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ballsgóit

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n f. (ball) (cf. 1 nescóit ) blister, pimple, swelling: latae pustulae . . . .i. ballsgoide leathna, 23 K 42 , 90.7 . at bán, no ballscóid shiollseach (sic) bhán ┐ gné dheirghe ann = spot, Levit. xiii 19. an bhallscóid shoillseach, 23 . Of the star of Bethlehem: ar rochtain rig na cruindi / don ballsgoid reid reltuindi, Lib. Hymn. 194.38 .

bine

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n [io ?] b.¤ m. and f., IGT Decl. § 1. crime; wrong-doing; fault. In modern editions often translated harm, damage, injury: līthe b.¤ for a mnái, Corm. Y 975.14 , Corm. 32 s.v. nescoit, nir airigistair fuirri a b.¤ .i. teacht a coibligi an Dagdai `her offence', TE² 142 § 1 ( a b.¤ .i. a cin, ZCP v 523.22 ). ba holl in b.¤ (of the slaying of a son by his mother), Metr. Dinds. ii 32.12 . tucsat i mbrianna i mb.¤ / fianna Meilgi Imlige `in their wickedness', 66.23 . ander 'cambuí cach b.¤ / sech ba druí, ba deg-ḟile `versed in all the black arts', iv 14.3 . marbam fo chétóir resíu forruma b.¤ fornn before he gets us into trouble, gets us a bad name (?), Fraech 174 . nachamthí bét nā bini (in prayer) `injury', Ériu ii 92 § 1. rum do rinneadh an b.¤ / fa bhfuil oram th'oirbhire, DDána 101.28 . (to a lady) gnúis . . . / dá nar bhean béim ná b.¤ fault, 99.31 . lucht dénmhusa b.¤ buirb / cuilg gérghlasa thige Taidhg, IGT Decl. ex. 4. Frequ. in chevilles: mor ceol caimnaig cen b.¤ (: -nime), SR 509. ardd b.¤ , Rawl. 88a47 . aided Branduib co mbini (: Sini) by (?) crime, RC xxiii 312 § 38. Siugmaill is Brí cen binib (: Midir), LL 1417. fo bini braith `through treacherous crime', Metr. Dinds. iii 372.17 . breath cean b.¤ `faultless judgment', Leb. Cert.² 1354. See 1 bin.

dúbalta

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part. of dúblaid. double, twofold: ó nach fil nech ar slicht Adaim acht braithre d.¤ brothers in a twofold sense (in flesh and in spirit), PH 7503 . in t-eideth dubullta robui uime, ZCP vi 97 . soighthech dhubalda a double vessel (i.e. one vessel inside the other), 24 P 32, 171.12 (med.). tertiana dubalta double tertian, 3 C 19, 10rb18 . pósa dúbulta a double marriage, PCT 1516 . tuguidh dhí go dúbalta do réir a gníomhartha `double unto her double', Rev. xviii 6 . lé meidh dhúbailthe ghrás, Desid. 1721 . leannta dúbullta double ale, Gadelica 148 . Fig. croidhe dúbalta, Psalms xii 2 . is gnáth d.¤ . . . mná Mumhan nach múnaid 'na gcaipeannaibh `it is the custom doubly true' (?), Ó Bruad. i 74 . Of two kinds: atáid na heslainti d.¤ .i. cuid ger ┐ cuid rigin, 3 C 19, 281vb16 . ainmhidhe resunta . . . ata sin d.¤ .i. ainmidhe resunta marbhtach . . . ┐ ainmhidhe resunta nemhmarbhthach, 24 P 3, 304.21 . ata in nescóit dubullta .i. teasaide no fuaruide, 54 . Cunning, clever (?): is d.¤ doghní an gráta `cunningly he makes the grate' (of a blacksmith), O'Gr. Cat. 601 .

4 féth

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n gender doubtful. Possibly same word as 5 féth. Of craftsman's work, smoothness, finish, polish? Cf. faithche .i. fēth-chaí .i. conair iarna fēthughad .i. iarna rēidhiughadh, Corm. Y 628 . condenad a f.¤ ┐ a snass ┐ a slemnugud (of stakes of holly = to make them even ?) TBC-LL¹ 1410 (fethugud St). ní hécen f.¤ dar fudbu de, 158 (i.e. difficulties need not be glossed over; a proverb ?). G. [h]astas faciebat fri teora gressa ┐ ba feth in gres dédenach; dogníth ... L. soer [na crunda] fri teora snassa ┐ ba feth [feith, Sec. Battle of Moytura RC xii 94.1 ] in tsnas dédenach the last chip put the finish on them (?) Corm. Bodl. s.v. nescoit = Corm. Y 975 . ni rocindsead a feth nach a lighdhath [gús anocht], Anecd. ii 7 (of a bronze palisade = they could not give it the finishing polish and colour ?). (etym. of nemed :) nem-aodh la cerda ┐ goibniu, ar issed dobeir nemhtenchus doib in feith doberat tre aed [.i.] tre tine, O'Mulc. 830g . nem-mod la saoruib ... niamfeith, ar ised dobeir nemtenchas doib, ind feth doniat tre nēim, 830h (both exx. apparently mean that a craftsman's status is determined by the finish of his work. Cf. dlegar do cach feth i nemhedh, Irish Texts iv 21 § 22 ). fethgeir .i. dobheir feith ger ar in fige no fid gér dobeir feth ar in fighe, Laws i 152.13 Comm. (= it makes the wool even ?). Cf. feith .i. faebar, Lec. Gl. M 97 . See also 1 féth (f.¤ fithnaisi). Used as adj. = smooth, finished (?) ; superl.: fethim saire no fedem .i. onn `smoothest of work' (kenning on the ash-tree or letter o) Auraic. 5651 = foillem, Anecd. iii 44 ; text doubtful. Compds. ¤chrann: cona fet[h]crannaibh snasta slemnaigti `even ... shafts' (of arrows) CCath. 5462 .

