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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
.

forníam n (níam) splendour, decoration: foirniam rígda,
5 O'Gr. Cat. 405.24 . a nIrrus as ūr f. ¤ , Hy Fiachr. 216.4 .
caileach airccid co fforneimh óir fair ` burnishing ' FM
ii 1032.7 . ? connách bía aingil for forneim nách aithrébadh
delb RC xxiv 382.20 (`ciel supérieur' transl.) = co nach
bia aingil edrocht YBL 86a26 .

10 forníamad n u,m. beautifying, decorating: a dá bróic ...
fhindruine co f. ¤ óir SG 239y . ar na f. ¤ a dathaib digraissi
LL 219a8 ( TTr. 141 ).

forníamda adj io-iā (forníam) lustrous, decorated: tri clāir f. ¤
BB 241b33 (prose vers. of SR 4237 where there is no adj.).

15 forníata adj io-iā (cf. nia `champion. ?) overbearing, warlike,
pugnacious (sometimes in unfavourable sense): fer fergach
f. ¤ (of Caesar) CCath. 347 . flaith f. ¤ YBL 307b47 (misprinted
formata MR 214.20 ). fodhmoir fíchmar f. ¤ , St. Ercuil 715 .
cona foirind ḟoirniata ḟír-misgnigh, Hugh Roe 6.7 (f. 1b) .
20 gnúsi na ndémna ... forniatta PH 4324 . Of horses: sgor
fráechda foirniata IGT, Decl. ex. 94 . cf. do imgabh in
Liath Macha ... hé, ┐ do bi co fraochda f. ¤ fris, Comp. ConC.
92.10 . Of actions, etc.: comrucc fichdai forniatai, St.
Ercuil 1327 . ba fergach ... f. ¤ ... in fobairt tucsat forro,
25 Aen. 3048 . ba foruallach f. ¤ ... an feogad [ = fégad] dobertsat
... for a mbidbadaib, CCath. 2840 . gníomh foirniata TD
25.37 . Of things: fiacla f. ¤ St. Ercuil 1238 . finnfadh f. ¤
1240 .
Advb.: ro thenc co f. ¤ fair `looked fiercely ' St. Ercuil
30 1281 .

fornigid x see fóirithnigid.

? fornit: ind Polimestar f. ¤ LL 233a9 ( TTr. 1177 ). Both words
corrupt. Cf. Dares xiv .

fornocht adj o-ā bare, naked: (fig.) neutur f. ¤ (= neutrum per
35se) Sg 114b1 . ba f. ¤ talam (i.e. left uncovered by tents)
TBC² 3418 . conofargsat f. ¤ fomael [of a wood] ...; co
facca a dún f. ¤ cen tenid ┐ isé férach f. ¤ LL 193a26 = con a
farcabsat formael f. ¤ , etc. BB 365b16 . Dinds. 27 . a Druim
... ó'ndiu co bráth bat f. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iii 96 . a gcosa go f. ¤
40 TSh. 2261 . é ... do bheith f. ¤ ag imtheacht tré bhealach
an bháis 811 . ar mbeith f. ¤ dó destitute (of the Prodigal Son)
3448 .

fornochtaid v strips, makes bare: ní feanntar duine ... ┐
ní fornochtar, TSh. 10697 . Cf. fornochtaim i n- osbrethaib
45(= I make known, elucidate ?) O'Dav. 1293 .

? fo-roich v (cf. ro-saig, do-roich) In: Foroisidh imbed
smachta `it may reach the amount of smachtfine' Laws iv
108.3 Comm. the text is doubtful; for the passage amuil
... Foroisidh H 3. 18, 12b ( O'C. 28 ) has: ... amail bi[d] do
50cethra fadeisin fodroiset (imbed, etc. seems a new clause).
Leg. fodroised perf. subj. of fo-fich had injured it ?. Cf.
cētfer báte mét fodruacht | do ṡil macc Miled those who
reached it
(?) (Ireland) LL 8b22 = BB 31a53 (the form could
belong to fo-fich).

