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furfócra, -fúacra n (in most exx. a late misspelling of O.Ir.
irfocre, irócre ? But it is apparently distinguished from
this in some senses, cf. Anecd. iii 14 cited below) notice,
warning, summons: tellach tire cin furfocra, Laws iv 4.21
75Comm. ro sentea ... stuic in catha ... do furfhogra for in
sluagh comherghi, Aen. 2196 . ros[e]innit ... a n-adurca
furocera, CCath. 3525 . curter furfuagra [leg. fer f. ¤ ?] on
Duilemh for in cinedh ndaona .i. Micél arcaingel RC xxviii
316 § 21 . dochluinfid ... forfhuagra Michil ... aca togairm
80 ib. Proclaiming, making known: Cleiteach ... is fairsing
a furógra it is known far and wide YBL 314a39 . ni gnath
treas gan tinnscedal ... na orgain gan urfogra ... ┐ is ...
imchubhaidh don ealadhainsi ... laīdh ... d[a]foillsiugudh
┐ d[a]. furogra MR 94.15 . guth in challari ┐ in ḟir ḟurfócra
85 crier LB 134a51 . callairedha ... ┐ aes furocra summoners
CCath. 4851 . fear furogra (= the reciter of a com-
position ?) MR 90.3 .
Proclaiming, proscribing (?) : dligid faíndel furfocra,
Anecd. iii 14 (= faendledach forógra ZCP vi 261.21 , foin-
delach fuacra LL 345d , YBL 411d ). cach flaith a ḟorfuacra,
5 Arch. iii 226 § 11 ( ZCP xvii 48 ). As epithet (g s.) : mna
fegi furuagra [furfhuagra v.l.] ` furious ' TTebe 1887 (lit.
` proclaimed, denounced ' Vocab.).
See forfócra & follg.

furfúacarthach adj o-ā proclaimed, outlawed ; a proclaimed
10 person: a beith na furfuagurtach, H 3.18, 165 ( O'C. 300 ).
biathad furfuagartig doni marbtha daoine H 3.18 159 ( O'C. 288 ).
Leg. fer f. ¤ , fir f. ¤ ? See forfógarthach.

furgrad n o,n. remainder, residue: gl. reliquum Wb 10b3 .
g s. ind furgraid (gl. reliqui) Ml 48d23 . a p. inna furgrad
15(= reliquias) 57d3 . contascitar forgradh an bídh RC ix
478 n. 5 (YBL = díurad LU 1718 ).

furgratae adj io-iā remaining, left over: gl. reliquâ Ml 46b10a .

furigin ind (fo-rigin ?) fid f. ¤ | fil hi taeban torigin, Thr. Ir. Gl.
4 s.v. aitteand. perhaps corrupt ; the corresponding line
20 Corm. Y 56 has : fid fuirme.

furis : n ro lebling ... ina diaid-sium for f. ¤ in charpait co
n-ecmaing a tul immon n-all LU 8933 ( FB 70 ) = ...imon
all dofuiris in carpat `against the rock that stopped the chariot'
Met. Dinds. iv 294 , taking f. as late s- pret. of fo-rig (see
25note p. 454 ), which is very doubtful. fo f. ¤ in LU seems to
correspond to : for slicht LL 166b35 (= for fuillicht, Dinds.
106 . foillṡlicht BB 405b ). Perhaps <* for-ēis ` track ' ?