¤snas: féthán féths[h]nais, MacCongl. 93.10 (see féthán and fithnais). Cf. also: go bfiodhbhacaibh féthshnoightibh smoothed or polished bows Hugh Roe 72.8 (f. 19a) .

1 fichid

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Forms: fech, fichith, fégat, fegait, -fechad, feachaid, fechtha, fee, fe, fessa, feis, fess, fessat, fich, fiche, rofich, fích, fichimmir, fechair, -fechar, fichthir, fichitir, -fessair, fessair, fiastor, fesaitir, fechtae, fechta, fecta, fecht, fiacht, ficht, fiachtar, fiacht, fiacht, fich—, fig—

v (occas. fig-) the vowel sometimes appears with length-mark in pret., see exx. below. Ipv. 2 s. fech, TBC-LL¹ 2518 . 2 pl. fichith, TBC-I¹ 3446 . 3 pl. fégat, TBC-LL¹ 5832 (LL = fichith YBL). pres. 3 pl. fegait, TTr.² 1731 . -fechad, TBC-I¹ 3434 . Cf. feachaid .i. dochuireadar, O'Cl. (sc. cath? But see under fechaid). (rel.) fechtha, TBC-I¹ 3523 . ? subj. pres. 3 s. (in tmesis) roda faebra fee , O'Dav. 837 . Cf. rodin fe faebra ficht, Ériu ii 3.6 (Amra Con Roí). fut. 1 s. fessa, LU 10921 ( Imr. Brain i 43.5 ). 3 sg. feis, LU 7186 (? = BDD 86 , cf. fess .i. muirfidh, O'Cl.). 3 pl. fessat, BDD 101c (Eg.). pret. 3 s. fich, LU 1542. 10927 ( Imr. Brain i 43.13 ). Rawl. 115b8 . 116a13 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40 ; 27 ). rel. fiche, ZCP xi 109 § 19 . With ro : rofich, SR 7053 (: dligthib). LU 6516 . ro fích 7997 ( BDD 167 ). LL 23a10 ; 20 . 330c21 . 1 pl. fichimmir LU 10986 ( Imr. Brain i 48.7 ). Pass. pres. s. fechair, LL 115a44 ( RC viii 54.2 ). O'Dav. 837 . -fechar, Laws v 302.31 . fichthir RC xvii 137.15 (Tig.). pl. fichitir , LU 7566 ( BDD 109 ). fut. s. -fessair, ZCP xiii 375.23 = xx 222 (cf. cloifid fir fessair cathu, LL 119b51 ). nicon fiastor , Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 92 § 17 (< B IV 2, 156a ). pl. fesaitir, Rawl. 110b27 . LL 188b6 ( RC xxvi 36 ). pret. s. fechtae, Corm. Bodl. s.v. nescōit . Laws i 250.15 . fechta, Hy ii 57 . fecta ZCP xi 110 § 26 . ro fecht , Fianaig. 16.3 (?). The form fiacht may be an old 3 s. pret. of this vb. (Thurn., ZCP xiii 104 - 105 ) : rodin fe faebra ficht (fiacht, v.l.), Ériu ii 3.6 (Amra Con Roí) = fiachtar, 28.10 . fiachtar imaireg ... etorra, ZCP xiv 260.4 . fiacht fiacht, LU 5324 (TBC rhet.) fang fias fic[h], BB 378b13 = KZ xxxiii 82 . In later lang. often as weak vb. with st. fich—, fig—

