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frithadart n m. (adart) (a) a pillow, head-rest: ba coirthe
a [ḟ]rithadart Hy ii 32 . coirthe ... nobid foa cind do ḟ. ¤ ,
Lism.L. 1094 . dognithi cosair ... dó ┐ f. ¤ fris TBC² 2765 .
85 Cf. cossairleptha ... go frithadartaib fer ṅgona friu TBC
3587 ; 3634 . dorat a sciath ina f. ¤ fo chiund, Lorg. an tS.N.
1230 . claidbi ... bar a cressaib, go ferbolgaib argit ... go
frithathartaib óir bricc friu anechtair TBC 4397 = co fétha-
naib St (Lagerstützen Wind., comparing adart in sense
`sword-rest,' `rack' ; the corresponding passage in TBC²
5 2853 : ardarcc oir bric im chechtar de, seems to refer to
the wearers).

frithadód, -atód n m. `counterkindling' ; tinder: (?) in
t-oenchrand ni hassa a chlód meni fagba a rithadód (frith-
adódh, rithḟadodh v.l.) TBC 2350 (this line not in LU), the
10meaning seems to be : it is not easy to subdue (i.e. burn)
a single stick unless you get another to kindle it ; one stick
will not make a fire
. Cf. tucus tallainn [atud, atúdh, adudh,
attádh, adádh v.l.] Fiachach ... ba sed a frithatad [frithadut,
-ḟadod, -adud v.l.] fir | glas-ordnech gim chulind chais,
15 Met. Dinds. iii 124 , which seems to contain the same word.

frithagaid, -aigid v (cf. agad) In phrase i f. ¤ to meet, encounter:
tanic Ioseph ... ina f. ¤ LB 137a33 . Usually in hostile sense :
tecait na démna ... i na frithagaid dia fastud LB 252b42
( PH 8210 ). cuin[d]gidh freabta i fritagaidh ēcca `asking
20a cure against death
' CCath. 4400 . ro dirighset uile i frit-
agaid Poimp 5426 . ro ḟaoidh araill dia amhsaibh na ffrith-
aigidh , Hugh Roe 208.10 (f. 55b) .

frithaí n a counter-suit, cross-action: cen frithaie cen frithrim
`Gegenprozess' Bürgsch. 28 § 76e .

25 frithaigid (vn. of fris-saig). In Laws it usually represents
MS fri-, frith- which are variously expanded by the tran-
scribers and editors and frequently glossed by `fír-innsaighi,'
e.g. 23 Q 6, 35b pass. The fundamental meaning may be
`aiming against,' encountering, meeting. Of receiving or
30 entertaining a guest (cf. ferthigis) : feccaid ind ingen for a
rithigid LL 286b31 . Cf. go ttainic ... do thoigh sethar dó
arna chuiredh don tsiair ┐ f. ¤ aice fair, TFrag. 72.27 (`who
had invited him, to be invited by him in his turn
' i.e. he owed
her a return
, which may be substantially correct).
35In the following exx. in Laws Plummer (Slips) suggested
the meaning ` disallowal, counterplea '. Esp. in the phr. :
cinta co (cen) f. ¤ apparently = liabilities which may (or may
not) be disallowed
for various reasons, e.g. the nonage of the
person who incurs them : cinta co f. ¤ Laws v 364.19 Comm. cin
40co frithaige (sic leg.) i 90.13 . fo cintuib co frithuide ... fo
cintuib cen frithuige ii 290.10 . frithsaige indligid `an
illegal suit
' v 272.14 . frithsaidi ruc trian uad `opposition
took a third from him
' (= counter claim reduced the fine by
a third) v 82.14 Comm . secht mna ... ada dilsi ina frithigib
45(i.e. who have forfeited the right of suing ?) 272.2 . na
hurfocra dligid tecor fo ciontaibh co frithighe co nach
icuit nach ní ┐ fo ciontaib cin frithige co claochmo dona
setuib ... na hurfocra cor mbel tecor fo chionta cid cin co
frithighe cidh cion cin frithighe co nach icait acht cert-
50aithgin ... issedh is cin co frithighe ann rathachus ┐ fiad-
naise ┐ brethemhnus ┐ aitirus ┐ aithne ┐ gach ni ima n-inn-
saigther. ised is cion cin f. ¤ and cor ┐ cunnra ┐ gach ni im
na hinnsaigther, H 3.17, 582 ( O'Don. 813 ) = Laws ii 290.10
ff . frithuigi tra trian fiach friu .i. frithaige gnima re gnim
55┐ breithri re gnimh no briathar re gnim is comardughad
co frithaige etarru gidh comard na cneda gin cob edh ... ;
geibid greim frithaige briathar re breithir ┐ briathar re gnim
┐ gnim re breithir do duine dligius eneclainn , H 3.18, 466a
19 ; 25 = 23 Q 6, 35a ( O'C. 1173 , 1758 ) Cf. frithsaidh .i.
60saighi ar tus ┐ frithaige ag an fer ndeighinach, 23 Q 6, 35b
[ O'C. 1761 ; as Plummer (Slips) observes, `the whole para.
needs careful study']. comardughadh co frithaighidh no
cen frithaighidh a balancing (of injuries) with or without
counterplea
Laws iii 216.9 . madh frithuighidh don bidh-
65buidh re giall in fechemun toicheda if the defendant has a
counterplea against the plaintiff's surety
ii 132.14 . pl. cen
frithigide in so uile ... dia mbe frithaighte without counter-
claims
(= without conduct which invalidates normal rights ?)
404.17 ; 406.14 ( Ir. Law 71 , where Thurneysen emends
70 frithuide i.e. frithsuide (q.v.) but the Laws ii Comm. 406.12 f .
suggests that frithaigid is intended. ce beth frithaighidh
cen co be iii 228.21 seems to refer to provocation (of cattle
by a dog, etc.).
See frithsuide.

75 fritháiled, -ólad, -eólad n u,m. late form of fritháilem,
q.v. IGT III § 70 gives as n s. only the -em, -am forms, but
the g s. -áilte, etc. is pronounced `cóir ó chanamhuin' ib.
ex. 609 . See s.v. fritháilem. fled ... do denam ... do frith-
eolad na cásc, Anecd. i 76 . ministering, serving, service,
80 attendance: fritholugh na sacramuinteadh do dhénamh,
Carswell 208 . do ghlac fritheoladh na hEgluisi `received
the ministrations of the Church
' Ériu v 98.18 . g s. fear frioth-
óilte an attendant TSh. 287 . Parl. na mBan 3859 (= -eóilte
1778 ). lucht frithoilte BCC § 69 . lucht freasdail ┐ frithe-
85oilte do bhí agad dod réir servants RC xxiii 10.9 . fear freas-
dail no frithoilte `one who administers or dispenses' (explana-
tion of `minister' Carswell 208 ). an dream bhíos ... ag
fritheóladh na haltóra `they which wait at the altar' 1 Cor.
ix 13 .
In hostile sense engage with, give battle to, tackle: S. do
5dol i conne h. R. ┐ h. R. do dol da frestal ┐ da frithalad ,
Ann. Conn. 1391 § 3 . do ghabhsad ... do láimh fritheoladh
Chonchubhair set about tackling C. Todd Lect. iv 82x .