Ancient Laws of Ireland Volume 1-6

Ancient Laws of Ireland Volume 1-6

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...it, ' the streamlet. Fo-lestar, minor vessel, pot; IV. 310, 9 folestrai. Fo-lethad (?), act of spreading, increasing; seems used as the verbal noun from the follg.; III. 44, 27 in baile is eim do'n fine foilethad air, gl. on im-uilledaib, 17, unless this is the 3 pi. pres. indie, of the verb. Fo-lethaim, I spread, increase; a commentatorial word used in gl. on Z fuillim, the A form of which is prob. fo-ill-; but it is not easy to comprehend its exact relations with this stem fuill-; O'Dav., p. 90, glosses fuilhned by foleathadh, but in the unintelligible quotation, vide III. 44, 17, he gives imfuulnedhaib and glosses fothleathna.it, seemingly a deriv. of fo-lethan-, 'to broaden out'; I. 104, 9 nochan folethand torbatu do, tr. 'does not avail him, ' gl. on 102, 24 ni fuillend cond cnaima (?); II. 10, 19 cu folethunn fiachu, tr. 'till it satisfies the debts'; 272, 20 nochan folethann orru, tr. '(that which is obscure to himself) is not a screen to them, ' as gl. on 12 ni fuille forru dall; 324, 13 nochon foileathann a dire dar in-ni ada isin, as gl. on 5 ni fuillend diri dar sodain, tr. 'it does not increase'; V. 448, 25 noco folethann eiric for comarbaib, 'eric does not accrue along with aithgin as the heirs, ' gl. on ni fuille rath for ullaid; (?) subj. 3 pi., IV. 158, 2 ar na foleathad fo'n tfr, 'that the cattle may not stray over the land'; pass. pret. (?), II. 272, 4 ro-foileathad forsin ceile, but this is a gl. on foruillelh, which is capable of other analysis: for-fuilled, (this fuilleth occurs, 326, 4), or as verb fo-ro-leleth, as a redup. perf. of fo-leth-, or as for-iiill-ed, from fo ro-ill. Fo-lingim, I leap up; III. 414, 25, where occurs foilngit, q.v., prps. a deriv. from this fo-lingim, as the subsequent gloss adds the verbal...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236783484
  • 9781236783486