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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.

fuirechair, furachair adj i watchful, wary, alert ; keen (in
observation or judgment) : furachair vigil Ir. Gl. 984 .
synon. of aireach, críonda, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 19 ). aicsed féig
55furachair LB 219a16 ( Aisl. MC 97 ). batar feigi fuireachra
a[c] forcoimet, Aen. 2063 . anraidh ōcca fureacra, CCath.
5368 . a bhadhbh ḟuireachair (to a warrior), E. Ó Heodhusa,
DDána 92.38 . rí críonna fuireachair, TSh. 6778 . fear
fírghlic fuireachair ré heidirghleodh ceasd ┐ caingean,
60 Todd Lect. iv 68.6 . do ghabhsad go feithmheach furachair
aga agallaim ML 76. 20 . fégad ... co furechair cách he fén
LB 52a 42 ( PH 5339 ). gabait co feit[h]mech fuireac[h]ur
... ica sirdecsain, CCath. 5006 . ro teichettar go furachair
fíorathlamh BNnÉ 238 n. 8 (v.l. to : gan fhuirech ). co
65faiteach furechair, Buile Ṡ. 142.19 .
Often with verbs of fighting (infl. by feochair ?) : ro
frithailseom Mani co fichtha furachair, TFerbe 417 . ba
fortren ... fureachair ro ferad in combaig, Aen. 991 . ro
fregair co feithmheach f. ¤ iat, Ériu iii 166.15 . Cf. buailis ...
70í ┐ ni fuair fregra f. ¤ uaithi `she (viz. the cow) did not give
heed to him
' (he did not get an attentive response ?) Celt.
Rev. iv 108.8 = YBL 340.26 .
Cf. further : do ghabh ag gréasacht mhaca F. go fíor-
dhíochra ┐ go f. ¤ `with ... fervour' ML 82.13 (1151) . go
75bhfeirg mhoir bhfuireachair keen, intense (?) Misc. Celt.
Soc. 178.7 .
Compar. ní as ḟuiriochra `more wakefull ' RSCl. 75b .
As subst. : ? cach folaid a furechair , Lec. 186rb41 ( Arch.
iii 227 . R. Smith, ZCP xvii 53 would emend to firathcur,
80taking this line as originally a gloss, but that is very doubt-
ful) cia dogné a furechair cluithe (obscure in context),
O'C. 2386 ( Eg. 88, 30aa ). tri faobra, tri fuirecra (fuireachair
v.l.) TBC 5540 St.

fuirechras, furachras n o,m. abstr. from fuirechair. furachus
85in Bedell (perp. ?) (a) watchfulness, vigilance ; cautiousness
cen aigsin cen furachrus SR 5960 . ni ḟuil furechrus ac
aen dib, uair ni hegail leo ni, Aen. 2081 . dena faitces ┐
fuirecrus TBC 1496 St. gan ḟaitches gan ḟuireachrus,
Hugh Roe 132.22 (f.36a) .
(b) keeping watch or vigil: airne .i. fuireachras oidhche,
5O'Cl. gidhbe duine bios re furachras na hoidhchi coid-
eolaidh se sa lā (= qui vigilat noctem ...) O'Gr. Cat. 280.17 .
Esp. as an ascetic or religious practice : o tredenus ┐ o
urnaigthi ┐ o furechrus RC xii 326 . cen aitrigi cen fuirecras,
Lorg. an tS.N. 1466 . ag fuireachras, ag guidhe ┐ ag trosgadh
10(= vigilando) Keat. i p.58 . do mhedughadh a fuirechruis
┐ a duthrachta BCC § 231 (corresp. to ad orandum intentius
suscitetur Adamnan i c.5 ). denaidh furachus keep watch
Isa. xxi 5 .
(c) looking out for, expecting (Bedell) : furachus an
15drochdhuine the expectation of the wicked Prov. x 28 ;
hence furachus, dóchus, feitheamh, Kirk ( Eg. Gl. 325 ).