1 fás

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adj o-ā (faás Wb 13b7 , 25a17 ) empty, void, (of places) vacant, deserted, uninhabited, waste:

(a) in lit. sense: tegdis f.¤ (gl. domus vacuans) Tur 14. lestar f.¤ an empty vessel Thes. ii 294.28 . don ádnocul ḟ.¤ the empty tomb PH 3411 . a n-adnocuil ... ité eroslacthi fása 3754 . it fássa a ndúine, Fél. Prol. 68 . do ḟácaib sáer na háircci inadh tarrnge f.¤ innti left a place for a nail empty Ériu v 49.3 . bid fas tír Temrach Hy ii 20 . ba f.¤ hEriu iar Partholon uninhabited MacCarthy 144.18 = LL 127a12 . cóic bliadna do Mide maith | f.¤ cen tige, cen degflaith, Arch. Hib. ii 85 § 45 < LL 185a47 . is fáss ó comarbaib féin hí empty of its own inheritors BColm. 78.14 . ceall bis fas, Laws v 118.9 (ex- plained: ní fás cin daīne sin, acht f.¤ cin dliged n-ecalsa 120x . o rochualamair-ni scuru na nGrec do beth fass, Aen. 428 . dochuamar-ni d'fegad na scor fas 429 . grech na cno faisi of the blind nut Laws iv 36.17 Comm. o rotenc C. na longphorta folmha ┐ na tulcha fássa tar éis in tṡlóigh, CCath. 2393 . conselgat cricha ... comtar fassa, Rawl. 155b40 . Subst.: doberur dire cach fais of every unoccupied dwelling Laws v 168.14 . i fasaib a taeb (i.e. the side between ribs and pelvis; the waist) CCath. 5756 . Barren, sterile: meass fass YBL 174a9 = SG 80.8 . arbanna finna fasa, Ann. Conn. 1328.3 . secht punnanna fasa LB 115b41 ( Gen. xli 6 ). is gat fás flaith cen giallu LL 146b36 ( PRIA 1893-6, 544 ). gairm fri fas `a cry to the waste' (i.e. futile lamentation): gair na pecthach oc nemeli frisin Coimdid ro craidset, ┐ bid gairm fri fas doib, Ériu ii 138 § 134 (= gair [?] cen airchisecht YBL 86a36 ). cf. gairm fri fasguth, Aisl. MC 125.20 .

(b) transf. and fig. empty, vain, futile: as f.¤ (gl. quando vanum et inane est) Ml 78b23 . ni f.¤ a saithar dogniusa Wb 11a11 . duús in faás far saíthar (gl. inanis fiat labor) 25a17 . is fass dúnni a pridchimme (gl. inanis est prae- dicatio nostra) 13b14 . in n-atberisiu bid dál fás LL 278a28 (= rád f.¤ Ériu i 68 ). clú fás empty fame CCath. 354 . formolta fása ... na filed MR 190.5 . naidm fas cen foladh invalid O'C. 1067 < H 3.18 p. 440b .

Here, perhaps: fas faigdhe .i. fer ro creca ... a selb ┐ na techta fo tuaith co leir na cleithe ... ┐ nitat diles dodcois fri galar no frepaid; ┐ is fas dno, cia foighe, mana gata no mana creca a enech ... Is fas do dno, a faithce fria galar ┐ a repaidh mana tabra nech ní dó ar Dia. Is fas dno, a saire, ┐ a dire ┐ a eneclann, Laws iv 352.11 (see foigde).

Compds.: With subst. either in lit. sense empty, vacant or fig. futile, vain, also feigned, false. ¤bedcarnach: fais- bedgarnach na mbronnann dar eis a n-inne `empty starting of the bellies' (of reflex movements in corpses) CCath. 5936 . ¤bolg an empty bag: mar chertli i fásbulg TBC 4386 . Acall. 3160 n . ¤buden phantom host (?): na fásbuidhne doilbthi draidhechta, Comp. Con C. 93x . ¤chocnam empty chewing, i.e. pretending to eat: ag fascocnom, Aisl. MC 116.26 . occ fáschognamh a mbeol BNnÉ 89.15 . ¤choí futile or false lamentation: oc fáschúi ┐ oc fásguba as chind Con Culaind TBC 5723 - 6044 . ¤chretem a vain, false belief: d'fháischreideamh Cailbhín, TSh. 6109 . ¤eclais a deserted church: ar chúl iladh ḟáisegailsi IGT, Decl. ex 232 . ¤fua- bairt a false (i.e. feigned) attack: lucht na fásfuabarta `the decoying party' lit. those of the false attack (of an ambuscade) FM vi 1980.1 . ¤garrda an uncultivated garden or plot: i ḟásgarrdaib for imlib sráited LB 155a8 . ¤guba futile or false lamenting: fasghuba .i. fás acáoineadh no fáscháoineadh, O'Cl. (see ¤choí). ¤scethrach dry retching: fais[s]geathrach, 23 P 10³, 28b16 . ¤tech an empty (ruined, deserted) house: co ndeachaidh a faisteach folamh, Buile Ṡ. 36 y . co fuair C. a fastig he, Deathtales 36.11 . i fastigh, Corm. Y 1018 (p. 88) = i ḟaistig LB. pl. fáistighe ceall derelict churches TD 1.54 . gurab hi fástigibh bes a trebh co brath, Moling 74 . ¤tempall an empty church: isin fas- tempull sin D iv 2, 67 [57]rb7 .

