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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).

fúasnadach adj o-ā perturbed, violently excited, turbulent: ferg
fuasnodach ZCP xiii 171.18 . i n-agaid aiccenta anbfosaig
10... fuasnadaig a muintire, CCath. 4622 . cathair ḟúasnuidh-
theach ` tumultuous ' Isa. xxii 2 . Of natural objects and
phenomena : a Apia aird uasnadaig LL 233a25 ( TTr. 1200 ;
` storm-tossed ' Stokes). ar fat inn aeoir ... fhuasnadaig,
TTebe 610 (= turbidus aer Theb. ii 3 ). i n-etarmedon ...
15in aeoir fhuasnadaig ro arthraigsi (the Star of Bethlehem)
PH 6987 . bratt in aeoir fhuasnadaig 8161 . neollu inn
aéoir uasnadhaigh (cf. ... variis incertus motibus aer Phars.
iv 49 ) CCath. 2330 . fraisnella fannscailti fuasnadacha
4422 . in fuasnadach no an fuascarach (sobriquet) Fél.
20 256.13 (the context suggests that no an f. ¤ is a correction,
not an alternative).

fúasnaid : x see fo-fúasna.

fúasnaide adj io-iā (part. of fo-fúasna) disturbed, agitated: trí
huaisletu ind uisci fuasnaidi fil isind aier Ml 40d3 . osin
25aeoir fuasnaidhe, CCath. 3933 .

fúasnaidech : x see fúasnadach.

fúasnaigid v g (?) disturbs, perturbs, unsettles: fuasnaigther
... a flathius o threblaitib PH 4227 . fuasnaigter retinche
... in aeoir 4238 . romgab crith ... ┐ rofuasnaigthea mo
30uli thimthirechta 3860 . Of upsetting or impugning con-
tracts, etc.: ni fuasna dilsi .i. ni fuasnaidhe [fuasnighi
v.l.] a dilsi, O'Dav. 1398 (see H 3.17, c. 464.15 , O'Dav. 622 ).

1 fúat n o,m. wood acc. to O'Rahilly, Sc.G.St. iii 67 , citing :
f. ¤ .i. clar no crann, O'Dav. 914 , but only recorded in the
35specialized meaning, a (wooden) stretcher, a bier (generally
for carrying the dead) ; fuat .i. fuath e la cach no fo ad
[leg. fo ed ?] na collae bis, Corm. Y 631 . fuat bes comard
fri cris mna, O'Dav. 914 . fuadh .i. cróchar, O'Cl. f. ¤ .i.
árad, H 3.18, 70b2 = Lec. Gl. 412 . Cf. crand fedna .i. adbar
40in araidh .i. fuaith, Laws v 484.15 Comm. fer ... do thobairt
for fúatt amal bid marb, Trip.² 2619 (220.23) . fer marb ...
for fuat, BColm. 24.5 . tanic ... gosin fuat for a roib a
mhac, Aen. 2705 (= feretro Virg. Aen. xi 149 ). scarthar
an corp ris an bhfuad nó ris an gcróchar, gonadh de sin
45atá Áth Fuaid, Keat. ii 5416 . bretha ... ind óic athgoiti
for fúataib immach ... co mbátar oca n-othor ... LU 1594
( IT ii2 214 ). do ronsat fuaid ┐ crochair don lucht ro bai
beoghónta, Cog. 210z . docunnaicc se ... Sir T. ar imchar
acu a fuad litter ZCP vi 66.2 . cuitech fuatt (leg. fuait ?)
50 BB 433a26 seems the portorium or money placed in the
mouths of the dead as a fee to Charon the ferryman of
Acheron.
As a contemptuous epithet (cf. similar use of `stick'
in Hiberno-Engl.) : is mórán fuad do chuaig mar chéird
55leis ` wretch ' Five ... Political Poems 97.353 . Cf. ag fuaid
... ag óinmhid Cúirt na M. 218 . fuad `a silly flighty
fellow ' P. O'C. See also Keat. Poems cited s.v. 1 fúait.
Compd. ¤ árach a litter, stretcher: ro erail fúadarach fithe
fionnchaolaigh do dhēnomh do M. ... dia iomchur, Hugh
60Roe 260.11 (f. 69a) .

