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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 ).

forrúad adj o-ā of red or russet appearance: folt forchas f. ¤ LU
10 10233 . ro miscnig fingail fo[r]ruaid SR 2478 . dar Ath S.
... bui fuil co fairrgi forruaid, Fen. 324.22 . do barr na
fidbaide forruade (of forest in winter), Acall. 3511 . corba
comderg ... a charpat o braenaib na fola ... forruaidi, TTebe
2914 . cíís déra ... forruada fola LL 171a20 ( CRR 3 ).

15 forrúamanda adj io-iā (a) reddened; of red (? reddish-brown)
hue: corbh ḟorruammanda int áth do chrú TBC 3831 .
do broengail na fola f. ¤ , Cog. 182.13 . cochaill ... f. ¤ LB
137a43 ( Todd Lect. vi 60 ). claidbi f. ¤ fuilidi, TTebe 1955
(-annta, v.l.). Bloody, murderous: ro ferad cath .... forderg
20f. ¤ , Cog. 178.7 . feaghadh ... feochair furruamhanta, Todd
Lect. iv 96 § 38 . (b) fig. of language `dyed' i.e. obscure,
artificial (?): for roscadaib .i. ... for indscib f. ¤ fordorcha
na filidechta, Laws v 10.22 Comm. As subst.? dobeir
an gataide forruamanna ar in ngae go sodath firinne colours
25falsehood with the hue of truth
O'C. 2599 ( Eg. 88, f. 51a ).

forrúamnad n reddening, staining: saigti ... ar na foruamnad
afulib drecon, Cog 158.18 . See next.

forrúamnaid v ā (rúamnaid) reddens, stains, dyes: pass.
pret. ro forruamnad corp ... in deglaich a hola, TTebe
30 2437 . ro forruam[n]ait a frasad na fala 3073 .

forrúamnaide adj io-iā (rúamnaide) red, dark red: do braen-
gail na fola foruamnaidi, Cog. 198.13 .

forrúamnaigid v g (rúamnaigid) grows red (? dusky): in
tan ro dhorchaid ┐ ro forruamnig [in béist] PH 7210 .
35 Trans. makes red, discolours: glossing forann (= fo-roind):
forann slána sella .i. forruamnaighit[h] na suile slana in ferg,
O'Dav. 818 .

forruipnetar ? v ZCP viii 105.9 . From *for-seinn? Cf.
domroipnitar LU 3867 ( SC 38 ).

40 forruma n (a) waiting on, attending to (the wants of): f. ¤ lobair
LB 204b22 (= torruma, Ériu ii 210.4 ). forrumai lobar
ZCP iii 449.13 . do théghedh É. cach día dia forroma (.i.
fisrugadh) v 525.20 (= Ériu xii 166 n. 3 ). alid fossugud hi
forromai fis BCrólige 62 . Cf. torruma.
45(b) a guard on cattle, lest they injure a neighbor's property
(in this meaning freq. for(r)aime): tir dibaid coitcheann
so ┐ iseadh dleaghar dibh uile a ime etorra ┐ neach dibh
iar sin timcheall dia forrumadh, ┐ is [s]lan do cia foghluighid
ceathra and itir da uair na forraimhe, ┐ muna n[d]errna
50itir an forruimhe an la sin is fiach duinechaithe ..., H 3.18,
260a2 ( O'C. 514 ). ma tá lan-ime aici ┐ foroma maitin no
fescur, O'Don. 1568 ( H 5.15, 4b ; Cf. foraime .i. coimedh.
ut est: a di foraimme cach lae, maidean ┐ feascor, H 3.18,
286.32 ( O'C. 576 )). cia beth forroma aici, mani roib ime
55nochan dfeirdi riam acht munab iat na himeda urcradacha
tuitit itir da uair na foraime O'Don. 1569 . ma robatar na deithbiri
sin aicci cona riacht in forroimhi ┐ nocho caemhnacair
immi ... is [s]lan do 2264 ( Rawl. 506, f. 22. 1c1 ).

forrúsc n (cf. rúsc) ` upper rind,' i.e. surface vegetation,
60 herbage (?): no lomraitis f. ¤ in talmhan leo, Lism.L. 2224
(the claws of a `píast'). forrusc .i. tir dibaid, no arbar
┐ roidh ┐ cainneann, O'Dav. 937 ; 909 ; cf. forruscc .i.
dibadh (dibaid v.l.; leg. tir dibaid ?) ut est forrusc maic
da raith do comrainn 936 . orba .i. ... tir dibaid ┐ forrusc
65.i. na scuithi no feronn athar ┐ senathar, O'C. 2245 ( Eg.
88, 18a2 ). Cf. sealb .i. feronn athar ... ┐ seotu .i. scuithi
O'C. 2247 .

forsaid adj i (< for-arsaid very old? Thurn., ZCP xviii 402 ).
(a) firm, steady, established , cf. clār cóir cobsaid, cumtaig
70dind, | fāl fri fóir f. ¤ forfind (of Paradise) SR 982 (where
however fóir may = people), As subst. f. ¤ flatho .i. dliged
ro bai la athair ┐ senathair, H 3.18, 249.38 .
(b) wise, discreet (of persons), experienced, old (cf. 2 far-
said
): cainbē fial forssaid ḟindnar SR 3700 (of Pharaoh's
75daughter, Exod. ii 5 ). fer fial forsaidh AU 878 (poem) =
FM i 524.15 . fer fársaid anorach LB 151b9 . Freq. of
Deity: rí ... firian feig f. ¤ LL 371a52 ; ZCP iv 243.31 (for-
saig); Ériu iii 6.22 (forrsaidh). seanchaidi farrsaidi, Ériu iv
144 § 20 . coitsecht fri forrsaidi ZCP xii 363.34 . dochuatar
80hi comairle ... na farsaide etorru fēn LB 228b53 (= Pharisees ?
See 2 farsaid). tri doilbtiu fer f. ¤ LU 6800 ( BDD 34 ; for-
suith, farsaig v.l.). forsaid .i. a uetustatefors .i. casus
.i. totaim (i.e. old or decrepit), O'Mulc. 579 . cf. sadaill
forsid `alter Sattel' ZCP xiii 188 ( O'Mulc. 108 ). Superl.:
85 forsithim di rathaib .i. sinen [leg. sinem, Thurn., ZCP xviii
402 ] O'C. 876 ( H 3.18, 393a ). Cf. farsaid and forsaide.