fálaide

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adj io-iā (< 1 fál ?) like a hedge or wall (?): fleochud fola fālaide (: lānaide) SR 8043 (`ein Regen von Blut so dicht wie ein Zaun' KM Wortk. 129 ).

falann

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Forms: falumh

n ā,f. IGT, Decl. § 12 . Cf. [a der]b sa ┐ himel f.¤ ar fearaibh IT iii 87 § 94 = falumh, which seems required, Zu ir. Hss. u. Lit. i 65 . Cf. foland.

falbach

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Forms: falbaigi

n (fálbach ? for second syll. cf. fótbach, murbach) a rampart, ridge: pl. failgis falbaigi móra do chollaib ... mórthimcoll in tṡlóig TBC² 1994 . TBC 2649 (do ní fál do chollaibh St). falbaighi colann saerclann fo cossaib con, CCath. 1044 . Hence fálbhach .i. fál abach (a wall of entrails) no fál corp; fálbhaighe .i. fál abaigheadh, O'Cl.

1 falc

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x see 1 failc.

2 falc ?

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ind fer f.¤ fa fala (of Fer Diad) ZCP x 304.15 .

3 falc

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x see folc.

falcaide

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adj see falchaidhe.

falcairecht

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n ā,f. (<Lat. falx ?) the act of reaping (?): anois táinig Domnall óg ar cend Giolla P. cum falcairachta `to go ply the reaping-hook' O'Gr. Cat. 128.31 (scribe's note, Eg. 88 ). Cf. falcaire `a sturdy bouncing fellow; a scoffer' P.O'C.

falchaidhe

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Forms: falchaí

adj ' peevish, testy, spiteful ' P.O'C. bheth f.¤ fann, Seán na Ráithíneach 62 . ar dheoraibh falchaí éithigh peevish perjured strangers Five political poems 3z . For further exx. see T. F. O'Rahilly, Gadelica i 200 .

falcus

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x see foilches.

fálda

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adj io-iā (cf. 1 and 2 fál): lasin flaith f.¤ (falga v.l.) fírda, Met. Dinds. i 34 (` well-guarded ' v 126 ).