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do-airchossaig

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v (*to-are-com-sech-, KP 566 ) instructs : ní Fothughud Duaillse ceta tarrcosaigh conbhūachaill mōrcetra 'not Fothad Duaillse, who first trained a herd dog of large livestock', CCIH 155f. n. 222 . tarrchossaig .i. tecosc, ut estfothugud duailsi ceta tarrachaill morcethra, O'Dav. 1598. Cf. nách tussu ém donarchossaig, LU 5052 = dodnarchosaig, TBC-I¹ 564 .

dochraite

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Forms: dochraide

n f. (dochrait) dochraide f., IGT Decl. § 3 .

(a) want or badness of friends, friendlessness (opp. to sochraite): nad airillet i nuidib d.¤ .i. . . . cia ro beitis i ndicairdigi ime, O'Curry 435 ( H 3.18 235b ). for rinn sochraite (.i. fo taeb geilfine) na d.¤ (.i. cid uatha imbrathar) . . . .i. on fir dicairdech no degcairdech, 436 (236a). nem-lega tighi do tur, dochruite nduine no truma tuarasdail, dethbir iter in d.¤ ndaine ┐ in truma tuarasdail, in d.¤ ndaine ni fagbann lucht fira, O'Curry 2618 ( Eg. 88, 52 (53)d ).

(b) state of being oppressed, misery, hardship (esp. of a humiliating nature), indignity: atcota daidbre dochraite (i.e. the poor are oppressed), Anecd. iii 12 . dochraide ríg Temrach, BDD² 1057 , 1065 . am din gach dochruiti, IT i 142.3 . tri ái nad eplet faill: ái dochuind ┐ d.¤ ┐ anfis, Triads 153 . d.¤ luirg unrelenting pursuit, Rawl. B 503, 22d . ba mór d.¤ Chairinne oc in rigain ┐ ba hé méid na dochraiti corbo héicin di usce . . . do tharraing, SG 326 . éigim dochraiti . . . fothugud do ríg hErenn form thír, RC xxv 26 . cech dochruide rodāmair | o shil Adaim, Ériu i 41 § 6 . luid . . . do haccāine a dochraite (referring to an ignominious mutilation), ZCP viii 316 . fál dochraite `barrier of oppression', Laws iv 376.16 . i ndoere ┐ i ndochraite ┐ i cumalacht do Eogan enduring slavery and oppression at the hands of E., RC xiii 444 . rogabh toirrsi a cenel fen rempa ar mét a ndocraide dóib the oppression they suffered from them, BB 417a31 . fri hosnadhaigh ban . . . ic a ndochraidi, Leb. Cert. 18 = aga saragud, BB 267a20 . Folld. by FOR (AR): oc imbert écni ┐ dochraite for lucht na críche, Moling § 57 . With Ó indicating source: boī dochraite mōr for clannaib Nemid ... .i. ō Morc mac Deled ┐ ō Chonand mac Febair, ITS xxxix 122 § 242 ( LL 632 ). do innarbu na dochraite robui for Laignib o Mumnechaib, Rawl. 127b41 . ca fáth fá raibe dochraide (docraaide, MS.) ó echtrannaibh orra , Expugn. Hib. 26 . bai dochraitte adbalmor ar Erinn ... ó genntibh ... ocus ó dhanaraibh, Cog. 2 = dochraiti, 221 (LL).

? duailse

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n : ní fothugud d.¤ ceta tarrachaill morcethra, O'Dav. 1598 ; ? leg. ní Fothughud Duaillse ceta tarrcosaigh conbhūachaill mōrcetra 'not Fothad Duaillse, who first trained a herd dog of large livestock', CCIH 155 n. 222 .

foirb

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Forms: forbbae

n f. (by-form of orb(b)a ?) landed property, an estate: deichthimna Cathair ... f.¤ cech duine mar as dlecht, Metr. Dinds. iii 20 . cach main ... boi lasin saír ... acht f.¤ dáer ar dilse `tenant-land held in fee' 300 (corresp. to: boí ... indmus lesi ┐ ni boí forba, Dinds. 60 ). rorog fóir fri fír-suide ... f.¤ narb amdes do cherdu, Metr. Dinds. iv 318 . cundased [ = conidsed BB] forb forsa-rir Mis atharda, in sliab ucat `the land for which M. bartered a patrimony' Dinds. 51 = BB 376b . consāid in ri ruad f.¤ , Rawl. 116c42 = Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 18 § 18 (emended by Meyer to: oirb). bid am croaidh si for a uile ḟorb da eis, CCath. 4048 . tainic a chinél ... cu Bretnu ┐ dogabhadh f.¤ leo ann, Lism. L. 43 . .xx. bliadan do ... i rigi thuaiscirt Erenn i f.¤ in athar ... YBL 317b11 . g s. (?) fothugud do rig for mo chuit forbbae ┐ feraind do gres, Rawl. 134a4 = form thir ┐ form thalmain RC xxv 26 ( LL 270b46 . YBL 113b47 ), but this may belong to forbbae (= orb(b)a, q.v.). ní ro toifnithi as a ff.¤ ndilis AFM vi 2216.11 . In wider sense: nócho n-ághaibh foirbh thalmhan nó nimhe `the inheritance of earth or heaven' Leb. Cert. 134 . ba f.¤ athar ┐ sen-athar doib he (of an heirloom) LB 158b19 .

