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Cite this: eDIL s.v. fris-acci or dil.ie/24339

Forms: -frescai, frisaiccim, -frescu, -frescíu, frisaiccai, frisaccai, -frescai, frissaccat, -frescat, frisn-aiccitis, frisaccar, -frescai, frisaiccidar, frisaiccid, frisn-accatar, frisnaccat, frisaccat, confresced, frisracacha, frescachae, fresn accache, fritracatar, frescachtar, frescisset, rescesset

v (frith-ad-cī-) -frescai. O.Ir. forms. pres. 1 s. frisaiccim, PCr. 60a7 . -frescu, RC xiii 94 § 120 . -frescíu, xvii 162 (Tig.). 2 sg. frisaiccai, Ml. 68a8 . 3 s. frisaccai, 144a2 . -frescai, 62d7 . 3 pl. frissaccat, 39d27 . -frescat, 69b3 . impf. 3 pl. rel. frisn-aiccitis, 68a9 . pres. subj. 1 s. dep. frisaccar 49d3 . 2 sg. -frescai, Fél. July 19 . (Cf. freisci .i. cobair, Stowe Gl. 184 , where cobair is evidently the obj.). 3 s. frisaiccidar, SR 4173 . 2 pl. frisaiccid, Wb. 25d24 . 3 pl. frisn-accatar, Ml. 124a3 . Cf. frisnaccat, 45d17 . frisaccat 124a2 . past subj. 3 s. confresced, 136d1 . pret. and perf. 1 s. frisracacha sa, 47a8 . 3 s. hiru frescachae , 44c9 . a fresn accache , Enchir. Aug. 72b ( ZCP vii 480 ). 3 pl. huare fritracatar (with pron. inf.) Ml. 131c10 . niru frescachtar 26b25 . ni ru frescisset , 72c13 . niru rescesset , 34c11 . Vn. frescisiu, q.v.

(a) looks forward to, expects: sometimes hopes: gl. expectare, opperiri, praestolari, sperare in Glosses. ni frisaiccai ┐ ara foīmi iarum something thou hopest for and that thou receivest afterwards Ml. 68a8 . ni rufrescisset olc ndoib Ml. 72c13 . adgladadar mnaí ... nad fresci bás na sentaid LU 10002 . ni frescet (-frescat, v.l.) aithbe na éc, Imr. Brain § 18 . = ni frescat, § 23 . dosbera do bochtánaib | o na fresciu [leg. fresci] a luag from whom thou lookest for no reward LB 261a74 = saīlfe, ACL iii 318 § 71 . cib hé frisaiccidar ann | Issu Crist (= whoever sees Christ prefigured in it, i.e., the brazen serpent) SR 4173 . na hecoinn oca frescther ciall codnaig the minors who are expected to come to reason like adults, Laws ii 48n . ( O'Curry 2711 ). for in ecodnach da frisciter ciall codnaig `on the infant who is expected to come to the use of reason' Laws iii 156.25 Comm. issé [sc. Dia] frisn-aicet, ZCP iv 242.6 . tanassi rig ... arindi fris[indn]aicci tuath huili do rigiu, iv 328.11 (= Críth G. 434 , see note ; `because the whole tuath looks forward to him for the kingship' Mac Neill). fer ro creca a déis ┐ a ferann ... ┐ co freisce cuile caith, ZCP iv 352.13 . Rarely with prep. : in Dia ... hi rufrescachae in whom he hoped Ml. 44c9 . ni ra soir á choimdiu inru frescechae, 19 (an imitation of Lat. const. cf. 49d3 ). batar inmain na tri táeib | frisnā fresciu aithirrech which I have no hope of ever seeing again RC xvii 162 (Tig.) = CS 598 , AFM 594 ( Bruchst. § 89 ). fresci .i. frithail no fēg, ut est, fresci fir foclach, O'Dav. 834 . fresci .i. saoileachtain, O'Cl. Cf. troscad i feoil [ = féil] Eoin ... uair is ann frisahicthar in dunibad do thidecht, RC xii 430 § 26 . cro fir frisaige leca[d] fola nad urgair `who is present at' (but expects would suit here) Laws v 236.14 (cf. fris-saig).

(b) in special use in Laws : aire forgill frisaici rig no apdaine, BB 340b40 (misprinted Laws v 48 ). aire forgill frisaice ri no abdaine `deserves a chieftaincy' iv 382.1 ; `looks forward naturally to becoming' Atk. Gloss., but acc. to Binchy, who cites a Welsh parallel, Celtica iii 222 , the true reading is : f.¤ ríge [i.e., who is the successor designate to the kingship or the abbacy]. Cf. īctha eneclann Concobuir ... ō Fergus .i. airi forgill frisaice rig Erenn he, O'Curry 2087 ( H 4.22, p. 71a ) ; saici .i. fiu ut est airi forgill frisaici rig, H 3.18 p. 287 ( O'Curry 577 ). fec[h]em fo mia[d] [sic leg.] feicheman frisiaici agrudh, Laws i 266.8 (expld. by Atk. Gloss. as `whom the plaintiff hopes to have') ; with gl. .i. ... in fetheman frescidhther agam sa dot agra sa ` provided ' 294.7 .

(c) looks after, attends to (?) : fresgither filidh dia ttárdad rātha righ romhaith, fris-saighe [leg. fri saigid ?] a ccert, Ériu xiii 34.5 (= frescathar .i. firdeachar, ut est frescathar filid ... .i. firdeachur no frithailter no urfoichlithar na filid uman ní dlegait, O'Dav. 987 ).