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frémaigid, prém- v (frém). (a) intrans. takes root: co ro
ḟrémaiget isin talmain LB 192a11 ( PH 1254 ). in crand ...
ro remhaid (= ro ḟrémhaigh) hi talmain ZCP xiv 16.20 .
(fig.) nos ... Neill N. ... 'ma frémaigit neartchlanna Neill
5 have their origin MR 116.20 .
(b) trans. causes to take root, plants : (fig. ) mar a ndérna
Caoimghin crabhadh, | Gaoidhil do fhremhaigh re thaobh
BNnÉ 131.10 . as a bpáis Chríosd fhreumhaighter í (sc. an
Eaglais) Parrth. Anma 453.9 .

10 frémamail adj i (frém) radical, primary: do dhíoth ... na
flichidheachta fréamhamhla, TSh. 1578 . diosgaoileadh
... na mball bpremhamail, 23 K 42, 174.6 .

frémugad, prém- n u,m. (vn. of frémaigid): do chuaidh ...
do phréamhughadh ... cinidh Scuit i nAlbain, Keat. ii 5792 .
15 ar na bhar bhfrémhugadh ... a ngrádh, Ephes. iii 18 .

fren ? ind f. ¤ a frenis .i. ó [ḟ]rit[h]gabalaib, O'Mulc. 521 (leg.
frén, a late derivative from Lat. frenum ? Stokes). Possibly
same word as follg.

frén ind (earlier form of frém, q.v. see Thurn. ZCP xii 409 ,
20disputed by Pedersen, Ériu xvi , but hardly on sufficient
grounds). f. ¤ fíne, Fél. Oct. 10 v.l. nír ás f. ¤ na flesc feda
trit LL 5a39 . fó flaith fó frén fírbalc IT iii 41.4 . pl. issed
immeḟolngai a ḟorbairt a réna do thuaslocad [sic leg.] Sg
127b3 . isē ro gab doib in ndarbre cona frenaib, Rawl.
25 132a49 ( Expuls. 13 , i.e. attacked them with uprooted oaks
for cudgels ?), cf. nin .i. fren oghuim, O'Dav. 1288 . freoin
g s. (?), Rawl. 122b30 seems corrupt; cf. fireoin in the same
passage LL 315a39 .
See follg.

30 frénaide adj io-iā native, original: fréunaidhe .i. bunata, O'Cl.
No further ex. recorded. Cf. frén.

*frénaigid v (= frémaigid, q.v.) cf. ro renachsat na clāra
tirma ┐ doratsat a torad PH 1257 ( LB 192a14 ).

frenc n a twist, distortion: for mac F. ba freng, Bk. of O'Conor
35Don 284a § 13 . In compd.: frencbán: aighthi frengbana
fuataite `distorted pale' CCath. 6093 (hence, prob., freanc
.i. camadh: aighthe freancbhána .i. aighthe asar beanadh
camadh, O'Cl. See follg. freangc ` curviture, distortion '
P.O'C. is prob. < O'Cl.; cf. freangc .i. croiceann, ib.

40 frencaid v ā (frenc. Cf. freangcam `I bend, bow ' P.O'C. ):
do réir mar chuiris an dair freanc féin í as thou hast planted
the oak, so bend it thyself
Tóruigheacht Dhiarmuda § 58
( Oss. iii 206z ).

frencca adj.: rolabuir co frencca fuadaidhi (= with dis-
45jointed utterance ?) D iv 2, 40va28 . See frenc.

frepa n = frepaid q.v.: in B. na f., ni fola ar f. ¤ (.i. ni fétfad
sé ar leighes) ZCP v 488 § 4 . pl. conmesc side na lube conā
fesai a frepai cōri healing properties RC xii 68 § 35 (leg.
frepthai ?).

50 frepad n m. analogical form (perh. merely misspelling) of
frepaid. freapadh .i. leigheas, O'Cl. og f. ¤ in firsi [sic leg.]
RC iii 344.21 (= Dream of Oengus 4 ) ni rochumhaingsett
na leghe freapadh dia t[h]raighthibh could not heal his feet
Hugh Roe 24.12 (f. 7a) .

