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 ).

falernecda

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adj io-iā (<Lat. Falernicus) Falernian: deogha fīna F.¤ , CCath. 5202 .

? falguba

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ind (cf. guba `wailing'): f.¤ Ulad (name of a battle ?) ZCP xii 232.18 .

fálgud

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u,m. (vn. of fo-álgi) overthrowing, prostrating: is lour doib in sin dia f.¤ `that is enough to dismay them' Ml 94b3 . golaid Lia Fail fri f.¤ fairni Faireoin the overthrow of the people of F. Rawl. 115b22 ( Ält. Ir. Dicht. i 41.12 ). fálgud námat BDD 101c .

falguide

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x see fo-álgi and foilgithe.

1 fall

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x see faill.