Fights (intrans. or with cognate acc., f.¤ cath, etc.: fichetar leis hI Echach hi cath Dromma C. the Ui E. fought along with him in the battle of D.C. ZCP viii 329.9 = BB 165b39 (fithedar). ro fich Lug ... la Coin C. Sesrig mBreslige L. fought (the battle called) S.B. along with Cú C. LU 6516 . ni maith no fichid in cath not well do you fight the battle LU 6576 . fichimmir scandal n-and we. fought a battle there 10986 . fīch nīthu, Ält. Ir. Dichtg. i 27 § 7 . fich tri coictea cath, 40 § 22 . fichith cath, TBC-I¹ 3446 . fechair cath immi, RC viii 54.2 . fichsetar mor do chathaib, ZCP iii 41.19 . fegait comlann ndéise, TTr.² 1731 . ro figed gleo, 1510 . fíchset co ferda a fechta (of animals), Metr. Dinds. iii 150.7 . fer find figed gail who used to wage battle ii 54.17 . atait secht maigne nā fechar rē in which a battle is not fought Laws v 302.31 . cetna cath fiche the first battle he fought (rel. form, cf. luide who went) ZCP xi 109.25 . ro fighedh sccainner ... etorra, AFM vi 1890.18 . feachar iomaireacc eatorra, iii 120.2 . o cath Atha Cind Mara ro fecht la Find which was fought by F. Dinds. 27 ( BB 365b8 ). With fri (against) : fiched fri coluain `he used to fight against the flesh' (Stokes) ACC 110 . cotréracht ... ar cend Crumtaind ┐ fich fris, LU 1542 ( MU² 1051 ). bellum Mona D., ... Baetan nodfich fri Cruithniu AU 562 = nodfid, Tig. ( RC xvii 145.3 ). figset cath fri claind M., Dinds. 41 ( BB 372b1 ). ro fig cath C. fri hEcdhaigh, Lec. 9ra15 . ro fich Cath nE. fri C. ... fich fri hA. cath nArdda, 8vb44 . fig fri Finngen, 9ra6 . fighit iomaireg ... fris an Iustís, Hugh Roe 156.20 (f. 42a) . With FOR : mac Solman ... ro fich | for dethreib cona dligthib prevailed over, oppressed (?) SR 7053 (cf. ferg Dé rofig for far tur (: ríg), 6831 ). ro fig Fothaid ... ann for Ailill, ZCP viii 117 § 16 . ro fīch ind lām sin ... for cāch ... ┐ ro fiched furri, BDD 167 Y. ? fech féin do gním ... forsna sluagaib, TBC-LL¹ 2518 (= imber-seo, LU 6378 ). Cf. ro fecht impe mór ngretha `many a skirmish has been fought about it' (of a chessboard) Fianaig. 16 § 38 . cid d'Ultaib nach fegat cath | d'Ailill, TBC-LL¹ 2377 (fecait St). With pers. obj. : fessa in mílid, LU 10921 ( Imr. Brain i 43.5 , `I shall vanquish the warrior'). fích in mílid, LU 10927 . fichid Lóch ... cosin gaí bolga, TBC-I² 2025 . fechair cach n-ae ina cétchinaid is punished (?) O'Dav. 837 . fessat guil gáre wails will overpower cheers (?) BDD 101c Eg.

? 4 finn

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n m. a Gael, an Irishman (in B. na f.): fionn `an Irishman' O'R. ar neascoid (.i. seanchus) ni bhfionn (.i. na Gaoidhiol) [sic] a chail, ZCP iii 378.7 = ar nescoit (.i. ar tṡenchus na nGaoidhel) ní bin a ca[i]l, v 483.9 .

fo-ruimi, -fuirmi

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Forms: for-r(uim)-, fo-fuirm-, fo-d-ruim, forruimi, forruibi, forrumai, -fuirmi, fosrumet, fosraemet, forroma, forruma, -fuirmema, fuireama, fuirmeba, -furmud, furruimtis, -forurmius, fomruirmius, for-uirim, forfurim, forḟuirim, forruim, forruib, -forroim, forrumai, forromair, foruirmiset, -furimar, -fuirmider, forrumither, forruimther, -fuirmithe, foruirmed, forfuirmedh, forumad, -forromadh, -forrumtha, rofurmethe, fuirmithe, fuirmiud, f.

possibly more than one verb is represented in the following citations ; some forms suggest for-r(uim)- but cf. Ériu xxxv 201 ; some are assigned by Pedersen Vgl. Gr. (ii 463 ) to for-ben. (In later MSS f is sometimes repeated in deuterotonic forms : fo-fuirm-). Ipv. 2 s. fo-d-ruim, Fianaig. 12 § 23 . pres. 3 s. forruimi, Corm. Bodl. s.v. pattu (= forruim, Corm. Y 1045 ; forruibi, Thr. Ir. Gl. 35 ). forrumai (fosrumai ?) LU 5320 . -fuirmi, Wb. 8c1 . pl. fosrumet, BDD 13 D = fosraemet Y. pres. subj. 3 s. forroma, ZCP iv 39.13 = forruma, LL 250a10 ( TBFr. § 15 ). Cf. -fuirmema, Laws v 96.28 Comm. (< B 346az = Y 202b47 ; fuireama, in the corresp. text Laws ii 348.26 Comm. is a misreading of the MS., H 3.17, c. 451z , which O'D. 597 gives as fuirmeba, but the last two letters are doubtful). past subj. 3 s. cf. -furmud, RC xi 448.78 . 3 pl. furruimtis, Thes. ii 242.5 ( Ardm. 18b1 ). pret. and perf. 1 s. -forurmius, LU 9381 . fomruirmius, Fél. Ep. 38 . 3 s. for-uirim, Ml. 2a6 . forfurim, Ériu ii 132 § 106 . forḟuirim, Alex. 262 . forruim, Thes. ii 242.8 ( Ardm. 18b1 ). forruib, Hy ii 8 . cf. -forroim, LU 5679 ( Pedersen Vgl. Gr. ii 463 gives this and forrumai to for-ben). With depon. ending : forromair, TBC-LL¹ 3315 . 3 pl. foruirmiset, Rawl. 142a21 . LU 6670 . Pass. pres. s. -furimar, Ériu ii 116 § 45 . pres. subj. s. ? -fuirmider, Rawl. 125b29 . cf. mad ... forrumither , Corm. Bodl. s.v. nescoit = forruimther Y. past subj. s. -fuirmithe, Corm. Y 1059 . Bodl. pret. and perf. s. foruirmed, Ml. 74c20 . forfuirmedh, Fianaig. 14 § 35 . forumad, Lism. L. p. 328.25 . -forromadh ZCP iii 459.2 . pl. -forrumtha, Ériu ii 110 § 30 . rofurmethe, BColm. 32.4 .

