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? fuismid n creature (?) : gach fuismidh gach míl | dochuisin
fó gréin each confessor each warrior (?) Ériu iv 236 § 11 = Laud
615, p.91 (v.l. faoismech , Arch. iii 6.29 ).

fuismiud n m. tuistid talman ... bladmar fri f. ¤ ferdrong (of
5the Creator) SR 7138 . co sin ... ni dernad iffernd acht
robui a damna i fusmiud isin mais chruinn, Ériu ii 108 § 22 ;
`its material was stowed away' Stokes, comparing fusti,
gl. reconditam Ml 50a11 . A vn. from root sem- (perhaps
an analogical formation) meaning creation, generation in
10former ex. and in latter germination (i.e. in potentia not
in actu) ?
Cf. do-fuisim and tuismed.

1 fuit subst. cold ; a poetic word, used also as an exclamation
= it is cold ! or merely to express dismay . fuitt fuacht,
15 Corm. Y 249 s.v. culpait (= fuit LB). brat ... breo .i. tene
ar f. ¤ é a fire against cold 164 . ti .i. brat .i. breo ar fuid 1199
[ = fuit LB] = ba ar f. ¤ .i. ar fuacht, O'Dav. 289 . fuid fuacht,
Met. Gl. Ff 74 ; Eg. 27 (f. ¤ gach fursannudh Met. Gl. Ff 68 may
be a corruption of this). fúit co bráth | rodáil in donend ar
20cách LL 208a41 (= RC xi 131 = fuitt co brath | is mo in
donenn, Rawl. 106b46 ). cunna hapair nech acht fúit (: cuilt) ib.
LL 208a41 z . fuit fuid ! fuar inocht RC xi 130.21 . immad n-aigrid ...
isse fāth fa n-aprann `fuid' 131.56 . as f. ¤ f. ¤ damh o nach
mair | mo chollan i n-eidhnechaibh, Buile Ṡ. 40.1 . Cf.
25 f. ¤ Dia do bethu LU 4930 ( TBC² 445 ).

2 fuit ? ind (a) in Mes roīda fri fēth fuit | issé ro mēth an
mōrmuic IT i 109.10 = ZCP iii 37.10 .

3 fuit n (legal term) : cuimne cin fothla, aisnéis cin forrán,
f. ¤ cin tséna (things required of a ráith-security) H 3. 17,
30c. 442 ( Bürgsch. p. 40 - 41 ) = fait, O'C. 2451 ( Eg. 88, f.37a ).
In ZCP xviii 400 Thurneysen takes this to be = faoth, a
misspelling of oíth (áoth) ` oath '.

? 4 fuit (fuít) ? ind see below) : comaine o cach dibh da ceile
.i. an foid ingaire, Laws iii 16.20 ( SM Facs. 47a marg.
35sin. ) = in fait in gaire `in Länge oder in Kürze' Cóic Conara,
H § 106 . fuit ingairi .i. mas ar chomain tuc ... a seotu ma ra
achtaighedh commain airiti do is a bith do, Rawl. B 506,
f. 53 ( O'D. 2417 ). atait tri hingairi ... la Feini .i. lamingairi
┐ belingairi ┐ faidingairi ... faid ingairi disce fuillme do
40boing bunad fiach, O'C. 1865 ( 23 P 3, 20b ). ceartaithgin
a set d ic ris amail ata isin faidingaire O'C. 1866 (= Cóic Conara
H 107 ). arísidi in faidingaire ┐ nocha nfuil ní dó acht
ceartaithgin a set cena ib. fuitingaire disce fuillema .i. an
inguire fuides nech cen trebuire .i. an ingaire fuides uadha
45ar comain ┐ nir achtaig comain airithe na comain do reir
dligid , H 3.17, 556 ( O'D. 774 ).
This last ex. suggests that fuit (fait, etc.) in this phrase
is not, as Thurneysen thought ( Cóic Conara p.75 ), gs. of
fot `length', but vn. of foídid `sends' (see foít), and here
50an adj. pref. See ingaire.

fuither ? ind caín feid a rosc ... caín fuálaing f. ¤ [fuider, Eg.]
glaini sair LU 8343 ( FB 24 ; `glass' Henderson ITS ii ,
comparing W. gwydr < Lat. vitrum, an etymology questioned
by Pedersen i 233 (3) . Cf. foithir.

