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fris-brudi v i rejects, refuses , with acc. (rarely FRI) or subord.
clause : indí frisbrudi (gl. renuentis) Ml 44b12 . (dep.) fris-
brúdémor, (gl. aporiamur 2 Cor. iv 8 ) Wb 15b22 (`literal
and unidiomatic translation of the Lat. deponent,' Thes.
65 i 601 n. c ). tegdais frisbruide menma ind fir uit[h]ir
`against which the mind of the sick man revolts' BCrólige 23
(= O'Dav. 821 ). fouith frisnada bruid sochaide [leg. -snda-],
Laws iv 206.16 ( SM Facs. 16b ). frísbruig ... Laegaire fri
Patraic, Laws iii 28.12 . no frithbhruidheadh biadh in
70druad ┐ no sceidhedh, Lism.L. 1227 . (= fastidiebat Lat. Lives
68 ). Cf. no frithbruitiud (.i. no obad) tecosc in druad ┐
no asced, in corresp. text LB 62b27 . rofrithbruid (.i. ro
obustair) ... M. na grada sin ar inisle refused orders from
humility
Lat. Lives 89 . ro [ḟ]rithbruithset adrad ídal,
75 Trip. 224.13 (2661) . ro frithbruid F. co ro airaimed orba
a athar refused to receive 68.17 (= ro frithbruith 724 ; ro
frithbruth .i. ro diult, Arch. iii 18.12 ). ro [ḟ]rithbruithset
co ngabtais forru fer ... do rig, Trip.² 1455 ( Trip. 126 ).
Folld. by neg. clause : ro frithbrudestar conar bo thiug a
80thoeb RC xx 274 ( ACC 101 Comm. on frisbert) = ro rith-
brutistar LB 239a ; ro rithbrúi LU 1032 . Perh. with obj.
understood : `he rejected (food)' Stokes. cidh frisa frith-
bruthtar Iúdas cena thuidhin wherefore is J. rejected ?
O'Dav. 820 = H 3.18, 442a ( O'C. 1076 ) = Eg. 88, 31ab ( O'C.
85 2400 ) = H 3.17, 573 ( O'D. 799 ) in all of these it is written
large, as text-matter.
Vn. frithbruth, q.v.

friscarad ? x see s.v. feiscre.

fris-cathaigedar v I Fights against, opposes, revolts against
3 s. pres. subj. friscathaigedar (gl. rebellare) Ml 90a6 . mac
5... nad frithchathaighedar nechtar da lína whom neither of
the parties impugns
O'Dav. 912 .
II Fights on behalf of, beside: pret. do frithchathaidhset ,
CCath. p. 182 n. 7 = ro foirset , 2368 .
Vn. frithchathugud, q.v.

10 fris-cing v steps, advances, proceeds: fut. friscichset midaig
RC xxvi 36 § 178 (= frisgcichsiut .i. firsguchait as na
miodhoigh Y 248a24 ). The glosses here seem to connect the
form with scochid. Cf. friscich (friscuich MS. see fris-scuich)
comrac im Chnámchaill RC xxvi 46 § 246 (Rawl. ; friscith .i. cichistar
15 YBL 250b30 ). friscichset for cenna díb `your heads will
depart from you
' BDD 90 ( LU 7239 ).

fris-cloí v subdues, vanquishes: pres. 3 pl. na curaidh fris-
clāid catha `welche Schlachthaufen niederwerfen' Sitzb. d.
preuss. Akad. 1919 v. 92 § 15 .

20 fris-comai, v -frecmai guards, keeps: friscomai, Laws v
370.17 (leg. ni agai ... f. ¤ it is not the period that retains it ?).
past subj. frecmad .i. fircoimet no frescesin ut est ara frecmad
cach gaire a flatha, O'Dav. 984 .
Vn. frecomét, q.v.
25For : cen ni frecmai a coibsena LB 10b10 ( Rule of Céli
Dé § 28 ) Gwynn would read ceni frecmairc, Rule of T., etc.,
p. 99 . See under fris-comairc.

