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fúacair (fo-úacair, fócair) v (-gair-). Early forms : ipv.
2 s. fuacair LL 141b46 = fucair, Rawl. 76a21 . 3 s. fócrad,
Tec. Corm. § 2.17 . pres. 3 s. fodúacair Wb 11b24 . fonocuir,
Laws v 224 3 , 5 . 3 pl. fanócrat LU 3784 ( SC 35 ). perf. 1 s.
40 fosrocurt Wb 24a26 . 3 s. fusocart, Thes. ii 240.18 ( Arm.
18a1 ). ? focart LU 3532 ( SC 28 ). fosrúacar SR 3514 (-t
om. for rime with : do-chuatar ?). with inorganic f, for-
fúacart 3729 . forḟócart 4137 (but : rofuacart 1230 ). for-
rúacart LL 290b45 . Cf. fosfogart 11a12 (1295) . Pass.
45 perf. s. forócrad Wb 19b6 . LU 8184 . forruacrad LL 275b41 .
Vn. fócrae (fúacra), later also fúacairt, q.v.
The -ē- fut. is exemplified in later MSS. : foigēra, Anecd.
ii 8.16 . fúaigeora, Isa. v 6 . sec. fut. pl. 3 focertais, focerdais
BB 441b15 , 17 . pass. fut. foiceortar BCC 374.6 .
50Later simple vb. with s-pret.: do ḟógair Aithd.D. 21.36 .
(a) proclaims, announces, makes known , generally of
important or authoritative statements ; gl. indicare Wb
11b24 . forócrad duib (céssad Crist) amal bid fiadib no
crochthe 19b6 . rofuacart [Dia] damsa is d'Adam : torud
55craind ... bethi mairb dia nd essabair SR 1230 . forfuacair
M. in eseirghi n-airrdirc dia n-ebairt ... RC xvii 341.32
(Tig.) = foruaccart in eassgaire FM 979 (= `proclaimed'
Ann. Clon.). foigera cach tuaidh a bhara, Anecd. ii 8 ( Airne
Fingein 260 ; v.l. cath ; leg. cath thuaidh ?). fúagair ós
60áird cry aloud Isa. liv 1 . fúagraidh croidhe na n-amadan
amadánacht, Prov. xii 23 .
Discloses, reveals: cf. doratsat uili a mbreitir ... fri A.
connach focertais cipe comairli doberad doib BB 441b15 ,
in tan ... rogab A. for ar ccill ... nach focerdais na fir aili
65fair ib. 17 . With personal obj. : do ḟógair an ben í fein
don loing made herself known to Ériu v 184.393 .
Passing into sense denounces: fúacrad do chach a chloíni
(duty of an erenagh), Ériu iii 106.8 (cf. Wb 24a26 cited
below under (d)). co ffoccarthaoi slán é d'ionchaibh a
70chomairgedh `that they might proclaim him not entitled to
protection
' FM ii 1072.12 . noch ḟúagras an cionntach
ceart `who justify the wicked' Isa. v 23 .
Cf. in tand do fuagair agh when he announced a stag (i.e.
gave the view halloo ?) IGT, Verbs ex. 420 .
75(b) commands, orders ; warns , folld. by vn. or subordinate
clause and DO or FOR of person : forfúacart Forainn ... for
feraib ... Egept | na beth dó dín ... SR 3729 . forḟócart
Moisi ... forsin sluagh ... co ro marbtais in morslúag
4137 . focairther o Chund ... do Chumull facbáil Banba,
80 Met. Dinds. ii 74 (= asbert fris Ériu d'ácbáil LU
3170 ). forócrad do Bricrind fácbáil in tigi LU 8184 ( FB
13 ). forḟuacrad o Philip ... airmitniugud na huasal-baindse
sin, Alex. 52 . cebē da foicerthai imtheacht, Lec. 420a19 =
foigeortha BB 191b1 . do fuagradh isin tsenrecht can muic
85do ithe, Maund. 61 . fōgrais a pēin mōir gan ōr ... do glacadh
uaidip, Fl. Earls 78.26 . focrais Saul do claind I. na beth
Dauid i crich ... occu LB 129b8 : fucair ... do chlannaib
Seth ... | naro ḟaema duine dib | ingena claine Caín, Rawl.
