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fothla(e) (vn. of fo-tlen) withdrawing, deducting, abduct-
80ing (?). In Laws used of a kind of trespass on property :
f. ¤ ┐ tothla ┐ an ┐ airgsiu (species of `duinecaithe' or man-
trespass) Laws iv 98.18 Comm. Cf. andilsi do flaithib f. ¤ tothla
an tan (= ān tān) aircsiu ZCP xii 366.16 ( H 3.18, p. 7b ).
smachta f. ¤ ┐ tothla Laws iv 106.20 (defined as trespass of a
85party who unharnesses on a neighbour's land and refuses to
quit on being warned off). i f. ¤ t'airgetlaig `for digging thy
silvermine
' (?) Laws i 166.26 . cuimne cin f. ¤ , aisnéis cin
forrán, H 3.17, c. 442 (one of the five obligations of a ráth-
security) (= Bürgsch. 40z : `ohne heimliche Verminderung';
`without slipping' O'Don., Suppl.). ben fothlai no forcuir
5`heimlich beschlafen' (abducted ?) Caratnia 39 . fer fothlai
(a division of the `bó-aire' class), Laws iv 298.18 ; 314.24
( Críth G. 18 ; 248 ) where it is defined: isé remíbí boair-
echaib in sin, arinnī fotlen a boairechus do thaurcreicc
ceili; `a man of withdrawal ... because he withdraws some-
10what from the position of
bóaire in order to lend capital to
clients
' MacNeill, Laws of Status 293 ; because his rank
deducts from the proportionate stock which he gives to his
`ceile'
? Plummer. See Binchy, Críth G. p. 89 . bō ōcc
... co laeog a cuirp fo [leg. féin ?] lei ni bi laeg fothla na
15tothla H 3.18, 146a ( O'C. 251 ); cf. oc fennad loíg fothlai
(= taken from the stall, or filched ?) LL 260a17 (Lg. IT i
71.15 ).
The follg. ex. is perhaps corrupt, cf. Ériu ii 208 § 28 :
fothlai na pian a n-iffirn cin crich cin forcend LB 203b57 .

20 fothlacht : x see fochlocht.

fothlucc n f. ¤ ML (Tochm. M.) 154 is a misprinting of foch-
lucc YBL 329a22 . The meaning here seems to be youngster.
cf. fochloc.

fothmainde ? ind a lem ... do lind Lochlainde | ni tu in f. ¤
25find fidchille IT iii 100.2 = ailem ... fochmainde, Thurn.
Zu Ir. Hs. u. Lit. 70 ( Hy M 194vb ). Cf. fathmann ?

fothmin : x see foidmen.

fothna : n whey; curds: see fothana.

fothóin n f. (ton) the rump, buttock (?): in tarb sliasta no
30in ḟothoin (gl. exugiam), Gild. Lor. 95 .

fotholl n o,m. (toll) an underground hollow or cavity, trench
or souterrain (natural or artificial): fuair S. fotoll talman
┐ badar fri ciana and BB 377a33 (= Dinds. 52 ; fotholl
Lec. 238ra36 ). co facatar in fotoll talman i mbadar ┐ no
35claidet forru, Dinds. 52 (= BB 377a42 ; fotholl, Lec.).
f. ¤ toí talman, Met. Dinds. iii 250 . loscind ... do linad na
n-áitte ... .i. fithise ┐ fothuill in tire LB 118a33 = YBL
289b13 . cor linadh lais ... na fothuill ┐ na tairclasa (of
Joseph storing wheat) YBL 287a19 . co clos a n-allaib ┐ a n-esaib
40┐ a fothollaib in talman, Ériu viii 44.2 . doghniatt fithisi &
fothuill talman is na muraibh, Hugh Roe 234.12 (f. 62b) .
darsna fothollaibh talmhan ┐ tarsan lethanclais FM vi
2072 (= fossa vallumque in O'Sullivan Beare's account).
a ccorraibh a ccochall, ┐ tar fothollaibh a ffoichrios, Cath
45M.T. 764 .

