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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 .

fulónta n ` trim, spruce ' P.O'C. beg a brígh a mbrat órdha
| ná a mbanna ard ḟolónda, A iv 3 (sic leg. Ir. Review 1912,
471 ). Cf. fullón ?

10 fulracht n ā,f. (< fuil) gore, coagulated blood: d'fuil ┐ d'f. ¤ ,
Acall. 3314 n . a sāith fola ┐ fulrachta CF 609 . pl. coimét
┐ fulrechta do neime ┐ do gáe cró (i.e. clots), Acall. 7164 =
coimeta ┐ fuilrechta, n . (Lism.).

fulrad : x see fuilred.

15 fulradach adj o-ā (fulrad, fuilred) bloody, of blood: flux ful-
radhach na bronn, 23 K 42, 315.17 .

? fuluach n (= fo-luach ?) sub-payment, instalment ? biadh
cethrair ... i fuluagh in claidib ┐ a lānluagh dia reir fein do
iar sein `in sub-payment for the sword' IT iii 200.5 ( YBL
20 185a46 ) = a fulang BB 263a30 . Possibly a miswriting of
fulach.

fulumain vn. of fo-lui, Ped. ii 572 . As adj. i- stem fluttering ;
moving rapidly: gl. volubile [buxum] Sg 61b12 . pl. fulmaini,
gl. nutantes ( Ps. cviii 10 ) Thes. i 3.33 . Cf. nadbo fri nith
25fand fulomuin ZCP viii 306.12 (rhet.).
Cf. foluamain.

fulus n young of animals, produce, offspring: fulus, O'Mulc.
592 . im fulusa cacha cethra na torbenat (.i. im ini folosas
no ināsus ona cethraibh, Laws i 184.14 , ( 190.6 ). A compd.
30of fo + los(s) `increase, growth' ?

fuluth : x see foluth.

fuluthur adj malodorous, stinking (?) : fiallach fotngne f. ¤ ,
BB 378b19 = fulathaur (.i. brēn) KZ xxxiii 83 ( H 3.3 p.332a ) ;
fulutur, Lec., Rennes.

35 fundam(e)int (fond-) n f. (Lat. fundamentum) foundation,
basis: ní raibe nach fundment fon tech, Aisl. Tund. 112
§ 1 = funndament 137 . in trath gortuighter in fundamint =
laeso fundamento Ros. Angl. 122y . is é fundaimeint ... do
chuir fá chathair na B. = posuit fundamentum civitatis B.
40 TSh. 3015 . nach bí fundaimeint fhorasta ... fúithe 1678 .
fundamint an creidim, Maund. 72 . Isa Crist is frem ┐ is
fundamint icon eclais, Lorg. an tS.N. 2203 . fondament
eolais, Leb. Gab. i 62 n.12 . g s. gne fondaiminti do chor na
urthimchell (in tseipeil), Fl. Earls 124.28 . pl. fonndaimeinn-
45tighe bhalla na caithreach, Rev. xxi 19 . Cf. cen fúndamit
faí PH 7816 . príomhghabhláin dana fundameanndum
príomhfhoghluim an dána (= branches which spring from
the prime study of [poetic] art
) IGT, Introd. § 2 .

fundamintech adj o-ā having a foundation: (gl. fundatus) Ir.
50Gl. 612 .

fundúir n m. (<O.Fr. fondeor, Stokes, Ling. Val. of Ir.
Annals 78 ) a founder: f. ¤ na mainistrech = fundator BCC
§ 299 ( Reeves Adamnan p.172 ). céd f. ¤ na mainistre FM
iii 544.21 . fundubair mainisdrech AU iii 384 (cf. casabhar =
55 casúr IGT Decl. § 36 , § 35 ). pl. gurab é Criosd ┐ na habsdoil
a fundoiri (sc. of the Church), Luc. Fid. 381 . a bhfhundúir-
eadha, Parrth. Anma 257 (3609) . ar leth a bhfothaighthech
(.i. fundúiredh) RSCl. 141a .
See also fondúir.

60 funech : x see fonach.

fungaire n (cf. fuin, gl. matuta Sg 36a2 ) dawn, daybreak (?) :
Dubh dhuanach ... focheird crand mbuarach ... la gach
funghaire solus, Ériu xiii 14.30 (= fungare IT iii 55 § 103 ;
fungaire, O'Dav. 215 ). ar áille ḟunghaire na maidne, Cóir
65Anm. 220 = ar aille na fungaire, etc. Fianaig 4.16 . rosia
firu f. ¤ LL 5268 (38a40) (: cumraide). See Thurn. Zu Ir.
Hdschr. i 77 . ? fri foigge fungairi ZCP ix 450.11 . d'iom-
fhosdadh na n-airdrionnach na tiucfadhdis i ffuineadh na
a bfh[u]nghuire , Cath MT 474 .

70 funnsa : x see fonnsa.

1 fúr n o,m. Mid. Ir. vn. of fo-fera = O. Ir. fuar q.v. Cf. fuirid.
Preparing, getting ready, providing: "fur" urlum, Met.
Gl. Eg. 19 . oc f. ¤ m'anma dia breith i flaith Dé PH 806 .
tír in nach éicen f. ¤ fled LL 135a45 = Rawl. 77b35 . in tairnic
75ocut f. ¤ na fleidhi ? Lism.L. 2357 . maith lem-sa ... f. ¤ na
long ┐ tinól slúaigh, TTr.² 424 . oc f. ¤ chatha, Met. Dinds.
iv 328z . tri bliadna ... ro bas ac fur na fingaili sin, TTebe
1364 . ag f. ¤ ┐ acc ullmughadh an chobhlaigh FM vi 2188 .
oc f. ¤ ┐ occ foichill an ertrialla, Hugh Roe 210.17 (f. 56a) .
80 I F. ¤ in readiness, prepared for, awaiting: ro forcongairt
A. for lucht in coblaigh beth i fur in catha arnamarach,
Aen. 2422 . robai ... a fur in chomraic arnamarach 2941 .
i fur fri himtecht BB 424a39 . i f. ¤ in cat[h]a-sa in anticipation
of
CCath. 4230 , cf. ro ardaigit ... menmanna miled ... de
85sin i f. ¤ in cat[h]a 3885 . g s. as attrib. prepared, ready for
use (?) : nach forcraid ... di diles praind no do etach fúir
tabair ... do bochtaibh ZCP iii 30.2 (= Reeves Colton's
Visitation 111 , where O'Curry renders etach f. ¤ `wearing
apparel
'). Cf. cid bec in fur beas fair (gl. miscais fuirithe),
H 3. 17,658a ( O'Don. 928 ). Cf. 3 fúr.
5See remfúr.