? Compd. ¤duine : Mag Tibra ... | in fedadar forb-daine | ...cia o sloindter ... ?, Metr. Dinds. iii 432 . Cf. orb(b)a.

forránach

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Forms: Forranach

adj o-ā aggressive, violent . Of persons: fer fergach f.¤ , Tec. Corm. § 32.7 . dligid cach f.¤ fuidbech, ZCP xi 84 § 34d . ni bi [leg. be] forranach dalae `sei nicht übermässig (?) im Zusammenbestellen' Bürgschaft 31 § 84 . flait[h] fodbach forranuch, ZCP iii 465.1 (B. in Scáil = foranach, xiii 380 , xx 226 ). fiana ... forranc[h]a, CCath. 5364 . As subst.: foranach Cnogbai, ZCP xii 236 § 56 . As alleg. npr. m.: Forranach mac Forecne, Anecd. ii 49 . forbartach forranach (of a bull) LL 247a10 ( IT iii 245 ). dá ech ... forráncha, LU 8594 ( FB 45 ). LU 10201 . TBC-LL¹ 3378 . ri fothugud feirggi forranaigi na féinned, LL 239a30 ( TTr. 1660 ). táinic ... 'na thorainn ḟeargach ... ḟorránach, ML 134.15 . 'na bhfraischeathaibh ... forránacha feirge, TSh. 2075 .

Cf. secht maic forranaig Echen, ZCP viii 321.14 ; possibly this belongs to fo-ricc, q.v.

fothad

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Forms: fothuda

n u, m. vn. of fo-suidethar, Thurn. ZCP xiii 300 .

(a) the act of founding or establishing ; foundation, basis (?) : fothath .i. fothugud, unde dicitur : rofothath flaith for Raigni, Corm. Y 659 . Fothad Ratha Grainne (name of a structure at Tara), Dinds. 1 § 34 . némain .i. fothud (.i. is gilithir nemaind aní fothaigim) `a pearl in setting (?)' RC xxvi 24 § 87 . Cf. Fiachu fothath fechair forbdine, Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 18 § 3 ( Rawl. 124b7 ) ; `Auflösung' = ` dissolution (?)' K.Meyer.

(b) gramm. case-name given to a noun governed by the prop. `fo' : fo fiur a fothud ` fundative ' Auraic. 1524 .

(c) transf. support, sustenance, i.e. food, refreshment (see Stud. in E. Ir. Law p. 42 ff ). sasad fiach, f.¤ mbran, LU 6808 ( BDD 35 ). bíad glan ... braichlind muád ... feinne fothud, LU 8716 ( FB 53 ). g s. athgabail fothuda cairr `distress for the support of a champion' Laws i 226.32 . Cf. bo fodhadha cumaile (one of the `nemid athgabála'), H 3.18, 376a ( O'Curry 814 ) = bo fothuda cumaile, H 3.18 390a ( O'Curry 864 ), and see fo-suidethar.

fothugad

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Forms: fothaide

n u, m. vn. of fothaigid.

(a) settling on a basis (1 fotha), establishing, founding (lit. and fig. ): re fothugud hirisse `before the founding of the Faith' Thes. i 495.12 ( Ardm. 107b ). tri cella décc dfotughadh le R., Ériu v 105.19 . Ath Truim do fothúghadh la Patraicc AFM i 130.7 . a urnaighthe d'fhothughadh ar carraig na humhlachta, Parrth. Anma 250.19 . fothughadh .i. cumhdach no tionnsgnamh; f.¤ eagailsi, O'Cl.

