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fulang n o,n., m. (vn. of fo-loing, earlier fulach, q.v.) n s.
fulang Wb 25d9 . d s. fulung 17d28 , 26b7 . Classed as a neut.
Auraic. 1808 . fulang (o,m.) IGT, Decl. § 17 ; vn. Verbs
80§ 52 . cf. ruibeachtain ... bérla in ḟuluing hí § 49 . pl. fulaing,
fuilnge.
(a) bearing, supporting, enduring (use in Wb) : f. ¤ inna
fochide Wb 14b18 . f. ¤ tarta, Ériu iv 224 § 46 . fer fulaing
fochaidhi ... amail Iop, BColm. 104.25 . fear éagára d'ḟ. ¤
85 TD 13.7 . gan ḟ. ¤ comhnaighthe = quietis impatiens TSh.
1676 . Holding out against: ní boí fer fulaing Munremair
insin tslóg (= a match for M.) LU 5893 . Hence capacity
to endure or withstand; power of endurance: aca do
fáccaibh ... f. ¤ coccadh is cruas cath, BNnÉ 254.4 . feidhm
ós cionn a bhfuluing beyond their strength Content. xviii
571. f . a ffaobhairsleagh the temper of their sharp spears
FM v 1628.5 .
(b) bearing, upholding, supporting (in physical and moral
sense): fulang caindel d'airi marb, Met. Dinds. iv 152 .
atat teora columna ic f. ¤ na heclaisi PH 6355 . ro bai a
10n-obair ┐ a feidm ic a f. ¤ they were sustained by the ardour
of their toil
CCath. 5912 . With prep. : tu ag folang [leg.
fulang] foin supporting us beneath Arch. iii 235 § 28 . Fig.
of person : is f. ¤ súain sochaide (i.e. he guards the slumbers
of many) LU 3648 ( SC 31 ). g s. as attrib. : fo cosoip fulaing
15na n-iudus `under the supports of the turrets' CCath. 3537 .
fāl ... fulaing MR 316.2 . droichet ... .xxx. uaithne fulaing
fai, Marco P. 97 . uaitnedha ┐ ... gabla fulaing fan mbethaidh
sbioradalta, O'Hussey T.C. 13 . 1 Kings vii 34 .
(c) supporting, maintaining (with food, etc.) : a f. ¤ o fhine
20 he is to be supported Laws iii 480.11 Comm. (gl. folach o
ḟine, see fulach). batir maithe do ḟ. ¤ na fiann, Bodl. Corm.
s.v. orc ; Thr. Ir. Gl. p.34 (= do imfulung, Corm. Y 1018 ).
na hindmasa ... doratait dúin diar ḟ. ¤ ┐ diar lessugud PH
6121 . ba héigen dóib faichill fuilaing (fuluing v.l.) fer
25nÉrend ┐ a mbiad, Ériu iv 124.7 . Transf. of food, provision:
do rala ... teirci arbha ┐ fhuluing don scoil = the school
came to be short of corn and sustenance
Lism. L. 4161 . as é
sin m'f. ¤ oidhche | cnúasach mo dā chrobh `my sustenance
at night
' Buile S. 116.9 .
30(d) suffering, tolerating, allowing: gan a ḟ. ¤ dot chomarsain
... drúis do dénum PH 7449 . f. ¤ gada do bhráthair to suffer a
friar to steal
TD 38.11 . ná tí díot ... m' fh. ¤ gan iris mayst
Thou not suffer me to be without faith
Dán Dé i 6 . níor fh. ¤ le
Dia ... do chorp ... d'fhosdúdh God suffered not thy body
35to be held
xv 29 . cen mnaí do fulang a n-eicen, Lorg. an
tS.N. 2323 . gurbh fuiling liom ... aon do thuitim that I
would suffer any one to fall
Oss. iv 100 . gurab ar fulong
ríogh do bhí ar an mBreatain Mhóir tángadar mic Mhíleadh
by sufferance of Keat. ii 1136 (cf. eis habitandam concessit
40 Éigse iv 241 , in source of this passage). do thuit Saul ... ar
fh. ¤ Dé `by God's permission' TSh. 2422 . S. do ghabháil
neirt uirre d'fh. ¤ Dé 5504 . nach le cinneamhain theagmhaid
... ? Ni headh, achd lé f. ¤ Dé, Parrth. Anma 71 . f. ¤ do
t[h]abhairt luchd sdiurtha ... do dhibirt uainn to allow our
45... guardians to be banished from us
MacAingil 416 (4812) .
Cf. dobheirmaoid ar mbeannachd uáinn ... dobheirmáoid
f. ¤ uáinn = `we bless ... we suffer it' 1 Cor. iv 12 .
(e) with ó, refraining (from) : f. ¤ ó urchoidibh (= abstinere
ab iniquitatibus) TSh. 8283 .
50(f) concrete, a support, prop, etc. Of the legs as support
of the body : ceand cridi f. ¤ ad hē demi tebidhi in fhir
head, heart, legs, the man's neuter selected attributes Auraic.
1808 (fuolach 4994 ). lurgu ┐ traigh lanamain ind fhulaing
1811 . an f. ¤ ┐ an bata the stay and staff Isa. iii 1 . do bhádar
55fuluing ar gach taoibh do nionad suidhe stays 1 Kings x 19 .
lag an foirgneadh aga mbi f. ¤ lag, Luc. Fid. 338 . a rotha ┐
a fersde ┐ a fuilnge (of a chariot), Celt. Rev. iv 116.14 .
Of the attachment of a sword : claideb ... airgide a f. ¤
IT iii 199 § 59 .

