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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).

frithargain : x see frithorcun.

frithbac n o,m. an angle, corner, recess (?) : a n-imdaid rith-
baic `on a side seat ' Celt. Rev. i 298.3 .

10 frithbacán n o,m. apparently a hook used as brake to secure
a chariot when not in use : ceangoilter ar bfrithbhacain
iarnoidhe ar na carbaduibh ZCP x 290.25 . Cf. cuiriter na
carbait ┐ a fert-bacana iaraind arna cairbthechaibh nach
sgailedh 306.21 .

15 frithbacánach adj o-ā barbed: saigti fegi ... frithbaccanacha ,
Cog. 158.16 .

frithbert n ā,f. (vn. of fris-beir) the act of opposing ; oppo-
sition: frithbheart .i. cur i n-aghaidh, O'Cl. ní bia nach
f. ¤ nó nach n-imresain tall o neoch díb di araili LU 2639
20( RC xxv 246 ). atcota f. ¤ fuachtain, Anecd. iii 12 . na dena
... frithbeirt frind LL 177b39 ( CRR 54 ). fri fola f. ¤ `a bulwark
against enmity
' Met. Dinds. ii 64 . i f. ¤ ... fri Ciaran, Lism.L.
4298 (cf. illis contradicentibus VSH i 204 ). bai hi ffrithbeart
fri aroile im tigearnus Ua M., FM iv 1030 . dobertsat a
25milid ... frit[h]bert amnus dosom `mutinied ... against him'
CCath. 3255 . pl. a fuachtana ┐ a frithberta fri Greco hostile
acts
LL 220a21 ( TTr. 217 ). mar ḟaothfas tú dona frith-
bheartaibh si ML 120.25 (= tuitfi isin cath sa ML² 1607 ).
atait secht frithberta la Feine a ndligi `seven obstructions
30in law
' Laws v 290.17 ( Bürgsch. 55.33 ), quoted O'Dav.
1413 , also O'C. 571 ( H 3. 18, p. 285 ) with gl. : f. ¤ .i. indliged
an illegality .

frithbertach adj o-ā (frithbert) opposing, hostile: ic cosnam
chuain ... crichi fíramainsi frithbertaighi Frigia LL 235a21
35( TTr. 1344 ).

frithbét v counter-deed, reprisal: rombí Fearghna, ba frithbhed ,
Ed. Dinds. 59 .

frithbord n o,m. gach sciath frithbuird druim ar druim IGT,
Decl. ex. 405 .

40 frithbruduth n u,m. (vn. of fris-brudi) refusal: f. ¤ ointad
refusal of union Ml 76c4 . See next.

frithbruth n m. (vn. of fris-brudi) opposing, rejecting: f. ¤
.i. dichur no diultad, O'Dav. 820 . friothbruth .i. diultadh,
O'Cl. tucastair ... Laeghaire frithbrudh do Ṗatraic (gl.
45 frisbruig ... fri P.) Laws iii 28.27 . frithbhrudh ┐ obadh
do Dhíabal ┐ da ghniomhaibh RC xxv 392.10 . iar frithbrud
do thoil diabuil LB 53b5 ( PH 5438 ). fon fath bid in sochaide
ga frith[b]rud, coraite a taithmech inasmuch as the mul-
titude oppose them, it is better to annual them
Laws iv 208.35
50( SM Facs. 16b , see fris-brudi). masa leis ... in ferann can
f. ¤ ris, H 3.17, c. 542.33 ( O'D. 751 ). cid ara tucad f. ¤ d Iudas,
23 Q 6, 33b1 ( O'C. 1750 ). g s. diumus frithbruithe ind rígh
[sic leg.] the presumption of rejecting the king ZCP vii 312 § 27 .
Of a spell (?) : is and cachain Dubh an frithbrudhsa
55do fubtad mbrethemun, Nero A vii 146b ( O'D. 2212 ).
See prec.

frithbúailid v ī beats back ; checks, abates: friothbhuailidh
na neascoidi ina ttosach, 23 K 42, 330.15 ; cf. ib. 69.4 .

frithbúailtech adj o-ā that beats back ; repercussive: reper-
60cusiva .i. gach ni ina fuil brigh f. ¤ RC ix 240.71a .

frithbúalad n u,m. repercussion: is eadh is cuisle ann,
friothbhualadh gluasachta an chroidhe 'sna hairtiribh,
TSh. 1657 . gluasacht friothbhuailte a inchinne = throbbing
Keat. ii 3142 . ni cum frithbuailti ( = pour répercuter) O'Gr.
65Cat. 213z .

frithc- : pref Note. The lenition after frith- in composition is
analogical, historically the following consonant should not
be affected and in a few instances this is observed. The
spelling frithch- however is so common that it is retained
70here in the head words.

frithchassad n u,m. `counter-twisting,' bristling, of hair
standing on end: rosesed ubull for cach óenfinna and re f. ¤
na ferge atracht da fult úaso LU 6470 = TBC 2620 (here
the gen. expresses agent).

75 frithchassán n o,m. a winding (?) bypath: na lenaid frithrót
no f. ¤ , acht lenaid in sligid móir, Mer. Uil. 146 (= fricasain
BB 446b2 ). táncatar ... ar f. ¤ immach Mer. Uil. 209 . gach engné dona .uii. bpecuidhibh marbtha cona bfrithcasánaibh, Laud 615 p. 139 .

frithchathaigthe adj io-iā that opposes, withstands: d s m.
frithchathaigthiu (gl. rebelli) Ml 25b4 . g s. f. frithchadaigthe
80(gl. repugnatricis) 114b19 . n p. frithch[ath]aigthi (gl.
rebelles) 124b4 . a p m. a frithchathaigthiu (gl. impugnatores
suos) 134c2 .

? frithchathaigthid n i,m. an opponent: frithch[ath]aig-
thid[i] (gl. impugnatores) Ml 72d14 .

85 frithchathugud n u,m. (vn. of fris-cathaigedar) contending
against, opposing ; resistance: in f. ¤ (gl. impugnationem)
Ml 73a12 . g s. ind frithchathaigtho 16a12 . frithcathugud
.i. fuaitred, O'Dav. 912 . f. ¤ fessa `contending against know-
ledge
' (a sign of `bad pleading') Tec. Corm. § 22.4 . malle
ri Simon ic f. ¤ ri Petar ZCP viii 332.15 .