55 foróil, furóil (fuláir) n i, n. ? later f. (lin- `flow' ? Ped. ii
566 comparing `deróil.' But Meyer brings the latter < de-
ro-fóil, Wortk. 176 . In Mid. Ir. foróil gives way to foráil,
furáil, etc. possibly through influence of eráil (q.v.) which
in its turn becomes furáil (cf. erail, apparently = foróil LU
60 3974 ) by metathesis fuláir. Forms without f- are permitted
in classical verse: fuláir foláir faláir furáil foráil faráil
(guthaidhe leis orra) IGT, Decl. § 149 . Also IGT III 69
(as abstr. of vb. Cf. ar fuláir, ex. 608 ). g s. méd na fulára
ib. Abundance, superabundance, excess; advantage ; forail
65.i. iomarcaidh, O'Cl. (cf. Trip. 194 cited below). abs. or
folld. by part. gen or DI, and as pred. with cop.: in mór
.i. in furóil is it much ? i.e., is it too much ? Wb 10d10 .
(a) with gen.: furóil serce Wb 14d30 . furail saethar
SR 3887 . atbath [Ladru] do furail banaich ITS xxxv
70188.4 . Fen. 14.9 = d'forail banaigh, Leb. Gab. i 14 . ? ni
biad furail nach coicid forru no province should prevail over
them
Trip. 194.11 (2276) , glossed .i. imarcraid, Arch. iii
26.12 [ = eráil (q.v.) ?]. Cf. nach fil eclai in ḟoráil slataige
foirn LB 233b53 (ḟ and -e dotted above and underneath).
75(b) with DI: a f. ¤ bess lib dinaib anib (gl. uestra habun-
dantia) Wb 16c22 .
(c) follg. subst. in apposition, in excess (of something
else): ni tharat neachtar de fuil furail for a chele neither
of them drew more blood than the other
IT ii 183.242 . na
80biad fer furail di chlaind nechtar de sech araile the posterity
of neither would exceed that of the other by one man
Rawl.
149b10 = BB 174a16 . ni geilead mil dib mír foroil seach
araile, Ed. Dinds. ( Folklore iv 487 ) = imfurail BB 403a8 =
Dinds. 98 ). aimser furail seach in cumair (in etym. defini-
85tion of forsail `long quantity') Auraic. 1574 = 4804 (cf.
di[ṡ]ail ... .i. nemfurail 1576 = 4805 ). noco berad orm ...
cluchi erail ar fidchill LU 3974 ( SC 45 ).
(d) With cop., generally in neg. sent.: cosc inna coimded
... ar náp f. ¤ a cumachte fora mogaib excessive Wb 27c16 .
5 ni fuluair [sic] a fil ann dib there are not too many of them
IT ii2 192.85 (ni forcraid v.l.). atbertatar ... nar furáil mathi
Ulad uile ic tomailt na fledi sin would not be too many LL
262a5 ( MU² 32 ). ní furáil saí no ollam ... dia ḟursonnad
`needful is the help of sage or bard' Met. Dinds. iii 382 .
10 nir furail no imforcraidh staraide cacha cineda ... d'ordugud
gnim-scelradh in oencat[h]a, CCath. 4406 . In later lang.,
NÍ FURÁIL (FULÁIR) is necessary, incumbent: taom nár
fhoráil that had to be Dán Dé xii 18 . nar bh'foráil an tros-
cadh, Keat. iii 3467 . do bhríogh go mbí críoch ... ar aní,
15ní foláir a bheith críochnuighthe tráth éigin, TSh. 3153 .
With play on double meaning: ní budh fhoráil | ciall ar
éigin d'fhoráil ort sense should be enjoined on thee Dán Dé
xix 11 ; similar use in iii 18 , vii 9 .
NÍ F. ¤ DOM it is not too much for me; I need, have a right
20to ; (with vn.) I may as well, I ought: nirb ḟurail di láeg
a bó CRR 5 ( LL 171b5 ). níorb furail duitsi Éire uile agad,
Ériu viii 135.3 . ni forail duit-se cumal inn o Fh. F. should
at least compensate you for it
RC xliii 14 § 7 . ní ba furail
dó flaitheas ... dá bfuíghbheadh he was worthy of any chief-
25tainship he might obtain
FM v 1608.6 . ni furáil daibh
guidhe lat BNnÉ 231.5 . ní faráil d'ar seise sin | meise
d'fhagháil i n-aisgidh, Dán Dé iv 5 . a chairdeas ... ní
budh fhuláir dom inntinn `my heart requires His friendship'
xxi 7 . nír ḟoláir deit | do chin d'fágháil don éiric `it is
30due to thee
' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 364.17 (leg. ḟaláir). do Chloinn
Ch. níorbh ḟuláir ar n-aisgeadha `Clann C. must needs
favour us
' TD 14.22 . ní ḟoláir don uile dhuine bheith
ollamh, TSh. 130 .
IS F. ¤ LIM I deem it too much, excessive , generally with neg.
35(ní f. ¤ lim, later often = I deem it proper, fit ): ba foróil leu
a ndorigni C. .i. da macdalta ind ríg do goin, etc., LU 5279 .
ba forail laissiumh ┐ ba fairbrigh inn sin (viz. a claim to
suzerainty) `he deemed it extravagant' FM iii 366.19 . nír
bo furáil leiss in comlín sin do thotim leiss LU 6494 = TBC
40 2635 (nir fulair St). ni forail lind corop sī ceta thē LU 8824
( FB 62 ). nirb urail lim lom cró ... issin mbél tacras sin
LL 264b40 ( MU² 369 ). TBC 131 . ni furail linn la co n-
oidhchi we do not think ... too long CF 325 . ni furail lium
flaithess De d'fagail ar mo deghgnimhartha fen BCC § 336 .
45 ní furáil leo beith ac ól ... feth an láei, Maund. 123 . ni
furail le Dia gach aon do thabhairt na dioluidheachta so
God requires every one to pay Luc. Fid. 45.6 . geall Eirionn
... niorb fulair re Coin cCulaind ZCP ii 342.22 . ní fuláir
leis bheith na bhreitheamh he will needs be a judge Gen.
50 xix 9 .
Cf. eráil, furáin.