1 foltach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. 1 foltach or dil.ie/23168

adj o-ā (folud) possessing qualifications in property or otherwise ; possessing property: in f.¤ fuithribe (.i. is i folaid bis aice, in tir bis fae .i. ferann aice ┐ nochan fuil crod), Laws iii 142.14 . fer aga mbi brug feoir .i. in f.¤ fuithribi, v 80.10 . Preceded by adj. in compositions : becfoltach having little wealth: IT i 140.27 = becaltach ib. 10 ( LU 10620 ). becḟoltach, ZCP v 503 . nad bi cainfoltach (.i. in ti ag na bi tochus taitnemach) ` well-qualified ' Laws v 112.7 . Cf. sofoltach ` affluent ' ii 278.25 .

See anfoltach, mí-ḟoltach s.v. mí-, or soḟoltach s.v. 2 so, su