
Laws iv 334.12 ( Críth G. 526 ). batar ... i forniurt co ras
airg Hercoil LL 223b7 ( TTr. 457 ). ba foirneart an flaith-
30eamhnas, Content. v 182 . foirnert ar bhochtuibh, Luc.
Fid. 156.15 . an duine doní fóirneart ar fhuil dhuine, Prov.
xxviii 17 . ag déanamh foirneirt ┐ fairbríogha orra, TSh.
6652 .

fornertmar adj o-ā possessing superior strength, puissant:
35 féigi forneartmar fine ... Neill MR 150.24 . fan droing
ḟoirneartmhair TD 16.9 . As v.l. to fornirt, MU² 653 . See
fornairt.

for-nessa v ā strikes, kicks, tramples (?): fornessa a orddain
she hits his great toe RC xi 452 = fornessae ZCP
40 iii 255.1 . fornessa sleig culind ... hi coiss Con Culaind
he drives a holly-stake into C.'s leg (?) LU 6021 = fosnessa
sleig TBC 2187 . easairg F.B. sleig ... a bond ... do, Eg. 93 .
fut. for-da[t]-nesiub-sa [fortatnaesabsu, Eg.] fri glasleca
inn atha I will crush thee against IT ii2 246 ( YBL 55b29 ).
45 Fig. spurns: fornesa cerd n-eiccsi, Ériu xiii 14.2 (= fornesa
ceird n-eicsi .i. dobeir tainsimh for eladhain na n-eces,
O'Dav. 861 ). Cf. ad-nesa ceird n-é. Ériu xiii 19.5 (the gl. 56.1
seems to belong to the latter).

forngabál, forngaib: x see forgabál, forgaib.

50 forngaire, forgaire n io,n. (vn. of for-congair) O.Ir. forms:
n s. forṅgaire Wb 10a27 . forgare Sg 161b6 . (with art.)
a forgaire Ml 62c5 . a s. forṅgaire SR 8167 . d s. forṅgairiu
Wb 31c21 . Ml 120c8 . forgairiu 100b24 . a p. inna forgaire
53c13 . d p. du forgairib 66c3 , 103d27 . Cf. forcongra.
55(a) an admonition, injunction, direction: gl. praeceptum
Ml 53c13 . 66c3 . 103d27 ; imperium Wb 31c21 . forngaire
.i. furáileamh, O'Cl. minbad forggairi mo Ríg, Trip. 106.17
(1199) . iar timnu, iar forṅgaire SR 2570 . co f. ¤ firinde,
Arch. iii 320 § 98 . a f. ¤ a ceann by order of their chiefs Laws
60 ii 290.19 (`Gutheissung') ZCP xiv 376 ). a forrngaire tuaithe,
H 3. 17, 363 ( OD. 465 ) = forcongra, Laws v 142 . a forgaire
Mail Muire `by the advice of M.' AU 1012 . cin go roib in
t-athair ag forrngaire a ndenma (of contracts), Laws v
286.10 Comm. aes f. ¤ (a class of persons incapable of making
65contracts by themselves) ZCP xiii 23.23 (`Leuten unter
Befehl
' Bürgsch. § 37 ). cen f. ¤ .i. na graidh flatha, O'C.
2581 ( Eg. 88, 49b ).
As gramm. term imperative: forgaire, Gild Lor. 1 .
(b) a warning notice: imme co f. ¤ `a fence with a pro-
70clamation of trespass
' Triads 140 . bruig ... iarna ime ┐
a forngairi `after its fencing and notice' Laws v 462.28
Comm. fergnío fri forngairi ndoris `to guard the door'
(? to challenge in the gate) iv 338.15 = forngaire ndoirseo,
Críth G. 592 . forngairi thiri (a work allowed on Sunday),
75 Anecd. iii 22.7 . Cf. bera gach nurconn contuaisi i f. ¤ sochar
no dochar dognither fiadha, O'C. 2397 ( Eg. 88. 31aa ) =
a f. ¤ sochair no dochair, H 3. 17, 463.26 ( O'D. 623 ). gach
dinnis go foltaib fíra .i. corp ┐ sair ┐ f. ¤ , O'C. 2578 ( Eg.
88, 49a ).

80 forngarthe adj io-iā (part. of for-congair) ordered, commanded:
n p. amtar forngarti (gl. iussi) Sg 31b7 (leg. -thi ?).

forngarthid, forgarthid n i (a) in gramm. the imperative
mood: forngarthaid Sg 147b6 . cen forṅgarthid 163b2 .
is for forṅgartaid ... dutiagar á `manifestare' Ml 101c6 - 7 .
85 as forgartaid am `manifestare' ib. n p. forgartaidi ib.
a p. forngartaidi 81c4 - 6 .
(b) an emperor (= Lat. imperator): Othalinus ... ba
forṅgairthid ... do Rómanchaib SR 2367 . Cf. forcon-
garthid
.