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fúamann adj swift, prompt (?); vehement (?): fuamann .i.
luath no dian, ut est ro faebar f. ¤ ... .i. fo amainnsi .i. fuasma
fo thuinn a aighthi conid foderc, O'Dav. 840 = O'C. 2816
( Eg. 88, 85b ). The passage is in Bretha Nemed: cidh
5cnedhacha coindse cucht conach roich arus [ = a rús ?]
richt ro faoura fuamand fo tuind tethnadar, ro duisccedh
fuil for a gruaidh gnuis. conid foderc O'D. 2205 ( Nero
A 7, 142a ). Cf. Flaithbertach f. ¤ , Met. Dinds. iv 206 , and
Faolán fuamann FM ii 644 (= g p. of fúaim ?).

10 fúamnach adj o-ā faídiud findgel fúamnach Fáil, Met. Dinds.
iii 50 ; `the lamentation of the fair-skinned vocal women
of F.
' A derivative of fúaim ? Cf. fúaimnech.
As npr. f.: Fúamnach ... bá ben Midir LU 10704 (see
s.v. fúam). g s. for slic[h]t Fuamnaigi Ériu xii 160.3 .

15 fúamnigid v = uamnaigid terrifies (?): fuamnaigfiter sluaig
SG 321.13 .

fúan n o,n. & m. IGT, Decl. § 96.5 (m.) some kind of outer
garment (worn by both sexes), a tunic (? cloak): tonica vel
lacerna .i. sai nó f. ¤ Wb 30d19 (refers to paenulam of text).
20 fuan brat, Met. Gl. Ff. 35 ; D 56 . O'Cl. f. ¤ caín corcra n-imbi.
cóicroth óir ... and LU 8601 ( FB 45 ). f. ¤ ... cona imthac-
muṅg dergóir LL 261b4 ( Lg. 18 ). f. ¤ corcra corrtharach
immi LL 237b15 ( TTr. 1531 ). Baí dā étgud immi .i. f. ¤ caín
... corthorach cóicdíabuil ... clíabinar sróil ... ré chnes
25 LU 6554 = TBC 2728 ; f. ¤ corcra ... immi 1817 = brat LU
5636 . ro scuc[h] in fuan corcra cain | dia cic[h]ib sis BB
402b27 (= Miscell. Celt Soc. 74 ; cúach, Met. Dinds. iv
142.5 ). (of the poet's retinue :) deichnemar for fleghaib
fuain, O'D. 1194 ( H 2. 15, 79 = fuair BB 332 , Auraic. 2227 ).
30 flegha [ = fleda] fuain .i. inbotha .i. inbainnsi .i. edach
nuachuir, O'C. 2067 ( H 4. 22, p. 67 ); cf. la tri coicda dinaib
lanamnaib ... | forsna fledaib | f. ¤ cen imned | forsin cond-
mad LL 36b22 (leg. fúar ?).
Transf. of hair covering the body: folt a chind chain
35... fuan co findi ... robai immi, Anecd. i 62 § 107 . Of
plumage: gilidir f. ¤ ṅgēssa LL 249a23 ( TBFr. § 9 ). Cf.
dath fuinche fuan, Ériu ix 46 § 14 (v.l. fuar) = dath fuaince
fuan (.i. dath brait na finnoige) ZCP v 490 § 17 . fuan fuinc[h]e
ZCP ix 167.25 .

40 fúapairt; fúapartach: x see fópairt; fóbartach.

fuar n n. (O.Ir. vn. of fo-fera) preparing, providing: a f. ¤ inna
mbiad the provision of foods Ml 81c2 . f. ¤ salto as cach
óenaescu to provide for a leap out of every lunar month (in
computing the difference between solar and lunar months)
45 Thes. ii 13.28 .
Compd. trisin fuarinbudcaid .i. tri Iohain foruar inna
inbotha (gl. paranymphum) Tur 48 .
See fúr.

1 fúar adj cold (and derivatives), see úar, and cf. f. ¤ úar IGT,
50 Decl. § 96 end.

2 fúar n (B. na f.) flood, sea: f. ¤ .i. dilend .i. muir, Auraic.
5443 ( LL 38b ). A cant use of 1 fúar? Cf. idchonncadar
in boith uatha do lethaeib in uair ZCP xiii 223.9 (Sdair
Núadat). Perhaps a spring here; see 1 úar II.

55 fúaralach n (< fúar-folach ?) a tomb, sepulchre (?): ro hadn-
acht ... i n-oturlighi ┐ a nf. ¤ a sinnsir, Lorg an tS. N. 3387 .
cóirigter cosair d'Úib C., ┐ fuarálach d'Úib O. `a cold lair'
(directions for disposal of dead after battle), Caithr. Thoirdh.
121.4 . Cf. amhail chréachtacha 'na gcodladh 'na bhfuarfhalchaibh
60= in sepulchris TSh. 4709 .

fúarc n integument, bark (?): glaisem cnis .i. cain er- no
crectha no f. ¤ , Anecd. iii 44 (a kenning for the birch-tree
suggested by its bark). fuarc fuinchi, H 3.18, p. 10 marg.
sup. = fuan fuinc[h]e the raven's coat ZCP ix 167.25 . fuarc
65fuinnseann (in a prescription) 23 K 42, 400.14 . fuarc
`internal parts?' Ériu xiii 127 n. 1 may be a different word.
Cf. also P.O'C.'s fuarc ... `what cooper's staunch their vessels
with.
'

fuarcne n f. ¤ .i. crechtach ut est gabul fuarcne .g. .i. lum [leg.
70luin ?] gablach fuargni , O'Dav. 842 . Stokes suggests that
it `may be ... gen. sg. of fuargun a compd. of fo and orgun.'

fúarda, -cht: x see úarda, -cht.

fúargg n urine f. ¤ ind eich angbaid `stale' Met. Dinds. iii 456
( LL 212b15 ; all other MSS. have fual). Cf. rocloss fúarg-
75ḟothrom na sluag i céin LL 111a44 ( RC xiv 426 ) and Mod.
fuarc, Ériu xiii 127 .

fúarlach n s,o,m. (see loch) IGT, Decl. § 55 (v.l. fúalrach)
`the marshy edge of a lake or river; a sudden flood of rain,
a freshet ' Dinneen. ? (Fig.) f. ¤ mo thrisi ni tréigeabh IGT,
80 Decl. ex. 747 . ar f. ¤ [a bfuarloch v.l.] bhréigi ná [ní v.l.]
bím ib. 748 = nar bhfúalrach 1440 .

fúarma n a form, bench (mod.): g s. i míorr gach fuarma ,
Keat. Poems 1434 . See forma.

fuarrachus n m. (fuarrech) mercy, clemency: cach f. ¤ .i. gach
85foirithin uais ar Dia, O'Dav. 1007 .

fuarrech adj o-ā gentle, forbearing: gl. clemens Ml 20c10 . bad
fuairrech cách fri alaile Wb 5d15 . f. ¤ cech finechar, Tec.
Corm. § 13.10 . ba fuarrach fri cach, Ériu ii 172 § 1 . fuair-
eoch ... fri gach trōg, Arch. iii 315 n. 21 . fuairrech .i.
foirithin, O'Dav. 1007 . As alleg. npr. f.: Fuairrech inghen
5tSoluithich, Anecd. ii 50 .
Cf. cáenfuarrech.