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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 ).

? frithsreth- : ind frithsrethar fasc frithslicht, Laws i 268.11
(glossed .i. fir-innsither 302.9 ); `let notice be sent back by
the reverse track
' Plummer; = risrither H 3.17, c. 115
5( O'Don. 138 ), frisrirtur O'C. 2699 ( Eg. 88 f. 59ba ). The true
reading is doubtful. Cf. sernaid.

frithsuide n io,n. (cf. fris-suidi `is equivalent to' Thurn.
ZCP xv 309 . Some of the citations s.v. frithaigid may as
Thurn. believed (l.c. and Ir. Law 71 ) belong to this word.
10 focal i frithsuidiu (name of a subspecies of áer `satire')
BB 299a26 = focul i f. ¤ Arch. i 160y . isin focul f. ¤ (sic leg.),
O'Dav. 1547 . trefocal ... cen na focla frisi n-aprait filid
frithsuithe, Arch. iii 293.7 = frisuithi, Auraic. 1933 . is edh
do ni focul frithaithe ann, comrac aīre ┐ molta ZCP xvi
15215 ( H 4. 22, 88 ). focul i frithsuidhiu dono .i. comharc
molta ┐ fācabhair focul ann for bru aīre ut dx. ... A tanaidhi
taebgil Teamra | ni me acht is tū | a be. ce. de. pe. qū.
isī bis i frithṡuidhi ann sin BB. 299a40 . (H. Meroney
who has edited this tract JCS i 201 ff . renders f. ¤ i f. ¤ `word
20in opposition
'). focul i f. ¤ .i. molad huile acht in focul
dédenach JCS i 212 ( H 3. 18, 870 ).

frithsuidigthe adj io-iā (part. of fris-suidigedar): n p. frith-
suidigthi (gl. oppositi) Ml 39c12 .

frithtacre n io,n. counter-pleading; arguing against: tainic
25... a drui do frithtagra fri Colum C., Lism.L. p. 315.35 .
Cf. frithacre.

frithtacuirsimem : adj. superl. (apparently corresp. to
fris-tacuir-, see Thurn., Gr. 443 ). gl. infestissimum Ml
106b15 .

30 frithtaidchor n o,m. an obstacle, impediment: n p. (or g s. ?)
ind frithtaidchuir (gl. obicibus) Ml 121a16 .

frithtairissem n u,m. (vn. of fris-tairissethar) withstanding,
resisting: (with FRI). a s. cen frithterissem Ml 48c26 . d s.
du frith[t]eirisem (gl. ad resistendum) 83a11 . friththairi-
35seam frisin mbas YBL 150b29 . ni lamhair S. friththairisium
fría aidi, Lism.L. 2025 . amail tostas ... in gaeth ... mona
ḟaghbha frithtairisem (ni frithtairises v.l.) fria unless the
wind meet resistance
CCath. 1695 . ni biadh frithtairisiumh
fria imbi `there would have been no opposition to her concern-
40ing it
' 4097 .

frithtardad : x see frithardad.

frithtecht : x see fritecht.

frithtechtae adj io-iā (part. of fris-tét) a mba frithtechtai
(gl. morte obita) Pcr 60a4 .

45 frithteclamad n (cf. teclaimm) a counter-selection or collec-
tion: (?): a frithteglama foí nó a timsugud do, O'Dav. 96 .

frithtnúth : x see fritn-.

frithtomus : x only in expl. of frithmius, q.v.

frithtúarastal n (túarastal) counter-wages: cech mac ...
50nobid a fiannus la Cormac, no-icad Find frittuarostol fris
ZCP xiii 254.10 .

frithtuide ? n ma tainic duini cuici co frithtuidi .i. co coin
no co mbrat finn aici, acht ma conic a frithuidi (?) do dichur
cin tairmisc gnimraid amail thorba co frithuidi (?) h- a
55leth ris fein, H 3.18, p. 139b ( O'C. 242 - 3 ; of a man coming
to plough). mana caemnacair a frith- do dichur H 3.18 139b .
Cf. frithaigid.

frithtuidecht, frituidecht n ā, f. (vn. of fris-taít) opposing,
resisting, objecting, revolting: n s. frituidecht Sg 21b11 .
60 d s. dia frituidecht (gl. est obiciendum ad hoc) 189a3 . co
ndegdligedaib dia frithtuidecht (armed) with good reasons to
oppose them
Ml 16b6 . g s. inna frithtuidechtae (gl. con-
tradictionis) 25b13 . fo gairm Eua ... | do dechaid cen ḟri-
thuidecht = came unhesitatingly at the call of E. SR 1302 .
65Folld. by FRI: iar f. ¤ ... fria thimna 1851 . in beist ... risná
fulngitis fir fritaidecht LL 225b16 ( TTr. 614 ). doberat ...
fair frithtuidecht frimsa, Ériu viii 156 . co na caemnacair
nech fritidecht no imressain fris LB 41b50 ( PH 4505 ).
With obj. gen.: frithuidhecht Flainn ... o maccaibh a
70rebellion against F. by his sons
AU 914 . Cinaedh ... du f. ¤
Mael Sechnaill 849 = do ḟrithtoidhecht fri M., FM i 478.19 ,
do rithaigecht re M., CS 150.10 .

? frithúr : ind cona f. ¤ .i. aire fris, H 3.18, 382a10 ( O'C. 835 ).
Cf. 1 túr ?

75 ? fritinem : ind subai ograd [b]uiderad | f. ¤ nedtáe grian ZCP
xiii 278.4 . Possibly fri t.

? fritnúth n (tnúth) resentment: gabsat brāthir f. ¤ fris LL
33b21 (= firthnuth, Rawl. 138b5 ; in any case merely a
nonce-word, for allit.).

80 fritobairt : x see frithtabairt.

frituidecht : x see frithtuidecht.

frituttacht n ā,f. (see titacht) opposition, revolt: doro-
diúsaig Dia a mac | 'na agid fri f. ¤ SR 6894 (of David and
Absolom).

85 friuch n m.: in f. ¤ file for suidiu | is é bís for senduine, Fianaig.
26.12 . As npr. F. ¤ is the name of one of the swineherds
in Cophur in da muccaid, IT iii 243 . Gwynn ( Herm. 1931, 1 )
suggested that f. ¤ means ` boar's bristles ' comparing Welsh
gurych, of which it might be an adaptation. See also
Herm. 1933, 47 , where he adduces Sc.G. friogh, frioghan
5in support of meaning suggested.