Part. fuirmithe. Vn. fuirmiud.

(a) sets, places, of local relations: in tan foruirim obell ... fair, Ml. 2a6 . arimbad and furruimtis a n-eclis that there they should put [i.e. build] their church Thes. ii 242.5 . immalle doaurcbad doib a cossa ┐ fosruimet lift ... set down TBC-I¹ 3312 . is tō didiu forruimi in phattu a chossa `silently does the hare put its foot down' Corm. Bodl. s.v. pattu (= Corm. Y 1045 ). furmid ... a rigthi tharis (of wrestling) TBC-LL¹ 1308 (here treated as simple vb.). forruimther a cend forsin chloich, LL 122b24 . gaibidsi a da cois co ro ḟurim a cend fon usci, 279b43 ( SG 414 ). ro fuirmed hé isin Sábraind, MacCongl. 19.10 . foruirmitís ... a tengtha dar slesa a cloideb used to lick their swordblades Alex. 660 = ro ruirmitis, BB 494a38 . forrurim a láim eter di fertais in carpait co mmebaid in carpat , LU 5065 (here the meaning `thrust' seems implied, cf. fuirmiud, d). as fora mhuinel ro fuirimh C. a lāmh AFM i 182.4 . foruirmiset ... a mind ríg for Tamun, LU 6670 . forruim imbe in cassal, Ériu ii 204 § 22 . cladair fert fuirmigter lia, 23 P 3, 22a ( O'Curry 1886 ). is i Temair. ... fo ruirmed [in chloch], ZCP xx 219.15 ( xiii 372 ) = Temair ... i forromadh, iii 459.2 . co foromad in cúach ar bélaib Cholmáin, Ériu i 46.6 . ardnem ... fora forramad cuairt ind rīchid on which ... has been set ii 110 § 28 . airm i forrumtha na noī tuirid ib. § 30 . Of planting a blow, etc. (Cf. forruim .i. ro gon, LU 457 ). ... in baill isin duiniu hi fuirmither in crēcht ... mad ind agaid ... forrumither, Corm. Bodl. s.v. nescoit ( Corm. Y 975 ). sochaide forḟuirim a buille hi ceand araile, Alex. 262 . ro fuirmeastar beim ... ar in coin, TTebe 605 . Cf. formis [fornis, fuirmis v.l.] ... béim ... do cloidhemh dó, CCath. 2063 .

Impers. constr.: do fuirim snechta foraib snow fell on them LL 287b35 (cf. ro fer snechta, in same text 287a3 ).

(b) of fig. and abstract relations confers, imposes, inflicts , with FOR of pers. or thing affected (similar in use to do-beir): huare ... foruirmed cenn forsnaib cotarsnaib ... (= have reached their climax) Ml. 74c20 . ni fuirmi nech dimiccim foir som, Wb. 8c1 . for nech ni furme dimes thou shalt not treat anyone with contempt Ériu ii 228.1 . resíu forruma bine fornn, TBFr. § 15 . día ro fuirmed recht Adomnáin for Góedelaib, LU 2257 ( FA 32 ). oc B. forurmed a forus sae for feraib H. `was enjoined on' Cáin Ad. 28 . ro furmethe grada forru-sum, BColm. 32.4 . mor do dhelbhuibh ... forruirmeth for sil nAdhaimh, Ériu ii 132 § 105 . is for in Fiachaich se foruirmiset ... in fingail committed Rawl. 142a21 (= ro fuirmiset, ZCP viii 317 ). fuirimh ... briathar ... ar Choisimnach lay a curse on C. BNnÉ 314 § 8 (cf. fuirmedh .i. abradh, O'Dav. 835 ). do fuirmedh támh forra plague came upon them AFM i 58 . in ní forsna fuirmither aigi that [loan] for which no term is fixed Laws iii 492.20 (cf. fuirmither .i. fīraemthar, O'Dav. 853 . foruimter tuinide la cétchor, 824 ). Of exchange (?): fuirimh sin samhaisg ar dhéin, Ériu xiii 25.19 = IT iii 50 (gl. tabair, O'Dav. 849 . Perh. f. here = lay down, i.e., impose, enact ). With omission of pers. affected: da fuirmett faill `if they practise deceit' [neglect ?] Fen. 148.7 . tar ēsse na hālgese forfuirmis the boon thou hast requested (forruirmis v.l.) ZCP ix 449 § 2 .

? Absol. : ó dorochair Duach ... ro fuirmiset for Eochaid Fer fuirmid .i. mac Duach .i. fer forrofuirmed, ZCP viii 303.11 (= ro firmiset Ernai ... for ..., Rawl. 147a32 ; LL 319a42 ; ro fuirimset ... for E. `abased E.' Cóir Anm. 31 . Cf. fer fora ndernadh fuirmheth .i. a lagadh ┐ a laighdugud ┐ a aimnertugud co mor ib. cf. c below). nachas fuirmeda damsa may [the combat] not be imposed on me (?) TBC-LL¹ p. 301 n. 5 . lōg enech in grāid a fuireama, Laws ii 348.26 = v 96. 28 may belong to this. Cf. go sechtmhadh fodhail fuirmither, Ériu xiii 30.27 . ... cach ferainn fuirmhither uadh tre fīrécin nō foruimenn nech ar écin, O'Curry 429 (< H 3.18, 233a ). Cf. fine ar a ḟuirmim (= fuirbim, BB 269a25 ) `on his march' as if = foraim) Leb. Cert. 38 .

