falláine

Cite this: eDIL s.v. falláine or dil.ie/21261

x see folláine.

fallaing

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallaing or dil.ie/21262

Forms: fallaing, allaing, fhalluing, fallu- inne, fallaingeacha, falluin- geacha

n f. (<med. Lat. phalinga, -us `saga villosa'; see Vendryes, and Stokes, Ling. Val. of Ir. Ann. 73 ). fallaing allaing (g s. n p. ¤e) IGT, Decl. § 13 . A cloak, mantle: gl. falinga Ir. Gl. 37 . seanduine ... ┐ falluing uime, 1 Sam. xxviii 13 - 14 . th'ḟalluing go noige do ṡálaibh TD 38.13 . v s. a fhalluing donn, Ir. Review 1912, 378 . g s. luach fallu- inne , O'Bruad. i 132 . pl. fallaingeacha, Isa. iii 22 . falluin- geacha, O'Bruad. i 180 . Dim. fallainnín a little cloak O'Bruad. iii 226 .

fallaingech

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallaingech or dil.ie/21263

adj o-ā wearing a `fallaing', cloaked: gl. falingatus Ir. Gl. 599 .

fallainnín

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallainnín or dil.ie/21264

x see fallaing.

fallais ?

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallais ? or dil.ie/21265

ind (of Macha :) tuc cucci in finnael fallais | Cimbaeth ... (∴ commais, longais) LL 21a38 .

fallait ?

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallait ? or dil.ie/21266

ind fri f.¤ (fathad v.l.) ferg `with a crew of braves' Met. Dinds. iv 122 (seems to rime with charraic, but internal rime is not regular in this poem).

fallán

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallán or dil.ie/21267

x see follán.

fallás

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallás or dil.ie/21268

n (AN fallas, Risk 79 ) deceit, falsehood: as nár édir dhóibh ... bréug na fallás do dhéanamh ann, Geneal. Tracts I 11 ( Gad. i 273 ) = MS. Mat. 575 (from the Leabhar Geinealach of D. Mac Fir Bhisigh, O'C.'s transcr. p. 6 ). See plás.

fallásach

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallásach or dil.ie/21269

Forms: fallásach

adj o-ā (fallás) deceitful, fallacious: fallasach .i. earráideach, T. Ó Neachtain MS. Dict. fallásach fallax Plunket, Lat.-Irish Dict. aithrighe fhallsa fhollásach, TSh. 6902 . d'fháischreideamh fhollasach Cailbhín 6109 . See Gadelica i 273 .

fallsa

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallsa or dil.ie/21270

adj io-iā (Romance loan ?)

I False, deceiving: in duball fallsa the black treacherous cliff Arch. iii 237 § 23 . rád f.¤ , Ériu iv 114.1 . fios f.¤ (.i. brēccach), Leb. Gab. i 26.13 . ón ór ḟ.¤ IGT, Verbs ex. 190 . día f.¤ an idol Maund. 152 . nír fallsa mé ┐ dob fuath lium lucht na fall[s]achta, Fier. 37 . aithrighe fh.¤ feigned penitence TSh. 6901 . cumhdach fallsa feóil mo bhall 3313 (cit.). comhthrom f.¤ a false balance Prov. xi 1 . fáidhe f.¤ false prophets 2 Pet. ii l . beid comursain fealltach fuar f.¤ fa cēile ZCP x 50.24 (Laud 615). triar nárbh ḟ.¤ riamh dá rann never false to their side TD 36.15 . ó tá mo ghníomh f.¤ fuar `vain and ineffective' A. O'Dálaigh xliv 11 . do ēist mo Dia rim-sa ... mo glōr dō nīr ḟ.¤ ZCP xii 388.24 . an corp fallsa da bfoghnuim 383.28 . muna ccoisce ar ccorp falsai-ne 383.20 . ag fochuidmheadh go f.¤ fa na seanchadhaibh `deceitfully ridiculing the antiquaries' Keat. i p. 50.2 .

n II falseness: in ḟ.¤ IGT IV § 127.13 . reic óir ar ḟ.¤ ex. 1010 .

fallsacht

Cite this: eDIL s.v. fallsacht or dil.ie/21271

n ā, f. (fallsa)

(a) falseness, deceitfulness: in ḟ.¤ IGT IV § 127.13 . gan ḟ.¤ MR 298.20 . nirb inmain lim lucht na fallsachta, Fier. 37 v.l.

(b) falsifying, interpreting falsely (?) : beid na cléirigh mealltach ré f.¤ na litrech ZCP x 50.1 .

(c) slothfulness: cuiridh a nf.¤ [neach] a ccodladh throm, Prov. xix 15 .

Cf. next.