? 2 faísmid

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Forms: foísmig

(adj. or subst. ?) ilardai a toisig cech threib, | niptar foismid for oensreith (of judges of Israel; = they were not of one permanent line of succession ?) SR 5322 . A deriv. of fáesam in its orig. sense `standing under, being stationary'? Perhaps we should read: foísmig (n p.).

faísmigid

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v acknowledges (?): dighailfir foseisiter fine .i. in ḟir ḟaoismighes in fine, H 3.18, p. 219a ( O'C. 390 - 391 ). Cf. 1 faísmid.

faisnéidid

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x see aisnéidid.

faisnéis

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x see aisnéis.

faistín

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n a parcel (?): beir úan in faistin ucut LL 279b16 ( SG 414.12 : `istam tolle a nobis fardellam' ii 450 ).

fáistine

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x see fáitsine.

fáistinech

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Forms: fáistineach, fáisdinigh

n o,m. (fáistine) one who prophesies or divines, a soothsayer: fáistineach ` wizard ' Deut. xviii 11 . Lev. xx 27 . pl. na fáisdinigh , Dan. iv 7 . ná héistighsi ... re bhur bhfáist- ineachaibh, Jerem. xxvii 9 .

fáistinid

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v (fáistine) prophesies: ré briathra bhur bhfágh ḟáistineas díbh, Jerem, xxvii 16 . an ní do ḟáisdin A. ... do ṡaorchloinn Bhriain TD 21.19 .

fáistinigid

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Forms: faistiniged

v g (fáistine) prophesies: pass. perf. corab é ... ro faistiniged i petarlaic, ro comailled i n-nuaḟiadnaise LB 225b2 .

fáitbiud

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Forms: fáitbe, fáibteadh

n u,m., fáitbe (vn. of fo-áitbi) cf. fáibteadh IGT, Verbs § 82 . Smiling; a smile: faitbiud cen gen cen gári (rule for monks), Ériu iii 96.8 (fatbi v.l.). nach beoil blaiset ni thic faitbiud na gen gairi forra ii 112.29 . Laughing, laughter and in bad sense laughing at, deriding (with gen. or imm) = faitbe no faitbeadh .i. gáire, O'Cl. mebais a ḟáitbiud gáire for Fergus CRR 18 . fáitbe cach maith (off- spring of the vice of avarice), Ériu vii 152.27 . faitphed bráithre (sic leg.), Lism.L. 4538 . ac faithfed [faitfed v.l.] ┐ ac fochuidmed immi, TTebe 2514 . g s. cai faitbiuda do chach, Corm. Y 1184 . lín faitfe (faitfiuda v.l.) `mocking host' O'Dav. 698 .

See fáibtige

faitche

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n (faitech) caution, heedfulness: faitchi frisin cumacht- ach awe of the mighly one (i.e. God) Arch. iii 315.2 = faitech LB 262a15 . ? is faitciu laissom a nemfairitiu he deems it more prudent not to accept Mon. Tall. § 35 . is faithciu [sic] don oes graid ... a coisecrad iarum persons in orders ... must take care to cross themselves thereafter LB 11a40 ( Rule of T. 76 § 47 ). Cf. also: a fate .i. a fatcc[h]ess uime fein, Corm.Y 904 .