fuláirem, fuláram

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Forms: foláramh, ful-, fal-, forálamh, fur-, far-, ḟuláirmhe, -imh, fuláireamh, fol-, fal-, furáileamh, for-, far-, -imh, -imh, -eamh, f—

n ā, f. later also m. (cf. prec., and eráil) a by-form of furáilem, q.v.: foláramh (ful-, fal-) forálamh (fur- far-) IGT, Decl. § 37 ; cf. g s. bérla an ḟuláirmhe (-imh v.l.), III § 67 . fuláireamh (fol-, fal-) furáileamh (for-, far-) m. IGT Decl. § 101. or with : -imh f. § 150 . cf. III § 69 (which adds : a cael do .b. a lethan d'fer, i.e. those in -imh are fem., those in -eamh masc.) For each of these a corresponding form without f— is permitted.

(a) commanding, enjoining, with FOR of person : iarna fularamh ó Iosa fair Jesus having commanded it to him BNnÉ 104 § 10 . go riacht ... dia fholairemh fuirre dol, Fl. Earls 112.2 . Urging, pressing (on) : d'fuláiremh ┐ d'aslach síodha ... forra, Hugh Roe 122. 4 (f. 32b) go ffolairemh a serbissi ... for naomhthacht an pāpa, Fl. Earls 258.20 . ar f.¤ (with gen. pers.) at the command or instigation (of) : as ar ibh Eoin digh ... for folairemh an impire, Fl. Earls 196. 28 . ar ḟuileaream Ríg na ndúll (sic), Ó Héodhusa 250 .

(b) in gramm. the imperative mood: ní coir ainm iollraidh ... a ndíaigh oibrighthi no fuláirmhe achd a ccruth tochluighthe, IGT, Introd. § 78 .

See furáilem.