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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 .

fursundud (-sannad) n u,m. (vn. of for-osna) (a) giving light,
illuminating; illumination: fursunna[d] nó faillsiugud,
5 O'Dav. 962 . fursannadh .i. lasadh, O'Cl. is fursundud ┐ is
foillsigud ... dund imniud coinedar D. in salm so Ml 74b1 .
delc n-óir ... go forsannadh de líic loghmair adn [ = and]
lustre RC xii 60 § 16 . re f. ¤ na sudrull, TTebe 464 . lus cin
fursanna (fursandath, fursannad v.l.) a rush (?) without
10light
Anecd. ii 60 . With obj. gen.: ro hadnad dó .xx.c.
sutrall ... do fursungadh na scor BB 494b33 = ḟursannad,
Alex. 703 . duine tiamda ... cen c[h]eill glain dia ḟ. ¤ ZCP
vi 267 § 8 . In concrete sense: fursunduth cethrair lighting
for four
Laws iv 316 ( Críth G. 270 : `almost certainly a
15mistake for fossugud "entertainment", Binchy). Exception-
ally lighting, kindling: ag fursannadh caindel ... ga múchadh
ZCP ix 173 § 12 , is é no bhīodh ag fursannadh caindle ar
béalaibh Aedha ... in tan no bidh ag fithchiollacht. D. Mac
Firbis., quoted MR p.91 .
20(b) fig. throwing light on; setting forth clearly, elucidating,
demonstrating: cach fīr a f. ¤ Arch. iii 226.23 ( ZCP xvii 48 ).
fiadnaise do fursunnud `to prove clearly' Laws v 460.25
Comm. diamair ... senchas maige M. ni furáil saí ... ar
cach aí dia fursonnad, Met. Dinds. iii 382 . titulus de
25fursandud na tucaiti `to illustrate the cause' Hib. Min.
8.268 . Of the poetic or rhetorical explanation or com-
mentary given by a `fili': laid la filid [leg. filed ?] f. ¤ (.i.
laid in filid ac faillsiugad a brithe uadh) Laws v 498.3
(one of the three factors by which a right is established).
30 cf. laid re filid fursunnuid MR 90.1 . laidh ... d'uasait ┐ da
ursannudh 94.15 . ni ḟedait ugdair in da ḟaisneis d'fursannadh
in n-aenfecht (i.e. cannot present two narratives in due
form at the same time) 166.8 .
(c) a species of literary composition: applied to a genealogi-
35cal poem intended to exalt the princes of a certain dynasty:
in fursunnud Laidcinn, Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 16 ( Rawl. 116c7 ).
amal nosrime Find m. R. isind ḟursunnud LL 311b2 . día
ndebhairt in fili isin fursunduth, Cóir Anm. 36 . pl. dorurim
in rigḟile isna fursaintib do dergene do rígaib Lagen,
40 Rawl. 115a18 .

fursunnaigid v g (based on protot. stem of for-osna, q.v.)
illumines, enlightens: atait a tri fursanduiges ... a sor-
caidetaidh (gl. a tri forosnad a soirchi o mathair d athair).
O'C. 2247 ( Eg. 88 f. 18a ). Fig.: is treisin n-eirned fursan-
45naighter ... ances in betha is explained, solved O'Dav. 812 .
ara fursunnugha that he may explain 147 . (the lemma here as
Stokes points out is a very corrupt version of Laws v
378.1f .)

furtacht : x see fortacht.

50 furtaigid : x see fortaigid.

furtaigtheóir : x see fortaigtheóir.

furthain n f. ¤ furthuin forthuin IGT, Decl. § 42 p.96 . furrthain
forrthain (cóir gu gearr leis íad) § 149 . A sufficient amount,
enough: f. ¤ .i. sásadh, O'Cl. Folld. by partitive gen.:
furrthain dam is each is bo ZCP viii 229 § 30 . go mbíodh
furthainn sluagh aige ré dul ... that he might have an army
5large enough to go
... Keat. ii 5161 . With gen. of person
enough (for): ata bhar furrthain indti uile there is enough
in it for all of you
BB 38az = bar bfurthain, Leb. Gab. i
244 . bidh daethain luchta T. ... do lacht na ... mbó. tic
a f. ¤ d'edach d'olaind na ... caerach IT iii 197.7 . ní raibhe
10fuirthinn na ndeoradh ... ann enough for the strangers
BNnÉ 163.16 . furtain cēt a cuid prainne BB 393b33
(furthain, v.l. forthain, Met. Dinds. iv 26 ). do-gébha ... a
tennḟurrthain do tafand more than enough of hunting IGT,
Decl. ex. 1977 . ro ḟáccaibh a ffurtain do bhiúdh ... aca
15 FM v 1496.9 .
With gen. of thing a sufficient (corresponding) amount,
a complement: tri bairgena ... cona bhfurrthain ... d'feoil
leo, Lism.L. 4179 . cóirighthear tríochad long leis is do
chuir a bhforthainn laochruidhe ionnta, Keat. ii 640 . seacht
20bhfichid bó ... go n-a bhforthainn groidhe with a corresponding
number of horses
Lism.L. 4687 (cf. forthan groidhe `stud of horses'
O'R.). co ffurthain na mine d'im with enough butter for
the meal
FM v 1554.12 .