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fritháilem n ā,f. ; later also o,m. (vn. of fris-áilethar). a d s.
fri frithalim SR 5058 (but : fri frithailem LU 8043 ). ic
10 frithalim SR 1187 , TBC 1088 , etc. g s. frithalmi SR 1200 , cf.
friothailme, Leb. Gab. i 34.6 . In later manuscripts also
frithálam, or frithólam (-um) ; g s. frithalma LL 107b13 .
friothólamh, -álamh (f. ; g s. n p. -a) IGT, Decl. § 37 ; frithó-
lamh, -álamh (m.) § 100 ; frithóileamh (-eolamh v.l.),
15 -áileamh (m.) § 101 ; -óilimh, -áilimh, f. § 150 . As vn. -álam,
-ólam, -áilem, -óilem, m. Also -álaim etc. f., Verbs § 70 . g s.
-aim ib. ex 612 . -ólmha 613 , -áilte, 609 (see fritháiled).
Often found in association with frestal and influenced
by it. (a) expecting, looking out for (orig. sense) : ra thoegat
20saide ... co fáitar i nEmain ... ra frithalim comergi Con-
chobair (i.e. in expectation of, to attend the rally of the
Ulstermen) LL 95a6 ( TBC 4928 ). atbert na ragad acht bith
oc frithalim lochta a chríchi fodesin (Cú Chulainn refuses to
go to the feast because he has invited his own people to
25one) LL 262a15 ( MU² 44 ). boi oca ḟrithalim co cend mis. ni
thanic LL 278a48 . oc frithalemh cia aimser nó reghad, TTr.²
222 . robatar uile ina tost ... oc frithalum na scel no indisfed,
Aen. 409 (= conticuêre omnes, intentique ora tenebant Virg.
ii 1 ).
30(b) catching (something thrown) : na nóe slega rodi-
braiced air a frithalum 'na laim clé ┐ na .ix. líathroiti ...
a fritholum 'na laim deis = catching the nine spears that
were cast at him in his left hand and the nine balls in his right

