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frithrím n ā,f. (rím) counter-reckoning, set-off: cen frithaie
cin frithrim `Gegenrechnung' Bürgsch. 28 § 76e ( H 3. 18,
p. 24b ).

frithrosc n o,n. (cf. rosc) usually in expressions like: f. ¤ na
conaire, in tṡrotha: dimbúaid fir | f. ¤ madma | maidm ria
5ṅgnúsib LL 176ax ( CRR 38 ; `the countercharge of defeat'
Hogan; confronting a rout ?). atconairc R. friothroscc
foa (i.e. looking up at him from below ?) FM iv 988.16 . As
subj. or obj. of sentence: tarrla frithrusc feicheamnuis
┐ fergi eturro, Fianaig. 56.11 . tarla frithroscc fuighill
10idir Murchadh ┐ Conaing, Cog. 144 n. 4 = frithnois 142z .
g s. as adj. ? tuc fer ecin don debaid frithroisc urchur
duaibsech do saigit, Ann. Conn. 1405 § 15 (Hennessy's
ed. has urchuir, ALC ii 114 ). Commonly used as adv.
with vbs. implying motion in the sense backwards, in an
15inverse direction , absol. in acc. or dat., rarely gen. or with
prep. I N-; occasionally folld. by gen. (which may have
been the primary construction, see above). imroi a seol
f. ¤ co tudchaid timchell Erenn LL 168b8 (= Dinds. 45 ).
int ainm do scribenn co direach co dered na craibi ┐ a
20scribenn frithrusc co tosach na craibi, Auraic. 5824 , cf.
gach ni d'impodh inti fein uile f. ¤ 5968 . ranntair óthá athair
... co senathair for culo ┐ frithrusc afrithisi, Ériu i 215.17 .
co n-accai comraid ... f. ¤ in tṡrotha chucai against the stream
(current) LL 281b12 . Fergus do chuaid ... f. ¤ forsin Sínigh
25 RC xxiii 323 (cf. Ériu xvi 33 ). confacatar in fer ... ┐ luingin
... foi fritroisc na Boinne gan imram itir RC vi 183.2
(= fria frithrosc, Hib. Min. 25 ). iar ndruimned Boinde
frithroisc (.i. i n-agaid tsrotha) Anecd. v 25.8 . lotar ...
friothrosc na conaire remedeochatar FM v 1862z . do
30choidh hi friothroscc ┐ a ffrithing gacha conaire ro ghabh ag
dol ... go rochtain dó tar a ais vi 2164.20 . soaitt friothroscc,
Hugh Roe 120.24 (f. 32b) . adracht O. ┐ do chuir in caincinn
frithroisc for a lurg co nach facad nech ... é, Acall. 2327 .
Cf. rethait rithrosc iar sēt sain (of the planets) SR 7923 .
35As adj. reverted, standing on end, erect (?): eithre muirmhil
fuirre ... ingne frithrosca forrasaidhe barbed (?) Lism.L.
2224 . lomort[ar] a caither f. ¤ ZCP xii 402.19 . fraech f. ¤ ,
Auraic. 6008 .

frithrót n (rót) a by-road: na lenaid f. ¤ no frithchassán, acht
40lenaid in sligid móir, Mer. Uil. 146 .

frithsaige, -saigid x see frithaigid.

frithsecnap n m. (secnap) one of the officers in an Irish monastic
settlement (an assistant to or temporary substitute for the
`secnap' ?): airchinnech, a thanaise, secnap ... frithṡecnap
45for fecht ZCP v 499 § 3 .

frithseól n (2 seól) a counter-course, the reverse direction:
ic dianleimnech ... suas ┐ ic prap-tintodh anuas ina f. ¤ cetna,
CCath. 5892 . docuaidh in mil leo ┐ tainic uathib ina f. ¤
(of cattle escaping from the drover), H 3.17 , c. 637 ( O'Don.
50 887 ) = ina frilorg no ina friheol, O'C. 2329 ( Eg. 88 f. 25b ).

frithseólad n u,m. the act of moving against, in a direction
contrary to: confacatar na cet[h]ae ... i fritseoladh na
sluag ina n- agaid `they saw the showers ... driving against
the hosts
' CCath. 4954 .

55 frithserc n ā,f. `counter-love'; rival love (?): frithsearc .i.
searc i n-aghaidh gradha, O'Cl. sluag saér cen [ḟ]rithṡe[i]rc
[: fichit] 'moa rig `free and unemulous' Ériu vii 219 § 4 .
A nonce-word for the sake of rime.

frithsét n o,m. a counter-way, an opposite or inverse route ;
60always in phrase: i f. ¤ (a) with gen. of conar or similar
word: ra imthigset i frithṡét na conaire back the same way
LL 225a38 ( TTr. 592 ). is í slige ro cinn C. don Roim ... i f. ¤
na sligidh forsa tíaghar o Roim co hAlba, CCath. 1490 .
ro cuir C. a marcsluag i fritset na conairi for a cind = posted
65his cavalry on the way to intercept them
2474 . soais ... i ff. ¤
na conaire cetna FM v 1740.10 .
(b) with gen. of person = to meet (Lat. obviam): dodechaid
i f. ¤ na n- apstal PH 1921 . dodhechaidh ... dochum nÉirenn;
luidh M. ... dochum puirt ana frithshet M. went to meet
70him at the port
Lism.L. 2571 . conid i frithset anma Grigair
... tancadar na haingil ZCP xii 373.21 .
See frithing.

frithsétaigthe adj io-iā (cf. prec.) that which goes in a counter
direction, that which is encountered: honaib frithsétaigthib
75... .i. ... hua cech rét frissacomraic (gl. obviis) Ml 69a18 .

frithslicht n u,m. (slicht) in Laws used adverbially in the
technical expression: fasc f. ¤ `notice in the reverse track ';
after a distraint of cattle, notice had to be sent to a defendant
by the track along which the cattle had been driven in
80order to enable him to follow up and redeem them: frith-
srethar fasc f. ¤ , Laws i 268.11 (.i. firinnsither ar do rith a
firfuillecht do breith faisc na athgabála 302.9 ). ised is fasc
f. ¤ ann, a breith inunn in conuir tuccad amach in athgabail ii 14.12 Comm
. cin co fasg frithslechta no cin cu fasg in
85treas breither [sic] ib. 13 . fasc f. ¤ ┐ fasc in tres breithir ┐
fasc in anadh itir i 226.3 . fax frithlecht H 3.17, c. 42.7
( Laws i 104.14 ).