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aurchail(l)

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n (cf. ar-cuilli) prohibition, injunction: ní haurchail dano laisim cid dognether ess usci dondhí bís for usciu ┐ bargin, Mon. Tall. 143.18 (§ 42) . ni aurchoil laisseom (sic leg.) inn figil . . . do logud he does not forbid the vigil to be relaxed, 145.15 (§ 48) . ní aurcail dano laisiom do neoch cid chodala a lórtid `he does not forbid anyone to sleep his fill', 161.26 (§ 82) . ni aurcuil dano deit a tír ind erlama fort chubus do fodil a toraid do bochtaib, 160.4 (§ 77) . cid noichtsealann . . . ni hurchail (.i. ní crosta) `even a `selann' at night was not forbidden', Rule of Tallaght 1 . fothrucad hi n-imsitin is aurchaill ┐ is corbud, Rule of Tallaght 47 ( LB 11a39 ). ? is and asbert aurchuil cacha mennatta (folld. by obscure utterance), ZCP viii 314.21 .

fothrucud

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Forms: fothrugud, fothragadh, fathragadh, fothaircthe, fothaircthib, fothorcadh, fothracadh, foirthicadh, foirticidh, -adh

n u, m. n s. in fothrugud , Hy v 38 . fothragadh fathragadh, IGT III § 65 . g p. fothaircthe, d p. fothaircthib Sg. 217a4 , cf. fothorcadh (fothracadh v.l.), Anecd. i 68 § 160 ( YBL 8b ), foirthicadh, RC xxix 144 § 68 ( Eg. 106, 49b ), g s. ? foirticidh [leg. -adh ? See below] RC xxix 110 § 3 ( Eg. 106 45a ).

(a) bathing, washing , generally, but not exclusively, of immersing the body: fothrucad ... .i. in corp uile fou, Corm. Y 597 (where it is distinguished from indlat). na derntar isin domnach ... folcad na f.¤ na nige, Ériu ii 200 § 17 . coraig in cloich isin tsruth | dēna fuirri f.¤ | ...co riae in t-usce do brāgait, SR 1598 . co n-acca in n-óclaig oca f.¤ isind abaind, LU 5224 (= ḟothrocod, TBC-I¹ 745 ). dogní [sic leg.] C. a fatracud washes himself IT iii 195 § 36 . arna ḟ.¤ na ḟuil, LL 171a50 ( CRR 4 ). fuil righḟlatha ┐ t'fothragad eisde, RC xliii 120 § 123 . tige fochraicthi (= fothraicthe), Alex. 594 . R. do écc in ndabaigh ḟothraicthe, AFM iii 354.11 . Freq. of washing as a rite of hospitality: boí ... día réir co fothrocud ┐ co folcud ┐ co lennaib inmescaib, LU 9048 ( FB 79 ). as liomsa ... tosach fothraiccthi re bfleidh, ZCP viii 219 § 8 . tosach failte is fothraccaidh (: cain), BNnÉ 255.20 . cf. doroinedh umhla fosaich ┐ foirticidh doibh (which is evidently a corruption of ... umalosaic ┐ fothrucud ...) RC xxix 110 § 3 . o ḟothraictib (-ruicib v.l.) teeib na ḟuaraib, Alex. 866 . dāla in fothraice ... as to bathing ... Ériu v 24.25 . doronait gretha glanḟothraicthi leo, LL 174b44 ( CRR 24 ). dognither gríthgretha do glanḟ.¤ dóib LL 253b45 ( TFerbe 84 ). dorónait gretha glanfothraicthe dóib LL 109b41 ( R.C. xiv 416 ). do rindedh fliuchcaomhna foilcthe ┐ fothraicthe dhóibh, ITS v 82.23 (other exx. s.v. fliuch-). Folld. by defining gen.: foithraicedh criadh (as a cure) a mud-bath (?) ZCP x 303.14 (H 2.12; corresp. to TBC-LL¹ p. 517 ). fothrugadh luaidhe a bath of (molten) lead Ériu iii 164y , cf. lind luaidi do legad ... ┐ fuil ... do theistin isin lind luaide ┐ fothrucad do ass, YBL 137a21 = ZCP iii 227 ). fathrucud fín, Ériu vii 200 § 8 . a bḟothraigthibh fola (of corpses on a battle-field) ML 130.26 ( ML² 1745 ). (Fig.) tobar féile ... do cháidh faoi da fothrogadh, Aithd. D. 18.33 .

