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x see fortbe.

fairthe

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adj prepared, provided (?), hence As subst.

(a) that which is provided ; preparation, provision, entertainment: fairthe .i. fleadh, O'Cl. tarla ar a chinn f.¤ fled `festal pre- paration' Met. Dinds. iii 56.35 . a fled ... ba hed f.¤ a foruime `the entertainment his journey gained' 58.52 (: aithle). tairge[d] fri fóir fri f.¤ dóib cach aidche Samna it (i.e. corn and milk) was delivered up to them for (their) aid and enter- tainment (?) LL 7a25 . LG Érenn iii 174 ( ITS xxxix ) = tarced fri coir fairche BB 28b36 . fri foir a ffairthi, Leb. Gab. i 104 , with gl. : da bfoiridhin [sic MS) i bfaírthe [see below] dochum a fleidhe. Cf.? ticfa in donn ... furthe celg ZCP xiii 26.17 .

(b) i f.¤ in readiness (?) hence promptly, speedily: comrac dunn fria fairthe .i. co luath no co moch, O'C. 1296 (< H 3.18, 539 ). O'C. 1473 (< H 3.18, 653 ). f.¤ no a bfairthe .i. go luath, O'Cl. rob e do lecht hi fairthi (robé ... farthe LU) iar do neit soon after thy death wound ACC 2 Comm. (with gl. : .i. i traiti, Eg., immochai LU). faidis an D. Ealcmar n-uad for turus ... dogeine an D. tincheadla mora for E. ... cona tisad i fairthi .i. a muichi, Ériu xii 142.10 = co na tísadh a fairthi (.i. lúath) ZCP v 523.7 . iar n-orgain an Tuir i ffartha (with gl. : i n-ullmha no i ndendais fledhughadh) Leb. Gab. i 108.15 . Cf. otchonncatar na piana fairi doib PH 1121 .

See fuiride

fairthis

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Forms: failchis

n f. (a late form of airches, q.v.) a pit: gur thuit i bhfairthis nó i ndeirc dhomhain, TSh. 576 . i bhf.¤ nó i ndeirc dá mbiadh san árus 9844 . Also failchis : do thoch- ladar f.¤ dom ghabháilsi, Jerem. xviii 22 (infl. by failches = foilches ?).

? faisce

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Forms: fasce

ind fascud a faisce, on grinde, Corm. Y 623 : leg. fasce ` faggot ', Stokes, Corm. Tr. 77 . Seems intended for Lat. fascia or fascis, but cf. next.

faísce

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Forms: faíscthe, dergḟaesc

adj epithet of nuts : rotuitset ... cnai fáiscci don choll ` ripe nuts' BNnÉ 14x (frasa mora do chnoibh búidhe asa mogallaibh v.l.:cf. nuces maturissimas Vit. SS. Hib. i 69 ). croinn re cnúas faísce (: Baíscne), Arch. iii 310 § 8 = cuipne re cnúas faiscne (no ina cruind .i. in luch re cnúas faísce) ZCP xii 361.6 . bos chnáo fuisce 366.9 ( xvi 203 , PRIA xxxvi C 16, 309 ). Possibly inflected forms of an adj. faesc (foesc, faísc fuísc), cf. cnú foesc (: toesc), Arch. iii 308.2 . aésc (gl. concha) Leid. Pr. 16a ( Thes. ii 231 ). But the older form may be faíscthe, part. of faíscid shells, see faísced, below. Cf. further : miach di chnoib dergfuiscib (-ḟuiscuib, -fuiscthib, -fáisci v.l.) BDD 97 (` red-shelled ' Stokes, assuming n s. dergḟaesc). miach do chnoib derccḟuiscthi TBC 5548 St = derccuisce H. All exx. seem to represent the same word. Cf. in ḟaísge, in ḟaísgecht (abstr. nouns) IGT IV. §127.42 . gi-bé as faísgthi (faoisge v.l.) raib dar réir | as air is taísgi ar dtoibéim, ex. 1019 . Cf. faoisceóg a filbert P.O'C. Hog., Luibhleabhrán.

faísced

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Forms: faeisgeadh

n shelling, peeling (?) : faeisgeadh (vn.) IGT, Verbs § 71 . ceatha cáeilṡleag ó laech Luimnigh | ag fáeisgeadh cháer comraig, ex. 616 . Perhaps < fo-eisced, cf. -foisced TBC² 483 = eisged LU 4970 .

