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díscaíled

Cite this: eDIL s.v. díscaíled or dil.ie/16774

Forms: díscáeilti, diosgaoilidh

vn. of díscaílid. g s. díscáeilti, ZCP ii 242 . diosgaoilidh, 24 P 22, 35.14 .

(a) separating, sundering, dispersing: a tóebtu cen discáiliud their inseparable union (of David and Jonathan), SR 6050 . discailed na n-apstal, LB 151a17 . Crist do crochad ┐ a descipuil do discailiud, 135a15 . do discailiud comoenta na cetar dūla, Cog. 180 . dóirsi . . . do dhíosgaoileadh (of breaches made in a battalion), ML 130 .

(b) breaking up, demolishing: do díscáiledh na múr, CCath. 1757 . roḟaidh a marcachu . . . do tarrachtain in droichit cen díscáiledh `to seize the bridge and save it from destruction', 1272 . co ndingned tempul Dé do díscailed, PH 2721 = do discailiud, YBL 143a21 . iar n-indriud ┐ díscáilid primcathrach na Troianda, Mer. Uil. 1 . díscáiliud Gall ┐ caistel one who scattered the foreigners and broke down their strongholds, AU 1196 .

(c) wasting away, dissolution: o dhíscáoileadh an chuirp, 3 C 22, fol. 6v10 . an corp do bheith aga dhiosgaoileadh (in consumption), 23 K 42, 160.5 . in dísgáiled teid ar in menmuin ón sduidér (= animalis dissolutio), O'Gr. Cat. 260 . Fig. díscáiled conáich dispelling of luck, Fianaig. 72 . discailiud in flaithiusa Románaig, CCath. 918 . dissolving (usual meaning in early mod. Ir., esp. med. texts): disgaoileadh ┐ leathnugadh doní an tes (= calidum dilatat et resolvit), 24 P 22, 35.14 . le mét díscáeilti in tesa the dissolving power of heat, ZCP ii 242 . sigin d.¤ na n-aronn relaxing , 23 K 42, 177.10 .

foídid

Cite this: eDIL s.v. foídid or dil.ie/22840

Forms: foid, foidiu, foides, foedes, faides, foídit, foíte, foíd, -fuide, foídis, foidis, foidsi, foitsi, foítis[s]i, foídi, rofaidi, fuiter, foítir, foiter, foíditir, faiditir, foíté, nomfaíte, rofoíded, foíte, faoite, foite, foítea, -roitea, rofaíte, -iud, foíd-, faíd-, faed-, fóed-, fuíd-, foí, foí, fáise, foi, rofaíd, diarfóed, rofaed, fúid, rofoídestar, fáitte, fáitti, faete, fosroiti, fuithe, foíte, faítti, -e, fáitte, foíté

v ī Early forms: ipv. 2 s. foid, LU 9578 . pres. 1 s. not foidiu , TBC-I¹ 3012 (= ar-dot-faedim, TBC-LL¹ 4767 ). 3 s. rel. foides, SR 1017 . foedes (v.l. faides) Hy i 33 . 3 pl. foídit Sg. 181a2 . rel. foíte, 117a5 . Subj. pres. 1 s. no foíd , Wb. 23d1 . 3 s. -fuide, Laws ii 26.14 . pret. 3 s. foídis, Mon. Tall. § 85 . foidis, SR 1917 . 2565 . (with pron. suff.:) foidsi, foitsi, Ardm. 18b1 ( Thes. ii 242.14 ). (with fem. emph. pron.?) foítis[s]i ... úadi, LU 6147 . perf. 3 s. rod foídi , Wb. 7d2 . rofaidi, SR 2600. 3166 . Pass. ipv. fuiter, RC iii 344.18 . pres. s. foítir, Wb. 25a8 . foiter (rel.) 17a11 . pl. foíditir, LU 2197 . faiditir , 3457 . imperf. s. no foíté , LU 6054 . past subj. s. nomfaíte, LU 5960 ( -foite, TBC-I¹ 1493 ). pret. and perf. s. rofoíded, Wb. 23a7 . pl. foíte, LU 4482 (hence perhaps: faoite teachta .i. do cuireadh t., O'Cl.). Cf. foite dias, 1772 , where it may be s. ro foítea , Wb. 27c35 . -roitea, 5a3 . rofaíte (rel.) LU 2501 .

Vn. foít, later foíded (-iud), q.v.

In Mid. Ir. as well as foíd- (faíd-, faed-, fóed- fuíd-) a stem foí occurs: ipv. 2 s. foí, PH 1569 . Cf. fáise, Ériu viii 22 § 25 . perf. 3 s. rus foi (: -naí), LB 274b2 (= CCellaig 430 ). Usually rofaíd: SR 2177 . diarfóed, 1805 . rofaed, 7071 . 7229 . ro fúid , PH 4554 . rofoídestar, 2601 . For the pret. or hist. pres. 3 s. fáitte, TBC-LL¹ 2422 (= foídis, LU 6268 ). TBC-LL¹ 3017 (= do-bretha, TBC-I¹ 2212 ). TBC-LL¹ 6074 . fáitti, 2400 (= faoidis St). faete, Auraic. 280 , cf. Strachan, ZCP ii 485 - 6 , Ériu xiv 34.75 . Cf. fosroiti, LL 283b4 (has sent him?). fuithe, ZCP xiii 174.23 may be for foíte, pass. pret. s.

