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abel

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n (cf. Latin obolus, see EIF 595 ) a coin of small value, a penny (?): is laisin mnai cuit marlestra .i. abel 'the wife has a share of the large vessels, i.e. a penny', CL 160.4 .

airbertnaigid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. airbertnaigid or dil.ie/1628
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Forms: airbert(n)ugud

v (airbert) Meaning uncertain in: is medhōn aratairberat (.i. airbertnaighit) ina cethra so ciasanechtar foferthar work, operate(?), Anecd. v 24.18 . isechtair in duine airbertnaighit na hernaile faillsigugud in coiri do impó oc dénum in aircetail, 26 n.2 . intan isa cethbliadain ra airbertnaigh ria . . . cid fota gur airbertnaighthea ria, O'D. 2366 ( Rawl. B. 506 fo. 43b ).

In Laws Comm. usually translated offers as excuse, pleads (so also Laws Gloss.): ma ro airbertnaighestair nech dia muintir a comairce ina égmais `if one of his people pleaded his protection in his absence', Laws iv 230.13 Comm. man[i] ro airbertnaig a faesam, i 100.5 Comm. ni ro airbhertnaigh cur gabhadh athgabhail, 194.4. Comm. munur airbertnuigh in breiteamnus do breith, ii 334.4 Comm. damad i in turbaid sin ro airbertnaiged, iii 394.7 Comm. nir airbertnaigh nach ac elod ro bi, 430.28 Comm. tacra la fear nad airbir a leass a n-airecht .i. tagra laisin fear nad airbertnaigenn a leas uodein isin airecht, v 252.27 Comm. intan ro airbertnaiged riu cona bu dir do[ib] fechemnus do dénum, O'D. 1658 (H. 5.15, p. 22b) `it was pleaded against them that they were not qualified', Plummer MS. notes. dia nairbertnaighe na haidhe achtrann amaille ris in ngalur . . . is athchor . . . ar do muinathar is dia ceilt ro airbernaig, O'Curry 2307 ( Eg. 88, 23b ).

Vn. airbert(n)ugud.

áirithe

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Forms: áiride, áiridhi, áirithi

adj also áiride. See Vendr. Lex., Lochlann ii 211 .

I As adj. io, iā

(a) certain, sure: ar ní fuirgle nech . . . ní nad airithe, Laws i 84.12 . .i. . . . inni nach demin lais, 23 Comm. airithe .i. deimin nó follus, ut est forsnach taid nac hn-eithech n-airithe .i. for nach fes gait na ethach go follus nó co deimin, O'Dav. 58 . is demin is derb is airithe, PH 6036 . airecht dorimmairg cech recht arithe, LL 343b29 = timmoirgid cách fo recht, Tec. Corm. § 2.30 . gurab áirighthe di dul go hifrionn, Eochairsg. 90.15 . is á.¤ la x x is certain: acht rop airithe laisin muindtir aig dilmuine do Eimeine Ban, Anecd. i 44.9 . ba hairithe les in aird-rig, MR 112.2 .

(b) special, particular, a certain: cia hinad árithe asa mbia eisergi, LU 2527 . ré airithe, Laws v 124.4. Comm. ro aithnedh . . . he i laim airithe, iii 208.12 Comm. seoit sin áirithi ro ghellustar in duine in i nam airithi, 152.z Comm. fri hollamuin nairide, O'D. 2215 (Nero A vii 148a). ?in fuirend (sic leg.) ón á.¤ ata cotarsna dona cendsaib, FA 1 LB ( IT i 170 ). ni fil numir bliadan arithe, Rawl. 75a46 . acht ma ni fes caite bliadhna áiridhe inro slechtoid what particular year, AFM i 6.z . in fers árithi-sea, PH 6501 . uirrígh Aruidhe . . . i n-airdiomdhaiáiridhe `a special high-seat', Keat. iii 581 . uachtarántacht . . . ar nuimir airidhe do chédaibh saighdiuiridhe a certain number of hundreds, AFM vi 2056.2 . ticit laithi airigthi anuas for in magh `on certain days', Marco P. 116 . aroile banscāl airigthe `a certain woman', Fl. Earls 34.11 . Adv. co há. in particular: beannacht róm . . . / go lucht an cheóil . . . / go háiridhe a gceann Chiothruaidh, Studies 1920. 568 § 18 . do bīthin teirce a mbídh ┐ a ndighe go háirighthe, Fl. Earls 10.18 . go há.¤ = maxime, TSh. 4620 . Hence at least: déanaidh trócaire oram, go há.¤ a lucht is caraid damh = saltem, TSh. 4581 . co hairithe for certain gl. iam, Gild. Lor. 137 gl. 20 .

II As subst. f. áiridhi, áirithi f. IGT Decl. § 3

(a) assurance, certainty, safe course: is í áiridhe as fhearr dhamh (Mary), Dán Dé ii 29 . cá fearr áirighthe aice what safer step could she take(?), LBranach 572 . clann Briain ruaid na renn nime / d'féghain nochar bh'áiridhe in a trial of strength with C.B. there was no certainty of success, Caithr. Thoirdh. 128.8 . fleadh ríogh as ḟearr áiridhe which is (our) best hope(?), Aithd. D. 65.33 . sé slóigh ós é a n-áiridhe / ní dóigh é dar n-éaruine, 26 . Perh. also in: atá acum airithe / nocho nfil a macsamla / is dlúith fri Críst mo chaingean, SG 55.39 . Note also: gé tá an t-éag 'n-a áiridhe though death is a certainty, Aithd. D. 46.24 . Further: do thréig ortha a áiridhe `patrimony', Celtica vi 174 § 3 . See also lám.

(b) fate, destiny: cóir eagla fan á.¤ (of Doomsday), Dán Dé vi 19 . cinnte daoil ort dot ithe / a thaoibh is olc th'á. `sad thy fate', xxv 43 . rug doimhne an chroinn 'n-a chridhe / chloinn t'oidhre ar a n-áiridhe `it was the depth of that spear-thrust in His heart that brought Thy Son's race to their appointed end', Aithd. D. 67.24 .

