2 failc ?

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ind feidm fuillmech failc (: Airt), Anecd. i 38 § 108 .

failches

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x see foilches.

failchis

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x see fairthis.

faíle

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Forms: fáoile

n n,f. fáoile (= faílenn ?) IGT, Decl. § 145 . gadthur sreabh na Daoile dhí | an feadh do bhí fáoile faoi, ex. 1959 .

faílech

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Forms: faoillech, faoillidh, Faílech, Ḟaíligh

n o,m. the end of winter, the early part of February: faoillech and faoillidh `the old name of the Calends of February and of 15 days after; it is often taken for the entire month. It is a corruption of fuidhle i.e. the ... remains or relics of the year' P.O'C. Faílech (fáeilleach, fáoilleach v.l.) IGT, Decl. § 22 . is do doratad ... inna sméra sind fulliuch LU 9725 (leg. fúlliuch or fuíliuch ? But see fuidlech). g s. sméra in Ḟaíligh (: sgaílidh) IGT, Decl. ex. 804 . re headh an Ḟaíligh (ḟáoilligh v.l.), ex. 810 . a bhláth an ḟaoiligh (of Christ), A. O'Dálaigh xvi 2 . teasbach faoilligh `warmth of the early spring' TD 29.30 .

faílenn, foílenn

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Forms: faelinn, faílenn, fáoilenn, foilenn, foilan, foilem, failen, faílinn, Failend, Faílenn, Faílenn, Failind, f., Faoilend

n o,m. and ā,f. faelinn, Auraic. 5693 . faílenn f. IGT, Decl. § 12 . fáoilenn m. § 11 . A seagull: foilenn (gl. alcedo), Thes. ii 231.17 . Sg 93a1 . foilan (sic MS.) gl. fulica Thes. i 1.13 . foilem 2.32 (polien 1.11 ; 2.31 ). failen (gl. alcedo) ii 226.39 . larum. fulicam .i. foilenn ł gabiam ÉC xxii 210 § 8 . fichi ugh faílind BR 244.10 . indsi n-aibind co ndath failind, Anecd. i 63.8 . pl. freagrait faílinn má finn-all, Acall. 351 . na fáoilinn ag tochd a ttír | sáoilim nach mín corp an chúain IGT, Decl. ex. 477 . mon- gáir faoileann, Oss. iv 16.7 . As npr. m.: Failend, Dinds. 131 . Faílenn, Met. Dinds. iii 322 . gen. inis Faílenn ib. inis Failind, Dinds. 131 (Failend v.l.). m. Failind , Rawl. 155a24 . f.¤ : Faoilend, Mart. Don. Nov. 13 ; Mar. 3 (Faoil- eand).

faílennán

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Forms: faoileannán

n m. (dim. of faílenn): faoileannán IGT, Decl. § 35 .

faileóc

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Forms: faileog

n faileog `the hiccup ' P.O'C. Cf. a chaoch na bfhaileóg! (an abusive epithet) PCT 1018 .

1 failgech

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adj o-ā (1 fail) (a) having bracelets or rings; of hair ringleted, curled (this may be meaning usually intended even when hair is not specifically mentioned); compli- mentary epithet of chiefs, etc.: Find fial failgech, Acall. 500 . an t-iarrla ... fhailghech, Rel. Celt. ii 260.31 . don [ch]leith subuig saer-failghig BB 61b2 . folt cruinnḟailcch- each cas, Ériu iv 60.24 . ag fior ḟuilt chrunnḟailghigh chais, Ir. Monthly 1923, 639 .

2 ? failgech

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Forms: failgeach

adj o-ā poor, indigent: failgeach (gl. egenus), Ir. Gl. 631 . Perh. corrupt, cf. foigdech.

3 failgech

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adj of the Uí Failgi: mac Uí Chonchobhair Fhail- ghigh FM ii 922.1 . ón oirecht Fhailghech, Studies 1920, 417 . ón Fhailghech `by the man of Offaly' ib. (15th cent. poem).