2 fás

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Forms: fás, ás, (f)áis, (f)ása

n o,m. (O.Ir. ás) growing, growth: fás ás (g s. (f)áis, (f)ása) IGT, Decl. § 38 . líne ... ag ás, ex. 996 . gurab í [an ghrian] is adhbhar do ḟás gacha neithe that [the sun] is the cause of the growth of everything Corp. Astron. 78.5 . is f.¤ atá ar an druing = multiplicati sunt qui ... TSh. 4162 . le f.¤ a n-innmhe with increase of their wealth 8350 . a préimh ... do-bhéaradh f.¤ dóibh from the root that would cause them to grow 9452 . tig f.¤ ar fhoirbhtheacht ... na ndaoine 4839 . teacht amach an dara fáis shooting up of the latter growth Amos vii 1 . go fás Earcoil till Hercules come to manhood TD 13.35 . Fig. ar bhfás a bhfaladh when their resentment had grown TD 3.27 . ? fas loin .i. don ces tona `the rump-steak ' Laws ii 232.10 Comm.

See ás.

1 fásach

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Forms: fassag, fásaige, fasaigib, fasaig, fássach, fasaigib

n o,s,n. (?) n s. fassag (mbreth), O'Mulc. 495 . n p. fásaige, see below. A legal precedent, a decision which has passed into a maxim; a proverbial saying: fāsach (no fāisech) ... .i. dobir in brethem cosmailius don chaingin ima fuiglither ... ┐ adfet iarom in [m]brith ronucsat brethemnai gaotha fuirre, Corm. Y 611 . canaid in breithem fassach fir-aicnid ┐ roscadh filed 1224 s.v. tuirigin. fassag ebraice transgressio .i. robuth ann riamh ce dorearacht, unde dicitur: fassag mbreth .i. quod dixerunt qui de hoc mundo transierunt (i.e. a saying of the ancients) O'Mulc. 495 (cf. Corm. Y 433 ). ní huasligethar nach mbrethemuin mani fassach fírinne fiastar ZCP xi 93.6 . cisne tri leaca ... nād fuaslaici dliged nā fuigeall nā fāsach, Laws v 450.2 . cf. rae tae torae nís fóirithe fola na fásach, Ériu xiii 29.28 . ar us seanfasac la feine, Laws iv 154.21 (with gl.: ar is sen- cinded 156.4 . O'Dav. 906 ). a breith gin fasach `without a precedent' Laws v 352.4 . i sreathaibh roscaigh ┐ fasaigh ┐ airche- tail precedent (ancient ruling) Auraic. 337 . is cían o as fásach ni gebthar cath cen ríg LU 1514 ( MU² 1012 ). in gaedhealg fasaig (.i. i fis ogae) BB 300b3 . d du. ar in de fasaigib no dareithet: ni fognai lam laim, ni daim enecland anadh `from the two maxims which give relief' Laws i 228.16 . pl. it fasaig ┐ roscaid berthe [leg. berte] brethe (= judgments are decided by precedents and maxims) ZCP xi 89.23 . fasaige na filed precedents, maxims (one of the kinds of `bérla tobaide') Auraic. 1303 . fasoighe (fasaid v.l.) 4620 . asberad araili comad e in berla Feini fasaigi na filed ┐ co nach berla fo leith etir 1337 . dogniat ina firta condat fasaige, Anecd. v 25.14 . g p. lín fássach `a number of pre- cedents' Triads 178 . d p. brithem fri brithemnas ar roscadaib ┐ fasaigib LU 9790 = Trip. 566.4 . ní fuigledar nach fuigled nad bí co fássaigib fírinne fossaigedar a breith unless he support his judgment by just precedents ZCP xi 82.2 = manip co fasaigib firinne fo gabthar 89.23 .

2 fásach

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Forms: fasaig, fásaig, fasaig, fássaigi, fhásaighed, fásaigib

n o,s,n. (1 fás) d s. fasaig LL 264b9 ( MU² 336 ) but g s. regularly fásaig.

