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).

? fáilgid

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Forms: fálgais

v failgis Bresal Brec, Rawl. 116c26 = Ält. Ir. Dichtg. i 17 § 10 (`streckte es nieder'; `für Altir. fálaig, ohne Objekt gebraucht', Meyer). failghis .i. buailis no do ghearr, O'Cl. failghis falbaigi móra do chollaib a bidbad morthimcoll int slóig ... fo thrí TBC² 1993 = TBC 2649 (doní fál do chollaibh St). Cf. madmand modairme [mo- duirne LL] maidhis for [fri LL] fein fomore falghais (: Cnāmh- rois) BB 28b26 = LL 7a16 . In the copy in Leb. Gab. i 102 fálgais is glossed as if it were a compd. of 3 fál. Cf. ... neim in cách isa gai | ┐ neim in caich rolá | neim in caich no ailcedai RC v 203 (`venom for him whom it laid low' Ériu i 189 . Possibly belonging to folcaid).

See fo-álgi.

fáilid, faílid

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Forms: faelid, fáelid, foelid, faoilidh, foilid, -ā-, failid, failti, fáilti, failti, failtiu, failti[u], failid

adj i The ái of the Glosses could stand for either form. The diphthong is common in Mid. Ir. and occurs in the St. Paul codex: faelid Thes. ii 293.25 . SR 5892 (: roemid). fáelid LU 8750 . foelid LB 5b53 . faoilidh (: -Ghaoidhil) TD 1.56 . foilid , Aisl. Tund. 1.2 . For the -ā- cf. lánḟalid Sg 42a7 . In Mid. Ir. verse: failid (: álid: rádhidh), Gorm. July 31 . fálid (: árim) LL 129 marg. inf. Glad, cheerful, joyful: failid (gl. laetabundam) Ml 71d3 . 75a5 . n p. osni failti (gl. laeti) 131b10 . ammi fáilti (gl. gaudentes) Wb 16a6 . As subst.: n p. inna failti (gl. laeta) Ml 118a9 . compar. failtiu (gl. laetiorem) 47b17 . failti[u] (gl. laetiore) 126b9 . failid ... saluus latine Corm. Y 627 . falith ... saluus .i. failith cech slán, O'Mulc. 487 . faeilidh gach slan BB 63b1 (= fáilid, Tec. Corm 13.16 ). fáoilidh .i. lúthghaireach, O'Cl. nírb áelid dóib it was not pleasant for them LU 4441 . In subjective sense, usually as pred. with copula: huare as failith in menmae isin matin Ml 21c3 . in tan mberes claind is failid iarsin 129c8 . is uilliu a somailse isind aimsir i mbi failid nech 86d11 . fáilti si ye are joyful Wb 24c13 . nírbu lánfalid Sg 42a7 . am faelid, Thes. ii 293.25 . bid faílid (v.l. faeilid) iar ríchtu, Fél. Aug. 4 . it fáilti iar coscur, Prol. 64 . an tíi conessa a pecthae ... bid failid side la Dia for nim ZCP iii 27.17 . bátar failte LU 8218 ( FB 16 ). batir faelti meisc fir Ulad LU 10585 ( CC 3 ). is ann tanic S. hos é fáilid PH 3789 . it failte na cossa inna roguth cen gluasacht LL 282a42 . failti na beoil fria blassacht ib. 45 (= Gael. Journ. iv 216 ). atá ní nad failid and .i. ar n-estecht ib. LL 45 . As complement of pred with do-gní: cid dotgni failid what makes thee glad? Anecd. i 8 y . sursan rig dorigni failid happy the king whom it made rejoice Cog. 32y = rí dia ndearna faoilidh FM 866 . With DE of cause: fálid din garg[g]ním, MacCarthy 212y ( LL 129 marg.). bat failid uile de sin RC xliii 24.19 . intí is láind ┐ is failid don fhailte spirutalta PH 5830 . ba faoiligh siomh dia rochtain i ttir ... FM vi 2292x . With IMM of cause: batar faoilidh [sic leg.] im rochtain E., Leb. Gab. i 10.30 . is f.¤ FRI, RÉ N- rejoices at; makes welcome: frimm anmain rop fáilid (faeilid v.l.) Samthann, Fél. Dec. 19 . ba failidh fri hoígedu bid guests welcome Ériu ii 172 . as fáilidh an senoir fribh BNnÉ 18.19 . ua foilid a feichemh riamh, Aisl. Tund. 93.13 . nirb ailig lucht an tiri rompo, Anecd. i 21 . ba faoilid a cumpánach roime, Aisl. Tund. 120.11 . faoilidh ród ... atáid fionnGhaoidhil TD 1.56 .

