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foscnam n u,m. (= O.Ir. ascnam) going towards, making for:
fosgnam fa Loch ... Ríach ZCP viii 228 § 23 . druim re
dainib ┐ foscnum re fiadaib YBL 309a32 ( MR 234.9 , `to
herd with deer
' ; of Suibhne Geilt in his panic).

5 foscriugad n FM ii 1032 . A misreading or misprint : see
fosclugad.

foscugud n u,m. (vn. of fo-scuichi) removing, departing, chang-
ing place or position: in f. ¤ (gl. secessionem) Ml 42a5 . 126b2
(gl. excessum). cf. isin matin ... iar foscaigiu [leg. foscaigiud ?]
10inna aithche 21c3 . immaicet ... fúath ┐ f. ¤ muintire nime
movements LU 1985 ( FA 5 = foscud LB). forgu cach fine
foscuchud fallscuichthe, SMFacs. 5a ( H 2.15, 15a ). nā
beith fuirech na foscuchad fair cen rochtain na Róma
digression, diversion (?) CCath. 677 .

15 fo-scuichi v i (cf. scochid) moves away, departs ; (trans.)
removes, changes: indí foscoichet (gl. discedentes) Ml 36a8 .
fosscoichet 111a4 . foscochet (gl. concedunt) Sg 215a7 .
forga gach fine a fosguiche a fallsgudh (.i. ... inti foscuchas
uatha in tiumad inndligid scuchas cucu), Laws iv 376.14
20(see SM Facs. s.v. foscugud above). fut. foscuichfit ...
anadh n-inbleogain `they shall change the stay' Laws ii 101 n .
pret. (?) in eich foscoithsetar biuc isin tir, H 3.18, p. 384b
( O'C. 845 ).
Vn. foscugud, q.v. Cf. mana ro foisccet .i. foscugud,
25 H 3.18, 397b32 = mani ro oiscet (.i. mana elat ...), Laws iv
188.10 (190.4) . See oiscid.

fo-scuiri v (scuirid) puts off ; postpones: atait secht fondaid
... fodasguirdais gach re `which would [used to ?] put off
every battle
' Laws v 306.1 = foscuirtis, O'Dav. 960 .

30 foscul n n. in expression : f. ¤ ndírich LU 6408 (one of the three
`búada aradnachta') = f. ¤ ṅdíriuch TBC 2551 (foxal ndírech
St). LL 263b29 ( MU² 250 , v.l. faescul, foxul). Wi. and
Watson, the editors of TBC and MU2 resp. take it as =
foxal (i.e. fochsal, but -chs- does not usually suffer meta-
35thesis.

foseinm n (seinm) jingling, causing to jingle or clatter (?),
champing (?) : (of impatient steeds) ic f. ¤ a nglomar ┐ a
srianmirenn ar a luinne leo a fuirech, CCath. 4960 . ech
... ac foshenm a srein, TTebe 3492 . ac fosenm na srian-
40mirend 2341 . 3064 .

foseng adj o-ā slender underneath ; (of horses) thin in the
flank (?) : ech ... foṡeng LU 8631 ( FB 47 ). dá ech ...
fosenga forlethna LU 8593 ( FB 45 ). TBC² 3391 (fosseṅga). echrada
fosenga LU 6902 ( BDD 50 ).

45 foserb n theft, pilfering (?) : foserba becca .i. mingata, O'Dav.
1466 .

fo-serba v (cf. serbad) purloins, steals, diverts fraudulently (?) :
ní bi rechta firinne foserba corp caire .i. sabhas [leg. sae-
bhas ?] a maith ara carthanaigh leis corp caith dib sech
50a ceile, O'C. 2601 ( Eg. 88, 51b ) (cf. serbadh .i. saebad,
O'Dav. 1465 . serb .i. gait 1466 ). foserba corp caire conach
naidm, H 3.18, 245 ( O'C. 464 ). laingille fri somuine foserbut,
H 3.17, c. 100.8 ( Laws i 276.19 Comm. : `rents that are
due
'). diam orc a foir foserbthar `if it be a pig that is
55stolen out of a style
' O'Dav. 1010 .

fo-sern v (sernid) lit. `strews under' ; arranges in due order,
spreads abroad, publishes (?) : fosernd clothri Connacht |
ier cul (= places himself, is seated ? of arrangement of kings
at Tara) ZCP viii 108.9 = Ériu v 234 (deisig YBL 209b14 ).
60 cobfodlaib fuiririud fosernatar feba (.i. coibdeiligthir fo-
deiliugad in degfuriridsea do srathnugad do fo ebtaig [ = fo
ḟebtaid ?] .i. fo uaisletaid), SM Facs. 47b ( Laws iii 20.20
`it is distributed according to dignity', of a banquet ; dignities
are arranged in order
). fosearnathar saire, saoire biata,
65saoire foghnuma saoire faosma ..., O'C. 2443 . ( Eg. 88, 36b ) =
fosearnuigtur, Laws ii 20.13 (cf. fosernar saorḟolta, Ériu
xiii 22.28 ). fosernar sirfocul `is circulated ' Laws iv 384.23
(with etymological gl. : is maith sernaiter in suthin focal
so), quoted by O'Dav. 845 with gl. : .i. is ardairc well-known,
70 notorious. fosernnat a noilligh, Críth G. 416 ( Laws iv
326 : `their affirmations support him (? are subordinate to
him
)' MacNeill, Law of Status 299 . See editor's note in
Críth G. ni tualaing rodgaba athgabail ... manis comtheit
suithengthad fo searnad airechta conid fri rosc ruirther,
75 Laws i 84.10 . None of the MSS. has the -n- here ; the
readings are : fodusera airucht, H 3.17, 32 ( O'D. 34 ); fo
searad airechta, O'D. 1792 ( Harl. 432, f. 6a1 ) ; fosera
airecht, H 3.18, 367b ( O'C. 787 ), H 3.17, c. 457 ( O'D, 610 ) ;
fo feara airecht, H 3.17, 400 ( O'D. 492 ). All have the gloss
80 -foirithnighenn (variously spelt), as if < fo-srethn-. Cf.
fosrend fosrendar, Anecd. v 27 (= fo sretnaighitsium ...
fosretnaigter, n. 21 ).

fosgenid ? n fer mitir im drochmnai co (┐ ona written above ;
apparently a correction) ndentar mear ┐ fonachtaide .i.
85fosgenigh ` starting ' H 3.18, 16a ( Laws iv 352y ). Cf.
fo-sceinn.