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fúatlán ? ind im Ḟuradrán f. ¤ (: R LL uarcán) LL 184b5 ( Arch.
Hib. ii 74 § 62 `F. who filled a bier').

fúatne: n bit fuaitne fianna lib Luigne, Corm.Y 1018 p. 88
(orc tréith) = fuatni fianna, Thr. Ir. Gl. 35 ; fuaitne finna,
5Bodl. ina cuirtis na eich do cheppaib ┐ do chorrfotaib ┐
di ḟuatnib talman asa n-aigthib síar sechtair ` turves (?)'
RC xiv 416 ( LL 110a9 ); `seems a dim. [singulative ?] of
fuat .i. clár no crann' Stokes ib. Gloss.
Cf. 1 fúat and úaitne (úaithne).

10 fúatnge vb. see fúataing.

? 1 fuba(e) n io,n. later m. (vn. of fo-ben). In late texts
sometimes spelt fubad. The act of attacking, being on the
offensive; harming, affecting injuriously: (a) In Laws
text freq. in expression: f. ¤ ┐ ruba attack and defence.
15Applied to compulsory military service within the territory;
the `fuba' consisted in withstanding pirates and horse-
thieves and hunting wolves: dlighidh in flaith cēilsine
... fri dāil fri digail, fri rubu fri fuba, Laws ii 268.17 ( ZCP
xiv 364 ). fuba ┐ ruba, Laws i 156.28 ; 230.22 , v 308.17 .
20 na tri fuba .i. fodiuba im loingsechaib ┐ im echtādait ┐
im macu tiri, i 160.1 Comm ., cf. iii 22.17 . fri fubu .i. fri
luingsecha ┐ ecthaighe ┐ macu tire, ii 270.5 Comm . fri f. ¤
fri ruba iii 22.5 . Cf. freccuir cach domaine do fuba fri
flaith ib. 11 . duine ... ris nách eidir fubu na rubu a ferainn
25do denum iv 132.28 Comm .
(b) of the maleficent practice of magic: f. ¤ n-imda (.i.
pisoca isin lepuidh ... .i. a ben do breith uadh .i. cona bi
tualuing lanamnus) ` bed-witchcraft ' Laws i 176.3 (180.24) ;
cf. f. ¤ co fessaib ... .i. a leamad nó pisoga do [dénum dó],
30 O'Dav. 930 . fīr fogearrta ... .i. issed doni fīr geindtlide
dib f. ¤ do breith chucu (i.e. the employment of `fuba' in
a legal ordeal makes it pagan in character ?) Laws v 472.23
Comm.
(c) in wider sense: cen f. ¤ ngalair `injury from disease'
35 Laws ii 248.27 . leth-cumal a fuba fiadnaise no cranncor
(= tampering with) H 3.17, c. 477 ( O'Don. 641 ). fubadh
cetmuinnterais .i. diulta dó da cetmuinntir uais gan a
tabairt, no gan a riachtanas a leas do tabairt di a n-aimsir
a heslaint[e] O'C. 2308 ( Eg. 88 f.23b ). f. ¤ sailech injuring
40a willow
ZCP xii 366.13 ( PRIA xxxvi C 310 ). cf. f. ¤ .i. crécht,
O'Cl. fubhai (.i. dorchadus) for rendaib ZCP ix 170.29 .
cland Chlothrand is na Find co fubaib LL 138a6 . ? ni
fubai dam ... olda duitsiu (= it will do me as little harm
as you
) LL 108a6 ( RC xiv 402 . by Meyer Fianaig. Gloss.
45 s.v. fo-benim taken as 2 s. subj. of that verb).
(d) in gramm. or prosody a defect, a fault: cen fubae
without flaw (of speech) Sg 26a8 . Dia Dia .i. Dia do rāda
oenfecht nir ba lōr ... uair no ḟāsḟad f. ¤ icon ḟilid gaedelach
de ┐ rogair ... ainmm in ḟuba sin LB 238[d]b60 . (of a metre:)
50 ni f. ¤ a ngairit ara binnus ┐ ara segdacht la cach the short
[line] is not [counted as] a defect, because of its sweetness, etc.
IT iii 27.21 . Auraic. 5459 . cf. ni fuba don eolach ┐ is
fubu don aneoluch BB 305b42 ( ZCP xix 197 ). má tá fubadh
nó fuilledh `blemish or excess' O'Gr. Cat. 137.3 (scribal
55note).