III In phrases. d'á.¤ special, particular; a certain, with adjectival force: atá ag Dia do bhreith breithe / an Luan mar lá d'á.¤ , Dán Dé xxi 26 . go haimsir d'áiridhe, Aithd. D. 19.3 . éacht d'áiridhe, 74.12 . can chett dairighthi on tSabhdán `special licence', Maund. 51 . do réir úghdair d'á.¤ `a certain author', Keat. i 98.10 . a n-áonchás d'áiridhe in one special case, IGT Introd. 10 § 30 . With adverbial force in particular, particularly: cia d'airithe dia nad tabartha ind almsa `to whom in particular', PH 6011 . isin Etāill uile ┐ isin Róimh d'āirigthi particularly, Fl. Earls 192.z . tangatar co Finn dáirithi, L. Chl. S. 47 . Hence at all events, at any rate: ré linn a athar d'áiridhe, ML 8.25 . níor aomh aon asbal eile / 's níor aomhasdar d'airidhe he (Peter) at any rate did not confess Him, Dán Dé xx 14 . As adv. for certain, surely: gealltar d'áiridhe an iorghuil / im Gháiridhe . . ., Aithd. D. 16.30 . seach na heasbalaibh eile / do bhí t'onóir d'áiridhe `thy honour was assured beyond . . .' Dán Dé i 10 . Perh. also: ben ag congmáil mo creiche / ar ḟer d'foghbáil d'áirithi, IGT Decl. ex. 205 . In prep. phrase d'á.¤ ag in store for: atá . . . an bás d'á.¤ agam, Dán Dé xvii 9 . rí gun Fódla d'áiridhe `the king destined for F.,' Aithd. D. 20.2 . gach dream 'gá mbi an ghlóir d'á.¤ aca who are destined for glory, TSh. 8145 . nach fuil d'áiridhe agat / acht seacht dtroighe don talamh, A. Ó Dálaigh xxxviii 4 . i n-á.¤ : go mbí an choróin . . . i n-á.¤ aca in store for them, TSh. 2775 . go mbíd i n-á.¤ a bhfuasgailte so that they are assured of being released, 4465 . bid in t-ibar inairti (ina áirte v.l.) accut, Cog. 144.8 . ni raibhi dano biadh indairithi isin coitcenn, Lism. L. 2352 . do-gní á.¤ de is certain of: dogniam airidi anois do Troiannaib . . . ar ni fuilet longa aco we feel certain of (defeating) the Trojans, Aen. 2047 . dénuid á.¤ dhe so be certain of this, Lism. L. 722 .

Cf. áirmigthe.

augtar

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n o, m. (Lat. auctor). See GOI p. 44 , 574 .

(a) originator, instigator, promoter: ugtar ab augmento, ar donī fēn nī nūa, Corm. Y 1293 . augtor . . . uilc gl. auctorem malorum, Ml. 44d19 . auctair in dana sin (i.e. of magic arts), Trip.² 329 . auctair in deilighthi those responsible for the sedition, CCath. 3260 . a aúctair in báis (to the devil), PH 3927 . is e in spirut-sin is a.¤ do'n labra-sa, 6494 . ughdara gacha earráide, Mac Aingil 6214 .

(b) expert, one practised (in): accaldam auctor ind recto inso gl. scientibus enim legem loquor, Wb. 3c4 (`teachers'). Cf. ugdar (udar v.l.) .i. eolach, O'Dav. 1612 . a.¤ saírsi master wright, LL 3662 . augtair . . . na elathan, LL 219a1 `master-workmen', TTr. 136 . ro ordaigheadar ughdair i n-urthus gacha h-eladna, MR 90.5 . don bhuidhin ughdar wise men, DDána 75.33 .

(c) author, writer, composer (of books, etc.): lasna auctaru `writers', Ml. 35b17 . nach tan do furgaib int augtur brethir for a gin, Hib. Min. 12.410 . auctair ergnaide, SR 50 . augtair ┐ libair aile, LU 5390 . a.¤ inn éolais co n-āeb, ZCP viii 272 § 66 . ic auctaraib na Rōmān, 113.33 . cend na n-áuctor ┐ na ḟátha, LB 137b42 . min-ughdair . . . seach na n-ughdaru toisseacha, Auraic. 58 . ceart rig Laigen roluaid Benen / ar breith ughdair fuarastair, BB 278b8 ( Leb. Cert. 204.14 ). adeitig laisin ugdar, Laws v 92.29 Comm. menma in ugdair, 12.13 Comm. ropu doraidh laisna huctaru na nGáidel cinnas no roinnfitis chrao ┐ díbad, Ériu i 214.3 . deaghúdair, Mac Aingil 5348 . ainm an úghdair, 6199 .

(d) authority: muna bhfuil ughdar agaibh / rét urlabhra . . ., Content. xxii 5 . do nuimhir ┐ d'ughdar aithentadh na hegluisi, Parrth. Anma 2638 .

COMPDS. dál gach ughdair-thim `the man who has no authority on his side', Content. viii 26 . ? augmentum. augtorthórmachtaid fosodain ab augeo , Sg. 65a17 (a. printed as Lat. in Thes.).

bráth

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Forms: brách, -áith, -átha, bratha

n u and o, m. See GOI 198. 1 - 3 . Wagner, Beiträge 294 n.13 , ZCP xxviii 238. Also brách. b.¤ m. g s. -áith, -átha, no pl. inflexion, IGT Decl. § 38.

Judgment, esp. the last Judgment, Doom, Doomsday: brath .i. combrec din donni is braut .i. judex. is la brethemain din a ænur in laethesin in brátha .i. Jesu Christi , Corm. 6. brāth a bratio, ar is ed būaid dēdenach bīas .i. lāithe mbrātha. Bratiium didiu mind doberar for cend mīled iar coscar: sic breth brātha iar forcinn gnīma cāich, O'Mulc. 123. bairesc .i. forcend mbrātha, 179 , cf. O'Dav. 308. lasnahí dofuircifea b.¤ i mbethu `the Judgment', Wb. 25b16 . isamlid dorriga dia do b.¤ `even so God will come to judgment', 28 . co iar mbrath `until after Doom', Ml. 128b1 . immi co tíssat do brāth (:cāch) that led by him (sc. Pátraic) they may come to Judgment, Thes. ii 316.4 (Hy. ii). donnesmart i mb.¤ a brithemnacht .i. arin brithemnas bratha, 322.9 , 28 (Hy. iii). dogoa bethaid no brath he chooses life or doom, LL 19069 ( Misc. Hib. 17 § 3 ). baramhail ar bh.¤ (of a futile attempt), ML 98.12 . sgela . . . an bhracha, KMMisc. 316.27 . smál borb an brátha, IGT Decl. ex. 993. ar cinn bráith (: -tráith), ex. 994 .

Legal: brath .i. bríad .i. fuigheall. ┐ fuigheall on mbreithir brath, O'Cl. b.¤ Cai Judgment of Cae (name of a mythical lawgiver, see Laws i 20 f. Introd. to Senchus Mór), a legal precept , O'Mulc. 125 cited infra; hence law inherent in such a precept, customary law ( Bürgschaft 75.16 ): ba Cai ba breithem laisin luingius uile (sc. luinges macc Míled). Inde dicitur Brethcath no brath Cai . . . brath amh inn cach brethi . . . amuil asberur brath . . . don brath deighinuigh beirius Dia for a duile, Laws i 22.4 - 7 Comm. bráthchæi .i. brethcheo ǽi. aliter quod est verius .i. Cǽi Cænbrethach . . . nach tan bíther can ríg isna tuathaib is bráthchǽi fogniad forru fri hurradus. dia mbe imorro rig is rechtge són amail as maith lais, Corm. 7. Cf. a mbreith Chæi Chaenbrethaig, 9 s. clithar sét. nach tan din mbithe cin rí is na hib (sic) tuathaib is brácai fogni eturra fria urradus dia mbe imorro, ri is rechtgi son amail is maith lais is aire din isberar Cae caoinbrethach de fo bith it bretha rachta no beri, O'Curry 2278 ( Eg. 88, 20bb ). brathcae .i. breth .i. aithgin ae .i. dire, 2757 (81a1), O'Dav. 244. brathchai .i. bretho Cai, ainm aicepta bēlri, O'Mulc. 125. amail isbeir a mBrathchae: anad cach athgabala, etc., Laws i 210.28 . it cetheora urrathas docuisin: urrathas bratha cai, ┐ urrathas cana, ┐ aurrathas cairdi, ┐ aurrathas fri neimtiu, 260.14 .i. a cin a brethemh[n]acht Cai Cainbrethaidh urris .i. is fair aratus a cin is in riaghuil, 274. 29 Comm. it cetheora arag fristobngiter na ceithri aurathais; aithgabail fri brat[h]a Cai, giall fri cain, aitire fri cairddi, gell fri neimthiu, 260.16 (see Bürgschaft loc. cit.). See Jn. Celt. Stud. ii 195 - 199 , ZCP xxxi 39 , Celtica x 51 .