55 frepaid n i,f. (vn. of fris-ben) healing; curative treatment,
remedy, cure: n s. frepaid (gl. cura) Ml 123c3 . dognith a
ḟrebaid LU 1588 ( IT ii2 213z ). in phrepaid, Laws v 308z
Comm. d s. do frebaid .i. du íc (gl. [locus] remedio) Ml 58a4 .
n p. frepthi 123c4 . do ḟrebaid Fergusa to cure F. LU 1593
60( IT ii2 214 ). iar f. ¤ fosisedar derosc `after cure which [a
leech's] verdict acknowledges
' BCrólige 60 . fer freptha
(.i. in fer bis isin freptaidh [< frepaidtig ?]) the patient
Laws i 268.7 (300.26) . re frepta do liaig a time for treatment
v 308.19 . re na frepaidhi .i. an ḟrepaid mór na teora
65mbliadhan ┐ na tri mís, O'C. 2308 ( Eg. 88, 23b ). cuin[d]gidh
freapta i fritagaidh ecca (of a hopeless undertaking), CCath.
4400 . In moral sense: in aine ... is f. ¤ sin do leigius a chinad
PH 4980 . de frepuid na coibsen `the healing effect of that
confession
' Mon. Tall. § 78 ( Rule of Céli Dé 28 ). eolas ...
70frepuide cuibde di cech pheccad LB 11b48 ( Rule of Céli
Dé 59 ). ma doberar a f. ¤ cōir LB 10b6 ( Rule of C.D. 28 ). penna-
toir ... frepthae cech pecthae, Ériu vii 135 ( ZCP iii 24.30 ).
it e in so freptai ind etraid Ériu vii 138 = freptha ZCP iii 25.27 .

frepthanaigidir v (cf. frepaid) heals: ? 1 s. perf. arrufrep-
75thanaigthiisiur [leg. -gisiur, Thes.] (gl. medicatus) Ml 103a6 .
Cf. nephreptanaigthe .i. nephícthe, gl. inmedicabilem 76a17 .

fresabra n m. (cf. abra) opposition: ro bui f. ¤ ac Fergus F.'s
authority was opposed
Laws i 76.18 Comm. berid in mBóroma
fó di cen ḟ. ¤ LL 305a15 ( RC xiii 98 ). reim gan freassabra,
80 CCath. 5797 . ba hé in fó co f. ¤ `the stout warrior trained in
contest
' Met. Dinds. iii 58 . cen co beith rosacht na freasabra
ris im airdrigi MR 118.10 . du gab se ... tigernus chuicid
Ulad uili cin f. ¤ , Ann. Conn. 1315 § 2 . ní bhiadh fresabhra
friú ... im oirdhearcus an mhadhma do beith forra the
85glory of having gained the victory would have been theirs
without dispute
FM v 1646 . ... etir chill ┐ tuaith do neoch
bai i ffresabhra friss iii 198 . ni ḟuair do ḟreasabhra ris ...
he had not so much opposition as ... TD 17.41 . Esp. in
phrase: RÍ CEN (CO) F. ¤ a king without (with) opposition,
applied to the high-king of Ireland according as his supre-
5macy was uncontested or otherwise: mad do Leith Cuind
in rí ┐ Leth Cuind ule ┐ oenchóiced al-Leith Moga ace, is
rí Temra ┐ Herenn co fressabra in fer sain, Trip. 524 ( LL
26a25 ). do ní rig Erenn co freasabra de, gin gu beth acht
aenbaili d'Erinn i na ingnais du neoch na roibi aigi fecht
10aile BB 341a12 ( Laws v 50.27 Comm. ). rí go bhfreasabhra,
mar atá rí aga raibhe mórán d'uaislibh Éireann ag cur
na aghaidh fa ḟlaitheas Éireann do bheith na ṡeilbh, Keat.
iii 4963 . rí Erenn co f. ¤ no cen f. ¤ , Laws v 114.10 Comm.
( BB 348b33 . YBL 205a47 ). Toirrdhealbhach Ua Briain,
15rí Ereann co fresabhra FM ii 926 (1086) . do bhí 'na ádhbhar
righ gan ḟreasabhra ML 4.5 ( ML² 30 ). se bliadna a lánrighe
Laigen gan f. ¤ ZCP viii 111.30 . righe gan [ḟ]reasabra [sic
leg.] ix 171 § 6 . ris da raib [f]reasabra [sic leg.] trā | d'uaim,
d'innis nó d'orlēna ib. § 7 .
20Compd. ¤ rí = rí co f. (?): croichet fresabrattrig `a croi-
chet for a King opposed in his government' Laws i 48.13 .