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60 fris-oirg v O.Ir. forms: ipv. 3 s. na fridoirced Wb 14a27 .
2 pl. na frithorcaid Ml 114a9 . pres. 2 s. frisorcai ssiu Ml
44b31 . fritamm oirci 44b26 . 3 s. frisoirc 63b17 . 3 pl. frisor-
cat 15a8 . fritammorcat 39c27 . nad frithorgat 79a2 . impf.
3 s. frisorcad 118a1 . 3 pl. frisoirctis 67b14 . with rel. infixed
65 pron. frissidnoirctis 39a20 . pres. subj. 3 s. rel. fris n orr
15a10 . (with perf. -com-) frischomarr 77a12 . 3 pl. rel. frisn
orrat 80b9 . past subj. 3 s. rel. frisn orrad 124d8 . 2 pl.
frisorthe Wb 10c12 . fut. 1 s. frissiurr Ml 37c12 . 3 s. fritamm
ior 32d27 . fritatn iarr 93a15 . 3 pl. rel. frisn errat 100c9 .
70 fritamm iurat 33a1 . pret. and perf. (in Glosses with perf.
com-) 1 sg. friscomurt sa Wb 33a12 . 3 s. frisort, Trip. 138.17
(1597) . friscomart Ml 63b11 . friscommart ZCP xii 365.19 .
-frithchomart Ml 47a2 . 3 pl. friscomartatar Wb 5b11 .
fris comartat Ml 111b1 . Pass. pres. s. frissorcar Wb 6c13 .
75 frisnorgar Ml 77d10 (see note in Thes). pres. subj. pl. rel.
frisnorratar, Enchir. Aug. 70a ( ZCP vii 480 ). perf. s. fritum
chomart sa Wb 33a12 . pp. frithortae, vn. frithorcun, q.v.
Molests, offends, injures , with acc. or DO or FRI of pers.;
glosses offendere, afficere (in-, of-ficere), laedere, affligere,
80aversari, insultari; not common in Mid. Ir. is mese nad
frithchomart nech (qui laeserim neminem) Ml 47a2 . fris
nahi fritamm orcat sa 62c21 . na fridoirced nech dialailiu
Wb 14a27 . format is cummae frisoirc dundí bes isliu ┐
bes huaisliu, Ériu vii 160.13 . frisort dó uisqe ... et maledixit
85ei (= opposed his passage), Trip. 138.17 (1597) . With FRI :
is amal bid fri Crist frisorthe Wb 10c12 . Absol. ar cech
ulc ... frisoirg forsin talmain, Fél. Ep. 444 . Cf. acht rutuaisi
┐ ni fritorga `does not contradict' Ériu vii 168.30 (corrupt ?).
Cf. frithortaid.

*fris-rá v `rows against,' rows backwards (?): ipv. 2 pl. frith-
5raith bar curach fur culo, Anecd. i 65 § 129 (corresp. to :
tecam for cúlu ┐ na himpam in curach ... LU 1871 ). ? ticfa
in ri ... techtfaidh cach congal frisraí fingal lais forith cloc
BB 266b60 = YBL 191b5 ( ZCP xiii 27 ).

? fris-reith v `runs against,' runs along, traverses in runn-
10ing: (?) sreith na sliab ... frisreith grian ┐ escai SR 224 .
laithe na mís ... frisreith [-raith v.l.] in grian, Fél. Prol.
302 . Possibly = ¤ reith preceded by fris(sa).

? fris-ren: x see s.v. fris-áraig.

? fris-saig v (saig- `seek, make for'): frisaig .i. attroilli
15dúnn delegi [ = diligi] a nobis Wb 2d13 , gl. commendat ...
Deus suam caritatem in nobis; ` commends ' Edd. Thes.;
demands back (?) Ped. ii 608 (taking as frissaig-); urges
(as a claim) upon (?); perhaps a compd. of aigid `drives' ?
pret. (Mid. Ir. denom. formation) iss é S. ... rofrithaig Ultu
20ind aigchi sin (went to, attended on ?) LU 8966 ( FB 72 =
ro frithail, Eg.). Cf. fri sia (in an obscure passage), Trip. 54
(549 - 50 ). fresgither filidh dia ttárdad rátha righ romhaith,
fris-saighe a ccert, Ériu xiii 34.6 [leg. fri saigid ?]. The
first sentence is cited O'Dav. 987 : frescathar filid dia
25tartat ratha rig ... .i. firdeachur no frithailter no urfoich-
lithar na filid uman ni dlegait ┐rl. (leg. frescatar? The
form was naturally assigned to fris-acci, q.v., but possibly
belongs to fris-saig). See frithaigid.
Cf. Laws v 236 cited s.v. fris-acci (a), end.

