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fráechóg n ā,f. (1 fráech) heathberry, bilberry ; fraochog
` windberry ' Hog. Luibhl. na smera ┐ na fraochōga, H 3.17,
c. 339.28 ( O'Don. 441 ). barr lusa na bfhraochóg, 23 K 42,
397.16 .

5 fráechrad n o,n. (1 fráech) moorland: ic techt iar fraechrud
Mide LL 114a17 ( ScM 20 ; fraechmagh v.l.).

? fraic: n f. ¤ folt hair Met. Gl. F.F. 45 (v.l. frag, fraech). Cf.
1 fráech.

1 fraig n i,f., in Mid. Ir. also decl. as dent. stem. g s. frega,
10 Thes. ii 293.22 (SP). IT iii 39 § 30 . na froiged PH 78 .
a d s. fraig, Críth G. 226 , 232 . eter tenid ┐ fraig , Thes. ii
293.3 . co fraig SR 4733 . íar fraig LU 7203 . co fraigid
6804 . isind fraigid 1710 . fri froigid PH 523 . n p. fraigthi
LB 147a12 . fraighthi, Laws v 326.13 Comm. n s. froig
15 IGT, Decl. § 191 . (g s. -eadh, v.l. also -e ; pl. stem ḟroighth-,
froigh-).
(a) an interior wall, or a wall viewed from inside, generally
of a house. f. ¤ .i. fri haigh .i. fri huacht, Corm. Y 608 , copied
by O'Cl. : fraigh .i. fri haigh .i. fuacht. fraigthi in tige
20 LB 147a12 . fó loch Echach adba dam ... tond mo tugi,
tracht mo f. ¤ the wave my thatch, the beach my wall LU 2974 .
fri frega fál `against the wall-fence' (i.e. chamberwall)
Thes. ii 293.22 . isind raigid in taige immá cuaird ónd
ursaind díarali LU 1708 . sreth ... dí bretnasaib ... ┐ a cosa
25isind fraigid 1710 . co ndeachadsa ... i tech n-aili ... & is
tria fraighidh noicht in tigi sin no acallad som misi YBL
165b44 . téit co mboí iter Cormac ┐ f. ¤ LU 4368 (= ...
fraigid, Anecd. i 16 ). F. etir ┐ fraigid . C. etir ┐ crand. L.
etir ┐ adart (of persons around a bed) LU 3299 ( SC 10 ).
30 ó thenid co fraigid from (central) fire to wall LU 6796 ( BDD
33 ). LU 8051 ( FB 2 ). o thein co f. ¤ LL 248b39 ( TBFr. § 7 ; =
go fraigid ZCP iv 35 ). gai ... ro saig íar f. ¤ for clethi a spear
... which stretches along the wall to the roof
LU 7203 ( BDD
87 ). imscing linanairt ... fri fraigid against the wall (of
35tapestry) TFerbe 407 ( LL 256b2 ). luid A. ina airicul ┐
dobeir a druim fria raigid (= leaned against the wall of it)
LU 8773 ( FB 58 ). mo t[h]aeb co fann re fraigh (of a person
ill in bed) ZCP vi 263 § 6 . gach aon do ṡuidhe druim ré
froigh, Keat. ii 3906 , of custom observed in the king's hall
40at Tara, where all the guests sat with their backs to the
wall ; cf. atat .uii. meic thíre i ngialnai fri fraigid ina
thigseom (i.e. as hostages in his house) LU 7015 ( BDD 66 ).
is luchra grēine do f. ¤ | cruth rochaīn co ndrochālaib ZCP
vi 267 § 4 . tomus tighe Mec ind Ócc ... etir dā fraigid
45 from wall to wall ZCP viii 108 . co torchratar na hairm
asna fraigthib LU 8581 ( FB 44 ). Of a cave : fri froigid
na huama PH 523 . Fig. : Fíach dar Fálga f. ¤ `a shield
guarding Fálga
' Met. Dinds. iv 206 . See also 2 fraig. Of
eyelid : sruth serb ... aslocha fraigh n-abrat n-uar ZCP
50 vii 299.16 . Of a board or bench (a seat running along the
wall ?) : focerdsad cupa ... ar claruib, ┐ froighthiph an
toighe, Aisl. Tund. 112 § 3 .
(b) in poetic style, of vault of sky, generally pl. : gur
thuit froigh na firminte TD 8.6 . ic tuitim a fraigtibh na
55firmaminte, CCath. 4325 . Suass a ffraigtip na firmeinnte,
Fl. Earls 140.10 . on talam suas co froighthib na firma-
mindti RC xxviii 310 § 4 . i bfraoighthibh na firmameinte,
Maguires of F. 24.23 . a bhfraoithibh na fiormamint TBC
p. 563 n. 1 . Hence absol. the sky: co ceolaib Hiruphin |
60aṅgel uas fraig, Arch. iii 219 § 9 (possibly angel is g p.).
(c) co fraig (in this sense rarely fraigid) `to the wall' =
to the utmost extent, entirely: Enna ba flaith Fail co f. ¤ LL
18a49 . R. ri Fail gu fraidh BB 47b18 (= Ériu xiii 71 , where
this is cited as ex. of : f. ¤ .i. fairrgi ; hence f. ¤ .i. fairrge,
65O'Cl. rogab Flathroi . fuind co f. ¤ . rige dar eis D., Rawl.
165b17 . (In the above ex. the gen. is governed by fraig). in
cach coiciudh ... na hErend etir chill is tir co f. ¤ , Ériu viii
67.7 . nír soinmech a feis co froig `not joyous ... at all' Met.
Dinds. iii 434 ; cf. ro bí in fer ... co f. ¤ 242 (or does this belong
70to 3 fraig ?). gairm co f. ¤ (chev.) Anecd. ii 67 . críoch Ghaoi-
dheal fád go froighidh the land of the G. is thine as far as it
extends
TD 10.20 . Esp. in phr. co fairrge f. ¤ = as far as the
seabounding-wall i.e. shore: tír Cannain co fairgi f. ¤ SR
4733 . otá in síd co fairge f. ¤ , Met. Dinds iii 28 . ? tairind
75dinetan do f. ¤ LU 2981 (the gloss .i. tabair haigid form,
seems due to misunderstanding of dinetan). Of the horizon
(conceived as a wall bounding the ocean) : cen imcasin
di bith buan acht fairggi f. ¤ SR 2579 .
Cf. 4 fraig.

