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fuilliucht n u,m. (sliucht) g p. fuilliuchtae Ml 96b18 . na
folliucht LB 73a36 . In Mid. Ir. the form (or spelling)
varies between folliucht- (-echt) and fuill- (foill-) -echt, -iucht.
80 foillshlechta PH 6735 , foillṡlicht BB 405b18 (= Dinds. 106 ,
cited below) are intended for etymological spellings.
(a) a trace, impress or mark (left by person or thing,
freq. replacing sliucht in variant texts) ; transl. Lat.
vestigium Ml 96b18 . foracaib folliucht a mer forsan ailig
85 LB 73a54 ( PH 6353 ). co facbath fuillecht ┐ eis a cos isin
cloich, Arch. iii 10.11 = vestigia saxo impressa Trip. 19.3 (cf.
foilleacht .i. lorg no ionadh cos duine, O'Cl.). fo bith na
folliucht (no na n-essi) batar inti LB 73a 36 ( PH 6335 ).
f. ¤ ind óenchárptig TBC 712 . fulliucht gach eich, Anecd. i
53 § 26 = fol[l]iucht crui gach eich RC ix 466 . f. ¤ fola dar
5Ath Cliath ZCP xi 109 § 8 . feidligit innti a follichta,
Trip. 90.16 (= foillechta 1003 ). dū itat foillichta in aingil,
Lism.L. 188 . fulliuchta na crécht scars LU 2571 ( RC
xxv 240 ). tarfaid Ísu ... folliuchta na cló PH 6777 .
? lēim cen follacht a leap that leaves no trace (i.e. futile)
10 TFerbe 593 .
Without defining gen. : fuarutar foilliuchta beca isin uir
LB 73a31 ( PH 6330 ).
Of immaterial things : co facaib a fuillecht isin etergna
`[knowledge] leaves its impression on the intellect' Laws i
1536.10 . nach mair ... folliuchta a nglóre PH 4268 . fuillicht
a pecc[th]a BB 499b34 .
Preceded bv prep. I, (FOR, IAR) on the track of, following:
atraacht Achíl assa ḟoluch ina fuilliuch can ḟis do Hectoir
(i.e. followed H.) LL 244b13 ( TTr. 2063 ) = ina fuilliuct
20 BB 436a 31 . luid B. i ndíaid Con Culainn for fuillicht
[ = for slicht LL 166b30 ] a carpait, Dinds. 106 . do léiccitt
... for a foilleacht `to track him' FM vi 1904.3 . luathrath
.i. rath ernar iar f. ¤ athar ┐ senathar [stock granted by descent ?
by custom, tradition
?] no hi f. ¤ set, H 3. 18, p.394a ( O'C.
25 878 ). i fuillecht na hiumana ... robrisi[d] in consequence
of
O'C. 2338 ( Eg. 88 f. 26a marg. inf.).
(b) section, subdivision: cis lir fuillechta for suidib ?
a secht, Críth G. 317 . fuillechtai flaithemnasa 491 (see
note).
30(c) record, version: iar fuilliuc[h]t aili, Auraic. 1361
( BB 326b37 ). See sliucht. Cf. fuilecht.

1 fuilliud : x see fuilled.

2 fuilliud x ALC 1346 : see 3 follach.

fuillmech adj o-ā (fuillem) that acquires gain or profit (?) :
35 feidm f. ¤ (tuillmech v.l.) profitable Anecd. i 38 . nad bi cain-
foltach, ni bi cain-f. ¤ `he who is not well qualified is not well
rewarded
' Laws v 112.7 (`who is not of good means is not
of good merit
' MacNeill, Law of Status 281 . This really
renders the appended gloss : in ti ag na bi tochus taitnemach
40ni bi eneclann taitnemach do). ma fiada forgill ni bi
f. ¤ feilisach, O'C. 2601 Eg. 88, 51ab (= O'Dav. 897 where
Stokes translates `wage-earner' ; Plummer suggests the
meaning may be that a witness should not be in the pay
of either of the parties). gach dithir ... gach fergach gach
45f. ¤ gach foilmir ib. ni bi fiadnaisi fuillmigh na tuillmigh,
O'C. 2602 ( Eg. 88 f. 51ab ).

fuillmed n o,m. analogical vn. formation from fuillem.
increment, profit: fuillmead guath additions of falsehood,
inventions
(?) Ériu ix 46 (v.l. to : fuilled gua LL 147b16 ).
50 is dīles don tuaith a tecmail leo do fuillmiud (.i. marbdile)
┐ indile (.i. beodile), Ériu i 218 § 4 .

fuillned (vn. of fo-lína) : see fuilled.

? *fuillnedche n iā,f. (cf. fuillned) voracity, gluttony: n s.
ind uillnedche (gl. ingluvies) Ml 98b10 . d s. ar ind uilnedchi
55 ib. 11 .

fuilngech, -thech adj o-ā (cf. fulang and fo-loing) fuilngeach
fulngach fuilingeach fulangach IGT, Decl. § 22 (p. 76.4) ;
the analogical form -thech [not in IGT] appears in early
mod. texts. Cf. fuilngidh.
60 I n o,m. supporter: fuilngeach .i. sleaghach no sgiathach,
O'Cl. airrigh ┐ uaisle, flait[h]e ┐ fuilngidh ` esquires ' CCath.
4458 (perhaps = fuilngidhe, see fuilngid).
II adj o-ā (a) capable of endurance, hardy: coíca fer fuilngech,
Met. Dinds. ii 4 . Cf. fúailngech. (b) enduring, long-
65suffering, patient (late use) : smuain ar anbhreathaibh
ḟian Gall ... rún fuilngeach ní déanta dhe (i.e. it is not a
matter for silent endurance ?), Misc. Celt. Soc. 366.11 .
dream roḟuilngtheach ar ṡaothraibh (= in laboribus patientis-
simi) Keat. i p. 64 . fri fogail do denomh ... ar feraibh
70fuilnghtheacha Fodla, Leb. Gab. i 158 n.4 .
(c) passive: caili gnimacha ... caili fuilngtheacha 23
P 10³, 34b22 . See fulangach.

fuilngid n i,m. (cf. prec.) fuilngidh, fuilingidh, fulngaidh,
fulangaidh IGT, Decl. § 52 . one who supports ; a defender,
75 champion: fulngaidhe .i. lucht fulaing no congbhala,
O'Cl. co tisat ar treóin ... ┐ ar fulṅgidi catha LL 175b26
( CRR 30 ). fa ḟuilngidh chláir Choirrṡléibhe TD 17.68 . a
coṅgbála, a fuilngeda, Ériu iv 148.26 . os ḟuilngidhibh
Chlann gCuilén IGT, Decl. ex. 1326 . An endurer, sufferer:
80 fuilngidh imshníomha Éireann, Bk. of O'Hara vi 34 .
fuilngidh anforráin victim of oppression DDána 122.4 .
Cf. an fuilngidh `the patient lord' (of James II ; the ordinary
sense, as above, may also be intended here), Ó Bruadair
iii 80 .

85 fuilngid vb. see fo-loing.

fuilngthe n analogous g s. of fulang, q.v. the act of enduring
or bearing: fer ... fuilngthe ingreama, Buile S. 2 § 2 .