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furnaide

Cite this: eDIL s.v. furnaide or dil.ie/24990
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Forms: irnaide, furnaidhi, furnaidhe, funnraighe, funnraidi

n (late form of O. Ir. ernaide, irnaide ; see airnaide). furnaidhi (f.) IGT, Decl. § 3 (furnaigthi proscribed as incorrect). as vn. furnaidhe funnraighe, III § 83 . funnraidi, Lism. L. 1945 , cf. fionnraoi (fonnraoi v.l.), Ó Bruad. ii 284 , and see O'Rahilly's Ir. Prov. § 324 .

(a) waiting for, expecting, with obj. gen. or rarely FRI : furrnaidhe na sailtinc[h]e `to wait for the result of the expectation' Laws iii 368.3 . luid ... do funnraidi tragha `to await the ebb' Lism. L. 1945 . ro bhádar dá lá ... acc furnaidhe Donnchaidh, Cog. 210.8 . atat coin dasachtacha `gvt fvrnaide, Aisl. Tond. 102.9 = ag feichemh ort, 128 . a feithem ┐ a furnaidi co festais ..., MR 240y . an t-airdespog ar a gcinn ag furnaidhe friu, Fl. Earls 142y . fada le fer bfurnoidhe the man who waits IGT, Decl. ex. 202 , O'Rahilly, Ir. Prov. § 324 . le a lucht furnaidhe is fado those who are waiting for him Studies 1919, 258 § 21 .

(b) by transference of thing waited for ? In follg. exx. apparently used of a supplementary food-due falling between two others : f.¤ .i. biadh n-aill itir da notlaic .i. fair [ = faer ?] inn idnaide (i.e. the food of the waiting but this perh. is merely an etymol. gloss) O'Dav. 982 . maróca ┐ cliatháin in f.¤ ┐ in forgam (sic leg.) `sausages and flitches are the `f.¤ ' 983 ; faer fuiric furnaid[e], 977 . ma romeatha furnuidi, da .s. ina .m. (= meth) la .d.n. (= diablad (or diabul) n-aithgena) neich romeatha .i. iter da nodlaic .i. caolana ┐ cliathana ┐ dromanna, if the furnuide falls short, two séts for its failure with double compensation of that which fails, i.e. between two Christmasses, i.e. guts and loins and backs CIH v 1910.31 .

(c) staying, tarrying (in a place) : ni roleig ... fuirech na furnaidhe dō i maighin eile, Fen. 112.2 . ro aontaigh ... doip ... furnaidhe isin gcathraigh, Fl. Earls 26.10 . fuirech `furnaidheo' (furnuigheo v.l.), Metr. Gl. 25 .