76a21 (= LL 141b46 ). focairther o Dil arna rogonta nech
... dona Déisib, Ériu iii 140z . fógair dhamh teacht `jube
5me ... venire
' TSh. 2162 ( Matt. xiv 28 = aithin díomsa dhul
NT 1602 ). a n-oibreachuibh nach fuagarthar, da ngarthar
supererogativa, Luc. Fid. 306 . With personal object :
nach focre fond[o]tocerthar any warning wherewith thou
shalt be warned
(= whensoever thou shalt be warned) Bürgsch.
10 22 § 65b .
(c) f. ¤ cath (for nech) proclaims battle on, challenges (some-
one) to battle:
fúacrais E. comlond dó féin ... forro LU 8920
( FB 69 ). forruacrad iarom cath lind indiu LL 275b41 .
fuacraid ... cath no comracc oenfir for Tadg LU 3195 ( RC
15 ii 90 ). forruacart ... comrac desse for Eogan LL 290a45
( RC xiii 456 ). fuacairthir uad cath no cain | o Lugaid for
firu Fáil LL 210a29 . foccrais cor gleaca fair challenged
him to a wrestling-match
CCath. 2937 . is e int E. rofocrad
comrith n-echda ar gach fer who used to challenge every man
20in horse-racing
TTebe 2305 . do ḟógradar cath ar thri
macaibh C., Keat. ii 1462 . With omission of direct obj. :
ro ḟócair ḟort in a thig he challenged thee Met. Dinds. iv 364 .
Cf. also : ro ráidh Berach fris : Fuaccair-si iad sin ar tús
... ┐ ni rofúacair forra acht ro theilcc forra ... `challenge
25[warn ?] them' (before attacking them) BNnÉ 38 § 72 .
(d) with person as obj. proclaims (in hostile sense),
denounces ; declares outlaw, banishes: cf. fosrocurt duib
(gl. multi ... quos saepe dicebam vobis) Wb 24a26 . fusocart
Éndae C. fu bíthin creitme had denounced them because of
30their believing
Thes. ii 240.18 ( Arm. 18a1 ). fócrad foglaide
`let him proclaim [i.e. banish] robbers' Tec. Corm. § 2.17 .
rofhuacratar in drai asin tír `ordered ... out' Lism.L. 1223 .
raith tar cend cet-muintire fonocuir a cetmuinter, Laws v
224.5 . conad hi sin [viz. Herodias] cetben chuil rofuacrad
35riam isin domun who was publicly denounced ZCP xiv 148.7 .
go foigeoradh ri Erenn ... aisde é would banish him therefrom
(i.e. from Rathain) BCC § 121 . foiceortar ... as do tighernas
tu § 348 (p. 374) . ro fuaccradh Ua C. ┐ Ua M. fó Érinn were
proclaimed (traitors) throughout Ireland
FM v 1496 . fuagar-
40thar ón eaglais iad mar lucht dún-mharbhtha ... `ab ecclesiis
excludantur
' TSh. 4640 . With FOR (AR) (cf. (b)) : oirne an
uair do ḟógrubhar `after thou hast banished me' TD 3.44 .
With obj. of thing repudiates, disclaims: mad forfoccra
curu a meic co fiastar cāch, Laws iii 58.2 . cipe fāsus do
45chathugudh in lai-si fos fuacraim-si ┐ atcuirim whatever
accrues from to-day's fighting I renounce and reject
CCath.
4600 . Cf. fir ... na fograither cuir whose contracts are not
disclaimed
Ériu xiii 31.22 .
