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fuil n i,f. a s. fuil Wb 2b11 . d s. fuil Tur 128 . g s. folo, Thes.
i 498.37 ( Arm. 189b2 ). fola Ml 37c6 . a p. fuili Wb 31b21 .
g p. fuile 2b1 . Ml 22b1 . fule 37c4 . Later exx. g s. fola;
45 folae, Mon. Tall. § 60 ; folo YBL 12a49 ; fala IGT, Decl.
181 . dondḟala LU 6475 . dergfala TBC 4141 (: cara).
Forms with broad vowel are found later in pl.: a p. fola
LB 141a46 , d p. folaib LL 267b19 ; n a p. fuile fola fala
IGT, Decl. § 181 . fuil (f., g s. fuile, fola, fala) §42 , § 181 ;
50 med na bfol, méd na bfal dtēacht § 181 . g s. fuili, ex.
1216 ; fala 168 , 1215 .
(a) blood: f. ¤ ... a flumine [leg. fulmine] .i. on tsaignen,
ar it cosmaili im dath ┐ im deirgi datha, Corm.Y 644 . f. ¤
a fuluo .i. flann derg (flannderg ? See flann, b), O'Mulc.
55 591 . f. ¤ dar colaind LL 7a29 . Fig. ní himmēr mo lāim ...
form ḟ. ¤ nach form ḟeoil fodēin SR 1541 (cf. c below). ar
dáilfe f. ¤ = blood shall be shed LU 5192 . tochta fola ┐ féola
trina cnedaib TBC 3616 . trén atāt for tí m'ḟola LU 1268
(= Im. Brain ii 288 ). emeltus na fola místa PH 5719 . rith
60folo, gl. dysenteria ( Acts xxviii 8 ) Thes. i 498. 37 . riuth
fola AU 763.777 . co tarlaic a bolgdéra mora fola for a
dib traigthib shed great tears of blood LL 119b4 (of a horse).
cíís déra ... forruada fola 171a20 ( CRR 3 ). ro chí ... co
ndēraib falae, BColm. 84.18 . roptis fola ┐ cro mo dēr of
65blood and gore
AU 687 ( Bruchst. i § 98 ). catha ... dia
mbó lán linn fola ZCP x 344 § 16 . (banscál) derg fola red
with blood
ib. § 17 . (Fig.) frecrad fuli cech anmae, Ériu
iii 96 § 3 , quoted by O'Dav. 1003 with gloss: f. ¤ .i. pecad.
In pl. of blood of more than one individual: béssti olca
70doesmet fuili Wb 31b21 . imeasorgain oc a teilgtar fuili,
Laws v 476.25 . dāildis fuile, Rawl. 85b25 ( RC xxxvi 262 )
= fuli LL 45b16 . doruachtatar fuile fodbrondai na míled,
Alex. 145 . da folaib con ┐ catt LL 267b19 ( MU² 731 ).
a fulib drecon is loscend, Cog. 158.19 . atá a haghaidh ...
75d'ḟalaibh féinneadh dá folcadh her surface is washed by the
blood of warriors
TD 4.5 .
Hence (b) an effusion of blood, a wound (generally in pl.):
atait secht fuile ... feartar nācon tuillet fiachu, Laws v
142.1 . fer na fola (i.e. the wounded man) i 130.26 . nach
80f. ¤ ales fiacha `any wound which entails fines' BCrólige
19 . f. ¤ ot[h]rusa `bloodshed involving sick maintenance' 41 .
bit imserga ┐ círgala ┐ fuili fordérgga i cach slúag LU 4542 .
it tromda ... na fuli formsa 6309 . a ālta ┐ a ḟuli TBC
4279 = iolgona, St. ilar fule firfitir ar Coin Culaind LU
85 10384 . beti fir i fuilib de TBC 1473 . it aidbli ... iar fuilib, Fél.
Prol. 82 . adsluindiu a fuili I appeal by their wounds Ep. 321 .
badar laich ann a fuilib, Acall. 4740 .
(c) blood = consanguinity, stock, race (freq. in later lit.) :
gáel na fola blood-relationship PH 7394 . norannadh fair
budhesin ┐ forsin f. ¤ dia ōl he would deal it to himself and
5to the blood (royal
) Marco P. 50 . a ríolaoigh fuile an Aird-
ríogh of the Lord's kin A. Ó Dálaigh xxxv 3 . an Ádhamh-
fhuil Adam's race xv 2 . do chiontaibh ḟuile [fola v. l.]
Eachoidh TD 9.21 . d'ḟolaibh uaisle na hÉireann 28.27 .
re foluibh ísli fhuinn Luighdheach lowborn families Studies
10 1919, 73 . go ffuiccheadh gach aon ... aisecc a ḟola ┐ a
onóra `restoration of their blood and honours' (i.e. restitution
of their rights of descent) FM vi 2182 (or could this
belong to folud in sense `estate' ?).
Compds. ¤ feóil flesh and blood (dvanda-compd.) : daene
15d'ḟuilḟeóil Adaim LL 10b48 (= ZCP xiii 361 ) ¤ glas stream
of blood: fir fuilglassa de fuilib méderath LU 5461 . Fuil-
iarnn n.l. TBC² 2183 . ¤ iath ` bloody plain ' (v.l. fuilliath,
foliath) Met. Dinds. ii 34 (perhaps source of O'Clery's :
fuiliat .i. fuileach).

