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forspraic n f. (spraic) vigour, energy, masterfulness: leó ar
nert ... go ttomhaithem ┐ co ff. ¤ i ngníomh, hi mbreithir
FM vi 2296.24 = co ff. ¤ móir, Hugh Roe 326.13 (f. 84b) .
nach curtar f. ¤ ar feinded (a hero endures no domination)
5 MR 264.6 .

? for-suidethar v sits above, takes precedence of: fer for-
suidhither cách ina ccomhgradhoibh lá tuaith, ┐ rígh, Ériu
xiii 33.6 .

forsuidigthe adj io-iā (gl. superimpositum) Ml 130b5 .

10 forsundud : x see fursundud.

for-tá v consuet. pres. 3 s. forbí, Mon. Tall. § 3 . foridmbi Bodl.
Corm. s.v. lāith ( Y 811 ). fordobi, Corm. Y 1189 . subj.
pres. 3 s. forbé, Mon. Tall. § 57 . fordo-be, Laws ii 404.18 .
forraib SR 3919 ; Mon. Tall. § 7 . ? fuirb, Laws ii 332.12
15(see for-ben). 3 pl. fordonrabat Hy v 104 . past subj. 3 s.
formbed (?) Ml 23d17 . fut. 3 s. forbia, LU 10061 . Rawl.
142a49 . sec. fut. 3 s. forbiad LU 5039 . pret. and perf. 3 s.
forbái (-bui, -bae v.l.), Met. Dinds. iii 116 . forrabái, Cáin
Ad. 18 .
20 I Intrans. (a) is over or remaining, is left, remains, sur-
vives: formbed a ainm ind firso that the name of this man
should survive
Ml 23d17 ( Thes. i 717 . Or is this a miswriting
of forsa mbed ?). a forbi ... for lortaid na muindtire what-
ever remains over after the community are satisfied
Mon.
25Tall. § 3 . ... neich forbé lortid ... § 57 . dia forraib fuidel
SR 3919 (= si quid residuum fuerit Exod. xii 10 ). dollotar
anair congabsat Cluichri Cliach ┐ ní fortaat (i.e. are no longer
settled there) LL 190b28 (= Rawl. 155b43 ). Passing into
sense is still to come , often expressing mere futurity (cf.
30 ar-tá): is ann forbia th'esérge BNnÉ 295 § 22 . domuinsetar
go madh aca forbíadh a ionad 296 § 30 .
(b) With prep. is on, over, dominates: forbía a ainm
fa Eirinn co brath RC vi 175y (= forbiad firu hErinn a
ainm v.l., cf. II d). for-bhiadh a ainm os Erinn co brath,
35 BB 260a12 .
II Trans. with acc. (a) is on, is upon , of physical and
more often fig. relations: in tan ... is forsail foridmbī
(i.e. when the vowel is long) Bodl. Corm. s.v. lāith ( Y 811 ).
barr bude fordotá [ = for-dut-tá ZCP xvii 196 ] LU 10007 .
40 Cf. a tir fortá Ciannachta ZCP viii 314.16 . Here perhaps:
a Brigit ... rogab do chlú fora clú | ind ríg is tú fordatá
LL 50a32 ( Hail Br. § 25 ). im choin forambi [forbi v.l.]
ottrach `a hound of (i.e. on) the dunghill' Laws i 126.8 .
forraib ammarthan do gnuis `misfortune take your face!'
45 Mon. Tall § 7 . Maire ... for-domraibhi á sén ZCP vi 257 § 2 .
cach óen beres [co]cert cert | fortraib bennacht epscoip
hErc (fortbeir, fodreith, fortbaid v.l.), Mart. Tall. 124 ( LL
364 marg. inf. = FM i 168 ). bennacht Brigte ┐ Dé | for-
donrabat Hy v 104 . (with tmesis:) fordonitge Brigte bet
50 on us be B.'s prayers 89 . bid he mo ainm forbia in cath-sa
dogres, Rawl. 142a49 . intí nothisad ar tus ind issed a ainm
forbiad in mag LL 170a28 ( Dinds. 158 ). bid amra do chenel
┐ fortabia do hainm, Anecd. iii 57.20 . is ed a hainm foridtá
ZCP iii 46.6 . Mongán mac Fíachnai, ised foridmbíad, Im.
55Br. § 32 . it e a n-anmanda foratait feadha ... in ogaim (= the