(e) with acc. of thing and DO of person adjudges, awards
50(to) ; orders to be given (to), hands over: ro fhócair a ccadhas
féin d'eacclais ┐ d'ealadhain (i.e. announced that the privi-
leges of church and poetry should be respected) FM v 1666 .
ag sin th' oighen acc an cceithirn ... ┐ fuagraim duit é ...
Gabhaim lais iv 788 = Focraim h'aigin det ... Gaibim
55lais, ar in C., Ann. Conn. 1406 . gur eirgettar na leinibh
béo ... ┐ do fhoccair da maithribh iatt delivered them over
to their mothers
BNnÉ 198.4 . With Ó of person adjudges
from, takes away from ; (reflex.) gives up claim to, renounces
(publicly) : d'fhógair an abdhaine uaidh he resigned TSh.
60 5058 . ro foccradh uatha an baile don iarla they surrendered
the castle to the earl
FM vi 2108.17 .

fúacairt n ā,f. (vn. formation from fúacair) proclaiming ;
with gen. of person challenging (?) : atát aca ḟ. ¤ TBC 3370 =
ga fobairt TBC² 2605 .
65See fócrae.

fúacartha adj io-iā (part. of fúacair). fuagartha ` proclaimed,
published ' P.O'C. Cf. in fuacurthai .i. Enno Aigneuch ZCP
iii 242.27 . ní hosair fir fuagarta no bed for an outlaw Buile S.
80.23 .

70 fúacarthaid n i,m. one who proclaims, a herald, announcer: f. ¤
┐ forcetlaid cecha fírinde PH 5775 . fuacartaigh cecha
maithiusa, Lism.L. 3920 .

fuach (n o,m. ? Cf. deach) (somet. with -ú-, but possibly a
disyllable. On derivation see Marstrander, ZCP vii 365 ) a
75 word ; a stanza or quatrain (poetic term) : fasach .i. fes-f. ¤ .i.
foach focal, Corm.Y 611 (cf. Laws v 12.6 Comm. ). fuach .i.
focul Corm.Y 447 . Met. Gl. D. 26 ; Lec. Gl. 4 ; Stowe Gl. 389 ; f. ¤ .i.
focal ; .i. rann, O'Cl. f. ¤ .i. rann, O'Dav. 858 , citing in f. ¤
ellachtda, ar an fers lasan laidneóir as f. ¤ a ainm lasin ḟilidh,
80 Ériu xiii 15.3 . cf. go ḟ. ¤ nuin ib. 29 . nocon ar f. ¤ toltanach
neich aile doniat sum an urfocru `at the voluntary word of
another
' Laws ii 310x Comm. deach .i. de-fuach .i. comruc
dā sillab conristar and, Corm.Y 500 . Cf. deach .i. di fuach in
tan is dialt ... de fuach in tan is recomrac, Auraic. 3570 . lorg-
85ga f. ¤ unstressed syllables between alliterating words: l.f. ¤ .i.
iarmberla da silladh [leg. -ab ?] O'C. 2074 ( H 4. 22, 676 ).
(l. f. ¤ eter da focul) : as mo thoil féin ar in sál [end of st.]
Imba sessach ... [beginning of next st.] imba is í in l.f. ¤ ,
Auraic. 5351 ( LL 37c47 ). lān f. ¤ firinde (.i. lan focal), Amra
Sen. 2 ( ZCP iii 223 ). dofemat ferba f. ¤ filid, Anecd. ii 75.1 .
5 siansa a f. ¤ (.i. a focal) ZCP v 483 § 1 . fer gan ainces a bfuach-
aibh (.i. i foclaibh), Leb. Gab. i 130 (of an historian). ? gab-
sait gair thromm thri uair trede nad f. ¤ fo fuair LL 287a18
(rhet.). Cf. further : gle nad n-iadha rathaighes fior fri
filedha f. ¤ , Ériu xiii 21.27 . cia f. ¤ feithes fiacha ? f. ¤ maith
10 26.3 .