Acall. 5834n .
35(c) anticipating, making provision for, preparing , with
gen. of thing : tegdas ... fri frithailem tomalta na fleda
LU 8043 (FB). tanic Culand connice a dun ... do frestul ┐
frithalim lenna ┐ bíd TBC 964 . fer frithalma mōre ... .i.
Bricriu `a man of great management' [of making great pre-
40paration, provision
] Ériu iv 30 y ( LL 107b14 ). Abram ...
ro chennaig in n-inad ... i frithalim a adnaicthi as a burial-
ground for himself
(= Gen. xxv 10 ) Rawl. 73a33 = ic fri-
tholum BB 6a11 .
(d) waiting on (a person), ministering to the needs of,
45 supplying: ic frithalim ... na n- anmanna SR 1187 . ní
dlegait lōn leo for sét acht ... ri Érenn da bfriothailimh
the king of E. supplies their wants ZCP viii 116 § 12 . na
cethri airm déc batar ic Conchobur ... ic frithalim na
maccáem ciped mac díb no gabad gasced TBC 1088 (= fri
50hagaid frithailme St. cf. ... fri gabáil ngasced do neoch
LU 5046 ). coic tret ... ┐ cét n-arathar ag frithalum a tigi
for the service of his household Aen. 1727 . baí faill fritholma
ra [leg. ar] in clerech ag in chailligh BB 233b7 . ni lemtha
airbernad ar a cudich no ar a [ḟ]ritholmu (sic) `his share
55or his supply durst not be lessened
' Cog. 50.6 . tair ... linne
co nderntur do frestal ┐ do fritholum acoinne, Cath. 1667 .
ag denam friochnama ┐ fritheolma fair BNnÉ 104.9 . Cf.
friochnamh ... ┐ fritheolmha do dhenamh RC xxix 219 .
rena mnai fritholmha, Oss. v 74.2 ( Tromdám 685 , where
60 -mha, like -mu in Cog. 50 , may indicate a late vn. form :
-ólmhadh). Of service or attendance in wider sense : ica
frestal ┐ ica fritalam amal gach cumail, CCath. 1149 . caem-
inailt fritholmha Oilealla ┐ Medhbha ZCP viii 542.10
(= c. comaitechta TBC 1554 ). ionad mna friotháilmhe
65d'fhagháil, Desid. 1257 . ... gillai ritholmha dó féin of one
of his own attendants
AU 1168 . gilla friothalmha, Oss. v
42.22 . gan digh ... dh' aithiaraid | ad tigh re feadh fri-
thálaim during the dispensing IGT III ex. 612 . In a special
sense : díl fritháilti an fear 'ca mbí | do bean ḟritháilte
70a Ruaidrí ib. 609 .
Of things, functions, etc., attending to, looking after,
discharging: co nach raibi cáithlech ātha i nErinn gan
Gall dáer ica frithalom fair `to work it' [attending it for him ?
But cf. Cog. 116.9 ] Fianaig. 86.16 . friothailemh eaglus-
75dachta, Todd Nenn. ciii . na tratha do frithalum to observe
the canonical hours
Laws v 124.18 Comm. lucht fritholma
an aifrind BCC § 69 (= ministri altaris Reeves Ad. 104 ).
aonmhaiccléireach amháin do bhíodh ag friothólamh an
aifrinn dó serve him at Mass Keat. iii 999 . friotháileamh
80sollamainte na n-uile shacramainteadh, Desid. 4963 . Cf.
dul ... do dhénamh an ḟritheóilti si `for this administration'
(i.e. to communicate the sick) RSCl. 88a . do dhénuid
friothólamh dhó minister (to the Tabernacle) Num. i 50 .
Esp. of attendance on the sick: do iarra mna do frithalum
85na mna bis ... fri idhna, Laws i 300.5 . fritheólamh na
n-esslán, RSCl. 112a . aos galair cona lucht fritheólmha
78b . Cf. cona ffritheolmhaibh oireamhnacha amhail iarraid
a n-aicíde 111b (an inaccurate rendering of the Engl.).
Of treatment : ise an t-adhbhar morgaithe is coir do
rithaileamh ar dūs it is the corrupt matter we must attend
5to first
23 P 10³, 16b31 . In pl. ministrations (?) : tri fir-
torithne no tri frithailme (gl. teora frither) Laws v 452.7
Comm.
(e) in hostile sense coping with, withstanding (an enemy
or an attack) : [secht mūir] fri frithalim n-ilchatha SR
10 5058 (of Jericho). ba handsa ... fulung a fergi ┐ frithalum
a mha[c]comlaind, Aen. 2570 . nach aitni damsa i nErinn
sluagh fritolma Uladh a host able to withstand the Ulstermen
TBC p. 747 n. 5 (St). co na betis i n-etarlēn frithalma ar
cind a bidbad LL 172a45 ( CRR 9 ). nior bho urusa fri-
15theálamh a bhforráin ML 134.2 . Cf. ro buí slógh ... for
bruachaibh in tsrotha ica fritholumh (of the British resist-
ance to Caesar), CCath. 187 . ni mo chean ... tarrla re
freastal no re fritholamh na fairrgi ... sin unhappy those
who had to tackle that sea
CF 42 . adnaig ag drem frisi mūr
20┐ na Troīandaigh ica frithōlum dona mūraib, Aen. 2233 .
robui a comair frithōlma na foirne fīrnāmat tānic ... cugi
was ready to tackle Fianaig. 72.7 .
Absol. : in frestal ┐ in frithólum dobertsat forro, CCath.
1711 . in fritholum tucsat Danair ... fri Dal Cais, Cog.
25 188.11 . dobeir frithalum fair in conair tainic, Aen. 2622
(= speculatus in agmine ... obuius ire parat, Virg. x 769 ).
Transf. of a person : ni fil for Eirinn ... frithailem Chuind
a match for C. Anecd. ii 7 .

fritháilid : x see fris-áilethar.

