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forréil adj i clearly visible, evident, conspicuous foirreil .i.
solas no follas, O'Cl. (citing Hy V , see below), hi tig as fa f. ¤
soillsi tened BDD 14 Eg. ( RC xxii 392 ). fer for nach f. ¤
taem trist, Arch. iii 306 § 7 . ba forrel ... comhartha a
5peccaid fair IT iii 192.25 . co mba forreil dona feruib taíd-
lech ind oir IT i 119.19 (= foderg BDD 1 ). co mba fforell
dont ṡlogh, Aen. 2122 . bennachais an clārainech | comtar
forréil a dí ṡúil Hy V 42 ( Thes. ii 338 ) co mba forréilli a
ḟormnai dar firu LL 237b7 ( TTr. 1525 ). nar badar forréli
10na ramai, CCath. 2630 . Compar. niptar forele lochranna
lasamhna inaitt a lama, Leb. Gab. i 204 .

forreith n hospitality, entertainment (received on a journey
or visit): ícdai dartaid ... | inna f. ¤ do Diarmait for his
guesting
ZCP iii 204.15 ( LU 9586 ), glossed (.i. inna oegidecht)
15 LL 276b37 . Cf. foirriuth and forrtha.

for-reith v (a) = fo-reith (?): forriuth a n-enech (f. a
n-écnach ZCP v 503.17 ) IT i 141.27 = farrid LU 10291 = ZCP
iii 236.4 . (b): anair dono f. ¤ in ree so .i. aon a hiar
... ┐ is debricht a deach, Corm.Y 41 (of the poetic com-
20position called `anair'); runs on, proceeds according to
this course (scheme
) (?). Cf. fo-reith (b). for-reith orba
fo coibne fri mac aititen .i. foirithiter an ferann doib fo
cutruma fri mac na mna aititin, O'C. 2247 ( Eg. 88.18a ).
pass. pres.: for-reith, for-reither , Ériu xiii 38.10 . ? cach
25tigrad forrethar airndil `on which a trap is set' O'Dav.
796 (Leg. fō srethar ?Cf. sernaid, fo-sern).
See fo-reith.

*for-rét v (cf. do-rét) rides: (with cogn. acc.) pl. 1 forriadam
réim n-erchían LL 122b45 .

30 forrgethach adj o-ā (cf. foirrgid and forrach) pugnacious (?),
destructive (?): (of a horse) ech ... fortrend f. ¤ vicious (?)
LU 8631 ( FB 47 ).

forrgid : x see foirrgid.

for-ria : ind see for-roich. forríata MU² 812 .

35 ? for-rig v (The existence of for-rig ` binds ' is far from
proven. Each of the following passages could be otherwise
explained): díoghaibh dofórmaigh, for-rig, foloisgther,
Ériu xiii 28.20 (leg. fo-rig? Or cf. foirrgid). ní dia treabaire
f. ¤ ina tir (.i. airgiter ara chind in ferann) `which arrive'
40[which he finds ?] Laws iv 128.13 ( 130.8 = foric 130x ) =
forig ara cind ina tir (.i. do déntaib airgither ara chinn ina
fearand), O'D. 2183 ( Rawl. 487, 66, 2a ). forrigh .i. fuirech,
ut est ... for cach forrig i n-eclais in mét sin .i. ... for cach
aonfer fuirges isin eclais resin ré sin, O'Dav. 1008 (the
45lemma seems = fo-rig delays). forreghtar, forimregthar
ZCP iii 237.24 . Cf. gait forrecar fri crand .i. in gait
airgithar cengailti don crund, O'C. 2624 ( Eg.88 f. 53b ).
gait forregar fri crann clethi is found (?) ib. For the gloss
airgither cf. ar-icc.
50See fo-ricc and fo-rig.

forríg x d s. Thes. i 5.17 : see 2 forrach.

forrím n adding to, additional number: gin fuilleadh riu, gin
forrímh, Lib. Hymn i 185 .

forrind n point (of a weapon), barb: ni ḟail dib ar talmain
55tend | crecht arna fagbaim fairrend LL 110b24 ( RC xiv
422 ; leg. tind ... fairrind ?). g p. tríchu farrindi (of the
Gae Bolga) TBC 3875 (rinn St). gorbho lán cach n-alt ...
dá ḟorrindib 3948 .

? for-roces : ind forroces chuice; fomracuibh-sea `He has
60taken them unto Him
' Lism.L. ix ( Lism. Facs. 84vb12 )
= rosuc LL 283a48 . fosrolaic .i. fosroches ... .i. rosfuc lais
Hy ii 38 Comm. ( Thes. ii 317 ).
See fo-cessa.

? for-roich ind (for-ro-saig-): possibly in follg.: roppo dorair
65dú forría (i.e. -riä) imdha Coluimb ZCP viii 198.4 (Laud
615).

forrót n o,m. an additional road, a by-road: cid ar forrot
cid ar primrot, Laws iii 448.17 Comm. g s. i nair a prim-
roit ... i nair a forroit for ploughing his road, his by-road 306.2
70Comm . forrāit 308.1 .
Cf. forraite.

forrsaide : x see forsaide.

forrtha, fortha : n apparently g s. of *foriud an old vn. of
fo-reith, only in term: aithech f. ¤ i.e. one appointed to take
75the king's place in legal actions against him, see Cōic Conara
p. 78 . : aithech fortha buí fo cinaid inn rig, H 3.18, 365a24
( O'C. 778 ). Asal mac Cuind ... aithech tfortha rí Temrach,
Laws i 64.16 Comm. athuig forrtha bitís fri cinta o riguib
(.i. na hathuigh ro bítís ac na righuibh da foirithin re ic a
80cinuidh, for a toibged cach in fola ... .i. maoir no rechtuire
in rí iatsidhe) ii 94.1 - 4 . rig ┐ a n-athaig orrtha v 480.16
(persons not mutually suable). im athechu bunaid (.i.
na aithig ḟortha), Cōic Conara 21 § 14 (see ib. 78 ). aithig
fortha do beit[h] ac rig ┐ ac epscop ┐ ac gradaibh flatha uile
85┐ ic gradaibh eclaise uili, do daercelibh flatha, no dia geil-
fine a n-aithigh fortha; dō daermanchaibh eclaise no dia
geilfine a n-aithig fortha na [n]gradh n-eclasa. Apadh
┐ troscadh for in flaith ┐ aithgabáil do ghabail don aithiuch
fortha ┐ gibed dech i lobadh ┐ i corpaib fiach ┐ d'athgabail
inn athaig fortha nocho n-icctar acht certaithgin ris on
5ḟlaith ┐ da nderna is fiach indligid athgabala uaid ┐ a trian
don aitiuch ┐ a trian don flaith (there seems to be an omission
here, cf. the later version, Laws ii 94 Comm. ). H 3.17,
c. 648 ( O'Don. 908 ).