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fota, fata

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fota, fata or dil.ie/24135

Forms: foto, fota, fota, fotai, rofattai, fottai, foto, fotu, fotti, fote, fota, foto, fodo, fotai, faidi, faidi, ḟotai

adj io-iā (but acc. to Pokorny, ZCP xvi 458 , orig. foto g s. of fut ; see fot. Cf. Ml. 60a10 ; Bruchst. § 96 , cited below) fota, LU 1365 . fota, fotai, Hy ii 56 . rofattai, Mon. Tall. § 21 . a s m. lasind fascad fottai , § 61 . a s n. foto, Ml. 60a10 . d s n. fotu, Ml. 82d10 . g s m. fotti, AU 718 . Cf. cu grenlaich fote , Ardm. 17a2 (= *Grellaig fotae ?). fota, AU 745 , 798 . g s n. foto, 745 . Cf. inge C. fodo (metri gratia) TFrag. 62.4 = Bruchst. § 96.4 . n p. fotai, Sg. 5b1 . In later Mid. Ir. sometimes with slender stem in pl. lúba faidi , Acall. 5201n . g du. f.: cectar in da fleisc faidi , BB 242a34 .

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(a) of space or distance : fada (gl. longus) Ir. Gl. 677 . uide foto, Ml. 60a10 . cendidi f.¤ , BDD 82 Y (= LU 7140 ). flesc f.¤ , LB 117b52 . folt ... fata, TBC-LL¹ 213 . ulcha ḟata, Ériu iii 194 § 1 . ni thuca in finn ḟotai a tall fair woman ZCP viii 112.30 . pn As sobriquet : Fercar f.¤ , AU 696 . dom Chummain ... mac find Fotae Fiachnai, Fél. Nov. 12 = Cumain Fota mac F., 242.13 ; Cuimmini fota, Rawl. 90g34 (= LL 351c1 ; Cummeni longus , AU 661 ). C. Foto (: dō), Bruchst. 41 § 4 ). fid f.¤ an extensive wood YBL 109a30 ( Ériu iv 156 ). creacha foda distant forays TD 8.37 . fada ōn Ierusalemh soir far to the east of J. ZCP viii 116 § 26 . In early Mid. Ir. the compar. and superl. seem to be supplied from sír (q.v.) : issía thiagait, TBC-LL¹ 6040 (= as faide St). asna a tháeib bas siriu uaim, 1287 (= bus faidi St). but : san cuid dob foide uadh the part most distant from him BNnÉ 52.21 , faide, Acall. 1866 . foidi, 1865 . With -de : ni ragam do Ierusalem ... ar bid fatite Hiruath uaind Herod will be farther from us LB 139b1 ( Hom. Leg. 72 ). gan aidide dhaodh | Faidide an feur `non obediendo Aodo eo altius gramen' Molloy's Gramm. 212 (ch. xxii) . fatiti, Moling § 19 . faidide, Acall. 6811 .

Of fig. distance : bid fotai chucca far from it! (never !) PH 5247 . fada ó théarnamh dhamh ... da rabh. ... `I have no chance of escape' Dán Dé ix 12 . fada ó im i n-aisgidh é far was it from being a gift of butter TD 37.3 .

(b) of time or duration : f.¤ in gábud sin, LU 1365 . is f.¤ in troscud itai thou art fasting long LL 112a22 ( ScM. 3 ). saegal fotta, Moling § 42 . cid fada cid gairit in re, Laws v 248.35 Comm. ag glacad aimsire girre no faidi, Parrth. Anma 339.13 .

Long-continued, enduring: ferr in cosmail caol fodae moderate persistent routine (oppd. to : saothar obund no remor) ZCP vii 311 § 15 . a ṡlúag na nglond fata ` long-remembered ' Metr. Dinds. iii 348 (: data, perh. imperf. rime). f.¤ int ainmed a lasting blemish, 156 . f.¤ in col ib.