In phrr. día (lá) brátha, see 3 día, : fri laa brátha gl. ad iudicium, Wb. 29a28 . cu llae .m.brátho, Thes. ii 239.14 (Ardm.). b.¤ bennachtan a sentence of blessing (precise application in TBC not clear): bia foind animsin co roseacha brāth bennacht ( bennachtan, LU 6100 ) fort, TBC-I¹ 1629 (Cú Ch. to the Morrígu). dombertsom brāth bennachtan furi, 1752 = b.¤ bennachtan, LU 6254. is é brath forgell (compound bráthḟ. ?) bennachtan Domnaill . . . ro briathraigestar as á bheol `it was in reality the influence of the blessing of . . . D.', etc. MR 298.8 .

In adverbial phr. co b.¤ , co dé mbrátha (see 3 día) till Doomsday, for ever; in neg. sentence never: cech nóeb bói, fil, bías / co b.¤ . . . `up to Doom', Fél. Ep. 290. méraid co dé ṁbratha (: rrátha), Prol. 174. adopart Áed aidacht . . . du P. cu bb.¤ , Thes. ii 242.19 (Ardm.). co brāch nō īar mbrāch, ZCP x 345.2 . ni ba fer dam-sa co brach thú, vi 34.6 . 'na ainbheas go b.¤ ná bíod let them never be ignorant of it, Dán Dé ix 21 . co dtī an brāth, ML² 163.

In wider sense doom, destruction: brath .i. milleadh, O'Cl. ō thuc b.¤ do Ch. `dealt doom to C.', Hail Brigit 5 . is bēimm do brāth (: āth) ma robīth destruction (Meyer), Bruchst. i 55 § 123 ; AFM ii 648.24 . co mbi brāth do thúathaib ┐ do ecailsib `ruin to peoples and churches', Ériu i 218 § 3. brāth for buidne (of a warrior), TBC-I¹ 353. b.¤ ┐ digal, LL 32665 ( TTr. 1873 ). fá díothúghadh deagh-dhaoine . . . an brath céad ┐ ceann ┐ colann `the loss in men', etc. ML 130.25 . daíg ni b.¤ dar brúach, LL 10333. an brath tar bruachaibh `the (man of) destruction over the border', CF 307.

Attrib. g s.: tene bratha `the fire of Doomsday', Mon. Tall. 129.37 . In vague general meaning great, terrible, awful: blascbeim brátha (in collision of fighting bulls), LL 12372. tonn bhrátha an talmhan ar troimnimh (of Vikings), SGS iv 66 § 28.

Compds. With nouns and verbal nouns: aga buaidred, ┐ aga bhrath-aimsiugad, MR 268.30 . brath-airlech na mbuiden, 238.9 . bráithbemenna mára deadly blows, LU 10459. bar a bráthbalcbemmennaib, LL 107846 (TBC). o brathbuilleadaib mora mileta `lethal blows', TTebe 2531 . noco cumgaid . . . a aisneis in brathlai bodba dorocair ar lar na Troi day of doom, BB 444b4 . in brathlecc bidbad, LL 8220 `the des- tructive stone of enemies' (sc. Fergus), TBC-LL² 657 . ro fotraicsidar . . . an mbrathluirg `the lethal club', TTebe 1003 . U. cona brathsluagaib `destructive horde', Caithr. Thoirdh. 45.17 . cona bhrathsocraite, 49.34 . leis an mbráith-theine with the fire of Doom, TSh. 4003.

With adjj. derived from nouns: beithir . . . braithbéimniuch, MR 278.25 . braithbheartach .i. mórbhuilleach, no móirbhriathrach, O'Cl. buarach brath-bodb[d]a `mighty', MR 296.10 . mac Aeda bratbuillig (sic) `warlike', 292.11 . a bráthbullig Midi (subst.), LU 8111 ( FB 8 ). buidni brathgonacha, ZCP xxx 114.31 .

bris(s)id

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Forms: brisde, bris(s)ed

v (bres ? See Thurneysen, Keltoromanisches 94 s.v. (Fr.) briser; Pisani, Jn. Celt. Stud. i 50 - 51 ; cf. also Études Celt. xxv 129 ).

I Trans.

(a) breaks, smashes; destroys; gl. benaid, 1 bronnaid, con-boing: rosbriss no roben (gl. rosṁbī), Thes. ii 346.31 (Hy. v Comm.). ronbris, ronbrúi, O'Mulc. 830 g. na robris gl. nádchombaig, Thes. ii 346.30 (Hy. v Comm.). brisi . . . cia robria ord for inneoin `breaks', O'Dav. 300. brisid scíathu lenna laech, LU 3632 ( SCC 31 ). brisus (brissis, LU) Fergus . . . .iiii. carptiu dēac, TBC-I¹ 325. ro brisiset cleith di clethaib ind rightige, LU 8371 ( FB 25 ). brister in carbat, Laws iii 264.23 Comm. gur mhionuigh ┐ gur bhris iad, TSh. 821. anbthine . . co ro-bris a longa ` wrecked ', PH 7040. Of bread breaks (into parts); cuts up: tuccad (bairgen eorna) . . ., ┐ ro-bris, PH 1771. Of inflicting physical injury breaks, fractures; injures (bones, limbs, etc.): brí ([ro] bri[athar], ed.) .i. brisster . . . diablad n-aithgina neich ro briathar .i. diablad sin boin bristi ┐ bó laisin mboin slain, O'Dav. 287. ro brise Cochlán gilla Léith, Ériu xiii 66 § 61. Cf. co ro brised leo C. gilla L., Dinds. 126. go róebriss (curro bris, Stowe 5021) cnáim i n-a chind, TBC-LL¹ 6138. brister coss erēne circe, Fing. R. 310. tothfond foro co mbrister `until they (sc. horses) are injured', Laws i 164.14 Comm. In more abstr. sense. na briss . . . mo chride, LMU 18 ( IT i 81.37 ). ro brissed (rus-bris, v.l.) co mór `he was greatly broken', RC xiii 60 § 55. nīr bris a hōigi in t-Ardrī did not violate, ACL iii 244 § 10. In poetry, causes imperfect rhyme (by not employing corresponding consonant classes): snaidhm gaídhilge agus a glas | créad bhriseas 'what causes the binding of pronunciation and its clasp to be imperfect', Celtica xxvii 58 § 1 . bristear aghaidh i n-aghaidh | comhardadh ag cosanaibh 'consonants corresponding to one another make rhyme imperfect', Celtica xxvii 58 § 2 . See also comardad (c).