2 fúat n distance (?) : ernighther leth-eneclann a athar no
trian neneclainne a sheanathar do neach iar cul ... Leth-
eneclann a mic no trian eneclainne a ua do neoch ar fuat,
H 3. 17, c. 426 ( O'Don. 525 ) ; `forward' O'C., MS. Glossary
65in R.I.A.
See fot and 2 fúait.

? fúata : n f. ¤ .i. ére [eire v.l.] ut est la síne f. ¤ fethugud, O'Dav.
902 , leg. F. ¤ .i. Ériu ? Cf. ri ala [leg. Alo ?] Fuada, Corm. Y
1265 [a corrupt reading from : Alo Cluade ?) apparently
70connected with : cend ríg alathúathe LU 7123 ( BDD 80 ).
it file f. ¤ fāth, Rawl. 161a49 . Cf. do lasaruip lasait cin
urdibdud tar fuata fond, Anecd. ii 74 , almost certainly =
... tar fond Fúata. See Met. Dinds. v , npr. Index, s.v.
Fuat and Fuata.

75 fúatach n (also fótach ? see 2 fotach) s,o,n. later m. (vn. of
*fuataing). fúadach (o,m.) IGT, Decl. § 55 . as vn. Verbs § 52 .
The act of seizing and carrying off forcibly (a person
or property) ; abducting (a woman) : rucad Dond Cualnge
... i f. ¤ úadib TBC 2040 . dolluid chucu Midir ... d'ḟuatuch
80Étaíne, Met. Dinds. iii 350 . iar fuatach ingine Sorair ...
do Chellach, Laws iii 82.5 . f. ¤ n-athgabála driving away a
distress: ni haclaid fuatach n-athgabala dona damthar
dliged ZCP xvi 228 . is slan fuatach na hathgabala dona
damtar dliged uair in athgabail gabar go hinndlighthech
85slan a fuatach go hinndligthech, O'C. 2221 ( Eg. 38, 16a1 ).
fuadach ndichmairc no fri aidche `carrying off [a distress]
without asking consent or by night
' (cf. Parrth. an Anma
cited below) Laws ii 124x . See also s.v. 2 fotach. ben
fuataig `ravished woman' Laws i 180.22 Comm. ii 402.5
(expl. of lanamnus foxail). iarrais Cú Raoi árach ar Bhlánaid
5d'ḟuadach, Keat. ii 3467 . gáoth dá fuadach sa fairci the
wind swept them out to sea
AU iii 528 [a. 1517 ]. do beir
in gaeth ┐ in sruth fhuadach forin luing amach forsin fairgi,
Aen. 2596 . fuatach scríne Patraic la M. o Ath F. co hAth
S., RC xvii 345 . go teacht Eoghain d'fuadach Eireann
10as ar lamhaibh ML 102.15 ( ML² 1371 ). ré fuadach anam
na bpeacthach (= ad rapiendas peccatorum animas) TSh.
7783 . go bhfacaid na demhuin ... ar tí a fuadaidh riu go
hiffriond, MacAingil 119 (1423) . Creud as creachadh no
fuadach ann ? Ní do ghlacadh ós aird do neamhthoil
15an té sa shealbh a bhfuil go dleisdionach to carry off something
openly in despite of the lawful owner
Parrth. an Anma 2545
(p. 174) . Luc. Fid. 108 . iona luchd fuaduigh extortioners
Luke xviii 11 . 'na ḟear fuaduighe, 1 Cor. v 11 (1681) .
fuatach gaoithe a gust of wind, O'Gr. Cat. 593.25 . Plunder-
20ing, pillaging: do slat ┐ t'fuadach to plunder and pillage
thee
RC xliii 72 § 71 . Cf. do ḟúatuch na Fomorach = to
exterminate
Met. Dinds. iv 250 .