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2 fuidrecht n .i. folomrad catha .i. ... sloghadh fuidrechta
85`a fugitive host' Laws i 176.24 Comm. (`a host of fuidir-
tenants '? Atk.). The translation is based on H 3.18,
p. 243b3 ( O'C. 457 ) : sloighe fuidhrechta .i. foderach uadha
as a sloigid iar techt lais (= abandoning him when his army
has gone with him
?). Cf. fuidrecht .i. frith ut est dina
fornocht [ = fairnecht ?] f. ¤ .i. dona airnechta fir nochta
5[sic leg. ?] innte which seems = f. ¤ i.e. waif , ut est wherein
stripped (despoiled) men were not found
Ériu xiii 54 ( H 3.18,
61a ) (airnechta looks like pass. pl. perf. of ar-icc. Meyer
( ZCP xviii 333 ) took f. here to be pass. pret. of a verb *fo-
dírig. See fuidrech). Cf. Ir. Recht 61 n.3 , where Thurn.
10dismisses Atk.'s expl. of fuidrecht as an abstract and says
fuidrechta in Laws i 176 Comm. belongs to `dī-rig,' the
`fo' being added to agree with the lemma (folomrad).
But the word can hardly be an ad hoc compd. Meyer's
expl. seems more likely.

15 fuidrius n u, o, m. the status of a `fuidir': dia tocaiter triar
do daeraib a fuidres no co rabat fri re teora flatha (i.e.
remain in `fuidir'-ship under three lords in succession)
Laws v 512.13 Comm. = i fuidreacht, SM Facs. 2a . im
f. ¤ .i. in saerfuidir .i. fri re triir, Cōic Conara 21 § 14 . As
20coll.: glenomon bothais ┐ fuidris of cottiers and `fuidirs'
Laws iv 320.17 Comm. Críth G. 327 (this concludes an ob-
scure passage, which is discussed Ir. Recht 81 and by Binchy
in notes to Cr. G.). fodaltar fintiu ┐ fuidris fo fine ar ni
mo as n-athar fintiu ┐ fuidres oldas as maic ┐ as n-ui,
25 H 3. 18, 392b10 ( Ir. Recht 71 n. 3 ).

fuigel : ind fuigeal (ó énchéill) IGT, Decl. § 53 probably for
fuidel(l) q.v. Cf. fuigheall [v.l. fuigheal] (ó dhá chéill) ib.

fuigell n O.Ir. fugall, fugell. See Thurn. Gr. § 104 , § 169 .
o,m. (gell) n s. fugell Wb 9c5 (a prima manu). LL 35b40 .
30 fugall Wb 9c4 . g s. ind fugill LU 2000 . a s. fugal LL 35b24 .
d s. fugull Wb 9c16 . fugiull LU 2061 , Laws i 118.5 . pl.
generally fuigle, -i. fuigheall (ó dhá chéill [i.e. = fuigell and
fuidell]) IGT, Decl. § 53 .
(a) a judicial pronouncement, a sentence, decision (see
35 fo-gella): gl. iudicium Wb 9c16 . negotium 9c4 . fuigheall
no fughall .i. breitheamhnas, O'Cl. Cōic Conara Fugill,
the five paths to judgment `Urteilswege' Thurn., Cōic Conara
15 (title of a law-tract). atbaill a dligid a fuigiull Fene
(.i. eiplid uad inī dligis do reir fuigill in fenechais = he forfeits
40what is his due according to the sentence of fenechus
) Laws
i 118.5 . breithem bes tualaing f. ¤ fris frisind aes ndana
(.i. ... fuigill dundara leith risin lucht aca mbi in dan) who
is competent to decide
v 98.1 . ni rag-sa im oenḟ. ¤ ris (= nolo
... ad iudicium venire cum isto) Lat. Lives 10 . nā ructais
45nách f. ¤ anfirén for nech PH 4145 . dligid fiadnusi fugell,
Anecd. iii 14.4 . ni fuigheall feagtha firinne a gcongmháil
`it is not a sentence founded on the examination of truth to
detain them
' (a duly tested decision of justice) ML 108.4 .
pl. toga fer fíal firgaeth ... fri fuigli, fri brithemnacht SR
50 4592 . berid fúigle fírenu, a rigu! PH 4128 . ni aidlingcet
o nachaib rechtaib nā fúiglib nā brethemnachtaib, Alex.
850 . Frequently of Last Judgment: fri fugall ind ríg hi
laithiu brátho, Ériu i 196 § 13a . iar fugiull brátha LU
2061 ( FA 14 ). tiucfa [Críst] do figill [sic] bratha idir béod-
55uibh ┐ marbuibh ZCP vi 84.12 . nisbia esergi doib isin
ḟuigell PH 6595 . do ló an fhuighill Doomsday Dán Dé
xxv 9 .
As vn. (see fo-gella) passing judgment on: betsium ...
oc fuigiull in cinedu dóenna = iudicantes PH 1935 . In fig.
60sense: ? ticfa ... Cormac fria matin fugail to the morn of
decision
(by battle) Baile in Sc. 13 (: Mumain, see ZCP xx
222 ). as le gach aon a fhuigheall `sein Urteil' ZCP xiv
240.1 (but this belongs rather to fuidell, q.v.). Of other
authoritative pronouncements: air [leg. iar] fuigill [ = iull ?]
65na screptra PH 4811 . ba dorcha ... in labra do labairsead
na filidh isin fuighill sin IT iii 187.2 (of the colloquy of
Fercertne and Néde RC xxvi 14 ff .). fuigli féigi fellsamanda
... filed MR 194.1 . briathra fádh is fuighle naomh (of
prophecies) TD 1.52 . fa ḟuighlibh na n-éigeas, Content.
70 xxii 2 .
Hence in wider sense (b) speech, discourse (generally in
pl.): fuigheall .i. briathar, O'Cl. is fuighioll briathor bhuilidh,
Met. Gl. Ff. 10 v.l. Here probably: Eochu ... ān fugell
| ba flaith Lagen LL 35b40 . budh forderg ... na fuighle
75feichemnuis dogēn-sa friú `debtor's speech' (i.e. answer,
justification
) Fianaig. 84.20 . fuigli rūin againn duit a
secret communication
Marco P. 54 . fuicchle fíre BNnÉ
242.6 . in so fuigli ┐ fregartha na hEoganchlaindi ar
hUa A., MR 148.7 . iarrais d'ḟuighlibh banamhla `in a
80woman's voice
' A. Ó Dálaigh xlviii 5 . fuighle a beóil
ghlóirghlic, Hackett xxi 38 . Answering back, retorting,
arguing: ni dleaghar and de sin do mac f. ¤ fria mathair
YBL 140a39 ( ZCP xx 197 ). nārub bés ó aniu cu bráth /
gilla d'ḟuigeall re hóclach, Acall. 1442 (`give language'
85 SG ii 136 ).
Compd. an ḟionn ḟuighillcheart `justly-speaking' TD 39.14 .