? 2 fuba: ind im fobrithe .i. im leth na f. ¤ don mnai [f]igi .i.
f. ¤ berrtha .i. luach fige, Laws i 152.6 . Cf. im in rath fubaide
in the parallel passage 132.19 , and see fobrithe.

fúbad ? ind IGT III § 67 .

60 ? fubaid v (1 fuba) attacks, is on the offensive (oppd. to rubaid
`wards, parries') injures: fudbas ┐ rudbas ┐ gonas gach
fer dib a ceile ZCP x 303.3 . do ghaphador a ccloidhmhe
... fudois ┐ rubois [fudbas ┐ rudbas v.l.] cach a chéile dibh
287.16 . ni fuba dire does not lessen dire-fine Laws v 6 .
65? Fergus Foga fubaid gail LL 21b13 . Cf. fo-ben, fo-diben,
fodiuba, and see -fuga.

fubaide ? (apparently part. of fo-ben): fubide (gl. vitiatum.
corruptum) Ench. Aug. 71a ZCP vii 480 . im fobrithe .i. log
berrtha .i. im in rath f. ¤ , Laws i 124.2 , 132.19 ; see fobrithe.
70In: ni f. ¤ idir doibside, v 6.11 it seems = fubaidi, verb. necess.
of fo-ben.

fubaidi: x see prec.

fuball: x see fafall.

fuban: n name of Cú Chulainn's shield , LL 107a3 ( Ériu
75 iv 28 ); called Duban in a later text, Ériu v 72z (from ind
ḟuban ?).

fubthach: x see fubthad.

fubthad n u,m. (vn. of fo-botha) also bubthad. The act of
frightening or intimidating: ni f. ¤ fil isind lassir (gl. quae
80non terret) Ml 40c2 . fubtad feirge LL 371a16 . Often used
of terrifying by noise: (of illegal driving of cattle) fubta
la feargluinde dia cuimgither cnamu (.i. beim for sciath
no int ṡlat for cuaille), Laws v 138.13 (21) = O'Dav. 500 .
adcoimcaiset crandu fri scíathu do ḟ. ¤ Patraic, Trip. 142.17
85(1648) . bí Germán ... crand fria sciath do bupthad na
ndam LU 1751 ( RC ix 482 ; v.l. ubtadh, fubtadh) = do
ḟubthadh, Anecd. i 58 § 65 . docorastar huamhon for na
sluagho. ní bu fubthud cin damna `a frightening [fright ?]
without cause
' Ériu ii 100 § 8 . ar ṁbúbthad-ni de smútgur
... morṡluaig TBC 5110 . allgot[h]a móra ... na n-uasal
5... ic fubtadh a mbidbad, CCath. 5949 . Scare away, warn
off: do bubtaid borb ┐ aineolach, O'C. 2178 ( Eg. 88, f.6 c )
= do fubhtad, H 3.18, p. 469a9 ( Cóic Conara 26 § 1 ) =
dfubthach borb ┐ aneolach ar na tistais buirb ... do acrau
eolach , Rawl. 114b27 ( Cōic Conara 23 = fubta 57 § 133
10[ H 3. 18, 486 ]). Threatening: bubthad .i. bagar ut est
b. oc fleid, O'Dav. 211 = buftadh oc fleid ZCP xvi 213
( Nero A vii f. 154b ). fubtadh .i. bagar, O'Cl. robud .i.
re mbuptadh bíos warning , i.e. it is before (= precedes)
threatening Corm.Y 1085 . Cf. fuba co fessaib .i. a fubthad
15co fesaib, O'Dav. 930 .
Cf. ag fubthad Gall D. fair, Hugh Roe² 24.16 (13b , fub
MS., which, in O'Reilly's transcript, 23 P 9, p. 13x , and
in the first ed. is expanded fubairt, an unlikely reading).