The form faítti, -e in: fáitte fessa ┐ tecta uaitsiu cot chairdib, CRR 7 (bis) seems meant for ipv. pass. Can it be verb. necess. understood as such? Possibly an imitation of LU 4482 by one who misunderstood the old form of pret. pass.

Sends (a pers. or thing): transl. Lat. mittere Wb. 23a7 . 23d1 . Ml. 34c9 . faoidh no do fhaoidh .i. do chuir, O'Cl. du foid Pátricc in carpat cu Sechnall ... foidsi S. ... cu Manchán, Ardm. 18b1 ( Thes. ii 242 ). ro fuid-side indi Paladius ... do praicept do Goídelaibh, Trip. 30.12 (289) . mad fuit notfuide neach fri fothugh techta, Laws ii 26.14 . foidis Noe in colum ... | uad for in linnmuir, SR 2565 . faidhis M. ... techta ... don cathraig, Marco P. 24 . rofaidhe uadha ina cona sin for lurg ina n-óg, Anecd. ii 60z . roḟáidh a marcslógh uadh do crechadh in tíre, CCath. 176 . roḟaoídh tra an Iustis on ccampa ... cuidechta do chaptinibh ... do dhenamh creach, AFM v 1586.1 . Abs.: ma thechtai-siu nech is miscais latt, foíd co hIerusalem, ┐ ... ticfa chucat iarna sróigled, PH 6665 . otchondairc Edilfrid rofoi cuccu, Anecd. iii 72 (= in hos arma verti iubet Beda ii 2 ). faidfet-sa anoir co Cruachān, Fen. 402.12 . Impers. pass. no foíté co cach láth ngaile messages were sent LU 6054 (= no faidti cach l., TBC-I¹ 1582 ). Cf. is aire fosroiti i tossaig he was sent (i.e. died) first LL 283b4 = is air do fucadh, Lism. L. p. lx . Of sending a petition, command, etc., the message may be expressed by a verbal clause, or, in an apparently elliptical constr, by a noun: fuiter uaid cusin mB. ... co tu[d]chuid, RC iii 344.19 . fuiter cusin D. tuidecht do accallaim a maicc, 345.1 . With extension of meaning: gébas Ailech acht dréch ros-foid | ni fitir nech coich nā cia save Him that hath sent them none knoweth who shall possess A. LL 182a21 ( Arch. Hib. ii 50 ). Ni faid nech na seotu so cin naidm sends away (i.e. lends?) Laws v 278.6 . nosfoidend fein (the voice) emits itself Auraic. 382 .

f.¤ a spirut (dochum nime) gives up the ghost, dies: rofoidh tra H. a spirut, LL 406b3 = TTr.² 1196 . foídis a spirut iar sin dochum nime, LB 151b52 . ro ḟaoidh a spiorad docum nimhi i nDuibhreccles C., AFM iii 8y . comhainm an laoí in ro ḟaoídh Muire a spiorat `on the anniversary of the day on which M. yielded her spirit' vi 2126.5 . tug a osnad mór os aird co rofhaoidh a spiorad dochum nimhe, BS § 86 . ro fhill [Ísu] a chend iar sin, ┐ ro fhoíd a spirut, PH 2900 .

Gramm.: ni in `gi' foídit a sechmadachte (e.g. negligo neglexi) Sg. 181a2 . Cf. bá in `-is' ba téchte tobarthid do thecht a nominibus foíte genitin in `-rum' that make the genitive in -rum Sg. 117a5 . In the latter instance the meaning seems to be throws off, develops .

Occas. used in wider senses of fo-ceird: faítsetar ... étgud Ailella ... immon corthe put TBC-LL¹ 4440 = do cuiretar St. don tenid in ro faíte na tri meic oc Nabcodon, LU 2501 ( RC xxv 234 ). faidhit dín claraigh uasa mbarcuibh they set a covering of planks over their barques Marco P. 145 . foidisium oc slechtanaib for carraic betook himself to RC x 80.14 . fuidis ... Guaire essomuin friu, ACL iii 3.8 (cf. fearus E. esemain fris, ZCP v 523 ).

ur(a)id

Cite this: eDIL s.v. ur(a)id or dil.ie/43229

n innu.¤ last year : ōn nurid (gl. ab anno priore), Wb. 16c14 . innuraid .i. in-nuu robāith, nō in anno rofāidh .i. in blīadain tairnic and, Corm. Y 783 . atconnarc ém ol se aislingi immón samain innuraid, LU 3332 ( SCC 12 ). ní maith dún ém cid for túrusi chucund innuraid LU 3337 ( SCC 13 ). ind ordnasc doratusa duitsiu inuraid in mair latt?, TBFr. § 22 . barrarṅgert-sa án uraid (v.l. dorairngert onuraid), TBC-LL¹ 3337 . indar-lat batir hé da én batar ocund atuaith inn uraid, IT iii 244.43 . suairc bhíom fa mbí im dheaghaidh | dleaghair dhíom ní ón uraidh, Ir. Monthly 1929, 211 § 12 .