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fúaslucad

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fúaslucad or dil.ie/24694

Forms: fuaslugadh, fuaslaic-, fúaslagadh, thúaslugud

n u, m. (vn. of fúaslaici) fuasalcath, ZCP xi 95 § 45 (fuaslugadh, fuaslaic- v.l.). fúaslagadh, IGT, Verbs § 65 (p. 220) . Decl. ex. 743 .

(a) loosing, opening: fuaslucud an talman for a taisib (i.e. to disinter his relics), BColm. 96.6 (for constr. cf. fúaslaici, a).

(b) releasing, delivering: cuin ... táncamár ... dot ḟuaslucud, LU 2334 ( RC iv 248 ) = thúaslugud, LU 2328 . fuaslucad do mogaib freeing of bondsmen Laws v 450.15 . slan fuaslaicthi di athgabail the release of the distrained [animal] is free from penalty [i.e. in certain circumstances] Caratnia 48 . comus fuaslacthi ┐ cuibrig cáich, LB 257by ( Hom. Leg. § 44 ). dia fuasluccad asin geilsine i mbatar, Grail 1810 . cen mnaí do fulang a n-eicen acht coro cumaingtea fuaslucad di, 2324 . d'iarraigh fuaslaicthe do Ruaidhri to ask for R.'s liberation RC xviii 162 (Tig.). Ransoming: as dóibh fén dob éccin a bfuaslaccadh `they were obliged to ransom themselves' AFM iii 230 = Ann. Conn. 1225.18 . A ransom: do gabadar an Fian é, tucad fuaslucud mor d'Find da cinn, Acall. p. 328.37 . B. do ghabail ... ┐ a legan amach ... ┐ fuasluicthi mora do buain as B. was captured ... and let out ... and large ransoms were exacted from him AU iii 266 .

(c) in Laws redeeming (a pledge, etc.) : fri fuasluccadh toiscide to redeem a necessary (of life) Laws i 278.9 Comm. By extension : fuaslucad cor mbel `dissolution of verbal contracts' i 50.10 ( ZCP xvi 176 ), a sign of degenerate times ; glossed .i. uatuaslucadh in neich risi tucadh trebuiri co coir o belaibh ... .i. a sena ┐ a nemaititiu ib. Laws i 50.24 , i.e. repudiating (?) : fuaslugad dechmad (.i. na dechmada tucad don eclais d'uatuslucad uaithi), v 450.15 , 22 Comm . (on : taithmeach n-udburta).

(d) solving (a problem) : an ceist chuirim eol damh féin a fúaslaccadh, BNnÉ 245.8 . ic fuaslugad cest ┐ caingen, Grail 3691 . conid do ro tarrngiredh ingnad an tSoidhich Naomhtha do fuasluccad, 74 .