(b) With following prepp. etc. cid nodmbrisi in fer so a bóairechas? what deprives this man of, etc. (?), Críth G. 145. brissis gésca din chrund, Fraech 196 .

(c) defeats, puts to rout; overthrows; gl. maidid, sraínid. Absol. and with FOR (AR) usu. with obj. cath, irgal, etc. Also with DI: muna má .i. muna mbrisi, O'Cl. rosroena .i. robrisse gl. roróina ( reunn cathu, 18 ), Thes. ii 325.36 (Hy. iv Comm.). ? brissid úath n-adarccna (rhet.), LU 8354 ( FB 24 ). brisid Cūc[h]ulaind tricha lōech dīb cosin tailm C. overthrows (injures ?) thirty . . . with the sling, TBC-I¹ 1075. brississ tola he (sc. C. Cille) subdued desires, ZCP viii 197.5 . brister immairecc fairsom gl. conterat, Wb. 7c4 . cach immarec . . . is M.F. nod ṁbrissed, Fing. R. 61. ro brisius aurgala / for triunu na túath, LU 9349. noí catha ro brissitár rempu, 2797 . oenḟer ro bris for cach, Sc.M² R 8 . Note also: an tí dobrisfeadh uirre gan an chain ┐ an cadhus sin do dhíol `whosoever should refuse to pay (her) that tax', etc. Ériu v 94.17 . brisis Mogh Nuadhat de `M.N. defeated him', Keat. ii 4077. brisfighear díot fá uile ríoghachtaibh an dómhain (= dispergaris per omnia regna, Deuteronomy xxviii 25 ), Eochairsg. 80.5 . Fig. go mbrisfimni (mbrisimni, MS.) . . . / don ríoghraidh ghil `we (sc. poets, with our . . . praise) shall put to rout', Ériu ix 164 § 14.

(d) Of an oath, pledge, justice, etc. breaks, violates, transgresses with prep. FOR (AR) prec. indirect obj.: dia brisistair na reanna aicsidi ┐ nemaicsidi fair when he violated the stars, visible and invisible, Dinds. 81. bristir fír fer for Coin C., LU 5839 (TBC). ni ba me brisfes firindi fair lit. (that will) infringe justice on (him), Aen. 2744. do briseadh cunnradh ar cách, DDána 21.1 . Conn . . . nár bris bóid, IGT Decl. ex. 680.

II Intrans.

(a) breaks; breaks down, fails, comes to an end: ni robris (= non est fractum), Lat. Lives 80 § 73. ge nār brissetair leaca oigridh na prímhabhann, Fl. Earls 64.14 . do bhás uí Ch. . . . / druim ratha Banbha do bhris, SGS iv 66 § 27. brisfidh do dhearc your sight will fail (in death), DDána 43.8 . With AR: brisidh uirre re lo conoidhche it opens (of an abscess), 23 K 42, 434.18 . fa dheoigh air ass iad (sc. bronnta) do bhris `the gifts . . . failed him at last', O'Hara 950. With amach: brisfid do chantaóirighe amach le fíon nuadh = thy presses shall burst out, Proverbs iii 10. no gur bhris síad amach a harm an Priustúnidh `they broke away from', Rel. Celt. ii 206.6 .

Part. dar bernadaib brisde , CCath. 4104. for comardad briste imperfect rhyme see Murphy Metrics 1 , Ir. Syll. Poetry 8 - 9. bristi, na bi a n-aic[d]e ` broken (silver), not made up', Laws v 396.19 Comm.

Vn. bris(s)ed.

See bristid.

comméit

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n (méit) equal, proportionate size, amount, quantity : comméd .i. comma a méd ┐ indī dianda coimmēid, Corm. Y 269 . is comméitt no is cutruma dlegur don aire, Laws iv 68.16 Comm. iar comet ┐ iar comhlaiget, BB 277a29 `be it great or be it little', Leb. Cert. 184.6 . an coimméd cedna dhó, CS 288.3 . With gen.: isin gréin . . . / sé commet dec in talman, SR 300 . dorat a thri ch.¤ im E. subjected E. to three times as much, LU 8248 ( FB 19 ). dotéirged indala n-ai immach commeit chori cholbthaigi (an eye), 3262 ( SCC 5 ) (adjectival? See below). inis a comeíd, BB 40a27 . gan coimmēid n-aonordlaig / d' esbaid, ZCP viii 211.21 . With art. and follg. DI: laisin comeit sin do re, Laws i 236.16 Comm. in coimeid sin do ulc do denum, BB 437b39 . Note also: comet a rucad d'almaib as many herds as were carried off, Ann. Conn. 1307.10 .

As adj.: do chloind chomadais ch.¤ ample, Metr. Dinds. iv 188.28 . comméitt cadhais iatt aráon, BNnÉ 256.11 . lochaid . . . comet sinchu (with a p. like equat.) as large as foxes, ZCP xxx 132.13 . = medithir sinnchu, Alex. 749 . iatlanna móra coméit columnai, 740 . coimeid re colpaigh mbliadna (of salmon), KMMisc. 314.21 . Adv. ba coimméd ra marbdaois (sic leg.) were alike slain (clerics and laymen), TFrag. 208.7 . Inflected forms in adjectival use (cf. comméite): in corthe már . . . comméte fris fessin, LU 5750 . roptar cutrumma comméti (of flocks of Ailell and Medb), TBC-LL² 70 . ni hairchend combat commeti ule cuirp na esergi will all be the same size, LU 2547 . do ronsat . . . trí catha . . . coimméide dhíobh, TFrag. 206.6 .

díablad, díablud

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Forms: diabalta

u and o; cf. diablud n-aithgina, Laws ii 68.11 . d.¤ n-eirce, v 228.x . Vn. of díablaid.

(a) doubling in quantity or number, reduplication: diabla .i. dā urdail, Stowe Gl. 312 . diabludh .i. da oirid nó dūbladh, 42 . diabladh .i. dúbladh, O'Cl. Frequent, in Laws, of the increase of the debtor's liability in certain cases: mad in fer acarthar ann ēlas, ┐ ro fitir co ndlegur de, diabladh fiach uadh, Laws i 94.26 . diablud fri helo there is double (liability ?) for absconding, ii 14.30 . diablad cintaig issi aithgin inbleogain, iii 344.20 . soaltar .i. forcraid in altrama .i. diablad a iarata don aite . . . mialtar .i. diablad do ratha on aite, i 172.17 . diablad n-aithgina neich robriathar .i. diablad sin boin bristi, ┐ bó laisin mboin slāin, O'Dav. 287 . ni teit aithgin tar diabhlad .i. ni teit in diabhlad dar cutrumad na haithgina ┐ nocha teit in lethghabail diabhlaid dar cutrumad na haithghina, H 3.18, 454 ( Laws v 448 ). See Thurn., ZCP xvi 219 . diablad fiachu ferg malice is a reduplication of liability, O'Gr. Cat. 149 . diablad fiach fearg .i. da coibeis anfoit, H 3.18, 631 . g s. cethri ba aithgena ┐ cethre ba diabalta ┐ cethre ba eineclainni, Laws v 342.13 . Of a metrical device: nó comad diablad ainmm na haiste forsa ndernad (of the opening phrase of ACC: Dia Dia), LB 238[d]by ; cf. 1 díabul II.