vowels are named after them), Auraic. 244 (= fordotait
2559 ). cf. conad he a ainm sidhe fordota in berla sin which
is on that language
4003 . sal ... on tsalchar fordobi in chois,
Corm. Y 1189 , where the relativity is apparently expressed
60by an infixed pron.). cia tintud forata na psalmu? what
translation is on the psalms
? Hib. Min. 10.330 . cisi erndail
(gnūis) fortā na psalma? 3.61(78) . See 1 for II b. forrabae
(forrubu v.l.) crith in uli talmuin the whole earth trembled
Ériu ii 192 § 1 .
65 Cf. cach cor fordita [for-did-tá ?], O'C. 1898 ( 23 P 3,
22d ). diam tobar techda forda mbi, O'D. 2219 ( Nero A 7,
150a ). In: forbi a sétaib, Críth G. 587 , it is perhaps intrans.
with instrumental dat. but the meaning is uncertain.
(b) is incumbent on, is due from (see 1 for II n, and atá):
70 conid aire forata anmanda [fer] nErenn ... co raib baithius
┐ comna, etc., Ériu i 219 § 5 , cf. 218 § 1 .
(c) In following passages it seems = there ensues, further-
more, also, item: fortá fortormach na cána-sa there follows
an additional enactment
Ériu ii 210 § 23 . fortá a forus ib.
75 fortā forus inna cána sae ... bithcáin for clerchu, Cáin
Ad. 34 . fortha forus na cānae: dia ngontar ..., 40 . Simi-
larly ib. 39 , 41 , etc. Cf. the following passages from Laws,
where it is rendered `ordained,' `is due,' O'Don. Suppl.
(see R. Smith and Thurneysen ZCP xix 114 n. 7 ): fortha
80a forus na gontar ..., H 3.18, 303.34 ( O'C. 628 ). foratha
nach duine ro la eisce im araile .i. foratha no for a tarrastar
cach duine laas eisce im araile .i. .iiii. cumala dire ó urradh
..., H 3.17, c. 629 ( O'D. 876 ). Cf. forthach nach duine
ro la esce, O'C. 2115 ( H 4.22, 79b , see ZCP xix 115 n .).
85 fortha nad cria nech di dernaind dondaig dian cria is dire
thadait aridmbia further, that none shall buy ...; if he buy
it he is liable for the theft-penalty H 3.18, 188a ( O'C. 340 ),
where ar-idmbia evidently = foridmbia in use II (b) above :
foratha nech dogni gufiadhnaise in fiach doscara isé fiach
fil fair inn H 3.17, 452 add. slip ( O'D. 600 ). ┐ fortha riar
5o cach adgarthar ┐ fortha aonollamh ... in gach crich ... ┐
fortha da bretheam la gach saoraicme ..., O'C. 1607 ( 23 Q 6,
5a ) = forad ... forad ... forad O'C. 2272 ( Eg. 88, 20 ). forathá
ceithre uinge a n-othrus caoicus O'C. 1162 ( H 3.18, 461b ). forathá
nech condeiríg i ndail no a nairecht O'C. 1163 ( H 3.18, 462b ).
10In each of these two exx. the MS has merely fōr.
Cf. forath [sic] ni acair, etc., Laws iv 380.3 (untransl.).
foratha airitiu oighedh, O'Dav. 68 .
(d) is over, is above, with notion of superiority; excels,
dominates (cf. I b, II a) : forbíad a ainm hErind co brath
15 LU 5039 (= forbiad a ainm ... firu Erend TBC² 551 ). flaith
foridmbi `a lord who is over him' BCrólige 59 . la ríg forbí
tuatha `who is over the laity' [who is over (a number of)
tuaths ?] Ériu vii 166 § 2 . hi rēr ... ardflathui forbē tuath
[toathae v.l.], Anecd. iii 23.15 . forbiath do mac maccu
20cāich ZCP viii 309.15 . is tu for bias do braithre ┐ do chlann
forbiat a clanna co brath, Rawl. 124a44 . Cf. tri húi Duind
Désa ... forbái bésa bith-gábaid `who was leader in a life
of peril
' Met. Dinds. iii 116 .