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fortrommda adj io-iā (fortromm) : crushing, violent ; on tsaig-
nen ... fortromda (gl. ingruenti fulmine Hy. of Secundinus
55 ), L. Hy. i 10 .

fortrummae n iā,f. (fortromm) oppressive weight ; in Ml
5always glosses opportunitas (confounded by glossator with
importunitas ?) : n s. ind f. ¤ Ml 27d18 . a s. cen émigi no fortrum-
mai 50b7 . d p. honaib fortrommaib 27a3 , d17 .

fortúath n ā,f. (túath) an additional or extern population
group , i.e. a people not descended from the ancestors of the
10ruling stock in the territory they inhabit (`retaining in-
ternal autonomy but tributary to an external overking'
MacNeill Popl. Groups § 102 ; `genealogically ... outside
of the kindred of the overking' ib. ; `fortuatha means
in effect people belonging to a different stock from that of
15the rulers of the territory' O'Rahilly Early Irish Hist.
and Myth. 27 . Cf. forslondud) : ceart rig Oiligh, dlighidh
crodh ... o ḟinib o ḟortuathaib BB 273b23 ( BR 120 ). hic
Cunn ... fodlaiter saerclanna Lethi Cuinn ┐ hit fortuatha
sil Cuind acht sin. hic Cathaer Mar ... fodlaiter saerclann
20Laigen ┐ hit fortuatha acht sin, Rawl. 140a53 = Mac Neill,
Popl. Groups § 124 (< Lec. 182rb ). it fortuatha cóicid
Cathair cach oen na berar genelach cu Cathaer amal atát
Laigsi ┐ Fothairt LL 318c8 . Hence the territory occupied
by such a group: i nUib Garchon i fortuathaib Laigen,
25 Thes. ii 312.38 (Comm. on Fiacc's hymn). bellum Selggae
hi fortuathaib Laigen AU 708 (`the outwarde part of L.'
Clar. 49 , quoted in note). la Hu Cendselaig i fortuathaib
Breg LL 39b28 . ... cead brat o ḟorthuathaibh Laighen
BR 218 . rí na f. ¤ , LL 337c40 (see O'Rahilly l.c.). Conuing
30... rí na bhForthuath, Keat. iii 2569 . Cf. Fid meirge (.i.
craeb na f. ¤ ) LL 44b10 . In wider sense : secht primthuatha
Cannáin ... cona fortuathaib SR 5162 . ... Eigept cona
fortúathaib 3230 . O hEaghra ┐ O Gadhra ┐ a bforthuaithe
go léir ` followers ' KAJ ii 342 (entry relating to A.D. 1228).
35 i bhfortuathaibh Ifrinn outskirts ITS i 158x .

fortud : n in gramm. the case formed by the prep. `for' with
a noun: for fer a.f. ¤ , Auraic. 1522 . for fer a fh. ¤ uathaid.
for firu no for feraib a fh. ¤ ilair, 1784 . fortudh 1652 . for-
thudh 1884 .

40 fortuge (vn. of for-tuigethar) covering: lomnochta ... .i.
cen a fortugi etir o étuch LU 2625 ( RC xxv 244 ).
See fortche.

for-tuigethar (-tugathar) v covers: fortugim (gl. operio),
Thes. ii 42.11 . mind n-óir ... in folt fordatuigithar LU
45 8600 ( FB 45 ). Cf. mind orbude ardathugethar LU 6542 (= TBC²
2026 . TBC 2715 ). uidhe secht samhlaithe ... fortugedar
a foscudh its shade covers (i.e. extends over), Ériu ii 116 § 51 .
a cethair fortugat[h]ur (fortugadar, fouradtughathar v.l.)
in firindi .i. serc ┐ homun, etc. includes (?) ZCP iii 450.23 .
50 Pass. fortuigthir arbair nime SR 8192 . ro fortuighid ...
do shechedhaibh assan, CCath. 2378 .
The follg. exx. from Laws, assigned in Gloss. to `for-
tuigim I make oath upon', seem to belong to this vb. : for-
dotuigithur docoruib who covers (i.e. burdens) them with
55bad contracts
Laws ii 234.23 (see Thurn., ZCP xiv 373 ). ni techta
... for-do-tuigaidter anfine ┐ micoraib Laws v 462.3 . flaith fordo
tuigaidtear `who protects them' 436.14 .

fortuigthe (part. of prec.) covered, concealed: ata m'ainm
60... fortuighthi i n-imdorn in claidib i folach IT iii 201.11 .
See fortgide, fortchide.

? for-tuisi v = for-tuaisi listens, attends to (?) : fursaind[tid]
dno, fortuisim a aitte i ceill ollomon, Laws iv 356.17 .
possibly a corruption of some part of for-osndai.

65 fortún n o,m., fortúin f. ¤ (Romance loan-word) fortune, luck,
destiny: go tteacmhann do gach aon ... in fortun ┐ in
chinnemain bhus toltanach le Día, Fl. Earls 180.32 . ag
imbeirt ... ar thithibh fada fortúin, Arch. Hib. i 91 . d'féch-
ain m'ḟortúin, Ériu v 188.462 . féch dar bhfortúin, L.Cl.AB
70 122.58 . do mheall an fhortuin ... an iomad (= fortuna
multos excaecavit) TSh. 7086 . an ní atá ar láimh na for-
tuine, MacAingil 61.16 . i n-ucht fhortúin L.Cl.AB 211.16 .

? fortus n in the middle, centre (?) : íaruss fis. tuadus cath ...
? fortius (fortus, for thus v.l.) flaith `kingship in the centre (?)'
75 Ériu iv 146 § 23 = forthus 162 . fortas `the middle of any-
thing' O'Neachtan's MS. Dict. (TCD Library. fortus
`the middle or centre' P.O'C. ). Cf. also : for fortais [plene]
(.i. fad nó lethat) in betha, H 3.18, 606 b ( ZCP v 526 ) = for
fertas (f̄tas) LU 10827 .

80 fo-ruacht : v perf. see fo-fich.

forúacrae n io,n. the act of proclaiming: f. ¤ firinnde ZCP iii
450.25 . See furfócra.

forúaibrech adj o-ā very proud, haughty: a treib Forainn for-
úabrig SR 3874 . cét fer fortrén foruaibrech 7128 .

85 forúaine adj io-iā green-surfaced, verdant: ic mallascnam in
maigi fonnglais f. ¤ , CCath. 4994 .