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? *for-tócaib v lifts up, raises: atchiu forthocbat far mná |
a n-aidche lift their faces TBC 2766 (= dofócrat ... a ngnúis
LU 6583 . do focart TBC² 2062 ). Cf. rasfurcbat ... a
ṅgnúis TBC 2804 . Cf. ar-tócaib.

5 fortócbalta adj io-iā (cf. airthocbáil) uplifted: gabaid a lum-
main ... fortocbalta i forcipul imme, Aisl. MC 9.26 .

for-toimdethar: v pres. 1 s. fortomdiur tri dirnu di argut airiu,
Thr. Ir. Gl. 20 = fortomidiur, Corm. Y 585 . fordaimidair,
H 3.18, 363a3 .

10 for-toing v (tongid) fut. pl. 3 fortithsat, O'Dav. 1588 (con-
text obscure). Over-swears, proves by oath, attests, deposes:
ised láa ... fortoigg ben a óenur a mmacc for ríg when a
woman can by her sole oath father her child on a king
Críth G.
534 ( Laws iv 334 ). nach grad bes issle araile, is fair forton-
15gar ; nach grad bes uaisle araile, is e f. ¤ araill, Laws v 460.16 .
ni f. ¤ eclais tirda for craibtecha, O'Dav. 1589 . cia f. ¤ ni
fortongar .i. cia dena fortach for nech ni dena nech fortach
fair, H 3.17, 444 ( O'D. 580 ). fiadnaise forglidhe fortoing
ni fortongar, O'C. 1616 ( 23 P 3, 6b6 ). f. ¤ ail anscuichthe
20lais (.i. f. ¤ airdi no aimseir ... no laid no litteir ... it hé mairb
in sin for-tongat for biu, ni fortongar cenaib an immoveable
rock testifies along with him
(i.e. a sign or time ... or a lay
or letter ..., those are the dead that testify against the living,
without them there is no over-ruling testimony
) ZCP xv 361
25( xvi 228 ). Cf. ... feitheam f. ¤ fir fri hailche andscuithe,
O'C. 1890 ( 23 P 3, 22 ). cateat folaid ríg do thuaith ... ?
astoing diib. f. ¤ huadaib vii cumala, Críth G. 496 (= `his
oath clears them ..., his oath fixes liability on externs
' p. 36 ).
f. ¤ eclais o eclasaib it grada eclasta dogniat imdenam na
30ngrad n-ecalsa eile dia saraigther ┐ is leo dono fortach ina
ndhiaidh ma forrosum ... lithir is o fine dithech ina ndhiaidh
uair is iad ro icfad a cinaid, H 3.18, 438.23 ( O'C. 1056 ).
ráth ... for-tongar fort, na dit[h]ongar dit `r. die auf dich
zugeschworen, nicht von dir weggeschworen wird
' Bürgsch.
35 28 § 76 . tri ná ditoing ná fortongar, Triads 159 . an bail
ata : fortongar cach n-ainces, n[o]cha nfuil acmaing a
tseana ag an duine annsidhe, O'C. 2498 ( Eg. 88, 40 ). asé
fortuing cach n-imresain bius etarradh, H 3.17, 420 ( O'D.
517 ).

40 ? fortorga : n f. ¤ .i. examail no diadha, H 3.18, 70b8 ( Trans.
Phil. Soc. 1859, 185 ).

fortórmach n o,n. (like some other nouns in -ach occas. -s-
in pl., see Thurn., Gr. § 283 ). In Glosses always of gramm.
suffixes : is f. ¤ a nam hisiu (gl. quinam) Ml 88b14 . Sg 212b11 ;
45 221b5 , 7 . ainmnid airticuil .o. f. ¤ de (gl. Gk. ὅδε) 212b14 . g s.
in oín mod fortórmaich 212b12 . n p. inna fortórmach
202a5 , b3 . fortá f. ¤ na cána `there is a further enactment'
Ériu ii 210 § 33 . sillab fortormaig hic -pte (gl. suapte) LHy.
i 20 n. 25 . fidh forthormaigh `augmenting vowel' Auraic.
50 1735 . in bérla tobaidhi cona fortormaigib .i. bērla Fēni
┐ iarmberla ┐ a mbērla n-edarscartha ... `superadditions',
198 . f. ¤ anma a surname, sobriquet: Coirbri Músc ┐ C.
Baschain ... cidh dia n-apar na Cairpri friu ┐ cach forthor-
mach anma fil forra, Cóir Anm. 61 . Enna Emalach ... ┐
55Conall Oirinsi ... cidh día táit na forthórmaighi sin forro ?
137 .

fortosach n o,n. the very beginning: i ff. ¤ an chatha, TFrag.
210.5 = i bhfíorthosach , Keat. iii 3264 .

fortrén adj o-ā very strong: bud f. ¤ in feidm TBC 3047 . fri
60cech n-oidid | asa f. ¤ fiam `whose horror [?] is excessive',
Fél. Prol. 50 . ro bo fortren ... a flait[h]ius, CCath. 4832 .
buille Fergusa fortriuin ZCP viii 217 § 9 . cóic ingena ...
bátar fergnímaig fortriúin, Met. Dinds. iii 88 . ar da n-echaib
... forttréna TBC 3378 (cf. fortrenn). triar fer fortrén LU
65 7729 ( BDD 130 ). fairne fian fortren SR 7198 . ar ríg Úa
Falgi fortreāin (: āir) `mighty Offaly' BColm. 90.19 (= for-
treóin ?). Compar. fortressiu (v.l. fortressa) ... a chluchi
in Chonaill C.'s sword-play was the mightier RC viii 60 ( LL
116b43 ). ní fortreisi oeth oenuir ardmius ilmile the con-
70jecture of thousands does not outweigh the oath of one
O'Dav.
36 .

1 fortrenn ind (< fortrén ?) : ech derg taullethan ... feochair
fond fortrend LU 8631 ( FB 47 = fortrén, Eg.) taul fair
fortrend (of a shield) LU 7197 ( BDD 87 ).

75 2 fortrenn subst. : cech finna sinis tri fortrennaib a chruad-
chind LL 108a34 ( RC xiv 404 ). Cf. fri fortreinn i críche
bis, O'C. 1988 ( H 4.22, 24 ).

fortresse n iā,f. (abstr. of fortrén) great strength or force:
[re] ... fortressi ceimmi inna hechraide TBC 1341 . ri for-
80tressi a fuirmiuda LL 238a33 ( TTr. 1583 ).

fortromm adj o-ā very heavy ; burdensome, oppressive: fortrom
ailges LU 10822 ( Ériu xii 178 ). fairne fian fortren f. ¤ SR
7198 .

fortrommaigid v weighs heavily, is (becomes) oppressive:
85 is ann do ḟortromaigh a threabhlaid ... fair `his sickness ...
increased
' FM v 1772.17 .