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? 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.).

fuinneóg : x see fuindeóc.

5 ? fuinnidech : ind da mbia droch-anāl agan liaigh ... doni
sin urcoid fuinnidheach don easlan, 23 P 10³, 29b31 . Cf.
poindigech.

fuinnse : x see uinnius.

fuinnseóc n ā,f. (dim. from O.Ir. uinnius) an ash-tree: fuind-
10seog, gl. fraxinus Ir. Gl. 557 . in fuinnseog RC ix 233 .
plannduigh sé fuinnseóg , Isa. xliv 14 .

fuinnside adj io-iā : etham taulchach ... is f. ¤ cach la maigin
and `there are ashtrees in every second field' Laws iv 276.12
Comm.

15 1 fúir n f. (Lat. furia) a Fury: in f. ¤ [uir, úr v.l.] demnach
.i. Tesifone FDG 235 = MR 32.6 . in Fhuir demnach, TTebe.
182 . co tanic in fhiuir ... .i. Tesifone 3447 . na tri húire
... ifernaidi MR 166.20 .
Cf. fuire ?

20 2 fúir n f. figure, form (?) : an ghlanfuir .i. an glan-fioghuir,
Leb. Gab. i 106 n.6 (gl. on : Fergus fialglan-fōir). Cf.
fúir ` sign, token, semblance ' O'R. A glossator's invention ?

-fuirb v 3 s. subj. pres. Laws ii 332.12 , see for-ben and
for-tá.

25 ? fuirbisech, -bisext n (see bisech) following leap-year
(= Lat. post bissextum) ; a non-bissextile year: it bliadni
fuir bissext, gl. si ... duo vel tres remanent bissextus non
est Thes. ii 39.22 . bliadain tanaise fuir bisex AI 1026 .
indara bliadain fuir bisex 1054 . Pretonic FOR is regularly
30contracted in AI but in this expression the plene `fuir'
is constant, which seems to support the suggestion that
we have here an adj. compound. Cf. however 1 for II (g)
(where in the citt. from RC xviii we have contracted FOR)
and : in cet bliadhin ar bissex AI 1281 , similarly 1282 ;
35 1283 . b. tar éis 'bisidh, O'Gr. Cat. 288z . Or is fuir here
gen. of the subst. `for' (4 for : fuir bisigh of the bissextile
addition
) ?

? fuire : n geogain Cú C. Crond ┐ Cóemdele ┐ rofer f. ¤ n-imnaise
LU 5376 . Cf. f. ¤ (.i. brōn) grief, sorrow KZ xxxiii 83 ( H 3.3.,
40 p.32a , = fuiri BB 378b16 ). Krause proposes the reading
fúiri, acc. of fúire `furia' ZCP xxii 141 . Cf. 1 fúir.

? fuireba v 3 s. subj. pres. or fut. ? nech adfet scela de | don
fhlaith ara ḟ. ¤ | cuic lathi erraig iar caisc | cuic bliadna re
ndui[n]eba LB 242by ( MS. Mat. 633 which has : fuineaba,
45translated `when the Lord shall bring all this to pass' p. 427 ).
fut. prototonic of fo-fera ?

fuirec n o,n., later m. preparation, especially provision for
feeding or entertaining ; food, etc. offered in entertainment:
condip maith a f. ¤ i nnim, Wb 29c8 (on 1 Tim. vi 19 ;
50`provision' Thes., `Bewillkommnung' Ped.). nípu du thír
nā ferund dó a f. ¤ dorigni acht do thorad a da lám ... LU
4977 . diamad mé douéradh fuiriocc, robadh méth cech
manuc ZCP vii 268 § 4 . atchí an fuirecc mbidh bae occa
BNnÉ 301 § 7 . oc indisin dō ind fuiric fogebad, Hib.
55Min. 46.29 . fichi dabach do cach lind | cona [b]fuireac
ós a cind `with the accompaniment of viands' BR 250.6 = co
na furigh BB 281a2 . do luidh a mhathair do breith teneadh
i ttigh i mbaoi fuireg i nḟogus ... tiomghart an bhen ... digh
don chormaimm, Ériu xiii 24.16 (hence : f. ¤ .i. cuirm, O'Dav.
60 867 ). pl. tri fuiric thige degduni : cuirm, fothrucad, tene
mor, Triads 97 . fessa ┐ furic arna ndénam do LL 172a33 ( CRR
8 ). darónait fessa ┐ fuireca leosum LL 172aw ( CRR 9 ). se arna breith
cuigi ar fuirecc fleide a banquet AU iii 356.28 . tuccadh
fuireg fleidhe ... do Ch., ITS v 156.14 . Freq. in association
65with fled and apparently synonymous : fuireag .i. fleadh
no fésda, O'Cl. ac ol a fled ┐ a fuireoc RC xiii 62.16 . ro
chaitdis a bfleadha ┐ a bfuireca, Marco P. 12 . do chaithedar
flegha ┐ fureca na nDanar, Caithr. CC § 22 . do bhí a
bhfleadh ┐ a bhfuireagh ar a ordúghadh an oidhche sin
70 ML 56.2 (= a fledha ┐ a fuirega ML² 832 ). síorbhladhach
foireacc na ffear hospitality (of Leinster lords) Top. Poems
74.7 ( TP² 863 ). As technical term (of a due ?) : f. ¤ .i.
nomen bíd ferthar ria notlaicc ... .i. in banb samna, O'Dav.
978 . cf. tricha tinne tricha bó | furec ceneoil Fergusso LU
75 9584 ( ZCP iii 204 ). Transf. of a pers. or place a provider,
entertainer: Acher Foglass f. ¤ cet cathrach, Rawl. 115a42 =
Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40 § 12 .
Cf. fer fuiric, H 3.18, 207a ( O'C. 370 ) = fer fuiriridh,
Ériu xiii 16.11 .