(c) lays prostrate, overthrows: in Rí dorósat a chrí | ro fuirim a frithisi has brought it low Metr. Dinds. iv 242.20 (ra urim v.l.). co foraim trí coícta troch ib. 39 . co foraim bága in bile, 244.52 (furim; foraib v.l.). ? sund ro báidit ... echrad E. ... báeth in fíad rosforaim and, 182.7 . Cf. inmain uatni óir | ra ḟurmius ar áth (Cú Chulainn lamenting the death of Fer diad) TBC-LL¹ 4179 = forfuirmedh for áth TBC-I¹ 2729 .

(d) in refl. and middle constr. betakes oneself, goes (= Lat. se confert); in this sense the historic pres. is commonly used instead of pret.: fotruim [fodruim, MS.] dot daim `betake thee to thy house' Fianaig. 12 § 23 . fusrumat a n-éin [ = ind euin, 23 N 10, 62 ] remib dia ndaim tar Sliab F., LU 10567 ( IT i 136.10 ; tiaguit, Eg.). farruma do Emain TBC-I¹ 2984 . forrumai do Teumraig, ZCP iii 252 § 72 = faruim, RC xi 448.88 . farruma dano C. la cách dond oenuch LL 125bx . farumai ... co ránic Temraig, Ériu vi 149 . farrumaí immach cucu, LU 7892 ( BDD 148 ). forumai O. for a hiarair, Cymmr. xiv 104 ( Rawl. 131b25 ). fosraemet [fosrumet; tiagait v.l.] ind eoin forsin tuind, BDD 13 . farrumae Concobar ar cind Fergusa, TBC-I¹ 3579 . forrumai [ fosrumaei, TBC-I¹ 843 ] Allechtu ... co mboí forsin chorthi A. goes and perches on the pillar LU 5320 ( ZCP x 208 ). forrumaidi ... co mbui for feinnithecht, RC vi 174 v.l. 17 (-idi is prob. anaph. pron.). Cf. ro lingestar lēim ... conadh ann ro fuirmistar ar glan-aiglind scēith in churad alighted MR 234.3 = ro uirmesdair, LL 410a2 (see airmaisid). forrumai nonbor díib thoromsa ┐ Conchobar, LU 4886 . conid forruim isind tulaigh, RC x 74 n. 1 (= co ro tairis, 72z ). condfurruimset ib. n. 16 (= condaturnsad, text.

Cf. farumai co Sencha dus cia dogenad he betook himself to S. to see what he should do (?) H 3.18, 367a37 ( O'Curry 785 ); `referred it' (of a decision) Plummer, MS. notes.

fúasma

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Forms: fúasmad, fuasmadh, fuasmad, fuasmada, fuamanna

n (cf. indsma) later often written fúasmad. A blow or thrust (of a pointed weapon, generally a spear) : mád f.¤ doberthar di mairfid fer cach f.¤ it will kill a man at every thrust LU 7717 ( BDD 129 ). co tarat fuasma tria Odrán, Trip. 218.6 (2581) = lancea Odranum transfixit Lat. Lives 56 ; fuasmadh, Lism. L. 428 . cach fer dothiged ... doberead fuasma ind don crand sin, Thr. Ir. Gl. 32 s.v. nescoit = fuasmad, Corm. Y 975 . dober L. fuasma do gai mór indseom LL 275b8 . ro marbhadh ... lá fuasma do gae, AFM v 1430.14 . tucc-somh fuasma da claidib fair, CCath. 3683 . pl. fuasmada garbta gaibtecha, 6086 . d'fuasmadaib laigen, 3630 . ? a bhfreagartha ┐ a bhfuasmanna a bhfraisnéallaibh ... an aidheoir, Todd Lect. iv 84.9 (leg. fuamanna ?). (Fig.) rogabh fuasmadh mór feirge í fit of anger Ériu v 100.6 (leg. fúasnad ?).

Goibniu

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Forms: Goibnenn, Gaibnenn, Goibniu, Goibne, Goibniu, Gaibniu, Goibnenn, Goibnend, Gaibhneann, Goibhnend, Gaibhneann, Gaibhneand, Gaibhnind, Ghaibhneann, Goibninn, Gaibne, Goibhninn, Goibnenn, Goibnind

pn n, m. n s. also Goibnenn, Gaibnenn.