fris-comairc, v -frecmairc, asks questions of (a pers., with
acc. or DO) ; asks for (a thing) : friscomarc dia aite, H 3.18,
3016b18 ( Laws iv 356.20 ). friscomhairc cioa bo cuich en laech
enquires who was the warrior RC xii 72 § 44 . cení frecmairc
coibsina `though he does not ask for confessions' Mon. Tall.
§ 23 (= frecmai, R. Céle nDé 28 , which Gwynn emends to
frecmairc, Rule of T. p. 70 ; Plummer, however, would
35retain frecmai, ib. p. 99 . See fris-comai). pres. subj. dep. 2 s.
friscomarser .i. dia fiarfaighe, ut est cotrirther friscomarser
and so uile, O'Dav. 1012 . (with tmesis) mad fris gais comair-
ser if thou consult wisdom Laws iv 18.18 . pret. 3 s. dep.
friscomarcair doib cia rig no geibtais i 72.25 Comm . (= Ériu
40 xvi 38 § 7 ). friscomarcar ... do Finn cia bo he RC xxv 348 .
Pass. pres. friscomarcar ni frecnairc [leg. frecmairc ?] he
is consulted
O'C. 2070 ( H 4. 22, 67b ) = Laws iv 358.11
( H 3. 18, 16b ).
Vn. frecmarc, q.v. See also 2 frecnairc.

45 ? fris-comraic v essays, attempts (?). Cf. 3 pl. pres. fricom-
raiced nad comailled they essay what they do not finish Tec.
Corm. p. 34 n. 3 ( BB 64a29 = forcomraicet, Lec. Facs.
146v6 ). friscomair cach a baoth (.i. friscoimedaid [firc.
O'C.] ... no comraice ...) Laws v 356 ( Eg. 88, 30b , O'C.
50 2390 ) = friscongair cach, etc., O'C. 2415 ( Eg. 88, 32b ).

? fris-congair : x see end of prec.

fris-cuirethar v (for conjugation see cuirithir and fo-ceird).
I Puts towards, applies to (only sense in Glosses) in phrase
f. ¤ céill ` applies (one's) mind to ' = attends to, cultivates,
55 worships , used in Glosses to transl. Lat. colere and compds.
ipv. 2 s. frecuirthe ceill (gl. recole) Bcr 33b2 . pres. colo .i.
friscuirim ceill isin ṅdirgetaid itá Dia, Rawl. 106b38 (= Lib.
Hymn. 184 ). Cf. frecurim sea ceill atamchomnaic dir-
gitetaid mo Crist ... LU 1152 . íc neich fritcurethar cheill
60 who worships him Ml 41d16 . fut. 1 s. frisfoichiurr ceill 78c8 .
Pass. pres. subj. pl. friscoirter c. 21d3 . past subj. s. combad
and namma friscoirthe céil that he was worshipped there only
95a1 . ni frecuirem céil ... o ḟothraictib teeib na fuaraib
we do not trouble about Alex. 865 . muine frecurthur cēll
65co foltuib techtaib unless proper precautionary measures
are taken
ZCP xiv 373 § 36 ( Laws ii 286 where glossator
seems to misunderstand the verb, taking it here in sense II.
Stokes in a manuscr. note in his copy rendered [unless]
`there is cultivation'].
70 II Opposes ; rejects, sets aside , in Laws glossed by
athcuir- : is flaith friscuirther (.i. is e in flaith sin adha-
chuires na flaithe eile dhe), Laws ii 306.18 ( ZCP xiv 381 ,
where Thurn. corrects to friscuirethar and renders `der sich
[andern] Herren widersetzt [sie abweisen] kann
). it he teora
75trebuire ... nad rithrolat comarbai < nō na cumgat comarba
do cumscugud > which the successors cannot set aside SM
Facs. 17a ( Laws iv 210.29 ). acht ni frithrolaither ... .i.
acht na fír-athcurthar, O'Dav. 1396 . danae Dee nis-frith-
choirthi do not reject them Vitae SS. Hib. (Plummer) i 62 .
80 ná tíagar co n-étar fer ro laa ... ┐ friscuriur mo phopa Fergus
(i.e. I except) LU 4741 (cf. ni théssid secce ... cen motha F.
4809 ). friscoirter [leg. -cuirethar ?] gai in gai `falsehood
is opposed in falsehood
' IT iii 201.1 . fris cuirter, Fél. Jan.
25 probably consists of rel. FRI with -cuir-, cf. fo-ceird, (h).
85 Vn. frecor ; see also frithchor.

fris-dorchaigedar v g (formed to gloss Lat. obtenebrare)
darkens, obscures: pres. subj. pass. sg. frisndorchaigther
Ml 73c3 .