80 fuirecach : x see s.v. fuirigech.

? fuirecarar : v ainm ineich fuirecarar ar inní fuirecarar
ann amal ata sruithi bean be da cret, H 3.18, 287 ( O'C.
579 ). Leg. fuirecar = fo-recar ; see fo-ric.

fuirech s, o, n., later m. IGT, Decl. § 55 . Verbs § 54 .
85(vn. of fo-rig). I In trans. sense restraining, delaying,
postponing (a thing), detaining (a person) : ga chan duit a
f. ¤ ? = what cause hast thou to put it off ? TBC 3068 = TBC²
2267 . nach cóir f. ¤ nā hesnadud na timna ṅdiada cen a
comallad PH 5700 . ni bia dom ḟ. ¤ sa ... maroen frit 8229 .
is lugha ro lamhsat f. ¤ (v.l. urtuasacht) a breithre to delay
5(obeying) his word CCath. 1788 . roḟobair [sic leg.] a marbad ;
rob í tra comairli a muintire a ḟ. ¤ = to keep them captive
ZCP iv 240.4 . de tascelad forsna Fomhorib ┐ dia f. ¤ go tíostais
fir Erenn RC xii 84 § 88 . lór dom fh. ¤ ó eachtra `enough
to stay me from travelling
' Ir. Review 1913, 624 . cu
10nach cora eineclunn ... ina ḟirfuiriuch for conuir inas ...
ina fuatuch uadh otha a tech, Laws ii 78.15 Comm. (of
illegal seizure of cattle `while remaining' transl., but cf.
ni cuimgech a fir uirech re re n-anta 'he cannot detain'...
i 296.28 Comm . and cin fuiriuch in an obscure text ii 72.8 .
15 na cuir f. ¤ ar in comairligh so `make no delay in carrying out
this counsel
' Fier. 189 . Cf. a díumus cen f. ¤ `thou unceasing
[? unrestrained] pride' PH 8240 .
II Intrans. delaying, tarrying, remaining ; delay: a
tocht dochum nimi fo chetóir ... no a f. ¤ in comfot
20cétna LU 3128 ( SG 237 ). ni bia f. ¤ fort ... do thairisem
hi Pardus (Eve to the serpent) SR 1275 = ni bia f. ¤ fort ann
LB 111a10 ; ni bia f. ¤ form (the s. to E.) YBL 157b32 .
PH 8229 . ná déanadh fuireach fada, Aithd.D. 8.23 .
fuireach laoi a day's delay 21.6 . nocha roibe f. ¤ aca gan
25comrug do denam acht ... only ... withheld them from
combat
Laws i 252.8 Comm. caitfe me fuireach i measg
druinge damanta ... go siorruidhe ZCP iv 410. 20 . iad d'ḟuir-
each i mbun ceirt `that they held firm to justice' Content.
vi 182 . ag f. ¤ san phecadh, Mac Aingil 32 . is fada in f. ¤ ina
30fuil in cabair help delays its coming long Fier. 218 (is truag a
fad ata an cobair v.l.). ni dernsad fos na f. ¤ co rangadur,
etc. ZCP vi 64.7 . F. ¤ FRI (RE) waiting for: gur fada les
beth ag f. ¤ riu vi 73.30 . do bhádar ann sin ... ag fuireach
risan námhaid, Keat. iii 3203 . go mbí Críost ag fuireach
35rinn go lúthgháireach joyfully awaiting us TSh. 10619 . atá
an cloidheamh ag fuireach ris, Job xv 22 . F. ¤ Ó keeping
away from, abstaining from: go ttuguis tarcuisni dó ag f. ¤
uadha, Mac Aingil 31 . ag f. ¤ ó aiffrionn 388 . CEN F. ¤ without
delay, forthwith: Arch. iii 309.2 . PH 1369 . 1695 . dogni ...
40cen f. ¤ cech maith is ail do = nulla mora agitur in omni quod
voluerit 5579 . a oided cen f. ¤ immediately 2757 . ro soichet
... fo chétóir cen nach furech LU 2116 ( FA 18 ). gan
fuireach, Ériu iv 180.2 . Aithd.D. 94.6 (ḟ.) gan f. ¤ MR 200.9 .
In : duthaig dait a rí ruirech | tuirech ic Hí is ic Ailiuch
45`ein Turmhaus in Iona' Sitzungsb. des k.pr. Akad. 1912,
439 ( LL 369 marg. inf.) we should perhaps read t'[ḟ]uirech
= that thou shouldst tarry.
Cf. nibi lec robuich cach f. ¤ forecnech, H 3.18, 233a24
= nibi lec robhuich can f. ¤ foreicni, O'C. 2470 ( Eg. 88, 38aa ).
50 ni hetarscara sealb sarugha ... na f. ¤ forēigni (sic leg.),
Laws iv 268.21 . Probably both citt. belong to I.