Cf. faísce.

fáiscid

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Forms: fasced

v (a) presses, squeezes: faiscis drecht dib il-lestar squeezed some (of the berries) into a vessel RC x 70.10 . no ḟaisced (ro faiscsiot v.l.) ib. z . scotha fína inna ḟlaith co fásctis i llestraib glaine LL 18b23 (= go bhfáiscthí i gcornaibh iad, Keat. ii 2039 , see Cóir Anm. 246 ). go ngairbhfaiscend iad feibh nó faisccfed neach caera fíni etir a glacoibh, Aisl. Tund. 109.10 . dorat a méra imon crecht co roḟaisc, Lat. Lives 98 . rogab cendmullach in gaill ┐ ro huisc a lurich dar a cend sair `pulled his coat of mail over his head' Cog. 196.6 = ro ḟaiscc 259z . Pass. co robligtís [na baí] ... ┐ ro fasced uadib a mboí ocaib di blegon was pressed, wrung from them (of cows) LL 169a30 ( Dinds. 46 ). beiridh ... air, ┐ faisgthear leis barróg ... ar a mheanmain, TSh. 2328 . an tan fháisg- thear linn barróg ar mhianbhruth na colna (= cum ... coarctamus) 10413 . ro faiscit tre bruth na gréine cor ṡilset 'na cethaibh (the clouds) were condensed CCath. 2336 . ar teacht a tháisg gu teagh dTáil | do ḟáisg fear láimh um fhear n-óir tightened his grip on a golden (chess-)man (i.e. in emotion), IGT, Decl. ex. 1741 (cf. Cath. M. Mucrime § 21 ). nā taghaill ben ... ┐ nā fāisc a lamh, Instructio 138.3 (non manum stringendo 24.17 ).

(b) Fig. ni faisce do not extort LU 3497 ( SC 25 ). Cf. Clann Conuill Gulban do ghabh | seal beag ar n-éag a n-athar | ar tteacht a tháisg fa thráth chóir | do ḟáisg ar chách a ccéadóir controlled everyone (?) = everyone was gripped (with emotion) (?) 3 C 12. 98 = Ir. Texts ii 8 .

Vn. fáscud, q.v.

1 fáiscre

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[n io,m. ] ` pressure', hence coercion, oppression: atchota fascre roḟascre coercion engenders tyranny LL 345b44 = adcoda faiscre rofaiscre, Anecd. iii 11 (faiscre roḟaiscre Zu Ir. Hss. u. Lit. 13 ). fáiscre .i. foiréigean, O'Cl. (quoting preceding).

Cf. fo-feiscren.

2 fáiscre

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Forms: faiscre, fascraib

n io,m. (prob. same word as 1 fáiscre) that which is compressed, hence f.¤ (grotha) pressed curd, cheese: faiscre .i. gruth, O'C. 1478 (< H 3.18, 654 ) . fáiscre .i. cáise no mulchán, O'Cl. faiscre (= Lat. galmarium), Auraic. 1083 . pl. in distrib. sense cheeses: trí fáscri grotha, Trip. 246.24 . ind [ḟ]ascri clochai the cheeses of stone 184.2 . rosén P. inna fascriu 182.23 = inna fascra (= caseos) Lat. Lives 54 . rosoe i clochu na faiscre grotha, Lism.L. 393 . marait fos na faiscre 492 (faiscri, Trip. lx 31 ). isna fascrib grotha, Trip. 182.22 = fascraib caseis Lat. Lives 54 . molt ┐ tanag ┐ tri faiscre grotha, Trip. lx 26 .

faiscsiu ?

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n trí airdi gáisse : ainmne, f.¤ (faicsi v.l.), fáthaige ` closeness (?)' Triads 192 (with gl. : faicse .i. meabair maith ib. p. 41 ). Cf. foicse.

fáise

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n ,f. (fás) emptiness, barrenness: a samuil ... fri cāith ara faisi ┐ a édtort[h]ige, Corm. Y 217 (ara fáise LB; cona fasi, Hy M.).