(b) folding, doubling: lend na daim a diablad a cloak which does not permit its folding (? cf. is tighe-de an brat a dhúbladh, Ir. Prov. 316 ), LL 193b39 . benna an catha do diabladh ina timchill to fold the wings of the battalion around them, CCath. 5511 .

dibroig

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Forms: dimbraig

adj paltry, insignificant (?) (= dimbraig = dimbríg q.v.?): ba freitech da freitechaib | noem d.¤ do riar, Fen. 188.10 . bidh olc lainn nduibroibh (leg. laisin ndiubroigh?) ndrongaig, ACL iii 295 § 20 .

dorb

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Forms: doirb

n [ā, f.?] doirb f., IGT Decl. § 14 . small insect or worm (esp. one that lives in water, opp. to cruim earth-worm): nimragba naithir dichuind na d.¤ dichur, IT iii 53.20 . conosib digh . . . ┐ co tarrla in duirb ina broinn, RC xv 464 ( Dinds. 66 ). batar dá dhuirb isin uisci . . . ibid [in ben] duirb cacha dighe . . . conad dona duirbaib rotoirrchidhthea in ben, vi 175.49 . roshluig duirb laisin digh ┐ bai in duirb sin a laimh in maic, Cóir Anm. 251 . íba dhigh do duirbh, SG 80.2 . doberar dias eórna . . . i crécht . . . ┐ duirp i crécht aile, LL 329a24 ( SG ii 493.3 ). in duirb mét lochad, 43 . d.¤ dūrglass, Misc. Hib. 20.2 . fursaind duind . . . dus in fil mila isin usci . . . conacadar in dí doirb and, BB 259b46 . hi n-delbaib mil n-uiscci .i. hi richt da dorbui, IT iii 241.2 . G. ┐ D. iad diamdar [di?] duirb their names were G. and D. when they were worms, Dinds. 66 ( RC xv 464 ). dercaid nad decsenach doirb annir imnair .i. in tan fegthar in doirb is i n-ichtur ind usci thed, LU 10255 (cf. ZCP iii 234 § 18 ). Conall Cernach .i. . . . cern doroindi in darb dael no in doirb dobai ina laim aca breith, Lec. 442a30 . doirbh bheo [do chur] i gcréacht, Keat. ii 4566 . tuille dom shniomh mo choirthe gan choimse | an duirb is daoire d'fhiabhrasaibh the (gnawing) worm (of conscience), Ó Bruad. ii 168 . ? As n.pr. Doirb a quo Mag nDoirb, Dinds. 110 ( RC xvi 61 ).

dorman

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Forms: dormben

n ā, f. earlier (?) dormaine harlot, concubine . For legal status see Stud. in E. Ir. Law 94 ff . dormuin .i. merdrech, Lec. Gl. 107 . cia leth so a d.¤ (a gorman, LL), Fing. R. 90 . fear do Dirborgaill nar dis | is d'ingin Chongail do Choinchind | dormain ma chomchoim nir clis mate of D. and of Concend his concubine, who was equally fair (?), Lec. 402a25 . ina dormuin .i. dormuine mna bis laisin flaith, O'Curry 878 ( H 3.18 , 393b ). sechtmud do ina dormain ┐ ina be n-imruma a seventh for injury done to his d.¤ , Laws v 72 Comm. cuicidh saire dia dormaine one-fifth of his free quarters to his d., ii 24.10 . Comm. ar a urail fein bis a chartach ┐ a airach ┐ noco neadh bis a dormaine, 400.15 Comm. = dormben, O'D. 2254 ( Rawl. B 506, 19d ). mac dormaine (.i. dermuine) nad narlat co nderlad, ZCP xv 320 § 13 . ma[d] (leg. ma[c]?) dormuine, Críth G. 126 .

étge(d)

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Forms: eitged

n m. a kind of offence (`criminality caused by sheer wantonness, with no excuse of ignorance, but not premeditated' Atk., Laws vi s.v. Cf. Cóic Con. 30 § 15 ), negligence GEIL 152-53 , irresponsible acts Bloodshed and Compensation 6 . eitged i. ain eiti as do thir, ce ros-gní dith n-oco ni erranar dondi asa aí, ar it he ceithri anmand cinath conlat ar diuit : tucait, ag, acais, etgid...ruced didiu eitged conid ainm cach gnīma na dēne nech ar elgoin, O'Mulc. 456 . eitged, cin laisin nGaedilgid, Laws iii 90.3 . aithgin gach edge .i. aitgin is in cinuid donithur resna hinnilibh ima lecad is in lis a mbiat, no is in mbuailid a mbid...in inbuidh ro osluicc na hinuta sin...┐ ni ro iat ar ési (of injury to cattle through carelessness on the part of person distraining) ii 54.13 . dia rabat na deithbirse so [sic] air .i. anfis no ances no econnus no etged `injury through inadvertence' i 102.22 Comm. mad étged no anfes, lethfiach ind ┐ arra cuir as n-étged ┐ as n-anfes, Cáin Ad. 35 . na da fodail dec eitged , Laws iii 94.10 (g p. ?). cipe fogail eitge triasa ferfaiter cned orro, iii 356.15 . cidhbe fogail etgidh, Cóic Con. 53 § 111 . ciped fodail etgid triasinn-ernaiter na cinta 'welche Art von Unrecht' 20 § 13 . cenal in t-etged co cenalib fai `e.¤' is a genus with subgenera Laws iii 96.15 . diuit rimbreth netged sin, CIH iv 1261.2 .

fáebar

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Forms: fáebra, fáobhar

n o, m. (but n p. fáebra, LU 9617 ). fáobhar, IGT, Decl. § 17 .

I

(a) a sharp edge (of a sword or blade, also of a shield; seldom of pointed weapons): faobhar sgeo rinn, Ériu xiii 21.10 . mesir arm iarna ḟaobhruibh, 41.30 . hi fáebur in bélae the axe-edge LU 9027 (gloss) ( FB 77 ). ise in biail innraic ... tri meoir lethed a foebuir ..., O'Curry 884 (< H 3.18, 395b ). cromsciath co foebar condualach fair, TBC-I¹ 1158 = faebur chonduala, LU 5637 . cosmuiles in cloidim ar a mbitt in da faebur like a two-edged sword Laws v 222.25 Comm. dobert D. beim do faebur a gae tar mocoll ind lín, LU 1929 . la fáebru na ngaí, 8202 ( FB 15 ). meilid faebra, TBC-I¹ 3446 = melat fáebair, TBC-LL¹ 5831 . d'faebraip na tuagh ┐ na claidem, CCath. 5876 . faobar na sgene no na tuaighe, O'Dav. 1009 . mar ḟáobhar sgían mbearrtha IGT, Decl, 2043 . cuirfe sé fáobhair [sic] air a chloidheamh whet his sword Psalms vii 12 . gér amhuil cloidheamh dhá fáobhar, Proverbs v 4 . Of a bone: gérithir altan ... faebur a lurgan MR 20.3 .

