1 faithe

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Forms: faithi, faithe, fathi, faithi, faite, faithib

n pl. (?) the Fates (prob. formed from Lat. fata = Parcae or fr. a spurious fem. plural fatae): n a p. rocinnset na faithi , CCath. 3796 , 4067 . na faithe 4382 . 4573 . na fathi 3300 . g p. faithi 1011 . faite 4593 . d p. faithib 2441 .

2 faithe

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x see fathi.

faíthi

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Forms: faoithe, faíthe

Mid.Ir. verb. necess. of foaid: as faoithe dam let I have to sleep with thee RC xxviii 430 = as faíthe IGT, Verbs § 33 .

fáithimm

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Forms: fáithim, ḟáithim

n f. the hem or border of a garment: fáithim f. IGT, Decl. § 13 . tri hinair co n-ór-ḟáithim `with golden borders' (: Cairthaind = Cáirthinn, see IGT, Decl. § 11 ) BR 132.22 . ag líonadh sróill bláithṡing bhuig | d'fháithim óir, Ériu iv 63.4 . As vn. IGT, Verbs § 107 perf. 3 s. as cruaid do ḟáithim an eing, ex. 957 .

fáithliaig

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Forms: Fáthliaig, Fháthlega

n i,m. (fáith `seer' ? or fáth ZCP xxxi 48 ) a leech, physician (used chiefly in early heroic lit. where the physician is also to some extent a magician; `Wahrsager-Arzt' Thurn. Heldensage i 71 ): brithem ┐ fathliaig, Met. Dinds. iv 318 . go Fíngin fáthliaig TBC 4290 = faithl. TBC² 2776 . in Fáthliaig ` Wizard-doctor ' Aisl. MC 87.1 . g s. (dīsert) int Fháthlega 85.25 . luid ... ar cend ind ḟáthlega LL 329a27 (= táithleagha, Keat. ii 4570 ). luidh ... do iarair leigis ... do thig araile fathlegha D iv 2 53ra 11 .

faithne

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Forms: faithneadha, faithnidha

n f. a wart: P.O'C. pl. faithneadha 23 K 42, 38.15 . faithnidha = verrucae Ros. Angl. 172.16 ; 206.7 .

faithnemail

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adj i warty (?); lumpy (?): (Med.) of varieties of hernia: ata gne dibh gaethmar ... ┐ gne ḟeolmar ┐ ḟaith- nemail YBL 350b28 .

? faithnenn

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Forms: fuitnenn

n f. .i. on taitneamh .i. go bfaithneann .i. go ttaitneann, O'Cl. v Prob. a spurious 3 s. pr. from doaitni; cf. slegh ... co fuitnenn tar in sluagh TBC 5350 St = confaittnedar dar in s. LL.

fáithscél

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n m. (compd. of fáth ?) an allegorical tale, a parable: an fáith-sgéal atá ag Virgilius ar an madradh, TSh. 1030 .

faitigus

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x see faitches.

faitse, foitse

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n io, [n. ?.] (< fo-desse, Stokes, O'Dav. 841 )

(a) the right, south, south side or part: faitsi an desscert, Corm. Y 655 . faitse .i. an deisceart; clanna Neill in fhaitse .i. clanna N. an deisceirt, O'Cl. co sernar tech rig ? amuis ríg hi foitsiu `what is the arrangement of a king's house ? The bodyguard of the king are on the south' Laws iv 338.9 . cuslennaigh ... a n-airt[h]iur ḟoitsi `south-east' ib. 14 . gaibthiut co firu fochlae i faitse, Rawl. 132a16 = hi foidse, Ériu iii 137 - 74 (rhet.).

(b) the charioteer's seat on the right hand side of a chariot (oppd. to fochlae): batar sinde riadatar a fochlai fria faitsi .i. do suidhiu ind erred isin charput as nomen a fochlae; faitsi immorro ainm do suidhiu ind arad, Corm. Y 698 . O'Dav. 841 (s.v. fochlu). Hence

(c) a high- seat or seat in general (?): fochla didiu cach suidiu n-a[i]rechda; faitsi cach n-airide, Corm. Y 698 . (... faitsi gach n-airide nó gach imdae, O'Dav. 841 ). Cf. fochlae.