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85 ? fuinechta adj o-ā (part. of fo-nig ?) : fúamain find f. ¤ LU
8638 ( FB 47 ). banntracht fuinechto IT i 145.5 These
passages may be corrupt, cf. fuinechdae.

1 fuined, -iud n o,m. (vn. of fuinid) (a) setting, sinking (of
sun) ; sunset: fuineadh, dul faoi, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 319 ). turcbál
┐ funed Ml 119d9 . oca turcbáil ┐ lia f. ¤ (of constellations),
5 Thes. ii 12.31 ( Bcr 18c2 ). funid (gl. occasus, apparently
taken as g s.) Thes. ii 44.5 . a n-aslui grién foa f. ¤ Bcr 33b18 . ro saig turcbail ┐ f. ¤ ngrene, Mon. Tall.
§ 85 . greni fri turcbail ... fri fuiniud SR 4436 . o nonai ...
co fescor neso sa neso ticdis ... co téigtís iar funiud gréne
issin n-insi RC ix 474.7 . co funed ngréne ib. 18 ( LU 1692 ).
10 fuiniud im medon laa ni hord LL 374c31 ( Éigse ii 185 ).
á dorblas na matne ... go tráth funid nóna TBC 3614 , 3709 .
re fuiniud nell na nóna 2438 = re funiud LU 6280 . hi
fuinedh néll nona, Hugh Roe 242.6 (64a) . iar fuinedh lai,
Lorg. an tS.N. 3597 . ó éirghe na gréine go a fuineadh,
15 Ps. l 1 . ? dligid fial fes ar fuiniud at evening (?) ZCP iv 468
§ 3 . Cf. nír bho fuinedh dhoibh, Ériu xiii 51.24 (seems to be
a gloss on nis fuinchesa ib. 11 ).
(b) often synon. with the west: aís fil oc turcbail grene
... ais ind fuinid (gl. qui primi ... solem uident ... qui ultimi)
20 Ml 94b18 - 19 . Esp. in phrase : otha turcbail co f. ¤ SR
8264 . o turcbáil co fuinud LU 2458 ( RC iv 254 ). fir
domuin án t. co funiud LL 267b41 ( MU² 759 ). o turgbail
co fuineth, O'Mulc. 411 . for ainglib ind fuinid LU 1958
( FA 2 ; `angels of the West' Boswell). fir ind iarthair
25┐ ind ḟunid PH 5385 . fírḟlaith fer funid LL 296a4 . MR 48 .
sluagh finn fuinidh (fuinigh v.l.), Anecd. i 35 . re fód
bhFuinidh land of the west (i.e. Ireland) TD 1.23 ; similarly :
tar Fiadh Fuinidh 10.2 . d'Inis Fuinidh ib. 11 . fonn
Fuinidh, Hackett xliii 21 . iath fuinid, Acall. 2541 .
30See fuin and 2 fuine. See also last cit. s.v. fuinedach.

2 fuined n o, u,m. (later form of fuine vn. of fo-noí) (a) cooking:
āss ab asso .i. o funiud ar is ann asait clanna in terra in tan
nodaguire sol [strange play on assus and Ir. ásaid], O'Mulc.
65 . (b) kneading: ann do loistibh fuinidh, Exod. viii 3 .
35 dá loistibh fuinte xii 34 . See 1 fuine.

fuinedach adj o-ā (1 fuined) occidental, western: flaithi fuined-
aich (of Dál Fíatach kings of Ireland), Rawl. 156b38 . na
Saxain funedcha west Saxons Anecd. iii 68.6 . don fhreimh
fuinedhaigh airdriogh BNnÉ 281.16 . slat don ḟoir ḟuineadh-
40aigh, Gofraidh Fionn, DDána 91.18 . As subst. m. a
westerner: hI Muireadaig ... fuineadaig laemda an Lagain
(i.e. the inhabitants furthest west) Hy Fiachr. 222.10 .
rioghaid fuineadhaigh fear Cua the westerners enthrone the
hero of C.
DDána 91.20 . o oirrther an domhain co crichaib
45na ḟ. ¤ CF 345 . do slúagaibh na fuinedhach, Acall. 7458 .
i ttír na bf. ¤ ḟfírfial (i.e. Ireland) BNnÉ 276x . Críoch na
bhfuineadhach o bheith i bhfuineadh no i gcrích na dtrí
rann don domhan (a name of Ireland), Keat. i p.98 .

fuineta adj io-iā (1 fuined) occidental, western: connici in
50n-acían muridi f. ¤ insi Bretan LU 30 = funita, Rawl. 71a17 .
airir inn occiain f. ¤ , CCath. 5373 . Daniel ... episcopus
Saxan funetta, Anecd. iii 64.13 . na Saxain funeta 68.8 .
Cf. fuinide.

1 fuinid v ī sets, sinks (of sun) : ... tíar ... innsinn āit hi
55funend grían LU 3691 ( SC 33 ). a Tír ... aníar mara
fuinend grian, Acall. 5954 . otá in fail i turcaibh grian
cosin inadh i fuinenn, CCath. 291 . na funfed ┐ na taurcebath
grian fairsium i Temair he should not be in T. at sunset or
sunrise
Ériu vi 135.61 . Fig. ends, passes away: (dep.)
60 i funethar (v.l. funither, fuinighter) gó RC xxvi 18 § 28
(glossed .i. i fescrigend LL). cf. fuinim .i. criochnaighim
no sguirim, O'Cl. ? fuinsid anúad o dubnóin duind | dar
tuind sruthra sále sing LL 298a8 ( SG 366.9 ). ? forruinedh
grian, Ériu xiii 34.31 - 2 .

65 2 fuinid v cooks (see fo-noí) ; kneads: d'fuin sí é `kneaded it'
2 Sam. xiii 8 .
See fuine and 2 fuined.

fuinide adj io-iā (fuin, fuined) f. ¤ mane vigilans (gl. matutinus)
Sg 36a1 (cf. matutinum the sixth division of night, Isidore,
70 Etym. v 31 ). Cf. fuineta.

fuinmilsed : x see fo-inmlig.

fuinnem n u,m. (vn. of fo-snī-, Ped. ii 634 ) lúathidir rethir
fuinnema LU 9106 ( FB 86 ) ; `a twisting wheel ' O'Curry
M. & C. iii 78 ; a winnowing sieve Zimmer ZCP i 96 suggesting
75a derivation < AS windvjan `to winnow.' Perhaps same
word as f. ¤ o,m. momentum, vigour, force: ros-uc leis tre
uinnem uile `by uttermost effort' Met. Dinds. iv 112 .
foirbhthe i bhfuinneamh na gaoise, Hackett xxxix 155 .
do chuaidh as t'fhíoch a fhuinneamh, PBocht 21.14 . na
80ḟíoch dá bhfásadh fuinneamh should His wrath gain vigour
DDána 11.14 . creach foindim a vigorous (?) raid Magauran
xix 34 . roinn leabhra go lán bfuinnigh `smooth quatrains
full of vigour
' Ériu ix 164 § 18 seems analogous g s. forma-
tion. d'urnaighthibh bíodh duthchus is fuinniomh ad
85chroidhe impulse, energy Parl. na mban 795 .

? fuinnemda adj io-iā (fuinnem) having momentum or impetus,
forceful: luathidir ruathur funemda LL 107a35 ( Ériu iv 30 ,
Stokes ib. s.v. ruathur would emend: rethir fuinnema,
cf. prec.).