(b) a sharp-bladed weapon: faibur .i. claideb (gl. machera) Ml. 75b11 . bla faebur `the exemption as to an edged weapon' Laws iii 236.23 . amal tregdas anmain duine foebur tria corp, ZCP iii 26.27 . dosoi foebar fri Fergail, RC xxiv 54.12 . grith faebair, Rawl. 124az = Ält. Ir. Dicht. ii 17.4 . i mbiat fáebra fri fáebra, LU 9617 ( ZCP iii 208 ). níngabat renna no airm no faebair itir, TBC-LL¹ 1263 . ni ba heccal dó faobhra nád gallra, BNnÉ 293.1 . (faobhair v.l.). rop scíath fri fóebra fégi, Hy v 97 . cen armu, cen fáebru, MU² 644 ( LL 266b44 ). cen inad rend ┐ arm ┐ fáebur do dénam de, MU² 331 ( LL 264b5 ). faibraib derggaib with red sword-blades Rawl. 115a45 = Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 40.12 . iarna fóebraib fennad `after flaying them with sword-edges' Fél. Prol. 48 .

(c) a sharp-edged tool: saer istig ┐ faebhur, BB 25b33 = Leb. Gab.(i) i 46 . faebar la soer, Leb. Gab.(i) i 30 .

II Fig. keenness, sharpness; hence apex: faobhar ann ara fhertoiph `there is the acme of his mighty works' BNnÉ 284.32 . gan freagra faobhair without keen retort. Ó Bruad. iii 4 . an chruinne ar a fáobhar fúm, IGT, Decl. ex. 15 . Metaph: ? cis duar dían drongaighther i bfaobhraibh foimhdin, Ériu xiii 26.2 = i foebuir foimdib, O'Dav. 883 . in Laws, Comm.: orba for set n-imfaebair .i. ferann do-berar for conair .i. ime ada faebur, foebra la fine a cuingid cucu, foebrach léisi a aisec uaithi, Laws iv 46.25 . cuich in imaebur adeir ann? .i. ... faebur laisin fine im aisic don ingin ... ┐ faebur laisin ingin a aisic aris don fine (an explanation of im(f)aebair `double-edged, equivocal,' see Thurneysen, Ir. Recht 81 , 82 ), Laws iv 48.9 . fri (re) f.¤ coincidently with, at the time of: ni dernad do ulcc hi Connachtaib re faebar gabala rigi dosom achtmad oenslat ar sligid na Cruaiche, Ann. Conn. 1224 § 3 (= ALC i 268 ; corresp. to: re hucht gabhala, AFM iii 214.6 ).

III As npr. m.: Nemnuaill maic Faebair (a progenitor of Míl) Fianaig. 30.3 . o Chonand mac Febair, LL 6a45 . o Conaing mac Ḟaebhair, BB 27a9 . Conaing mac Faobhair, Keat. i 178 .

Compds. With adj. ¤derg: Cethern mac fial foebuirderg Fintain, TBC-I¹ 2760 = faebarderg red-bladed Ériu i 116.15 . Echaid faeburderg, LL 127b34 . Eochaidh Faeburderg, MacCarthy 296.2 . ¤gér sharp-edged: coibleng ... fuilech foebargher, Aen. 2371 . ¤glan clean- or bright-edged; epithet of javelins: i suaineamnaiph a fogad faebharglan, CCath. 5552 . ¤glas: gai fota faebarglas blue-bladed TBC-I¹ 2047 . As sobriquet, Eochaid Faeburglas, Rawl. 147a16 . LL 127b32 . ¤glicc skilful in wielding weapons: flaith na fian faebairglic, Acall. 664 . ¤nocht: bare-bladed (with unsheathed sword): a ḟlaith na fian faebharnochd, Acall. 1441 . ¤the: hot-edged, keen-edged: colg faobhairthe, TD 19.8 . sluagh f. ` keen-bladed host ' 3.21 . With subst.: ¤béim stroke with the edge of a weapon (?) TBC-LL¹ 1890 . ¤chless ` edge-feat ' name of a warlike feat: fáeborchles, LU 9291 . Ériu iv 30.9 . the edge of a weapon (?). TBC-LL¹ 1890 . ¤chless `edge-feat,' name of a warlike feat fáeborchles, LU 9291 . Ériu iv 30.9 . faeborcless, LU 5969 = TBC-I¹ 1501 . imma chromscíath ... cona bil áithgéir co tescfad finna i n-aigid srotha ... inbaid fogníth ... fáeborchless di is cumma imthescad dá scíath ┐ dá sleg ┐ dá chlaideb, LU 6433 = TBC-I¹ 1919 . dogni ... faeborchles don claidiub imma chend, BDD 148 . uii. bfaobhairchleasa, ZCP x 287.2 . ic faebarchless chlaideb uastu LL 266a10 ( MU² 541 ). Fig. in faebarchles feichemnais sin `this feat of accusation' MR 298.8 . Hence adj.: fálairbi ferrda ... faebar-clesach Frangc ` sword-dexterous ' MR 214.17 . ¤gal keen valour: rī ... co faebargail, Rawl. 85a5 . ¤gleó combat with sword or weapons TBC-LL¹ 3213 . ¤glond exploit or deed of arms: fri fúam febda faebarglonn, SR 6790 . ¤nél an edged, i.e. lightning-shedding cloud: re feirg bfaoboirnél bfuiglech `of the armed ( jagged ?) vociferous clouds' O'Gr. Cat. 451.11 .

2 fel

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n poetry, science: a [ní is] feal laisin filidh, is seis no foircetal isin ngnathbérla ; cona de ata fealmac ┐ feallsub, Laws iv 358.4 . fel .i. ái, Corm. Y 599 . O'Dav. 880 . f.¤ .i. foglaim, O'Curry 571 (< H 3.18, 285 ). file .i. fel-sai, sai fhoglama, Auraic. 3310 . feal .i. eigse ` science ' P. O'C. Perh. an abstraction fr. words like felmac, felsub, cf. first cit. above. Cf. further : mac Eladain ḟelgaīth (: Delbaeth), Lec. 54bx ( ZCP x 128.37 ). ni fhuil sencus senndaoine | nó 'na fealdaoinibh [leg. na f.¤-daoine ?] occa `learned men' BNnÉ 145.28 . felchainti [fealcainti v.l.] fir, IT iii 81 § 59 (or = 1 fell EIS 256 ). Compd. f.¤gním poetic feat (?): uair nachco feilgnīm iar fuin senchus de[i]grīg in domuin 'for the history of the goodly kings of the world is no decadent poetic feat', Études Celt. vi 258 § 1 .

fíachaigid(ir)

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Forms: fiachaigedar

v g . (1 fíach)

(a) incurs a debt or liability: pres. subj. rel. cia dia fiachaigedar (gl. ad quem debeat) Ml. 44b3 .