Less frequently as attrib.: for slog faelid Filistín SR 5892 . in choland fhailid = caro laeta PH 4946 . don ḟlaith ḟaoilidh ` kindly ' TD 31.4 . pleasing, welcome, agreeable ; is f.¤ LIMM: I am glad of, have pleasure in: ni bu fáelid leis a menma he was not happy in mind LU 8749 ( FB 56 ). ba fáilid lais fegad in choimded PH 1249 . robo fáilid re (la v.l.) cách a riachtain everyone was glad of his coming Ériu iv 128.13 . ba failid la Cormac in nisin RC xliii 24.12 . bidh failid rat naimdib sin PH 1203 .

Adv. co failid (gl. l[a]etus) Gild. Lor. 267 . co faelid PH 408 .

faílid

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Forms: failsius

v (cf. fáel `wolf'?): 3 s. pret. (with pron. suff.) failsius sochaide Setna Sithbacc, Rawl. 116c28 = Ält. Ir. Dichtg. i 17 § 11 (`laid it waste like a wolf' Meyer, see n. p. 22 ). Cf. also: failiss ier sin sectoib trichat toichmet (rhet.) RC xiii 11.22 .

Cf. 2 fáelad.

1 faill

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Forms: fall, faill, -i, fhaill, faille, fallaib

n (older fall) cf. falla for ethaib .i. cen trebad no cen a as cia trebthair, Rawl. 111b36 ( RC xxvi 46 ). f. n s. fall, O'Mulc. 456 . ZCP iii 25.21 . Ériu vii 138.16 . Cf. reimhrsi ... gan fall gan foilmhe, Ó Bruad. iii 214 . faill (g s., n p. -i) IGT, Decl. § 14 .

