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fúaitriud n u,m. (vn. of fúaitrid;). (a) the act of opposing
85or hindering (a person or proceeding) : fuaidredh .i. crosadh
ut est : is mian lium f. ¤ do chur air, Ériu xiii 70 ( H 3. 18,
625b ) = fúadradh, O'Cl.; in Laws Comm. freq. of impugning
(a contract, etc.) : frithcathugud .i. fuaitred [fuaidri v.l.],
O'Dav. 912 . do fir in fuaitreda the opposing party 1398 .
ni segar deimin tar indeimin .i. nocha n-innsaigter a deimin
5o fir na tuinide tre indeimin fir in fuaitertha, H 3.17, 463
( O'D. 622 ). baoth cor cluinither .i. is baoth don ti no
cuirenn re ḟuaitred, H 3.17, 463 ( O'D. 622 ). fer an fuaitreda,
H 3.18, 195a ( O'C. 354 ). slan d'fear an fuaidirtha gach
fuachtain dogni og edarsgara a ferainn, O'C. 2306 ( Eg. 88,
1023a ). is cuimgiuch é eim fuaitriudh na cor do niat, Laws
ii 282.19 (gl. is mesi imusfuich curu a fine). ima fuaidriud
cen co cuimgech thu a thaithmech (i.e. thwarting a con-
tract which you cannot dissolve) iii 56.26 (gl. fo eige cenni
ro taithim). a n-aititin na ndrochcur ... can a fuaidredh
15 v 444.2 . Cf. do luid ... do faedredh a feraind don Mac Óc
`came to claim his land from the M.' Ériu xii 146.13 (`don'
perh. goes with `do luid' here). is asa lim fuaidridh do
cur , it is easier in my opinion to raise a cross-suit (?) IT
iii 201.3 . With subj. gen. : mac ... do nithar ri hingin tar
20apu n-athar .i. tar fuaitred in athar, Rawl.B 506, 57a ( Laws
v 198 ). a tabairt do Pirr tar fuaitrid in fir dar naiscidh
hi roime, D iv 2, 76 ra3 .
(b) disturbing, harrying (?) : co rancatar ar f. ¤ Muman
... co Glenn M. till they reached Gl.M. after having ravaged (?)
25M., RC xviii 172.30 (Tig.), cf. ro indirset Mumain reampa
co rangattar Móin Móir FM 1151 . araill do dhaoinibh
uaisle a chinidh acc fóccra ┐ acc fuaidreadh fair a ndiaidh
an anma sin `vied and contended with him' (over the head-
ship of the clan) FM vi 2092.16 .
30(c) unsettled or irregular movement, flutter, scurry, agita-
tion (late use) : éanlaith ... bhíos ar foluamhain ┐ ar fuaid-
readh san oidhche, TSh. 9469 . fuaidreadh ┐ foluamhain
na mbeach 875 . bheith ar fuaidreadh go dteagmhann
bualtrach ... ris (of a beetle), Keat. i p. 4 . Transf. of
35emotion : d'anmuin is fatha fuaidridh ZCP xii 385.11 .
Cf. fúadar.

