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.).

? faísemach

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adj o-ā (fáesam) that accords protection (?) : guidhim Martain ... reabhach | gona shluagh fhionn fhaoiseamhach ` protecting ' Dán Dé xxv 66 (but probably for faoismedhach = faísmedach).

fáisgeán

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n o,m. sheath (?) : ro chuir [an sgian] ina f.¤ , Oss. iii 100.24 .

fáisgethrach

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adj dry retching: 23 P 10³, 28b16 (med. text). See 1 fás and scethrach.

faision, faisionn

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n usage in dress; fashion : mo chreach-sa fasion (faisionn, v.l.) Chlāir Ēibhir!, Celtica iv 106 § 1 .

faísitech

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adj o-ā (faísitiu) As subst. one who confesses: immon- airchisfe in t-erlam dít acht co ropat faisitech LL 286b12 ( Ir. Texts i 35 ). A confessor (of the faith) : intí do ṡáer na huile fháeisidech ┐ ḟaidh ┐ easpoc, Ériu ii 146.7 . RC xxiv 384.13 .

faísitid

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Forms: faisid

v (faísitiu) confesses : imperat. 2 s. faisid do pheac- aidh, Instructio 205.11 . Cf. fuisidimsi ... co ndernsamm in umaloit LB 214a64 ( Aisl. MC 21 ).

See fo-sissedar and faísmid.

faísitiu

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Forms: foisitiu, foísitin, foísitin, foisitin, foísite, foisiten, foísitnib, faísite, fuí-, fáoiside, -en, fáoisidin, -nech, faísidi, faísidin, faoisidneach, faoisdineach, foísiten

n,f. vn. of fo-sissedar, as if from fo-sem-, on analogy of airitiu, aititiu, etc., Ped. ii 629 , Asc., cclix , Thurn. Hdb. § 728 (cf. fáesam). n s. ind foisitiu Wb 4d33 . Ml 62b1 . a s. foísitin Wb 4a6 . d s. foísitin Tur 58a . foisitin Wb 3c16 . foísite 3d24 . g s. foisiten Ml 23a6 . d p. foísitnib Sg 33a25 . Later faísite (foí- fuí-). fáoiside (g s. -en) IGT, Decl. § 143 . fáoisidin (g s. -nech) § 144 . faísidi, faísidin, Verbs § 83 . faoisidin, TSh. 1758 , etc. g s. faoisidneach, TSh. 1763 , etc. faoisdineach, O'Gr. Cat. 39.18 .

(a) confession (of belief), avowal, profession (of faith) : transl. Lat. confessio in Glosses. tre foísitin hirisse Wb 4a6 . tri foisitin t'anmae-siu, a dáe Ml 49d4 . foisitiu ata pecthaig 'the confession that they are sinners' 132a2 fóisitin [fóisin, foisitiu MSS.] oendatad `through confession of the oneness' Thes. ii 354 ( Hy vii 4 ). tecait i n-agid na n-ídal ... la foístin martrai PH 6517 .

(b) confession (of sins), common Mid. Ir. use, in later lit. nearly always of confession as a religious duty : foísiten (gl. confitendi) Ml 23a6 . foisitiu a pecthae 32b18 . atat ... dí ernail forsin fhúisitin .i. fuisitiu doníther do Dia ┐ fúisitiu doniter do dainib PH 6444 . co fhuisitiu a chinad 6455 . doróine C. a fáisittin fri Ciáran RC xxvi 370.5 . fóisitiu in mídénmai fia doínib, Laws iv 318z (CG). dorōine C. a faisiti do Dia ┐ do Ciaran, Arch. iii 225.20 . [lucht] doniad a faisitin ┐ doberat a coibsena ... dia sacartaibh, Anecd. iii 8.7 . in faisidin menicc ib. 8 . cor chaith corp Crist ┐ co nderna [a ḟ]aisiti, Cog. 196.19 . iar faisidi ┐ aithrigi quievit , Ann. Conn. 1333 § 3 . doghní-siomh a faoíside FM vi 2218 . ní ... níor smuain ... budh déanta ... d'ḟaoisidin never meditated anything which would need confession TD 17.60 . faisidin na pecadh nach dernad nech fein d'faisidi isin tsaegul-so `the confession of the sins which one did not confess in this life' RC xxviii 320 § 43 . faoisidin bhethadh a general confession (distinguished from f.¤ bhliadhna yearly confession ) MacAingil p. 150 , 151 . fer faiside damsa ┐ do Dhia hē one who has made confession to me and to God Arch. iii 225.28 = fer faisitte ┐ aithrighe damhsa ... hé RC xxvi 370.15 . oide faoisidne a father confessor MacAingil 2 § 2 . o. faisid- nech BCC § 249 . o. faoisidneach, TSh. 7449 . Cf. ba headh so ... ni dia chrábadh .i. fodail bidh, etc. ┐ beith fa breith ┐ fa faisidin ó sin amach this was part of his piety, to dis- tribute food, etc., and moreover, he was submissive to law and religious duty (?) ZCP xii 291.17 .