Cf. édach na manach dia diunnach ┐ fothraccadh, BNnÉ 296 § 31 , where it may mean washing (clothes), but probably belongs to (b) below.

Of annealing: a dhá ṡleagh ... ar na bhḟothrughadh [sic] as fuil nathrach (perh. merely `dipped' in their finished state), OCT 176 x ( Atlantis iv ). cf. a nDia a lochthobar na leag | cia an foth[r]agadh nach fuairsead ? Ó Héodhusa p. 3 .

(b) a bathing-place, a bath: fothragadh (gl. balneum), Ir. Gl. 822 . in t[h]erma .i. hi linn nó hi fothrugud, RC xviii 385 (cf. YBL 137a cited above). ocna fothaircthib (gl. ad balneas) Sg. 217a4 . corice in fothracud hi Raid Both `the bath at Raphoe' Cáin Ad. 23 . don cloich fothraicthe (stone for heating water), Laws i 68.18 Comm. cf. fotracud forsin clárudh cen tincur o dhune acht na clocha ind ┐ ass IT iii 195 § 36 .

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fuirec

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Last Revised: 2013

 

Forms: fuiric

n o, n., later m. preparation, especially provision for feeding or entertaining ; food, etc. offered in entertainment: condip maith a f.¤ i nnim, Wb. 29c8 (on 1 Timothy vi 19 ; `provision' Thes., `Bewillkommnung' Ped.). nípu du thír nā ferund dó a f.¤ dorigni acht do thorad a da lám ..., LU 4977 . diamad mé douéradh fuiriocc, robadh méth cech manuc, ZCP vii 268 § 4 . atchí an fuirecc mbidh bae occa BNnÉ 301 § 7 . oc indisin dō ind fuiric fogebad, Hib. Min. 46.29 . fichi dabach do cach lind | cona [b]fuireac ós a cind `with the accompaniment of viands' Leb. Cert. 250.6 = co na furigh, BB 281a2 . do luidh a mhathair do breith teneadh i ttigh i mbaoi fuireg i nḟogus ... tiomghart an bhen ... digh don chormaimm, Ériu xiii 24.16 (hence : f.¤ .i. cuirm, O'Dav. 867 ). pl. tri fuiric thige degduni : cuirm, fothrucad, tene mor, Triads 97 . fessa ┐ furic arna ndénam do, LL 172a33 ( CRR 8 ). darónait fessa ┐ fuireca leosum, LL 172aw ( CRR 9 ). se arna breith cuigi ar fuirecc fleide a banquet AU iii 356.28 . tuccadh fuireg fleidhe ... do Ch., ITS v 156.14 . Freq. in association with fled and apparently synonymous : fuireag .i. fleadh no fésda, O'Cl. ac ol a fled ┐ a fuireoc, RC xiii 62.16 . ro chaitdis a bfleadha ┐ a bfuireca, Marco P. 12 . do chaithedar flegha ┐ fureca na nDanar, Caithr. CC § 22 . do bhí a bhfleadh ┐ a bhfuireagh ar a ordúghadh an oidhche sin ML 56.2 (= a fledha ┐ a fuirega, ML² 832 ). síorbhladhach foireacc na ffear hospitality (of Leinster lords) Top. Poems 74.7 ( Top. Poems² 863 ). As technical term (of a due ?) : f.¤ .i. nomen bíd ferthar ria notlaicc ... .i. in banb samna, O'Dav. 978 . ma rometha fuiric .i. in banb samna .i. iter da nodlaic, da .s. ina meath la diablad .n. (= n-aithgena), CIH v 1910.30 . cf. tricha tinne tricha bó | furec ceneoil Fergusso, LU 9584 ( ZCP iii 204 ). Transf. of a pers. or place a provider, entertainer: Acher Foglass f.¤ cet cathrach, Rawl. 115a42 = Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40 § 12 . ? fuirec fesi fír-Themra, Bondarenko 125.15 .