(b) in Laws makes liable; makes a claim (on or against): Cain lanamna: dileas do cechtar da lina cia ro chaithe ... ar araile acht ... ni ro fiachaigastar dligid (= except such liability as the law has imposed) Laws ii 342.4 (glossed: in ni fiachaiges nech dib do reir dligid what one of them claims ib. 19 . See Stud. in E. Ir. Law 2 ff. 13 ). inti fiachaigther ann `who is sued' Laws iii 478.14 . is laisin cach fiacaidther ann a rogha `everyone who is made liable' BCrólige § 17 Comm. nā ro fiachuightur im cinuid a fine that he may not be held liable for Laws ii 88.4 .

fochraic

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Forms: fochricc, fochricce, fochraice, fochricci, fochrici, fochraca, fochreca, fochraice, fochraig, fochraic, fochruici, fochroigi, fochreic

n f. (orig. ī-st. ? See Thurn. KZ xxviii 146 ). (vn. of fo-cren). n s. ind fochricc , Wb. 16a13 . g s. fochricce, 10b1 . 13b27 . fochraice, Ml. 15d6 . n p. fochricci, Wb. 3c1 , 25d8 . fochrici, Mon. Tall. § 25 . Later g s. na fochraca , na fochreca , Laws iv 134.10 , 11 Comm . g p. fochraice (-ge v.l.) Hy vii 59 . fochraig fochraic, IGT, Decl. § 13 . g s. fochruici ib. ex. 655 . fochroigi, 663 .

(a) a reward, recompense, payment: focrici gl. stipendiis, Mittelalterliche volkssprachige Glossen 10 (Usserianus Primus) . transl. Lat. merx Wb. 2b26 , stipendium 3c1 , remuneratio 16a13 . Ml. 15d6 ; praemium 18c5 ; oppd. to `pían' ib., Wb. 13b27 , 25d8 . fochreic (= fochraic, Ériu xiii 22.16 ) .i. focheill, O'Dav. 865 . fochraic .i. luaighidheachd, O'Cl. mad fochricc som [for `som' here see Thurn. Hdb. § 403 ] nípa deoladacht (gl. non secundum gratiam sed secundum debitum) Wb. 2b26 . nach oen tra lasa legait na meic ... dlegaitside f.¤ ┐ dulchinde i n-aimseraib corib .i. loilghech i fochraicc na .lll. cona n-imnaib, etc., Rule of Céle Dé § 62 ( LB 12a17 ). Esp. of heavenly reward: condomthair ilar fochraice, Hy vii 59 . cid latsu bithbetho talman ... is ferr óenfocraic i nnim, LU 9530 . ragait a aithle a mmessa dochum focraice, 2382 . is and sin icfas in Comdiu ... fochraice dona fírenaib ┐ píana dona pecdachaib 2287 ( FA 34 ). ragait ... dochum nimi ┐ focraici fororda LU 2391 . ni thuille fochraicc acht doslí péin, PH 8380 . tuilled fochracci, 4981 . doslī fochraigi, ZCP iii 448.25 . serc Dé ... doformaig fochruic [fochraicce v.l.] ib. 21 . Muire ógh as ard focruig `of great bounty' [merit ?] A. Ó Dálaigh l la . iar n-airilleadh fochraicce ó Dhia tria déighghníomhaibh AFM i 366 . as é dorat a chuit fochraicce do N. ar claomhclodh ech do thabhairt dhó `that gave the viaticum to N.' [lit. his share of (heavenly) reward] ii 596 . coimēt mh'einigh ar talmain | fochraig dom anmuin ar nimh, ZCP x 51 § 1 .

Fee, hire: f.¤ lego a physician's fee Laws iv 300x ( Críth G. 48 ). focruic leada, BCrólige § 19 . do mna fochraice of thy hired woman Laws i 156.30 . ní dern saethar cen ḟ.¤ ZCP vii 309.1 . Fig. heaven: inann beith fo guth a cluig | do neoch is beith a fochraig, Laud 615, p. 30 .

(b) purchase-money, rent, esp. in Laws. in fēr dobeir ar focraic ... ce beith nech a naititin a fochreca cen a acra ... noco lugaiti dligus a fochraic d'īc ris, Laws iv 48.22 (Comm. on: besaib fochructa ib. 14 ). creic cētmuintire ┐ f.¤ tire, Caratnia § 7 . f.¤ tíre (.i. fearunn do cennach), Laws ii 358.3 , 24 ( Stud. in E. Ir. Law 19 ) = focreic tire, Laws v 284.27 . fáccaib in .vii. maid mboin ... i f.¤ in tíre, Críth G. 94 ( Laws iv 304.15 ). tír fochraice no airbiata, Laws iv 48.2 Comm. = Stud. in E. Ir. Law 156 (`land on lease'). Orba for set n-imfaebair, as direnar lethdire ... orba for set focraici, as direnar triandire .i. in ferand dobeir neach ar conair a focreca essidec, Laws v 34.8 Comm. ; Stud. in E. Ir. Law 156 ff . in inbaid ata in t-urradh ar ferann fochraca, in deoraid buna[i]d ruc leis anunn, is trian frichnama dobeir leis amach, ┐ trian tíre facbas thall. f.¤ actaigthi uil itir in deoraidh ┐ in t-urradh and sin, uair damad f.¤ do reir dligidh is e urradh bunaidh in feraind ro berad in trian `stipulated hire ... hire according to law' Laws iii 130.3 Comm. na boin focreaca itir da selb (.i. a coluinn laisin dara fer ┐ a lacht ac in fer eile), ii 42.15 (16) . can miter caiche tire ? As a fochracaib `how are land-trespasses estimated ? From its rents' iv 94z . ar f.¤ on hire, for rent: mas e a ferand bodéin tucustar duíne ar fochruic, iv 134z Comm . co tucat dilsi in feoir ar f.¤ , 128.23 Comm . co ceann mbliadna .i. ar rē na fochraca ib. 24 Comm .

(c) compensation: cia forruastur friu is focruic focrenaither dia ḟinib, BCrólige § 12 . is focruic focrenaiter na mnā so dia finib it is by a fee to their kin that these women are compensated § 32 .

(d) by extension, of that which deserves reward, a merit: is fochric immurgu ma gabthair tairis `it is meritorious if a man gets clear of it' Mon. Tall. § 62 . is hí tra in ḟochraicc dia ndígba nech ní ... din choemna connic do thomailt, Alex. 973 .

fo-coisle(a)

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Forms: fochsl-, foxl-, focoissle, fodacoisle, fodaroxla, forróxul, forochlastar, forochsalsat, focoslider, foroxlad, foxlar

v ā (protot. fochsl-, foxl-). Ind. pres. 3 s. focoissle, Laws v 422.1 . fodacoisle, iv 202.1 . Subj. pres. 3 s. (perf.) fodaroxla, 200.1 . perf. 3 s. forróxul (gl. tulit de medio) Wb. 27a19 (cf. forochlastar .i. rosfuc lais, gl. fosrolaic, Hy ii 38 ). 3 pl. forochsalsat (gl. subduxisse) Ml. 18d11 . Pass. pres. s. focoslider (gl. tollitur) Enchir. Aug. 76b ( ZCP vii 482 ). perf. foroxlad (gl. exacta est) Ml. 31a5 .

