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fúaslaici, fúasailci v Mid. Ir. formation prob. from O. Ir.
do-fuasailci through loss of the first preverb, see Ped. ii
564 , used side by side with the contemporary oslaici (fos-
50laici), e.g. fuaslaicthir ... oslaicther TBC 1003 , 1006 . co
forsluicther ... ni fuaslaicfimne ... fonosailc-si ZCP xiii
24.24 , 25 = Bürgsch. p. 32 § 2 . Cf. ronfuaslaice gl.) don-
forslaice), Hy i 18 (T). In deuterotonic form, e.g., fa fuas-
ailcci, Bürgsch. p. 32 § 2 . fon-uasluice, Laws v 214y (see
55other exx. from Laws text below), the f is inserted ana-
logically. Cf. such forms as do-fuarat, do-fuissim. A
(probably spurious) compd. fuatuaslaic- is found, Laws
Comm. In Laws ii 362.12 , v 128.20 ; 216.10 it glosses fo-fuaslaice;
in iii 38.19 arosloice. Perf. occasionally -forslaic (see below);
60 cf. for-oslaici.
(a) looses, opens, sets free (in physical sense): ra fuas-
laiced dind archoin a chonarach TBC 1007 = ro sgaoileadh
St. ro fhuasluicc a claidhiub dia orcain drew his sword to
slay him
Lism.L. 279 . Cf. cach mac ... ima fuatuaslaicend
65in mathair a broind, Laws iii 38.19 (gloss on: cach fermac
arosloice broind a mathar). triasa trascairther secht múir
... ┐ tresa fuaslaicther int ochtmad múr PH 8017 .
Intrans. with FOR: fuaslaiced tra foirnn (= let him open
our grave
) PH 1502 . dia fúaslaicthe tu uirri-seo if you open
70this (box
) Mer. Uil. 167 (cf. ro ḟoslaicset furri they opened it
303 ).
(b) releases, delivers; redeems: dianfarslaic Dia ... do
lámaib a derbráthar when God released him [i.e. Joseph]
from the hands of his brethren SR 7319 . dian forslaic angel
75Dé ... [Petar] ... a cumrigib 7399 . fuaslaicit ... a anmain
o na hocht cairib PH 4616 . isin sollamain-sa ro fuasligthe
na doine 5595 . is é ro fuaslaic fir Erenn ... ó daeire, Cog.
202y .
Redeems (a pledge): dlegait flaithe fonuaslaicther a
80ngella `the chiefs are entitled to the redemption of their pledges'
Laws iii 24.12 ( SM Facs. 48a ).
(c) loosens .i. e. dissolves, annuls: fofuasluice cechtar
da lina dochuru araili, ni fuaslaici a sochuru either of the
(contracting) parties can dissolve the bad contracts of the
85other; they cannot dissolve their good contracts
Laws ii 362.6
( Ir. Law 27 ). secht n-anfolaid fofuaslaiced udhburta
`which invalidate the offerings' Laws v 128.13 .
(d) solves (a problem) : o rofúaslaic [Ioseph] fís Forainn
explained Pharaoh's dream SR 7324 . in cheisd do chuirdís
... ro ḟuaslaiced Find féin, Acall. 2555 . Cf. a cor a tenid
5... conid amlaid sin ro fuaslaic ┐ romarb in natraigh thus
he solved [the difficulty] and killed the serpent
(? of Hercules
and the Lernean hydra) BB 417a18 . See ar-osailci and
for-oslaici.
Vn. fúaslucad, q.v.

10 fúaslaicthech adj o-ā that opens, loosens, solves: firinne ...
brethḟuaslaictheach brātha judgment-delivering (?) MR 98.18 .

fúaslaictheóir n i, a deliverer, redeemer: a Fhuasluigtheóir
an domhain ! Redemptor mundi TSh. 4485 .
See fúascaltóir.

15 fúaslucad n u,m. (vn. of fúaslaici) fuasalcath ZCP xi 95 § 45
(fuaslugadh, fuaslaic- v.l.). fúaslagadh IGT, Verbs § 65
(p. 220) . Decl. ex. 743 .
(a) loosing, opening: fuaslucud an talman for a taisib
(i.e. to disinter his relics), BColm. 96.6 (for constr. cf. fúas-
20laici, a
).
(b) releasing, delivering: cuin ... táncamár ... dot ḟuas-
lucud LU 2334 ( RC iv 248 ) = thúaslugud LU 2328 . fuaslucad
do mogaib freeing of bondsmen Laws v 450.15 . slan fuas-
laicthi di athgabail the release of the distrained [animal] is
25free from penalty
[i.e. in certain circumstances] Caratnia 48 .
comus fuaslacthi ┐ cuibrig cáich LB 257by ( Hog. Nenn.
§ 44 ). dia fuasluccad asin geilsine i mbatar, Lorg an tS.N.
1810 . cen mnaí do fulang a n-eicen acht coro cumaingtea
fuaslucad di 2324 . d'iarraigh fuaslaicthe do Ruaidhri
30 to ask for R.'s liberation RC xviii 162 (Tig.). Ransoming:
as dóibh fén dob éccin a bfuaslaccadh `they were obliged
to ransom themselves
' FM iii 230 = Ann. Conn. 1225.18 .
A ransom: do gabadar an Fian é, tucad fuaslucud mor
d'Find da cinn, Acall. p. 328.37 . B. do ghabail ... ┐ a legan
35amach ... ┐ fuasluicthi mora do buain as B. was captured
... and let out ... and large ransoms were exacted from him