Cf. fer fuiric, H 3.18, 207a ( O'Curry 370 ) = fer fuiriridh, Ériu xiii 16.11 .

imsitiu

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Last Revised: 2019

 

Forms: imsitin

n, [f.] vn. of imm-essim.

(a) seminal discharge: a s. for ns. indand donecmic imsitin hi codlad do neoch ... ┐ ni bi cumman lais ní do faicsin tresambed elned do `when pollution happens to anyone in sleep,' Mon. Tall. 164.5 .

(b) urine ?: fothrucad hin n-imsitin is aurchaill `it is forbidden to bathe in polluted water,' Rule of Tallaght 76 § 47.

(c) Metaph. abundance: dā nem luachtidi lasardha co n-imsitnib aingel indib, Ériu ii 110.1 (= co n-imat, RC xxiv 372.21 ).

sel

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Forms: seala, sell

n o, m. (but g s. seala, Acts xiii 25 ). See Thurneysen, ZCP viii 76 ff . Meyer, Wortk. 47 . A form sell occurs, in the earliest texts only in phrase fri sretha sell, SR 6395 , srethaib sell (: dilenn), 2595 (cf. Fél. 68.15 ) and adverbially before an adverb of place, e.g. súas sell sechtair, TBC-LL¹ 2645 . Originally a different word? seall .i. seal, O'Cl. See IGT Decl. § 95 ( Ériu x 127.23 ).

(a) a turn : cach la s.¤ dún for imrádud dé in s.¤ aile for precept `at one time meditating on God', Wb. 15d9 . Saul iar selaib fri sním | dorat mebail for Dauid, SR 6249 . for rínd slebhe ro-bhadhasa . . . gosa t[s]eal so anois. . . . Acht cheana ingnathach in seal sin anuas. Thurn. Thurn. Zu Ir. Hss. 24.15 - 16 . línais dano cilarnd . . . ┐ dális doib s.¤ cach thrir lee (i.e. one pitcherful was assigned by her to every three), LU 1818 . roscarsam friar n-amalla | oca mbimmís fri cach s.¤ `at which we were wont to be ever', Ériu v 211.89 feib roclass, iar selaib slúaig, | Emain la Macha mongrúaid, Metr. Dinds. iii 368.27 . nó mad fearr la tuaichliu tra | sell fri buaibthiu bladmara, ii 32.90 . ra chuirset ar selaib hí that they had arranged for it to alternate between them, O'D. 2259 ( Rawl. B 506, fo. 21a ). s.¤ for slēchtain . . ., | s.¤ for salmaib, | s.¤ ic scrútain flatha nime, | . . . | s.¤ for sáethar . . ., ZCP v 497 § 9 , § 10 [dú] seal dí dá gach dhuine, DDána 10.31 . hi lloch oighreta go neimh, | seal doibh ann, seal i tteinidh, Irish Texts iv 78 § 40 . gé beith seal étresi air, ii 25 § 3 . tabhraidh dhóibhsen a seal féin `their proper turn', O'Gr. Cat. 535.17 . ar gcoimhlionadh a sheala dhEóin (as John fulfilled his course), Acts xiii 25 . ba gnāth-bhēs bunaidh leō diaigh a ndiaigh gacha bliadhna a seal d'imchar in chanabī d'foghbhāil, Fl. Earls 190.1 . ro iarr B. orra seal an mhuilinn (i.e. a turn for having his wheat ground), Mart. Don. Feb. 15 . ní raibh agad innte acht seal `thy possession of her was but for a while', Oss. iv 28.10 . níor thuig a sheal d'fhagháil air `that he had only a spell of it' (of prosperity), A. Ó Dálaigh xlix 5 .

Freq. of the alternation of the right of succession as, for instance, between different branches of a family: conattaig side s.¤ a hathar don ríge, LL 20b14 . do gheall a seal don Mumain do, Caithr. CC 11.12 . i tig Temra nī bīa a s.¤ | in rī ac nach bīa in deichnebar, ACL iii 223.z . tanic co maccuib Dithorbæ in s.¤ flatha, 325.26 .