80 2 fraig (fraic) n Form and precise meaning uncertain. If
the -g is lenited the exx. may belong to 1 fraig. a shield
(poetic term) ; prob. in strict sense some part of a shield :
ceithre hanmann in scéith ... fraic (fraig v.l.) cobhra fáilte
finneall, Met. Gl. FF 37 . frag no fraig .i. sciath, O'Cl. f. ¤ (.i.
85sciath) da heim (.i. didin) ZCP v 486 § 6 (B. na f.). ditnid
tri choicir i cath | chroderg áclách cailgg fria fraicc (:slaitt)
LL 146b7 (line refers to a shield ; `point against shield'
PRIA iii 540 ). f. ¤ re f. ¤ ... colg fri colc ML² 1991 (`shield'
ML 147 ). ? cromsciath ... co cobraid firalaind ... co mbil
óir ... co cetheora, lanna ... fraig iairn imdaṅgen aithlegtha
5aci LL 237b33 ( TTr. 1544 , `a dagger (?)' [cf. 3 fraig], `a
spear
' Bugge, who derived f. ¤ i. here from ON iarnfrakki,
KM Misc. 299 , but this is rejected by Marstrander on phonetic
grounds, and also because the context suggests that the
words refer to part of a shield, Bidrag 123 ). Cf. froighthe
10na sgiath CMT 996 . fraighthe iaruinn aithleaghtha bádur
acca 867 (also of shields ; passages perhaps influenced by
TTr.). f. ¤ a fraxino .i. fid rigin, O'Mulc. 493 . H 2.15, p. 118
is prob. an etym. gloss on this word.