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frithdúas n ā,f. a counter-reward, apparently an extra fee
paid as compensation for some annoyance incurred by the
recipient in discharge of his duty : is duas ┐ f. ¤ do ic tar a
85cenn risin filid, Laws v 230.16 (when a poet's composition,
after being purchased by a king, is laughed at, he gets both
`dúas' and `f. ¤ -dúas'). dia mbuaidhirtar im na mar-
cachaibh duas ┐ f. ¤ do ic tar cenn in fir dia ndentar ib. 29 .
lan eneclann don filid ┐ f. ¤ dona marcachaib duaine ib. 31 .

frithdúntae (part. of fris-dúna) : bed frithduntae (gl.
5 repudiati [concilii] Ml 23b9 .

fríthe : x see fríth.

frithecoirse n a bond, barrier (?) : (ruptis obiicibus) .i. a
n-ata mbristi na fritecoirsi no a n-ata faillsigthe na frithe-
coirse .i. ruptis ligationibus Lib. Hymn. i 76 gl. 63 . Cf.
10 ecoirse and next.

frithecrus : ind atchiu ardroth n-imnaisse imm a chend ...
conid fri fultu frithecrus [-echrus YBL] LU 7389 ( BDD
100 e ).
Cf. ecrus. and prec.

15 frithéle v 3 s. subj. pres. ? in muir ... tét dara muru ... Mairg
cech n-oen na frithele nach foichlidar ... SR 8049 (: bithféle).

fritheól : x see frithseól.

frithenech n (enech) opposer, respondent: ni pa f. ¤ debtha
hit ilchomraicib LU 3495 ( SC 26 ; ZCP xv 190 ). Cf. OW
20 gurthuynebu `oppose'.

fritheng : x see frithing.

fritheólad : x see fritháiled.

frither n f. a precaution preventive (?) ; a remedy (?) :
atait teora f. ¤ no-da-icad (.i. atait tri airnaile icus sein is
25denta do neoch firaire riu im a ndenam) `three remedies
which cure them
' Laws v 452.1 , 5 . frither .i. airi fris dia
aurgaire, H 3.18, 390a (gl. on same text). Cf. frithir .i.
aire fris `remedy (?)' O'Dav. 996 . biadh frithir itir domnach
[i]nede ┐ cetain `food of remedy (?)' ib. 983 [leg, firthir
30= ferthar ?]. See forcam.

fritherissem : x see frithtairissem.

frithfala n (cf. frithfolud) f. (2 fola) a counter-feud ; retalia-
tion: ba do bhuadaibh feisi na Temra na lamadh nech
fala ná f. ¤ do thabairt, Acall. p. 47y . falad na frith[ḟ]alad
35do tobairt damsa dib ... ni racha 6115 n .

? frithfathacht : n adaltras ┐ ingloini, craes ┐ frithḟathacht
BB 498b23 ( IT ii2 106 ) = roebaidecht, Alex. 908 .

frithfogail n f. retaliatory attack or injury: diles gach frith-
guin ... cach frithfogla , O'C. 731 ( H 3. 18, p. 350 ).

40 frithfolud n (folud) o,m. also -fola (cf. frithfala) ; pl. -folta,
Laws iv 54.23 , v 178.15 , etc. and -folaid. Cf. frithola
.i. connradh, O'Cl. `counter-qualification,' a service or
obligation in return for another , see ZCP xiv 374 . cach
fola con[a] frithfoltaib (.i. im an manchuine) SM Facs. 34a
45(cf. Laws ii 286.13 , ZCP xiv 373 ). gabait 'ma folta condo
ragbu a frith[ḟ]olta, Laws v 178.15 Comm. gaibid ima
folta dib conda ragbat a frithfolta (the meaning intended
seems to be they restrain their assets until they have possessed
their counter-assets
) iv 54.18 Comm . dofet a frithfola cach
50flaith SMFacs. 47b Comm. ( Laws iii 20.16 Comm. ). gaib
it lāim ... cen eluth ... cin dichell, acht ni foressat a frith-
folta oitsiu undertake ... without absconding ... without
negligence, save what is compensated by equivalent services
on thy part
Bürgsch. 15 § 51 c . rithḟolad fír making just
55reciprocal services
(duty of a king), Tec. Corm § 1.7 . mesir
giallna iarna ffriothḟoltuibh according to their reciprocal
services
Ériu xiii 41.31 . ni dleagur dechmada ... mane
bhe a frithḟolad na heclasi do baithius ┐ chomnai unless
the church render its equivalent obligations of baptism
, etc.,
60 Lism.L. 4532 . ni dlig airchindech a reir ... manibat óga
a frithḟolaid asa eclaisi [leg. eclais ?] unless the church's
reciprocal obligations be perfectly discharged
Ériu i 219 § 9 .
it é a frithfolaidi-seom dond ḟir gráid .i. lá air, etc. `these
are his (the tenant's) reciprocal duties to the ordained man,
65a day's ploughing
' etc. 220 § 14 . atcota fēile frithḟolta
bounty obtains services in return Anecd. iii 11.8 . ni théid
ḟoluigh na friothfolaigh cāin n-einech, ... as de asbeir an
file : ... ni ḟuiben faoinnel fine friothfoladh (?), Ériu xiii
14.14 . ni dleghar tra frithfola hi Cáin Adomnain ná comard
70cinath acht asren cach a chinta ara láim no counter-claim
or balancing of liabilities
Cáin Ad. 43 . See further Ir.
Texts i 20 pass.
? ard a frithfola Feine, O'Dav. 8 , seems a doubtful reading.

frithgabál n ā,f. (vn. of fris-gaib) checking, restraining ;
75 restraint: rogabsat ic frithgabáil fri Pirr `began to resist·P.'
TTr.² 1862 . co n-ergend a mbruth ... gon na fetar a cenn-
sughudh no frithgabail [friu, F], CCath. 2455 . meisci cen
frithgabail ZCP iii 25.8 ( Ériu vii 136.11 : `unbridled drunken-
ness
'). o friothghabháil airm, Ériu xiii 49.5 . pl. a [ḟ]rit[h]-
80gabaluib (gl. a frenis) O'Mulc. 521 .

frithgabthe adj io-iā (part. of fris-gaib) curbed, restrained:
nephf. ¤ (gl. ineffrenata) Tur. 114 .

frithgaís n f. `counter-wisdom' (?) : mad fris gais comairser
.i. madia coimris a frithgais fein `if thou consult thy own
85wisdom
' (?) Laws iv 20.14 ; perhaps coined for the gloss.
In the text gaís is the infixed obj. See fris-comairc.