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1 foglaid

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Forms: foglada, foghlaidh, faghlaid, foghladh, foghlaidhe, foghlaidhedh, foghladh, foghlaidhe, -aighe, fogluighe

n i, m. (fogal) g s. foglada, LL 148a13 TBC-I¹ 2354 . n s. foghlaidh faghlaid g s., id. and foghladh, n a p. foghlaidhe g p. foghlaidhedh, foghladh, IGT. Decl. § 52 . In later lang. also foghlaidhe, -aighe; d s. fogluighe, Laws i 206.12 Comm.

One who commits depredations; a plunderer, reaver, used in a wide sense, of vagrants, outlaws, chiefs, etc., often meaning little more than a man at arms , see TD ii 194 n . troethad foglaide `let him put down robbers' Tec. Corm. § 2.7 . ni ba foss foglaide `do not be the servant of robbers' § 19.18 . bás foglada (.i. gadaighe), Triads 92 (one of the three deaths which are better than life). cách fénnid ┐ cach f.¤ dodeochaid asa tir dobered si ór ... dóib ar cungnam risna D., LU 4444 . loingsech no fogluid no feinniuth, O'Curry 879 (< H 3.18 p. 394a ). Labhraidh .. faghlaidh (fadlaig v.l.) fri fuam fairge, IT iii 40 § 35 (ein plündernder Held Bruchst. i § 2 ). ni bia commus for f.¤ .. ┐ genaid cach fer araile, LU 9748 . is cuid foglada acumsa it is an outlaw's portion for me TBC-I¹ 2354 . mac ind ḟoglada icond ulc | o phurt do phurt tiar is tair, Ériu ix 49 § 33 . ro croch ┐ ro mharbh ... meirleacha, ┐ bithbenacha ┐ foghladha Erenn, Cog. 136z . atat tri foglaide oc mo fogail, Mon. Tall. § 39 . na tri foglaigi robatar for ar fogail-ne, IT ii 176.70 . rachait faghlaidh a chille bás obann the spoilers of his church Acall. 1851 . is f.¤ selba cach micorach `he is a plunderer of the land who makes a bad contract respecting it' Laws i 202.4 . sé céad foghluidhe ag argain Éireann, Keat. ii 3770 . S. mac Iarla D. do bheith ina f[h]oghlaidh aisttreach, AFM v 1748 . ceand foghladh ┐ díbearccach ḟer nEreann, 1706.3 . dorónadh foslongphort lasna foghladhaibh (of the clans which took part in the revolt of James Eustace in 1580) 1736.11 . Passing into sense enemy: ba f.¤ dond ḟéin, LL 203a30 = Ériu v 222 . foglaig do Moel Ochtraig fo choill, Ériu v 36 . mairg as fhaghluidh ... dho, Dán Dé xxviii 44 . foghluidh Dé (of Satan) A. Ó Dálaigh xxxvii 9 . faghlaidh (: adhbhaidh) Toighe an Trir, L. Cl. A. B. 223 .

See 2 foglaige.

Compds. banfoglaid , O'Mulc. 640 . fearḟoghlaidh, Todd Lect. iv 100.6 .

genit

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Last Revised: 2013

 

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(a) a female mythical being of malevolent powers : no sgrechat na geniti dó, LU 8875 ( FB 67 ). ar donadbat genaiti (gl. .i. mna) áesa a Tenmag Trogaigi (gl. .i. a Maig Mell), LU 3520 ( SCC § 28 ). na trí gheinide ghnúis-uathmhara, ML 118.32 . Gen. in phrase geniti glinne : demoniac spectral women of the glen : a kind of other-world Amazons who with like supernatural beings appear with shrill cries on the battle-field : is cumma congairtis de bánánaig ┐ boccánaig ┐ geniti glinne ┐ demna aeóir, TBC-I¹ 1924 . bánanach no bócanach no genit (giniti St.) glinni, TBC-LL¹ 1537 ; 2584 (geiniti) ; 3301 . foídis S. iat ... cusna genitib glinni, LU 8871 ( FB § 66 ). etar ... badhba bēlderga ┐ ginite glinne, Fianaig. 94.25 . genit glinde .i. ben i nglinn (gen .i. ben, glynnon .i. foglaid .i. banfoglaid bid a nglinn), O'Mulc. 640 . Also gelliti glinne, through confusion with 1 geilt, q.v. : boccanaig ocus geliti glinni, Cog. 174.9 . raloisc na secht gelliti isin glind, LL 44a18 . do chomgaireadar ... badhba ┐ geilide glinne ┐ arrachta aieir, CF 743.

(b) Applied to Cú Chulainn a weird, sprite-like creature: inn é in genid seo as dech gaisced la hUltu, LU 1439 ( MU 46 ). `Ní rúalae in magsa,' olsí, `nad ro lá genid gráinde a lóeg bó bríuine,', Comp. CC 31.21 = ZCP iii 237.19 . genide grainne .i. gaisgeadh dá marbhthaoi naonbhair d'aon bhuille, O'Cl. (cf. Comp. CC 41.x ).