I An uninhabited spot or region, a waste, wilderness: Femen indiu cid fásach (: násad), Met. Dinds. iii 200.1 . is aróen imthéigmís ... cach fid ┐ cach f.¤ TBC 3531 . slicht sinnaig ... i fasaig LL 264b9 ( MU² 336 ). dobeiread cella in tíre uli i ḟásach LB 276b18 = SG 64.5 . an tír uile etir ḟasach ┐ áitiucchadh both waste and inhabited land FM v 1562.6 . go fassach na hEigipte, Fl. Earls 228.12 . ┐ in tír na fásuch LL 160a39 (= Dinds. 155 "where the land was a desert"). g s. ic cuairt in fasaig , CCath. 2907 . i n-imchian an fhásaigh, TSh. 639 . As attrib.: disiurt ... .i. locc fássaig .i. roboth and ríam cia rodēracht nunc , Corm. Y 433 (cf. O'Mulc. 495 ). corca fasaig wild oats IT iii 105 § 210 = Bruchst. § 164 . a ssencaislén fásaigh desolate Maund. 33 . Cf. gach baile fassaigh gach fiodh `townland of forest' Duan. Ḟ. i 59.22 . fá ḟoraoisibh fásaigh, Keat. ii 6098 . pl. foithri, fássaigi , Acall. 2500 . do rinnedur fasaigi doimne doeoluís da tirthaibh ZCP vi 294.31 . a fásaighe, a fiadhamla, O'Gr. Cat. 459.5 . g p. ar mét a foith- redh ┐ a fhásaighed BNnÉ 266.24 . d p. i fedaib ┐ fásaigib TBC 554 . a fassaigib, Arch. iii 224.18 . fá fhásaighibh fiadhamhla an pheacaidh, TSh. 7456 .

II adj o-ā waste, uninhabited: aran oilén ḟásach, Ériu v 198.626 .

3 fásach

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Forms: ḟásaigh

n (2 fás) abundance, fertility , g s. as adj.: san mhúr ... ḟéaruaine ḟásaigh `fertile enclosure' TD 11.23 .

fásaid

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x see ásaid.

-fásaig

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Forms: fásaig, fasagar, fo-sagar

v announces (see Thurn. Gr. 472 ): ipv. s. 2 fásaig firinni ZCP xi 80.13 (see xiii 299 ). atráe ... co Feradach ... fasaig (fasaich v.l.) dō tulcha mo briathar xi 96.2 . fasaich uaim a deich ib. 97.2 . fasaig seo let co hUlto bear this message to the Ultonians Ériu i 116.27 . Pass. pres. (?) firen ... a fasagar `what is recorded' O'Dav. 198 . Cf. fascfásc, fasc. and see fo-sagar perf.

fásaigid

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Forms: nufasiged, fassaigestar, rofásiged, rofasaigthea, fásaigid

v g (1 fás)

(a) empties, makes void: past subj. nufasiged (gl. exhaurire) Bcr 34d1 . ro fassaigestar (gl. exhausit) Ml 118b7 . pass. perf. sg. rofásiged (gl. evacuatur) Wb 15a33 . pl. rofasaigthea, Mon. Tall. § 73 . in ceasacht ... fásaigid na cuileada the niggardliness ... empties the cellars Ériu v 24.10 . ro fasaigthea ... clanda in talman co na fil nert ... indib have been blighted Mon. Tall. § 73 . Anecd. i 75 .

(b) despoils, lays waste: ro ḟodbaid ┐ roḟasaig in tempul PH 6530 . is tú do ḟásaigh Ifreann, A. Ó Dálaigh xlvii 10 . dar fasaiged Mide, Met. Dinds. iv 52.141 . ro fasaiged leis o Deirc co Forgus, Cog. 60.12 . co ro ḟasaigset [leg. ra-f.¤ ?] so that they despoiled [him] RC xxv 20.14 . fasaighter Aongus uma t[h]ir A. is stripped of his land Laws iv 266.5 . Fig. co ro fásaigi ires na nIúdaide that thou shouldst make void PH 1684 . Cf. (of a dragon:) fásaigther in baile uli di fá deoid PH 7221 .

1 fásaigthe

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adj (cf. -fásaig): scēl firén fiadhnach fasaigte ` pre- cedented ' (i.e. supported by tradition) CCath. 4501 .

2 fásaigthe

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Forms: fasigthe

(part. of fásaigid) made void, exhausted: fasigthe (gl. exhausta) Acr 7a3 .

fásamail

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adj i (2 fás) growing, having growth: aois ḟásamhail the growing age (from fourteen to twenty-five) Corp. Astron. 6.29 . neithe fásamhla things that grow 78.6 .