1 fúal n o,m. on etymology see Loth, RC xlv 190 . (a) urine:
gl. urina Ir. Gl. 222 . fual quasi fuil ar a dath, Corm. Y
643 . galar fúail, Thes. ii 248.11 . galar fuel 250.13 . maigin
40hi tabair th'úal 248.13 taber do fual, 250.16 . tuc in t-ech
a fual, Dinds. 79 . Met. Dinds. iii 456 . siblaís a fual cor
bo thipra LU 2940 . ni laimethar ... tabairt a fúail i n-imech-
tur in dúnaid 5535 . gabail ara f. ¤ `retention of urine' Mon.
Tall. § 53 . In wider sense : is and drecgais (tainic v.l.)
45a f. ¤ fola for Meidb TBC 6077 . Used as fertilizer : a dualgus
ḟuail no thuair, Laws iii 48.26 Comm. (perhaps = excrements ).
(Fig.) f. ¤ .i. salchur, ut est ar us and teid fual fo trebaire in
tan don athmongar cuir tar einaige (i.e. it is then a surety
is disgraced), Laws v 506.12 (= f. ¤ for t. ZCP iv 228 . O'Dav.
50 980 ). Cf. the expression : cacc for enech s.v. enech. M. A.
O'Brien's criticism ( Ériu xi 156 ) of Thurneysen's rendering
in Bürgsch. 84 is unconvincing.
(b) water (foul water, a puddle ?) : f. ¤ gach uisci edomain,
Met. Gl. Eg. 14 . f. ¤ .i. usce domain, Lec. Gl. 528 (leg.
55 édomain ?). f. ¤ quasi bual .i. uisce ..., dochuadar ar n-asa
i f. ¤ .i. a mbual, Corm. Y 596 (see búal). Hence, prob. f. ¤ .i.
uisce, Stowe Gl. 380 . O'Cl. This definition is not supported
by literature (with the very doubtful exception of the
citation in Corm. Y 596 ) and is probably due to confusion
60with búal; but fúal may have originally had the wider
sense, cf. fúalrad.
Compds. fualgalar urinary disease 23 K 42, 336.16 . fual-
shoitheach a chamber-pot TSh. 891 . fúaltech a urinal: n p.
fialtige ... ┐ fualtige LB 11a8 ( Rule of Céli Dé 42 ).

65 ? 2 fúal : ind iside dogair na tigerna chuca fri f. ¤ no fuasna,
Anecd. i 43.2 ; leg. fuadach `rapine' ? Plummer, Ériu
iv 44 . Here and in the phrase f. ¤ fo trebaire Laws v 506 .
M. A. O'Brien, Ériu xi 156 takes f. ¤ as `a legal term with
approximately the same meaning as fuasnad.' But probably
70we have in both cases simply a fig. use of 1 fúal, q.v.

fúalad ? n gurba saitheach braineoin ... dona fualadhoibh
feola tanoig asa ccorpaibh ZCP x 289.26 .

fúalán n o,m. (fúal) a chamber-pot: fualán TSh. 891 .

fúalang n o,m. frenzy, distraction, mental derangement , of a
75temporary state induced by terror, grief, etc. , never of
martial fury; freq. used of distracted persons: nos-geb
fualung ┐ dasacht, Aen. 792 (= saevit inops animi Virg.
Aen. iv 300 ). rosgab fualung ┐ dasacht Aen. 1662 ( Virg. Aen. vii 377 ), Aen. 2176
(in all cases of frantic women). doratad iar sin fualaṅg
80fóthe coro liṅg dar dua ind liss LL 274ax . na hairrdhena
... fúalaing ┐ foluaimhnighe, Buile S. 2 § 1 . ro linad in
saer-miled ... d'fualang ┐ d'uathbas MR 232.2 (= d'ualang
LL 409aw ). faennēlla fualaing MR 230.11 . co ndeochaid E.
... for fualang ar a imomhon BB 391a28 (= Dinds. 80 ).
85 go ro líon dfeircc gur bhó suaill na deachaidh for f. ¤ ┐ dásacht
FM vi 2360 . teacht uad ar f. ¤ (of cattle), O'C. 2328 ( Eg. 88
f. 25c ) = for fulung .i. ar dasacht, H 3. 17, c. 637.39 ( O'Don.
888 ). do leig spuir docum a eich ar f. ¤ (ara f. ¤ sin v.l.), Fier.
231 . mar choin ar fualang, O'Reilly Poems 2389 . Of
intoxication: cf. cid dech do lindaib flatha | ebthair flaith
5lindai f. ¤ , Anecd. i 14 . Of physical suffering: mar go bhfuil-
ngeann an t-othar ... iomad fualaing tré ṡíneadh láimhe
an leagha, TSh. 8234 (v.l. fualuinn, p. 494 ). ? caín feid
a rosc rocheim inna chend síar | caín fúalaing fuither glaini
sair LU 8343 ( FB 24 ; apparently of Cú Chulainn's con-
10tortions).