fannaigid

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v g (fann)

I Trans. weakens, subdues: is é ... faindeochas nert ... diabuil LB 138by (= Todd Lect. vi 69 ). indiu rofannaiged cumachta diabuil LB 135b30 = Todd Lect. vi 50 . Cu Chulainn ... nochar fannaigh fer whom no man ever subdued Fianaig. 422 .

II Intrans. grows weak: rof[h]ánn- aigsetar th'féthi thy sinews have relaxed Aisl. MC 93.12 .

Cf. secht fondaid ... foda sguirdais gach re (.i. fannaidit ae an fir acra, no calmais ae in fir atgairter), Laws v 306.10 Comm. (cf. fondaigid).

fannall

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Forms: fandoll, ḟandaill, fainnle, Fandall, Fandle, Fannall

n ā,f. A swallow: Sg 52b5 (gl. hirundo). fandoll TBC² 657 . Cf. fannall .i. fanal [ = fann-āl] quia infirmae alae eius. fannall didiu fannitech, O'Mulc. 490 . a s. mar ḟandaill TBC 1301 = aindli St. luathithir fri fanaill, Aisl. MC 63.9 . luathither fándli, Thr. Ir. Gl. 36 (Corm. s.v. prull). g s. co lúas faindle LU 6485 . i n-athlaime na fandle TBC 528 . n p. lingid fainnle fanna suas (sic leg.) RC v 202.3 . i n-ocht calaind apreil āin | tecait fainnli fria nglandāil Mart. Tall. 94 ( LL 356 marg. sup.). Cf. mar eirb nó mar fainle, Acall. 6057 n . As npr. m.: Fandall [mac Nechtan] TBC² 624 = Fandle TBC 1300 . Fannall, Dinds. 130 . Cf. ainnel.

fannraige

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n weaklings (?): foṡluaig ┐ fandraigi fer nErenn `debilitated' MR 234.13 . ni fodhbaighedh fannraghi 302.24 .

fanntais

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x see fantais.

fanntaise

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n (fann + taise ?) a swoon, faintness: i ffanntaisibh éca FM vi 1978y .

fannugud

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n u,m. (vn. of fannaigid) weakening, unmanning; growing weak: ba f.¤ fer a foircsiu LL 238a32 ( TTr. 1582 ). rogabsat a chossa crithnugud ┐ fannugud fóe LL 244ay (= TTr. 2053 ). can scainredh gan fannughadh, CCath. 5831 .

fantais

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Forms: fantaitsi

n f. (Lat. phantasia) a phantom, ghost: cetardam Ulcáin a fudomnaib ifernd .i. Fúath ┐ Fantais, Sod ┐ Impód a n-anmand LL 221b13 ( TTr. 319 ). nā ro crenam an fhírsoillsi ... in bethad suthain ar f.¤ toghaīthigh in bhethad frecnairc, Otia ii 99z . pl. doruimenatar bádis fir ṡíthe no fantaissi (= fantassiam estimaverunt), Lat. Lives. 25 = fantaitsi, Trip. 100.5 = fantaisi (.i. spírait), Arch. iii 20.28 . fantaisi na carat batar marba reimi sin, CCath. 4802 . ra ... grechaig ... na fantaisi foltscailte at the ... screaming of the phantoms with dishevelled hair 4357 . fanntaise folt- sgaoilte, TSh. 6680 . ina fánntaisib bánaib ┐ ina n-ímagib esuilidib (of starving people) LB 155a22 .

fantaisech

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Forms: fanntais- each

adj o-ā (fantais) phantom, spectral: teine fanntais- each , Eochairsgiath 112z .

fápo ?

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ind is amlaid robatar na da Lugaid sethnó in chatha ... ac f.¤ cach ḟir ar n-uair úadib `a-snatching' (?) RC xiii 456.28 < LL 291a21 ; perhaps corrupt). Vn. of a compd. of benaid ?

far

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prep.; poss.: see for.

farafie

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x see arafie.