30 fris-samlathar v compares with, likens to: pres. 1 s. fritot-
samlor ... frisin abaill I liken thee to the apple-tree LL 145b4
( MS. Mat. 476 ). fritotsamlar ib. LL 145b 8 .

? fris-scuich v (scochid, scuichid): friscuich comrac im
Chnamchaill .i. fir scuichfid in roth ramach ..., Rawl. 111b47 .
35See RC xxvi 46 , where Stokes emends to fris-cich, fut. of
fris-cing, q.v.

fris-sella v looks towards, gazes on: fail crois d'ór ... frisella
slog SR 362 . slessa sēt frisella slog 4299 . ? in tan frisseill
sidan cráu `while he looks at the streams of blood' Im. Brain
40 59 (v.l. f. ¤ fian c.; leg. friseillfi an crau ?).

*fris-slig v `strikes against,' averts, repels (?) : frisligi (?) omna
uainn .i. no frithbruth cona bidh imecla ocuinn `he counter-
strikes
(?)' O'Dav. 1319 . See Ériu ii 132 § 107 (quoted
under friseillig) for a possible ex.

45 ? fris-sluindi: v impf. pass. pl. deich meic Conaill Cloen
... a coic dib frislontis a feich a coic aile ro nascitis a feich,
Rawl. 155a16 .

fris-suidi v is equivalent to: bo molad ngoa fri[s]suid aīr,
it was a false encomium which was equivalent to a satire
50 Caratnia 4 . See frithsuide.

*fris-suidigedar v places over against, opposes: past subj.
-frithsuidiged (gl. opponeret) Ml 34a8 . nad frithsuidiged
ní (nihil ... iniuriae reponere) 39a21 .

? fris-tá: v fritumthá brón, Death-tales 10.15 .

55 fris-tabair v sets against, opposes: pres. dond fritobairt
maill fritataibret na dorche don ṡoilsi with which the dark-
nesses oppose themselves to the light
Sg 183b3 . perf. huandi
fris-tarat (gl. obdendo) Ml 51d3 . The follg. more probably
represent do-beir in rel. constr. with prep.: ba mait[h]
60do briat[h]ar ... fri cech oen fristibre to whom thou givest it
Ériu viii 173.14 (cf. do-beir ráth fri ...). ? is he les
fristucadar aes in iarmorachta sin i ndiaid demain ZCP x
166.21 .
Vn. fritabart.

65 fris-tacuirethar v puts forward against, objects: pass. pres.
fristacuirther (gl. obiicitur) Sg 21b4 . Cf. co fristacor aid-
chuirtis du aithis form (gl. obiicerent) Ml 118c3 , where
Thurneysen [Thes.] would read: co fritacuirtis du aithis,
and Pedersen: fristacortais co n-aidchuirtis ( VG ii 501 - 502 ),
70Strachan, Depon. Vb. p. 9 n. 5 renders `that I may cast
back upon them
.'
It is to be noted that the form is deuterotonic and there-
fore `co' renders ut in the Latin text. The glossator evidently
went astray in searching for the verb depending on ut.
75 Cf. further frithtacuirsimem Ml 106b15 .

fris-tairissethar v makes a stand against, opposes (intrans.) :
ipv. pl. 2 frithoirsid co tren nā tí ... chucaib LB 226a6 . pres.
3 pl. fristairissetar .i. bite i n-irgail chuimlin friu (gl. adstan-
ter) Ml 47c3 . subj. pres. fristairissetar (gl. obsistere) 39b13 .
80 past. subj. fristairissed (gl. obsistere) 33b28 . pret. fristar-
rassair dó `opposed him' Trip. 30.17 (293 = contrarius erat
Lat. Lives 50 ) = frithorissair Trip. 446.7 ( LB 26a28 ). co nach
frith[t]airis fris trén no might opposes it CCath. 366 . As
simple vb.: an lucht no friottairiseadh fris ... do ghrés
85 FM vi 2150.3 .
Vn. frithtairissem, q.v.