(a) npr m. the smith of the Tuatha Dé Danann , on whom see V. SS. Hib. i clxiv n. 7 . n s. Goibniu goba, Thr. Ir. Gl. 32.19 (s.v. nescoit ) = Goibne, Corm. Y 975 . Goibniu, RC xii 80 § 75 . Gaibniu, 96 § 126 . Goibnenn, 92 § 122 . Goibnend, MacCarthy 294.2 . O'Mulc. 665 . Gaibhneann, Goibhnend, IGT Decl. § 198 . Gaibhneann, Ó Bruad. ii 232 § xxvii , § xxix . Acht dealg do-ghēanadh Gaibhneann, Dánta Gr. 14.16 . g s. fiss goibnen ... re naird goibnenn, Thes. ii 248.6 (Sg. Incant.). Goibnend, Laws v 98.22 Comm. bo Goibhnend, Anecd. ii 59.12 . Gaibhneand, Gaibhnind, IGT Decl. § 198 . oighre Ghaibhneann , Ó Bruad. ii 230 § xxii . a s. and d s. Goibninn, RC xii 94 § 125 . Gaibne, 88 § 96 . o Goibhninn , O'Mulc. 665 . For Glas (bó) Goibnenn (also called an Glas Gaibhneach), Goibniu's cow, see AFM i 18 - 21 and supra. Rare as an ordinary npr m. but cf. mac Goibnenn (Gobnen BB; Goibnind, Lec.) meic Aeda, Rawl. B 502, 155a40 .

(b) a smith : g p. glenn na ngoibnenn (= vallis fabrorum), Aisl. Tond. 105 § 2 = glenn gaibthecht (i.e. vallis periculosa) v.l.

gop

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n o, m.

(a) muzzle, snout, beak: int ēn bec | rolēic feit | do rind guip | glanbuidi ... of his pure yellow beak, Bruchst. i § 150 ( IT iii 99 § 167 ). Gop a capite, ar is cend cech rēta a gop, O'Mulc. 672 . srublaingi ima gob in chon, Laws iii 416.8 . an donāl dognī an cú sís | ┐ a gob féin mar bhís, ZCP xiii 7.14 . guib co ngrennaibh (of birds), AU i 296.3 . dogauhdis gles da ngobaib ... i curp na péiste noco toc[h]aithtis a ngvibh amhlaidh sin, Aisl. Tond. 104.17 . lan a ngob, LB 115b30 . dá ngobaibh ┐ dá n-ingnibh (of birds), TSh. 3910 . do bhí ann a ghob duilleóg chroinn-ola, Gen. viii 11 . le lán a ghuib do Ghaoidheilg, Content. xxv § 2 . Of a person: A Ui Cuind ... a ghob ingair ganglam, IT iii 103 § 197.

(b) Fig.

(1) point or head of a spear , etc.: gop gai glais, PRIA iii 542 § 10 ( LL 146b20 ). ni gabat gréim grip guip gai, 540 § 5 ( LL 146b10 ). Of a crozier: gob a bachlle (sic), Laws v 22 n. 2 .

(2) in pl. end of tongs: dobidgad C. ina semunda a gobaib (na) tenchaire, Thr. Ir. Gl. 32.28 . (s.v. nescóit ) = a bélaib na tenchuire, Corm. Y 975.

Compds. ¤choel (epithet of a horse) thin-mouthed: dá ech ... guipchúil, FB 45 . da ech ... gopchiúil, IT i 310.4 . CCath. 4735 . ¤gér sharp-snouted, sharp-pointed: gribha ... goibghera, Lism. L. 3651 . Mogobnat .i. caillech gobger, Fél. 72.14 . fri slendaibh slegh ... ngobger, TBC-LL¹ 5652 (St.). dá gcorránuibh goibghéara, PCT 570 ( Gadelica I ). ¤lomm with bare, fleshless mouth (of a raven), O'Mulc. 836 . gríobh ... ghob-lom, TSh. 6623 . bel gaill gobluim empty-mouthed (?), lantern-jawed (?), IT iii 96 § 150 . ¤úar (of a snipe), TD 34.84 .

1 gor

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n o, m.

(a) Med. inflammation, pus, matter (gore ?): cnoc ... lān do lindchrú ┐ gur, Corm. Y 975 (s.v. nescóit ). nomebdais srotha do ghur brén tria cluasaib a chúil, Thr. Ir. Gl., p. 36 (s.v. prúll) = nothēged a thaosc di gur brēn for a dib culadaib, Corm. Y 1059 (p. 91) . glanaid a gor ┐ a om asa rosc, Aen. 175 . ? gor .i. tine, O'Dav. 1054. As vn. ar ngor a choise fair when his foot had become inflamed, LB 146b49 . Cf. do ṡlánugud in galair boi ina chois ... ┐ met a nemi ┐ a erchoti (of same incident), 147a28 .

Compd. ? gur bo leir indsmadha na n-arm tre erranaib na n-áladh is in taebh ba faide o n-a gor-gomhaibh from his inflamed wounds (an leg. forgabhaibh ?), MR 272.6 .

(b) Of the brooding of hens: da eisene déc ag gur, O'Curry 882 ( H 3.18, p. 394b ). i mbliadain ghuir, ib. Cf. an chloch na mbí an ghorta ar gor the stone fortress in which famine broods, Tribes of Irel. 40.16 .

liïd

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Forms: líud, líthe

v later with stem líd-, líg-, líth-, lí-. Vn. líud, part. líthe. IGT Verbs § 37 . Charges, accuses, imputes to.

I In constr. with FOR.