60 fulangach, fulngach adj o-ā = fuilngech, q.v. As subst. o,m.
IGT, Decl. § 22 . ní híad cách as ḟulngach air | cumngach
a n-áth ar h'óguibh ib. ex. 815 . clann ríogh níor ḟulangach
air | síodh ón Umhallach ḟáomhthair, ex. 823 .

* fulangad n u,m. late vn. of fo-loing, inferable from follg.
65In sense suffering, pain: g s. fulongtha ` sufferings ' (gl.
ceusad) Donlevy 64 n.2 . cosmhail a bhfulangthaibh
ribhse = `of like passions with you' Acts xiv 15 . A trans-
lation use. See fulang and fulach.

fuláram : x see fuláirem.

70 fulasgach : x see fualascach.

fulla : n precise meaning unknown, used in following approxi-
mate senses, (a) illusion, magic (?) : rád cen f. ¤ , Met. Dinds.
ii 6 . síd cen ḟ. ¤ `a fairy place without delusion', ib. 8 (hence :
f. ¤ .i. brég ; gan f. ¤ .i. gan bhréig, O'Cl.) fáel f. ¤ (reading
75doubtful) ` werewolf ' iv 226 . dluí fulla a magic wisp:
Fullon ... is eisein cétna druí rolaí bricht for dluí riamh
do chuir dhuine for fo luamhain. Inde dluí f. ¤ dicitur ...
apud Scotos , Cóir Anm. 183 . o thainic in dlai ḟoluaimnech
ḟulla sin fairsium YBL 309a26 ( MR 234 ). Hence : f. ¤ .i.
80foluamhain ; dlaoi ḟ. ¤ .i. dlaoi chuires duine ar foluamhain,
O'Cl.
(b) a madman, lunatic ; one of the classes of persons
disqualified for distraining, Laws i 84z (glossed .i. fo tabair
[leg. tabarr] in dlai fulla 90.26 ). f. ¤ (.i. duine dilmain bis
85for sibal a hinad d'inad) 104x (106.7) .

fullón adj handsome ; n handsomeness, beauty (?) : fullon ainm
do mhaissi. Inde Nuadha Fullón ... .i. Núadha maissech,
Cóir Anm. 183 . mic Nuadhat Fulloin, Keat. ii 4031 . Hence
fullon .i. maisi, O'Cl. fullon ainm don maissi amuidh 23 P 3,
19va = follán Met. Gl. D 23 ( 23 L 21, 11 has `follón' but
5the `ó' is a correction by P.O'C. ).
As npr. F. ¤ ainm in drúadh, Cóir Anm. 183 .