fothond n f. ¤ .i. muclaithe iarsindi bis fo thuind amail in
cerndubhān, ut dixit Fer Mumhan: rucht fothuind ...,
Corm.Y 662 . Meyer Bruchst. § 157 suggests a sow's lair
(muclaithe = muclaige). Name of some aquatic animal ?
50but fothuind may be an adj. descriptive of some kind of
sound; see fothuind below.

fothonsnát : v 3 pl. pres. gl. subripiunt Ml 43a8 . Asc. and
Ped. ii 634 correct to fochosnat (= fo-com-snī); Strachan
suggests fo-don-snāt `which steal upon us' (the glossator
55taking subripiunt as = subrepunt).

fothorand n ā,f. a subdivision: in f. ¤ , Auraic. 1921 . in fh. ¤
ib. ocht fothoirnde ... ┐ cethri primthoirnde na n-ocht
fothoirnd 1897 .

fothoscaigid n i,m. a follower, successor (disciple): rofor-
60chansat sidhe a fothoscaighthe ┐ a ndeisciplu, Lism.L.
4627 . triana apstalaib ... ┐ triana fothoscaghthib noemdaib
olcheanai, Trip. 6.25 (71) .

fothracht : x see fochlocht.

fothraicid v i (usually treated as simple vb., but originally
65a compd.: fo-truic-, cf. Fél. May 8 cited below) bathes,
washes , generally of total immersion, less often of partial
ablution; trans., refl. and intrans. pass. pres. s. fóthrúicther,
Thes. i 4.25 ( Southampton Psalter 47a ). anais co foilc ┐
co fothraic LU 4782 (in the vocab. to his Stories from the
70Tain Strachan took foilc and fothraic as acc. sg. and through
over-sight the error remained uncorrected in the sub-
sequent editions). fothraic in cétna culén i fín ... forḟoth-
raic in tanaise i corcair LL 319c38 . sruth tened, sruth
snechtaide ... is intib sin nos fotraicet slúaig ... na ndemna
75 LU 2237 ( FA 30 ). nofothraic Lugaid ... il-loch L. ros-
fothraic dano Fial ... sind abaind ... LL 13a7 . ni rosfoilc
┐ ni rosfothraic, CCath. 1170 . fothruicfídh é féin a n-uisce,
Levit. xvii 15 . a chuithem ... i na fothraictís na demnu
PH 8270 . inna fuil fo-truicset, Fél. May 8 . With A(S) of
80liquid, etc.: atnaig usce ina chúach ... ┐ fothraicis ass LU
4262 ( SG 84 ). robhennach ... uiscci ┐ ro fothraiccit an
rioghan ass, BNnÉ 14 § 8 . dotfothraig [ = not-f.] eissi (i.e.
in the well), Cóir Anm. 251 . With FOR: ro delbad ... .ccc.
bo craind cona línphattaib dubodraib ... ┐ fos fothraicit
85iar sin for dubrota LL 169a28 (= rofothraicit, Dinds. 46 ).
Immerses, plunges: meni fothraicthe sin choire fola ...
hí (of a spear) LL 267b28 ( MU² 742 ). By extension, of
plunging or thrusting into solids: gur ḟothruicheadar an
da laighin ... san laochmhileadh ML 126.28 (... fothraicedar,
etc. ML² 1686 ). Cf. fosnessa sleig culind i n-a bond traiged
5coras fothraic eter feoil ┐ chnam TBC 2187 = cur rusfotraic
St; Windisch's expl. (as = rus-fothraigd = ro thregd, see
tris-gata) seems unjustified; possibly the infixed pron.
is reflex. so that it plunged i.e. ran between flesh and bone.
rofotraicsidar ... an mbrath luirg ` brandished ' TTebe
10 1002 = quassabat Theb. ii 619 is evidently corrupt.
Vn. fothrucud, q.v.