55 fuithir : x see foithir and fuidir.

fuithirbe n iā,f. a piece of land, cleared scrub-land (?) ; ap-
parently of limited extent and perhaps enclosed, used of
area but also to estimate distance ; ` ridge, furrow (?)'
Laws Gloss. foithirbe .i. imaire no gort no achadh, H 3.
6018, p.62a ( O'C. 80 ). crui .i. fothirbi tire ib. H 3.
6018 p.386 ( O'C. 851 ).
i futhairbe (.i. i crich no i ferand) IT ii2 226 . teóra fuithairbi
on tig ... issin chetna fuitherbe ... ind ḟuithairbe tanaise
LU 8251 ff . ( FB 20 ). díchuirid na diberga o brudin sechtair
dar teóra fuithairbi LU 7901 ( BDD 149 ). bit lir ... fér
65for faichthi ... for lethchind ... iarna scaíliud do fóna
fuithairbi LU 7236 ( BDD 89 ; v.l. fuithribi Y, fuithrib D).
fothirbi Snitheni ata i ndorus Dermaige `S.'s field' Trip.
82.2 (889) . go nach roibhi aird na fan no fothoirbi ... nár
bo coimreill ... do chach RC xxi 400 . sruth ... eter gach
70da futhirphi xi 130.2 . rolin na futhorbe imbe do caindiubur
ZCP xii 402.1 . trí fothirbi Hérenn, Triads 56 .
In Laws Comm. used in expression : foltach f. ¤ a man
who is qualified by land but not by stock: in foltach fuithribe
.i. is i folaid bis aice in tir bis fae, Laws iii 142.14 . foltach
75fuithruime 150.2 f. ¤ fuithribi, v 80.10 . cāin fuithribe (name
of a law-text) iii 60.4 Comm ., called : leabhar na fuithrime,
H 3. 18, p.151 ( O'C. 278 ). The form : fuithribe suggests
derivation from fo and treb `dwelling'.
As n.l.? cf. secht n-escoip fothairbe more LL 374a56 =
80 fothorbi LB 24 . See Onom.

fulach n (folach ; cf. fulang) o,n. (vn. of fo-loing ; perh.
originally the same word as folach, q.v.) Also treated as
s-stem : n s. folog Wb 17b23 (a prima manu). fulach Ml
22d9 . a d s. folag, BCrólige 11 (other spellings in this text are
85 folach, folog, folug, folac, foluc). folaidh, Laws iii 356.11 , 14 ;
for foluch iv 302.11 ; ar folad, Laws iv 362.3 . n p. folaig,
Laws v 312.1 . ? d p. fuilgib SR 4891 . Later generally
replaced by fulang, q.v.
(a) bearing, supporting, enduring, in physical and moral
sense : f. ¤ inna fothodo (leg. fochodo) Ml 22d9 . f. ¤ a fercae
5 32d4 . ar formtheacht ┐ folad (use of the leg), H 3.18, 17a
( Laws iv 362.3 ). trom an t-oire ré fholach, Dán Dé vii 30 .
(b) concrete, a support, prop: uindius ? folach ┐ [om.?]
rigliasda ash ? Support of a royal thigh (of the virtues of
certain trees), Laws iv 150.3 . fāl ḟossud f. ¤ fírnoeb SR
10 986 .
(c) in Laws support, maintenance: folach cetmuintire
Laws i 230.24 . Esp. of sick-maintenance (with or without gen.
othrusa) : annsom i n-ot[h]rus folach fir frisnā fuachur,
BCrólige 15 . cethrar a lāndām for feacht feli ┐ for folach
15n-othrusa BB 338b10 ( Laws v 30 Comm. ). a diis for foluch ,
Críth G. 118 . ataid secht folaig ata andsom folongar i
tuaith : folach rig, folach briugaig, folach goband, etc.
(cases of sick-maintenance especially heavy, because the
functions of the sick persons must be supplied during their
20disablement) Laws v 312.2 . triar ... folongaiter folug
mboairec[h] `who are maintained according to the [standard
of maintenance] of a
boaire' BCrólige 51 .