(a) takes away, abstracts, carries off ; freq. in Laws. im scaideirc focoisle ben ar araile (.i. beris in ben o ceili), Laws i 150.11 (152.32) . athgabail fir focoisle seoit ... (... don fiur foxlus seoit), O'D. 377 ( H 3.17, 286 - 7 ) = Laws v 262 . fer fodacoisle di maigin ... fo teol ┐ taide (.i. fer foxlas leis iad) the man who takes them (viz. bees) away from the precinct iv 202.1 (cf. fodocoisle .i. foxal, O'Dav. 939 ). nach dune dorata a gell ┐ focoissle iarum (.i. iarna toitim i ngill ro fuaitgedh sund e) who gives a pledge and takes it away again (after it has become forfeit) Laws v 422.1 . nach dune dombera a gell ┐ fochoisle ... direnar lānlōg enech ind [ḟ]ir ara foxlaiter ib. 6 . beich bite sechtar faithche, cipe fodaroxla no rodogata `who ever carries them off or steals them' iv 200.1 . gabais in mnaí foa lethoxail deis ┐ fócoislé for forlés in tige, LU 10910 (= TE III § 15 ). ind Ailich Móir furóxail muintir Cluana macc Nois `in A.M. which the community of C. took away' Trip. 80.21 (884) . rofoxal in sruth a luimne dona laechaib .i. a sciatho, Dinds. 57 . foroxlad e as (the letter) e has been taken out of it Sg. 201b8 . fochoissled ... súas R. ... ┐ dolécced anúass was snatched up (into the air) Trip. 130.22 (= focoisled 1506 ). Cf. seichill .i. foxal, ut est: cū seichill focoislethar a muinter féin, O'Mulc. 849 . Distrains (?): ro foxlebaid `the distress will be made' Laws i 218.16 Comm. Cf. focoislither ceithra in teallaigh la cis a neimhidh `shall be distrained for the rent of the n.' iv 6z Comm . = arna forcoisligthear cethrai in tella[i]ch laisin cis sin, O'Curry 846 (< H 3.18, 385a ) (the text is: uracomol cis neimid `land which secures the rent of a n.', one of the seven holdings into which cattle are not brought for entry). ni foroxla taide no cnet ... asrenar cona fuillem `that which is taken away in theft secretly or openly ... shall be paid for with addition' Laws ii 374z (Comm. explains: ni foxlas nech dib o ceile i ngoit; Thurneysen, Stud. in E. Ir. Law 39 , renders: `Alles, was Verheimlichung ... ausgenommen hat', comparing: fidbretha, ... a ndire for treisi, acht ni focoisle cuicthe de, Laws i 182.3 ). Cf. foxlut muige ┐ cricha anudh ┐ dithim cintuigh (gl. fofuiriut anta ┐ dithmunn) ` lengthen ' ii 104 Comm . nochan foxlait muige na cricha anad na dithim doib i 148.17 Comm . (of distresses taken by women).

(b) Acc. to O'Don., Suppl. ` foxlar is sometimes put for fastar `it is bound, confirmed, ' for which statement he refers to the follg.: ó bet [fis ┐ trebuire] araon a n-aoinfecht ann foxlait in cunnrad uile leo amhuil foxlas tochus ┐ innracus enech comlán do neoch ó bet araon a nainecht aige is amuil sin astus fis ┐ trebuire in cunnradh uile leo, O'D. 793 (< H 3.17, c. 569 ) = o beid araon i n-aonfecht ann foxlar in cunnradh uile leo, O'Curry 2393 (< Eg. 88, 30b6 ). is amlaid ro soich lan fiach ar in sellach a cain .i. cethruime ar dul co maigain, ┐ cethruime air ar beth a fiadnaise an marbtha, ┐ cethruime ar beth ina coimitecht o eisinill co inill. ┐ is amail foxlus tochus ┐ indrucas eneclann comlan do duine o bed maraen aice is amlaid foxlus na tri cethruma in cethruma aile cuca, 23 Q 6, 13a37 ( O'Curry 1692 ).

1 fondad

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n In Laws apparently a cause of postponement , see ZCP xv 333 , xvi 222 : atait secht fondaid la Feine fod a sguirdais gach re (.i. fannaidit ae an firacra ..., .i. a secht fondaigis no faidi[ig]is re in comraig) `seven extensions [? hindrances, delays] which would put off every battle' Laws v 306.1 = turbaide ib. 13 Comm . .vii. fonnuide foscuirdis roi, H 3.17, c. 294 ( O'D. 387 ); quoted O'Dav. 960 : secht fonnaige ... .i. ... secht faitigthe scuiris rae in chomruicc. also glossed H 3.18, 383a : fonnaide .i. ar is fonnad laisam na fedna fofedat na rede so huile (which is very obscure). cia hairet fodosguirtis na fondad so ?, Laws v 306.6 . im-scuiche breath f.¤ (.i. fo fonndaim in ferainn), 466.15 (470.2) = inscuiche[t] bretha fondaidh .i. indscuchaid na bretha laisin fondad .i. laisin rígh, O'Dav. 974 . Cf. fonnaid .i. císs. ut est imscuiche breth fonnaid .i. is em scuichthius in brethemnus uainn tre fonnaid .i. tria chisibh, H 3.18, 638c ( O'Curry 1420 ) = ... fo ondaib .i. fo chisaib in carpaid teit uaind no ... tig oraind anosa, H 3.18 436a1 ( O'Curry 1043 ). See also 1 fonnad. The general meaning of the above passages seems to be that judgements vary according to the custom of the district.

glasaigne

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n (1 glas) lit. 'fettering advocate', an advocate who enforces a judgement: cid a nglasaigne? ... Naidm n-airechta lais etar aitire ┐ imitechta ┐ fóeth imitechta 'he is competent in enforcing [on behalf] of a court, including [taking] hostage-sureties, and driving off [distrained cattle] , and swearing the driving off [was carried out lawfully]' Brehons, Serj. & Att. 11 = CIH iii 896.19 . in fer aga mbi aonbescna .i. in glas-aigni, O'Dav. 294. Divided into in g.¤ is tairi, ... in g.¤ is ferr, Laws v 98.18 foll. Comm. ; 100.25 foll. Comm. See ib. the different classes of business in which they may respectively be employed. in glas-aigne is taire eolas aice a mbreathaib athgabala, toxal cana, ┐ cini ┐ ceithirslechta, O'Curry 323 ( H 3.18, p. 178 ). He is here classed with the `bóaire medónach' : comdamh ┐ comfaesam ┐ comeinecland he ┐ in bo-aire medónach, ib. In 23 Q 6, 51a15 ( O'Curry 1848 ). the `glas-aigne is ferr' is classed with the `aire itir da aire' and the `cano.' beridh glas-aigne [sesed] ar a beith a[g] gabail athgabala laisin feichemain, O'Curry 1438 ( H 3.18, 643a ). Also called aigne glas, e.g. aigne frisinnle breith ┐ aigne glas, O'D. 132 ( H 3.17, c.110 ). (Cf. Laws i 294.9 - 10 .)

goídilgid

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n i, m. an Irish speaker : eitged cin laisin nGaedilgid, Laws iii 90.3 .

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