20 ? fuilchar adj o-ā `fond of blood', bloodthirsty: (compar.)
ni airgem and fá[e]l bad fuilchuiriu TBC 849 (= feolcairi,
St, feólchairiu LU 4840 ).

? fuilchrech : adj .l. claideb f. ¤ LL 51a5 (7278 ; om. in corresp.
passage BB 129b5 ).

25 fuilech adj o-ā (fuil) (a) bloody, blood-stained: buiden f. ¤
ḟordergg imme, sessium féin crechtach f. ¤ eturra TBC 5414
= b. forderg co fuilib ... osse fuileach crechtach cadesin
TBC² 3334 .
(b) blood-shedding, sanguinary (usual sense) ; freq. of
30persons, when the implied meaning is freq. valiant in battle
(cf. cróda) ; often a complimentary epithet (perh. in some
cases = of noble stock ?) : Goll in f. ¤ fóeburderg, Fianaig.
60.22 . fiana ferrdha fuilecha, CCath. 5363 . nip f. ¤ nip
cuilech a lám ZCP xi 84 § 36 . don druing ḟuiligh iolḟaobh-
35ruigh, Aithd. D. 3. 17 . an dream bhíos fuileach (nó doghní
dortadh fola) = uiri sanguinum ( Ps. liv 24 ) TSh. 5318 .
fuileach (synonym of borb), Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 99 ). Of combats,
etc.: comrac f. ¤ ZCP vi 29. 34 . cath fulech, Cog. 110. 11 .
ba f. ¤ forderg do Throiannaib in coméirge LL 226a9 ( TTr.
40 647 ). ni f. ¤ duin an gaisciodh sa (= we have not yet drawn
blood) ZCP x 287.10 . rolaiset frais fuiligh ... do ṡleghaibh,
CCath. 1278 . rogabsat flathius f. ¤ a bloody sovereignty Todd
Nenn. 226 (= LL 133b28 ).
(c) of sanguine constitution or temperament (rare) :
45 fiadhaighe fuileach forbfaoileach FM v 1726.7 . ? nech
genes i nAine ... bid f. ¤ , bid somainech do molad a daenib,
H 3. 17, c. 850z ( ZCP x 226 ).
(d) In follg. perh. = of noble stock (see fuil (c) : inmain
óclach f. ¤ fíal, Acall. 1115 . na mac mór fialgharg f. ¤ 1996 .
50As npr. m., Dinds. 25 ; but Fulach (ib.) and BB 364b39 ;
45 and Met. Dinds. iii 88 ; 90 seems the original form of
this name.

fuilechad x = fuiligud, q.v.

fuilechair : for f. ¤ fer `upon the bloody crimes of men'
55 Laws i 10.19 . A compd. of fuil and cair `sin, fault' ? Or
an adj. = bloodthirsty ?

fuilechda adj io-iā bloody, sanguinary, bloodthirsty: fianna f. ¤ ,
Ériu iv 162 § 25 . dorigne ilgnimu f. ¤ BB 488b36 . co fergach
... fuilechdha, Aen. 914 . cf. co saigtibh fuilechtaib co nem
60natrach BB 413b24 (possibly for fuillechtaib smeared).

? fuilecht : n f. ¤ cosmail ca uair nach fastann f. ¤ c. enraet ar
anntest ..., H 3.18, 296.19 ( O'C. 606 , where, in left marg.
f.c. is rendered `a likely track'). See fuilliucht.

? fuiled : ind some of the following may represent a late dental
65decl. of the pl. of fuil `blood' (cf. the adj. formation
`fuiltech') ; some are evidently corrupt : na secht nime
noebnara | fillfitir fodlaib f. ¤ SR 8262 (g p. ?) Possibly =
fuile, metri gr. see fuil. ni theilgset dáil na dliged | im
ined Fáil co f. ¤ (v.l. fuined BB, etc.) LL 10b17 (1215) .
70 betit mnaa can a muntera | betit fir i fuledaib LL
48a10 seems = i fuilib, cf. fuil (b). ? ge ríus a less mo gorud
| cen co mbé bess na ḟuiliud (? chuiriud) LL 163 marg. sup.
fír gen fuileadh BB 62b1 = fuille LL 343a10 = ḟuillem,
Tec. Corm. § 1.10 (perhaps true reading).

75 fuilged n m. a word of doubtful meaning. f. ¤ tened in cech
thir `hurling down of fire' Ériu ii 138 § 130 . Stokes, ib.
156 conjectures a vn. from fo-leg-. In follg. ex. of digging
(? levelling) soil : oenbacc ┐ oen[ṡ]luasat iairn eturru a
ndís. in tráth nobid Femen ic f. ¤ nobid Fera ic baccad
80 LL 168b31 = Dinds. 44 (where three implements, `tuag,'
`bacc' and `ráma' are mentioned ; Stokes translates :
` shovelling '). BB 373b11 . f. is not in the metrical version,
Met. Dinds. iii 198 : it seems replaced by ráma oc rorúamar.
fri faebru f. ¤ (fuilgead v.l.) IT iii 63 § 125 . cf. foillged.

85 fuiliat x .i. fuileach, O'Cl. Leg. fuiliath ? see fuil (compds.).

fuilid : x see fuilide.