(a) neglect, neg- ligence: distinguished from ēislis, O'Mulc. 456 . ni epelai faill na esliss IT i 141.24 . fall fri Dia ZCP iii 25.21 . = fall for dia `neglect of God' Ériu vii 138.16 . v s. a fhaill ┐ a lesci áine ┐ ernaigthi! PH 8224 . gan bheith d'faill ar in dáil | acht a n-airm uile do ghabáil they had only [i.e. were just about] to (?) seize their weapons Duan. F. ii 346 . logh fir isa f.¤ fiacha (.i. ... a logh do fíachaibh in fir dorighne in faill) `by whose neglect the debts are incurred' Laws iv 248.27 . f.¤ coimeda neglect of guarding ii 4.30 Comm . robai a f.¤ gen a tacra `he neglected suing for it' iv 50.8 Comm . gan f.¤ tabaig [sic leg.] orra without neglect in levying BNnÉ 255.15 . idir smuaineadh, bhréithir, ghníomh ┐ f.¤ by thought, word, deed, and omission TSh. 800 . na peacaidh do-ní ré f.¤ sins of omission (opp. to peacaidh ghníomhacha) 4089 . g s. Marc ... ná dlig focal faille `who deserves no word of neglect' Fél., Ap. 25 . ní híctar othrus isin f.¤ `sick-main- tenance is not paid for the neglect' (= in a case of neglect) Laws iv 50.11 Comm. freastal faille `defective attention' Ó Bruad. ii 44 . do dhruim faille `through apathy' Content. xvi 125 . d p. a fallaib flatha `from the neglects of the chief' Laws ii 270y (see ZCP xiv 367 ). Of that which is neglected: is f.¤ cech n-aichnid what is familiar is overlooked LU 3916 ( SC 43 ). DOGNÍ F.¤ (with gen. or prep.) neglects: is e sin aenineadh a ndilsigeann aithgin o duine a f.¤ do denam, Laws iv 50.10 Comm. pian na manach ... dirinne breg ┐ f.¤ im Dia, Aisl. Tund. 104.28 . an tí do-ní faill, TSh. 1685 . dronga do-ní f.¤ san bhfaoisidin 9013 . DO-BEIR F.¤ (I N-, AR) id.: na hoighreadha ... do-bheir f.¤ i nguidhe, TSh. 4600 . go dtugadar ... f.¤ i n-a ghlanadh `neglected its purification' Keat. i 84x . ionnus ... nach tugdaois f.¤ ar guidhe ar do shon, TSh. 4982 . DO-BEIR I F.¤ neglects; fails: go dtug ... i bhf.¤ gan bheith dá ollmhughadh neglected to prepare himself TSh. 3838 . ni tardsat ... eissiomh i ffaill gan tocht fó a thoghairm FM vi 1926.11 . LÉCID I F. overlooks, passes over: cuit cáinte ... ni léicther i f.¤ LL 29b44 . tardsat miscais dia trebaire ┐ roslecset a f.¤ , Aen. 1763 . gach eglais rolécthi i f.¤ ┐ i n-éislis FM ii 1084.10 . frichnamh na tri mbliadan ... ro leic a f.¤ (of services due to the lord and left undone) Laws ii 196.27 Comm.

(b) a state of heedless- ness; being off one's guard, an unguarded condition: ar bhfaicsin na faille seeing the opportunity (the unguarded state) Ir. Monthly 1927, 358 . lá na faille the day of peril A. Ó Dálaigh vi 2 . indreth a chrīche an tan fuairset i foill ocus i n-ēislis when they found it unguarded ZCP xiv 230.16 . go bfuair f.¤ sa fforchoimétt baoi fair FM v 1576z . FO-GAIB F.¤ (with gen. or AR) finds at an unguarded moment, takes at a disadvantage: rugadh a nert, frioth a f.¤ `she is caught unwarded' O'Gr. Cat. 466.17 . ní hás dí dá bhfaghthaoi a faill if she be caught unguarded Studies 1931, 81 . a bhen fuair f.¤ ar in bfert `that hast found the tomb all lonely' (i.e. unguarded) O'Gr. Cat. 371.14 . crann ... ar a bhfríoth f.¤ , PBocht 7.30 . ní bhí friothaire ar nach ffaghthar f.¤ fa dheóidh which may not be taken unawares at last Hugh Roe² 6.32 (f. 3b) = FM vi 1896z . dá bhan-óigh ar nar fríoth f.¤ = (who were never caught tripping?) A. O'Dálaigh xxx 11 . AR F.¤ unguarded: eagal go bhfuighther ar f.¤ | dreagan ... ó gConaill, Ir. Monthly 1920, 593 . ni fuighthí lá an feart ar f.¤ never a day would the tomb be found unguarded 23 F 16, 24 . Cf. rotgabsad ar t'faillseo TBC² 2645 (perhaps for: rogab- satar t'faillsiu, but cf. TBC 3446 ). Hence

(c) a chance, opportunity, occasion (cf. báegal): is fursa dhúinn fáill ┐ am d'fhagháil agus [ar v.l.] ar dtoil fein do dheanamh ZCP iv 408.11 . is mur sin dogebum-ne f.¤ cum imtechta an oppor- tunity of escape vi 292.9 . nach roibhe f.¤ aca na neithi ... do bhreth leo they had no time to take MacAingil 64.17 . Cf. faire an fhir faille ` spy ' (one in wait for an opportunity) Ó Bruad. iii 22 . fortbhéim faille an unexpected blow ii 126 .