AU iii 266 .
(c) in Laws redeeming (a pledge, etc.) : fri fuasluccadh
toiscide to redeem a necessary (of life) Laws i 278.9 Comm. By
40extension : fuaslucad cor mbel `dissolution of verbal con-
tracts
' i 50.10 ( ZCP xvi 176 ), a sign of degenerate times ;
glossed .i. uatuaslucadh in neich risi tucadh trebuiri co
coir o belaibh ... .i. a sena ┐ a nemaititiu ib. Laws i 50.24 , i.e. repu-
diating (?) : fuaslugad dechmad (.i. na dechmada tucad
45don eclais d'uatuslucad uaithi) v 450.15 , 22 Comm . (on :
taithmeach n-udburta).
(d) solving (a problem) : an ceist chuirim eol damh
féin a fúaslaccadh BNnÉ 245.8 . ic fuaslugad cest ┐ caingen,
Lorg an tS.N. 3691 . conid do ro tarrngiredh ingnad an
50tSoidhich Naomhtha do fuasluccad 74 .

fúasma n (cf. innsma) later often written fúasmad. A blow
or thrust (of a pointed weapon, generally a spear) : mád f. ¤
doberthar di mairfid fer cach f. ¤ it will kill a man at every
thrust
LU 7717 ( BDD 129 ). co tarat fuasma tria Odrán,
55 Trip. 218.6 (2581) = lancea Odranum transfixit Lat. Lives
56 ; fuasmadh, Lism.L. 428 . cach fer dothiged ... doberead
fuasma ind don crand sin, Thr. Ir. Gl. 32 s.v. nescoit =
fuasmad, Corm. Y 975 . dober L. fuasma do gai mór indseom
LL 275b8 . ro marbhadh ... lá fuasma do gae FM v 1430.14 .
60 tucc-somh fuasma da claidib fair, CCath. 3683 . pl. fuasmada
garbta gaibtecha 6086 . d'fuasmadaib laigen 3630 . ? a
bhfreagartha ┐ a bhfuasmanna a bhfraisnéallaibh ... an
aidheoir, Todd. Lect. iv 84.9 (leg. fuamanna ?). (Fig.)
rogabh fuasmadh mór feirge í fit of anger Ériu v 100.6 (leg.
65 fúasnad ?).

fúasnad n u,m. (< fo-osnad, Thurn. Gr. 512 ; Ir. Law 47 ;
vn. of fo-fúasna). perturbation, disturbance, in Mid. Ir. of
angry excitement, violent wrath, passion: is fuasnad dut
menmain siu (= aiebas te ... turbari) Ml 2d5 . fuasnad ┐
70todernam (transl. perturbatio) 77d4 . ní ainm fuasnada
doine ... acht is ainm fuasnada nephdligthich ech (of the
verb fremunt) 16b12 . atcota fergach fuasnadh, Anecd. iii
12 . ni cóir duit ... f. ¤ friu LU 3255 ( SC 5 ). rongab ferg ┐
fuasnad fírmór fri Anténor LL 227b36 ( TTr. 782 ). Fuasnad
75(npr. m. transl. Lat. Furor) TTebe 1728 . go ffuasnadh ┐
go ffergluinne FM vi 2212.16 . pl. ni errachtatar lind fuas-
nadu na ferga, Alex. 896 . ro eirghetar ferga ┐ fuasnada a
miledaib M., Caithr.CC. § 97 . Of physical disturbance :
[dogéni Críst] fuasnad do t[h]onnaib mara ZCP ix 170.27 .
80 tri fuasnad ┐ anbthine ngoithe PH 4116 . torcuir ... amail
omna ... la fuasnad morgaeithe, Lorg. an tS.N. 886 . do
fás gairbhe san ngaoíth ┐ fuasnadh san ffiormament FM
v 1582.8 . With obj. gen., disturbing, unsettling: ac f. ¤
Insi Bretan (of the Pelagian heresy), Anecd. iii 68.13 . In
85Laws of raising an outcry or objection against a contract :
cach fuasnud ... cin indurba (.i. cach fo osnad) Laws ii 290.24
( 292.16 = fuasnad .i. fuaidri [ = fúaitriud] nó foeghem O'Dav.
951 ) ; rendered `Stören (Einspruch)' Thurneysen ZCP
xiv 377 (use discussed, Ir. Law 47 ). fuasnud celsine ...
fuasnud cor, Laws ii 292.18 . Cf. fuasnad .i. sgaileadh ut
5est f. ¤ luighe no anmcairdesa O'C. 81 ( H 3. 18, p. 62b ).
fuasnadh mbrethe, O'Don. 2213 ( Nero A vii p. 147a ).
Cf. fúasaít (b).