(b) supporting, upholding: cetri cláir ic f.¤ ┐ ic fulang ... na sanctaire, LB 120b38 = YBL 67b25 . clar fothaigti BB 241b39 (= fothaidi, YBL 67a21 . fothaide, LB 120b34 ; cf. fothad). tuir fothaighte ┐ fulaing ... na nOirghiall (of Mág Uidhir) AFM vi 2164 . fer tighe aoidhedh do chongmhail ┐ d'fothucchadh, v 1466 . Maintaining, providing for (of food or other dues): éigim dochraite ... fothugud do ríg hErenn form thír ... co bráth, RC xxv 26 § 8 ( LL 270b45 = fothugud do rig for mo chuit forbbae ┐ feraind do gres, Rawl. 134a4 ). curub tualaing gach ae dib fothagud a coibne `to support its own company' Laws v 48.5 Comm. in ní is coir doib d'f.¤ isin lo to provide ii 378.12 Comm . (gl. fothud). Cf. fothugud fes preparation of feasts (a function of hospitality), ACL iii 296 § 40 . f.¤ fial ... fīor-oīghed, Anecd. ii 53 . Fig.: ri fothugud feirggi ... na féinned keeping up LL 239a30 ( TTr. 1660 ). inneoin ḟothaighthi onra a teglaig for sustaining the honour of his household MR 108.17 ( YBL 300a37 , see indeóin). fáidi foillsigthi fis ┐ foirne fothaigthi ┐ fiadnaisi, MR 240.19 ( YBL 309b53 ). Sustaining (a combat), holding out: in fothughadh ... ┐ an fairisiumh doronsat muinter Poimp for a cinn, CCath. 5799 . Cf. is torc tren hi fothugud (of a warrior) LU 8893 ( FB 68 , ` support, maintenance ' i.e. feeding ? Wind.). By extension holding up, checking: ic fostad ┐ ic fothughadh ḟoirne d'á n-ógbhadhaibh MR 316.29 ( YBL 313a41 ).

(c) in gramm. the positive degree: possit ... lasin Laitneoir .i. fothugudh ... lasin filid, Auraic. 644 ; 657 .

indmat

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Forms: indmat, ionnmad, indmad, indmut

vn. of ind-aim. n s. indmat, Ml. 126c16 . ionnmad, BNnÉ 188.y . d s. d'indmad , Fél.² lxxxix 19. oc indmut , LL 281b11 . Cf. indlat.

act of washing the hands or feet: māt .i. lāmh unde indmat .i. ind na lām negar and, Corm. Y 943. mat .i. lámh. as uadha sin a deirthear ionmmat .i. ionn na lámh, mar atá an crobh nighthear an tan adearar ionnmad, O'Cl. s.v. mat. indmat a washing in: amal immefolngi didnad du neuch i.¤ a chos a findchoriu `as consolation is caused to a man by washing his feet from (leg. in) a water pot,' Ml. 126c16 . oc indmut a lám assin tṡruth, LL 281b11 . i.¤ lam iar n-imbirt aibne `to wash their hands after plying the scourge,' Mon. Tall. 143.27 . aurslucud les, fothugud fes, fodhail deine, ōsaic, inmad, adhlaic uile, tech, trebh, teine, ACL iii 296 § 40. a gabhail ind-uisce occ i.¤ do lámh (of a prayer), ZCP i 456.6 . d'innmad chos na clam, LB 228 marg. sup.

By extension, of washing the face: ingen Foraind oc indmad a haigthi ┐ a gnúsi icon tsruth, LB 117a14 .

2 loch

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adj (-ó- ? but see BBCS xxvi 144 n. 10 ) o, ā black, dark: l.¤ .i. dub ┐ doirche, O'Curry 2024 ( H 4.22, 49 ). l.¤ .i. dub, ut dicitur: asoilge laith loch-bronda .i. dub-brondae, cid dorche sāmad cāich ┐ cīd rūndae riam ┐ īarom, docruide a rūna laith d'ól, Corm. Y 803 = l.¤ [.i.] dub unde dicitur asoilgi laith lochrúna .i. dubrúna, Thr. Ir. Gl. p. 26 . a lucht locha na a lucht dub gl. [anacht Noe a] luchtlach, Thes. ii 302.15 ( Hy. i Comm .). loch [.i.] dorcha, BColm. 10.4 . mucogam in so . . . liath (l), l.¤ (f), cron (s), Auraic. 5669 . lóch .i. dubh, O'Cl.

As subst. ā, f. g s. cetdoth loichi (t), cetoth cron (c), cetoth forglaisi (q) of a black sow, Auraic. 5671 . saīthech fo chrōin clū co mboil / dodaing fo lōich lucht as-mbir `ein Störriges unter dem schwarzen', ZCP xvii 301.29 .

The follg. may be compds. of this wd.: ¤bríga: diúchtra a terbaig andregoin / ar dotáet do lochbriga / eter argaib erritib, LU 3527 ( SCC 28 , rhet.), glossed: .i. do laechbriga (`lóchbríga(?),' Dillon, SCC² Vocab .). ¤náma: is torc tren hi fothugud / traithaid nerta lochnamat, LU 8894 ( FB 68 , rhet.). bat neirt ar do lochnamtib, LU 10423 (Tochm. Em., rhet.). co niurt for do lochtnamtib (leg. lochnamtib), 6330 (TBC rhet., H).

tarrachaill

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(ghostword): ni fothugud duailsi ceta t.¤ morcethra, O'Dav. 1598 . See do-airchossaig.