? furmada n (= fuirmeda g s. of fuirmiud, or fuirmithe, part.
of fo-ruimi ?) : a n-oireda f. ¤ forra ` laid upon them' Lism.L.
30 3180 .

furmiáil n (d s.) : Cu Chulaind ... ga ḟ. ¤ ri fót foenlaige i Fiurt
S. fa thuagaib ┐ baccaib TBC 5713 = 5720 (= uirmeail,
St). Quoted by O'Cl. under gloss : fuirmeal .i. cur (which
is ambiguous). Cf. fuirmeal .i. cur `to bury, burial ' ex.
35 Cu Chulainn aga f. ¤ re fod faoinlighe `C. undergoing burial
lifeless in his earthy bed
' P.O'C.

furnaide n (late form of O. Ir. ernaide, irnaide ; see airnaide).
furnaidhi (f.) IGT, Decl. § 3 (furnaigthi proscribed as
incorrect). as vn. furnaidhe funnraighe, III § 83 . funnraidi,
40 Lism.L. 1945 , cf. fionnraoi (fonnraoi v.l.), O'Bruad. ii
284 , and see O'Rahilly's Ir. Proverbs § 324 .
(a) waiting for, expecting, with obj. gen. or rarely FRI :
furrnaidhe na sailtinc[h]e `to wait for the result of the expecta-
tion
' Laws iii 368.3 . luid ... do funnraidi tragha `to await
45the ebb
' Lism.L. 1945 . ro bhádar dá lá ... acc furnaidhe
Donnchaidh, Cog. 210.8 . atat coin dasachtacha `gvt
fvrnaide, Aisl. Tund. 102.9 = ag feichemh ort 128 . a feithem
┐ a furnaidi co festais ... MR 240y . an t-airdespog ar a
gcinn ag furnaidhe friu, Fl. Earls 142y . fada le fer bfurnoidhe
50 the man who waits IGT, Decl. ex. 202 , O'Rahilly, Ir. Proverbs
§ 324 . le a lucht furnaidhe is fado those who are waiting for
him
Studies 1919, 258 § 21 .
(b) by transference of thing waited for ? In follg. exx.
apparently used of a supplementary food-due falling between
55two others : f. ¤ .i. biadh n-aill itir da notlaic .i. fair [ = faer ?]
inn idnaide (i.e. the food of the waiting but this perh. is
merely an etymol. gloss) O'Dav. 982 . maróca ┐ cliatháin
in f. ¤ ┐ in forgam (sic leg.) `sausages and flitches are the `f. ¤ '
983 ; faer fuiric furnaid[e] 977 .
60(c) staying, tarrying (in a place) : ni roleig ... fuirech
na furnaidhe dō i maighin eile, Fen. 112.2 . ro aontaigh ...
doip ... furnaidhe isin gcathraigh, Fl. Earls 26.10 . fuirech
`furnaidheo' (furnuigheo v.l.), Met. Gl. Ff. 25 .

furnaidid v (furnaide) waits, stays, tarries: furnaigit ann
65an oidhche sin, Fl. Earls 168.4 .

furopair x see forobair.

furra n (= Engl. fur ). tuignigh ... ┐ furra do ermin ... fria,
Lorg. an tSN 45 .

furriuth : x see fuirriuth and fuirired.

70 fursaintech adj o—ā (cf. for-osna) luminous, light-giving: lan
fuach firinde (.i. is lan focul f. ¤ firinde) ZCP iii 223 ( Amra
Senāin § 2 ).
See next.

fursaintid n i,m. (cf. for-osna) lit. `one who illumines' ;
75 name of the third grade (in ascending order) of students of
`ecna' or wisdom , f. ¤ ` illustrator ' Laws iv 354.23 explained
356.17 : fortuisim a aitte i ceill ollomon `he answers [? listens
to
; or is this a corrupt form of some part of for-osna ?]
his tutor with the sense of an ollamh.'
80See forsantaid, forosnaid.

fursanta : apparently part. adj. cogn. with for-osna
luminous, light-giving: Barnabas breo bithbuadach | f. ¤
in lōcharn rolēir ZCP xiii 16.28 (fursanti in lochrainn v.l.).
If lochrainn is the right reading, perhaps = prec.

85 fursmailt : x see forsmailt.

fursuinnid, -aingid v i (from protot. stem of for-osna q.v.)
drithle ... do ḟursuing, Cl. A.B. xxiv 132 . do ḟursaing
Aithd. D. 7.35 . ro ursaing 49.13 .