In: tig an geal ... | as-degh d'orlár ḟaoisidnech IGT, Decl. ex. 1945 the meaning confessional seems implied.

(c) as leg. term, acknowledging (an obligation, etc.): fuisitiu cach rath iar fis the acknowledgment of every fief Laws ii 216.19 ( ZCP xv 252 ). fuisite o fine acknowledgment on the part of the tribe ZCP xvi 212 . inti ... nad chele fuiseten an acknowledged vassal SM Facs. 7a9 . landire i cele fuiseten (.i. in daercheile) 8b14 . céle fuisidin .i. fosisithar celsini ar seotu, no fosesedar flaith hi celi ┐ amos do, Ir. Recht p. 26 ( O'C. 888 ). See Ir. Recht p. 19 , and cf. fáesam (d). fuisitin .i. íc, ut est, amail robúi Muire ┐ Ioiseb ag fuisidin in chisa, O'Dav. 1017 = O'C. 1397 (< H 3.18, 628 ). Cf. snadu[d] faisiten dia nditen `the protection of sanctuary' Laws v 290.19 . ráidh re cumairce ... `snaidhedh' `faoisidin,' `faosamh,' Met. Gl., D 55 .

Cf. fáesam.

(d) profession (of a calling or art, i.e. avowal of its prac- tice): hua ḟoisitnib inna ṅdáne frisgniat (gl. a professionibus) Sg 33a25 . Cf. aspert fri Coin Culaind nad bai foiside (.i. forus) forceutail Con Culaind co rissed Scathaig (= that C. would not be an acknowledged master or adept ?) ZCP iii 248 § 60 (Tochm. Emire) = foisitiu forcoitil RC xi 444.33 . Hence, perhaps, foisite .i. foistine, foras, no comhnaidhe, O'Cl.

faísitnigid

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Forms: faisit- nighther

v g (faísitiu) in Laws Comm. acknowledges, makes acknowledgment (?): pret. nocha cuimgech nech a astad ar in aite on meit is diailtir ma (= di-altrama ? cf. dialtrom ZCP xvii 54 § 46 ) in dalta ro foisitnighestur chuice, Laws ii 174.1 Comm. whom he committed to his (the fosterfather's) charge (?). Pass. (fuisitiu cach rath) .i. is fo is maith faisit- nighther cach rath 216.20 (.i. can rath do breith do micho- rach ZCP xvi 212 ). is iadsaidhe faesidnígthir ar trebaire (gl. issede domberat cuir bel a foessam) Laws iv 288.15 . acht íní [leg. ní i ?] faeisidnigter e .i. in ní gelltar doo (gl. acht ni i fuisedar cuir bel) 288.16 . ? (tir i fuissither) .i. fearand i fuisidnigthir ... int usce 208.15 . = i fuisnither ib. 17 (see fáesam).

faísitnigud

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n u,m. (vn. of faísitnigid) in Laws Comm. render- ing faísitiu and fáesam, acknowledging, adopting: (snadu faisiten ...) .i. ... faisitniugad do na fileduibh d'a nditen ar a comairce, Laws v 290.30 . (cin log faesma) .i. cen log ara faisitnighudh 458.4 . secht lá do ri gin faosam laime na belai ... .i. gin faoisnitniugh [sic] do ó béal, O'C. 2449 (< Eg. 88 fo. 36 ). iarna faoisitniugud for a comairce after openly avowing that he is under his protection O'Gr. Cat. 100.37 (= O'C. 2626 ).

faísmedach

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n o,m. (< fáesam, see Ped. ii 629 ) a confessor (of the faith): conid foismedach Iuil papa, Fél. 114.21 . pl. foismedaig SR 8239 . faismedaig (gl. professores) Gild. Lor. 55 ( LB 241b51 ). martirig ┐ foesmidaig, Rawl. 75b39 . i nhiresaib foísmedach (fáismedach, fuismedach v.l.) in faiths of confessors Hy vii 19 . ar commairgi ... na mmar- tirech na fedb is na foismidech LL 360 marg. sup. ( Mart. Tall. 110 ).