With cop., folld. by clause in apposition : is fata atai i sruth Tigir, LB 112b22 ( MacCarthy 66 ) = is cían, SR 1676 . bud fata bas chian chuman long will the memory endure TBC-LL¹ 294 . uair as fada atú can mo bladh ... do thogbail I am long in raising TTebe 4061 . gid fada gairit bemait ar aenrian whether we be together for long or short Acall. 5478 . gid fata gair bias tír ... fám chois, 5648 . ni fati nā fead ris a mbligfea bó ... bamar and not longer than the time in which a cow could be milked Cog. 182.8 . Loosely used with pers. constr. : Fada mé ar mearughadh sligheadh, Studies 1950, 319 . Cf. the regular use with DO : is fada dam beith a coluinn, it is too long for me to remain ZCP vii 304 § 17 . Fada dhamh druim re hÉirinn, Measgra D. 125 .

(is) f.¤ co : fada go tuigim mo theach, ACL iii 236 § 1 . gid fada gairit co tí whether he come late or soon Fianaig. 74.7 . as fada go dtreicfindsi tusa it would have been long before I would have deserted you TBC-LL¹ p. 509 n. 1 (St). fada co saoilfidis so they were far from expecting this Measgra D. 153 . nirbo ḟata inn irnaide dóib co faccatar ... they were not long waiting before they saw ... LL 175b26 ( CRR 30 ).

is f.¤ limm co (conj. or prep.) I deem it long until ..., I am eager, impatient for: fada lea Rig co ruacht nem, ZCP vii 303y . fada linn gu lá na graifne, IGT, Decl. ex. 1392 .

is f.¤ ... limm I deem ... long, it seems long to me (of something tedious or unpleasant ; often = I think it grievous, am sorry for (without notion of time) : ba fada la hIta beith na ecmais (= erat S.I. tristis de absentia ...) Lat. Lives 103 . ba f.¤ leó rombátár they thought they were a long time away LU 5880 ( TBC-I¹ 1412 ). foda lásan rígh robadur a aos ciuil BNnÉ 107.1 (cf. rex ... contristatus est nesciens quid illis accidit V. SS. Hib. i 223 ). fada leis an bhfear ... gan tocht da thoigh, TD 4.39 . is fada (v.l. fuaith) lim inní docím anois ... isin aér, IT ii2 133.271 . is fada lem do dhol soir, a C. ZCP vii 302 § 6 . fada lim sgaoileadh don sgoil ... foide iná an sgol do sgaoileadh | gan m'oide ag cor chomaoineadh sadder to me than the dispersal of the school is it to have lost my teacher's kindness Studies 1924, 86 . gid goiritt let-sa ... an denus sin ..., as faide le Brían Banba | gan éistecht rem urlabhra, ZCP viii 218 § 2 . gér'bh fada an cath sin, ba foidi le D. [scarad] le[a]choicle, Acall. 1865 .

(c) in prosody, long (in quantity) : pl. bith ḟotai (gl. ... semper longius) Sg. 5b1 . nach tairis acht a sillaib ḟota, IT iii 101 § 180 . tairissium o ḟotaib ┐ cuimrib ib.

(d) adv. (of space or time) : connaca in scath chuci aníar rodarc a sula co f.¤ dond farrci, LU 9059 ( FB 81 ). bui ... co f.¤ ina thost for a long time PH 92 . Absol. : co raibe fada 'na laighe he was for a long time lying (ill) RC xviii 154 . ro fhetutar f.¤ ria ngenemain ... Crist long before PH 6999 . cidh fada bes fair whatever length of time he shall be upon it (viz the land) Laws iv 132.7 Comm. ná bí ní as ḟaide ag anmhain, TD 24.29 . Cf. fad ó riamh long before 23.6 (cf. mod. fad ó shoin, fad ó long ago ). ma fada gearr beirthear é far or near 22.13 .

imm-cuir

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(a) turns round (trans.): gabaid cach fer díb rind a cloidib iter a dá mér ┐ imda-cuiread ima mér, BDD² 684. di gnusib retlann imrolta fo nim `of the faces of the stars that have been cast around,' Ériu ii 132 § 107.

turns away, averts ? : immacurfi sin fogail a muntiri dīnd that will turn away (?) the attack of his army from us, TBC-I¹ 1471.

exchanges: iarsin imcuirsim (leg. imcuirsem, Ed.) dá sleig | meisi is Oilill mac Eogoin | cectar nāthar dībh atbath `thereupon we exchanged spears,' Fianaig. 12 § 22.

(b) Used reflex. bestirs oneself?: luidh ... do thobairt a athar leis do cosnum in claidib. `nítho,' ol Fithil `imodcuri fein it [d]alaib' bestir thyself in thy affairs (?), IT iii 200 § 66.