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foíndledach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. foíndledach or dil.ie/22932

Forms: foíndelach

adj o-ā (foíndel) also foíndelach

(a) vagrant, wandering : d s f. foindledaig .i. daiscuir (gl. vulgari) Ml. 37b5 . atchiu chruth inn ḟoendelaich, TBC-LL¹ 2762 . tri foglúaiset fóenledchu .i. ingreim, dolud, dommatu `that set waifs awandering' Triads 198 .

(b) as n o, m. in Laws an absconde, one who becoming a vagrant renounces his social responsibilities and is `proclaimed' and disowned by his `fine' : athgabháil foindlethaigh fonindlea fine ... fonindle[a] tuatha `of a fugitive who has absconded from his tribe ... fled rom his territory' Laws i 246.21 . isedh doni faonleghach de, gan tiachtain re dligedh corusa fine he becomes a vagrant by non-observance of the law of `córus fine' iii 410.20 . di faendledachaib fine, O'D. 974 ( H 3.17, 679d ). slan masa faendledach, O'D. 1668 ( H 5.15, 25a ) = O'Curry 1893 . in faendledach ┐ int urfocrach (both disqualified in certain circumstances for prosecuting a suit) Laws i 88.27 Comm. ni roc[h]ar urfogra cach aonfainlegaidh na di forais urnai (.i. ... in cāch is faonligach ag nā bī ārus baile anurnaidh), 264.4 (284.32) . ní nais tir for imrumach (.i. for foendlegach), Laws iv 36.3(13) . tiachtain fo coraib in faendlegaigh, i 90.9 Comm . mad iar n-aurfocru cach faenledaig (.i. mad iarna firurfogra don fine can cunnrad do denam ris in fear fine robi ar faindelo duathaib, SM Facs. 34a (= Laws ii 288 ( ZCP xiv 374 ). dligid foindelach fuacra, LL 345d24 = d. faendledach forógra, ZCP vi 261.21 . niba faoindledhoch filidh, Ériu xiii 17.23 .

(c) panic-stricken distracted, demented (?) : (cf. foíndel (d)) faindelach .i. oinmitt, Corm. Y 668 = feanelach, v.l. fenelach, O'Dav. 876 (where Stokes amends : foendelach). faoinnealach .i. óinmid, O'Cl. faoinnealach et fainnealach `a madman ' P. O'C. Cf. finelach.