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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.

fothráil n f. d'ḟ. ¤ chíos `as an additional tribute ' (as if = foráil,
furáil) TD 35.7 (do ffraill, d'fotrail v.l.; d'ofráil LBranach
1438 ). Cf. othráil ?

15 ? fothreb n a small cultivated plot (?): fatreb .i. gort, St. Gl.
397 . Possibly fatreb is merely a fanciful spelling of atreb,
or for fo t.

fothrebad n u,m. literally petty or minor husbandry (`untere
Wirtschaft' oder `Nebenwirtschaft
' Thurn. Ir. Law 31 ):
20 do urgnamtaib fotrebtha , Laws ii 364.26 (here applied to
`Milchwirtschaft', Thurn., l.c.).

fothrétaid n m. an under-herdsman or shepherd: pl. fothreud-
aidhthe ... ag ionghaire a ttreuda (of inferior clergy) Luc.
Fid. 362.8 .

25 fothromm n m. An alteration of fothronn through influence
of fuaimm ? For -mm, cf. fothromm TBC 5036 , and mod.
fothram; but cf. also fothramh, -romh, -ramh readings of
St in 5025 , 5036 , 5072 , and fothromh, CCath. 4438 . A
noise (of loud and discordant sounds): in fúaim ┐ in f. ¤
30 TBC 5025 . rocloss fúargḟ. ¤ na sluag i céin LL 111a44 ( RC
xiv 426 ). co cualatar in fothrum assind aér LL 273b29 . f. ¤
na fén ica foghluasacht, CCath. 1835 . a fothrum ┐ a fidhrén
na sleige, Acall. 6797 . Of noise caused by movement of
stags, horses, etc. 913 , 1506 n ., 1780 n . re fothrum a fann-
35bratach YBL 305a56 ( MR 184.7 : ` rustling ') fuaimm ┐ f. ¤
an oighin iar mbéim na cloic[h]e dho FM iv 788.13 (= `the
great sound thereof
' Ann. Clonm. 1406 ). fothrum mór,
Micah ii 12 . pn As name of a hound: Fothram (: Goll) Oss.
iv 20.16 . Cf. fothronn.

40 fothronn n o,m. prob. earlier n. (Stokes, Acall. Gl. s.v. fothrom
cprs. W. godorun) a loud discordant noise: ba sí méit a
fothraind ... amal bid fothrond coecat carpat LU 8260
( FB 20 ). co cúala ... amal bid fótrond farrci dimóre LU 9099
( FB 85 ). co cúala in fothrond chuci LU 9090 ( FB 84 ). rochúala ...
45in fothrond (of boats coming to shore) LU 6944 ( BDD 57 ).
ro erig fathrand ┐ fidren ruad-lasrach ... do thenid inna
hidbarta, TTebe 2244 .

fothrucud n u,m. n s. in fothrugud Hy v 38 . fothragadh
fathragadh IGT III § 65 . g p. fothaircthe, d p. fothaircthib
50 Sg 217a4 , cf. fothorcadh (fothracadh v.l.), Anecd. i 68 § 160
( YBL 8b ), foirthicadh RC xxix 144 § 68 ( Eg. 106, 49b ),
g s. ? foirticidh [leg. -adh ? See below] ib. RC 110 § 3 ( Eg. 106 45a ).
(a) bathing, washing , generally, but not exclusively, of
immersing the body: fothrucad ... .i. in corp uile fou,
55 Corm.Y 597 (where it is distinguished from indlat). na
derntar isin domnach ... folcad na f. ¤ na nige, Ériu ii 200 § 17 .
coraig in cloich isin tsruth | dēna fuirri f. ¤ | ...co riae in
t-usce do brāgait SR 1598 . co n-acca in n-óclaig oca f. ¤
isind abaind LU 5224 (= ḟothrocod TBC² 745 ). dogní
60[sic leg.] C. a fatracud washes himself IT iii 195 § 36 . arna
ḟ. ¤ na ḟuil LL 171a50 ( CRR 4 ). fuil righḟlatha ┐ t'fothragad
eisde RC xliii 120 § 123 . tige fochraicthi (= fothraicthe),
Alex. 594 . R. do écc in ndabaigh ḟothraicthe FM iii 354.11 .
Freq. of washing as a rite of hospitality: boí ... día réir co
65fothrocud ┐ co folcud ┐ co lennaib inmescaib LU 9048
( FB 79 ). as liomsa ... tosach fothraiccthi re bfleidh ZCP
viii 219 § 8 . tosach failte is fothraccaidh (: cain) BNnÉ
255.20 . cf. doroinedh umhla fosaich ┐ foirticidh doibh
(which is evidently a corruption of ... umalosaic ┐ foth-
70rucud ...) RC xxix 110 § 3 . o ḟothraictib (-ruicib v.l.) teeib
na ḟuaraib, Alex. 866 . dāla in fothraice ... as to bathing ...
Ériu v 24.25 . doronait gretha glanḟothraicthi leo LL
174b44 ( CRR 24 ). dognither gríthgretha do glanḟ. ¤ dóib
LL 253b45 ( TFerbe 84 ). dorónait gretha glanfothraicthe dóib
75 LL 109b41 ( R.C. xiv 416 ). do rindedh fliuchcaomhna
foilcthe ┐ fothraicthe dhóibh ITS v 82.23 (other exx. s.v.
fliuch-). Folld. by defining gen.: foithraicedh criadh
(as a cure) a mud-bath (?) ZCP x 303.14 (H 2.12; corresp.
to TBC p. 517 ). fothrugadh luaidhe a bath of (molten) lead
80 Ériu iii 164y , cf. lind luaidi do legad ... ┐ fuil ... do theistin
isin lind luaide ┐ fothrucad do ass YBL 137a21 = ZCP iii
227 ). fathrucud fín, Ériu vii 200 § 8 . a bḟothraigthibh
fola (of corpses on a battle-field) ML 130.26 ( ML² 1745 ).
(Fig.) tobar féile ... do cháidh faoi da fothrogadh, Aithd.
85Dána 18.33 .
Cf. édach na manach dia diunnach ┐ fothraccadh, BNnÉ
296 § 31 , where it may mean washing (clothes), but probably
belongs to (b) below.
Of annealing: a dhá ṡleagh ... ar na bhḟothrughadh
5[sic] as fuil nathrach (perh. merely `dipped' in their finished
state), Aoidhe Cl. Tuireann 176 x ( Atl. iv ). cf. a nDia a
lochthobar na leag | cia an foth[r]agadh nach fuairsead ?
O'Hussey T.C. p. 3 .
(b) a bathing-place, a bath: fothragadh (gl. balneum),
10 Ir. Gl. 822 . in t[h]erma .i. hi linn nó hi fothrugud RC xviii
385 (cf. YBL 137a cited above). ocna fothaircthib (gl.
ad balneas) Sg 217a4 . corice in fothracud hi Raid Both
`the bath at Raphoe' Cáin Ad. 23 . don cloich fothraicthe
(stone for heating water), Laws i 68.18 Comm. cf. fotracud
15forsin clárudh cen tincur o dhune acht na clocha ind ┐ ass
IT iii 195 § 36 .
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