30 fritháiltech, adj o-ā (fritháiled, -em) ministrant, attending on:
do bi an t-anum sin na mna go luthgairech friothoiltec[h]
fá anum a fir posda BCC § 226 (perh. expectant here).

frithainme n (cf. anim) an opprobrious epithet (?) (in answer
to another) : dilius gach frithguin, gach frithainme .i.
35lesainm a naighi a chéile, 23 Q 6, p. 36a marg. inf. ( O'C.
1763 ).

frithaire n iā,f. (aire) (a) keeping watch against ; a watch,
vigil: g s. cacha frithare (gl. vigiliae) Ml 111a5 . d p. o fritharib
(gl. excubiis) Bcr 36c4 . fighell ... .i. f. ¤ , Corm.Y. 624 .
40 friothaire .i. faire no forchoimhéd, O'Cl. oc frithairi na
aidchi watching through the night LU 10754 (= Ériu xii 168 ).
f. ¤ na hó[i]dchi ... isin rithaire tánaise LB 29b2 , 4 ( Trip. 484 ).
gaibthi frithairi na haidci sin LU 10763 . denaid f. ¤ imalle
frim ( Matt. xxvi 38 ) PH 3032 . manach ... diar bo bés
45fritaire ┐ ernaigthe ... gach noidhce BNnÉ 296 § 31 . frit[h]-
airi ō doīnib being noticed by others (?) ZCP iii 450.2 . lucht
friothaire sentinels FM vi 2098.23 . pl. o hirnaigthib ... o
[f]rithairib o haīnib vigils Anecd. iii 69.26 . áirem a
shóethar ┐ a f. ¤ PH 1655 (cf. in vigiliis multis 2 Cor. xi 27 ).
50 a f. ¤ gresach, Lism.L. 2455 .
Of waking the dead : robatar ic frithairi choirp Patraic
co cetlaib, Trip. 254.16 (3007) . In concrete sense a sentry:
a mocheirge ... feinned ┐ f. ¤ MR 170.9 = mochairrdhi ...
feinned f. ¤ YBL 304b40 . Cf. ni bhi friothaire ar nach ffagh-
55thar faill fá dheóidh FM vi 1896z (= Hugh Roe 12y ).
(b) watchfulness, care (?) : cf. bar n-eslaine menman ┐
bar f. ¤ ic dethitiu in domain do gres, Alex. 913 (= for rithaire,
Anecd. v 4x ).

frithairech adj o-ā (frithaire) watchful, vigilant: in tí is f. ¤
60dúsced in cotultach ( = qui vigilat) PH 5826 .

frithairigid n (airigid) f. a collation or luncheon (?), a meal
between other repasts (?) : mucc ┐ mart ... ba hí in sin
a primairaigid cenmotha a rithairaigid co mba herlam a
morfheiss dó, Aisl. MC 3.17 . cid doilig essium ina prím-
65chutig is doilge ina prímairigid ┐ is doilgide a rithairige
doridisi. Fil tredi condagur icon rithairigid sin .i. miach
cuachan ┐ miach fiaduball, etc. 45.9 .

frithairle n (a) taking counsel for, providing for: fa dolig
dóib fri[th]airle int ṡluaig romóir TBC 452 (= comairliu-
70ghudh St).
(b) counter-advice, opposition (?) : f. ¤ ceile, O'Don. 2190 ,
( Nero A vii f. 133a ), one of the `mífolta' of a church.

frithaiscid n i,f. (aisced) a counter-boon, a gift in return :
g s. ascid dar cend frithaisceda LL 262a38 ( MU² 71 ). rit
75 frithaiscid ib. LL 262a 39 .

frithaite : x see frithoide.

frithálmach adj o-ā (fritháilem) on the lookout, alert, wary (?) :
fonnud ferda f. ¤ LL 238a2 ( TTr. 1558 , see 2 fonnad). batar
fiamaigh frithalmuigh BB 472a10 ( Aen. 2064 `alert').
80 Cf. frialmach, Ériu viii 173.29 .

frithardad n u,m. (cf. comardad, immardad) interfering with ;
molesting (?) : a lécun cen a f. ¤ PH 1953 . cen nach f. ¤ ona
leomhnaibh, BNnÉ 85 § 173 . See next.

frithardaid v assails, provokes, molests: conach erigh luinde
85in leomhain ... conas-frithardann nech ele no e féin (i.e.
till someone provokes him or he works himself to fury),
CCath. 437 (conos fritardann fen no nech aile e v.l.). in
lucht no frithardad fén, is iat no íccad he used to heal the people
whom he himself molested
PH 1947 . cu ra frithardmis ...
a curpu `to afflict their bodies' 2055 . ? sacairt na ngennti
5no [f]rithairtis doib opposed them 1721 (seems a contami-
nation of frithardaid and fris-oirg, cf. frithortaid).