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forusta adj io-iā (forus ? Cf. cit. under Compar. below) firm,
steady, well-grounded: leibhionn ... dlúith forasda ML
86.4 . fundaimeint fhorasta, TSh. 1678 . Generally of
persons, experienced, sedate, of settled character: as fosaid
5┐ as forasta in rí uasalbrethach YBL 84a5 . oclach forosta
findliath IT iii 193.17 . filidh fíora forusda, Ériu xiii 32.6 .
fer f. ¤ fíor-naomhta BNnÉ 275.2 . fear forasta fíormhálla,
Duan. F. ii 306 . Find ... uasal f. ¤ firgaeth, Acall. 2535 .
a be find ḟ. ¤ LL 116a12 . ben ḟ. ¤ (oppd. to: scintline ingine)
10 271b8 ( RC xiii 373 ). ar lorg na flaithe forasda ... J.B.
Bossuet, Luc. Fid. 181.10 . Poimp ... cona senatoraib ┐
cona consulaip ... ina mbroin moir marcsluaig inmalla f. ¤
dignified CCath. 4881 . Calm, composed: nir forasta for-
bailid Fir B. an aidhche sin, Ériu viii 40.3 . leigidh damhsa
15co f. ¤ `leave me alone in peace (?)' iii 160 § 13 .
Compar. superl. ... bes f. ¤ fri hurnaide somuine ┐ domaoine
`the most steadfast' Laws ii 278y ( ZCP xiv 369 : `mit bes-
serem Wohnsitz versehen
').

forut : x see fot.

20 fos : x see foss.

fós (bós, beós) adv. = O.Ir. beus q.v.
(a) of time still, up to the present = Lat. adhuc. messe
sund i nhErind f. ¤ f. LL 4b14 = YBL 106a16 ( Ériu iv 130 ).
conid marthanach ... fos in chloch TBC 2994 (beos St).
25 Hélii ┐ Enoc. atat i mbethaid f. ¤ PH 7278 . atcíter foss
bona araill dona beraibh, CCath. 190 . ni rosaigset ind
imairicc fos biucc not ... for some time yet 5698 . ro fell ...
fa dhó fos orum has betrayed me twice already ZCP vi 50.5 .
Accompanied by beós: mairid f. ¤ ait na tobar sin beós,
30 Maund. 254 .
(b) still (more, longer), further, also, in addition; likewise:
dochuaid Dauid ass ... fogeib [leg. fácaib] da cét ... f. ¤ two
hundred more
SR 6456 ( 1 Reg. xxx 10 ). no teigdis teachta
... ar ceand long fos for more ships Todd Nenn. 88 . do
35fosdadh f. ¤ na filidh the poets were kept on Content. xxviii 9 .
dogníat gait er Dhia ... dognít f. ¤ aindliged dia comarsain
PH 7684 . dogeibhthi an crodh ... do-geibhthi f. ¤ an fearann
TD 14.14 . Orduighem fós ... `Likewise we ordaine' RSCl.
104b . adeir f. ¤ Solamh ..., TSh. 84 . gidheadh f. ¤ however
40 T.D 22.15 . Rarely beginning sentence: adhrait ┐ ernaigit
... foss dognit oraite, Fl. Earls 122.7 . agas fós do budh
eagal liom ... ML 42.9 . After neg.: ní ḟéadaim dol ... ní
rachuinn f. ¤ dá bhféaduinn I would not go either TD 15.40 .
ní fhuil f. ¤ , TSh. 192 . gan sinne do chláonadh ... nó an
45muinnter f. ¤ do thiucfadh mar ndíaigh, RSCl. 17a . ní cóir
... ní ar bith do thabhairt amach ... nā f. ¤ ní ar bith do bheith
aice 20b .

fo-sagar pass. vb.: f. ¤ do R. in scel YBL 54b39 ( IT ii2 229 ).
fosagur co hAilill inni sin RC iii 346.12 ( Aisl. Oenguso p. 58 ,
50where the form is assigned to *fo-áisci ` announces '). Cf.
cach ní is ail detsiu fosigedsom deit iat ┐ indissed co lleir
LB 229by (perhaps from fossaigid, q.v.). See -fásaig.

fósaic : x see ósaic.

fosaid : x see fossaid.

55 1 fo-saig : v pres. 3 pl. fo ... segat Ml 27c7 . 33a19 . impf. 3
indobfochad Wb 25a16 (`whether he was tempting you'
Thurn. Gramm. 264 ). 3 pl. fosaigtis Ml 97d14 . pres.
subj. 3 pl. fasásat Wb 8c19 . Pass. pres. s. fo ... segar 14b16 .
Vn. fochaid, q.v.
60(a) grieves, annoys, afflicts: gl. tribulare Wb 14b16 . Ml
27c7 . 33a19 .
(b) tries, assays, attempts: gl. temptare Wb 25a16 . Ml
97d14 . cia fasásat though they should attempt it Wb 8c19 .

fosaigid, -the, -thech : x see fossaig-.

65 1 fosair (vn. of fo-sern. Cf. sreth).
(a) in lit. sense strewing; that is strewn, hence a litter (?);
nochar facuib a f. ¤ na treibhe `in the litter of the house' Laws
v 196.8 Comm. (of an article deposited in the hand of the
receiver, not merely laid down). co tothacht a thige iter
70f. ¤ ┐ ḟuiririud, etc., Críth G. 336 (`articles on the floor of a
house
' Vocab.).
(b) as leg. term accompaniments, appurtenances , of
accessory dues given with cattle: caite turcrec cacha
besa ? ... Teora ba ar molt cona f. ¤ , Laws ii 226.10 (expld.
75 ZCP xiv 341 as Unterlage = Nebenleistungen, the `fobiada'
due in addition to the main grant, see Laws ii 224 Comm. ).
bo cona f. ¤ (.i. cusinni ḟosḟoirithnither le do biadaib aile)
Laws ii 250.21 ( ZCP xiv 355 ) ( Laws ii 252.6 cf. f. ¤ .i. fóirithin, H 3.18,
70b14 ( Phil. Soc. Trans. 1859, 185 , see fo-sern, end of article).
80 do berdis bai cona f. ¤ do Lamraidi A., Geneal. Tracts. p. 164 .
colpdach ... cona f. ¤ , Críth G. 297 ( Laws iv 318 16 ; `with its
garnishings
' MacNeill, Law of Status 295 ). molt cona ḟ. ¤
bés a thige, Críth G. 71 . f. ¤ in muilt, di bairgin deec, imb,
etc. 73 ( Laws iv 302.22 ). ? ni flaith for f. ¤ na faor ... .i. nocha
85flaith dlighthech teit a fosairluighe amuil bóaire, H 3.17,
c. 498 ( O'D. 680 ); cf. f. ¤ .i. tosach ut est nochan amail flaith
in fer ted a f. ¤ in luigi (no context), H 3.18, p. 288 ( O'C. 581 ).
do rorben f. ¤ firnadmen, Bürgsch. 30 § 79 . ni cloin ce tho-
aithbestar fossair a n-aie ib. 81 . Cf. further : duslongad
Leburcam i f. ¤ a primloingthi spread (?) YBL 177b2 = BB
5 257b44 .