(a) liimse forrusom díltud esséirge Crist I accuse them of denying Christ's resurrection, Wb. 13b18 . límmi for Dia ní nád deirgéni, 13b17 . líit fornn a épirt, 2a13 . ni liim for suide `I do not make Him responsible', 10a1 . fer for a llither forcraid netraid `a man who is accused of excess of lust', BCrólige 29 . fer fora liter go, Laws i 198.13 Comm . mad innraic lidhis ar eisinnraic, O'Curry 285 ( H 3.18, 157 ). cinnti leis nach é an tí for a líann dorinne an cin, O'Curry 2490 ( Eg. 88, 40a ). ni lia for sochlacha sargnima .i. ni ro lí siú for na deghlaochaib, ib. cene . . . buí G. . . . occondísin líthe bine fora mnái (lithe, lítear, vll.), Corm. Bodl. 24 (s.v. nescóit ). líthe foir fomus, Ériu xviii 24 § 42 . do thempul Ierusalem ro líset sum for Isu sin do ráda, PH 3147 . na breca duba lifess Demun form, LB 240b41 . is fairre uile liess da eurndail do bheith fuoirre he claims that it is the whole of it (i.e. alphabet) which is divided in two, Auraic. 3385 . frisin cair ┐ frisin míclu liít in senadh forain, CCath. 5068 . in rannán dogniatsom / . . . is form-sa duslíat-som: / for coin líter cech ndíbhe, ZCP vii 268 § 1 . do líadh oruinn olc Umhuill we were accused of wreaking the destruction of U., O'R. Poems 2500 . mac nach lem, liter orm-sa `is fathered upon me', BCC 353 ( ZCP viii 561 § 1 ). Note also: is clann díreach lithior lais `is attributed to him(?)' (Gloss.), O'R. Poems 3023 . uair nocha lit[h]eir olc uad since no accusation of evil is made by him, ACL iii 308 § 32.

(b) Of illicit sexual intercourse (cf. Corm. Bodl. 24 cited above): líter fair ben Chrínraidh he is accused of violating the wife of C., Cóir Anm. 142 . Mac Giallcada . . . ar ar-líeadh Uaine aluind, ZCP xiii 221.12 . do lígadh a ben roime sin air, Celt. Rev. iv 18. Hence promises in marriage : líthear ort . . . / caor do mhianaigh Mogha Méid / sona an liamhain dod leithéid, DDána 97.9 . Of a prince and his territory: líthear é ar Cruachain Connacht, O'R. Poems 1078. Cf. ná lí Teamraigh ar ó dTáil, IGT Verbs ex. 356.

II With direct obj.: accuses, (in certain contexts) accuses of sexual crime: a gillu Connacht nad liu / for trommacht, Sc.M² 21a , perhaps a mere poetic inversion of the more usual construction described above (but see Gloss.). ná lí do mhnái co finnair, Acall. 582 . da curtar in tadamus fo cluais na mna liter, admaigi a fir uile, Celtica ii 80.339 . arc rolith (.i. corp rolen) he accused (i.e. subdued?) the body, ZCP v 486 § 8 (B. na f.). do líedh an gadaighe 'san gniomh sin, BNnÉ 238.24 . Cf. mádh luidhi líthear-somh / i n-gnímhaibh geimhlibh `if they are charged on oath with deeds (deserving of) fetters', Leb. Cert. 140.3 (but for luidhi read perhaps líud; líud, BB). roliad si iarum a Colcain, Anecd. i 7.12 = a[r] C[h]., SCano 210 (see n. 0 ).

1 nescóit

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Forms: nescoid, ̅nd̅, ̅nd̅i, neascóide

n f. (for suffix cf. oróit, purgóit, etc.) an imposthume or abscess: nescoid, gl. apostema, Ir. Gl. 843. nesscoit .i. ness cnoc ┐ scoit lind, Corm. Y 975 (i.e. a lump or swelling containing watery matter). Freq. in med. texts, often in contracted form ̅nd̅, pl. ̅nd̅i. is inund nescoid tri Gaidlig ┐ opostema tri Laidin, Rosa Angl. 160.4 . nescóid lenna finn , O'Gr. Cat. 181.32 , Éigse iii 223 . cuis na nescoidi, RC xlix 43.8 . in febribus abscessus .i. an tan tigidh nescóidi isna fiabrussaibh, 23 K 42 , p. 55.4 . neascóid iona croicionn, Levit. xiii 18. g s. na neascóide , ib. 19 .

Fig. a blemish, disgrace (a boil on the face being a traditional symbol of dishonour): as nescóid ar ghiolla an reachtaire a breith uadha, RC xxix 220.3 . na trí neascóide neimhneacha, ML 78.25 (of fortresses built in the enemy's country).

2 nescóit

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n (B. na filed) traditional history or legend? ar nescoit (.i. ar tṡenchus na nGaoidhel) ní bin a ca[i]l (.i. a coimhét), ZCP v 483 § 3 = ar neasgoid ni bhfionn a chail, iii 378 ; i.e. he has knowledge of the antiquities of the Gaels (of a poetaster), a sense prob. inferred from the exordium of Corm. Y 975 : nesscoit .i. iss é senchas na nGaoidel (where s. na nG. is not a definition but refers to the tale following).

scoit, scóit?

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n liquid, drink (?): nescoit .i. ness cnoc ┐ scoit lind, Corm. Y 975 (83.z) (scoítt, Bodl., scóit, LB). sgoit lind, Lec. Gl. 277 . braenscoid na conaire muddy water (?), Acall. 3868 . Cf. scó?

