fáetham

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n o,m. relief, recovery (after the crisis of a fever) : ó nach faghthar faothamh go fagháil bháis nó shláinte don othar, TSh. 7919 . i ló an fhaothaimh 1701 . aonluibh bhur bhfaothaimh níor fhás, Hackett xv 43 . Contamination of fáethugud and fáesam ? See Measgra D. p. 251.26 . Cf. fáethugud, and fáesam.

fáethugud

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n u,m. crisis, turning-point (in a fever or illness) : leabhrán do'n faothugud ┐ dona laeithibh faethaigthi (= libellus de crisi, de criticis diebus), O'Gr. Cat. 210.32 . ma tiucfa in faothugadh an .uii. la, Ros. Angl. 26y . da mbia an eslainti ... ar duine arrsaidh ┐ gan faothugad no folmugad ele do techt cuige fo cenn .xx. la 184.6 . gearr uainn am an fhaoithigh[th]e, Measgra D. 144 (see note ib. p. 251 ). faoithiughadh dēighenach spiritālta an anmo 'alleviation', Celtica i 187.840 . Cf. oíthigud, -id.

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fafall

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n filth (?) : itté anmanna na naoi ccoll .i. sall. fall. fubhal. ..., Ériu xiii 26.27 . fall ┐ f.¤ .i. salchar gach ní dib, O'Dav. 1446 .

fag

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n land, territory : tairrsce tar f.¤ n-eisearta, Laws iv 1267 . (with gl. : . i. tar fic .i. tir). fagh .i. ferann, O'Dav. 967 (quoting above) with gl. : .i. tar fich no tar tir ... Cf. in inbaid na faol faga (.i. in inbaid na fuilgend in foghnam faga in ferann), O'C. 2233 (< Eg. 88. 17a ).

faga

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x see foga.

fagairt

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n f. (vn. of fo-geir? Cf. foigred) tempering (metal) ; testing, hardening; seasoning (wood); fig: gurab éigean a bhfaghairt i bpurgadóir leis an mbráith-theine, TSh. 4003 . Cf. fobairt.

fagairthe

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(part. of fo-geir) burnished, polished: fig.: an liric ... fadhairthe, Studies 1923, 598 .

fagáltas

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n u,o, m. (fagbál) earnings, gain, profit: nir bhó hiomdha ... roba mó faghaltas ... inás who were more wealthy FM v 1692.22 . fúair fábháltus nár bheag don lucht céirde, Acts xix 24 (1681 = faghuil neith 1602 ).

fagbál

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Forms: fogháil, fagháil, foghbháil, faghbháil, fagbala, fogháil

n ā,f. (vn. of fo-gaib). Does not occur in the O. Ir. Glosses; n s. fogháil fagháil foghbháil faghbháil (also with- out initial f), IGT, Decl. § 148 . g s. fagbala LL 56b3 . d s. fogháil (: conáigh), IGT, Decl. ex. 173 .

(a) finding, getting; obtaining, both of voluntary and involuntary acquisition : testatar a eich airi, ní choímnacuir a fogbail could not find them Todd Lect. v 17 . ni latsu fo dóig lim-sa mo chrád d'ḟagbáil samlaid to meet with such ill-treatment TBC 929 . biad do fagbail ar conair, Laws i 2.4 Comm. is doiligh do neoch an fadbail ┐ ci doiligh dogabur the procuring is difficult v 222.8 Comm . go fagháil bháis nó shláinte don othar death or recovery TSh. 7920 . d'fhail eoluis ZCP vi 73.7 . fotha a fagbala ┐ a denma of its finding (i.e. invention) and composition (of a tale) TBC 298 . luach do thabhairt do chionn a faghála in return for obtaining her Keat. ii 4903 . doigh sheasmhach a faghala hope of obtaining it (eternal life) Parrth. Anma 119.17 = Luc. Fid. 71 . na foccail so d'faghbhail scriph[th]a ... annsan adhlacadh AU 740 . ní gan fochuin romarbus é, acht a faghail a ngliaidh ┐ a ngiustail ZCP vi 35.12 . níor chneasta do S. locht d'ḟagh- bháil ar an mbreitheamhnas to find fault with Keat. i p. 70 . Fig.: th'fhagháil as th'fheirg `to win Thee from Thy wrath' Dán Dé xvi 16 .

(b) in concrete sense, that which is obtained or gained: taitnid rind an ḟagháil each IGT, Decl. ex. 2058 . maille réd uile ḟagháil with all thy getting Prov. iv 7 . fuáir faghuil neith nar bheag don luchd céirde `brought no small gain' Acts xix 24 .

fagbálach

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adj o-ā (fagbál) successful, gainful: saermhac fogh- bhálach Fínghin [sic leg.] ` gifted ' Miscell. Celt. Soc. 380.20 .

fagde

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adj io-iā (analogous formation from Lat. fagus) made of beechwood; beechen: gl. faginus Sg 33b15 .