(b) a while, a spell : do bhádhas . . . | ag féachain na n-éan re seal, Oss. iv 28.6 . (? To this: fer robæ sund fria sella | Bricriu noithech neimtheṅga, ZCP viii 218 § 18 ). beatha shíor ar sheal ngairid, DDána 37.2 . gorta re seal mbliadhna, TD 15.29 . seal dá ré, TSh. 5326 (cit.). nach tabhair i ndíol gach uilc . . . acht maitheas bréige, ┐ gan acht seal do thabhairt air sin féin dó, 9948 . gur chaith seal bliadhan i bhflaitheas Mumhan `some years', Keat. iii 3335 . Adv. airisem hi fothrucad s.¤ bec iar nespartain, Mon. Tall. 144.8 . leigem sec[h]uinn seal go se | an cland so acht Ros fionn Failghe, LL 394.8 . de tanag tar Glend na n-echt | do beith seal ad coimedacht, Acall. 643 v.l. (= treall, text). seal beag re na bas, BB 444b27 . amal batar s.¤ fota ocin chomrád sin, LB 136b36 . tug . . . | secht ccatha seal sechtmuine, Rel. Celt. ii 295.30 . go ndéin beach dhi féin teach . . . | i n-a mbéidh seal go téagartha, Keat. Poems 379 . rí samlaid ni frith sunn s.¤ , SR 6999 . Fir Bolg batar sunna s.¤ , LL 8a19 . cia rādim nach s.¤ `at all times', BColm. 70.9 . imthūsa Moga N. innister sunn seal eile, ML² 448 . robaisium s.¤ 'na mnai ┐ s.¤ 'na fhir, TTebe 1630 . go ngebhdais righe an dara seal `that they would assume the sovereignty alternately', TFrag. 26.24 . Cf. in seal bes in cnedh ac brachad, Irish Texts v 3.z . seisem innti sealaib sealg, Lism. L. 3823 . do bhí seal ar fán, TSh. 2522 . cach ré s.¤ alternately : gach ré seal d'éis aroile, | i gceannas Chláir Úghoine, TD 26.14 . Muire i n-ar seilbh gach ré seal | gan m'fheidhm uile ar an aingeal, DDána 11.12 . ar s.¤ once upon a time: cōeco con is cōeca fer | luidhsidar leis sunn ar seal `upon a time', Fianaig. 54.17 . ni soinend acht ar selaibh only now and then, Acall. 2413 . do ṡ. for a while: mar bú leo Caiseal do sheal, BNnÉ 259.x . mad ó chintaibh an cind féin bes beidh an tennes do gnáth. ┐ mad ó'n gaile ní bí acht do thseal, O'Gr. Cat. 180.23 .

(c) Of space, a certain distance : luid ond indsi . . . | Deprofane s.¤ siarthuaith, SR 4010 . dara formna síar sell sechtair, LU 6546 . ro-mebaid loim cráo ┐ ḟola dar a bél sell sechtair, CRR 12 . ic tindsaitin a fola sell sís for crettaib na carpat, TBC-LL¹ 686 . dar a midguallib síar seal sechtair, TBC-LL¹ p. 357 n. 1 . tanic s.¤ bec seochom, Laud 610, fo. 25d . nodo-séiti gæth s.¤ siartúaidh isan n-ocian n-imechtrach, RC ix 18 § 12 . anmanda . . . na ceit[h]ri sruth filit s.¤ seachtar eistibh, BB 16a38 . tur roard romor s.¤ o mur na cathrach sin amach, TTebe 2646 . Iarmuma ō Lūachair sīar sell | cusin glenn thīar 'ca tā Drong, Ériu ii 50 § 6 . o 'tchuaid Ísu s.¤ bec uadib for leith, PH 3036 . tainic R. . . . a n-iarmhoracht na Padanach ┐ do bhi seal imgcian uatha, ITS xix 82.2 . téid an fiadh seal ón loch, Keat. iii 2146 . do chuir a' Gen. tóraighecht orro seal don tslighi, Cín Lae Ó Meall. 15.z .

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