1 tellach

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Forms: tenlach, tenlug, telluch, tellugh, tellaige, tellaig, telchai

n o, n. (teine). Earlier tenlach. d s. tenlug, LU 1483 . telluch, MU 6.6 . tellugh, Ériu i 214.z . n p. tellaige. tellaig, Laws iii 400.1 . Trip.² 2571 . telchai, 2546 . IGT Decl. § 55.

(a) hearth, fireplace: tenlach .i. tene-lighe, Corm. Y 1209 (= tenlaeg, Corm. 42 ). `teanlach' teine go fíor, Metr. Gl. 20 § 64 . hic focus tellach, Ir. Gl. 511 . Cf. haec trabecula taebhán tellaigh no comladh, 71 . ro glan ... a téllach, Trip.² 178 . isin tenlach, 179 . itir ... tenlach ┐ céim, Cáin Ad. 41 . secht tellaige, Sc.M² 2.1 . blai tene t.¤ no aithine `fire on the hearth,' Laws iii 264.1 , .i. slan don ti astas in teine a t.¤ in tighe thall, 2 Comm. na seagar im t.¤ mboaireach ach tri haidche bede cora la thuath `nothing is sought of the hearth of the bo-aire ,' v 438.23 . Cf. esgal nó tenlach .i. census quod tollitur gl. tolletum tollitanus (leg. Toletum Toletanus, Edd.) hearthmoney (?), Sg. 36b4 . bid fas a tellaigi, Fen. 158.4 . is é in tipra na telluch thechtaide é na fétaither d'athgúd na d'eligud, ua ríg h-Erend frozen hard as a hearthstone (? i.e. firm and immovable, see técht, 2 téchtaide), MU 6.6 . ar thindib ... taidlecha tellaig, MR 238.8 . Creidni cerd do ghebhedh neimthenchus | triasan criaidh teallaigh `who used to get privilege through the clay of the hearth,' Leb. Gab.(i) 160 n. 2 (cf. Corm. 32 nescóit ). i dteallach toile an fhíréin, TSh. 9608.

(b) household, family (cf. teglach): dolotar fir Mumun ... ┐ imroíset a telchai inna n[d]egaid, Trip.² 2546 , `their households fared after them,' Trip. 215 . teallach fēile Ūi Echach, Sitzungsb. Pr. Akad. 1919 v 92 § 1 . tellaigh imda do niter ... re tecmaisin sain claindi re saine nathar, Laws iii 400.1 . a ic do gach teallach is neasa do, iii 68.24 Comm. trí tellaige tra cenéle Binnig Glinni, ZCP viii 297.15 . a dá tháisech tellaig, SG 93.17 . go mbi an cholann 'na chealg-námhaid chinn teallaigh aige, TSh. 7530 . ? To this: t.¤ Temra `the manor (? household) of Tara ,' Ériu iv 124 ff. (see n. p. 165 ). scél tellaig Temra, Metr. Dinds. iii 20.249 . ag cosnum theallaigh Themhrach, ALC i 474.6 .

(c) family, sept (often equated with cenél, treb, 1 túath): iar trebaib iar tellaigib, Metr. Dinds. iii 16.194 . T.¤ nGormgaili ┐ T.¤ Connucan ┐ T.¤ Maeilciarain, Fen. 384.24 . do bhí | gach teallach ard fa uirrí, IGT Decl. ex. 442 . sa timsaighid craebh-fhoghla ... caibniusa tuath ┐ teallach, MR 98.15 . anmanna na tuath ┐ na t.¤ , Stair Erc. 137.

(d) Various: i ngoirmtheallach mac Míleadh country , DDána 90.4 . do dhearg [sé] teallach troighigh `do loisg obair ár slánuighthe Críost mar bheadh teallach,' 40.17 . do bhídís trí teallaighe oile i dTeamhraigh, mar atá Carcair na nGiall ... Réalta na bhFileadh ... Grianán na nInghean ... residences (?), Keat. iii 553 . gach teallach doniter o losgad `a firing by horn or cup (?)' (Gloss.), Irish Texts v 5.19 . cnu do chur a cul in cinn mailli re teallach do denam roimpi ┐ urbruith do dhenam dho do ruib go gnathach, 28 .

tenchor

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Forms: t.

n ā, f. tongs, pincers, forceps: t.¤ gl. forceps, Sg. 70a8 . dobidgad G. asin tenchar (—air, Y) na gaéi ... a gobaib [na] tenchaire, Corm. 32 nescoit . bruth romor is in tenchoir, LU 1878 . airnissi in gobann ... eter bulgu ┐ urddu ┐ tenchoir, Rawl. 138a20 . benaid a fhulta co tenchair dib (sic leg.), PH 993 . [toradh] a uird ┐ a indeona ┐ a duirn ┐ a thendchore, TBC-LL¹ 962 . teannchair do chuirp dom chognamh, Aithd. D. 92.14 . feidhm teanchaire i dtigh gabhonn, TD 19.16 . Of a person: d'Eóghan Óg ... aoin teanchair ghliadh na nGaoidheal, TD 26.48 . a theanchuir ghriosaighi an ghráidh, Ériu ix 10.113 . caer aithleaghtha iaruinn a mbél na teancairi, Oss. v 84.18 . béid a theanchuiridh sin ... dór fhíorghlan, Exodus xxv 38 . Med. muna ndechaidh an cloch amach mar sin tarraing hí le tenchair (lithotomy), O'Gr. Cat. 271.11.